In Project Monarch, which is the modern successor to MK-ULTRA, people are classed in different groups, among them “alpha” leaders (like JFK and RFK), “beta” sex-slaves (like Jackie Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe), and “delta” killers (like Lee Harvey Oswald and Sirhan Sirhan).
An important element of the program is the use of hypnotic “suggestions.” And in this regard, I was struck by the statement in the New York Times that Jackie Kennedy rejected “suggestions” that she not go on television in her blood-stained dress. As this American hero said, “I want them to see what they have done.”
As you may know, the New York Times was then owned by Henry Luce, who was connected with Allen Dulles, the head of CIA, and his brother at Sullivan and Cromwell in Manhattan.
Sounds like someone was trying to get a message out….