PsyOp (Psychological Operations, aka Psychologic Warfare, Psyche War, Sykewar)
[back] Mind control

[A euphemism for propaganda or brainwashing (mind control) that may involve Assassinating and framing people1 in an effort to persuade a large number of people to support something that they wouldn't normally support. False flags being the best known.  In fact all Wars are the result of PsyOps.]

Cold War
Human skin lampshades
Kuwait incubator babies
False flag

False flag list
Fear mongering
Phoenix programme (Vietnam war)
Serial killers
School shootings
Weapons of Mass Destruction
Medical PSYOPS
HealthFraud and Skeptics
Foot and mouth (FMD)
Infectious scares
Hype disease risk

Albert G. Rosenberg

Edward Bernays
Tavistock Institute

'Psychological Operations:  Planned operations to convey selected information and indicators to foreign audiences to influence their emotions, motives, objective reasoning, and ultimately the behavior of foreign governments, organizations, groups, and individuals. The purpose of psychological operations is to induce or reinforce foreign attitudes and behavior favorable to the originator's objectives. Also called PSYOP. See also consolidation psychological operations; overt peacetime psychological operations programs; perception management. ' ---US Department of Defense

'Defence Intelligence and Security Centre (DISC)

The Defense Industrial Security Command

There are but two powers in the world, the sword and the mind. In the long run the sword is always beaten by the mind.' ---Napoleon Bonaparte

Sykewar: Psychological Warfare against Germany, D-Day to VE-Day by Richard H. S. Crossman, Daniel Lerner.

The American Lieutenant in charge of documenting Buchenwald (where the shrunken heads came from) was from the Psychological Warfare Division of the Allied Forces. Albert G. Rosenberg was Jewish, born and raised in Germany. He had recently become an American.
    "Psychological Warfare Division." That's a strange name for a department that's going to document a concentration camp for future generations isn't it? The Lieutenant in the PWD was Albert G. Rosenberg. Even though he was only in his late 20's at the time, he had a rare special pass called a "SHAEF Pass", which gave him the power to confiscate the posh villa belonging to Baldur Von Schirach, who had been the wartime mayor of Vienna and also the leader of the Hitler Youth. Rosenberg lived in the villa with 12-15 former Buchenwald inmates and the team wrote-up a documentation of the camp. Most of the former inmates were communists, led by a non-communist Austrian Catholic named Eugen Kogon. Kogon compiled the report while Albert Rosenberg supervised the overall project. One could say that the documentation of Buchenwald is largely a story of liberated communists working in a posh villa, under the supervision of a Jewish Psychological Warfare Division Lieutenant who had emigrated to the USA from Germany just seven years earlier. Objectivity you can count on.
    After this project, Albert Rosenberg confiscated a German suburban house for Eugen Kogon and his family to live in, so that Kogon could write a book on his personal experiences at Buchenwald. The Psychological Warfare Division, which by now had made the Orwellian move to change it's name to "Information Control" wanted this book to be read by the German population. The book, called "Der SS-Staat, is still the standard work for Buchenwald. In my June 2007, 2-hour phone conversation with the elderly Albert G. Rosenberg, he told me that Kogon could have become Chancellor of Germany instead of Konrad Adenaur, (something about Kogon knowing a "Cardinal Pacelli" and how that was a good thing.) but one was more right and the other more center, and Adenauer ended up becoming Chancellor. Months later out of curiosity I looked up Cardinal Pacelli on Wikipedia and saw he became Pope Pius XII in 1939.
    That would have been interesting though: Psych Warfare changes it's name to "Information Control" and promotes Kogon to become the head of Modernist Germany. It would have been 1984 in 1954.
    Much of the above is documented in University of Texas, El Paso Professor David A. Hackett's book, The Buchenwald Report. Published in 1995. Nazi Shrunken Heads