Predictions

The torture group wants victims to think they’re omnipotent. A percentage of their torture is focused on convincing victims that they possess power greater than they have. It’s a thing with them. The torture group does one or two attacks which show their failure at predicting the future through the semi-automated computer system.

In my teens the computer was programmed to run an attack which annoyed my father very much. My father is an organized and effusive conversationalist when he has something important to talk to you about. He thinks out his conversation points before he initiates the conversation. At this time the torture group would wait for him to speak half of his sentence then have me speak what it predicted was the end of the sentence. He reported I was wrong every time.

This attack was a verbalization of what the thought voice was telling me every time a person spoke to me. It tries to use its language memory to piece together what a sentence is based on the common uses of sentence structure focusing on phrases and other frequently used speech patterns of people. Obviously it’s bad at this. This program is the same one forming the things I speak and write.

The torture group still tells me what people are thinking. Instead now it’s all due to schizophrenia. They can see me being schizophrenic it says. It tells me all the negative things people are thinking about me. It’s abuse. It’s like an bad relationship. It’s more common than its special. It’s not good torture.

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