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Date   Headline   Source
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) U.S. Government Electromagnetic Mind Control Projects
1952-1998 The development of Psychotronics & Directed Energy Devices has been going on for quite some time. American citizens have often been experimented upon without their knowledge or consent.
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 8/25/2004 An Introduction to the GWEN Towers Network. Carole Smith
Government system "broadcasts" from coast to coast, and has the ability to incapacitate or disorient entire regional populations without anyone's knowledge or consent..
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Electromagnetic Weapons and Mind Control CNN Special Report
Imagine the implications of a weapon with no visible trace -- a weapon that could knock out tanks, ships, and planes as fast as the speed of light. The same technology, with modifications, could disorient and even tranquilize military personnel, rendering them virtually helpless in the battle zone. These are the new weapons of war we will examine in this series.
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Military Use of Ultrasonic Brainwave Clusters ITV News
Sources in Dhahran today revealed what might have been the true reason for the seemingly illogical and apparently suicidal attack
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Mind Control Napa Sentinel, Napa, Ca.
Mind control experiments have been part of California for decades and permeate mental institutions and prisons. But, it is not just in the penal society that mind control measures have been used. Minority children were subjected to experimentation at abandoned Nike Missile Sites, veterans who fought for American freedom were also subjected to the programs
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The Mind Has No Firewall Parameters, Spring Edition
An entirely new arsenal of weapons, based on devices designed to introduce subliminal messages or to alter the body's psychological and data-processing capabilities, might be used to incapacitate individuals. These weapons aim to control or alter the psyche, or to attack the various sensory and data-processing systems of the human organism. In both cases, the goal is to confuse or destroy the signals that normally keep the body in equilibrium. A U.S. Military Publication
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 10/1998 Military Use of Mind Control Weapons
Nexus Magazine
The March 23, 1991 newsbrief, "High-Tech Psychological Warfare Arrives in the Middle East", describes a US Psychological Operations (PsyOps) tactic directed against Iraqi troops in Kuwait during Operation Desert Storm. The manoeuvre consisted of a system in which subliminal mind-altering technology was carried on standard radiofrequency broadcasts... "an unbelievable and highly classified PsyOps program utilising 'silent sound' techniques". A sophisticated electronic system to 'speak' directly to the mind of the listener, ... and artificially implant negative emotional states-feelings of fear, anxiety, despair and hopelessness. This subliminal system doesn't just tell a person to feel an emotion, it makes them feel it; it implants that emotion in their minds.
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 10/02/2001 Space Preservation Act of 2001 U.S. Congress
prohibiting... (II) through the use of 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...
Rep. Dennis Kucinich

Gov't acknowledgement of the existence & use of these devices.

littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 11/14/2001 Pentagon Considers Ear-blasting Anti-hijack Gun New Scientist
"It shoots out a pulse of sound that's almost like a bullet," says Norris. "It's over 140 decibels for a second or two." Sounds become painful between 120 to 130 decibels. Norris says the final version is likely to fire audible pulses at a frequency of between six and 10 kilohertz. "It looks right now like this would work over 100 yards," he says.
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 4/4/2002 US Accepts 'Big Brother' Chip Implant BBC
A company in the US has been given the go-ahead to implant a chip that would contain both personal and medical information. But it seems the permission has been given indirectly. The US Food and Drug Administration has indicated that it does not consider the chip, made by Applied Digital Solutions (ADS), a medical device, and as a consequence it does not feel it falls under its jurisdiction, according to the company.
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 8/8/2002 Russian Parliament Concerned About US Plans to Develop New Weapon Moscow Interfax
"Under the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP), the U.S. is creating new integral geophysical weapons that may influence the near-Earth medium with high-frequency radio waves," the State Duma said in an appeal circulated on Thursday.  One of them is located on the military testing ground in Alaska and its full-scale tests are to begin in early 2003
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 1/21/2003 US Working on Lightning Weapon BBC
The technology behind HPM is based on that used in household microwave ovens. But whereas a typical microwave generates less than 1,500 watts of power, the Air Force researchers are working with equipment that can generate millions of watts of power. An HPM weapon would unleash a powerful electrical pulse that would burn up any electrical equipment, such as computers and communications systems.
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 6/29/2003 British troops try out 'James Bond' style X-ray specs BBC
Soldiers, including members of the Black Watch and Scots Guards, have been helping to test the machine. The machine allows soldiers not only to see through walls but also underground to find hidden passages. It transmits low-frequency radar pulses that can pass through the walls and detect objects and movements.The machine’s antenna sensors can pick up enough information to create sharp views on a screen of what is happening inside a room.
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 5/14/2004 Torture at Abu Ghraib followed CIA's manual Boston Globe
From 1950 to 1962, the CIA led secret research into coercion and consciousness that reached a billion dollars at peak. After experiments with hallucinogenic drugs, electric shocks, and sensory deprivation, this CIA research produced a new method of torture that was psychological, not physical -- best described as "no touch" torture.
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 6/16/2004 Sweeping Stun Guns to Target Crowds New Scientist Magazine
Weapons that can incapacitate crowds of people by sweeping a lightning-like beam of electricity across them are being readied for sale to military and police forces in the US and Europe. At present, commercial stun guns target one person at a time, and work only at close quarters. The new breed of non-lethal weapons can be used on many people at once and operate over far greater distances. "Before, it took a laser about the size of two trucks," says Schlie. "Now we can do it with something that fits on a tabletop."
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 9/27/2004 Washington's New Weapons Have the Ability to Trigger Climate Change, Third World Resurgence Michel Chossudovsky
The Ultimate Weapon of Mass Destruction: "Owning the Weather" for Military Use. Climatic Manipulation by the US Military: The HAARP Program. US Air Force study points to the use of "induced ionospheric modifications" as a means of altering weather patterns
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 9/29/2004 Security Under the Skin BBC
How would you like to have the equivalent of a barcode built into your arm?
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 2005 The NSA's Echelon System
...gathering all of these transmissions indiscriminately and distilling the information that is most heavily desired through artificial intelligence programs. Some sources have claimed that Echelon sifts through an estimated 90 percent of all traffic that flows through the Internet.
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 7/15/2004 State of Massachusettes Law on the Possession & Use of Electronic Weapons Mass. State Legislature
No person shall possess a portable device or weapon from which an electrical current, impulse, wave or beam may be directed, which current, impulse, wave or beam is designed to incapacitate temporarily, injure or kill, except: (1) a federal, state or municipal law enforcement officer, or member of a special reaction team in a state prison or designated special operations or tactical team in a county correctional facility, acting in the discharge of his official duties...
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 1/24/2005 Microwaving IRAQ William Thomas
Pacifying Rays Pose New Hazards To Iraqis. Desperate to improve images of civilian carnage, US commanders are using portable electromagnetic-frequency weapons in Fallujah and other “hot spots” in the Sunni Triangle to pacify restive neighborhoods with invisible EM radiation.   But unintended side effects from the hidden rooftop transmitters are reportedly triggering violent attacks by exposed insurgents—while leading to AWOL rates of up to 15% among US forces disoriented by these same weapons
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 2/3/2005 New non-lethal weapon lets troops dispell hostile crowds World Tribune
The Active Denial System uses millimeter-wave (micro-wave) electromagnetic energy that can be directed at targets at a range of 1 kilometer.  The deployment of the first platforms in Iraq would take place in September 2005.
3/2/2005 Maximum pain is aim of new US weapon New Scientist
The US military is funding development of a weapon that delivers a bout of excruciating pain from up to 2 kilometres away. But pain researchers are furious that work aimed at controlling pain has been used to develop a weapon. And they fear that the technology will be used for torture. "I am deeply concerned about the ethical aspects of this research," says Andrew Rice. "Even if the use of temporary severe pain can be justified as a restraining measure, which I do not believe it can, the long-term physical and psychological effects are unknown."
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 8/26/2005 Cheney's `Spoon-Benders' Pushing Nuclear Armageddon Executive Intelligence Review
In its strategic context, MindWar must reach out to friends, enemies, and neutrals alike across the globe—neither through primitive 'battlefield' leaflets and loudspeakers of PSYOP nor through the weak, imprecise, and narrow effort of psychotronics—but through the media possessed by the United States which have the capabilities to reach virtually all people on the face of the Earth. These media are, of course the electronic media—television and radio. State of the art developments in satellite communication, video recording techniques, and laser and optical transmission of broadcasts make possible a penetration of the minds of the world such as would have been inconceivable just a few years ago.
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 7/24/2005 Pentagon Deploys Array of Non-lethal Weapons USA Today
A ray gun closer to deployment is a millimeter-wave (microwave)  radar beam that causes fiery pain when it hits the skin. The first working prototype on a custom Humvee truck, called the Active Denial System, will be unveiled this summer. The command in Iraq has asked the Pentagon for 14 more vehicles with millimeter-wave weapons, under a program called Project Sheriff, as soon as possible.
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 7/28/2005 Homeland Security To Launch RFID Systems At Borders Information Week
In its ongoing efforts to tighten border security and monitor possible terrorist and criminal activity, Bob Mocny of the Department of Homeland Security said the wireless chips for vehicles would become mandatory at designated border crossings in Canada and Mexico as of next Thursday.
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 8/10/2005 Big Brother and the Bureaucrats NY Times
In April, Mr. Bolton told Congress that when he was an under secretary at the State Department, he repeatedly circumvented the privacy protections that govern federal eavesdropping on American citizens without a warrant. In Mr. Bolton's defense, it emerged that his actions were in keeping with a widespread - though unacknowledged - practice in Washington. This was fairly shocking news even to those with long experience overseeing or reporting on our security agencies, and it flies in the face of three decades of assurances by the government that it does not spy on its own citizens. (despite facts to the opposite)
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 8/28/2005 Xtreme Defense Washington Post
Lightning guns, heat rays, weapons that can make you hear the voice of God. This is what happens when the war on terror meets the entrepreneurial spirit
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 9/20/2005 Mental Health Bill 'to cause thousands to be detained' The Scotsman
A growing movement amongst governments is to be able to force mental health treatment and anti-social behavior treatment as aribitrarily deemed necessary according to government guidelines.  In the U.S., this emerging program is called TMAP. Campaigners say it will make it too easy to detain people who have mild personality disorders. While this story is actually from Scotland, the same programs are slowly coming into existence in the United States.
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 8/1/2005 Pentagon to Increase Domestic Surveillance for 'Counterterrorism' Fox News
The Department of Defense has developed a new strategy in counterterrorism that would increase military activities on American soil, particularly in the area of intelligence gathering. The move is sparking concern among civil liberties advocates and those who fear an encroaching military role in domestic law enforcement.
6/10/2005 Israel May Use New Weapon on Settlers AP/Fox News
The army employed the new device, which it dubbed "The Scream," at a recent violent demonstration by Palestinians  and Jewish sympathizers against Israel's West Bank separation barrier. Protesters covered their ears and grabbed their heads, overcome by dizziness and nausea, after the vehicle-mounted device began sending out bursts of audible, but not loud, sound at intervals of about 10 seconds. An Associated Press photographer at the scene said that even after he covered his ears, he continued to hear the sound ringing in his head. A military official said the device emits a special frequency that targets the inner ear.
littlebluedot.gif (881 bytes) 11/16/2005 The Birth of Soft Torture - CIA interrogation techniques - a history. Slate

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