By Dr. Artour Rakhimov, Alternative Health Educator and Author
Mind control involves clandestine techniques that can deceive and make a person do things that he or she would not normally do. For example, the brainwashed can murder other people, even family members, and then immediately commit suicide.
GULAG (abbreviation in Russian, Glavnoe Upravlenie Ispravitel-no-trudovykh Lagerei or Chief Directorate of Prison Camps in the former USSR) – a system of labor camps run by Soviet KGB agents in the 1930′-60’s, the largest world’s laboratory for mind control experiments with over 10,000,000 “guinea pigs” sacrificed.
KGB (abbreviation in Russian, Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti or Committee for State Security in the former USSR) – a secret service or state security intelligence agency of the Soviet Union. (Now it is called FSB or Federalnaya Sluzshba Bezopasnosti, but they are generally the same people in local areas.)
As you read the following, be aware that the author, Dr. Artour Rakhimov, in 1994, witnessed numerous crimes, deaths, and cases of brainwashing with total mind control in a cult organized by KGB-related people. This cult included his family member and many people whom he knew for years. Also, in 1994, he reported crimes and murders committed by KGB-related people to Russian and Western authorities, moved to Canada, and later became the target of these KGB agents (only a minor part of KGB).
What was so unique and unusual about conditions in which KGB Gulag leaders (the Soviet secret agency had many names during its history: KGB, NKVD, GPU, etc.) were naturally selected? Why could Siberian secret agents be different from secret agents in the USA, China, or any other country?
It was the job of the Gulag’s leaders to organize the work of human slaughter factories where millions were tortured, murdered and disposed of. (Historians provide different numbers ranging from 10 to 20 million.) Obviously, most people would shrink from this dirty job, but “careful” selection of human personnel (for this “very sensitive” jobs) naturally produced results which are easy to predict.
Spiritual history of Soviet GULAG KGB Agents
In 1918 Soviet leader Lenin, with one of his first decrees, ordered to execute the royal Romanov’s family. This act became the channel factor or the signal for new Soviet leaders. In other words, the hunt for “suspicious” people or mass paranoia in relation to “enemies of the state” and their family members and relatives became one of the features of the new regime.
Milgram’s studies on human obedience proved that it is relatively easy to make ordinary people accomplices in killing totally innocent others. However, when there are many such accomplices produced, these mass murderers start to organize themselves. Which human qualities would propel certain people to leadership or who is going to rule such a “fascinating” community who walk up to their knees in human blood?
Again, the history of the Soviet leadership gives us a simple answer. Soviet Communist Party had about the same situational factors: those who kill more would kill or rule others. Since Stalin was the “brightest” bank robber and murderer for over a decade before 1917, he naturally seized all control in the party. (Obviously, the word “communism” has nothing to do with Soviet history since ideas about equality and brotherhood were only on paper, while many people have been conditioned to equate the Soviet regime with communism.)
Thus, it is easy to imagine what was going on among the groups of mass murders in cities and labor Gulag camps of Soviet Siberia in the 1920-50s. The situation required spiritual leaders, cheerful and uninhibited ones, those who were to organize and spiritually encourage the work of the slaughter factories (torture and disposal of human bodies).
Clearly, should the same situation happen in any other country or place (systematic slaughter of millions), similar people would pop up to take key jobs. For example, should Gulag took place in the USA, or Germany, or the UK, or any other country (African, Asian, European, etc.) it would be totally the same situation with totally the same effects on other people and countries. (Hence, it is naive to think that it was there because it was “Russian” since laws of natural selection and psychology are based on the situational and environmental factors, not on our fantasies or labels attached.)
As about more recent times, very few people in Russia are interested in dealing with the causes and effects of Gulag or in any practical activities in relation to Gulag leaders. There is no a single national museum (!) in Russia devoted to the murder of millions just a few decades ago. Here are Mr. Putin’s own words (Agence France Presse, Jan. 16, 2002) which explain Russia’s refusal to face up to its sanguinary past: “We don’t want and we will not equate Nazi crimes with Stalinist repression.”
I completely agree with Mr. Putin. Indeed, it would be wrong to tell that Nazi crimes and Stalinist repressions are close or similar to each other. Nazis did not murder so many own people, neither in absolute no in relative numbers. Hence, Putin’s words reflect his attitude toward the value of the life of the Soviet or Russian person. Obviously, Germans, after transforming most of the Nazi camps into national museums, expressed more respect to other nations, than the respect of modern Russian leaders to their own people.
Russian people, officials including, are very reluctant to discuss anything that relates to their past and current situation with Siberian Gulag leaders and they are still there, in Siberia. One may easily calculate the current age of Gulag murderers. Since last large-scale murders took place in the 1950’s many Gulag leaders are in their 80’s still thriving in Siberia teaching their children and their grandchildren how to organize modern activities which have been dramatically changed and how to rule modern Siberian branch of secret services. Instead of running slaughter factories, they switched to “slow” and “accidental” killings and “kind of natural” deaths, arsons, explosions, and organizing wars worldwide.
Modern activities of Russian GULAG KGB agents
The examples of brainwashing crimes are provided on separate pages since they include important details. These crimes include 4 suicide-murders in 2006 in Fairfax county (due to the very rare event: an exhibition about Soviet GULAG labor camps), Virginia, USA; Port Arthur massacre in Tasmania (Australia) in 1996; massacres of the Royal family in Nepal and in the Armenian Parliament. These events were organized with the use of the fast seduction-based brainwashing technique. The process of brainwashing requires only a few hours and then the slaves can execute any order from their master, including the murder of relatives and themselves.