The Unilateral Suggestion to Self-Destruction
I am sure you've all heard
the old wives' tale
that no hypnotised subject
may be forced to do
that which is repellent to
his moral nature, whatever that may be.
Nonsense, of course!
Oh, you note-takers might set down
a reminder to consult Brenman's paper,
"Experiments in the Hypnotic Production
of Antisocial and
or Wells' paper which was titled,
I believe, "Experiments in
the Hypnotic Production of Crime".
Or, of course, Andrew Salter's remarkable
book, "Conditioned Reflex Therapy",
to name only three.
Or, if it offends you
that only the West is working
to manufacture more crime
and better criminals
Against the modern shortages,
I suggest Krasnogorski's
"Primary Violence Motivation",
or Serov's "The Unilateral Suggestion
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