Milgram study explains why modern Siberian KGB-FSB still murder people worldwide

Dec 14 08:52 2009 Artour Rakhimov Print This Article

After WW2, German Nazis and other mass murderers have been persecuted by international authorities, but Siberian FSB-KGB (Russian Secret Service) Gulag leaders continue to collect their pensions from the Russian state now, while maintaining control of modern Siberian KGB-FSB (Russian Secret Service) and organizing new murders and crimes worldwide. Russian leaders announced in 1990s that repressions were “excessive”, as if it was a kind of a game for KGB Gulag leaders: they kill over 10 millions people in Siberia and then got back to normal.

After WW2,Guest Posting German Nazis were persecuted by international authorities, but Siberian KGB-FSB (Russian Secret Service) Gulag leaders continue to collect their pensions from the Russian state now, while maintaining total control of modern Siberian KGB-FSB (Russian Secret Service) and organizing new murders and crimes worldwide. Russian leaders announced in 1990s that repressions were “excessive”, as if it was a kind of a game for KGB Gulag leaders: they kill over 10 millions people in Siberia and then got back to normal.

Real life tells us that they continue to dispatch murderers to kill people around the world. Leading Soviet physiologist Konstantin Buteyko, author of the Buteyko breathing method, became one of such victims in 2004. He was hit with a metal bar, got severe brain haemorrhage, and died later due to additional unknown infection that made skin of his body horrible. During the last decade over 200 Russian journalists were killed, kidnapped, murdered, or poisoned.

In order to understand the mentality of modern Siberian KGB leaders, we can revisit Milgram study and analyze the effects experienced by subjects. The essence of the study was simple: under pretence of studying “science and learning”, well over 50% ordinary people can be fooled into becoming accomplices in murder (search the web for more details on Milgram 1974 study on obedience to authority and its design).

What would be the situation in real life, if subjects have been trained to murder innocent others, under the pretence of ideological propaganda, as it was the case with German Nazis and KGB agents?

Obviously, after being fooled, the deceived subjects have 2 choices: they can realize the simple truth of being fooled (as it was the case for many Nazis during Nuremberg Tribunal) or they can persist in being fooled. In order to persist (denial), the subjects should repress their basic logic and transform own foolishness into a character trait. The simplest way to do so is to displace attention from introspection (self-analysis) by focusing it on the sufferings of their victims, as it was at the origins of the situation. Hence, they will continue the same (obsessive-compulsive) behaviour, as if being in a perpetual search for the ideal suggested by propaganda. The spiritual ideal, a gimmick, was different in these 3 situations: Milgram study – “science and learning”, Holocaust – “one clean nation for the world”, and Stalin’s repressions “communism, equality, harmony and total brotherhood”, but the result was the same: killing innocent others.

Hence, there is nothing unexpected that former mass murderers continue to do the same in 21-st century, while using the tactic of bullying their targets (those who expose or write about the KGB) by murdering their relatives, friends, and associates. A similar situation can take place in any social group when 2-3 bullies can influence hundreds of group members by harassment, dirt tricks and humiliation. Generally, ordinary people, when such “nasty” events take place switch from initial absolute denial to self-victimization, instead of doing the right thing: exposing the bullies so that they stop hunting for their new victims.

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Artour Rakhimov
Artour Rakhimov

Artour Rakhimov, PhD - Moscow State University, currently a citizen of Canada, also writes about psychology, history, politics, sociology, and other humanitarian topics, while his main interest is his website http://www.NormalBreathing.com and prevention and treatment of chronic diseases. Normal Breathing: the Key to Vital Health.

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