On June 16, 2010, the CIA released 1,300 documents related to the Korean War. The CIA released those documents as part of a conference on the war. Several CIA officials spoke at that conference.
“Intelligence-wise, we have come far,” said Peter A. Clement, the CIA deputy director of Intelligence for Analytic Programs. “But at its core, the (job) of understanding leaders’ decisions ... is still a challenge.”
This suggests that the CIA really did allow other governments – probably Japan, and perhaps China – to inject thoughts into my mind. And it suggests that the CIA didn’t understand why they wanted to do that.
Bow down. Bow down.