In a "not too distant" future, where genetic engineering of humans is common and DNA plays the primary role in determining social class *(or at least the RFID chip).
MKULTRA Victim Testimony B and C
B - Chris DeNicola speaks of her childhood experiences as a human mind control subject at the hands of government scientists specifically Joseph Mengele (Dr. Green). C- The testimony of an MKULTRA test subject who was subjected to electo-shock, LSD, radiation, rape, dislocation of joints, chemical and drug experimentation as a child. Sent to a special school with many other children and taught how to sexually please men and entrap them in order for Richard Helms, Sidney Gottlieb, Martin Orne, L. Wilson Green, and others to use sexual blackmail operations (children) to secure permanent funding for MKULTRA, experiments and operations that continue to this day.
Monarch: Chapter 3B: MKULTRA 1953
Mind Control to create unwitting double agents robot assasins couriers
How the mad scientists employed by Sidney Gottlieb and Richard Helms learned from Nazi programmers how to break the mind of a child to control it forever.
President Clinton admits to thousands (some unethical) mind control experiments. Hopefully you will not focuss on or believe in the apology (lip service) Clinton provides and forget, as these programs continue into the present, and in other forms, that involve the rest of us.
*Gattaca - a victim of Monarch Programming I know, this was one of her favorite movies.
The film presents a biopunk vision of a society driven by new eugenics. Children of the middle and upper classes are selected through preimplantation genetic diagnosis to ensure they possess the best hereditary traits of their parents. A genetic registry database uses biometrics to instantly identify and classify those so created as valids while those conceived by traditional means are derisively known as faith births, god children and in-valids. While genetic discrimination is forbidden by law, in practice it is easy to profile one's genotype resulting in the Valids qualifying for professional employment while the In-Valids who are susceptible to disease are relegated to menial jobs.
The film's themes include personal identity, courage, friendship, love, hope, the burden of perfection, sacrifice, sibling rivalry, society and control, fate, and whether human nature and the human spirit can be defined or limited by DNA.