The Sequel To The Fall of The Cabal – Part 25 – 5 Oct 2022 | Janet Ossebaard
Covid-19 was not a killer virus. The MSM was the real virus. When the CDC, NHS, and other ‘health care' organisations did a recount of the amount of deaths truly connected to Covid-19, it turned out to be nothing more than a mild flu.
How did the authorities brainwash the people into believing their lies? By means of an effective torture program, as confirmed by Amnesty International and others. Eight ways to effectively torture people into obedience had been let loose on the population. Most people succumbed. Don't miss this episode in order to understand how the human mind works and how it could ever get to this point.
Part 25: this is the eighth episode about Covid-19, the biggest medical scam of all times.
By Janet Ossebaard & Cyntha Koeter.
Biderman's Chart of Coercion
Biderman's Chart of Coercion, also called Biderman's Principles, is a table developed by sociologist Albert Biderman in 1957 to illustrate the methods of torture on American prisoners of war.
The chart lists eight chronological general methods of torture that will psychologically break an individual. This tool is designed to demonstrate and explain the coercive methods of stress manipulation used in torture. These methods are used to create fear and submission, feelings of anxiety and despair are encouraged to motivate people to comply and eliminate resistance.
|Effect and Purpose
|Deprives victim of all social support of their ability to resist.
Develops an intense concern with self (this could be home environment).
Makes victim dependent.
|Complete solitary confinement.
Complete or partial isolation.
|Monopolisation of Perception
|Fixes attention upon immediate predicament.
Eliminates information not in compliance with demands. Punishes independence and /or resistance.
Darkness or Bright light Restricted movement.
|Humiliation and Degradation
|Makes resistance more ‘costly' than compliance.
‘Animal Level' concerns.
|Personal hygiene prevented.
Demeaning Punishments Insults and taunts.
Denial of Privacy.
|Weakens mental and physical ability to resist.
Prolonged. interrogation Overexertion.
|Creates anxiety and despair Outlines cost of non-compliance.
|Threats to kill.
Threats of abandonment/non- return.
Threats against family.
Mysterious changes of treatment.
|Positive motivation for compliance.
Hinders adjustment to deprivation.
Rewards for partial compliance.
|Suggests futility of resistance.
Showing complete control over victims face.
|Forcing trivial Develops
|habit of compliance.
|Enforcement of ‘rules' demands.
Sources and links
Source: Biderman's Chart of Coercion