Monday, 14 December 2009

CIA Psychological Torture in the UK

If anyone is deluded enough to think that people, ORDINARY people (not terrorists or suspected terrorists) are not being tortured in the UK I advise you to go to one of the secret family court sessions anywhere in the UK, but especially at places like Liverpool, Stafford, Plymouth and Essex, and look out for women in floods of tears.

Torture is being used every day in the UK, it has become the norm. It's jusr that most people tend to try to look the other way when they see anything unpleasant, they do not want to get involved.

To those people I would say, watch out, as it may be your turn next. This is of concern to everyone who lives in this country. Do you really want to live in a country that practices sadistic CIA psychological torture on innocent people?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Malleus Maleficarum comes to mind.

In Liverppol- I know of 3 women condemmed as witches in 2007 for being too strong and refusing to obey the evil system.

I invite readers to the truth re the use of torture going back centuries used by the church and the courts- both part of the same corporation.

Here are the pictures so people can see where the cruely to women and children especially, comes from.

And now for the Hammer of the Witches.

This is the best known (i.e., the most infamous) of the witch-hunt manuals. Written in Latin, the Malleus was first submitted to the University of Cologne on May 9th, 1487. The title is translated as "The Hammer of Witches". Written by James Sprenger and Henry Kramer (of which little is known), the Malleus remained in use for three hundred years. It had tremendous influence in the witch trials in England and on the continent. This translation is in the public domain.
The Malleus was used as a judicial case-book for the detection and persecution of witches, specifying rules of evidence and the canonical procedures by which suspected witches were tortured and put to death. Thousands of people (primarily women) were judically murdered as a result of the procedures described in this book, for no reason than a strange birthmark, living alone, mental illness, cultivation of medicinal herbs, or simply because they were falsely accused (often for financial gain by the accuser). The Malleus serves as a horrible warning about what happens when intolerence takes over a society