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<p>I have become non-consensually wirelessly linked to a computerized control system which is shortly meant for most people throughout the world.    I have been informed by wireless means via this system that I must tow the line.   I understand that the phrase "tow the line" means keep to the letter of the law.   I responded to said wirelessly generated voice as follows "I tow the line and I always have done as far as constitutional law is concerned.  You are attempting to enforce satanic law which is being enforced via advanced technology and which is being generated by unelected individuals who work out of the privately owned United Nations in New York City which in turn is governed by individuals who work inside three small independent sovereign states acting as one unit and they are called The Vatican State, The London Financial District and Washington DC.   They are owned and run by a small group of private individuals who have usurped constitutional laws throughout the world with the aim of eventual total technological enslavement of the rest of the human race."</p>

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Posted on August 14, 2019 by gretta fahey
Constitutional law has been dissolved in the republic of Ireland. Many men and women who live in the Republic of Ireland are being wirelessly tortured by directed energy weapons and other advanced technology while they are inside their own homes . The protocol which is being used against these victims follows well known no-touch torture techniques which are in use in almost every country throughout the world at this time. When they report the matter to the Gardaí they are wrongly psychiatrically evaluated by the attending Gardai as being in need of further psychiatric evaluation and are brought to an attending psychiatrist where more often than not they are send to a psychiatric detention centre. Because of this strategy which is being followed by all of the Irish Gardaí bar none these victims of no-touch torture are now afraid to complain to the Gardaí any more for fear of both psychiatric detention and mandated drugging with highly toxic substances which would lead to brain damage and body damage if continued for a long period of time. Some Gardaí throughout the city of Dublin, Ireland are now enforcing laws which are not constitutional such as visiting the home of a single lady at 11pm one evening to say the following “I saw your light on so I came to see if you were alright.” This Gardaí behaviour is not upholding the constitutional laws of the republic of Ireland. Therefore what laws are the Gardaí of the Republic of Ireland enforcing at this time? Are they new laws which have been given to them from the worldwide central control system which is known as the United Nations. Are the Gardaí now enforcing laws which have been introduced without the permission of the people of the Republic of Ireland. It is unconstitutional and it always has been unconstitutional for an agent of the Irish state to visit the home of a private citizen of the Republic of Ireland without an expressed invitation. I believe that the Irish Gardaí are not been properly introduced to Irish constitutional law at the Irish gardai training college. Who is currently in charge of deciding the Gardaí training curriculum at the Irish Gardaí training college at Templemore, Co. Tipperary?
I have been informed by the unknown neuro operatives who wirelessly implement a no-touch torture program on me that police harassment programs and other harassment programs are being enforced in some areas throughout Great Britain and the Republic of Ireland but not many police are involved and the police who are not involved are not even aware of the existence of these police harassment programs. The police who are being recruited are involved in soft torture and know how to use directed energy weapons and other advanced military weapons. They have been licenced to kill any and all individuals who they wish to kill at their own discretion. They leave no evidence because many of their crimes are carried out wirelessly and from an unknown remote location. The police who are selected to use these no-touch torture wireless weapons have been recruited for many reasons but mostly because advances in neuro science may have identified them as sociopathic and therefore useful in the no-touch torture world.
My name is Gretta Fahey. I live at Newbrook, Claremorris, Co. Mayo, Eircode F12 Y560, Republic of Ireland. I was born at this address and I have lived all of my life in the Republic of Ireland. My landline home phone number is 0949360901. My website where I outline my experiences of more than sixteen years of no-touch torture is called

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The dark side of psychology in abuse and interrogation

A new report uncovers the role of US psychologists in torture and criticizes the American Psychological Association for supporting interrogation in the name of national security

guantanamoThe IMAP/OSF report raises disturbing questions about the role of psychologists in cruel and inhumane treatment of prisoners. Photograph: Bob Strong/Reuters

This week the Institute on Medicine as a Profession (IMAP) and the Open Society Foundations (OSF) have published the most comprehensive study on the role of psychologists in the War on Terror. At 269 pages, the full report is as detailed as it is grim, concluding that American psychologists collaborated extensively with the Department of Defense, the Department of Justice, and the CIA to develop a range of interrogation methods used in Afghanistan, Iraq and Guantánamo Bay.

The list of methods is horrifying: beatings, exposure to extreme cold, shackling, repeated slamming into walls, sleep deprivation, sensory deprivation, exposure to prolonged white noise and yelling, forced nakedness, exploitation of phobias, slaps to the face and abdomen, cramped confinement, prolonged stress positions (such as having hands and feet chained to the floor), forced feeding via gastrointestinal tubing, sexual and religious humiliation, forcible restraint of the head, deprivation of basic items such as sheets, blankets and mattresses (termed "comfort items"), threats to the detainee’s family, asphyxiation, and waterboarding

The report documents how psychologists consulted with the military under the Orwellian euphemism of "safety officers". Their official role was to work in Behavioral Science Consultation Teams to "identify vulnerabilities of detainees and collaborate with interrogators in exploiting them". Psychologists were selected for these positions based on professional training in clinical and forensic psychology. Yet while clearly valuing these qualifications, the military classified the psychologists as "combatants" rather than health practitioners, a move which enabled them to bypass normal ethical standards.

Those ethical standards themselves are unclear. The American Psychological Association (APA) – the official professional body for psychologists in the US – officially rejects torture but it also supports the role of psychologists in interrogation: "It is consistent with the APA Ethics Code for psychologists to serve in consultative roles to interrogation and information-gathering processes for national-security related purposes". The APA has yet to indicate which, if any, of the methods listed in the IMAP/OSF report would be consistent with its ethical policy.

The position of the British Psychological Society is even less clear. On the one hand the Society condemns torture yet at the same time remains silent on whether psychologists can assist with interrogation or other military objectives. As with the APA's policy, the point at which interrogation becomes abuse is left unsaid, the boundaries of unethical conduct given room to move.

The report makes a number of concrete recommendations, calling for US president Barack Obama to apply more strict prohibitions on the use of "sleep deprivation, isolation, exploitation of fear, and other interrogation methods that violate international standards". It also urges the APA to clarify its ethical policy and "repudiate the report of its Presidential Task Force…that condones the participation of psychologists in interrogation".

These are undoubtedly vital reforms, but the facts uncovered by this study raise even more fundamental questions. In the quest for national security, is there a genuine balance to be met between the ideologies of "do no harm" and "prevent harm being done"? At what point (if any) is it morally acceptable for psychologists to be deployed as weapons of war? As important as it is for the psychological profession to clarify its policies on these issues, it is also not for psychologists alone to provide the answers. That responsibility is shared by all citizens of a free society.

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