Watch: Drugs as Weapons Against Us: The CIA War on Musicians and Activists 2018 123movies, Full Movie Online – Drugs as Weapons Against Us presents evidence that the CIA’s Project MK-Ultra manipulated musicians and activists to promote drugs for social control, particularly regarding the Civil Rights and anti-war movements. Evidence further supports that intelligence agents murdered some of these musicians and activists when they resisted intelligence manipulations. U.S. intelligence targeted musicians such as Tupac Shakur, Kurt Cobain, John Lennon and Jimi Hendrix, as well the anti-war SDS and The Black Panthers. America and Britain’s wealthiest families had a history of drug trafficking and opium wars against China. The American families’ benefactors then elicited the CIA and Pentagon’s aid in launching America’s longest wars in the top heroin-producing poppy field regions of Vietnam and Afghanistan. The CIA also focused their covert operations on control of the top cocaine-producing regions in Central and South America. The CIA further used LSD and other drugs to divert anti-war movements..
Plot: Evidence supports that the CIA manipulated musicians and activists to promote drugs for social control, particularly regarding the Civil Rights and anti-war movements. Some musicians that resisted these manipulations were killed.
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Miserable liberal re-hashing of old details
I love documentaries, basically on any topic. Even things that I think I know a lot about already, I will gladly watch a documentary about because I figure I’m open to learning something new. I really just gave this a shot because the other two reviews (at the time of this writing) are obviously fake reviews written by the same person under two different names so I wanted to give it a fair review here.
Unfortunately, I can’t really do that because I had to shut this miserable film off prematurely. It’s just not done well. The narrator slogs along about the 60’s drug scene, and the Beatles and Stones, etc and I sit here and think, ‘man- doesn’t everyone already know this stuff?’ I mean when you feel so compelled to re-tell the story of the first time the Beatles took acid, that you borrow actual (dated, non-HD) footage of them discussing it straight from The Beatles Anthology, without adding anything new of your own…yikes. I wasn’t alive in the 1960’s, but like many people who weren’t, I still know who Ken Kesey and The Merry Pranksters are. This documentary comes out in 2018 and acts as if it’s breaking some new ground on anything here and I have to say it’s just a collection of photos and videos they googled and spoke over. Finally, I have to mention how the production budget was so low, they seriously reuse the same annoying song throughout the film, which is played any time a photo of a drug party is displayed onscreen. They can’t even play/use any of the music of the artists they are referring to, even though it’s supposed to be a drug documentary about musicians. Awful.
A lot of unsettling and worrying statements
I just want to leave a non-1star review, as these previous very rational people did… And to counter their ratings with my 10 one.
This documentary makes a lot of statements about many people, and I don’t think there is a reliable way to check their credibility, especially, when there supposedly is such an interest to hide the truth…
I believe less and less of anything that I hear or read these days, but one thing seems coming up, which is that some networks of people at the highest ranks of American government are running “the show”.
All I want to know is- what are they thinking and what is their goal?
Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr (120 min)
Director John Potash
Writer John Potash
Actors Ed Opperman, Bobby Seale
Country United States
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