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just agree with you. i think you're wrong because of the following problems in your adventure logic. you say your micro grass mate, you say you triggered me. you said your heart be again from psychological weight, your news or psychological terms. and i guess an enormous problem for politics because it's almost impossible to have a discourse on that terrain. the hello. in the traditional motion picture story, the villains are usually defeated the ending of the happy one. i can make no such promise for the picture you're about to watch. the story isn't over. i remember bringing my father down and he'd gone from
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a man to this almost non human creature. curious, he starts to try to get rid of the equipment that they use to put him in sensory isolation. he's mumbling incoherently, he's trying to remove his goggles. he's trying to remove his costs over and over again that he's been coherent. ah, we trust doctors. we put our lives in there, but some betray that trust. ah, to the last 60 years doctors working to the british and american gulf view, psychological torture to destroy. take your target, jim, can i have your name? been mentally trying to spell me. oh ma'am. i don't know what the mistake is, but i know the way i'm spending that is wrong. to tell the story,
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we need to go back to the 1950s. when scottish psychiatry, doctor, you and cameron experimented on his own patients, me. the paragraph amended change with the enormous amount of world unrest. we are seeing an enormous demand for knowledge concerning effects of stress. the door's locked when this was the agent's heat, identified them soap and the medicine. when they lifted hood of my head, i see andrew steinman in front of me in the middle of the desert, enough kind of stuff. andrew looked into it and nothing. i, we, the british government can do about your situation. you have to cooperate with the americans. they say, what do you think about water voting? i said i like it a lot. i don't think it's stuff. oh no. it's like
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kind of a special responsibility to actively does that mean and opening up this territory. and in the past we have foolishly released hundreds and hundreds of dangerous terrorists only to meet them again on the battlefield. i just signed an order to keep open the detention facilities in guantanamo bay.
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who, a few minutes ago, dr. new and cameron, my chairman of the organizing committee, opens is the 3rd world congress of psychiatry, with these words, these days and hours are the occasions but summing up the termination fire of the imagination and drive us forward in the greatest of endeavour. me to go see the ellen memorial institute, where my father spent on and off for tragic years. me was one year after my bar mitzvah. 14. and i remember the christmas holidays that year with my father pacing, singing
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a sort of crazy song from the i think the 30s called mary dodson. does he go to middle landsey driving over and over and over again. and my being very puzzled and not understanding what was happening to which is how he ended up in 1956. going to see you and cameron at the morial institute, me by far the most chilling experiments we have uncovered, took place at this gothic a state called ravens greg halfway up mount royal and montreal. then the drug began to take hold very rapidly. things became very furry and very frightening. i thought this was the coldest, him, most impersonal treatment that anybody could give to anybody in the world.
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ah, i haven't ever had to talk about this publicly. i don't like to reflect on what happened to her because it breaks my heart. i 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. me. she did suffer from post partum depression, which probably was miss diagnosed. i. my mother was very familiar with mon trills from having lived there. so they chose the ellen i by the 950 s the island memorial institute
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was one of the world leading psychiatric hospitals. it's director to you and cameron was the president of the american canadian and world psychiatric associations. my mother thought dr. cameron, was god my mother thought dr. cameron was got me trying to decide it's such a photograph of camry. you know, it's very interesting that his is the only photograph in which there is no name. and he was the founder of this place, and that odd goes to the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc. the directors somehow do no harm guy forgotten? you and cameron was born in breach of ellen, sterling 91 to some of the presbyterian minister
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cameron soon agree scotland or in 1942, he became an american citizen. ambitious and driven cameron dreamed of winning the nobel prize. his work on the frontier tree for people to say that this is the story of one patient or one family and some people down play it because of that to see this only and simply as a horrendous experience that happened in montreal. 950 is to really missed the big picture. in 1951, britain, america and canada, held a secret meeting in the ritz carlton hotel in montreal. to project the disgust, the 1st was the caea program. sometimes in spite of everything,
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a man can do a falls into the hands of the enemy. if you are an airman whose plane was shot down in enemy territory, the soldiers marines captured income that on the enemy lines your 1st feeling might be one of helplessness. as if suddenly, the whole world had dropped out from under you, leaving you with the enemy's mercy. such a feeling is quite understandable. for a minute or 2 with fear done, the survival, evasion, resistance, and escape. the thought there was a hidden agenda had the meeting. the primary objective was offensive developing techniques could use against captured soviet so as a possibly a mobilization of psychology, department states that research was dominant within the versus for the better part
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of the scene, researches began similar experiments in psychiatric hospital in the u. k. the in the u. s. the cia had over 160 secret projects in 18 institutions. $25000000.00 was allocated to human experimentation. it was code named em. hey, all the dog to cameron's work at the allen memorial institute was one of the largest projects in m. k. ultra. you are an angry person. you are angry at the doctors. you are angry at the nurses. why are you so? is it because you are a to your mother? doctor cameron began trialing, pulse rate to the new tech nurse. why are you so angry?
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because you age your mother. my thought would be forced to listen to these voices. were high voices, low voices, space voices faster, slower because i don't get the me and you seem to be able to manage a good relationship with 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 with one of the
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things that the tape said was you are angry person. you are going to the doctor at the nurses. why are you so angry? because you have your mother and she had to listen to this over and over and over again. i mean, as many hours in a day that she could, ah, what came back was a somnolent, the man who barely could who couldn't really carry on a conversation, who lay down in a couch all day, mostly sleeping, who was a different person, the naval transport bearing 400 of them on korean, prisoners of war docs and san francisco and had seen
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w motion in 1953 americans began returning from the korean war. thousands was suspected of having been brainwashed. ah, communist fear gripped america. we all know the atomic is very dangerous, since it may be used against us, we must get ready for it. with terror can huge opportunity for an unofficial psychiatry, the american government, we're not spending a $1000000000.00 a year on psychological warfare. hundreds of thousands of people with test subject ah brainwashing is so death. there's a master mind behind mind manipulation. ah
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me one of the worst ever mass shoot things in america was in las vegas in 2017. the tragedy a close a little of the real last vegas, where many say elected officials are controlled by casino knows the dangerous shooting. revealed what the l v m p d really is. and now it's part of the stand machine to the american public barely remembers that it happens, but just shows you the power of money in las vegas. the powerful showed that true colors when the pandemic had the most contagious contagion that we've seen in
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decades. and then you have a mayor who doesn't care to, here's caroline goodman, offering the lives of the biggest residents to be the control group. to the shiny facades conceal a deep indifference to the people the vice could have been saved. if they were to take an action, absolutely keep the registering and keep the slot machines doing. they use as a money machine is a huge cash register that is ran by people who don't care about people's lives being lost. join me every 1st day on the alex summon show and i'll be speaking to guess in the world, the politic sport business and show business. i'll see you then me o life for many is appallingly confusing.
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we have a very considerable obligation to undertake social engineering. it will take bold, plumbing and brave hearts to develop this field. you see i use all kinds of exotic techniques. they were convinced that hypnosis could actually work somebody with them up and some must do something that they ordinarily wouldn't do. and then if it's not percenters, then forget all that stuff dr. cameron didn't set out to develop interrogation methods by his techniques prove useful to the cia the 963. many of this psychological experiment, codified for the 1st time in the cuba counter intelligence menu, a c, i a guide on how to torture. the bark is
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a curious name. it's a name for itself, and that was the foundation for the method of psychological interrogation, psychological torture, disseminated within the us intelligence community and worldwide among allies. for the next 30 years, within the decade, britain will be using these techniques on her own stitches and the terrorist campaign continues as an unacceptable level in the 1st 6 months of $971.00 over 300 ripped to northern ireland. the ordinary law cannot be comprehensively or quickly enough with such ruthless viciousness the british government response was to introduce in time without trial. the
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on the 9th of august, 197-1342 people were arrested throughout northern island. suspected terrorist whose 23 years of age 30 in the morning made no mercy of the panama stomach and settled right in the bed . only to discover that there was, i had been awake and been put in the british army, rifle. me in the stomach. at 6 morn, the miller come into the bedroom. she says, and better get up, there's soldiers o'ryan house. the next thing was the stove, gone on the head and told me i was under arrest everybody command? no. tell you what's up. no, no, it stayed there, shootin and bowman. and so many dad in
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the porch were coming in from maria's lake, oregon during the dairy and the c. m. picture was emerging of man being arrested fish. it looked like war wrapped it in belfast, british intelligence, you dr. cameron's experiment in sensory overload and that probation on the irish prison you see coming in and putting a bag ahead, slipped an overall spot on us. spread eagled again in the wall for hours on land. just over my head, such were panic said n like the hell's going on?
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ah, well, you see miss, take me to state, devising message, to essentially destroy personnel to individual by scientific profess attention. one of the 1st to make the connection between them until experiments and interrogation techniques 9 and in 1974, he presented a b, b. c documentary with the irish prisoner who by then had been nicknamed. the hooded men horton was subjected to a technique which is later comes to you, make weekly known as interrogation. in that me, when i just try go to that room most usual at the time. i could feel everything of the different textures of the floor. i finish up with their insistence, not
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a assistance in systems that i have my fingertips against the wall, one with toes and a stress position me and it seems itself to be completely innocuous. all you're doing is leaning forward against the wall. why should this be a problem? the but it is a fall if you have to retain that position, so it becomes extremely painful when it doesn't appear to be painful from the point of view of the lay. observe me. after considerable experimentation, it was fund if individuals was placed without eyes bandage, they would not only pass into a confused and extremely anxious state. but they would show some interesting phenomenon the. and then i start to notice this noise. this have pets, raymond, noise,
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ah, it appears to come in through my hard don't, through my body and through my toes and just chuckles, rate run. and each time it was through the body, it touches every nerve send you in the body where it starts to occupy. my main that takes over my brain, the me, the veracity of this noise. go up and down, go down again. and if you can imagine the inside your home, listen, the lace was a judge, you really the 100 full. ah, they thought the when the killers, a dollars and the rosary on my fingers. and the thing is got that number. that's according less and all that ended up was a let me of him a my
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name is l s. all it was named is ah ah combination procedures which each in itself is extremely simple and extremely cheap to produce. comes from the obstruction from side to work. and the consequence of this that i dude was a long term traumatic us posttraumatic stress disorder, awe on members in the shop. since the end result of this is my death i had dish welcoming of das coleman and bring it sooner rather than later. the mother, i wish they just went everywhere everywhere. betron change or
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i was, i, my wife was fortunate enough to get the phone number in a minister call it northern the she ran. she says, your husband, my husband, take it away. i would like for you to deal asking for is because everybody's an annual. and maria's, she just basically says, these are terrible times on top too many content i in 1971 island took the u. k to the european court. they argued that the men had been tortured by the british. the european court of human rights eventually decided that the hooded men had not been tortured, but instead enjoyed in human and degrading treatment. the
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global precedent set by this 1978 judgment allowed governments around the world to legally seize technique. i i me when the 30th of july, 2011, the 1st re union of the hooted man and 40 years took place here and just move up. this is a photo ross offered this
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we discussed the possibility of you can the game on me? hello, my name's scott mclean, and i'm not a 70 year old grandfather. and 1971. i was one of the hooted man. we went through 9 days of torture and help the hidden men kiss is probably one of the most notorious kisses in human rights jurisprudence. the dogs in the street know about that man. they know what happened to her man and protect her. they know that it was torture. we have documents that make it very clear expressly clear that those the highest level were not only alteration the techniques, but knew exactly what the reason which was of torture. a spoke to all of them in of their experience. all of them seem to come to the white noise motion even than the
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batons and a machine that was used to create white noise. actually cost less than one pined to manufacture the and you see a document and much murder reese had communicated with the british prime minister regarding to torture. when you see the word on paper at that level, you know, that plays have been told, ah, through the act of making art is how i processed my thoughts and ideas. i was thinking about the family tree and i was thinking about in our family, something came in out of left field and broke a branch on our family tree. me
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back in 977. the new york times broke the story of doctor you and cameron c, i a mind control program, me one of the people reading the story was down or the husband the the who's a lot of
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the other stuff and then you need to talk the job. someone actually could be punished, they pay more than that even for job when i'm in a position that we need to make on it for me, which mobile phone bill, and it isn't about what it was working for the day. but it was rekey. i got to know how to use it could put an office me quite a bit as belong to the one to tell you the other way that you would need that
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because that quote should the protestors in london storm the b. b. c's, old headquarters in london. despite the corporation helping move that space from there a decade ago, the demonstrators are angered up the planned vaccination of teenagers on the broadcasters role in promoting it. also had to start to use our, the wife of an alleged us intelligence. all of us are implicated in the death of british motorcyclists hurry, dumb faces, claim she may have been on the phone and distracted when her car plowed into him, we hear from the families adviser about the new developments in the case the other side are being evasive, and inconsistent about.


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