Long Term v. Short Term Torture

The torture done by the torture group is known by the ongoing torture cases being reported. There’s not really any true information on victims post torture. Supposing there is a post torture. The torture being done carries on for decades. There are two different affects for the torture victim, short term and long term. The torture group is known best for the short term affects but their goals must be broader than those alone.

Short term affects appear immediately in response to coping with being tortured. Things like isolating and short temper can be caused by the stress of the torture. Victims use these fixes to deal every day with endless torture. It causes them to rearrange their entire lives. They can cause harm to relationships, career and their living situation by being required to focus on themselves and their torture.

Long term affects are those serious psychological and emotional changes like PTSD which occur from violence like the torture. These affects on victims are inferred though we can’t get data on victims post torture. We know what they must be going through. In some cases it can be as bad as the torture itself.

From the torture group we see a focus on lingering for years and years. They want to solidify the long term affects while controlling when and what torture symptoms the victim is currently displaying. What this tells us is to look deeper into the torture itself to see what benefit it gains the torture group.



Published by ti30years

Living in So. California. Victim of the T.I. torture since 1990. Child and adult victim of the torture. I share my torture experience to help people learn about the torture which continues to plague me and others. Not your average schizophrenic.

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