Saturday, July 6, 2013
Criminal neurological weapons torture and abuse in the EU and beyond
Thousands of people, are asking for an international investigation of enormous human rights violations that are silently taking place worldwide.
Attacks are committed with technology working invisibly at a distance, beyond the bounds of borders, being used against helpless citizens including very small children.
The victims are constantly lobbying to report these crimes to government officials, human rights organizations, world leaders and the press.
The European Coalition against Covert Harassment (EUCACH.ORG) is committed to raising awareness to the problem of non-consensual experimentation using remote influencing technologies and techniques on the human mind and body. We propose clear ethical boundaries to regulate their use.
The European Parliament's Resolution on Environment, Security, and Foreign Policy, A4-0005/99, of 28 January 1999, calls for in paragraphs 23, 24, and 27 for "non-lethal" weapons technology and development of new arms strategies to be covered and regulated by international conventions.
Moreover, this Resolution demands an international convention introducing a global ban on all developments and deployments of weapons which might enable any form of manipulation of the human beings.
In this interview by Steve Travesty, Dr. Rauni Kilde and Melanie Vritschan discuss their work at EUCACH, of which the main goal is to achieve a global ban on this deadly weaponry and obtain justice for the surviving victims and their family.