Friday, June 5, 2009

International Abductions

Young children destined for medical experimental programs were in some cases imported as foreign nationals and issued Canadian certificates of birth.

Traveling in the company of Canadian Military personnel they were to be identified as the dependents of their handlers.

For the purpose of long term studies and the security of the secret programs it was imperative that the research subjects not know their true place of birth, the identity of their biological parents or the existence of any surviving family members.

Whether they originated in Poland, France or Ireland they were to appear as Canadian citizens.

In order to make this policy functional torture was applied to these children at a very early age in order to erase any previous memories.

One such example was a little girl, abducted from a roadside bomb scene in Ireland during the early 50s, who was barely 2 years of age when both her mother and father were killed by the blast of the bomb.

Her abductors covered her head with a sack and bound her with rope. She was taken by boat to England and offered for sale in a dockside warehouse where she was purchased by a British agent and subjected to torture intent on deleting her accent and accepting her masters commands.

From England she was transported by air through New York and on to Canada arriving in Calgary, Alberta in 1954 to be used as a research subject in an experimental program studying the long term effects of trauma.

Now after 23 years of therapy she finally remembered her past and spontaneously relived the fateful day her peaceful life was forever shattered. She remembered her mom and she cried. Prior to this moment she had no idea she had ever had a mother who loved her.

From this revelation it is understandable why so many historical events remain classified and securely kept from public scrutiny. The truth of her life is protected by law as it represents a direct threat to the national security of Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States of America.

The use of the secrets act to hide criminal activities and crimes against humanity is in itself a crime which cannot be justified under any circumstances.

Yet, such crimes persist on the basis of political expediency.