“American Ultra”: Another Attempt at Making MKULTRA Cool

By VC — Vigilant Citizen Jan 29, 2016

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The movie American Ultra is based on the real life CIA project MKULTRA, which aims to create mind controlled slaves. While this premise is horrific, the movie nevertheless portrays the CIA and mind control as something that is cool and even “rebellious”. It is yet another attempt at making mind control cool by mass media.

Warning: Colossal spoilers ahead!

American Ultra is an odd movie. While the story revolves around the horrific experiments the CIA conducts on its own population, it is told in a humorous matter, turning the whole subject into a joke. Not only that, the movie portrays CIA mind control as something that is cool and edgy – although it is the exact opposite of all of these things.
Take a look at the movie poster above: An MK slave and a CIA handler wearing cool shades, holding weapons and looking bad-ass. Is there anything LESS rebellious than a slave who has completely lost their free will and a CIA handler? They’re both pawns of the elite’s system. This is another case of media double-speak and, if you’ve been reading Vigilant Citizen, you know that making mind control cool and acceptable is an important part of the Agenda. Before we look at the movie, let’s look at what it is based on.

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