December 17, 2017
Torture in the United States extends far beyond waterboarding.
In the past decades, far more atrocious methods of "extracting information" and maintaining security and classification during interrogative procedures have been developed. In the United States, torture has become prevalent, with detainees being subjected to extremely invasive surgical procedures (often without anesthetics) and insane asylum "behavioral modification procedures" that involve strong doses of psychedelics often combined with rape and heavy sexual molestation.
Interrogators are now trained to "devolve" a detainee, meaning they must respond to the detainee as if he or she were of a lesser species. They are often told to objectify and act out their own sexual desires upon the detainee. Choking of a detainee by an interrogator wearing a condom is often performed as an alternative to waterboarding. The victim is stimulated with a heavy dose of amphetamines and psychedelics. His head is forced down until unconsciousness is nearly reached. He is brought up, re-stimulated, and interrogated. This is often repeated until death occurs and resuscitation is needed. Detainees are often raped while this is occurring.
Victims are also forced to undergo extreme surgeries without anesthetics. Stem cells can now be used to replace a limb that has been severed, provided that it is kept viable. Limbs, fingers, ears, noses, and even genitals have been amputated during the interrogative portions of detainment and replaced using a technology that combines embryonic stem cells with growth hormones. Detainees may be strapped down, injected with LSD or other psychedelics and stimulants and given incisions the size of an open-heart surgery while being taunted and treated as a child. Oftentimes, the victim is given a pacifier and a doll to hold. The interrogators make baby sounds and insult the detainee in baby talk while the incision is being made. They force the victim to beg and plead, then laugh at the victim as they cut to create a state of intense trauma. As they performed mine, they made fun of my Autism.
These "techniques" are often condoned under the pretense that in order to maintain security and classification protocols, "redactive trauma" is needed - that is, psychological trauma so heavy that the memories of the interrogation fail to form. Behavioral modification is another excuse for these types of atrocities, as well as "reduction," or softening up of a detainee before interrogation.
In my next post, I will discuss a concept called "Regression" and how it is used in conjunction with psychoactive drugs during modern interrogation and detainment to create extreme trauma that leaves no physical scars.
April 9, 2009
That's quite a claim without offering any proof whatsoever. Do you have anything to prove such a claim, or should we just believe you, and assume our country does these things?
IMHO it is very sad we live in a era where it is just fun to make wild claims, and worst part is when some people read them, believe them with no proof whatsoever. I guess I'm just an old relic, but I happen to believe proof is required, otherwise rumors just run wild, like they did with WTC conspiracy theories, moon landings, and just about every story out of the Iraq war. We are in a world of internet rumors, and photoshopped pictures, that just get repeated, altered some more, until they spread so quickly, rumors become gospel.
February 8, 2018
March 10, 2015
I think in fairness before we jump to they are making it up -- we can ask for what kind of proof there is.
Frenetic -- would you mind telling us if there is any proof or what you can offer in that regard?
Thanks in advance....
April 9, 2009
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