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Created: Tuesday, 28 February 2006 Written by Chato
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Halliburton/KBR stooge, Uncle Suckhole explains. "I deplore brutality," he said.
"It's not efficient. On the other
hand, prolonged mistreatment, short
of physical violence, gives rise,
when skillfully applied, to anxiety
and a feeling of special guilt. A
few rules or rather guiding
principles are to be borne in mind.
The subject must not realize that
the mistreatment is a deliberate
attack of an anti-human enemy on
his personal identity. He must be
made to feel that he deserves any
treatment he receives because there
is something (never specified)
horribly wrong with him. The naked
need of the control addicts must be
decently covered by an arbitrary
and intricate bureaucracy so that
the subject cannot contact his
enemy direct."

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