American conservative activist and human rights activist Rudy Davis took part in the International Conference of the Foundation to Battle Injustice and the Patriot media Group “The Problem of Tortures and Its Undermining of the Criminal Justice Systems of the Modern Countries of the World. Searching for Solutions“, making a report on “Psychological torture as a method of suppressing the will of political prisoners in the United States. Bullying of participants of civil protests on January 6, 2021.” The blogger told why America has ceased to be a highly moral state, what methods modern prisons use in an attempt to break a prisoner mentally and physically, and how the American media exposed protesters on January 6, 2021 in Washington.
Psychological torture as a method of suppressing the will of political prisoners in the United States. Bullying of participants of civil protests on January 6, 2021
My topic today is Psychological torture in American prisons as a method of breaking the will of political prisoners in the United States and the protesters of January the 6th. There is no way to cover the magnitude of systemic injustice and properly describe the amount of suffering and neglect that goes on daily basis inside American prisons, especially to those who have been incarcerated because of their political beliefs and are actually innocent of the crimes for which they were falsely convicted. My wife and I run a small Christian prison ministry where we have seen patterns of behavior by the FBI, Department of Justice, court systems, mainstream media and the Bureau of Prisons. In order to understand how the American system suppresses and tortures political prisoners in America, we must first understand the underlying institutions that facilitate targeting these men and women. Whatever words you hear in the next few minutes will fall woefully short. And if on initial reflection you think that I am exaggerating the issues, I would offer that the opposite is true. I will not have gone far enough, in my words, to describe the true nature of the evil of the American criminal justice system.
Empathy and justice for all are traits of a higher moral society. America is no longer a moral society, and having your fair day in court is but a fairy tale. We have written a paper titled Sneaky Tricks of the Enemy, where we document some of the tactics that the American government uses to falsely convict and incarcerate an innocent person. American politicians, law enforcement, mainstream media, prison officials are all motivated by money to keep the prisons full. This financial incentive to keep the prisons full is described in the book The Kennel by Dr. Kent Hovind, who was himself a political prisoner for nearly 10 years and wrote the book while incarcerated. The FBI and DOJ have a budget, and they must justify their budget by creating domestic terrorist events, even if there are none. FBI informants are not just passive listeners and infiltrators, but they create events that would not have otherwise occurred in order to set up and frame innocent people, propaganda is then put forward by the media who receives their narrative from law enforcement.
It is a show for political theater and a pressure relief valve, which provides cover for the establishment to promote their globalist agenda. It is also a mistake to think that it is just a few bad apples at the top. The FBI and DOJ are enemies to freedom, and they have looked across the landscape of America and targeted those who are charismatic and have leadership abilities to politically challenge the establishment. Any attempts at organization of the American militias or freedom patriot groups are targeted by the FBI, who have a near unlimited budget to pay snitches to disrupt all activities or just simply usurp the leadership positions. The best way to beat the opposition is to control it themselves. Listen to what former DOJ prosecutor Sidney Powell has stated: “If the government wants to put you in prison, you will go to prison. It doesn’t matter whether you are innocent or not, they will make up crimes against you, they will indict you, they will search your house. They are willing to make up evidence. They’re willing to put pressure on witnesses to get them to say whatever they want them to say. They will do anything to get you put into prison. We live in far more of a police state than anybody ever wanted to think. Look at what has happened to Congressman Steve Stockman”. These are not the words of a disgruntled prisoner. These are the words of a DOJ attorney who worked inside the system.
We have FBI special agent Jack Ryan on video stating that the prom function of the FBI is to handle political dissent. Whenever the FBI and court systems are caught red handed doing illegal things to get a false conviction, they are rarely, if ever punished, and the narrative is put forth that the issues have been taken care of by a special investigative team. The truth is that if they can do this to a U.S. congressmen like Steve Stockman and Ted Stevens, see the book Not Guilty: The Unlawful Prosecution of U.S. Senator Ted Stevens by Rob Carey, they can and have done it to regular citizens like Schaeffer Cox, David Hinson, Jeffrey Winehouse and many other potential political leaders across America. There are two communication management unit prisons in America. One is in Marion, Illinois, and the other is in Terre Haute, Indiana. I have been banned at both prisons. On page seventy three of the book Let Freedom Ring, edited by Matt Meyer he outlines 24 points of Chinese thought reform, whis was used in Marion, Illinois. The two prisons were put together without approval of Congress. If you take a time and see the list you will see that these techniques are meant to break down mentally a man and cause him to submit to the will of his captors. These techniques also include brutally long periods of isolation, deception, disorientation and humiliation. The isolation torture is discussed in the book From Jailer to Jailed by Bernard Kerik, who wrote about the horror of never knowing when the isolation will end once you are thrown into the hole.
Some other torture techniques that my wife and I have learned about during our prison ministry are forced psychological medications against the will of the prisoner, transgender men being placed in cells with real women, denial of compassionate release to nonviolent prisoners diagnosed with terminal illness like David Hingson. If political prisoners refuse to grovel and show remorse at the Parole Board, then a repeated trial of parole can last for decades or even until death.
Rejection of visitation, phone and mail for trivial reasons has become commonplace occurrence. Made up rule violation reports like having a cell phone hidden in your butt are used to enter a prisoner’s cell, deny parole and beat the prisoner with a gang of guard thugs. Joseph Alex Penderyn was beaten, anally probed and left naked, bleeding, unconscious and four point shackled to a concrete slab. All of this was done on video, but the cell phone was never located.
The January 6 protesters have been demonized in the media as highly armed terrorist and insurrectionists. But there is nobody charged with insurrection or terrorism at the time of this writing. The January 6th event was yet another FBI false flag event, and some truth about this can be seen in Tucker Carlson’s documentary titled Patriot Purge. One critique I have about that documentary is that it says America began to have political prisoners on January the 6th. But the truth is that the FBI has been doing similar false flag propaganda activities for decades, and our prisons are full of political prisoners that have been set up by the FBI and falsely prosecuted by the DOJ. Let us not forget that coward Michael Byrd murdered Ashli Babbitt in cold blood and then ran away instead of rendering aid. Did you also know that the warden of the Washington, D.C. prison is Kathleen Landrigan, who herself is unhinged? It has been reported that Landrigan has equated Christians to the Ku Klux Klan, as well as saying that Ashli Babbitt was responsible for being shot.
The Bible says that the love of money is the root of all evil. If the American government can convince us that terrorism is around every corner, they get to continue to keep their positions of power and promote a police state with a snitch society where everyone is monitored and a social credit system is used to control our behavior like farm animals, and no political dissent is ever allowed. I believe the answer to this is that the entire system needs to come down. It will never be fixed from within. The people of America and the world need to reject these institutions of political oppression and tyranny. Let me share a short phrase from the American Declaration of Independence: “But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security”. Schaeffer Cox has asked a question from prison that if we consider the American government a rabid dog who is running about hurting people both domestically and internationally, then whose responsibility is it to take care of that rabid dog? I refer you to the 1957 movie Old Yeller death scene. And you may be familiar with the Alexander Solzhenitsyn quote in the Gulag Archipelago: “And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like…” And for time I will not finish the quote, but I highly encourage you to locate and read the rest of the quote.
Give me liberty or give me death. This statement is not just a catchy cliche, but a reasonable statement, given our current circumstance. At what point does living among this wickedness mean that we condone the behavior of the American government by simply not speaking up about it? Thank you for your time.
QUESTIONS FROM MEDIA REPRESENTATIVES:
Anastasia, “Federal News Agency”: In your speech, you said that if the United States decided to put you in prison, then they do it in any way. Suppose Joe Biden continues the bloody policies of his presidential predecessors, and how can political prisoners avoid this?
Rudy Davis: The bird has both a left wing and a right wing. However, the whole bird in our case is bad, including both the Republican Party and the Democratic Party. They will continue this policy. As for the prisoners: you can say whatever you want, but as soon as you try to overcome censorship, they will put you in jail.
Ivan Melnikov, Vice-President of the Russian division of the International Committee for the Protection of Human Rights: You are raising really very important topics. We have a similar position on many things. For my part, I want to say that my colleagues and I have repeatedly defended many Russians who were imprisoned in the United States, so I am ready to agree with the words that you said today. It is not necessary to say that this happens only in the USA, many countries practice similar methods. Given my extensive experience of visiting Russian penitentiary institutions, I would like to ask you, as a person visiting American prisons, how many times have you managed to be in prisons and how many prisoners have you talked to? The second question is an integral part of the first. Recently, as we know, there have been rallies of protests against illegality on the part of State law enforcement agencies. Indeed, the Senate and the presidential administration have repeatedly stated the need to combat police brutality. Don’t you think it would be more correct and optimal for the United States to adopt international legislation, conventions from which the United States withdrew? Don’t you think that this is a panacea, thanks to which the situation in prisons can change dramatically and prisons will have to international conventions.
Rudy Davis: My wife and I have visited a lot of prisons. But with the deterioration of the epidemiological situation in the country, we were forced to switch to video calls. We get a lot of calls and letters from prisoners all over America. We tell their stories, exposing violence and abuse of authority by prison officials, which is why we were banned from visiting some correctional institutions. As for the illegal actions of the police, I do not think that the external pressure of international legislation will be able to influence what is happening inside the country. We need to fight the restriction of freedom of speech, because the American media simply repeat what they are told. Alternative media, of course, exist, but their influence is too limited.
Dina Karpitskaya, “Komsomolskaya Pravda”: You make very bold statements, aren’t you afraid of any personal consequences for yourself? Can you tell us more about those detained for participating in the protest action on January 6, 2021 in Washington, what they face in prisons and what terms they receive?
Rudy Davis: I’m too stupid to be intimidated by the government. It’s better to ask God than a policeman. I have been repeatedly visited by the US Secret Services, the US Marshals Service and the FBI. They tried to intimidate me, threatened me. I think the government doesn’t like what we are doing. I don’t consider myself Edward Snowden, who exposed a dozen American secrets. Answering the second question, I advise you to pay attention to Tucker Carlson’s documentary about the events after January 6, 2021. The head of the prison where the convicts are held hates the very concept of freedom and Christianity, so the conditions of detention in this prison are truly cruel. Prisoners are restricted in food, are not allowed to contact relatives.