10 POP SONGS THAT THE CIA HAS USED TO TORTURE PRISONERS OF AL QAEDA

Once I went with my ex boyfriend Lorenzo hear Bjork Codroipo (that is, generates its own anagram ...) and after half an hour of trills Miss I thought that nothing in the world is approaching more to torture, if not perhaps know his parents or the drop in movies continues to fall in the sink overnight. I like to think that my reflection was intercepted by the CIA decided to use a fairly limited repertoire of music to torture its prisoners. therefore I can only imagine what he experienced as a prisoner of the CIA, tied up like a salamotto, probably without water, food and hygiene for a few days, has been forced to listen to a loop of the 10 songs below .



Do you believe that it is not really torture? Here is what reveals Sergeant Mark Hadsell, member of the U.S. Psychological Operations team, the effectiveness of skills: " If you play it for 24 hours, your brain and body functions start to slide , your train of thought slows down and your will is broken . That's when we come in and talk to them. " What is most fascinating is the reaction that each song evokes in the prisoner from the madness, despair, the sobs, guilt, a sense of inferiority. I did not think that the evil American could go that far, but after listening to 12 seconds "Meow Theme", I had to think again.


10 POP SONGS THAT THE CIA HAS USED TO TORTURE PRISONERS OF AL QAEDA


1. "The Real Slim Shady" by Eminem




2. "Take Your Best Shot" by Dope




3. "Dirrty" by Christina Aguilera




4. " Zikrayati (My Memories)" by Mohamed el-Qasabgi




5. "Babylon" by David Grey




6., "I Love You" by The Barney Theme




7. "Saturday Night Fever" by the Bee Gees




8. The Meow Mix theme




9. "The Beautiful People" by Marilyn Manson




10. "Fuck Your God" by Deicide

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