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story isn't over. i remember the nurse bringing my father down and he gone from a man to this almost non human creature. piers he starts to try to get rid of the equipment that they used to put him in sensory isolation he's mumbling incoherently he's trying to remove his goggles he's trying to remove his cuffs. over and over again they restrain coherent. he trusts dumped his we put on lights in that time but some betray that trust. for the last 16 years doctors working for the british and american governments of least psychologically to destroy. the struggle for its entirety just seem to have your name. a monthly friend
a spell real name. they don't know what the mistake is but they know. the way and scale of his role. to tell the story we need to get back to the 1950 s. when scottish psychiatry is stuck to ewen cameron experimenting on his own patients . is there a paradox among those pain in the psychiatry the normal mom world on rest we are seeing a normal demand for knowledge concerning the effects of stress. on your stocks once a day just what the end of 5 agent he simply identified himself as undy richest most when they lifted. hood over my head i see andrew standing in front of me in the middle of the desert in afghanistan. since he said. there's nothing i we the british government can do about your situation you have to
i just signed an order to keep open the detention facilities in guantanamo bay. cuba doctor and you in cameroon of montreal chairman of the organizing committee opened this 3rd world congress of psychiatry the. fees of a day. summing up to terminate. the imagination and drive us forward in this greatest of endeavor. to go see the memorial institute. where my father spent on and off for tragic years. was one year after my bar
mitzvah i was 14 and i remember the christmas holidays that year with my father pacing singing series of crazy song from the i think the thirty's called mary dozy dotes and the lambs eat ivy over and over again and my being very puzzled and not understanding what was happening. which is how he ended up in $156.00 going to see cameron at the morial institute the. life for the most chilling experiments we have uncovered took place at this gothic estate called ravenscraig half way up in montreal. then a god began to take hold very rapidly. things became very fairy and
very frightening. i thought this was the coldest and most impersonal treatment that anybody could give to anybody in the world. i haven't ever had to talk about this publicly i don't like. to reflect dog but how. to her because it breaks my heart. my mom and dad both worked so i would go over to her house after school. but even as a young kid i remember being like that's my grandma. you watch out you don't mess with her. she did suffer from postpartum depression which probably was missed i else.
and my mother was very thin milieu with montreal from having lived there so they chose the our own. by the 1950 s. the allen memorial institute was one of the world's leading psychiatric hospitals. its director cameron was the president of the american canadian and world psychiatric association my mother thought that dr cameron was gone my mother thought dr cameron was god. i'm trying to decide if that's a photograph of cameron. you know it's very interesting that his is the only photograph in which there is no name. and that he was the founder of this place and that odd goes the 2nd 3rd 4th and cetera directors somehow do no
harm guy forgotten. even cameron was born in breach of allan sterling share in 1001. the son of a presbyterian minister cameron soon outgrew scotland. in 1902 he became an american citizen. and driven cameron dreaming of winning the nobel prize. on the front teens of psychiatry. i think it's very easy for people to say that this is the story of one patient or one family and some people downplay it because of that. to see this only and simply as a horrendous experience that happened in montreal in the 1950 s. is to really miss the big picture. in 1951 britain america and canada to secret meeting in the ritz carlton hotel in montreal
. 2 projects were discussed the 1st was the see a program. in spite of everything a man can do a falls into the hands of the enemy. if you were going was shot down an enemy territory. pretty bad on the enemy line. your 1st feeling might be one of helplessness as if suddenly the whole world of dropped off from under you leaving you with the enemy's mercy. such a feeling is quite understandable for a minute or 2 to see it stuns for a survival evasion resistance and escape. but there was a hidden agenda of the meeting the primary objective was often so well
i think that the same you could use against captured soldiers so it was a vote of leo mobilization psychology important united states that research was dominating the game universities for the better part of the. research has begun similar experiments in a psychiatric hospital in the u.k. . in the us the cia had over 160 secret projects in 1000 institutions. $25000000.00 allocated sheneman experimentation it was code named kate. cameron's work at the allen memorial institute was one of the largest projects in m.k. ultra. you are an angry person you're angry at the doctors your
own group of the nurses why are you so. is it because you choose. to come and began trialing post breaking. up with. my father would be forced to listen to his voice is. high voices low voices spaced voices faster slower. i don't doubt that if. dr cameron had people listening to recordings he saw an ad in the paper
for how to learn a language while you sleep and it was a recording. of a voice speaking in spanish that you would put in your pillow. one of the things that the tapes said was you are an angry person you are angry at the doctors the nurses. said because you. and she had to listen to this over and over and over again i mean as many hours in a day that she could. came there was. no one. man who barely could talk. could really carry on a conversation who lay dying down on a couch all day mostly sleeping who. was
in a different person. mabel transport bearing 407 korean prisoners of war docks in san francisco amid scenes only motion in 953 american troops become returning from the karim wall. thousands were suspected of having been brainwashed. communists fear gripped america we all know the atomic bomb is very dangerous so to may be used against us we must get ready for it. with terror came a huge opportunity for an ambitious psychiatry's the american government we're now spending a $1000000000.00 a year on psychological wolf hundreds of thousands of people to this test subject since. brainwashing a soul. or soul death. there's a mesh behind all the mind manipulation.
it's been decades since the fall of spain's fascist regime but old wounds still haven't tailed joe and you can go alone into the love of god it was pretty famous. because for me for me go. me go feed a market economy supposed to me on the bus at the stores me they would have that i wish that they seen question which we know. of newborn babies were told from their mothers and given away and forced adoption i don't know late but a lot of it was the other folks the stuff that i know robot is a fairly well meant that to this day mother. still search for grown children while adults look in hope for their parents. while the pandemic no certainly no borders just blind to nationalities.
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life is only confusing we how a very considerable up legation to undertake social engineering it will take bold climbing and brave hearts to develop this field. use all kinds of exotic techniques they were convinced that had no says could actually work and to hypnotize somebody in with them up and do something that they ordinarily wouldn't do and then you could snap your fingers and forget all the priests stuff. the dr cameron didn't set out to develop interrogation methods by his techniques preved useful to the cia. 963 many of the psychological experiments tried to fight for the 1st time in the q.
got counterintelligence manual a cia guy on how to torture. who bark is a curious name it's kryptonite it's the cia's name for itself and that was the foundation for the method of psychological interrogation psychological torture of the cia disseminated within the u.s. intelligence community and worldwide among our allies for the next 30 years. within the decade that britain would be using these techniques on her own citizens. terrorist campaign continues on except. in the 1st 6 months of 971 over 300 homes ripped through northern ireland. to. come out comprehensively quickly enough with such restrictions the
stuffs. the british government's response was to introduce internment without trial. on the 9th of august 971342 people were arrested. a suspected terrorists. just twenty's 3 years of age. and 3 30 in the morning waking up those are the mercy of a panelist almost and set up right in the bad only to discover that there was i had been awakened by a bottle of british army rifle took me in the stomach. at 6 it's up that morning my mother commanded bad rimsha says better get up there's soldiers all right now hey she was the next single is that over gone i'm ahead i'm
told mailer's on her asked. is everybody commend the tell you what's helped when i'd say there's shit and ball mine and so many dead. was. on the porch were coming and from areas like armor in your area and the c.m. picture was a marriage and man being arrested. it looked like war had erupted in belfast. british intelligence used up to cameron's experiments in sensory overload and deprivation on that irish christmas. day or you see come on and come put the bag over your head. overalls put on us spread eagled again lord for our own land.
there's a good pistol in my head such sure punny said and what the hell is going on. or you see in this piece techniques state devising methods to an essential destroy personality but individual. by scientific. professor. is one of the 1st to make the connection between the montreal experiment and the interrogation techniques. in 1970 he presented the b.b.c. documentary with an irish prisoner who by then. men. were subjected to a technique which is later comes be euphemistically known as interrogation and that . i was dragged out of the ring no she's only at
the time i could feel everything of the different textures of the floor. they finish up with their insistence that a systems end says this and that and let's say your tips against the wall one look told lists jest position. and. it seems itself to be completely innocuous all you're doing is leaning forward against the wall why should this be a problem. but it is a polyp you have to retain the position so it becomes extremely painful when he doesn't appear to be painful from the point of view of the lay observer. after considerable experimentation it was found if individuals were placed without ice bondage they would not only pos into a confused on the extremely anxious state but they would sure some interesting phenomena. and then i start to
notice this noise. a. beam a noise. it appears to come in through my her. body and. just chuckled straight run in each time with the student body it touches every nerve send you in the body. starts to occupy my main to take children maybe in atlanta you. are also the of this malays who want. the spear piercing them and go down again under if you can imagine them and say you know who did this noise was exaggerated the 100 fold. they thought they were going to kill us they started saying the rosary on my fingers on the fingers got. a couldn't follow and all of ended up was
a litany of him may. only. have. been named as a ls all it was named as the l. o l s i. this combination of procedures which each in itself is extremely simple an extremely cheap to produce comes from the obstruction side to. a consequence of this. and that i. was a long time trauma to us post-traumatic stress disorder. on a member to claim the acceptance that the end result of this is my desk. i had this welcoming of gas comin to bring it sooner rather than later.
mother. just went everywhere everywhere to try and try and i. was. fortunate enough to get the phone number of brown folk or then prime minister to call it northern ireland. she running or and she sends her husband home my husband taken away. i would like. for it is because everybody's tonight on one maria is. just basically says these are terrible times too many comes out. in 1971 island to the u.k. to the european courts. that the man had been hit by the british.
the european court of human rights eventually decided that the hooded man had not been tortured but instead enjoyed inhuman and degrading treatment was. the global precedent set by this 978 judgment allowed governments around the world to. these techniques. on the 30th of july 2011 the forestry union.
just moved up this is a for. we discussed the possibility of 3 in the k.s. to me it was. a little man in front of a question and i a 70 year old grandfather. taking 71 i was one of the hooded man. we were through and named is. torture and health. to him in case is probably one of the most notorious cases in human rights jurisprudence dogs in the street know about him in they know what happened to him in and protect her they know that it was torture. we have documents that make it very clear express the clear but those that. were not only authorized the techniques but knew exactly what
they were authorized and which was that of torture. they spoke to all of the men of their experience all of them seem to come to the white noise most of even the batemans and the machine that was used to create white noise and actually cost less than one pint to manufacture. a document and much the murdered race had communicated with the british prime minister regarding to torture you see the word on paper at that level. you know that plays and tone. through the act of making art is how i process my thoughts and ideas.
i think about the family tree and i was thinking about. in our family something came in at a left field and broke a branch on a family tree. in 1977 the new york times broke the story. to your income or in the cia mind control program. one of the people reading this story. is husband. we're more politicized than ever we're more polarized than ever in the 21st century when speed is measured in megabytes per 2nd.
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israelis can now be banned from most public places and even job us unless they've been vaccinated by the so-called green pos is a raising rights concerns or the growth in forged documents. that choice has a consequence and it shouldn't be that everybody. because some people make a bad choice i think it's a sort of i think it's ridiculous basic human rights are being ignored. across today russia accuses the e.u. of meddling in its. internal affairs as the block imposes sanctions over the jailing of opposition figures alexina valmy for parole violations. of a a furious for.