"Anyone who nonconsensually violates your brain/mind/mentation using Mengele-like methods is a Nazi pig. You do not care what a Nazi pig thinks. You do not care about a Nazi pig's opinions. You do not respond to a Nazi pig ridiculing you, threatening you, trying to distract you, or otherwise trying to manipulate you. You work to get a Nazi pig hanged." - Allen Barker, NPT Theorem

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Directed Energy Weapons

Indicators of direct energy weapons (DEW) and electronic harassment (EH) attacks and EH:
  • You find that you suddenly awake at precisely the same time, every night
  • Hot needles (or "stings") deep in your flesh, especially when trying to sleep
  • Limbs jerking wildly, muscle twitching, especially when trying to sleep
  • Forced awakening, can't go back to sleep, as if on high doses of caffeine
  • Very high body heat, no fever, relaxed, cool surroundings
  • Extremely powerful itching which may start as small electrical shocks
  • Very fast heartbeat and ringing in ears - may start/stop when switching on or off electronic devices (mistaken as tinnitus)
  • Sudden "drop-you-in-your-tracks" fatigue at times you should not be tired
  • Vibration in any part of your body or nearby objects which are normally immobile
  • Non-random traffic through the neighborhood, indicating use of thru-the-wall radar
  • Repeated evidence of break-ins and sabotage both at home and at work
  • Repeated instances where it seems others know things about you that could only be found out by bugging your phone, house, or vehicle (Stop Covert War).

Directed Energy Weapons
  • electronic devices used to cause sleep deprivation and malaise
  • a hit man's dream
  • classified or unclassified electronic weapons developed by the federal government, military, or private corporations to kill slowly
  • electronic devices used to tetanize muscles, cause strokes, heart attacks, or memory loss, instill fear, rage, or other forms of control over any living being
  • electronic devices which can manipulate hormones
  • patented or unpatented electronic devices developed to control behavior in living beings
  • electronic weapons developed specifically to covertly manipulate the masses
  • electronicweapons which, when used over the long term, cause a wide variety of illnesses, including lupus, fibro-myalgia, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue, lymphatic breakdown, depressed immune system, low t-cell count, etc. (MDSEC).

  • WEAPONIZED MICROWAVE OVEN: A simple microwave oven, door removed, with the door interlock switch bypassed, and held against the bedroom wall of a target in an apartment building or semi-detached house. This device can cause a variety of disabling medical symptoms: Asthma, cataracts, headaches, memory loss, early Alzheimer's, bad dreams, depression, fatigue, concentration loss, appetite loss, heart and blood pressure problems, and cancer. (“Normally, devices emits pulp frequencies to avoid targets being cook” – Julliane McKenney in his interview with Greg Syzmanski)
  • VOICE TO SKULL: Joseph Sharp's voice to skull success, performed with Dr. James C. Lin's pulsed microwave transmitter, and publicly announced in 1974 at the University of Utah, can transmit audible sound, heard by the target but silent to others nearby, transmitted directly into a target's skull, through a target's wall, of course, can drive the through-the-wall target "crazy," and if the target complains, the target will be immediately diagnosed as mentally ill. The perfect crime: In 2008, a target was able to get a Freedom of Information document showing that the U.S. military is considering the use of voice to skull, which they call MEDUSA (Mob Excess Deterrent Using Silent Audio) and which exploits the microwave audio effect. The device is aimed for military or crowd-control applications, but may have other uses. One target reports that some deaf people can hear voice to skull harassment signals.
  • SILENT SOUND: Dr. Oliver Lowery's "Silent Sound," patent 5,159,703, has been used for self-help subliminal hypnosis tapes and CDs and by the U.S. Army in Gulf War One (1991). Currently, silent sound subliminal sound is used for shoplifting prevention. Silent sound can be carried by a voice to skull transmitter, making covert hypnosis through walls a possibility. Electronic targets do report what they feel is having their behaviour influenced so I take the combination of voice to skull and silent sound seriously.
  • THE LIDA MACHINE: A half-century-old medical device, the Russian-built Lida machine, a pulsed 40 watt, 40 MHz radio transmitter which can be used to make a target exhausted on the job when pulsing at the rate consistent with sleep, and with a pulse rate increase, deprive the target of sleep too! Certain ham radio transmitters can be configured so as to duplicate the Lida signal. The Lida uses the repetitive stimulus principle, and it´s pulsing radio signal is what makes this a through wall capable weapon. Very slow stimulus induces drowsiness, rapid stimulus induces wakefulness, all done silently. U.S. Patent 3,773,049 describes the Lida operating principle. Dr. Ross Adey, now deceased, was a researcher at the Loma Linda, California veterans hospital. Dr. Adey, together with Dr. Eldon Byrd, acquired a Lida machine for testing, with an eye towards weapons potential. Neither Dr. Adey nor Dr. Byrd are known to have been associated with any unethical activities nor weapons derived from the Lida machine.
  • THROUGH WALL RADAR: Through clothing (and through non-conductive wall) radar, widely used at airports and by police to look through clothing for hidden weapons. The harassment potential of this technology in the hands of organized stalking gangs is obvious.
  • EPIC BALANCE DISRUPTOR: The code name EPIC through wall coordination/balance disruptor weapon may become another through wall capable harassment technology, once it has been announced as having been successfully demonstrated.

Monday, March 28, 2011

Bell Island Explosion and Tesla's Electromagnetism Inventions

On April 2, 1978, there was a loud explosion on Bell Island which caused damage to some houses and the electrical house wiring in the surrounding area. Two cup-shaped holes about two feet deep and three feet wide marked the major impact. A number of TV sets in Lance Cove, the surrounding community, also exploded at the time of the blast. It was initially thought to be caused by ball lightning. Meteorologists confirmed that atmospheric conditions at the time were not conducive to lightning. The boom was heard 55 kilometers away in Cape Broyle. The impact occurred in the Bickfordville area, on the southwestern side of the island. According to Tom Bearden, the boom occurred when a bolt of unusually straight lightning impacted the ground at a 45 degree angle (Wikipedia).

On April 2, 1978, an anomalous straight, not jagged, beam of "1ightning" came down from the sky at a 45 degree angle to the ground and struck Bell Island, Newfoundland, causing a loud explosion and damage to some houses, etc. Two cup-shaped holes about two feet deep and three feet wide marked the major impact. Wires leading to a shed and coop nearby were vaporized. Both structures suffered considerable damage, but no burning occurred except for a slightly scorched spruce tree. The anomalous bolt did not discharge into prominent metal contact points, such as a metal chimney running down to an iron stove. Instead, all the wiring on the property was blown out. A number of TV sets in Lance Cove, the surrounding community, also exploded at the time of the blast. Weather men confirmed that atmospheric conditions at the time were not conductive to lightning. The blast was heard 45 kilometers away in Cape Broyle. Apparently U.S. Vela satellites picked up the event. The incident was investigated promptly by two representatives from a U.S. weapons laboratory at Los Alamos, according to the news media. (Historical Background of Scalar EM Weapons).


In the 1930s, Tesla revived the idea of tele-geodynamics to create small, realtively harmless temblors to relieve stress, rather than having to wait in fear for nature to take it's course. Perhaps this idea did not remain the idle speculation of a scientist whose star had never been on the ascendant since the turn of the century, and we occasionally experience the devious machinations of invisible "earthquake merchants" at the behest of the unseen hands who wish to experiment on and control the populace (Nikola Tesla's Earthquake Machine).

Nikola Tesla (Serbian: Никола Тесла; 10 July 1856 – 7 January 1943) was an inventor, mechanical engineer, and electrical engineer. He was an important contributor to the birth of commercial electricity, and is best known for his many revolutionary developments in the field of electromagnetism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Tesla's patents and theoretical work formed the basis of modern alternating current (AC) electric power systems, including the polyphase system of electrical distribution and the AC motor. This work helped usher in the Second Industrial Revolution (Wikipedia).



Saturday, March 26, 2011


“Savvy law enforcement types realized that under the community policing rubric, cops, community groups, local companies, private foundations, citizen informants and federal agencies could form alliances without causing public outcry.” Covert Action Quarterly, summer 1997.

How often do we hear that policing is one of the most difficult jobs around? The hostility towards police is at a peak. On the one hand, the mass media, relying on its familiar tactics of sensationalism, exposes the most embarrassing scandals involving our uniformed authorities. On the other hand, hatred of the cops, formerly expressed openly only by groups which were relatively marginal (the radical left, the punk scene, etc.), has picked up steam. The latter is most of all an outgrowth of the hip-hop scene, which does not mince words, propelling criticism of the forces of law-and-order into the ranks of mass culture.

This hostility increases the “siege mentality” syndrome, resulting in the police feeling alienated from the rest of the very population that they are supposed to “serve and protect”, thereby developing a paranoid “us against them” vision of society. In the underprivileged neighbourhoods of the great industrial metropolises of the industrialized world, the behaviour of the police on patrol, the frequency of their abuses of power, and, above all, their smudges on their own blotter create a rare, unifying cause of anger among the poor. This unity sometimes extends even to rival gangs, who often on the night of a riot wind up side-by-side, making common cause. This is no minor paradox: the disaster for the police is that they tend to produce exactly the opposite effect of their mission of preserving social peace. Their repressive action itself becomes the principal catalyst for some of the most important urban uprisings of our era!

The depths of the crevice between the police and the residents of the poor neighbourhoods, and most of all the danger this represents, were highlighted by the Kerner Commission in the United States. This inquiry was set up following the Detroit riots of 1967, a veritable urban insurrection causing $500,000,000 in damage to private property and crushed in bloodshed by the National Guard at a cost of forty-three deaths and 2700 arrests. The conclusions of the Kerner Commission constitute one of the first arguments for community policing: “The Commission believes that police cannot, and should not resist becoming involved in community service matters. There will be benefits for law enforcement no less than for public order. First, police, because of their ‘front line position’ in dealing with ghetto problems, will be able to identify problems in the community that may lead to disorder. Second, they will be better able to handle incidents requiring police intervention…Third, willing performance of such work can gain police the respect and support of the community. Finally, development of non-adversary contacts can provide the police with a vital source of information and intelligence concerning the communities they serve.”

It isn’t necessary to go so far back in time in order to establish the causal link between riots and community policing. In Amiens-Nord, France, the explosion of anger on the part of youth, during which the head of the CRS received a pellet of buckshot right in the chest (!), convinced the authorities to opt for “in the vicinity policing”, the local variant of neighbourhood police. The special correspondent of the newspaper Le Monde reported that, “Little by little, order and calm have returned. The municipal police has established itself in the middle of the city. Working together with social workers, it has set about to reconquer public opinion. On foot. And without weapons, unlike its “colleagues” from the national police” (Le Monde, January 20,1998).

Closer to us in space and time, the riot in Saint Hyacinthe on last January 27, during which some 300 youths threw rocks at a handful of overwhelmed cops, put the plan to develop a community wing of the municipal police back on the agenda. In his three-page report of the event, Lieutenant Bessette wrote, “It is necessary to multiply our efforts, both on the part of management and on the part of the union, in order to establish a set of fundamental principles for community policing, particularly with regard to resolving the problem of partnership.” Jacques Berger, a spokesman for the Maison des Jeunes, called for closer relations with the police: “All they need to do is to stop at places like ours or in playgrounds on a regular basis during their patrols, if only for five minutes, and ask those present if everything is okay” (Le Courrier de St-Hyacinthe, February 3, 1999).

Community policing thus represents more than anything a modernization of the police apparatus, the goal of which is to defuse revolt before it erupts. It does not involve a new police, but rather a strategy to maintain the social status quo, a complement to that which already exists, an extra string in the law enforcement bow. However, the fears of the authorities cannot by themselves explain why we now find ourselves coming to grips with the institution of community policing. Chris Murphy has provided us with another part of the explanation: “With some exceptions, Canadian policing is typically a modified response to, or copy of, U.S. police ideology and practice. This perhaps unavoidable importation of police ideology, research, and technology, though sometimes modified and reformulated to meet Canadian conditions, explains the origin and pattern of much development and innovation in Canadian policing over the last ten years” (Community Policing in Canada, p.14).

Wherever the project of community policing has appeared, it has first of all run up against the suspicion of those primarily concerned; i.e., the cops themselves. These individuals are not noted for their openness to change. Eventually, certain among those that are least challenged intellectually (!) come to understand that the police apparatus has everything to gain by the move to community policing. This is no doubt why different adaptations of community policing exist today in dozens of countries over five continents.

The promotional discourse of community policing, poor in ideas but rich in ambiguities, camouflages insidious projects that are hardly admissible in a régime which ritually congratulates itself on its democratic character. It is important to avoid the error of assuming that the implementation of community policing represents a reaction of weakness or sign of softening on the part of the authorities. On the contrary, however bizarre the peculiar combination of the words “police” and “community” may seem to the ears of sensible people, this formula serves as an ideal cover for a broad-based police offensive against society. Wherever the seeds of community policing have been sown, the abuse of power against the civilian population has intensified. This is especially true for the cops’ favourite victims, those who, marginalized by capitalist society, have become easy targets. This is a reference to those among the poor who have been pushed into illegality in order to survive, and who practice trades posing a high risk of criminalization.

Despite everything, it is worthwhile to make a closer examination of one of the most popular expressions in community policing terminology: “problem solving”. By this, the community police pretend to turn over a new leaf in rejecting the old, worn-out model of “reactive police.” The community police sets as it’s a goal not simply to anticipate the “problem” but to eliminate its source. Will the community police campaign against the inequality in income between rich and poor, and against the criminalization of people consuming drugs, two of the principal causes of most property-related crimes? Surely not, as this would lead to more unemployed police! Given this irreconcilable disagreement as to the source of problems, the intention of the police to definitively solve them is hardly promising.

In fact, problem solving is only an excuse to increase the repressive mandate of the police. The reasoning of community policing with regard to problem-solving relies essentially on the “theory of the broken window” of the criminologists James Q. Wilson and George Kelling. This theory can be summed up as follows: If a broken window in a building is not replaced, it is most probable that the remaining windows will come to the same end, quite simply because neglecting to resolve this problem sends a signal that no one could care less; and this, in turn, will ostensibly be interpreted as in invitation to window-breakers that they can repeat the infraction without fear. For the police, this theory is the ideal justification for the policy of “zero tolerance” for misdeeds, no matter how insignificant. As the old maxim says, “give ‘em an inch and they’ll take a mile.” Thus, the traditional mission of the police to curb crime is enhanced by a new vocation: attacking all manifestations of “public disorder”, such as pissing in the street, running a red light, etc.

Imagine for one moment, if the police would tolerate the unemployed who spend the day sitting in public places, what kind of lesson this would give the rest of the “active” population. For the good of all, the community police officer has to order the jobless person to get up and march down to the employment centre before everyone imitates her or him and takes off from work! Seriously, between this coarse exaggeration and the reality of the situation there is only a step, and it is one that numerous cops make with disconcerting ease. It must be maintained, though, that the eagerness with which the police dislodge the experts in loitering is surely more attributable to their mentality of narrow-minded suburbanites who don’t like the sight of poor people than to an elastic interpretation of the theory of broken windows.

A RAPIDLY GROWING POLICE APPARATUS - The promoters of community policing themselves acknowledge the goal of making the police more “visible”, more present on the street. This increased visibility is obviously not brought about by waving a magic wand, but indeed by squandering public funds:
  • In Laval, having community police, allowed for the addition of six new stations referred to as “public security centres” and the hiring of twenty-four auxiliary police officers. (Journal de Montréal, November 27, 1998) A week earlier, the Police Brotherhood signed a new contract authorizing an increase in salary amounting to 5.16%. (Journal de Montréal, November 18, 1998)
  • In Halifax, the advent of “community based policing” resulted between 1985 and 1988 in an annual police budgetary increase of five percent at a time when the municipal administration insisted upon a three percent growth limit for other services (Community Policing in Canada).

U$A: A COMMUNITY FAÇADE FOR A WAR ON CRIME - After more than a decade along the community policing road, this formula succeeded in convincing the heavyweights; that is, the occupants of the White House. On September 13, 1994, President Clinton, with the support of the members of congress from both of the two parties which dominate American Political life, the Democrats and the Republicans, signed into law the “Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act”. This law authorizes the Federal Government to spend 8.8 billion dollars over six years to allow local police forces to hire 100,000 supplementary officers to patrol streets! Using the circumstantial pretext of “promoting community policing strategies”, the Clinton administration has managed to mobilize a veritable army of cops! The program responsible for financing the one hundred thousand new police officers is, indeed, called the Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS).

By using the alibi of community policing as a façade, the Clinton régime has realized a tour de force, managing to rally to its crusade for law-and-order the few influential liberals who still believe that the war against crime does not deserve the pure-and-simple abolition of civil rights. In order to guarantee the success of the COPS program with police forces, there is no question of hindering the gendarmes by insisting that they supply details of the ways in which they plan to use the above-mentioned moneys to provide innovation in the domain of community policing. The Secretary of Justice has managed to simplify the procedures necessary to obtain funds. For small cities applying for the program, a one-page form has been deemed sufficient. For any request for additional community cops, there is not even any need to submit a new application: one just has to indicate the quantity of reinforcements desired!

Clinton’s electoral opportunism does not provide a complete answer as to why he has gotten so heavily involved in generalized coppery. Having played the role of sheriff of the whole world, Washington discovered that it had perhaps neglected what might be called the “home front”. It is true that the phenomenon of insecurity had reached such a level that the rich were no longer able to gaze at the news programs on their 27 inch colour-tv screens without hearing about the poor in the ghettos who can’t stop killing each other. Ignoring the existence of the classes living in misery became difficult if not impossible, seeing that the daily spectacle of their armed deeds, broadcast in living colour, had emerged as part of the ever-present plethora of ultra-mediated criminal exploits. Worse yet, the image of an America in the grips of uncontrollable urban violence risked being hazardous to the first imperialist power on the planet!

In order to join battle with this “threat from inside”, who can be better placed than all those ex-GI’s from the US Army, having been discharged for lack of a cold war and certainly in need of action? The Clinton administration asked the very same question. In collaboration with the Department of Defense, the funds from the COPS program finance the recycling of freshly-demobilized soldiers into happy community police officers! The military/police association does not stop there: In an article appearing in the American police union magazine Law and Order, an advocate of community policing reveals what inspires this type of strategy: “The military calls changing an enemy’s or a population’s thoughts “Psychological Operations” or PSYOPS”. Community Oriented Policing does the same thing” (Law and Order, May, 1995).

COMMUNITY POLICING TO THE RESCUE OF THE SOCIAL ORDER - Many people must wonder where the police dug up that idea of “community”. What does it really mean to live in a “community” in a large city such as Montreal, where the rate of people living alone is staggering, where multitudes of people, living in a silent, asphyxiating anonymity pass each other daily in the subway or on the street without ever exchanging words? In the absence of a real “community”, where neighbours know and relate to each other on a non-fictitious basis, the idea of “community” conveyed by the police would clearly be a fabrication, essentially based on the representation of this concept by the small neighbourhood weekly newspapers. Leafing through the pages of these rags gives the portrait of the “community” that the police seeks to Serve and Protect. All the respectable (?) members of the local establishment have their photos there as often as possible. So do the various elected officials, pictured handing over envelopes to the representatives of associations and self-proclaimed spokespersons for their respective memberships. Side-by-side with these images lie the various ads from small businesses. It is in newspapers such as Les Nouvelles de l’est, distributed in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve and Le Progrès de Villeray that the neighbourhood police put out their little columns, written up by designated socio-community officers who don’t happen to be illiterate.

Because this “community” only really exists for those whose function it is to represent it, it is the interests of the latter that the neighbourhood police dedicate themselves to defend. Fundamentally speaking, the community police in no way modifies the dominant social structure; it only attempts, rather, to solidify it locally, volunteering to be its avowed accomplice and acting in collusion with its mercantile aspirations. With its new “community mission”, the police wishes to legitimize its practice of “protection”, a practice which has always existed, in order to exploit it without hindrance. The police finds itself pushed in this direction by the fact that its position in the security market is being threatened by private agencies experiencing an electric expansion. According to the Canadian census of 1991, there were 61,500 cops working in police forces as opposed to 104,000 security agents employed in the private sector. Seven years later, police force personnel had decreased to a total of 54,311 whereas the number of private security agents had doubled, to reach 200,000! (Maclean’s January 12, 1998). The Reign of Competitition has thus not spared our police forces.

Five days before his project was adopted by the MUC (Montreal Urban Community), then Police Director Jacques Duscheneau solicited an interview with Le Devoir in order to exert pressure on the elected municipal representatives. He used the occasion to self-servingly brandish the threat of “private policing”. “Worse than budgetary constraints is competition from the private sector [private detectives, investigation services, security agents, etc.]. We’ve always seen ourselves as a monopoly and it’s becoming less and less the case,” said Duscheneau, nevertheless later adding that this competing police “must become an ally” (Le Devoir, November 27, 1995).

What Duscheneau was obviously not saying is that in order to pull the rug from under the feet of the private sector, it is necessary for the police to attend to and to fulfil the expectations of those social elements which are providing the demand for security, that is: private interests, whether in the form of well-to-do individuals or enterprises. In short, what we are referring to are those who have enough merchandise to invest in their protection. Last year, the spokespersons for SIDAC, an association representing 120 downtown Montreal merchants, played the private police card in order to put pressure on the MUC Police so as to get the Force to adopt a hard line when dealing with street youth. It was only necessary or Remi Caron of SIDAC to predict that merchants might “hire armed guards” to get the new Director of the MUC Police, Claude Rochon, to announce that an additional sixty officers would begin foot patrols in the district.(La Presse, May 15, 1998). Nevertheless, two weeks after the appearance of police reinforcements, as the merchants’ appetites were still unsatisfied, the Director-General of SIDAC returned to the charge, declaring that “behind the scenes it’s being said that nothing is being done. There will be some contacts signed.” (Le Devoir, June 6, 1998) In other words, strongarms might be hired to break the legs of certain young people.

As was true for the oldest of police forces, the community police does not merely remain the loyal ally of the powerful. In order to curry their precious favour, it moreover does not hesitate to harden its repression against the poorest in society. Examples abound of the bias of the community police in social conflicts opposing commercial interests and those who are economically deprived population.

Thus, the increase in “police visibility” alluded to above is designed to place a veil over an explosion of poverty which is becoming difficult to hide, particularly in the centres of our great metropolises. In fact, everywhere that the police announce their conversion to the “community approach”, we note that the politicians hesitate less and less to adopt a policing approach to social problems, or rather to divert them in such a way as to avoid taking the bull by the horns. From Vancouver to Toronto, where community policing has a longer history than in Montreal, the elected representatives tackle the problem of a skyrocketing homeless population with an approach that is resolutely repressive. And because there are drugs in the street, those living there or even merely “loitering” are automatically deemed to be “mixed up” in narcotics-related violations of the Criminal Code!

Only several months after the inauguration of Station 21, street workers in downtown Montreal made a rare public denunciation of the police, angrily scolding them after an anti-drug operation involving an imposing deployment of a hundred police officers, including thirty-five in plainclothes and the rest in riot gear. The event took place on October 1, 1997, at Berri Square and at Place Pasteur, two locations often frequented by street youth. “They nabbed everyone who looked marginal. They even accosted students on their way to class because they were wearing mauve hair or a leather windbreaker.” The new community approach had already left the bitter taste of treason: “During the whole summer long, the police had shown an openness of spirit and a willingness to not needlessly ‘judicialize’ problems which cannot be solved by repression. Police Station 21 had even assigned an officer who we consider an ally and who many youths consider a friend.” This cop could be found in the middle of the action and pointed out individuals to be arrested. “He was acting as a double agent, unless he, himself, was screwed by his bosses,” concluded the spokesperson (La Presse, October 23, 1997).

It may be that the war on drugs, which we all know is lost in advance, is not sufficient to convince public opinion of the legitimacy of a repressive action against street people. This represents no problem for community police forces, which are not exactly on the lookout for alternative solutions. It suffices, they have determined, to undertake an effective lobbying campaign with citizenpartners in order to create new infractions. Thus, in Vancouver in April 1998, panhandling became an offense punishable by fines stretching from a minimum of $100 to a maximum of $2000. The by-law adopted by the elected municipal officials forbade begging near places such as banks, automatic tellers, bus stops or liquor stores. Solicitation is only permitted if practiced at a distance of 120 feet away from these “strategic” locations.

Four years earlier, the Community Policing Office (CPO) in Britannia, Vancouver had initiated a campaign to have such a measure adopted. In May 1996, during a neighbourhood assembly held in the CPO of Britannia, begging had been placed on the agenda even though not one of the participants in attendance had expressed a desire that this activity be prohibited. Later, however, the community cops of CPO Britannia used one of their phony consultations in order to affirm that “aggressive begging” was disturbing everyone and thus succeeded in convincing the elected municipal representatives. Whatever comes out of this type of meeting, the police say that they have consulted the population, so that they can subsequently add more political weight to their demands.

A SPRAWLING POLICE APPARATUS - It quickly becomes apparent that the interest manifested by the police in drawing closer to the community is for the purpose of exploiting it as in inexhaustible source of information. Informing is central to the relationship between the community police and “concerned citizens.” It is for this reason highly significant that that one of the ways in which community policing was introduced to Quebec was the emergence, towards the end of the 1980’s, of televised informing programs. In an article entitled, “The real fiction: the Info-Crime programs,” the author criticizes this “perversion of the community policing model”: “Info-Crime, the Quebec version of Crime Stoppers, is first and foremost a non-profit corporation affiliated with the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal and financed by honorary members such as the Association of Canadian Bankers, the Insurance Bureau of Canada, the large oil companies and the major convenience store chains. Info-Crime is also and above all a program appearing in certain media of prevention and repression of certain crimes. And these media are precisely those that exploit criminal events. In Montreal, these are the television networks CFCF and Quatre-Saisons, the radio stations CKAC and CKVL, the dailies The Gazette and Le Journal de Montréal, the weekly Photo-Police, for the most part popular media with a reputation of making headlines out of incidents.

“Participating private enterprises project the image of good corporate citizens and the traditional police get something out of the operation, since these programs do not appeal to citizens to identify problems as they themselves perceive them, as called for by the principles of community policing, but to collaborate with the police, who preserve their monopoly on the maintenance of order and the struggle against crime.” The article thus raises one of the principal contradictions in the promotional discourse of community policing: Academics, having identified the fear of crime as a factor which engenders it, defend the idea that a police force working closely with the population will be capable of diminishing this phobia. However, this very fear of crime is itself exploited by the police apparatus so as to increase its powers, budgets, resources, etc (Georges-André Parent, Revue Internationale d’Action Communautaire, 1994, pp.171-179).

In 1996, the Cellular Communications Industry Asociation Foundation instituted the Communities on Phone Patrol Program (COPP). Today, more than 440,000 volunteers throughout the U$A are equipped with COPP telephones, which have in turn enabled them to report more than 45,000 crimes per month! On July 7, 1998, the enterprises Cellular One and Ericsson Mobile Phones announced that they would offer five hundred cordless telephones to volunteers of Neighbourhood Watch groups scouring the streets of Washington, D.C. “This gift will bring the total number of COPP phones with service donated by Cellular One in the Washington/Baltimore area to 808, maintaining our proud position as the leading provider of airtime for COPP programs in this region,” rejoiced Jim Carter, ranked number two in marketing for Cellular One. The donations of cordless phones has reached 12,000, each programmed with an emergency number which places volunteers in direct contact with the police by means of a mere touch. Ericsson is a multinational enterprise with 100,000 employees spread out in 130 countries, whereas Cellular One belongs to SBC Communications, Inc., which owns investments in 10 countries, employs 118,000 and reported revenues amounting to twenty-five billion US dollars (Business Wire, July 7, 1998).

The police of the city of Kanakee, Illinois, offers a very special course, the Landlord’s Training Program. This free course, of six hours duration, deals with, among other subjects, the following: screening potential tenants, warning-signals of illegal activities, evictions, working with the police, reducing chronic troubles, etc.

In the city of San Diego, the District Attorney, the housing inspection service, and the police work conjointly in an anti-drug squad, DART (Drug Abatement Response Team). In six months, seventy dwellings were stung by DART.

YOUR CHANCE TO BECOME “THE EYES AND EARS OF THE POLICE” - As a result of its controversial nature, enrollment of citizens in backing-up the police constitutes one of the most delicate stages in the implementation of community policing. The notion of civilians on a large scale patrolling the streets and informing the police does not escape conjuring up the spectre of the classic police state. It isn’t necessary to suffer from conspiracy paranoia in order to predict such a somber future. The threat is not imaginary. Developments are taking shape, not in secret, but before our very eyes. The risks are extremely high, since until now, no influential voice has been heard to denounce this ominous eventuality.

However, the promotional material put out by the Neighbourhood Police couldn’t be clearer. The publicity posters of the Neighbourhood Police, which massively invaded the vehicles of the MUC Police in 1997 and 1998, extended an invitation by means of a visual message: It is not coincidental that on all these posters, on which one observes citizens in the company of police officers, everyone smiling from ear-to-ear, the police cap sits on the head of the citizens. The targeted psychological effect is not only to break the mental barrier separating cops from civilians, but, moreover to encourage the population to identify with the office, and thus the role of the agents of law and order.

With the adoption of the slogan, “YOU ARE THE NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICE”, appearing on the pages of the second promotional circular of the Neighbourhood Police, which appeared in February, 1998, the message became all the more crass The promoters of neighbourhood policing have chosen the term “partnership” to define the new relation that they mean to develop with the citizenry. It would have been more appropriate to use the term “collaboration,” but the strategists of the MUC Police no doubt understood that their “citizen partners” risked being labeled “collaborators”. In order to welcome citizens who missed their calling, that is, to become law enforcement officers, two structures were put into place: Informing Partners Committees (Comités Aviseurs de Partenaires-CAP) and the Institute for Police Partnership with Citizens (Institut de Partenariat de la Police avec les Citoyens-IPC).

Each of the forty-nine neighbourhood police stations has been equipped with these CAPs, “which are made up of a dozen individuals coming from representative organizations of the district.” The expectations of the community police are transparent: “We will be asking you to identify public security problems in your neighbourhood and to participate in putting solutions in place.” As far as the IPC is concerned, it has offered since October 1, 1997 to participate in a session of eleven free classes on different aspects of police activities, including “utilization of force by the police”, “Narcotics Division (plainclothed police and infiltration)” and “participation in an activity of familiarization with the motorized patrol”. The forty participants will be encouraged to become involved in demonstrations and role-playing.” On the registration form, it states that, “Considering the nature of the sessions being offered, all applicants will have to pass a security check.” During a press conference, the then Number One of the MUC Police, Jacques Duscheneau, admitted that, “It is not impossible that we will develop a more elaborate partnership link,”mentioning that in Ottawa volunteers were being trained in the neighbourhood police stations (La Presse, August 20, 1997).

This is already an established fact in Quebec City, where since 1995 community stations are directed by youth, representatives of community organizations such as l’Oeil (The Eye) and students in police technology (La Presse, July 9, 1995). According to a reliable source, during the epic Saint-Jean Baptiste riot of 1996, volunteers, armed with baseball bats, stood ready to defend their station.

With the IPC, the MUC Police is but imitating the American version called the Citizen Police Academy, begun in 1985 in Orlando, Florida, which in turn drew its inspiration from a similar experiment in Great Britain. Since then, the formula has spread like wildfire to the four corners of the U$A. In the State of Massachusetts alone, no less than 103 of these “academies” were registered in 1997, an increase of 50% over the previous year! (The Christian Science Monitor, May 15, 1997) This infatuation can be explained by the popularization of police culture through the vehicle of the numerous pro-cop television shows. The Freemont Police Department openly stresses this phenomenon to fill its classes at the local Citizens’ Police Academy. Hence the following in the City of Freemont Community Newsletter: “Are you a fan of Dragnet, Hill Street Blues, or NYPD Blue? If these television shows have piqued your interest in law enforcement, here’s your opportunity to explore local police activity.”

On the website of the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Department, the objectives of its “Citizens’ Academy” are insultingly obvious. The Sheriff wants “a group selected from community leaders and interested citizens” who will complete the courses to become “our ambassadors to the community to help citizens better understand law enforcement. In addition, these academy classes are the nucleus of an alumni group that supports us on issues we’ve struggled with for long without overriding, understanding and long-term public support.” The citizens who graduate from the “academy” will be invited to devote themselves to the sheriff in numerous ways, among others, by “showing support for the sheriff’s department at budget hearings” “entering data in computers” “assisting at fund-raising events” “leading Neighborhood Watch groups throughout the country”, etc.

San Diego, California is in the vanguard among cities in the enrolment of civilians to support police actions. On its website, the San Diego Police Department boasts of its successes such as Neighborhood Watch, a sort of hierarchically-organized district vigilante operation, replete with community coordinators and even “block captains”(!), and the famous Citizens’ Patrol, which “acts as our eyes and ears to observe suspicious activity and to eliminate problems.” Begun in 1990, the Volunteers in Policing (VIP) program managed to recruit in seven years of existence more than a thousand citizens craving for law and order. The VIP is divided into five sections:
  • A Crisis Intervention Team, charged with providing assistance to citizens who have just been victimized and providing emotional support and essential resources (lodging, food)
  • Retired Senior Volunteer Patrol, comprising citizens age 55 and over, who pass their spare time patrolling neighbouhoods and verifying the security of homes whose residents are absent. These tasks are performed with the assistance of a radio-equipped police car, so that real cops might be contacted should their intervention be necessary.
  • Police Reserves, formed of volunteers who have completed the Police Officers Standards and Training course at the Reserve Academy. They enjoy “limited powers” of street patrol.
  • Critical Incident Management Volunteers, who assume responsibilities on the level of communications, operations of command posts, evacuations, etc.
  • The remainder of the citizen-participants of VIP forms a nucleus of people who can be found inside each of the facilities of the SDPD, including the Police Academy, the Pistol Range and the Crime Laboratory, holding down more than 25 different functions.

In New York, a police officer came up with the idea of using homeless war veterans to patrol the streets of certain rough areas. Thus were born the “VCOPS” (Veterans’ Civilian Observation Patrol), who keep a lookout in the vicinity of banks the day that welfare cheques arrive. During the first nine months of 1995, twenty-seven members of the V-COPS provided more than eight-thousand person-hours of street presence. One of the V-COPS described the impact of their group on the security of the neighbourhoods: “Our presence deters [criminals] from coming into the neighbourhood. They know who we are. They know we’re veterans. They think we’re probably psycho or Rambo, and they walk away” (Community Policing:Theory and Practice, 1994).

You have to be extraordinarily naïve, or purposely shut your eyes to not see that these types of popular vigilantism give a free rein to the worst deviations. If the police have become masters in the art of dodging the institutional controls fencing in their power, imagine how zealous citizens, free of all ethical rules might take advantage of the situation! In Birmingham, England, the authorities take pleasure in citing the example of the mobilization of the residents of the reputedly “hot” district of Balsall Heath, who organized as vigilantes. As a replacement for urban insecurity stemming from the concentration of dealers, procurers and customers prowling around in cars, there emerged the authoritarianism and even terror of the Street Watch groups. According to Cari Mitchell of the English Prostitutes Collective, “The women in our network have complained of numerous assaults perpetrated by members or ex-members of Street watch, attacks which in certain cases were potentially fatal or which necessitated hospitalization. To whom can the women complain if their assailants are working hand-in-hand with the police?”

Today regrouping close to 200 volunteers, Street Watch qualifies its tactics as “non-violent harassment”. The vigilantes insure nocturnal surveillance, inspect the identity of those entering the neighbourhood, note the registration numbers of automobiles and install cameras and alarm systems. Certain social workers, including some who have helped women who have left prostitution, have also become the targets of these Protectors of Puritan Order, and have been insulted, spat upon and had their cars riddled with stones. Macho-Rambo culture has obtained the upper hand and many women feel imprisoned in their own homes. Even Reverend Pam Nicholson, who was vicar of Balsall Heath, got a taste of “non-violent harassment”: One night, while walking her dog, the vigilantes wanted to know why she was wearing a pastor’s shirt which had... short sleeves! “Today, I work in a district which has a much worse reputation, but I feel safer there than with the vigilantes of Balsall Heath,” she said (Courrier International, February 4, 1999).

COMMUNITY POLICING AROUND THE WORLD - SOUTH AFRICA: In his White Paper, Security Minister Sidney Mufamadi has proposed a reform of the Police Services. His proposals and the principles of community policing are as indistinguishable as two peas in a pod. One of his suggestions aims to give civilians more control over the policies, strategies, monitoring techniques and verification procedures of the South African Police Service. The White Paper advocates making the police more visible in various ways: preventive patrols, controlled patrols of limited duration targeting specific locations, and high-density patrols in areas reputed to have elevated crime rates. Mufamadi also pitches the creation of a unit specialized in prevention. In addition, he calls for improvements in arrest techniques and the analysis and management of criminal information, and recommends the institution of specialized investigative departments and enlarging the institutionalized responsibilities of investigators (Panafrican News Agency, May 20, 1998).

COMMUNITY POLICING AROUND THE WORLD - BOLIVIA: In La Paz on January 14, 1999, an inauguration ceremony for a community policing program, baptized the Citizen Safety Plan turned into open defiance when six hundred licensed workers who had come to protest against government policies were brutally repressed by the forces of law and order using tear gas. In addition to the damages inflicted upon the “community” image that the police are trying to sell the public, the confrontation also left two cops with broken teeth. Under the CSP, district councils work together with the police. As a local journalist has testified, “The slogan was ‘The Police Force Closest to the People.’ And so it was, closest, but with sticks and blows” (Weekly News Update on the Americas, January 17, 1999).

COMMUNITY POLICING AROUND THE WORLD - PAKISTAN: Founded in 1989 by a group of businessmen dissatisfied with the inefficiency of the Karachi police, the Citizens-Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) leads rescue operations seeking to liberate other businessmen who are victims of kidnappings. In its first year of existence, the CPLC claimed to have solved eighty percent of abductions without paying one cent in ransom. Nine years later, the CPLC is on the cutting edge of repressive technology, employing telephonetapping and “voice-matching” equipment, and possessing a data bank on local criminals (Guardian Weekly, week ending March 1, 1998).  Written by: Bobov, member of COPB (French acronym for “Citizens Opposed to Police Brutality”), March 14, 1999, Montréal, Québec.


October 3, 1995: The neighbourhood policing project, as conceived by the MUC (Montreal Urban Community) Police, is made public at the Public Security Commission.
October 24 and 25, 1995: Only 18 organizations (and one solitary citizen) express opinions about the project during consultations organized by the Public Security Commission. The principal opposition comes from the Police Brotherhood.
November 29, 1995: The MUC Council adopts The Neighbourhood Police project

February 23, 1996: A majority of MUC Councillors vote to loan 18.5 million dollars in order to set up the neighbourhood police. $1,600,000 is earmarked for salaries to be paid to the nine members of the Committee in order to establish and develop neighbourhood police, and $15,000,000 is to be spent on the purchase of computer equipment (including the replacement of mobile terminals with 462 portable personal/micro-computers at a cost of $6.9 million).

August 14, 1996: Agreement in principal with the police brotherhood to renew its collective agreement. The union withdraws its opposition to neighbourhood policing as 4000 officers receive a pay increase of 5.3%.

January 1997: Launching, accompanied by great fanfare, of the Neighbourhood Police (phase 1): MUCTC subway cars are (for several months) inundated with posters; an 8-page English and French circular is distributed to 900,000 homes, etc. Twenty-three new stations are promised by the MUC police, of which a dozen open their doors.

August 19, 1997: The MUC Police Department announces the creation of a program offering people the opportunity to take courses in police work. The Institute for Police Partnership with Citizens (Institut de Partenariat de la Police Avec les Citoyens–IPC) is to welcome 40 citizens to its first session of 11 classes beginning on October 1.

October 7, 1997: Police Chief Duscheneau threatens to withdraw participation of the MUCTC in the Carcajou Squad if the Quebec government does not honour its promise of providing $25 million necessary for the hiring of 259 police officers so as to complete Phase 2 of the Neighbourhood Policing Project.

December 3, 1997: The Police Force emerges victorious in its budgetary impasse with the MUC, receiving a $9,000,000 increase. This will permit the force, among other expenditures, to hire needed personnel, whereas, for the second consecutive year public transportation will be hit with a financing cut directly linked with the implementation of neighbourhood policing.

February 11, 1998: The second and final phase of the implementation of the Neighbourhood Police begins, even though only 16 of 26 new stations have set up in their new locales. A new promotional circular makes its appearance, and the previous-years’ posters reappear in the buses and subways of the MUCTC (Montreal Urban Community Transportation Corporation).

Source: CitoyenNEs OpposéEs à la Brutalité Policière (Citizens Opposed to Police Brutality) c/o The Alternative Bookshop 2035 Boulevard St-Laurent 2nd floor Montréal, Québec Canada H2X 2T3 P(514) 859-9065 cobp@hotmail.com or cobp@tao.ca

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“…Look at the DSM-IV [Psychiatric Diagnostic Manual. It] is strongly influenced by the insurance companies and people having no experience in the richness of the human mind and spirit. That’s one of the things that the MK-Ultra victims taught me. Over and over I heard the phrase, “They didn’t mess with my mind; they messed with my soul.” I’ve begun to think in spiritual terms of what has gone on here. This is a horrible thing. [It is] just like the Inquisition, but more sophisticated and less visible. There’s no blood on the streets, but that makes it even more insidious. And of course the technology is now available to everyone…” - Walter Bowart
Agent Provocateur is a person assigned to provoke unrest, violence, debate or argument by or within a group while acting as a member of the group but covertly representing the interests of another. In general, agents provacateur seek to secretly disrupt a group's activities from within the group. Agents provocatuer are employed to disrupt or discredit a group by performing acts for which the group will be falsely accused, by leading the group into activities that they would not otherwise pursue or by creating discord between group members. Provacateurs may encourage illegal acts, recomend belligerant tactics a group might otherwise reject, spread false rumors intended to provoke hasty action by a group, spread malicious rumors within a group about a group member or employ other tactics intended to provoke improper action by a group or to divert a group from its chosen purpose. An agent provocateur might attempt to implicate as an accomplice an innocent target who the agent unwittingly involves in a crime or criminal conspiracy (sourcewatch.org).
BATF - U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms
Black Listing A list of individuals or organizations designated for special discrimination or boycott; also to put a person or organization on such a list. Blacklists have been used for centuries as a means to identify and discriminate against undesirable individuals or organizations. A blacklist might consist, for example, of a list of names developed by a company that refuses to hire individuals who have been identified as union organizers; a country that seeks to boycott trade with other countries for political reasons; a Labor Union that identifies firms with which it will not work; or a government that wishes to specify who will not be allowed entry into the country (legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com).
Bullying is generally seen as aggressive intentional behavior to control someone physically, mentally, or emotionally. Not all bullying is aggressive sometimes it’s punitive. Bullying occurs in every city, community and school. Bullying has no barriers it affects all races and gender (Bullying Information).
C-SPAN - Two cable channels dedicated to broadcasting both houses of Congress and other U.S. governmental functions.
CALEA - A 1994 law ("Communications Assistance to Law Enforcement Act") to force a massive reworking of the U.S. telephone infra- structure so that the government can intrinsically wiretap it. Also called the FBI Digital Telephony Act. It is a domestic extension of ECHELON.
Cause stalking is an alternate term for what some multi stalking targets call "organized stalking" or "gang stalking.". It is specialized groups of people who think they are supporting some cause, but are more interested in harassing targets designated by their leaders. Lies told by the leaders add fuel to the fire (raven1).
CISPES - Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador
COINTELPRO or Counter Intelligence Program was a series of covert, and often illegal, projects conducted by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) aimed at surveilling, infiltrating, discrediting, and disrupting domestic political organizations. COINTELPRO tactics included discrediting targets through psychological warfare, planting false reports in the media, smearing through forged letters, harassment, wrongful imprisonment, extralegal violence and assassination. Covert operations under COINTELPRO took place between 1956 and 1971, however the FBI has used covert operations against domestic political groups since its inception. The FBI's stated motivation at the time was "protecting national security, preventing violence, and maintaining the existing social and political order" (Wikipedia).
Coercive Persuasion or Thought Reform is best understood as a coordinated system of graduated coercive influence and behavior controls designed to deceptively and surreptitiously manipulate and influence individuals, usually in a group setting, in order for the originators of the program to profit in some way, normally financially or politically. Using rewards and punishments, efforts are made to establish considerable control over a person's social environment, time, and sources of social support. Social isolation is promoted (Organized Stalking by Groups - FAQ).
Conspiracy a secret agreement between two or more people to perform an unlawful act (The Economist: A Powerful Elite IS Secretly Running Things…but You’re Still Crazy).
Councils (llluminati) - The Illuminati has frequent meetings. Some of these meetings are organized to appear "acephalous" and "accidental" in their meetings, when in reality they are structured and planned. One group, MJ-12 has gone by the following names: the Group, the Special Study Group, the Wise Men, the Operations Coordinating Board (OCB), 5412 Committee, 303 Committee, 40 Committee, PI-40 Committee, and Policy Planning Group (PCG). Some of the formal policy and ritual groups have names that all Illuminati members who have gotten high enough to learn, will recognize: The Council of 3, Council of 5, Council of 7, Council of 9, The Grand Druid Council, The Committee of 300, and the Committee of 500 (known as Fortune 500). Many of the meetings are conclaves without formal names. The Grand Druid Council is not something fictional, but an actual body of people who formally meet and whose membership, we have been trying to keep track of. The groups which make decisions to control this planet are networked together. Each decision has its own origin and route that it takes. (The Illuminati Formula Used to Create an Undetectable Total Mind Controlled Slave)
Crime Against Humanity means murder, extermination, enslavement, deportation, imprisonment, torture, sexual violence, persecution or any other inhumane act or omission that is committed against any civilian population or any identifiable group and that, at the time and in the place of its commission, constitutes a crime against humanity according to customary international law or conventional international law or by virtue of its being criminal according to the general principles of law recognized by the community of nations, whether or not it constitutes a contravention of the law in force at the time and in the place of its commission. “genocide” means an act or omission committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, an identifiable group of persons, as such, that, at the time and in the place of its commission, constitutes genocide according to customary international law or conventional international law or by virtue of its being criminal according to the general principles of law recognized by the community of nations, whether or not it constitutes a contravention of the law in force at the time and in the place of its commission (Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act).
Criminal Harassment The crime of stalking is defined legally as criminal harassment. The following section of the Criminal Code of Canada pertains to criminal harassment: Section 264. (1) No person shall, without lawful authority and knowing that another person is harassed or recklessly as to whether the other person is harassed, engage in conduct referred to in subsection (2) that causes that other person reasonably, in all the circumstances, to fear for their safety or the safety of anyone known to them. Prohibited conduct: (2) The conduct mentioned in subsection (1) consists of (a) repeatedly following from place to place the other person or anyone known to them; (b) repeatedly communicating with, either directly or indirectly, the other person or anyone known to them; (c) besetting or watching the dwelling-house, or place where the other person, or anyone known to them, resides, works, carries on business or happens to be; or (d) engaging in threatening conduct directed at the other person or any member of their family (The Criminal Code of Canada and Sexual Harassment).
Crowd manipulation is the intentional use of techniques based on the principles of crowd psychology to engage, control, or influence the desires of a crowd in order to direct its behavior toward a specific action. This practice is common to politics and business and can facilitate the approval or disapproval or indifference to a person, policy, or product. The ethical use of crowd manipulation is debatable and depends on such factors as the intention of and the means used by the manipulator, as well as the ends achieved. Crowd manipulation differs from propaganda although they may reinforce one another to produce a desired result. If propaganda is “the consistent, enduring effort to create or shape events to influence the relations of the public to an enterprise, idea or group”, crowd manipulation is the relatively brief call to action once the seeds of propaganda (i.e. more specifically “pre-propaganda”) are sown and the public is organized into a crowd. Crowd manipulation also differs from crowd control, which serves a security function. Local authorities use crowd-control methods to contain and defuse crowds and to prevent and respond to unruly and unlawful acts such as rioting and looting (Wikipedia).
Cyberstalking is the use of the Internet or other electronic means to stalk or harass an individual, a group of individuals, or an organization. It may include false accusations, monitoring, making threats, identity theft, damage to data or equipment, the solicitation of minors for sex, or gathering information in order to harass. The definition of "harassment" must meet the criterion that a reasonable person, in possession of the same information, would regard it as sufficient to cause another reasonable person distress (Wiki: Cyberstalking).
DEA - U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration DIA - U.S. Pentagon Defense Intelligence Agency DIA - U.S. Drug Interdiction Agency (older)
Decoy(ing) is usually a person, device or event meant as a distraction, to conceal what an individual or a group might be looking for. Decoys have been used for centuries most notably in game hunting, but also in wartime and in the committing or resolving of crimes (Wikipedia).
DICTIONARY - Keyword searching with exclusion logic software.
Dielectric heating, also known as electronic heating, RF heating, high-frequency heating and diathermy, is the process in which a high-frequency alternating electric field, or radio wave or microwave electromagnetic radiation heats a dielectric material. At higher frequencies, this heating is caused by molecular dipole rotation within the dielectric. At lower frequencies in conductive fluids, other mechanisms such as ion-drag are more important in generating thermal energy. RF dielectric heating at intermediate frequencies, due to its greater penetration over microwave heating, shows greater promise than microwave systems as a method of very rapidly heating and uniformly preparing certain food items, and also killing parasites and pests in certain harvested crops (Wikipedia).
Direct Energy Weapon (DEW) emits energy in an aimed direction without the means of a projectile. It transfers energy to a target for a desired effect. Intended effects may be non-lethal or lethal. Some such weapons are real, or are under active research and development (Wikipedia: Directed-energy weapon).
Disability as a condition which limits a person’s ability to function in major life activities – including communication, walking, and self-care (such as feeding and dressing oneself) – and which is likely to continue indefinitely, resulting in the need for supportive services (What is the Legal Definition of a Disability?).
Dehumanization is to make somebody less human by taking away his or her individuality, the creative and interesting aspects of his or her personality, or his or her compassion and sensitivity towards others.[citation needed] Dehumanization may be directed by an organization (such as a state) or may be the composite of individual sentiments and actions, as with some types of de facto racism. State-organized dehumanization has been directed against perceived racial or ethnic groups, nationalities (or "foreigners" in general), religious groups, genders, minorities of various sexual orientations (e.g., homosexuals), disabled people as a class, economic (e.g., the homeless) and social classes, and many other groups (Wikipedia).
Disinformation is false or inaccurate information that is spread deliberately with intentions of turning genuine information useless. For this reason, it is synonymous with and sometimes called black propaganda. It is an act of deception and false statements to convince someone of untruth. Disinformation should not be confused with misinformation, information that is unintentionally false. Unlike traditional propaganda techniques designed to engage emotional support, disinformation is designed to manipulate the audience at the rational level by either discrediting conflicting information or supporting false conclusions (Wikipedia ).
ECHELON is NSA's world-wide surveillance network and associated software.
Electronic Harassment is a term referring to the use of electronic devices to harass, torture, and/or physically harm a person, not to be confused with cyberstalking. In Michigan, Public act 257 of 2003 makes it a felony for a person to "manufacture, deliver, possess, transport, place, use, or release" a "harmful electronic or electromagnetic device" for "an unlawful purpose"; also made into a felony is the act of causing "an individual to falsely believe that the individual has been exposed to a harmful electronic or electromagnetic device." In Maine, Public law 264, H.P. 868 - L.D. 1271 criminalizes the knowing, intentional, and/or reckless use of an electronic weapon on another person, defining an electronic weapon as a portable device or weapon emitting an electrical current, impulse, beam, or wave with disabling effects on a human being (Publicsignal).
Electromagnetic radiation can be classified into ionizing radiation and non-ionizing radiation, based on whether it is capable of ionizing atoms and breaking chemical bonds. Ultraviolet and higher frequencies, such as X-rays or gamma rays are ionizing. These pose their own special hazards: see radiation and radiation poisoning. Non-ionizing radiation, discussed here, is associated with two major potential hazards: electrical and biological. Additionally, induced electric current caused by radiation can generate sparks and create a fire or explosive hazard (Wikipedia: Electromagnetic radiation and health).
Electromagnetic shielding is the process of reducing the electromagnetic field in a space by blocking the field with barriers made of conductive and/or magnetic materials. Shielding is typically applied (1) to enclosures to isolate electrical devices from the 'outside world' and (2) to cables to isolate wires from the environment through which the cable runs. Electromagnetic shielding that blocks radio frequency electromagnetic radiation is also known as RF shielding. The shielding can reduce the coupling of radio waves, electromagnetic fields and electrostatic fields, though not static or low-frequency magnetic fields[citation needed] (a conductive enclosure used to block electrostatic fields is also known as a Faraday cage). The amount of reduction depends very much upon the material used, its thickness, the size of the shielded volume and the frequency of the fields of interest and the size, shape and orientation of apertures in a shield to an incident electromagnetic field (Wikipedia).
Electrosensitivity Electromagnetic hypersensitivity, called also electro sensitivity or electro hypersensitivity is a disorder in which a person presents symptoms of a sickness caused or aggravated by magnetic fields or waves. These symptoms are recognized by the WHO and by numerous scientific studies (ref. Bioinitiative Report). Here is the WHO’S definition: “For some time, numerous individuals complained of diverse health problems attributed to exposure to electromagnetic fields. While certain individuals report mild symptoms and are able to avoid these fields, others are so gravely affected that it becomes necessary to stop working and to modify their lifestyle totally. This sensitivity is presumed to be from electromagnetic fields and is generally called electromagnetic sensitivity (EMS)” (aseq-ehaq.ca).
FBI - U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
Flash mob A flash mob (or flashmob) is a term coined in 2003 to denote a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an unusual and sometimes seemingly pointless act for a brief time, then disperse, often for the purposes of entertainment and/or satire. Flash mobs are organized via telecommunications, social media, or viral emails. The term is generally not applied to events and performances organized for the purposes of politics (such as protests), commercial advertisement, publicity stunts, that involve public relation firms, or paid professionals (Wikipedia).
GAK - Government Access [to cryptographic] Keys. Any cryptography product with GAK has been compromised so the government can read it.
Harassment covers a wide range of offensive behaviour. It is commonly understood as behaviour intended to disturb or upset. In the legal sense, it is behaviour which is found threatening or disturbing. Sexual harassment refers to persistent and unwanted sexual advances, typically in the workplace, where the consequences of refusing are potentially very disadvantageous to the victim. In 1984, the Canadian Human Rights Act prohibited sexual harassment in workplaces under federal jurisdiction (Wikipedia).
Hate Crime The Criminal Code of Canada says a hate crime is committed to intimidate, harm or terrify not only a person, but an entire group of people to which the victim belongs. The victims are targeted for who they are, not because of anything they have done. Hate crimes involve intimidation, harassment, physical force or threat of physical force against a person, a family or a property. Sections 318 and 319 of the Criminal Code of Canada address hate crimes. (What is a hate crime?).
Human rights concerns the private rights and power of people. This typically has broad meaning, covering all human rights protected under the law outside of the criminal law context. Civil rights primarily gravitates around issues such as discrimination, accommodation, suffrage (voting), and to a lesser extent, property rights. Human rights are primarily protected under the federal and provincial Human Rights Acts in private context, and under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms where the state is a party to the matter. Controversial human rights issues in Canada have included patient rights, freedom of speech, freedom of religion, parents' rights, children's rights, abortion rights vs rights of the unborn, minority rights, majority rights, rights of the disabled, aboriginal rights, tenant rights and economic, social and political rights (Human rights in Canada).
Gagged Person (GP) is whispered lies and slander, by a Perp, about a TI. If the GP believes the lies, they become infuriated at the TI -- and are recruited into piling on, and targeting (perping) them. GPs are threatened, either subtly or aggressively -- when they are gagged by the Perp, even though they usually have no legal authority to do so. After this the GP will not advise the TI -- of either the slander they have been told, or the identity of the cowardly Perp who whispered it. The GP's fear is based on the possibility that the slander may be justifiable and true -- or even worse -- if it is false, they fear that similar slander may be unleashed against them, unless they cooperate with the unjust targeting of the TI (exposegangstalking.com).
Gaslighting is a form of psychological abuse in which false information is presented to the victim with the intent of making them doubt their own memory and perception. It may simply be the denial by an abuser that previous abusive incidents ever occurred, or it could be the staging of bizarre events by the abuser with the intention of disorienting the victim. Gaslighting had a colloquial origin explained below, but the term has also been used in clinical and research literature (Wikipedia).
Gang Stalking Under Occupational Health and Safety laws, individuals are being flagged and placed on community notification lists. This is happening without the targets knowledge. In many countries these community notifications are being used by companies and others to target innocent individuals such as whistle-blowers, the outspoken, etc. In conjunction with these notifications, companies and others are in some cases using a practice that was used in the former soviet union called the psychiatric reprisal. This is used as a means of retaliation, blacklisting, silencing, or controlling members of society. Once on the notification system, warnings about the targets are sent out to every individual the target comes in contact with, thus poisoning their associations, and socially annexing the targeted individual (targetedindividuals.com).
Gang-Stalker is a person who participates, in a group that stalks, follows, mobs, bullies, harasses, and slanders TI's on a 24x7 basis. Block Watch programs are notorious participants, as are organized motorcycle gangs (OMG's), churches, or any other group that can be infiltrated and manipulated. The orchestrating umbrella above the gangs of stalkers has access to the most sophisticated law enforcement surveillance and communication resources. The scheme is government sponsored, their funding is endless, and the protocol is secretive (Definitions gang stalking related).
Handler in the intelligence services (and MKULTRA survivor group) is the direct supervisor of an intelligence "asset". Someone who has been programmed to do the will of a controlling agency, such as a mind control target, is a "asset" to the controlling agency. Current day organized stalking and electronic harassment targets are not usually acquainted with their handlers, however, we can be certain at any given time that each of us has one. The term handler is heard and read much more frequently among MKULTRA survivors. The handlers know the appropriate hypnotic words, tones, or other signals to invoke the "asset's" hypnotic programming (raven1).
HAARP or Highfrequency Active Auroral Research Project The vast majority of unscientific theories, research or reason, so if you want to focus on HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) which is a military and a scientific program of research on the ionosphere driven by the Air Force, United States Navy, DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) and the University of Alaska. Its main objective is the study is to improve the radio telecommunications and monitoring systems such as missile detection. HAARP by definition can not change the climate: the energy transmitted to the ionosphere is not absorbed by the troposphere and the stratosphere, the two layers of our atmosphere where weather phenomena occur. All electromagnetic interaction occurs near the area, about 70 miles up. At this point the influence of the sun's rays are immensely more powerful than any made by electromagnetic emission antennae on Earth, therefore, if the ionospheric turbulence caused by the Sun is not able to create weather havoc on our planet, much HAARP can cause less (What is HAARP and why has not caused earthquakes).
Illuminati - The Illuminati are 13 elite bloodlines which have maneuvered themselves into control over this planet. They lead double lives, one for society and a hidden one which is based on a gnostic luciferian philosophy which consists of lots of blood rituals. (The Illuminati Formula Used to Create an Undetectable Total Mind Controlled Slave)
Informened Consent The signing of consent forms for other kinds of medical procedures, such as surgery, or for cancer treatments such as radiation or chemotherapy. However, informed consent for a clinical trial involves much more than just reading and signing a piece of paper. Rather, it involves two essential parts: a document and a process. The informed consent document provides a summary of the clinical trial (including its purpose, the treatment procedures and schedule, potential risks and benefits, alternatives to participation, etc.) and explains your rights as a participant. It is designed to begin the informed consent process, which consists of conversations between you and the research team. If you then decide to enter the trial, you give your official consent by signing the document. You can keep a copy and use it as an information resource throughout the course of the trial. The informed consent process provides you with ongoing explanations that will help you make educated decisions about whether to begin or continue participating in a trial. Researchers and health professionals know that a written document alone may not ensure that you fully understand what participation means. Therefore, before you make your decision, the research team will discuss with you the trial’s purpose, procedures, risks and potential benefits, and your rights as a participant. If you decide to participate, the team will continue to update you on any new information that may affect your situation. Before, during, and even after the trial, you will have the opportunity to ask questions and raise concerns. Thus, informed consent is an ongoing, interactive process, rather than a one-time information session (cancer.gov).
Key Recovery - See GAK.
Lawful interception (LI) is the legally sanctioned official access to private communications, such as telephone calls or e-mail messages. In general, LI is a security process in which a network operator or service provider gives law enforcement officials access to the communications of private individuals or organizations. Countries around the world are drafting and enacting laws to regulate lawful interception procedures; standardization groups are creating LI technology specifications (lawful interception).
Mind Control The most insidious threat to our basic freedoms, such as freedom of mind and freedom of speech, is a little-known phenomenon known as mind control. As used by FACTNet, "mind control" refers to all coercive psychological systems, such as brainwashing, thought reform, and coercive persuasion. Mind control is the shaping of a person's attitudes, beliefs, and personality without the person's knowledge or consent. Mind control employs deceptive and surreptitious manipulation, usually in a group setting, for the financial or political profit of the manipulator. Mind control works by gradually exerting increasing control over individuals through a variety techniques, such as excessive repetition of routine activities, intense humiliation, or sleep deprivation (FACTNet).
MISO The U.S. Special Operations Command, which, by law, is the executive agency for psychological operations, or "PSYOPs," decided that a name change was in order: Operations aimed at influencing the emotions of people outside the United States would now be known as "Military Information Support Operations." When the name change was first proposed, it took a millisecond for the thousands of active psychological operations officers and noncommissioned officers to deride the new acronym. "MISO" (Psychological Operations Get a New Name).
MK-ULTRA or Project MKULTRA was the code name for a covert, illegal CIA human research program, run by the Office of Scientific Intelligence. This official U.S. government program began in the early 1950s, continuing at least through the late 1960s, and it used U.S. and Canadian citizens as its test subjects. The published evidence indicates that Project MKULTRA involved the use of many methodologies to manipulate individual mental states and alter brain functions, including the surreptitious administration of drugs and other chemicals, sensory deprivation, isolation, and verbal and sexual abuse (Wikipedia).
Mobbing can be understood as the stressor to beat all stressors. It is an impassioned, collective campaign by co-workers to exclude, punish, and humiliate a targeted worker. Initiated most often by a person in a position of power or influence, mobbing is a desperate urge to crush and eliminate the target. The urge travels through the workplace like a virus, infecting one person after another. The target comes to be viewed as absolutely abhorrent, with no redeeming qualities, outside the circle of acceptance and respectability, deserving only of contempt. As the campaign proceeds, a steadily larger range of hostile ploys and communications comes to be seen as legitimate (Introduction To Workplace Mobbing).
Monarch Programming - This was a specific Project carried out by secret elements of the U.S. government and intelligence groups. There were, according to someone a few years ago who had access to the computer(s) which contains all the names of active monitored human slaves, 40,000 actively monitored Monarch slaves. However, this book uses the term generically to include all victims who have suffered this type of trauma-based mind-control. In the same way, that a brand name like "Hyster" is used to describe all lifts--when we use the term we use it in its broadest sense. This is the only way it can be used and technically correct, because as of this date, the authors have not seen who is on the active Monarch Program list of slaves. (The Illuminati Formula Used to Create an Undetectable Total Mind Controlled Slave)
The Nazi Pig Theorem (NPT) Anyone who nonconsensually violates your brain/mind/mentation using Mengele-like methods is a Nazi pig. You do not care what a Nazi pig thinks. You do not care a Nazi pig's opinions. You do not respond to a Nazi pig ridiculing you, threatening you, trying to distract you, or otherwise trying to manipulate you. You work to get a Nazi pig hanged (Mental Firewalls).
New World Order or NWO The phrase New World Order is a probable mistranslation of novus ordo seclorum (which literally means "new secular order" in Latin), part of the seal of the United States. The actual phrase "New World Order" was used by George Herbert Walker Bush in the context of post-Cold-War politics (sourcewatch.org). Also: The New World Order is the global design for a One-World-Government One-World-Dictator and its constituents. Insiders call themselves the "network" and "the neighborhood." (The Illuminati Formula Used to Create an Undetectable Total Mind Controlled Slave)
Neuro-monitoring or Intra-Operative Neurophysiological Monitoring (IONM) Intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring (IONM) or intraoperative neuromonitoring is the use of electrophysiological methods such as electroencephalography (EEG), electromyography (EMG), and evoked potentials to monitor the functional integrity of certain neural structures (e.g., parts of the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves) during surgery. The purpose of IONM is to reduce the risk to the patient of iatrogenic damage to the nervous system, and/or to provide functional guidance to the surgeon and anesthesiologist (Wikipedia).
Noise Campaign is an orchestrated effort to produce stress in a victim through prolonged exposure to significant noise levels. A Noise Campaign can range from multiple neighbors routinely playing loud music, individual stalkers with air-horns or fireworks, or organized "repair work" that involves a high level of noise (myspace.com).
Nonpersonis a citizen or a member of a group who lacks, loses, or is forcibly denied social or legal status, especially basic human rights, or who effectively ceases to have a record of their existence within a society (damnatio memoriae), from a point of view of traceability, documentation, or existence. The term also refers to people whose death is unverifiable and about which inquiries result in a "blank wall" of "nobody knows" (Wikipedia).
ORATORY - Speech recognition. Think of it as speech-to-text software. Subject to DICTIONARY searches.
Organized Stalking is the preferred term for that portion of the full crime of organized stalking and electronic harassment where people who live in the community will mercilessly harass a designated target, based on LIES, such as the target is a drug dealer, the target has a long criminal record, or the favourite lie, the target is a pedophile (raven1).
Perps are perpetrators of the organized stalking and electronic harassment crimes (raven1).
Perpetrator a person who does something harmful or dishonest, especially a person who commits a crime (Law-Glossary).
PGP - Free and unbreakable encryption, available world-wide.
Propaganda is a form of communication that is aimed at influencing the attitude of a community toward some cause or position. As opposed to impartially providing information, propaganda, in its most basic sense, presents information primarily to influence an audience. Propaganda often presents facts selectively (thus possibly lying by omission) to encourage a particular synthesis, or uses loaded messages to produce an emotional rather than rational response to the information presented. The desired result is a change of the attitude toward the subject in the target audience to further a political agenda. Propaganda can be used as a form of political warfare. Common media for transmitting propaganda messages include news reports, government reports, historical revision, junk science, books, leaflets, movies, radio, television, and posters (Wikipedia).
Psychotronic weapons remain, at least for a layman uninformed of secret military research, in the sphere of science fiction, since so far none of the published scientific experiments was presented in the way which would allow for its replication. That it is feasible to manipulate human behavior with the use of subliminal, either sound or visual, messages is now generally known. This is why in most of the countries the use of such technologies, without consent of the user, is banned. Devices using light for the stimulation of the brain show another way how the light flashing in certain frequencies could be used for the manipulation of human psychic life. As for the sound, a report on the device transmitting a beam of sound waves, which can hear only persons at whom the beam of sound waves is targeted, appeared last year in the world newspapers (bibliotecapleyades.net/).
PSYWAR or PSYOP Psychological warfare (PSYWAR), or the basic aspects of modern psychological operations (PSYOP), have been known by many other names or terms, including Psy Ops, Political Warfare, “Hearts and Minds,” and Propaganda.[1] Various techniques are used, by any set of groups, and aimed to influence a target audience's value systems, belief systems, emotions, motives, reasoning, or behavior. It is used to induce confessions or reinforce attitudes and behaviors favorable to the originator's objectives, and are sometimes combined with black operations or false flag tactics. Target audiences can be governments, organizations, groups, and individuals (Wikipedia: Psychological warfare).
Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA) -This is used to represent all categories of ritual abuse which would be inspired by the desire to rob, kill, or destroy something worthwhile in a person, especially their freedom of thought. Many groups carrying out SRA do not mention Satan by that name. They may make Pacts to Baphomet, and call upon Rex Mundi, or Belair, or Lucifer, or the Father of Light, God, or Kali or even "Jesus" or "Jesus Christ". SRA is not a value judgment by the authors against some group, the victims themselves on some level know that he or she is being abused. (The Illuminati Formula Used to Create an Undetectable Total Mind Controlled Slave)
Sensitization is an example of non-associative learning in which the progressive amplification of a response follows repeated administrations of a stimulus. An everyday example of this mechanism is the repeated tonic stimulation of peripheral nerves that will occur if a person rubs his arm continuously. After a while, this stimulation will create a warm sensation that will eventually turn painful. The pain is the result of the progressively amplified synaptic response of the peripheral nerves warning the person that the stimulation is harmful. Sensitization is thought to underlie both adaptive as well as maladaptive learning processes in the organism (Wikipedia).
SIGINT - Signals Intelligence = NSA = electronic snooping
Skin effect is the tendency of an alternating electric current (AC) to distribute itself within a conductor with the current density being largest near the surface of the conductor, decreasing at greater depths. In other words, the electric current flows mainly at the "skin" of the conductor, at an average depth called the skin depth. The skin effect causes the effective resistance of the conductor to increase at higher frequencies where the skin depth is smaller, thus reducing the effective cross-section of the conductor. The skin effect is due to opposing eddy currents induced by the changing magnetic field resulting from the alternating current. At 60 Hz in copper, the skin depth is about 8.5 mm. At high frequencies the skin depth may be much smaller. Increased AC resistance due to the skin effect can be mitigated by using specially woven litz wire. Because the interior of a large conductor carries so little of the current, tubular conductors such as pipe can be used to save weight and cost (Wikipedia).
Sleep Deprivation The forced deprivation of someone's necessary amount of sleep has been used in the interrogation of terrorist suspects to make them more amenable to providing information or confessions. There is some debate about whether sleep deprivation is a form of torture or one of a number of "stress and duress" techniques, and thus whether it is a legal and ethically acceptable in interrogation. According to the United Nations, sleep deprivation is a form of torture. The effects of sleep deprivation range from irritability, confusion and a decreased ability to concentrate, to loss of consciousness resulting from the failure of red blood cells to transport oxygen to the brain (Sleep Deprivation).
Stalking is a term commonly used to refer to unwanted, obsessive attention by individuals (and sometimes groups of people) to others. Stalking behaviors are related to harassment and intimidation. The word "stalking" is used, with some differing meanings, in psychology and psychiatry and also in some legal jurisdictions as a term for a criminal offense. It may also be used to refer to criminal offences or civil wrongs that include conduct which some people consider to be stalking, such as those described in law as "harassment" or similar terms (Wikipedia).
Street Theater when spoken of in an organized stalking context refers to carefully scripted harassment by neighbours and strangers especially, but can include harassment by family, friends and co-workers. These acts are designed to keep a target at a high stress level, and are crafted so that outside observers are likely to wave the skits off as "life's normal breaks". The cumulative effect of such acts can be crushing to sensitive targets. Noise, crowding in person or on the highway, stealing items from shopping cart when in the checkout line, and kids sent to hang out in front of, stare, make noise, and even throw tennis balls against the target's house are simple examples. What differentiates street theater from "the breaks" is that street theater goes on every day, often by different mind control operatives, far too often to be random or "natural". Cover is provided by the tendency of people to refuse to acknowledge the frequency of these acts and consider the complainer just being "a crank" (raven1).
Switching - This is when one part (fragment) of the mind takes over from another, or in simple terms, this is when one alter personality (or alter fragment) takes the body from the alter which is holding the body. Switching can occur via the Programmers’ codes for calling up alters, or by external or internal stimuli that trigger an alter to come out. Switching will usually cause at least a flicker of the eyes, and for outside observers, who know the different personalities, they will observe another personality take the body. (The Illuminati Formula Used to Create an Undetectable Total Mind Controlled Slave)
System - This term is used in several ways. It is frequently used to refer to a victim of total mind control because the victim consists of alters, programming, implant(s), internal computers, and numerous dissociative states which function together as a system. The word is also used in this book to refer to the body’s functional physiological units, such as the respiratory system. The word is also infrequently used to denote the established social-economic-political system controlling the world, also known insiders as the Network. Other standard meaning may also occasionally be used for the word. (The Illuminati Formula Used to Create an Undetectable Total Mind Controlled Slave)
Targeted Individuals a department of defence term, are people who locals deem unfit for society, in one way or another. Some are whistle-blowers; some are dissidents, like anti-war demonstrators; some have a beef with one corporation or another; some just have different political or religious ideologies then the norm; some are targeted for reasons of lust and greed, and some are targets of convenience. They are targeted by means of gang-stalking, b & e’s, harassment, poisonings (biological and/or chemical), remote electronic harassment (messing with radios and tv’s, etc., remotely), vandalism, character assassinations, staged accidents, etc. Harassment is on-going, in and outside the home (About Gang-Stalking, Cause Stalking, And Targeted Individuals).
TI or Targeted Individual is an individual who has been placed into a maze of psychological and often physical warfare tactics which is orchestrated by the U.S. military, C.I.A. and federal law enforcement. From community harassment known as "Organized Stalking" and various other invasion of privacy tactics and violations of basic constitutional rights to invisible, silent physical torture through the use of highly targeted overexposure to electromagnetic radiation (Targeted Individuals - And The C.I.A.).
Targeted killing is the targeting and killing, by a government or its agents, of a civilian or "unlawful combatant" taking a direct part in hostilities in the context of an armed conflict who is not in that government's custody and cannot be reasonably apprehended.[1] The target is a person taking part in an armed conflict or terrorism, whether by bearing arms or otherwise, who has thereby lost the immunity from being targeted that they would otherwise have under the Geneva Conventions.[1] Targeted killing has been used by governments around the world, and has become a frequent tactic of the United States and Israel in their fight against terrorism (Wikipedia).
Torture means any act or omission by which severe pain or suffering, whether physical or mental, is intentionally inflicted on a person (a) for a purpose including (i) obtaining from the person or from a third person information or a statement, (ii) punishing the person for an act that the person or a third person has committed or is suspected of having committed, and (iii) intimidating or coercing the person or a third person, or (b) for any reason based on discrimination of any kind, but does not include any act or omission arising only from, inherent in or incidental to lawful sanctions (Criminal Code).
UKUSA - pronounced 'you-koo-za' - a secret wartime treaty that says member nations can spy on each others population without warrants or limits, and that this can be shared with the spied-on country's SIGINT agency
Ultra-secret agencies: NSA - U.S. National Security Agency; GCHQ - British Government Communications Headquarters; CSE - Canada's Communications Security Establishment; DSD - Australian Defense Signals Directorate; GCSB - New Zealand's Government Communications Security Bureau
Walter Bowart on DSM-IV: "...Look at the DSM-IV [Psychiatric Diagnostic Manual. It] is strongly influenced by the insurance companies and people having no experience in the richness of the human mind and spirit. That’s one of the things that the MK-Ultra victims taught me. Over and over I heard the phrase, “They didn’t mess with my mind; they messed with my soul.” I’ve begun to think in spiritual terms of what has gone on here. This is a horrible thing. [It is] just like the Inquisition, but more sophisticated and less visible. There’s no blood on the streets, but that makes it even more insidious. And of course the technology is now available to everyone..." (Walter Bowart interview)
Vengeance/Terrorist Stalkers do not seek a personal relationship with their targets. Rather, vengeance/terrorist stalkers attempt to elicit a particular response or a change of behavior from their victims. When vengeance is their prime motive, stalkers seek only to punish their victims for some wrong they perceive the victim has visited upon them. In other words, they use stalking as a means to "get even" with their enemies (Organized Stalking by Groups - FAQ).
Victimization or victimisation is the process of being victimised. According to Wiktionary, to victimise is to (1) make someone a victim or sacrifice (2) punish someone unjustly, or (3) swindle or defraud someone (Wikipedia).
Voice to Skull devices or V2K is a nonlethal weapon which includes (1) a neuro-electromagnetic device which uses microwave transmission of sound into the skull of persons or animals by way of pulse-modulated microwave radiation; and (2) a silent sound device which can transmit sound into the skull of person or animals. NOTE: The sound modulation may be voice or audio subliminal messages. One application of V2K is use as an electronic scarecrow to frighten birds in the vicinity of airports (fas.org).
Workplace Bullying is repeated, health-harming mistreatment of one or more persons (the targets) by one or more perpetrators that takes one or more of the following forms: Verbal abuse; Offensive conduct/behaviors (including nonverbal) which are threatening, humiliating, or intimidating; Work interference:sabotage which prevents work from getting done (Definition of Workplace Bullying).


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