Released NATO Military Documents Classify COVID Lockdowns As ‘Hostage Situation’ — Captives Advised To ‘Comply’

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Released NATO documents reveal the official characterizations of hostage situations, detailing the most typical aggressors as being government or military while highlighting the stages of gradual acceptance by the captives who inevitably develop “Stockholm syndrome.”

In the NATO document “Hostage Survival Skills” written by Major P. J. Murphy and Captain K. M. J. Farley, the various characteristics of hostage situations directly mirror that of COVID lockdownsmask & vaccine mandates, as well as the treatment of those who oppose such measures.

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The document begins by detailing the typical ‘hostage takers,’ identifying ‘military personnel at the top of the shortlist of usual suspects, closely followed by terrorists and criminals and the mentally ill.

The most usual hostage situation, as identified by the NATO military documents, explains barricading, or “locking down” the captives, generally preceded by a ‘bartering’ situation, where the lives of the captives are used as a form of currency in exchange for something the captor wants.

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