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Originally posted by Byrd
(very interesting news item)
By JOSEPH B. VERRENGIA, AP Science Writer
DENVER - Remember that wonderful day when Bugs Bunny hugged you at Disneyland? A study presented Sunday shows just how easy it can be to induce false memories in the minds of some people.
More than a third of subjects in the study recalled that theme-park moment ó ©possible because Bugs is not a Disney character ó ¡¦ter a researcher planted the false memory.
"My concern about Elizabeth Loftus is that she has stated in print, and correctly so, that her data tells us nothing about the nature of memory of traumatic events. And yet she has failed to protest the misapplication of her findings by groups who are involved in discrediting the accounts survivors are giving of their traumatic history. I believe that Dr. Loftus, like other psychologists, has an ethical responsibility to do everything possible to ensure that her research findings are interpreted and applied accurately, and are not manipulated to serve the political agenda of groups like the False Memory Syndrome Foundation. I question whether she has met this ethical responsibility."
Paedophiles can boldly and courageously affirm what they choose. They can say that what they want is to find the best way to love. . . . Paedophiles can make the assertion that the pursuit of intimacy and love is what they choose. With boldness they can say, "I believe this is in fact part of God's will. --Dr. Ralph Underwager in this interview with Paidika, a European pro-pedophile publication.
"Scientific evidence" proved, 60% of all women molested believed the experience was "good for them".
Professor of psychology at the University of Michigan,
Dr. James McConnell admits already in 1966 that they have the techniques to control behavior in human beings on a larger scale:
"I teach a course called 'The Psychology of Influence', and I begin it by stating categorically that the time has come when, if you give me any normal human being and a couple of weeks, I can change his behavior from what it is not to whatever you want it to be, it is physically possible. I can turn him from a Christian into a communist and vice versa. Look, we can do these things. We can control behavior."