Kanye West Still Suffering Severe Memory Loss after MK Ultra Programming*
By Jay Greenberg
Rapper Kanye West was forcibly hospitalized earlier in the year following his public outbursts that exposed Google, Facebook, Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Shortly after publically showing his support for Donald Trump he was taken by force to the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center which is well known for MK Ultra mind control program testing.
When he was released in February, he was reported to be “on the mend”, but suffering from temporary memory loss. According to reports, West is still suffering from severe memory loss and has no recollection of his attempts to expose the Illuminati, of supporting Trump, or his declaration that he was a “Starseed” that had been “sent to Earth to save humanity”. A huge star like Kanye West has a massive amount of influence, and many believe his outbursts and Deep State exposés had ruffled too many feathers.
According to HNHH, Malik Yusef said that Kanye West has been experiencing memory loss since his week-long hospitalization in November and is still recovering at home.
“I’ve been to his house [and] sat down with him for about six, seven hours, just walking through his health and recovery,” Yusef is a Chicago poet and artist who is close to Kanye and has spoken on Kanye’s mental health before.
“Saint is getting big and is walking, playing with toys, so that invigorates him,” he added. Yusef also told reports that Kanye is not currently working on any new music.
A close friend of West, Ian Connor, added further speculation of MK Ultra when he Tweeted about his friend being under the mind control programming in December 2016. He also suggested that his own life may be at risk for his revelations, saying:
“My Death Will Not Be A Suicide, Just A Heads Up, So If Anything Happens It Was Them and Not Me.”
According to Psych Central, memory loss is one of the main side effects of MK Ultra programming:
“Memory loss is the primary side effect associated with ECT treatment. Most people experience what’s called retrograde amnesia, which is a loss of memory of events leading up to and including the treatment itself. Some people’s memory loss is longer and greater with ECT. Some have trouble recalling events that occurred during the weeks leading up to treatment, or the weeks after treatment. Others lose memories of events and experiences in their past. Memory loss generally improves within a few weeks after ECT treatment. As with psychiatric medications, no professional or doctor can tell you for certain what kind of memory loss you will experience, but virtually all patients experience some memory loss. Sometimes the memory loss in some patients is permanent.”