Biderman’s Chart of Coercion

 
 

Does the following sound familiar? It should. These are the exact methods that are being used against We the People in the current Covid Psyop. Treated like hostile prisoners of war, and forced into compliance using psychological and physical methods of coercion and outright torture.

This is why nothing the media or government officials say makes any sense. It doesn’t have to. What we are experiencing has nothing to do with health and everything to do with breaking down the individual and forcing a slave mentality on the people. Thus, making them easy to control, compliant and willing to do anything their “handlers,” the government, tells them to do.

Barbara H. Peterson

“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 Chinese and Korean torture on American prisoners of war from the Korean War. The chart lists eight chronological general methods of torture that will psychologically break an individual.

Despite the chart’s original Cold War application, Amnesty International has stated that the Chart of Coercion contains the “universal tools of torture and coercion”. In the early 2000s, the chart was used by American interrogators at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp. It has also been applied to the psychological abuse used by perpetrators of domestic violence.” (Wikipedia)

Chart supplied by Tara Potter

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