[Mostly done to produce patsies for Terrorism Inc.  The best example of the use of torture is Rudolf Hoess upon which most of the Auschwitz Hoax rests. The only reason we see pictures of torture is because it's part of their Trauma programming.  Early torture if euphemistically called Circumcision and Early Cord Clamping, part of Evil's Suppressing sexuality for mind control purposes.  The main exponents of torture are the 'Intelligence Agencies', they carry out the mind control which is based on early Sodomy of children, and torture to create multiple personalities or psychics (see: MK Ultra Smith, Springmeier, Ford, O’Brien.]

Trauma programming

Assassin and torture Manuals
Holocaust witness torture
Sodomic mind control

McCoy, Alfred W.

CIA whistleblower John Kiriakou speaks out  The goal really of the Justice Department is to ruin the whistleblower personally, professionally, and financially. I hadn’t thought that through, and that’s exactly what happened to me. But again, it’s opened up a whole new world for me in the realm of human right and civil liberties.

[2014 Dec] Were NATO Dogs Used to Rape Afghan Prisoners at Bagram Air Base?

[vid] Professor McCoy Exposes the History of CIA Interrogation TRANSCRIPT   if you look at the most famous of photographs from Abu Ghraib, of the Iraqi standing on the box, arms extended with a hood over his head and the fake electrical wires from his arms, okay? In that photograph you can see the entire 50-year history of C.I.A. torture. It’s very simple. He’s hooded for sensory disorientation, and his arms are extended for self-inflicted pain. And those are the two very simple fundamental C.I.A. techniques, developed at enormous cost.
    From 1950 to 1962, the C.I.A. ran a massive research project, a veritable Manhattan Project of the mind, spending over $1 billion a year to crack the code of human consciousness, from both mass persuasion and the use of coercion in individual interrogation. And what they discovered — they tried LSD, they tried mescaline, they tried all kinds of drugs, they tried electroshock, truth serum, sodium pentathol. None of it worked. What worked was very simple behavioral findings, outsourced to our leading universities — Harvard, Princeton, Yale and McGill — and the first breakthrough came at McGill. And it’s in the book. And here, you can see the — this is the — if you want show it, you can. That graphic really shows —- that’s the seminal C.I.A. experiment done in Canada and McGill University.

[2011] My critics ignored evidence of torture in Mau Mau detention camps

[2014 April] Sarah Palin says 'waterboarding is how we’d baptize terrorists' if she were President

Moazzam Begg’s arrest: A Torture Cover-Up

Caged in the USA : Torture in America’s many prisons

[2013 March] BBC documentary reveals American colonel who trained Iraqi torturers

[2013 Feb] 'US a police state, Obama consciously allows torture' – CIA veteran John Kiriakou  I think that president Obama just like president Bush has made a conscious decision to allow the torturers, to allow the people who conceived of the tortures and implemented the policy, to allow the people who destroyed the evidence of the torture and the attorneys who used specious legal analysis to approve of the torture to walk free. And I think that once this decision has been made – that’s the end of it and nobody will be prosecuted, except me....When I returned from Pakistan to CIA headquarters early in the summer 2002, I was asked by a senior officer in the CIA’s counter-terrorist center if I wanted to be trained in the use of torture techniques, and I told him that I had a moral problem with these techniques. I believed that they were wrong and I didn’t want to have anything to do with the torture program.



[vid] MKULTRA survivor speaks 1 of 2

[2011 Aug] All Genital Mutilations Are Torture by James W. Prescott, PhD

The torture question   as for the torture question it seems obvious to any sentient citizen that its true agenda lies in the States' power over its people, and certainly not in protecting the "homeland."

National Security Agency (NSA) - Part 1. Citadel of evil by Steven J. Smith
National Security Agency (NSA) - Part 2. A prison for the mind by Steven J. Smith
National Security Agency (NSA) - Part 3. Collateral damage by Steven J. Smith

[2010 Oct] Humiliate, strip, threaten: UK military interrogation manuals discovered  The British military has been training interrogators in techniques that include threats, sensory deprivation and enforced nakedness in an apparent breach of the Geneva conventions,

[2010 Feb] Torture and the shame of MI5: Top judge says security service is dubious and untruthful

[2010] Controversial MK ULTRA Drug Given to All Guantanamo Detainees Akin to "Pharmacologic Waterboarding"   The Defense Department forced all "war on terror" detainees at the Guantanamo Bay prison to take a high dosage of a controversial antimalarial drug, mefloquine, an act that an Army public health physician called "pharmacologic waterboarding." The US military administered the drug despite Pentagon knowledge that mefloquine caused severe neuropsychiatric side effects, including suicidal thoughts, hallucinations and anxiety. The drug was used on the prisoners whether they had malaria or not.

[2009 May] Democrats were routinely briefed on Bush’s torture techniques

[2009 May] Why Obama Is Blocking Torture Pics "the photos show both US and Iraqi soldiers raping teenage boys in front of their mothers"

[2009 May] US interrogators may have killed dozens, human rights researcher and rights group say


CIA and Assassinations: The Guatemala 1954 Documents by Kate Doyle and Peter Kornbluh

[2009 April] Senate Report: Rice, Cheney OK'd CIA Use of Waterboarding

[2009 April] Four CIA Chiefs Said 'Don't Reveal Torture Memos'

[2007] TORTURE VIDEO: What The CIA Doesn't Want You to Know

[2004] Roots of Abu Ghraib in CIA techniques Last April when Americans found themselves looking at photographs of U.S. soldiers abusing naked and hooded Iraqis at Abu Ghraib prison, it’s a safe bet that most didn’t realize they were looking at torture techniques refined by the Central Intelligence Agency over the last half century.

[2004] US general linked to Abu Ghraib abuse

[2000] The CIA in Latin America By Tom Blanton

[1997] Torture was taught by CIA; Declassified manual details the methods used in Honduras; Agency denials refuted

[1996] U.S. Instructed Latins on Executions, Torture

Attending Physician: Jimi Hendrix was WATERBOARDED to Death w/Red Wine

See: Phoenix programme  Psychopaths 

The Suppressed Fact: 100 Deaths by U.S. Torture


Broken Laws, Broken Lives -- Medical Evidence of Torture by U.S. Personnel and Its Impact, A Report by Physicians for Human Rights     

Bart Osborn (whose agent net Stein inherited) is more specific. “I never knew in the course of all those operations any detainee to live through his interrogation,” Osborn testified before Congress in 1971. “They all died. There was never any reasonable establishment of the fact that any one of those individuals was, in fact, cooperating with the VC, but they all died and the majority were wither tortured to death or things like thrown out of helicopters.” [book extract] The My Lai Massacre and The “Tiger Cages” by Douglas Valentine

They need torture as a tool to produce confessed patsies for future false flag operations. Torture serves their depraved need to persuade innocent people to confess to crimes they did not commit and convince those patsies to accuse other innocent patsies of being their co-conspirators. [2012 Book] 9/11–Enemies Foreign and Domestic by Edward Hendrie

As for the American role, according to Muldoon, "you can't have an American there all the time watching these things." "These things" included: rape, gang rape, rape using eels, snakes, or hard objects, and rape followed by murder; electrical shock ("the Bell Telephone Hour") rendered by attaching wires to the genitals or other sensitive parts of the body, like the tongue; "the water treatment"; "the airplane," in which a prisoner's arms were tied behind the back and the rope looped over a hook on the ceiling, suspending the prisoner in midair, after which he or she was beaten; beatings with rubber hoses and whips; and the use of police dogs to maul prisoners. All this and more occurred in PICs. The Phoenix Program by Douglas Valentine  p.85

Page 63 (hardcover edition)
"Now everyone knows about the airborne interrogation—taking three people up in a chopper, taking one guy and saying. Talk,' then throwing him out before he even gets the chance to open his mouth. Well, we wrapped det [detonator] cord around their necks and wired them to the detonator box. And basically what it did was blow their heads off. The interrogator would tell the translator, usually a South Vietnamese intelligence officer, 'Ask him this.' He'd ask him, 'Who gave you the gun?' And the guy would start to answer, or maybe he wouldn't—maybe he'd resist—but the general idea was to waste the first two. They planned the snatches that way. Pick up this guy because we're pretty sure he's VC cadre—these other two guys just run errands for him. Or maybe they're nobody; Tran, the farmer, and his brother Nguyen. But bring in two. Put them in a row. By the time you get to your man, he's talking so fast you got to pop the weasel just to shut him up." After a moment's silence he added, "I guess you could say that we wrote the book on terror." The Phoenix Program by Douglas Valentine

The Bush administration approved the use of waterboarding, a technique in which a suspect was strapped to a board, his feet raised above his head, and his face covered with a wet cloth as interrogators poured water over it. The body responds as if it is drowning, over and over as the process is repeated. "We find that the use of the waterboard constitutes a threat of imminent death," Justice Department attorneys wrote. "From the vantage point of any reasonable person undergoing this procedure in such circumstances, he would feel as if he is drowning at the very moment of the procedure due to the uncontrollable physiological sensation he is experiencing." [2009 April] Four CIA Chiefs Said 'Don't Reveal Torture Memos'

[vid] Professor McCoy Exposes the History of CIA Interrogation  TRANSCRIPT Now, one of the things that Donald Rumsfeld did, right at the start of the war of terror, in late 2002, he appointed General Geoffrey Miller to be chief at Guantanamo, alright, because the previous commanders at Guantanamo were too soft on the detainees, and General Miller turned Guantanamo into a de facto behavioral research laboratory, a kind of torture research laboratory. And under General Miller at Guantanamo, they perfected the C.I.A. torture paradigm. They added two key techniques. They went beyond the universal sensory receptors of the original research. They added to it an attack on cultural sensitivity, particularly Arab male sensitivity to issues of gender and sexual identity.
    And then they went further still. Under General Miller, they created these things called "Biscuit" teams, behavioral science consultation teams, and they actually had qualified military psychologists participating in the ongoing interrogation, and these psychologists would identify individual phobias, like fear of dark or attachment to mother, and by the time we’re done, by 2003, under General Miller, Guantanamo had perfected the C.I.A. paradigm, and it had a three-fold total assault on the human psyche: sensory receptors, self-inflicted pain, cultural sensitivity, and individual fears and phobia.

On August 25, 1970, an article appeared in The New York Times hinting that the CIA, through Phoenix, was responsible for My Lai. The story line was advanced on October 14, when defense attorneys for David Mitchell — a sergeant accused and later cleared of machine-gunning scores of Vietnamese in a drainage ditch in My Lai — citing Phoenix as the CIA’s “systematic program of assassination,” named Evan Parker as the CIA officer who “signed documents, certain blacklists,” of Vietnamese to be assassinated in My Lai. When we spoke, Parker denied the charge.
......As in any large-scale Phoenix operation, two of Task Force Barker’s companies cordoned off the hamlet while a third one — Calley’s — moved in, clearing the way for Kotouc and Special Branch officers who were “brought to the field to identify VC from among the detained inhabitants.” .....The CIA, via Phoenix, not only perpetrated the My Lai massacre but also concealed the crime.
....As Jeff Stein said, “The first thing you learn in the Army is not competence, you learn corruption. And you learn ‘to get along, go along.’”  Unfortunately not everyone learns to get along. On September 3, 1988, Robert T’Souvas was apparently shot in the head by his girl friend, after an argument over a bottle of vodka. The two were homeless, living out of a van they had parked under a bridge in Pittsburgh. T’Souvas was a Vietnam veteran and a participant in the My Lai massacre.
.....T’Souvas’s attorney, George Davis, traveled to Da Nang in 1970 to investigate the massacre and while there was assigned as an aide a Vietnamese colonel who said that the massacre was a Phoenix operation and that the purpose of Phoenix was “to terrorize the civilian population into submission.”
    Davis told me: “When I told the people in the War Department what I knew and that I would attempt to obtain all records on the program in order to defend my client, they agreed to drop the charges.”
.....Bart Osborn (whose agent net Stein inherited) is more specific. “I never knew in the course of all those operations any detainee to live through his interrogation,” Osborn testified before Congress in 1971. “They all died. There was never any reasonable establishment of the fact that any one of those individuals was, in fact, cooperating with the VC, but they all died and the majority were wither tortured to death or things like thrown out of helicopters.” [book extract] The My Lai Massacre and The “Tiger Cages” by Douglas Valentine

Demonstrator Maboud Ebrahimzadeh is held down during a simulation of waterboarding outside the Justice Department in Washington (Reuters / Jim Young)