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The Art of Sanctions is the title of a book by the American official Richard Nephew, just appointed by Biden to handle Iran.
The book is about how, on Obama's orders, he made the Iranians poor.
In 2007, according to Nephew, US espionage organizations had concluded that Iran no longer had a nuclear weapons project. Obama's main purpose was to suppress the country as a regional power in his area. The nuclear threat was important in order to get the EU powers and the Asian oil importers to sanctions.
Between 2012 and 2014, the value in dollars of Iran's GDP was reduced by 30 percent, through financial blockade and crushing of the country's currency. Nephew says that imports of luxury and consumer goods, which ordinary people now could not afford to buy, were allowed to increase the pressure on the Iranian government with greater inequality.
The book is intended as a handbook for "developing a strategy to accurately, methodically and effectively increase pain in the areas that are vulnerable and avoid those that are not". It is reminiscent of the CIA's torture manual from the Bush era.
By Marcus Ljunggren
MK-ULTRA was an illegal top-secret CIA project run from 1953 to 1973. The agency conducted experiments on "volunteers" and unintentional subjects, in a grotesque attempt to master and turn people into weapons through "mind control". MK-ULTRA was one of the most despicable and unethical projects carried out by the US government during the 20th century. Amid the established and growing fear of the supposed brainwashing possibilities of the Soviet Union (and other communist countries), the newly appointed CIA chief Allen Dulles approved a secret program for mastermind control techniques.
MK-Ultra's "mind control" experiments generally centered on behavior modification via electroshock therapy, hypnosis, polygraphs, radiation, and a variety of drugs, toxins, and chemicals. These experiments relied on a number of test subjects: some as volunteers, others by force, and others who had absolutely no idea that they were involved in a comprehensive research program for US defense. From mentally handicapped boys at a state school, to American soldiers, to "sexual psychopaths" at a state hospital, MK-Ultra's programs often exploited the most vulnerable members of society. The CIA considered prisoners to be particularly good, as they were willing to give consent in exchange for shortened prison sentences.
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