posted on Mar, 19 2010 @ 02:34 PM
Since the killing room meant something specific to me, I thought I would share some older perspectives involving what is called “The killing
While I have not yet viewed the referenced new movie "The Killing Room", it is now on my list of things to watch as soon as I can find a copy to
watch. Anyway, I wanted to comment on the basis of the title, the killing room because I feel it is relevant to this posting. My remarks involve the
CIA, MK-Ultra remarks and as such, I feel that if nothing else, the fact that I am in General Conspiracies that my remarks are best suited for such a
general category discussion. OK, Let me begin with this explanation.
Whenever one watches some Hollywood movie and I specifically want to cite The Bourne Identity/Ultimatum series of movies as an example of what I want
In the very last movie of the series, the third movie I believe, Bourne wants to know how it all began. How did it all start? He wanted to know so
bad that eventually after getting even with everyone that of course is trying to kill him, he eventually ends up finding the "Doctor" that was in
"The program" and was there at the very first when Bourne was born so to speak born into the special ops group that he ends up in.
The Doctor in the exact same hospital and the exact same exam room from his history reminds Bourne that this is where it all began and begins to
explain to Bourne so as to jog his memory. The Doctor explains that to be in the Special program he had to pass a final test. A test whereby he was
given a gun and told to kill someone completely unknown to him sitting in the corner with a black hood on his head.
Eventually Bourne shoots him and the Doctor warmly greets him and pronounces that he is now no longer who he was, but Bourne, an agent of a government
intelligence agency of the CIA trained to be the best at killing with no compulsion or moralistic hesitations. A certified killer.
Anyway, the reason I commented as I did is because to me that room, the room where Bourne is turned from being a non killer into a cold blooded non
caring killer is the room I wish to discuss. You see, to me there is a killing room.
A killing room has been used for decades by the CIA and others in the quest to train the best necessary to deal with the serious issues one could find
in the field that involve life and death situations. Hesitation and morality are not what these types depend on to be the killers they need to be.
What no one ever stops long enough to consider, which is why I wanted to comment, is that no one ever comments or pauses long enough to ask, who just
got killed? Who was the unknown man in the corner with his hands tied and black hood over his head? Who just got shot to death?
Who this person is a subject matter that could encompass any number of possible victims, but for the most part, those that are being killed in such a
manner to validate someone trying to get into the serious world of special operations are those that the CIA no longer wants alive, but can serve a
purpose with their death by giving the killing to someone who needs to cross “that line” as part of some training objective.
To me the killing room is where those that are trying to get on board a special CIA program must go to prove that they can kill without judgment but
can kill when instructed to do so with no hesitation. No questions, no why, no what did he do? Just compliance and a quick death for the target being
eliminated. Shoot them with a triple tap and hand the gun back to the instructor with no levity or discussion what so ever. Just blind obedience and
lethal compliance to someone asking you to "kill that man in the corner and we’ll be done here."
The killing room is a special place that draws its victims from those that have been renditioned, kidnapped, interrogated, captured in some type of
combat operation or even those special victims that have too much knowledge to ever remain alive to discuss or jeopardize any ongoing operation or
operations and since release back into the world is not going to happen, they get sent to the killing room until someone like Bourne, who is in some
final phase of testing or MK-Ultra programming actually kills them and graduates to being an equal among those that he is seeking to join.
Afterward, the remains are disposed of and the new successful graduate of the Killing Room goes forth into the world to serve his nation and the
interests of the CIA for as long as needed. To me this is what I can remember of “The Killing Room”.
Thanks for the posting and I hope my remarks contributed something different thoughts to whenever you see the term “Killing Room.”