A decade and press have passed, amazingly, from the shocking events that transmuted the world into a Twilight Zone. “911” has become one of those historic disasters that reshape the world; and, in fact, it has brought about new security changes, some of which use technologies that are so invasive that they are beyond the comprehension of the common character. Saves lives, However, the technology that decodes the mind to understand the thought processes of an individual uses torture to achieve its goal. It is a technology that destroys the mind, and when the mind is destroyed, more torture is inflicted on the subject to introduce new thought processes that are alien to their genetic makeup. “The mind is like a musical instrument, it can be done to play in any way,” the author heard one night as he slept alone in his room. “Birgitta, we want to understand your way of thinking and change what we do not like.”
Pernicious Wire is a summary of the decoding and reprogramming of the mind, a system designed to change the natural behavioral traits of an individual for some clandestine reasons. The system uses physical and mental torture to achieve its objectives.
About the author: Birgitta Abimbola Heikka was born in Lagos, Nigeria, in 1960, the year of the independence of many African nations, including his country of birth. His mother is born in Nigeria and his father was a Swedish expatriate who worked in Nigeria before independence as the regional manager of the African branch of the Swedish firm Scan-African Trading Company. The author knew her father, who had left p Nigeria when she was just a little boy, through letters and what others told him about him. She explained her childhood as a “constant displacement” since her mother was always sick and could not take care of her. Birgitta attended numerous internships and lived with several family and friends. Nevertheless, she remembers her childhood in Nigeria with affection. Birgitta moved to the United States in 1987. She attended Southeast Community College, a 2-year technical educational institution in the small rural farming community of Milford, Nebraska, where she earned an associate degree in Computer Programming. This is Birgitta’s second book. His first book, Birgitta, a Life Wired, was self-published in 2011. Pernicious Wires, according to the author, was written in order to fill the holes created by the first.