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Silent-Massacre by Max H. Williams

By Max H. Williams
What This Book Is About
This book is about torture--physical and neurological torture. However, there is a particular twist to the torture that I describe: it is conducted by remote. So, no visible attackers; no visible weapons; no known motive, and usually no visible marks on the victims. The attackers commit the perfect crime.
Wait! There is also another twist. Usually torture is conducted on prisoners of war by foreign captors. The torture portrayed in this book is carried out on civilians by or with the consent of their own government! Throughout this book, I make the point that if the U.S. Government does not actually engage in the torture, it nevertheless condones it and aids and protects the torturers.
Victims represent the entire American population. They include both genders and all ages from very young children to the very elderly. They also include all races, ethnicities, levels of education, professions/occupations, religions, philosophies, states of health, political leanings, economic statuses, social strata, and life styles. Many of the victims are veterans. I am one of those victims.
Victims range from the barely literate to the PhDs, from the atheistic or agnostic to the piously religious, from the welfare recipient to the well off, from the apolitical to the zealously partisan, and from single people of various life styles to the family-focused patriarchs and matriarchs.
There appears to be no commonality that links the victims except that they are all victims of torture. Estimates of the numbers of victims range from 400,000 to several million. Probably nobody, including the attackers, knows the exact number.
Many victims believe that the torture stems from human experimentation conducted by U.S.
Government agencies, notably the CIA and the FBI, pharmaceutical companies, the military, and scientists working for the government. Documents obtained through the Freedom of
Information Act (FOIA), expert witness testimony before Congress, descriptions of patents, and credible publications attest that the government has engaged in human experimentation for many years, particularly since World War II. Experimental mind control programs such as
MKULTRA, conducted by the CIA in the U.S. and Canada from the 1950s to the 1970s, are now well known. Those crimes against humanity are still going on; however, today they are carried out in a large conspiratorial secrecy, they use more sophisticated devices/methods, and the perpetrators are protected now by law—the Patriot Act.
Non-consensual human experimentation constitutes torture. That principle was established in
Nuremberg right after WWII, when the Allies, led largely by the Americans, tried, convicted, and hanged and imprisoned German leaders for their roles in human experimentation and other crimes. Ironically, at the very time the trials were being conducted, the Americans were carrying out secret medical experiments on Guatemalans. Since the promulgation of the
Nuremberg Code, additional international acts have condemned non-consensual experimentation and torture: the Geneva Conventions and Accords, including the Convention

Against Torture, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, the Statute of the
International Criminal Court, and others.
Moreover, most countries have national laws against torture. Although the United States has laws against torture, it does not have ironclad laws defining human experimentation and making it illegal. Congress pays no heed to requests for such laws, which then allows human experimentation to continue with impunity. The torture also emerges during a period in U.S. history when a united citizenry is most needed against many chilling challenges from within and from abroad.
Torture in the USA is particularly disturbing in that the United States of America touts itself as the Great Defender of universal human rights. The U.S. can no longer justifiably criticize other countries for their human rights violations. The official stance by the U.S. Government on human rights is duplicitous and proves that the USA simply uses human rights as a political tool.
Carrying out 24/7 surveillance and remote torture on victims is costly. My attackers stated to me though our mutual telepathic communication system (much more about that later) that they had already spent over two million dollars on me. That was about two years ago. If the
U.S. Government is indeed involved, the money used for torture is taxpayer money. Thus, the irony is that victims of torture are paying for their own torture.
All of this is happening while today’s reality of the United States unfolds. Consider the following distressing data:

Confidence in the U.S. system of government has dropped to a new low in more than 35 years . . . .” (Gary Langer, “Economy, Gas, Partisanship and War Gang Up on Confidence in
Government,” March 15, 2011);
HYPERLINK " economy-fuels-volatility-in-the-2012-race.html?_r=1&hp" \t "_blank" recent New York
Times/CBS News poll shows that 89 percent of Americans surveyed distrust government to do the right thing, and that 84 percent disapprove of Congress.” (Sean Patrick, “
Distrust Government, Disapprove of Congress,” October 25, 2011);
Ex-con superlobbyist Jack Abramoff, in his book on lobbying, describes the U.S. Government as a “corrupted system.”
“Nearly one in six in poverty in the U.S.; children hit hard, Census says.” (Michael A. Fletcher,
September 13, 2011 in The Washington Post 09/13/2011) About one out of every seven
Americans receives public food assistance. This is happening while the U.S. spends billions on meaningless and solutionless wars.
“Census shows 1 in 2 people are poor or low-income” (Hope Yen, Associated Press,
December 15, 2011)
The U.S. public debt on November 26, 2011 is $15,044.384,404,021. “The estimated population of the United States is 311,739,687 so each citizen's share of this debt is $48,259.45. The National Debt has continued to increase an average of $3.97 billion per day since September 28, 2007!” (Online U.S.

“The gap between the top 1% and everyone else [the 99%] hasn't been this bad since the Roaring Twenties.” (Business Insider, November/December 2010)
Due largely to the controlled U.S. media, the general public is not widely aware of the human rights violations that take place in the United States. In addition, law enforcement either knowingly or unwittingly cooperates with the attackers in labeling complainants mental cases and not investigating their complaints. On top of that, state legislatures and Congress and the entire court system do nothing for the victims or against the attackers. If the media, law enforcement, the legislatures, and the courts willfully cooperate with the attackers, as appears almost certain, their actions constitute one of the largest and most widespread conspiracies of all times, truly the great conspiracy.

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