by Ralph W. Omholt
February 1, 2006
from Freedom4Rum Website


"Mind Control" is to be catalogued with space travel, wrist radios and ray-guns; yesterday’s fantasy becoming today’s reality. Certainly, it goes without saying, that "Mind Control" is more accurately addressed as "Behavior Control;" one leads to the other.


Accommodating simplicity and common understanding, the term "Mind Control" will be used as a synonym for "Behavior Control."

The topic of "Mind Control" has been the subject of university laboratories, Madison Avenue marketing firms, intelligence services, warfare planning (psyops), pharmaceutical developments, electronic experimentation, psychiatry and medical advances. In brief, "Mind Control" is as factual as the TV set; alive, functional and ever- evolving.

The topic of "Mind Control" is understandably complex.


Few doubt the effect of simple propaganda, as evidenced in various wars. Unfortunately, one of the success elements of "Mind Control" is the disdain of those who resist thinking about the topic. Yet, with such horrors as the Nazi applications during W.W. II, the topic of "Mind Control" is highly pertinent to the general public. Specifically, the general public repeatedly asks how a civilized people could possibly commit such well-documented atrocities.

Current (2006) American politics and warfare confront the "Mind Control" issue, head-on. Ignorance, apathy and denial are a deadly combination. "Mind Control" is a function of a variety of descriptors and applications.


Most commonly, the term "Psyops" (Psychological Operations) is used.

However repugnant, the history of the W.W. II Nazis is the most common association of the horrors against the human race. The Nazi horrors were not unique in history, simply the most advertised. As an example of Mind Control," Israel, depends on that particular advertisement, for U.S. foreign aid.


Yet, the "Nazi" issue remains the best example, by virtue of it’s popularly known history.


  1. The Psychology Of Authority And Perception, Versus Response

  2. The Stanford Prison Experiment

  3. Personality Divergence

  4. Extreme Conditioning

  5. The Role Of "Perception Control"

  6. Perception Of Authority

  7. Psyops And 9-11

  8. Psyops Techniques

  9. False Connections

  10. Manufactured Reality

  11. Imaging

  12. Examples

  13. Perception Control

  14. Coercive Persuasion

  15. Process Implementation

  16. The Techniques Of Coercive Persuasion

  17. Style Vs. Action

  18. Attitude Modification

  19. Online Disinformation

  20. Internet Psychological Operations - (Psyops)

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