The U.S. government is still afraid to reveal the full extent of torture used on terror suspects in the years following the 9/11 attacks, but do the American people even care anymore?
A recent report by The New York Times explores the case of Majid Khan, a prisoner of the United States who plead guilty to being a courier for Al Qaeda. Khan is a Pakistani citizen who spent seven years in Baltimore before being kidnapped by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in 2003, where he faced various forms of torture. Since Khan’s first court appearance in 2003, the U.S. government has sought to keep the details of his torture secret….
WTF does it take to wake people up that this DID NOT start with 9/11. In all likelihood it predated WWII. The methods used and the range of people targeted (like children of suspects, or just random people off the street) are far more horrifying than normal people can comprehend. And it has as more to do with terrorizing target populations and brainwashing captives for use in future kamikaze operations (false flag terrorists to order) http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2015/05/interview-with-mind-control-victim-used-to-blackmail-politicians-as-a-child/ https://worldview.stratfor.com/article/prison-training-ground-terrorists than with interrogation, for which it is known to be practically useless unless you want to cook up “intelligence” to boost your budget. http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2017/12/us-torture-continues-at-guantanamo-bay/ http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2013/01/cia-social-engineers-pushing-public-acceptance-of-torture/
The american public is still in total denial about this entrenched and longstanding criminal apparatus, which will certainly be unleashed domestically when the economy goes to hell as a consequence of deliberate government policy, in keeping with the covert agenda for global government.
The medical war on children and families in this country is part and parcel of this same agenda, since empires need hordes of barbarians in their wars of conquest. http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2014/02/the-war-on-empathy-love-and-family/