Ulrike Meinhof was Mind Controlled and Innocent
Friday, 04 November 2011 00:25
Listen to this short words to learn about the extremely strange story of Ulrike Meinhof's brain: The strange saga of Ulrike Meinhof’s brain.
In 1962, while she was pregnant with her twins, she suffered from extremely strong headache. It is easy to induce headache with pulsed microwave weapons without an implant. Ulrike Meinhof started in 1962 to be the key person in the left-wing German newspaper konkret. She was well known and powerful in Germany which could be a good reason to mind control her. A lot of important journalists are mind controlled.
The suspicion that Ulrike Meinhof got an implant in order to mind control her is overwhelming. The argument that the brain surgery caused the severe changes in her personality is nonsense, because they did not remove anything from her brain in 1962. There was no tumor. Rather, there was a blood vessel in her brain that had swollen. The brain damages which were found after her death do not correspond to the implications of a swollen blood vessel: injuries in the cortex and parts of the brain tissue show substantial scars. That are typical traces from brain implants and microwave beams! The remote controlling, the Mind Control, with a brain implant usually causes strange changes in the personality and character of a targeted individual (TI).
And why did they kept her brain secret during 30 years? Why are the brains from the other RAF members still missing? Why was the brain examined a second time by a psychiatrist, Bernhard Bogerts, in Magdeburg, Germany?
The final proof that Ulrike Meinhof was mind controlled is her own description of strange symptoms, which correspond very well with all the countless testimonies from other TI's all over the world. You can listen to some of them on White TV:
The feeling, one’s head explodes (the feeling, the top of the skull will simply split, burst open)—
the feeling, one’s spinal column presses into one’s brain
the feeling, one’s brain gradually shrivels up like, like dried fruit, for example—
the feeling, one is constantly, imperceptibly, flooded, one is remote-controlled—
the feeling, one’s associations are hacked away—
the feeling, one pisses the soul out of one’s body, like when one cannot hold water—
the feeling, the cell moves. One wakes up, opens one’s eyes: the cell moves; afternoon, if the sun shines in, it is suddenly still. One cannot get rid of the feeling of motion. One cannot tell whether one shivers from fever or from cold—
one cannot tell why one shivers—one freezes.
Ears buzzing. Waking up, one feels as if one has been beaten.
The feeling, one moves in slow motion.
The feeling, finding yourself in a vacuum, as if you’re encased in lead.
Afterwards: Shock. As if an iron plate had fallen on your head.
Comparisons, concepts that invade one’s mind:
The feeling of traveling through space packed into a barrel so that the acceleration causes your skin to flatten—
Kafka’s penal colony—The version with a bed of nails—
A non-stop rollercoaster ride.
The radio: it offers minimal stress reduction, like when one, for example, reduces one’s speed from 240 to 190.
Her death was no suicide but cold-blooded murder from the same secret services that performed the Mind Control on her.