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A Silent Weapons War is Going on in America
STEMMING FROM PROJECT PAPERCLIP, I AM A VICTIM OF PROJECT ARTICHOKE the NEW MONARCH PHOENIX ‘TARGETING’ PROGRAM in AMERICA & ABROAD by NSA ALEXANDER
Humanity is in Perilous Trouble
Known as Targeted Individuals around the world who’s names are systematically placed in secret court-hearings then greviously assaulted 24-7 with Low-Lying Shiny-Lit Overhead Satellites, now Drones, Passing Air Force Jets, DOD DARPA, CIA, NSA, FBI NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH (INFRA GUARD) & MILITARIZED POLICE FORCES & TREASONOUS DOCTORS.
Victim’s have written to Bush, now Obama continuously, to no avail.
Also used are SmartMeters Cell Towers Cell Phones ELF Microwaves Plasma NanoGoo to NanoBots turned to Transhumanism for Neuro/Body Weaponization & Smart (Nano/Neuro) Dust, Hardcore Scater Radar & Maser-Lasers
Psychotronic Warfare now used on Civilians
Satan now Walks this Earth
Alerting Public of TRANSHUMANISM ELECTRONIC TORTURE AGENDA
COVERT HARASSEMENT CHEMTRAILS HAARP Nanobots/borgs Space-Based Air-Born
by Organized US/INTL State Sponsored Terrorists for a ROTHCHILD BLACK POPE VATACAN PROTOCOL OF ZIONIST BILDERBERG U.N. AGENDA 21
The US is no longer Beacon of Human Rights
Former President Jimmy Carter
September 21, 2013
U.S. law enforcement is greatly expanding its use of domestic drones for surveillance. Routine aerial surveillance would profoundly change the character of public life in America. Rules must be put in place to ensure that we can enjoy the benefits of this new technology without bringing us closer to a “surveillance society” in which our every move is monitored, tracked, recorded, and scrutinized by the government. Drone manufacturers are also considering offering police the option of arming these remote-controlled aircraft with (nonlethal for now) weapons like rubber bullets, Tasers, and tear gas. Read the ACLU’s full report on domestic drones here.
Congress has ordered the Federal Aviation Administration to change airspace rules to make it much easier for police nationwide to use domestic drones, but the law does not include badly needed privacy protections. The ACLU recommends the following safeguards:
USAGE LIMITS: Drones should be deployed by law enforcement only with a warrant, in an emergency, or when there are specific and articulable grounds to believe that the drone will collect evidence relating to a specific criminal act.
DATA RETENTION: Images should be retained only when there is reasonable suspicion that they contain evidence of a crime or are relevant to an ongoing investigation or trial.
POLICY: Usage policy on domestic drones should be decided by the public’s representatives, not by police departments, and the policies should be clear, written, and open to the public.
ABUSE PREVENTION & ACCOUNTABILITY: Use of domestic drones should be subject to open audits and proper oversight to prevent misuse.
WEAPONS: Domestic drones should not be equipped with lethal or non-lethal weapons.
In October 2012, the ACLU filed Freedom of Information Act requests with five federal agencies asking for their current practices and future plans regarding domestic drones.
- CIA Role in U.S. Drone Strikes Scrutinized by Appeals Court (bloomberg.com)
- Seattle police drafting policy for using drones (sfgate.com)
- Seattle residents protest police plan to use drones (rawstory.com)
- Listen to the ACLU on Seattle police drones (seattletimes.com)
- ACLU Asking the Federal Government How It’s Using Drones Inside the U.S. (prn.fm)
- Congress likes drones, but now looks at flip side of use (cnn.com)
- CIA sued over drone killings (rt.com)
- Alameda County considers use of drones (constitutioncampaign.org)
- US Police Chiefs, Congress Issue Stark Warnings Over Surveillance Drones (lissakr11humanelife.wordpress.com)
- CIA sued over drone killings (EndtheLie.com)
Procedures governing the activities of DoD intelligence components that affect United States persons, December 1982
Procedure 13 – Experimentation on Human Subjects for Intelligence Purposes
A. APPLICABILITY This procedure applies to experimentation on human subjects if such experimentation is conducted by or on behalf of a DoD intelligence component. This procedure does not apply to experimentation on animal subjects.
B. EXPLANATION OF UNDEFINED TERMS
1. Experimentation in this context means any research or testing activity involving human subjects that may expose such subjects to the possibility ofpermanent or temporary injury including physical or psychological damage anddamage to the reputation of such persons beyond the risks of injury to which such subjects are ordinarily exposed in their daily lives.
2. Experimentation is conducted on behalf of a DoD intelligence componentif it is conducted under contract to that component or to another DoD component for the benefit of the intelligence component or at the request of such a component regardless of the existence of a contractual relationship.
3. Human subjects in this context includes any person whether or not such person is a United States person.
1. Experimentation on human subjects conducted by or on behalf of a DoD intelligence component may be undertaken only with the informed consent of the subject, and in accordance with guidelines issued by the Department of Health and Human Services, setting out conditions that safeguard the welfare of such subjects.
2. DoD intelligence components may not engage in or contract for experimentation on human subjects without approval of the Secretary or Deputy Secretary of Defense, or the Secretary or Under Secretary of aMilitary Department, as appropriate.
SMART GRID TECHNOLOGIES: Another Experimentation to add to the Ever-Growing List for Victims
Data Collection using Infrared is not only sold to 3rd parties, their sending our data information back every 15 seconds, This is how they know everything we’re doing; coming, going, what room we’re in.
It’s also how they’re applying those electrical assaults. (This is not to be confused with Taser remote hits, or Microwave). I’ll cover that next time.
Next time that plane is swooping down over your home, conduction medical and/or weapons testings, take a look at your electrical meter. Is it InfraRed? Do you feel burning or shocks when sitting outdoors, in direct line of your meter? Quite possibly, it’s best to ignore the COINTELPRO. It will only cause more stress on your heart. At the same time, they’ll soon learn their wasting precious money and time, traumatizing us.
Save wear and tear on your heart, body and mind. Ignore the motorcycles, slamming doors, tooting of horns, planes, trains, etc: It’s all smoke and mirrors. Don’t get me wrong. An attack is imminent. Thank them (in your mind) for the fair-warning. However, someone(s) grabbed hold of your home’s smart meter electromagnetic frequencies. Maybe it’s time we let the power-houses know, just as California and Maryland is doing, that we want our old meters back. Our privacy isn’t the only thing ‘they’ve invaded.
Think about it. How else do they know where you are in your home. Almost everything they do is bases on electricity, frequencies, magnetics and microwaves. I think these are the four keys elements of ‘targeting.’ Why else did they literally force Smart Grids upon society? How else could they snap at us, regardless of the room we’re traveling through, in our homes? I’m sure they’re using other technologies (See thru the Wall, Satellites, etc.) however I truly believe this is a key element.
If Congress won’t end COINTELPRO Victims can say goodbye to it on their own. Bring localism home to our own front doors. We can take our lives back a little at a time.
Who says we have to walk hand-in-hand with technology. I think those in-the-know went off-the-grid for good reason.
Peace. Enjoy the Video.
A weapon system that operates at the speed of light, that can kill, torture, enslave and escape detection. Harlan Girard
Electromagnetic weapons operate at the speed of light; they can kill, torture and enslave; but the public are largely unaware that they exist, because these weapons operate by stealth and leave no physical evidence. Electromagnetic weapons have been tested on human beings since 1976. By widely dispersing the involuntary human test-subjects, and vehemently attacking their credibility, it has been possible for the United States to proceed with these human experiments unhindered by discussions or criticisms, let alone opposition.
This ultimate weapon system is currently being deployed in Iraq. The US Air Force and the Marine Corps refer to it as “active denial technology”, as if it were used purely for defense, but it is not..
Advanced satellite surveillance and “harassment” technologies
via Theyre Watching You.
June 19 CRIME CONTROL P.L. 90-351
OMNIBUS CRIME CONTROL AND SAFE STREETS
For Legislative History of Act, see p. 2112
PUBLIC LAW 90-351; 82 STAT. 197
[H. R. 5037]
An Act to assist State and local governments in reducing the incidence of crime, to increase the effectiveness, fairness, and coordination of law enforcement and criminal justice systems at all levels of government, and for other purposes.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That:
This Act may be cited as the “Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968”.
TITLE I-LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE DECLARATIONS AND PURPOSE
P.L. 90-351 LAWS OF 90TH CONG.-2ND SESS. June 19
trol of riots and other violent civil disorders, including the ac- quisition of riot control equipment.
(7) The recruiting, organization, training and education of community service officers to serve with and assist local and State law enforcement agencies in the discharge of their duties through such activities as recruiting; improvement of police-
community relations and grievance resolution mechanisms; community patrol activities; encouragement of neighborhood participation in crime prevention and public safety efforts; and other activities designed to improve police capabilities, public safety and the objectives of this section: Provided, That in no case shall a grant be made under this subcategory without the approval of the local government or local law enforcement agency.
(c) The amount of any Federal grant made under paragraph (5) or (6) of subsection (b) of this section may be up to 75 per centum
of the cost of the program or project specified in the application for such grant. The amount of any grant made under paragraph (4) of subsection (b) of this section may be up to 50 per centum of the cost of the program or project specified in the application for such grant. The amount of any other grant made under this part may be up to 60 per centum of the cost of the program or project specified in the ap- plication for such grant: Provided,That no part of any grant for the – purpose of construction of buildings or other physical facilities shall be used for land acquisition.
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Part III Secretly forced brain implants: Ex-SS FBI agent defends chipped targets – National Human Rights | Examiner.com
Part III Secretly forced brain implants: Ex-SS FBI agent defends chipped targets
DEW TARGETED INDIVIDUAL SATELLITE SURVEILLANCE/TORTURE -13 JAN 11
Weapons and Equipment Research
In spring 2004, at Florida Gulf Coast University, the Weapons and Equipment Research Institute was created through a grant from the Bureau of Justice Assistance to test and evaluate less lethal weapons. Since that time, additional projects funded through the National Institute of Justice and Florida Gulf Coast University have allowed the comprehensive review of equipment currently available in the law enforcement marketplace. A series of research trials and experiments were conducted to evaluate the accuracy and performance of the TASER, chemical agents, 12-gauge beanbag munitions, FN303, and PepperBall. Ballistic accuracy testing of the weapons was conducted on an outdoor range and utilized a laser rangefinder to verify distance accuracy. Further, weapons were fired from a commercial firearms resting platform to reduce the effect of individual shooter accuracy. The point of aim was identified by a neon orange paste-on target, which contrasted with the rest of the target. Accuracy was measured as the difference between point of aim and point of impact.
As data was collected, it was entered into SPSS 11.0 for statistical analysis. A t-test of each shooter’s individual scores indicated that no significant differences existed, allowing the data to be aggregated. Although originally collected for unpublished technical reports that have been disseminated to the law enforcement community, this data has not been previously published in a peer-reviewed forum. The authors of this manuscript have provided the data from each evaluation, conducted over a three-year period, in abbreviated form.
Weapon Systems Conducted Energy Weapons
Obviously the “hot” topic in discussions about police use of force today, these devices are the closest technology available today to the fictional “phaser on stun.” Conducted Energy Weapons (CEWs) are less-than-lethal weapons designed to deploy an electric current through the body of the target to temporarily cause loss of muscle control. Throughout the history of law enforcement in America there have been many devices that may fit this description such as “cattle prods” or “stun guns.” Devices such as these allow electricity to be deployed on contact with the skin or within close distances. Over the past several years, the technology for these devices has become more user-friendly than the original, more rustic devices, allowing the user to apply the device from greater distances, with more accurate application. As a result, the deployment and use of these devices has grown exponentially in policing.
What is lymphedema?Lymphedema is a condition characterized by swelling in one or more extremities that results from impaired flow of the lymphatic system.The lymphatic system is a network of specialized vessels lymph vessels throughout the body whose purpose is to collect excess lymph fluid with proteins, lipids, and waste products from the tissues. This fluid is then carried to the lymph nodes, which filter waste products and contain infection-fighting cells called lymphocytes. The excess fluid in the lymph vessels is eventually returned to the bloodstream. When the lymph vessels are blocked or unable to carry lymph fluid away from the tissues, localized swelling lymphedema is the result.Lymphedema most often affects a single arm or leg, but in uncommon situations both limbs are affected.Primary lymphedema is the result of a design flaw of the lymph vessels and is a rare, inherited condition. Secondary lymphedema results from an identifiable damage to or obstruction of normally-functioning lymph vessels and nodes. Worldwide, lymphedema is most commonly caused by filariasis a parasitic infection, but in the U.S., lymphedema most commonly occurs in women who have had breast cancer surgery, particularly when followed by radiation treatment.It has been estimated that worldwide, there are 140-250 million people affected by lymphedema.
What Causes Pitting Edema?Edema is caused by either systemic diseases, that is, diseases that affect the various organ systems of the body, or by local conditions involving just the affected extremities. The most common systemic diseases associated with edema involve the heart, liver, and kidneys. In these diseases, edema occurs primarily because of the bodys retention of too much salt sodium chloride. The excess salt causes the body to retain water. This water then leaks into the interstitial tissue spaces, where it appears as edema.The most common local conditions that cause edema are varicose veins and thrombophlebitis inflammation of the veins of the deep veins of the legs…
Endocarditis is caused by a growth of bacteria on one of the heart valves, leading to an infected mass called a “vegetation”. The infection may be introduced during brief periods of having bacteria in the bloodstream, such as after dental work, colonoscopy, and other similar procedures.
What are the symptoms of endocarditis?
Patients with endocarditis can develop:
aching joints and muscles,
edema (fluid collection) in the leg(s), foot (feet), and abdomen,
shortness of breath, and
occasionally, scattered small skin lesions.
United States Army Research Laboratory From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Army Research Laboratory
The Army Research Laboratory ARL is the U.S. Armys corporate research laboratory. ARL is headquartered at the Adelphi Laboratory Center ALC in Adelphi, Maryland. Its largest single site is at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland. Other major ARL locations include Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, Orlando, Florida, and NASAs Glenn Research Center, Ohio and Langley Research Center, Virginia.
In addition to the Army Research Office, ARL has six technical directorates:
Computational and Information Sciences Human Research and Engineering Sensors and Electron Devices Survivability/Lethality Analysis Vehicle Technology Weapons and Materials Research
Edgewood Arsenal experimentsFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Edgewood Arsenal experiments (also known as Project 112) are said to be related to or part of CIA mind-control programs after World War II, such as MKULTRA. Journalist Linda Hunt, citing records from the U.S. National Archives, revealed that eight German scientists worked at Edgewood, under Project Paperclip: see “Secret Agenda: the United States Government, Nazi Scientists and Project Paperclip” St. Martin’s Press, 1991; ABC PrimeTime Live, Operation Paperclip, 1991, and hearings before the House Judiciary Committee, 1991. The experiments were performed at the Edgewood Arsenal, northeast of Baltimore, Maryland, and involved the use of hallucinogens such LSD, THC, and BZ, in addition to biological and chemical agents. Experiments on human subjects utilizing such agents goes back to at least World War I. In the mid-1970s, in the wake of many health claims made from exposure to such agents, including psychotropic and hallucinogenic drugs administered in later experiments, the U.S. Congress began investigations of misuse of such experiments, and inadequate informed consent given by the soldiers and civilians involved.
While no one disagrees that serious health hazards occur when human cells are heated with high intensity RF just like what happens in a microwave oven, scientists are still investigating what health hazards present themselves with low intensity exposure, which does not raise the temperature of living cells in the body.The telecommunications industry claims cellular antennas are safe because the radiation they produce is too weak to cause heating, a “thermal effect.” They point to “safety standards” from groups such as the American National Standards Institute, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, or International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection to support their claims. But these groups have explicitly stated that “safe levels of exposure” are based on thermal levels. The claim that RF exposure is harmless rests on the fact that it is too weak to produce a rise in temperature, a “thermal effect.”
The article goes on to state, ‘that the Community Board voted unanimously against the cell tower citing it was not in the best interest of the area, in particular for where children congregate.’
Good for Maspeth and the Juniper Civic Community group. At least they have Grown-ups running the place and making intelligent, kind-hearted decisions.
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE DECEMBER 2007 JUNIPER BERRY MAGAZINE: Cell Phone Tower May Pose Hidden Health Hazards
Note: Cell phone tower disguised as flagpole as proposed for Maspeth… citing the Juniper Civic Article.
These things are dangerous to one’s health. I believe those that put these things up, in a community, were the ones yelling about the health hazards, themselves.
Why hide them? To beautify the community? Shame they don’t inform folks considering moving to an area ‘Hey, we’re going to use this upon you… if it’s okay.’ Crowd Control? Yeah… right. And with an American flag.
Next article: How to create the type of person that fits the bill for all the Surveillance.
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Top Secret America – GIVING AWAY MONEY FOR IDEAS FOR TESTING Deals, tidbits of the week in Top Secret America
They are also asking for ideas from military and civilian personnel. So far 10,013 ideas have been submitted, according to a Defense Department Web site. Of those, 6,721 were from the Air Force; 1,318 from the Army; 811 from the Navy; 870 from Pentagon agencies; and 293 from the Marine Corps.If you work for the Defense Department, submit your suggestions at http://www.defense.gov/invest. Ideas are being accepted until Sept. 24.The Pentagon wouldnt release details of the ideas it has received, but says it will pick 25 winners in October. There are cash prizes ranging from $500 to $1,000.
DARPA Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has a new project called CINDER, short for Cyber Insider Threat. As part of the program, the agency is looking for researchers to help it build software that finds “patterns of malign behavior, distinct and quietly detectable from the normal Defense Department information user, to expose hidden operations within networks and systems,” according to an article at Wired.com.
DARPA hired Peiter “Mudge” Zatko, who Wired says is one of the hackers of Bostons L0pht collective, to serve as CINDERs program manager. He has worked at DARPA since February and serves as a program manager for cybersecurity. He plans to hold conferences in September — one in Arlington and another in San Francisco — with potential researchers for CINDER.
CINDERs goal is to “greatly increase the accuracy, rate and speed of detection that impede the ability of adversaries to operate within government and military interest networks,” according to a pre-solicitation announcement of the contract.
Deals, tidbits of the week in Top Secret America
Here are a few deals, happenings and solicitations for contract work in Top Secret America that caught our eye.
CACI of Arlington won part of a five-year contract that could be worth as much as $16.4 billion from the U.S. Army Communications and Electronics Command CECOM.CACI, a major player in Top Secret America, announced it won one of 17 prime contracts to support the Armys “Rapid Response – Third Generation R2-3G program.” As part of the contract, CACI will make, test and analyze a “range of equipment and anti-terrorism technology,” according to a press release.