Lockdowns vs Albert Biderman’s chart of coercion

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Lockdown (prison term) rules are a 1-on-1 match with Albert Biderman’s chart of coercion [backup]. Biderman’s chart has been in wide use in the military to break the spirit of war prisoners.

When we strip away all the euphemisms around lockdowns, it boils down to government mandated torture of the population.

Biderman’s chart of coercion compared to lockdown rules.
Amazing Polly analyzes the striking simularities between lockdown rules and Biderman’s chart of coercion. [BitChute]


  1. Of course it does. I have been forced to wear a mask to places I depend on in my life.

  2. Hello! Do you use Twitter? Id like to follow you if that would be okay. Im undoubtedly enjoying your blog and look forward to new updates.

    • I’m not on Twitter.
      I tried to register an account for WT but Twitter was blocking me.
      I don’t remember exactly, it could be they were asking a phone number to register.
      I don’t give my phone number to big tech.

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