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Electronic Harassment. Enough for everyone.

I just found some really good articles about Electronic harassment and I think that they are worth having a look at.

http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20327185.600-microwave-weapon-will-rain-pain-from-the-sky.html

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THE Pentagon’s enthusiasm for non-lethal crowd-control weapons appears to have stepped up a gear with its decision to develop a microwave pain-infliction system that can be fired from an aircraft.

The device is an extension of its controversial Active Denial System, which uses microwaves to heat the surface of the skin, creating a painful sensation without burning that strongly motivates the target to flee. The ADS was unveiled in 2001, but it has not been deployed owing to legal issues and safety fears.

Nevertheless, the Pentagon’s Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate (JNLWD) in Quantico, Virginia, has now called for it to be upgraded. The US air force, whose radar technology the ADS is based on, is increasing its annual funding of the system from $2 million to $10 million.

The transmitting antenna on the current system is 2 metres across, produces a single beam of similar width and is steered mechanically, making it cumbersome. At the heart of the new weapon will be a compact airborne antenna, which will be steered electronically and be capable of generating multiple beams, each of which can be aimed while on the move.

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I wish people would read up on what happened in Iraq, where these weapons were approved for use. The dead bodies speak pretty loudly, and they point in the direction of these weapons.

http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2009/07/court-to-defendant-stop-blasting-that-mans-mind/

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Late last year, James Walbert went to court, to stop his former business associate from blasting him with mind-altering electromagnetic radiation. Walbert told the Sedgwick County, Kansas panel that Jeremiah Redford threatened him with “jolts of radiation” after a disagreement over a business deal. Later, Walbert, said, he began feeling electric shock sensations, hearing electronically generated tones, and getting popping and ringing sounds in his ears. On December 30th, the court decided in Walbert’s favor, and issued a first-of-its-kind order of protection, banning Redford from using “electronic means” to further harass Walbert. No, seriously.

I recently took part in a BBC Radio 4 program, which took a light-hearted look into the “the real Manchurian Candidate” — and examined whether there is any truth in stories of mind control. It gave me a chance to talk about exotic non-lethal weapon concepts like the so-called telepathic raygun, the system which beams sound directly into your skull, and the “voice of god” talking fireball. Most of these projects are just lab experiments, or examples of Powerpoint engineering. But in some legal, policy, and business circles, electromagnetic brain assaults are being taken seriously.

Walbert’s cause is supported by Jim Guest, a Republican member of the Missouri House of Representatives. He’s working on proposed legislation to addresses electronic harassment, including a bill against the forced implantation of RFID chips.

The U.N. is also now taking the possibility of electromagnetic terrorism against people seriously. And for the first time this year’s European Symposium on Non-lethal Weapons included a session on the social implications of non-lethal weapons, with specific reference to “privacy-invasive remote interrogation and behavioral influence applications.” Those who believe they are being targeted are getting a bit of official recognition.
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Lot’s of good stuff in this article. If Walbert is a real target, then good for him. Even if he is not, then it’s still exposure and so good for us.

The UN is starting to acknowledge this, great. I think, but since they were probably aware of it, and did nothing and let this be used in Iraq I am not sure what to think. Still it’s more exposure and that is good.

A few years ago, I could not even get a pledge from Amnesty International about Electronic Weapons, they were busy working on tasers at the time. Times change.

http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2008/07/the-microwave-s/

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The Microwave Scream Inside Your Skull

Hyper_microwave_22_gr The U.S. military bankrolled early development of a non-lethal microwave weapon that creates sound inside your head. But in the end, the gadget may be just as likely to wind up in shopping malls as on battlefields, as I report in New Scientist.

The project is known as MEDUSA – a contrived acronym for Mob Excess Deterrent Using Silent Audio. And it should not be confused with the Long Range Acoustic Device and similar gadgets which simply project sound. This one uses the so-called “microwave auditory effect”: a beam of microwaves is turned into sound by the interaction with your head. Nobody else can hear it unless they are in the beam as well.

The effect has long been a laboratory curiosity, with no application. But, over the years, the military has been intrigued. The idea (dubbed “the telepathic ray gun”) was mentioned in a 1998 US Army study, which turned up in a recent Freedom of Information Act document dump. Five years later, the Navy decided to put some R&D dollars into the project. Now, as I note on the New Scientist website, Dr. Lev Sadovnik of the Sierra Nevada Corporation has provided more details.

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Wow remember trying to explain this stuff to others, that some people had this happening. For me I first had to believe that this was happening to people. The people saying that this was happening, to me seemed credible and I did not believe them to be crazy, and when I did the research on this. I felt that they were indeed telling the truth in many cases.

Sometimes people hearing things might be crazy, hearing things from other locations, fillings in teeth, we understand so little about higher spiritual realms, and in some cases, the government is just driving them crazy, or agents of the state.

http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2008/02/report-nonletha/

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Report: Nonlethal Weapons Could Target Brain, Mimic Schizophrenia

Mind_control Of all the crazy, bizarre less-lethal weapons that have been proposed, the use of microwaves to target the human mind remains the most disturbing. The question has always been: is this anything more than urban myth? We may not have the final answer to this question, but a newly declassified Pentagon report, Bioeffects of Selected Non-Lethal Weapons , obtained by a private citizen under the Freedom of Information Act, provides some fascinating tidbits on a variety of exotic weapons ideas.

Among those discussed are weapons that could disrupt the brain, as well as my longtime obsession, the “Voice of God” device, which creates voices in people’s heads. As the report notes, “Application of the microwave hearing technology could facilitate a private message transmission. It may be useful to provide a disruptive condition to a person not aware of the technology. Not only might it be disruptive to the sense of hearing, it could be psychologically devastating if one suddenly heard ‘voices within one’s head.’”

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Well since the idea is to make people look crazy, I think that this goes without saying.

http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2007/08/meet-the-medusa/

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Meet the MEDUSA Ray Gun

Are you disillusioned with Ionatron and all those other far-fetched weapons that just don’t seem to go anywhere? Are you looking for a new ray gun that will blast missiles out of the air? Well, earlier this week I heard from Dr. Robert Adams, CEO Optima Technology Group, which produces the MEDUSA Mobile Energy Device. Dr. Adams is angry because some time back, he wrote to Ionatron offering to cooperate: “Like your company, we own patented DE technology that works. We further feel that your company’s position in Directed Energy Weapons as well as your stock price would drastically improve by acquiring and/or taking the exclusive rights through a partnership with our company of our patented technology,” he wrote.

Ionatron gave him the brushoff.

What do I think of MEDUSA? One website describes the company’s founders as consisting of an “ex-US Navy seal, the man who invented holographic storage, a games software programmer and a matter/anti-matter ray-gun which, had it been in existence on September 11, might have prevented at least some of the devastation ……….” Apparently, inspiration for MEDUSA came to its inventor from a combination of crop circles and an article in Aviation Week & Space Technology (which, I swear, is probably where most weapons ideas come from).

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Tax dollars hard at work to enslave you better.

Now when you finally wake up and get angry and try to do something about it, please keep in mind all the potential fun things that state has in store just waiting for the sheeple.

Remember this is just the stuff that we know about, many of these were being developed years ago, and we are just hearing about it now. Everything old is new again. Yeah.

July 26, 2009 Posted by | Active Denial Weapons, Awareness, driving-crazy, electromagnetic frequency, Electronic harassment, Gang Stalking | , , , , , , | 5 Comments

Welcome to our worlds

After reading this article, it’s like all the pain and all the trauma of the last two years, just comes back.

Being in your home and being burnt for hours on end, and not knowing what was happening, or being able to do anything about it at first. Then realising that your fellow human beings were partaking in this, and were psychotically enjoying what was happening.

Trying to write to organizations such as Amnesty and others to get help, trying to other responsible agencies, not at first realising that you were the testing ground for something that was yet to come.

Being unable to prove in many cases what was happening, having only the word of other targets to back each other up, on what was being done to us, the violations that we were experiencing, that for the most part just went unheard, trying to explain to you the general public that these weapons existed and would someday be used on you. People just dismissing the idea as crazy without doing any research or investigation.
That someday might be closer than you think.

These things should not be used on anyone, in any capacity whatsoever. These things, these none lethal weapons are cruelty and they are torturous, and they should not be used on anyone. Of course as I have already documented, permission was granted to use the none portable kind on the people of Iraq over a year ago, and there have been horrible reports of bodies, burnt on the inside out.

http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/iraq/2005-07-24-nonlethal-weapons_x.htm

The portable kind in small doses no doubt would be ok, but that will not be what happens. Just like with tasers they will be over used, and abused. The animals that were capable of remotely torturing myself and other Targeted Individuals for hours at a time, days at a time, months at a time, years at a time, will have no problem doing so to others.

The general public will just have to try to learn how to shield like many Targeted Individuals have had to learn to do.

Anyways it’s just a brief article, but it just reminded me of so much of what’s happened over the last two years.
http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn16339-us-police-could-get-pain-beam-weapons.html

US police could get ‘pain beam’ weapons

[quote]The research arm of the US Department of Justice is working on two portable non-lethal weapons that inflict pain from a distance using beams of laser light or microwaves, with the intention of putting them into the hands of police to subdue suspects.

The two devices under development by the civilian National Institute of Justice both build on knowledge gained from the Pentagon’s controversial Active Denial System (ADS) – first demonstrated in public last year, which uses a 2-metre beam of short microwaves to heat up the outer layer of a person’s skin and cause pain.

‘Reduced injuries’

Like the ADS, the new portable devices will also heat the skin, but will have beams only a few centimetres across. They are designed to elicit what the Pentagon calls a “repel response” – a strong urge to escape from the beam.

A spokesperson for the National Institute for Justice likens the effect of the new devices to that of “blunt trauma” weapons such as rubber bullets, “But unlike blunt trauma devices, the injury should not be present. This research is looking to reduce the injuries to suspects,” they say.[/quote]

December 26, 2008 Posted by | Active Denial Weapons, Electronic harassment, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, High technology, Iraq | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment