Kids Learning Helplessness and Bondage for Fun?

Seriously?  Duct tape?   What does this teach kids about giving up?  About allowing themselves to be lured into dangerous situations?   About being dominated and helpless?  The parallel with imprinted isolation, sensory deprivation, stress and immobility (swaddling) routinely carried out against helpless babies in american obstetrical wards is remarkable, as is the CIA’s psychological torture technique documented in Alfred McCoy’s book “A Question of Torture”.  Is this another instance of elite social engineering, preparing us for the “externalization of the hierarchy” in the same way our public schools are preparing kids to live in a police state?

As far as I can tell this was introduced into the world in january 2001:

I came across a picture on the internet that was very concerning and disturbing to me.  It was a picture of a little boy, about 4 or 5 years old, Duct Taped to a board, crucifixion style. Many scenarios flooded my mind.  Was this a case of bondage, torture, satanic ritual child abuse, kidnapping, punishment?  After further research, I discovered that it is part of a “game” called the Duct Tape Challenge that is popular throughout this country and the world, where the participant is tightly bound with duct tape, “Bondage Style”, then challenged to break free in a designated allotment of time.

Upon further investigation, I found this form of “grooming” to be highly promoted in schools, colleges, daycare centers and group homes.  Children are very impressionable and I must say creative because they go home and allow themselves to be taped to trees, chairs, ceilings, boiler room pipes, anything they can think of while recording it and posting to social media for the world to see. When you send your “little darlins” off to school, do you expect them to get an education and discover their creativity in a safe environment where they will be looked after and treated like the “Precious Gifts from God” that they are, or are you happy with the fact that they are being indoctrinated into accepting behavior that was considered unacceptable by past generations?  The teenage brain is not yet fully developed: the prefrontal cortex is an area associated with inhibition of risky behavior and is the last to develop.  The deeper brain structures respond to hormones with enhanced emotions often winning out over reason; meaning they impulsively act without thinking of the consequences of their actions.  This is where “adult guidance” and supervision need to be present in the lives of our children.

You can be sure, if I were to pick up my child after school and found him or her duct taped to a wall or pole with hands and feet bound behind their backs, defenseless, dangling off the ground, gagged with duct tape across their mouth….I would not consider that a modern day “game” but the subject of a law suit.  This “Challenge” is “grooming” our youth into accepting victimhood. This is normalizing child abduction and child abuse of all types right up to pedophilia and Satanic Ritual Child Abuse.  It is not acceptable for a parent or educator to promote “Bondage” in children.  Period.  Let the recent case of the abducted New Britain girl, who was repeatedly raped and held against her will for over a week, be a lesson to you.  And for the Local Villagers that will bastardize me over exposing THIS truth, what are YOU hiding?  Why so defensive?

Independent thought and common sense are being genetically modified out of our specie by design, and replaced with “Subliminal Mind Control”.  While school personnel are promoting this “Fun” activity, Dr Flaura Winston, scientific director of the Children’s Hospital of the Philadelphia’s Center for Injury Research and Prevention considers it “a dangerous social media trend with possibilities for deadly consequences”. Skylar Fish, 14, decided to take the challenge and cracked his skull open on a concrete floor, shattering his eye socket and cheek bone and caused him to have an aneurysm.  He went into seizures, choking up blood and when the doctors finally resurrected him from near death, he was left with 48 staples in his head, a lengthy stay in Seattle Children’s Hospital, and his mother was honored with a mutant hospital bill and a GoFundMePage.  

Adults are also taking part in the Duct Tape Challenge, making videos of their wives, girlfriends and children being wrapped into bondage with duct tape, putting them up on youtube and social media for the world to see.  Key words here, “for the world to see”.  They even narrate the capture and defilement of their children, mentioning them by name, within the narrative, leaving clues as to where they live.  Fathers are filming the chasing and capture of their children through various rooms of the house, giving the world a layout of every door, window and staircase.  Do you see where I am going with this?

When you upload a video to youtube and you are treating your family members like cattle, sacrificial lambs to the slaughter, taping them up and gagging them, leaving them defenseless, you never know who is watching.  People are posting “Bondage Pictures” of babies, even the family pet, to Facebook, Instagram and other forums of social media and they are being admired by persons of perversion; kidnappers, pedophiles, child molesters and perverts who get sexually aroused just to see pictures of people in restraints, offering them to the world as “prey”.  John Clark, by the grace of God, rescued his 18-year-old daughter from human traffickers after she was “groomed” for 2 years on Snapchat. Feeling that the police were not working fast enough, he hired a private investigation firm and his daughter was one of the lucky ones.

Dottie Laster, an advocate against human trafficking warns about children being groomed, lured and recruited on line based on pictures children post to social media.  Once they are abducted, they are worth $150,000 to $300,000 per year on the sex market, so groomers are going to put in the time to get to know your child, where they live and frequent and that is all that is needed for a child to go missing.  All it takes is the right picture posted to social media.  A young girl bound and gagged with duct tape is good advertising.  The internet has become the “Predator’s Playground”.

The National Institute for Missing Children estimates 800,000 children go missing a year.  Here is a visual for you.  It is Summertime.  Children are outside playing.  A van pulls up and a man gets out and says, “hey kids, I am having a Duct Tape Challenge, who wants to play?  And away they go.  Your children are being “groomed” for this.  They are comfortable with it.  If the teachers take part in this, then strangers must be OK.  It’s Fun!

Kayla Hamm and her boyfriend took pictures of Kayla’s 2-year-old son after they duct taped him to the wall.  The pictures were seen by a friend who showed them to the Beatrice, Nebraska Police Department who paid the couple a visit and asked Kayla to explain the pictures.  Kayla said she thought it was a fun-thing to do, but prosecutor Randall Ritnour considered it child abuse and Gage County District Court Judge Paul Korslund said, “It’s a matter of common sense that a parent would protect her child from humiliation and abuse.  And why that occurred is something we’re all asking ourselves.”  Kayla was convicted of child abuse and her son was taken from her and prosecutors investigated a separate case to determine whether she should continue to retain custody.

A Chicago father, Andre Curry, was arrested for child abuse after posting a photo to facebook of his two-year-old daughter bound with duct tape around her wrists and ankles and with duct tape across her mouth.  But the pictures that disgusted me the most was that of a 2-month-old baby whose grandmother duct taped a pacifier to her mouth and across her face.  If that was not bad enough, she photographed the baby in a roasting pan with carrots and potatoes and posted the pictures to social media, where it received a reaction of outrage and police and social services showed up at her door.  Wait, it gets worse…..

….the police and social services left without making an arrest because the woman said she would never do it again.  She said the pictures were a “joke” and her and her husband are HORRIFIED that people would make a big deal out of it….making her and her husband, now, the victims.  She said her prop photos are getting blown out of proportion because it started as a joke and they were being silly and people know that they  play around like that. I must say, to me, they sound like practicing Satanists.  Putting your granddaughter in a roasting pan with vegetables is not my idea of being cute, but an indication that maybe the police need to investigate them and their silly ways a little better.  The child’s mother said she has no problem with the photos.  She, along with her parents, really need to be investigated to make sure they are psychologically fit to provide proper care for that 2-month-old baby.

People are even duct taping their dogs and posting the pictures to social media.  And THIS the officials refuse to tolerate, and arrests are made without question or excuse.  So, what does this tell us?  Our society holds dogs in higher regard than our children?  Parents get arrested for duct taping their children, but schools and educators do not?  We really need to start thinking in a more responsible fashion and not just blindly follow current trends.  We need to treat our children with respect instead of imprinting their minds that being tied up and gagged is acceptable behavior and fun.

When I see these pictures and videos of the “Duct Tape Challenge” I think of little Johnny Gosch, his mother Noreen and what they went through in the 1980’s when little Johnny was kidnapped on his paper route and landed in a child trafficking ring in Nebraska, connected to the Franklin Credit Union Scandal.  I think of seeing pictures of Johnny and other boys bound and gagged and restrained in a way where they could not move for hours and days. This is a tactic of child traffickers and Satanist, to bind the child for long periods of time to weaken their bodies and mind by putting strain on the muscles and joints and fracturing the mind, resulting in altering memory, just for starters.  Being bound and gagged in this manner is considered a form of torture among other things.

Parents, grandparents and institutions of learning who think duct taping children to the point where they cannot move or talk is fun, need to be investigated.  Police departments that think a picture of a child on the internet bound and gagged is just innocent fun needs to be re-educated.  There is so much perversion in this world being normalized and legitimized, that it is obvious to me that the Duct Tape Challenge was a “grooming” psyop to brainwash people into thinking this is acceptable and fun. And it is working.

A few people in town got on Face Book and, in an unattractive way, wondered why I switched from environmental issues to political issues.  The truth be known, they are all connected.  How do you think the population got so “stupid” and perverse?  People are being chemically “dummied-down” intentionally and “Mind Controlled” by the MSM and the educational system.  Stay tuned………..