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A Study of the History of US Intelligence Community Human Rights Violations and Continuing Research

By Peter Phillips, Lew Brown and Bridget Thornton

This research explores the current capabilities of the US military to use electromagnetic (EMF) devices to harass, intimidate, and kill individuals and the continuing possibilities of violations of human rights by the testing and deployment of these weapons. To establish historical precedent in the US for such acts, we document long-term human rights and freedom of thought violations by US military/intelligence organizations. Additionally, we explore contemporary evidence of on-going government research in EMF weapons technologies and examine the potentialities of continuing human rights abuses.

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  • yvonne muller May 3, 2010

    I have tried to download the report, and it seems to have been moved or deleted. What hapened to it, and how can I get hold of it?

    Yvonne

  • Can't use my real name yet August 8, 2010

    Having been victimized by what appears to be non consensual experimentation, I can say that there is probably more out there in terms of illegal surveillance, trauma conditioning, and illegal personality studies. I’ve been harassed, had much social engineering and many attempts to keep me from getting ahead and was attacked with some kind of DEWs (including something like a taser or electroshocks as well as what might have been acoustic bullets.) It seems that a major goal of the persons behind the harassment is to discredit the victims. In addition, in the constant state of PTSD caused by the trauma it’s easy for victims to become susceptible to conspiracy theories that extend beyond the reality of the testing. I, for one, have a completely hacked internet and it is difficult to properly communicate with people or get my work done since there has been interference in my professional communications.

    I suggest that those who are interested in the topic look at Sargant’s work in the 1950s on “breaking” people. In addition, there is a lot of work on PTSD and personality changes. Many people state that the effects of the EMF mimic schizophrenia. I’ll go beyond that and state that the PTSD caused by anchoring individuals to particular common things (such as colors, bumper stickers, etc) in itself causes a heightened state of paranoia. That is, the brain damage that the PTSD can cause often leads the victims to radical thinking.

    In my own storyline, social engineering and trauma conditioning take a bigger role that electromagnetic weapons. After all I can’t really prove what I’ve been hit with (though I have some of the symptoms others claim, but not the voices in the head). I’ve had crimes committed against me that were set up for me to accuse a decoy – this has happened enough times to appear to be part of the program.

    Exposure of the problem will likely entail someone on the inside – whether in a government sector such as the Justice Department or within academia or the MIC – to come forward without cowardice or fear of repercussions. Until then, there is not much we can do. And life as an activist might have been part of what was “socially engineered” so I prefer to remain myself with my own life goals of having a decent career and taking care of my family, worldviews that don’t include end of the world scenarios or “gangs” of stalkers taking over the world as part of the NWO. This is a big problem. Survivor communities are both cointelproed and lead to radical thinking that does little to solve the problem.

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