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SCGH: The Day Mossad Made Me Cry

There are very many bad things Mossad has done to me and my family, but I always tried to persevere and hope one day they will stop. But there was one technique they used to terrorise me that I couldn’t handle.

Working at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, SCGH, I found out the hard way that Mossad had found a new way to torment me. They would subject me to intense localised heat when I was alone. This torture by heat is the worst thing that I have ever experienced in my life. It was especially very frustrating because it did not leave any observable injuries, so another person couldn’t know what was happening to me.

I think Mossad liked using this torture by heat because it was very effective. It left me feeling very uncomfortable and would become extremely irritated and frustrated. Sometimes they would use this torture method when I was about to meet with a ‘neutral’ person. By neutral, I mean someone who is neither a Mossad ‘contractor’ nor ‘associate’. They wanted these type of people to see for themselves that I was a bad person.

After the torture by heat, if I met a person soon after, I would of course be quite uncomfortable and would not entertain any small talk. The person I would meet at that time would most likely get the opinion that I am very unfriendly and rude.

On several occasions, they subjected me to the torture by heat, and then if someone else came towards me, by the time they arrived, the heat would be replaced by very cool air. So the other person would say: “Wow, its so cold here…” At such times, I didn’t know what to say.

I reported this torture by heat on more than one occasion, but nobody believed me. Yet, Mossad used that method because they knew nobody would believe it.

Torture By Heat

One day as I was walking along a corridor alone, I was subjected to a burst of extreme heat. It was so intense that I felt dizzy. I decided to go into a vacant room to rest. I had hardly closed the door before tears started rolling down my cheeks. I wept uncontrollably.

I couldn’t remember the last time I had wept like that. Maybe the last time was when I was only a kid. I thought about how Mossad was torturing me in a public facility, a hospital, and nobody could do anything to stop them.

I reported the issue of torture by heat to the Australian Human Rights Commission, AHRC. Part of my letter to AHRC read:

“I know it is extremely unlikely that air-conditioning or any part of a building’s infrastructure can be manipulated and used to torment a single person…However, with much respect, I would like to postulate that such an extremely low probability may not preclude possibility of some entity using that exact method… knowing very well that such a claim would most likely be dismissed out of hand.”

They did not act.

Church

Within a very short period of time, I was asked by more than twenty people, who also worked at the hospital: “Are you a Muslim?” Apparently, when people realised it was Mossad harassing me, they assumed I must be a Muslim for Mossad to have such a big problem with me.

Mossad also latched onto that belief, and used it to their advantage. They spread the rumour that I was a Muslim, because it appeared as if many people ‘understood’ when they heard that. I know Mossad spread that rumour because I discovered one of their ‘contractors’ was pushing that rumour using innuendo.

Yet, Mossad knew very well that I am not a Muslim, and that I am in fact a Christian.

I remember one time in the staff dining area, one guy approached me and looked closely at my plate. There was pork among other food items on my plate. He said, quite puzzled: “Don’t you know that is pork?” I didn’t know what to say.

After not going to church for years (though I used to go to church when I was young), a few years ago, before I started working at SCGH, I decided to start going again(together with my family). But I was shocked to realise that Mossad was very, very offended by me going to church.

Mossad desecrated the church. Eventually, I decided to stop going. I didn’t want to add any more stress.