Muslim fanatic prisoners to be ‘de-programmed’ using controversial techniques to ‘cure’ them of beliefs

Psychologists in the Prison Service will try to “cure” extremist Muslim inmates of their political beliefs with controversial therapies similar to those used to “de-programme” members of religious cults.

The experimental treatments are being developed by a special Extremism Unit set up by the Ministry of Justice in January last year, The Mail on Sunday has discovered.

Sources say the therapy forms part of a wide-ranging strategy to combat Islamic extremism in Britain’s jails.

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(via Cryptogon)

Who determines who is a “fanatic” and who determines when they have been “cured”?

2 Comments

  1. Fanatic=someone who’s views make them unable to listen to others.
    That’s my definition, at least the short version of it.

    They’ll probably be considered cured as soon as they agree with the mainstream of western civilization, if you can even call it that…

  2. A Clockwork Orange anyone? “It is more dangerous that even a guilty person should be punished without the forms of law than that he should escape.” – Thomas Jefferson

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