(INTELLIHUB) — During my research of secret government programs, which include the vicious Post-911 COINTELPRO, I came across a webpost by Paul Baird. I extracted his most important points, which explain how the federal government gets away with covert testing and harassment.
Paul Baird wrote:
The secret technologies in question are covered by military/agency secrecy orders, mostly obtained under the US Inventions Secrecy Act, 1951.
The US Patriot Act, for example, protects governments and connected criminals from criticism and/or detection and prosecution. Under this act anyone whistleblowing or fighting the system on a major concern is arbitrarily deemed to be unpatriotic (when it’s the criminals they criticize who betray us).
[…] They can then be listed […] as a security risk and harassed covertly; using secret technologies. In fact a Department of Defense Directive (Directive 5240 1-R, 1994) gives open permission for those under surveillance to be used for remote experimentation.
[…] The US gov’t […] passed the National Defense Authorisation Act, 2012, giving the President (and others) the power to target and silence anyone questioning State corruption.
When this is done openly in other countries the US is the first to condemn such evil yet when they are guilty of the same they do it in secret and no-one dares to criticize lest they join the ranks of those they persecute.
[…] In the USA over 300,000 NSL’s (National Security Letters) have already been issued. These allow the agency targeting of innocent civilians whose objections to corruption/crime in high places have been deliberately skewed or misinterpreted as a threat to powerful people.
Once placed in a program people can be abused and experimented on […] This effectively silences and discredits them while providing agency researchers with guinea pigs for experiments in control, brain function, dreams, health, robotics and much more.
Post 9/11, $750 billion per year has been spent on satellite weapons used for human experimentation/targeting. Most of this has found it’s way from … [government] coffers to […] defense contractors who are also culpable for … crimes against humanity […].
There is a circular/Catch 22 type problem […]. Governments use “classified” covers to hide criminal activity (esp. if it is an unconstitutional act) but targets can’t prove any of that BECAUSE it has been classified […].
[…] NSA Whistleblower William Binney in an interview […] points out that Executive Order 13526 section 1.7 (covering classified status allocation) specifically says that “You cannot classify information merely to cover up a crime.”
Even if devices or procedures are classified this also applies to them […] when they are being used for criminal purposes.
So, in theory, by misusing devices … [and] abusing authority […] the administration not only commits crimes — but should open up the information relating to that for public scrutiny […] (Government of, by and for the people).
Now Presidents Obama and Bush both signed this executive order 13526, so if any of these hidden crimes was to be presented to the US Supreme Court then any current US leader could be impeached as having breached their oath of office […] which includes upholding the constitution. […]
Remote neural monitoring, the use of directed energy weapons and more are all clearly crimes against the people and humanity in general, and so by classifying […] [these] devices the government and it’s leaders are breaching the constitution. […]
As with any crime the break in the loop between the acts, investigation, trial and incarceration is the lack of proof.
“Classifying” information and calling it a matter of National Security negates the need for the criminals involved to even create excuses for their conduct. The ability of government to classify crime is what must be fought.
Also, the US military is supposed to be prohibited by law from targeting US citizens with PSYOPS within US borders under Executive Order S-1233, DOD directive S-3321.1 and National Security Directive 130.
Of course there’s no-one to police that especially since Psyops, by their very nature, are difficult to prove. This is particularly so where […] secret weapons […] are employed. […] [Furthermore] nothing stops agencies, US or allied, from doing that dirty work and hiding it under the National Security carpet.
[…] The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) raised the issue of psychotronic weapons; firstly in 1994, then the 2002 Geneva Forum and then the 2009 5th Symposium on non-lethal weapons.
The EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT passed a “Resolution on the Environment, Security and Foreign Policy” – A4-0005/99, January 28th, 1999 [Plenary sessions of the European Parliament in 1999] which called for:
An international convention introducing a global ban on ALL development and deployment of weapons which might enable any form of manipulation of human beings.
[…] It is our conviction that this ban cannot be implemented without the global pressure of the informed general public on governments.
Our major objective is to get across to the general public the real threat which these weapons represent for human rights and democracy and to apply pressure on the governments and the parliaments around the world to enact legislation which would prohibit the use of these devices to both government AND private organizations as well as individuals.
The author of this article, who prefers to use the nom de plume “XKeyscore” in order to maintain his anonymity, is a Doctoral Candidate and multiglot with two Master’s Degrees and a Baccalaureate specializing in Middle Eastern Studies. He holds one Master’s Degree specializing in Intelligence and Counter-intelligence operations, and a second Master’s Degree in Security Studies. XKeyscore has studied under a United States intelligence agency analyst and now-retired, high ranking, American military officers. XKeyscore writes exclusively for Intellihub News & Politics. Read more articles by this author here.
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