The Cold War Was A War Based On Ideologies

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A"After the end of World War II, the world was split into two -- East and West. This marked the beginning of the era called the Cold War" The Cold War was a war based on ideologies. The United States of America representing freedom and democracy and Russia representing order and socialism. These separated ideals is what started the deadliest competition in history, where both sides gathered intelligence on how other side was progressing and used that information as leverage against the other, this is known as Espionage. Espionage by definition is “The practice of spying or of using spies, typically by governments to obtain political and military information”. This documentary will uncover the phenomenon of the cold war that is more…show more content…
Project QKHILLTOP was the starting point in US affairs in mind control and neural research, this would help them in the growing battle of communism in America and allow them to control the minds of their enemies. The US obtained the idea during the Korean War when Chinese Soldiers, used brainwashing techniques to convert enemy US soldiers the method is a states: Assault on Identity Attacks on one 's sense of belief and self, under constant brutal verbal assault for days, weeks and months at a time. 2. Guilt Making one feel bad attacking them constantly. 3. Self Betrayal Agreeing you are bad or not good. Once in guilt the Chinese soldier, forces the US soldier through physical or mental harm. To his family and friends that they are doing bad also. 4. Breaking Point The US soldier at this stage suffers questions one humanity and begins to completely break away and lose sanity. The US after the war becoming aware of these so called “mind control” techniques came to the conclusion that this method was to time intensive, so with the help of modern day sedatives, alcohol and drugs the US eventually completed their research, but the price was US lives with some even committing suicide. Therefore America 's conduct of espionage during the Cold war similar to that of Russian espionage, when trying
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