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Ban of "psychotronic" weapons is now up to Russia and China

Mojmir Babacek | 06.02.2013 13:42 | Bio-technology | Health | Repression

After the article demanding the ban of "psychotronic" weapons was referenced on information websites of the United Nations, European Parliament and U.S. government Environment Protection Agency, it is now apparently mainly up to the governments of Russia and China, to decide whether the remote manipulation of human brains will be banned on this planet.

The chances that the ban of weapons enabling remote control of the human nervous system would be enacted still seemed to be very low at the beginning of this year. But on January 22 “News Beacon Ireland“ published the article „Psychotronic and Electromagnetic Weapons: Remote Control of the Human Nervous System” and this publication was referenced on the information website of the United Nations on January 22
When on January 28 the article “How Far in the Future is the Ban of Psychotronic Weapons”, with pretty much the same contents as the “News Beacon Ireland” article, appeared on Indymedia in Great Brittain and in the USA, it was referenced on the information websites not only of the United Nations, but as well of the European Parliament and the U.S. government Environment Protection Agency.
The European Union and the USA evidently manifested in this way their willingness to take part in the international negotiations aimed on the ban of those weapons and the United Nations showed their support for this intention.
Does this mean that the use of technologies, which could obliterate the era of respect for human freedom in history, will be terminated in a not so distant future? Not really, since those technologies could possibly be used in the next world war and cause large casualties without radioactive fallout and other shortcomings of nuclear weapons. For that matter neither the USA nor the European Union will proceed to the ban of those weapons without Chinese and Russian participation in the international negotiations. When on January 29 the same article appeared on Indymedia in Russia, it was again referenced on all three information websites (on the website of the U.S. EPA the reference is already outdated). Pretty much this time it seemed to be a question for Russia, if it is willing to join the ban.
Russia is a democratic state and in the past it was already proposing the international ban of so-called informational weapons. Both Russia and China can fear the U.S. HAARP system, which supposedly has the capability to target whole populations with radiation in brain frequencies and eventually stop their heartbeats. So hopefully those two countries will not support the dark future the mankind may have if the international ban of weapons capable to control human nervous system at distance is not enacted.
The shortcoming of the article in question was that it did not mention alternative technologies of remote manipulation of human nervous system.The Space Preservation Bill proposed by Congressman Dennis J. Kucinich in the U.S. House of Representatives in 2001, names the following technologies enabling access to the human brain, human health impairment or the killing of people: "land-based, sea-based or space-based systems using radiation, electromagnetic, psychotronic, sonic, laser or other energies directed at individual persons or targeted populations for the purpose of information war, mood management or mind control of such persons or populations" It is possible that psychotronic weapons, named in the bill, use the concept of non-local photon and electron connection. As well it is probable that the research in physics will bring out still several other concepts of remote manipulation of the human nervous system.
Thus the ban of only electromagnetic manipulation of the human nervous system will not yet cover the whole range of technologies enabling untraceable deprivation of life or freedom of human beings.

Petition for the worldwide ban of remote control of the human nervous system and brain can be signed at the address

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