Biderman’s Chart of Coercion, also called Biderman’s Principles, is a table developed by sociologist Albert Biderman in 1957 to illustrate the methods of Chinese and Korean torture on American prisoners of war from the Korean War. The chart lists eight chronological general methods of torture that will psychologically break an individual. Compare with Covid Protocols.
            ንሉሚንቲ ወኪሉ ንዓለም ዝገዝእ ዘል እዝ ሎም 98 ዝዕድሜኡ ሄንሪ ኪሲንጀር እብሃ
ምልክት ሕብራት መንግስታት ስለምንታይ ከምዝ ኮይኑ

Isolation (1956 Chart of Coercion)

-Deprives Individual of social support of his ability to resist
-Makes individual dependent upon the captor
-Individual develops intense concern with self

Isolation (Covid-19)

-Social distancing
-Isolation from loved ones, massive job loss
-Solitary confinement semi-isolation
-Quarantines, containment camps

Monopolization of Perception (1956 Chart of Coercion)

-Fixes all attention upon immediate predicament
-Frustrates all action not consistent with compliance
-Eliminates stimuli competing with those controlled by the captor

Monopolization of Perception (Covid-19)

-Restrict Movement
-Create monotony, boredom
-Prevent gathering, meetings, concerts, sports
-Dominate all media 24/7, censor information

Induced Debility (1956 Chart of Coercion)

-weakens mental and physical ability to resist
-people become worn out by tension and fear

Induced Debility (Covid-19)

-Forced to stay at home, all media is negative
-Not permitted to exercise or socialize

Threats (1956 Chart of Coercion)

-Cultivates anxiety and despair
-Gives demands and consequences for non compliance

Threats (Covid-19)

-Threaten to close business, levy fines
-Predict extension of quarantines, forced vaccinations
-Create containment camps

Occasional Indulgence (1956 Chart of Coercion)

-Provides motivation for compliance
-Hinders adjustment to deprivation
-Creates hope for change, reduces resistance
-This keeps people unsure of what is happening

Occasional Indulgence (Covid-19)

-Allow reopening of some stores, services
-Let restaurants open but only at a certain capacity
-Increase more people allowed to gather
-Follow concessions with tougher rules

Demonstrate Omnipotence (1956 Chart of Coercion)

-Demonstrates futility of resistance
-Shows who is in charge
-Provides positive motivation for compliance

Demonstrate Omnipotence (Covid-19)

-Shut down entire economies across the world
-Create money out of nowhere
-Develop total surveillance with nanochips and 5G

Degradation (1956 Chart of Coercion)

-Makes resistance seem worse than compliance
-Creates feelings of helplessness
-Creates fear of freedom, dependence upon captors

Degradation (Covid-19)

-Shame people who refuse masks, don’t distance
-Make people stand on circles and between lines
-Make people stand outside and wait in queues
-Sanitation stations in every shop

Enforcing trivial demands (1956 Chart of Coercion)

-Develops habit of compliance
-Demands made are illogical and contradictory
-Rules on compliance may change
-Reinforces who is in control

Enforcing trivial demands (Covid-19

-Family members must stand apart
-Masks in home and even when having sex
-Random limits on people allowed to be together
-Sanitizers to be used over and over in a day