Harvey Kurtzman wrote and edited MAD from 1952 until 1956, when it focused on horror, murder, and rape–“humor in the jugular vein.”
During this time, MAD was one of many titles produced by EC Comics. The company had started out as Educational Comics doing Picture Stories from the Bible; but, after CIA murdered Maxwell Gaines, the enterprise went to William Gaines, who founded MAD with Harvey Kurtzman.
CIA was founded less than a month before Gaines’s death, and it used comics to promote perversion.
A congressional inquiry led the industry to regulate itself, so only one title remained in the EC Comics line: MAD.
Under Gaines’s leadership, MAD would continue to promote perversion. You can read more of that story below.
But it wasn’t enough for Harvey Kurtzman, whose own mother had placed him temporarily in an orphanage.
Kurtzman went on to do adult comics like The Jungle Book. There a private detective betrays his client, teaming up with a thug to blackmail her. Their victim’s name, Lolita Nabokov, suggests an underage girl.
Kurtzman had worked for MAD for four years, but he would work for Playboy for twenty-six.
Playboy featured Kurtzman’s new comic, Little Annie Fanny, in 107 episodes from October 1962 to September 1988. Like her counterpart Sugardaddy Bigbucks, named after Daddy Warbucks, the title character was named after Little Orphan Annie.
You know? The little girl who lives in an orphan’s home, until an unmarried war profiteer, Daddy Warbucks, takes her to live with him. Her parents try to get her back, but the older single man will not let go of the young redhead….
That’s Little Annie Fanny below. Doesn’t she look hypnotized? Or drugged?
That’s no wonder because CIA programmers use hypnosis and drugs, along with sexual abuse and electroshock, to brainwash people.
Cisco Wheeler, the daughter of General Earle Wheeler, Head of Joint Chiefs of Staff, describes their methods, as do former programmers like Svali.
Other survivors like Cathy O’Brien, Susan Ford, and Fiona Barnett have likewise blown the whistle on CIA’s mind control program, PROJECT MONARCH, under which millions are abused.
Through cartel signaling, these degenerates love to advertise their abuse of human beings, while they lead male victims to fantasize, unwittingly, about the abuse their loved ones endure. Meanwhile they watch us the whole time….
Since CIA uses hypnotism on its victims, it’s no surprise that hypnotism features in Little Annie Fanny, which appeared in every issue of Playboy for twenty-six years.
It’s also no surprise that drugs feature in Little Annie Fanny. Hugh Hefner often drugged his victims, before raping them, while CIA uses drugs to erase our memory and weaken our will.
In the same panel, Kurtzman makes an allusion to Philip Roth’s book, Portnoy’s Complaint, in which he mocks the reader. We see a man lost in fantasy about a fantasy partner, while he is late for a date with a real woman. That’s what the scum want. They want you to get lost in pornography at the cost of real relationships.
The perverts at CIA want us to fantasize about rape and to commit the crime.
I know because CIA did this stuff to me at a programming center in Union, New Jersey, from 1976 to 1978, where I was fed drugs, hypnotic suggestions, and pornography but had no memory of the sessions for many years.
Wonder Woman was created by William Moulton Marston, a psychologist who had strange ideas about bondage and submission, and she was popularized by an avowed CIA Agent, Gloria Steinem; so it’s no surprise she showed up–not only in my programming but also in Little Annie Fanny.
Earlier in his career, while he served as a propagandist for the army, Kurtzman drew a different superheroine, Black Venus, an exotic dancer who flew a plane in her search for vengeance. The comic contained rape suggestions in episodes where the Japanese captured Black Venus, and she joined her captor for dinner.
At the Playboy Mansion, Hugh Hefner often raped women.
Like CIA, he blackmailed men he compromised through sex with young girls.
As he had done for MAD, Kurtzman made allusions in what passed for “social commentary.” One of his targets was Howard Hughes, a great American whom CIA reduced to a jibbering wreck. Hughes’s germophobia, induced by CIA, is mocked in the comic below while the title character is sexually assaulted.
Meanwhile, the comic described the use of cybernetics to reduce women to sexual slavery.
This is an ongoing project at CIA, so cybernetics are now ubiquitous. You can learn more through Aaron and Melissa Dykes’ excellent film, The Minds of Men, which contains footage of cybernetic implantation and mind control more fifty years ago.
Meanwhile, Playboy made jokes about giving women leucotomies, as those who exposed the conspiracy were labelled insane and countless lives were ruined through psycho-surgery.
You can learn about that, too, in The Minds of Men, or by clicking on the link below.
In the end, Kurtzman was brought down through microwave harassment, as he suffered from Parkinson’s Disease, and his son suffered from autism, the result of implantation and DEW attacks.
Why do CIA and their affiliates attack us in these obscene ways, while they mock us and reveal their methods? They are moronic insane satanists. It is an open secret that the Bush Family, one of whom headed the CIA, is satanic.
Through his mother, George W. Bush is the grandson of Aleister Crowley.
No wonder we see Little Annie Fanny engrossed in a satanic-looking chart.
Just as in the comics, our enemies are insane villains who give away their plans.
Learn their language.
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