posted on Dec, 21 2009 @ 09:41 PM
I've just completed reading a novel titled "Moffie" by Andre Carl van der Merwe. "Moffie" is an Afrikaans word for "sissy", or "faggot". The
novel is set during the CIA-inspired Angolan War, during the late 1970s to roughly 1989. This war, based on unclear and illogical premises caused a
heavy militarization of white apartheid society. The war was often referred to as "South Africa's Vietnam".
The novel is partly autobiographical and focuses on the experience of a gay white male who is drafted into the South African National Defence Force.
The author focuses on homophobia, and the notion that the two initial years of forced military service would somehow "make a man" out of "boys".
Of course, behind the facade of Christian anti-communism a lot of hidden and evil things were going on, including human medical experiments.
The SADF claimed to "cure" gay men at the infamous psychiatric Wards 22 and 36. These "cures" included everything from drugs, lobotomies, hormone
treatments and even bizarre group masturbations.
The author manages to briefly enter Ward 22, where a hysterical patient claims:
"They put us in a mortuary with body parts. It's like a cool room: dark,very,very dark. One at a time. Everywhere you look there are just bodies or
pieces of dead people."
The author first thinks this is the "drugs" that the patient is under talking, but a medic friend later backs up the story:
"They make those medics and gaurds do dreadful things to the patients so that they are kind of part of it. He made me promise not to tell anybody. He
told me they put the guys in the mortuary for two days and two nights, with body parts all over the place - people who died on the border, pieces
lying open on trays, everywhere, man." ("Moffie" 2006, Van der Merwe, Penstock Publishers: pp. 284-285.)
Could anyone else confirm or expand on confinement with dismembered corpses as a part of mind control operations?
[edit on 21-12-2009 by halfoldman]