The Unabomber Was Made By Harvard And The CIA

Grace Higgins | September 6th, 2019

In the year 1958, a brilliant student by the name of Theodore Kaczynski entered Harvard College. Little did he know he was in for a year of brutal humiliation sponsored by the CIA. He encountered a whole program that was engineered to make him feel an atmosphere of anti technological despair.

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During his time at Harvard College, he was deceived and subjected to a whole array of brutal psychological experiments. And these experiments may potentially have been the reason why he thought science was evil. Guess what? Kaczynski went on to become the terrorist known as the Unabomber. To many Kaczynski was simply a brilliant former professor of mathematics who became mentally ill, a paranoid schizophrenic.

He turned into a Montana hermit and a mail bomber, and as a result of much of the public just labels him as insane and moves on. However, there is another theory one that is much more sinister. It is explained that Kaczynski was not mentally ill or a loner, he is a convicted murderer, but there is an argument to be made that he was turned into a murderer by the CIA.

The Murray experiment happened during his time at Harvard, it was intended to measure how people react during stress and was sponsored by the CIA. And Kaczynski was an unwitting subject of this experiment, where Murray his professor at the time, would attack him with sweeping and personal abuse. He would assault his student’s egos and attack their most cherished beliefs.

And this caused Kaczynski to put together his infamous manifesto as a theory to explain his unhappiness and anger. Which was only legitimized by the Murray experiment itself, causing the tragedy that is known as The Unabomber. Currently, he is serving four life sentences in Orlando, Florida prison system.

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