Frida Halliday and her twin sister.

All victims of slavery deserve justice, including reparations for their suffering.

A new scholarly article by Thomas Craemer et al. in The Review of Black Political Economy (June 2020) discusses several methodologies for arriving at a figure for reparations for U.S. “slavery and discrimination.” The high-end figure is $16 quadrillion, leading the authors to conclude that the actual amount of reparations should be “determined by negotiations between the federal government and the descendant community.”

The U.S. Department of Justice explains human trafficking on their website. Human trafficking, of course, is also slavery. It is happening right now. So, the question becomes: How do we consider the reparations question when taking both past slavery and present slavery into account?

Frida Halliday, a post-abortive mother from rape-incest, has written about her experience as a human slave. From 1961 to 1968, she and her twin sister were imprisoned at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI), victims of the CIA’s MK-Ultra program.

She describes her experience:

My twin sister and I were experimented on at Stanford Research Institute in their program called MK-Ultra, conducting CIA-sponsored trauma-based mind control experiments.

 

80 major universities and institutions were involved in these experiments during the cold war. My sister and I were locked up at Stanford for six solid months of each year for the first seven years of our lives.

 

The purpose of the trauma and torture was to break our minds and see if they could induce disassociation and multiple personalities. Then their intent was to program each part to do things they wanted you to do, and we were sexually trafficked.

Frida recently met another victim of SRI. She says:

He was drugged and tortured at SRI from 1957 to 1969. He remembers Josef Mengele being there as well. My fellow survivor from SRI is Jewish. He told me the Germans who tortured him at SRI used racial slurs against him as well. He remembers everything.

This October 1992 report to the Attorney General of the United States, “In the Matter of Josef Mengele,” on Mengele’s whereabouts during and after the Holocaust, needs to be revisited and updated in light of this new evidence.

The report states:

Because of his highly visible and significant role in the Hitler regime’s homicidal reign of terror, Mengele effectively became a symbol of the Holocaust.

 

In particular, his name became synonymous with the evil of Auschwitz, the site on which more people were murdered than any other in recorded human history.

 

If indeed he were alive—as conventional wisdom had it—justice demanded that he be held legally accountable for his role in the Third Reich’s genocidal policies.

Another article, “Josef Mengele Part of CIA’s Trauma Brainwashing,” (2016) at Henry Makow’s website relays the following (from Ann Diamond):

At one point the CIA said it had over a million pages on him, including his diaries and autobiography, all classified. A fraction of these pages were released in 2004. So many people knew he had worked for the CIA, that the agency even had a disclaimer on its website denying this.

 

One of the forensic scientists (a Dr. Levine) who identified Mengele’s remains and DNA in Embu, Brazil, after he supposedly drowned there in 1979, also testified to the Warren Commission—i.e. he likely worked for the CIA. Witnesses at the time of Mengele’s death reported that the man in the coffin was not Mengele.

The article about Mengele on Henry Makow’s site includes a disturbing account by “Sara in Minnesota” who describes her personal experience:

As best I can ascertain, I was born in 1959, one of 5 identical girls. It appears I was not from one of the ancient bloodlines. We were a natural occurrence. Of my sisters, only one besides me has an unusual IQ.

 

My mother was given a false psychiatric diagnosis by the Mayo Clinic so that we could be confiscated and placed in separate homes. I was placed with a vile very exceedingly violent child pornographer, JMP.

 

Mengele et al tortured me many times in many locations I have heard mentioned by other MKULTRA survivors including several hospitals here in the US and on military bases. The tortures included but were not limited to rapes, disjointing, killing animals and other children in front of me or being forced to watch as adults were tortured, electric shock, injections with LSD and anectidine and many other substances, cattle prod up the vagina or rectum, witnessed murders, occult rituals, many bizarre sex acts.

“Sara” goes on to talk about trauma-based brainwashing and the MK-Ultra abuse she claims continues today. The punishment tactics for disobeying included beatings and being forced to watch the torture of her mother. She describes assassin/Project Artichoke programming including sleep deprivation.

Sexual abuse was continuous and sadistic. I was a “presidential model” and still am a Million Dollar Baby, one who is sold to the rich and famous, especially politicians to meet their emotional and sexual needs, while being amnesiac to all events involving these persons.

 

I was taken to the White House right before JFK was assassinated and offered to JFK sexually. He declined. It is my belief that he knew he was already in danger and that he intended to stop the Nazi Illuminati behind MK-Ultra.

These women, and far too many others, are most certainly victims of slavery. Trafficking in persons is modern-day slavery, as is any crime that involves compelling or coercing a person to provide labor or services, or to engage in commercial sex acts.

Shouldn’t they also receive reparations for their suffering?


By Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal. All opinions are the author’s own. Public domain.

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