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This show was created by sadistic perverts for sadistic perverts
19 October 2009 | by (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) – See all my reviews

Anyone curious about the state of American morals these days should take a look at this show. As if becoming infamous worldwide for almost legalizing torture under their former president was not enough, Americans are now guilty of putting this compendium of perversion on the air for the benefit of the more twisted degenerates among their own public. A series glorifying the ingenuity of man's torture devices through the ages, "Machines of Malice" puts Discovery squarely on the same level as the History Channel for dumbed-down slavish dedication to ratings and catering to the public's baser instincts under the guise of "infotainment". You know, shows put together by idiots for retards and plastered all the way through with the horrible "fear music" which has become the soundtrack of contemporary America... I don't see how they could possibly "top" that, unless they come up with a series called "Quentin Tarantino presents: The Coolest Death Throes!" with the tagline "Desensitization to violence was never so much fun!" This show pretty much explains why Americans are alone in the civilized world in not having universal free health care: lack of compassion for the suffering of their fellow men.


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