Dr Ewen Cameron Gartnavel CIA Brainwashing LSD Torture & Mind Control (updated 03.11.17)

Published Dec 5th 2015 | Last update 03.11.2017

Canadian Government Quietly Compensates Daughter of MKULTRA Victim

The victim was kept in a chemically induced sleep for weeks and subjected to rounds of electroshocks, experimental drugs and tape-recorded messages played non-stop.

CBC News recently reported that the Canadian government reached an out-of-court settlement of $100,000 with Allison Steel, the daughter of Jean Steel, a woman who was subjected to horrific brainwashing experiments funded by the CIA.

The settlement was quietly reached in exchange for dropping the legal action launched by Allison Steel in September 2015. The settlement includes a non-disclosure agreement prohibiting Steel from talking about the settlement itself. However, the existence of the settlement and its total amount appeared in public accounts released by the federal government in October.

CIA-Funded Torture

Jean Steel’s ordeal began in 1957, at the age of 33. She was admitted at the Allan Memorial Institute in Montreal after being diagnosed with “manic depression and delusional thinking”.

Allan Memorial Institute in Montreal, Canada

In the following months, Steel became a victim of CIA-funded MKULTRA experiments conducted by Dr. Ewen Cameron. 

Dr. Ewen Cameron was a Scottish-born psychiatrist who served as President of the American Psychiatric Association (1952–1953), Canadian Psychiatric Association (1958-1959), American Psychopathological Association (1963), Society of Biological Psychiatry (1965), and World Psychiatric Association (1961-1966). During the 1950s and 1960, he was funded by the CIA to carry out experiments for the MKULTRA mind control program.

Cameron’s experiments aimed to “de-pattern” the victim’s mind through intense trauma in order to “re-pattern” it afterward. In other words, he was researching the basis of Monarch Programming – the mind control program that is often discussed on Vigilant Citizen.

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Donald Ewen Cameron (24 Dec 1901 – 8 Sept 1967) — known as D. Ewen Cameron or Ewen Cameron — was a Scottish-born psychiatrist who served as President of the Canadian Psychiatric Association, American (1952–1953) and World Psychiatric Associations, the American Psychopathological Association and the Society of Biological Psychiatry during the 1950s. Notwithstanding his high professional reputation, he has been criticized for his administration, without informed consent, of disproportionately intense electroshock therapy and experimental drugs, including LSD, which rendered some patients permanently comatose. Some of this work took place in the context of the MKUltra mind control program.

Donald Ewen Cameron was born in Bridge of Allan, Scotland, the oldest son of a Presbyterian minister. He received an M.B., Ch.B. in psychological medicine at Glasgow University in 1924, a D.P.M. from the University of London in 1925, and an M.D. with distinction from Glasgow University in 1936.
Cameron began his training in psychiatry at the Glasgow Royal Mental Hospital in 1925. In 1926, Cameron served as Assistant Medical Officer there[4] and was introduced to psychiatrist Sir David Henderson, a student of Swiss-born US psychiatrist Adolf Meyer. He continued his training in America under Meyer at the Phipps Clinic, Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland from 1926 to 1928 with a Henderson Research Scholarship.
In 1933, he married Jean C. Rankine, whom he had met while they were students at Glasgow University. She was a former captain of the Scottish field hockey team, a competitive tennis player,[7] and Lecturer in Mathematics at Glasgow University. They had four children, three sons and one daughter.
In Full https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donald_Ewen_Cameron




Scots-born psychiatrist Donald Ewen Cameron became notorious for his role in the top-secret MK Ultra programme, running experiments in orphanages and psychiatric hospitals in Canada in the 1950s.
He used LSD, electro-convulsive therapy (ECT), insulin-induced comas and repetition to try and erase memories – a technique the CIA hoped to develop into a weapon in the Cold War.
When details of the MK Ultra project emerged in the 1970s, it caused a huge public outcry and led to both the US and Canadian governments paying out compensation to hundreds of victims.
Now campaigners in Scotland are to come forward with sensational claims that similar experiments were also being carried out on this side of the Atlantic.
Last night, one abuse survivor said: “The similarities are unbelievable, the drugs programme, the experimentation – we were also doing these things in the 1950s here in Scotland, allowing this deplorable behaviour by the medical elite.”
One medic likely to be named by the campaigners is Dr Angus MacNiven, who trained alongside Cameron at Gartnavel Royal Hospital in Glasgow and went on to become one of the most eminent figures in Scottish medicine.
However, this newspaper has seen evidence that at least one patient died while being experimented on under his care.
Cameron, who was born in Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire, emigrated to America in the 1920s, but remained in contact with his former colleagues in Scotland throughout his career.
The NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde archives contain a file of correspondence between Cameron and MacNiven, who was Physician Superintendent at Gartnavel from 1932 to 1966.
The correspondence covers the years 1924 to 1959 but it has been closed to the public for 75 years, along with the rest of MacNiven’s staff papers.
In July 1959, Cameron told a medical conference in Glasgow about his research into how “exposure to repetition of carefully worded statements” could change the personality.
This was the “brainwashing” or “psychic driving” procedure at the heart of MK Ultra, which has since been described as a form of “medical torture”.
The topic has featured in books and movies such as The Manchurian Candidate and The Men Who Stare At Goats.0academic Alfred William McCoy wrote: “Stripped of its bizarre excesses, Cameron’s experiments… laid the scientific foundation for the CIA’s two-stage psychological torture method.”
The survivor – who asked not to be named for legal reasons – said of MacNiven who died in 1982: “The man was out of control and out of his depth and what he was doing in that hospital was absolutely appalling.”
It is known that experiments involving LSD were carried out at Gartnavel. Drug-induced comas, ECT, and “restraint and seclusion” were also commonplace in many asylums.
However, the suggestion that children were being used as guinea pigs in a programme linked to the British or American secret services is certain to prove hugely controversial if discussed at the inquiry.
The claims were revealed by this newspaper in December and now form part of the official submission to the Scottish Government from the In Care Abuse Survivors (Incas) group.It states: “The Inquiry should also review medical experimentation that was carried out on vulnerable children, and adults without consent.”Alan Draper, the Incas Parliamentary Liaison Officer, said: “I’ve heard that name [Dr MacNiven] mentioned on a number of occasions.”I know that the legal people involved do have the relevant files, although the files do have a tendency to disappear.”One of the problems we want the inquiry to consider is the destruction of records.”
For example, many medical files from Lennox Castle Hospital in Lennoxtown, Stirlingshire, where some of the experiments are said to have taken place, were destroyed in a fire.
However, the British Journal of Psychiatry archives do contain evidence of patients being “selected” for experiments at Gartnavel.
In 1936, MacNiven published a report of an experiment where 40 asylum patients – some of them suffering from “melancholia”, or depression -– were kept in a drug-induced state of sleep for 10 to 14 days.
One woman developed pneumonia and died, although in his report MacNiven denies it was linked to the injections of somnifaine – a powerful barbiturate.
He also reports that a man suffered a “cardiac collapse”.
One man’s temperature hit 104C, prompting MacNiven to note: “We felt it unwise to continue treatment in this case.”
MacNiven also gave permission for two drug trials involving schizophrenics, which set out to “deliberately provoke neurological disturbances”.
Both studies, in 1963 and 1964, resulted in “disturbing” side-effects.
No ages for patients are given but another Gartnavel study sanctioned by MacNiven in 1966 involved two 17-year-old “schoolboys”.
Incas president Frank Docherty, from East Kilbride, who first exposed the issue of abuse in Scottish children’s homes more than 15 years ago, said: “These experiments were kept hidden from the public eye and they were happening in places all over Scotland.
“The number of victims could run into thousands.”
The Scottish Consortium for Learning Disability has estimated that up to 12,000 children with learning disabilities spent time in residential care up to 1981.
Although it is not suggested that all were subjected to medical experimentation, the campaigners insist that a significant number would have experienced unwanted drug testing.
The Scottish Government said yesterday the inquiry’s chair and remit would be announced “by the end of April”.
A spokeswoman for the health board added: “It would be inappropriate for us to comment on allegations that happened many years ago.”














CLAIMS that scientific experiments were done on orphans and the deportation of children to Australia and Canada must be investigated by the Scottish inquiry into child abuse, survivors insisted last night.

Allegations that Scottish institutions were involved in drug tests on vulnerable children should be fully explored by the Scottish Government inquiry, according to a group representing hundreds of survivors.

‘This government must always be on the side of victims of abuse’
The Scottish Government is currently deciding what form its historical abuse inquiry should take and how it intends to uncover the deeply disturbing crimes that have been committed against children in Scotland over the last few decades.

Scotland on Sunday has seen a draft submission to ministers prepared by Incas (In Care Abuse Survivors Scotland) demanding that the government sets up an investigation with a wide remit looking at abuse allegations dating from the 1930s to the present. The document says the inquiry should “review medical experimentation that was carried out on vulnerable children and adults without consent”.

Incas does not give details of the allegations, but in the past claims have been made that children were victims of the practice at Lennox Castle Hospital, East Dunbartonshire.

Lennox Castle, which has since closed, was one of four Scottish institutions claimed to have been involved in trialling drugs on children as part of a program run during the Cold War by Porton Down, in Wiltshire. The MoD has said it is “not aware” of such tests and has seen no evidence to back up the claims. Survivors have claimed that six and seven-year-olds were tied to racks and given electric shocks. The Incas submission will also call for the “child migrant scheme” to be reviewed. This refers to the practice of sending children overseas, mainly to Australia and Canada, in the hope they would find a better life.

Between the 1920s and the 1960s as many as 150,000 young children were despatched to institutions and foster homes in the under- populated Commonwealth.

Charities including Barnardo’s, the Catholic Church and local authorities helped organise the emigration of youngsters aged between three and 14. So the children could make a clean start, they were usually told their parents had died – even if they were still alive.

A Scottish Government spokeswoman said: “This government must always be on the side of victims of abuse and we are currently engaging with survivors on the terms of reference for a public inquiry and the attributes of the chair. We want to do all we can to get this right which is why we are arranging events for survivors as well as encouraging views to be offered over the phone or online.”  In Full HERE


Although Cameron’s career was otherwise outstanding, including his appointment as first president of the World Psychiatric Association, it is important to consider whether the Scot’s reputation could have been besmirched posthumously. (Cameron also took part in the Nuremberg Trial medical tribunal that ruled Rudolf Hess was sane enough to stand trial at the end of the Second World War.)

Aside from myriad conspiracy theorists to have written extensively on the subject, three people inextricably linked to Cameron were interviewed by scotsman.com: a research assistant under Cameron at the Allan Institute; the daughter of a victim awarded thousands in compensation by the CIA; and a man still fighting the Canadian government for compensation, who, incredibly, was in his mother’s womb as, he claims, Cameron fed her barbiturates and subjected her to electro-convulsive therapy.

Dr Peter Roper, from Montreal’s McGill University, of which the Allan is part and where Cameron began his career after graduating from Glasgow University, is quick and emphatic to point out that medical standards today are far more scrutinised and patient-friendly. He also believes that Cameron’s reputation has been “much maligned, posthumously”.

“When I first came to the Allan in 1957, Cameron was famous, with patients referred from around the world.” Cameron, who founded McGill’s psychiatry department in 1943, thought he was helping people with his progressive – yet punishing – treatments.

“He was working on tape recordings, an idea which he felt had to be promulgated, that he had to publish,” Roper says. “He had a technician called [Leonard] Rubenstein who modified cassettes so there was an endless tape, it could keep repeating itself for hours at a time. If Cameron could give a positive message, eventually a patient would respond to it.” Read in full Scotsman

MSM articles that mention Cameron


Documents from Scribd 

CAR – Child Abuse Recovery » HISTORY Of CIA Mind-control Experimentation

Dr. Donald Ewen Cameron took charge of “Admitting” at the Brandon











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In 1977 it was revealed that random American citizens were abducted & tortured for research by the CIA.

Project MK Ultra was the code name for a series of covert activities in the early 1950’s. With the CIA safe houses no longer in operation, human experimentation under MK-Ultra continued in Canada under the supervision of psychiatrist Donald Ewen Cameron, who previously served on the medical tribunal at the Nuremberg trials in the late 1940’s.[1][4] From 1957-1964, Cameron was paid $69,000 by the CIA to conduct experiments at the Allan Memorial Institute of McGill University in Quebec.[1] It was here that the most disturbing experiments took place, which included heavy doses of LSD and electroshock therapy at 30-40 times the normal power.[6] Subjects were also intentionally placed in comas, where recordings of noise or simple statements would be played on a loop for periods of time ranging from several weeks up to three months.[6] When awakened, the patients were severely and often permanently damaged. They suffered from losing control of their bodily functions, amnesia, forgetting how to speak, and some thought the doctors were their parents. Cameron later became the first chairman of the World Psychiatric Association, as well as president of the American and Canadian psychiatric associations.[7]        http://www.ifeveryoneknew.com/read?article=4






WATCH History Channel – Mind Control: America’s Secret War (45 minutes)













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Dr Ewen Cameron Dies 

*POSSIBLY* Ewen’s dad?




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obituary reads: “LAKE PLACID, N.Y., Sept. 8 (AP) – Dr. D. Ewen Cameron, a former president of the World Psychiatric Association, died
today of an apparent heart attack while hiking with his son near here.  He was 65 years old.”


Dr Cameron, Hess, The Douglas-Hamilton’s & Hobgoblins

https://spidercatweb.blog/2017/01/10/cameron-hess-hamiltons-hobgoblins/   http://archive.is/k2kLT

The Tragedy of Dr. D. Ewen Cameron

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    “Naomi Klein states in her book The Shock Doctrine that Cameron’s research and his contribution to MKUltra were not about mind control and brainwashing, but “to design a scientifically based system for extracting information from ‘resistant sources.’ In other words, torture.”?!!!

    1. ​That’s a new 1 for me! I didn’t know that. Thank you so much. Gives me a fresh angle to research frm.

      Cameron’s legagacy is still very much alive in Scotland.
      We have no idea of the true extent of the horrors inflicted. Not just Cameron’s “work” but those he trained. There are D notices in place for decades to come. SIR Henderson, the notorious MacNiven (barely allowed 2utter his name!!) & RDlaing who worked with “stars” at Tavistock! & many more.
      We still have VERY regular fires in mental institutions/hospitals. EVERY ONE is random & non suspicious?! There are at least 2-3 that have gone on fire 3 TIMES in less than a decade! “non suspiciously” of course.
      Govt seldom even acknowledge any of this far less “allow” an inquiry.

      They are still doin it. Torturing people. It all falls under “mental health” Govt admit electro shock is being used on a NON VOLUNTARY basis?!

      Well i think i’ve been depressing enough for 1 night!!
      Feel free 2 pop by for a dose of gloom anytime u like!!

      Thanks again 4 the info. Much appreciated.

      Cat xx

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