Kuraipasta

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be contained in locker █ of containment facility ██. SCP-XXXX is not to be used except by authorized class 3 or higher personnel. 

Description: SCP-XXXX is a six in. by ten in. cork board, with an inch-thick bar of horizontal whiteboard across the top. When the name of a nation, society, community, or other such group of people, or, conversely, the name of an individual, is written on the whiteboard section of SCP-XXXX, any document pinned to the cork board section is known by all members of the group/the individual. Any command pinned to SCP-XXXX must be followed by the people included in the whiteboard section. 

SCP-XXXX was confiscated from Mr. █████ ████████, office manager at ████████ Corperation, when he, along with the rest of his coworkers, attempted a bombing on Capitol Hill while both the Senate and House of Representatives were in session. The whiteboard section said "Employees of ████████ Corperation." Two documents were pinned to the cork board, one a handwritten note saying "BOMB THE U.S. SENATE," and the other a stapled stack of paper containing a section from the Anarchist Cookbook, detailing how to make explosives. After both document were removed, employees reported no desire to bomb the U.S. Senate, but still remembered how to make explosives.

Testing of SCP-XXXX is currently still underway, but only on individuals or small groups of subjects. Any attempt to use SCP-XXXX with a large group of people, especially a group that cannot easily be monitored (e.g. 'People with brown hair,' or 'Residents of Austria,' or 'Class D personnel of the SCP Foundation') will result in immediate termination. 

Test Log of Dr. ███████

Subject: Four Class D personnel refered to as SCP-XXXX Test Team A.
Procedure: 'SCP-XXXX Test Team A' is written on the whiteboard. A except from chapter twelve of Miguel De Cervantes's Don Quixote (English) is pinned to the cork. Test Team A is commanded to recite the exerpt. 
Result: Every member of Test Team A recites the exerpt word-for-word. 

Subject: SCP-XXXX Test Team A.
Procedure: The same document was pinned to the cork, but then immediately unpinned. 
Result: Every member of Test Team A recites the exerpt word-for-word. It is concluded that data transfers instantly.

Subject: SCP-XXXX Test Team A. 
Procedure: The same document was pinned to the cork, but this time, in its original Spanish form. 
Result: Every member of Test Team A recites it word-for-word, but only to the best of their ability. None of the four personnel have competency in Spanish, and so most words are horribly mispronounced.

Subject: D-Class personnel
Procedure: Name of D-Class personnel is written on the whiteboard section, and a note is pinned to the corkboard that reads "UNLEARN ENGLISH." 
Result: Personnel is asked many questions, varying in complexity. Subject appears confused. It is concluded that subject no longer knows English. 

Subject: The same D-Class personnel 
Procedure: Name of D-Class personnel is written on the board again, and this time, a not is pinned that reads "LEARN ENGLISH."
Result: Subject gets up and walks around, looking for something. He then tries to communicate something to the other personnel in the room. He tries to leave the room but is detained. He still seems to not understand English. He pantomimes a book with his hands. Subject is given a copy of On the Origin of Species. Subject throws the book down and shakes his head, becoming more panicked. He is given the English Dictionary. He seems to calm down and opens the book, trying to learn English. It is concluded that knowledge must be on the board in order for one to learn it. Once the note is unpinned, the subject is observed to have no desire to learn English anymore.

Subject: D-Class personnel
Procedure: Name of the D-Class personnel is written on the whiteboard. A note reading "LIVE" is pinned to the board, then unpinned.
Result: Subject suffers a heart attack then dies.