I removed the following par from the article page as it relies on Executive Intelligence Review, a LaRouchite publication notorious for its conspiracist articles. As a rule, we don't accept EIR as a credible source. It would be best to find a more credible source to reference the key points in this par.--Bob Burton 16:02, 15 October 2009 (EDT)
"Eugenics, WWII & MK-Ultra"
A behavior control research project began in the 1950's, coordinated by the Tavistock Institute, the Scottish Rite Masons, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and U.S., British, Canadian and United Nations (UN) agencies. The project became famous in the 1970s under a CIA code name, MK-Ultra. Several books were written about its notorious tortures, which included brainwashing by drugs, hypnosis and electroshock. U.S. Senate hearings exposed many of abuses and President Gerald Ford appointed a commission headed by Vice President Nelson Rockefeller to investigate. There were widespread views at the time that here was the fox guarding the hen house... 
- Anton Chaitkin British psychiatry: from eugenics to assassination, Executive Intelligence Review, V21 #40, July 2002