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Soho Housing Association: benefits from torture

12285612-cute-wood-mouse-sitting-on-hind-legsIn my earlier post ,

Soho Housing Association, subsidence and rodent infestation, I spoke about the method I used to control the rodent infestation in my flat, which was caused by cracks in the floor, which Soho Housing Association refused to mend. I resorted to the use of electronic rodent repellents.  Electronic repellents work by making the animal leave its home because it is subjected to unbearable torture, in the form of nervous disruption and sound frequency, for as long as it stays. Electronic repellents are animal specific and there is a specific electronic repellent for moles, for dogs, for birds, for cats etc. They are available on the open market. They are popular because they are remote devices, involving no physical interaction with the animal being tortured.

You may think that, since there is an electronic repellent for other animals, there is probably one  specific to  humans too, and you would not be wrong. The mosquito is a successful device that is marketed for this purpose. Furthermore, it is easy to obtain a  device, from sex aid catalogues, which allows one person to stimulate, or otherwise affect another person’s internal organs, without physically going near them. These two devices and, probably, many more like them, are currently available  and have been and are, in use.  So there was no reason to doubt my sanity because I complained that similar devices were being used to torture me, while a tenant of Soho Housing Association.

There is no evidence that Soho Housing Association was directly complicit in the torture. However, it is safe to say that Soho Housing Association benefited from the torture, since my complaints about it were used by Soho Housing Association as one of its reasons to send me to the madhouse.

While I was  locked up, Soho Housing employed a contractor, who spent several weeks mending the floor of my flat, which they did not expect me to re-enter. I suppose that insurance providers would respond favourably to a landlord, who claimed that the floor of an apartment had been damaged by a mentally deranged tenant, who was now in a mental hospital.

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