Mind control involves clandestine techniques that can deceive and make a person do things that he or she would not normally do. For example, the brainwashed can murder other people, even family members, and then immediately commit suicide.

GULAG (abbreviation in Russian, Glavnoe Upravlenie Ispravitel-no-trudovykh Lagerei or Chief Directorate of Prison Camps in the former USSR) – a system of labor camps run by Soviet KGB agents in the 1930′-60’s, the largest world’s laboratory for mind control experiments with over 10,000,000 “guinea pigs” sacrificed.

KGB (abbreviation in Russian, Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti or Committee for State Security in the former USSR) – a secret service or state security intelligence agency of the Soviet Union. (Now it is called FSB or Federalnaya Sluzshba Bezopasnosti, but they are generally the same people in local areas.)

As you read the following, be aware that the author, Dr. Artour Rakhimov, in 1994, witnessed numerous crimes, deaths and cases of brainwashing with total mind control in a cult organized by KGB-related people. This cult included his family member and many people whom he knew for years. Also, in 1994, he reported crimes and murders committed by KGB-related people to Russian and Western authorities, moved to Canada, and later became the target of these KGB agents (only a minor part of KGB).

Indeed, one may wonder why there are many books, articles, movies, museums, exhibitions, memorial events, groups, PhDs, conferences, etc. in relation to Holocaust and we get next to nothing in relation to deaths of millions due to Soviet political repressions at about the same time in history (mostly the 1930’s-1950’s). Nobody is even asking, “How are Siberian Gulag leaders doing now? Why does Russia continue to pay pensions to mass murderers?”

Siberian KGB Gulag leaders have adapted, during previous decades, to modern conditions using a clandestine tactic with the goal to make the world silent about their past and present existence. How does it work?

Imagine that someone on the west writes a book or organizes an event in relation to Soviet Stalinist’s persecutions (so that to commemorate sufferings and deaths of millions of innocent Soviet civilians including children and the aged). This information becomes public and can be easily obtained, via internet, by modern Siberian FSB (Secret Service of Russia). What can they do about it? This person on the west should have family members and relatives which can be found using the same vast databases and spider internet engines possessed by modern Siberian secret agents. The secret agents then dispatch their assassins to find and eliminate somebody from the family of this person to “teach his a lesson”. If this person has no family, he should have relatives. If none is available for murder, then the Siberian KGB would kill a friend, or a relative of a good friend, or anybody related to this person from the west. If there are no available targets among the associates, then people belonging to the same organization would be sought. Anybody who is significant or helpful to this person would be a good target for a “random” crime.

The goal is to make this person on the west (“organizer”) distressed or depressed and … distracted from the book/event or conditioned against it. (Imagine that you lose your spouse, a child, or a parent.) In most cases, the murder would be “accidental” or “as natural” (heart attack, car crash, food poisoning, rare infection, etc.) and this person would not guess that their initial action resulted in death of a relative or friend. The murder would be a subliminal sign to stop such activities (exposure of modern Siberian KGB to public).

Nazis and Italian Mafia used a similar tactic. For example, German Nazis informed people of occupied territories in 1940s that the whole family would be killed for helping or hiding persecuted Jews. Infamous Italian Mafia would hunt for family members if a gang member exposed Mafia’s activities or cooperated with authorities.

Should any international authorities or organizations try the same (expose or persecute the KGB mass murderers), the same activities (most likely murders) would be organized against them.

The other related topics are: What are the current attitude and perception of Siberian KGB leaders among Russian population, Russian leaders and people worldwide?