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Coop Radio: Electromagnetic Weapons - The Technology of Political Control
by Alfred Lambremont Webre, J.D., M.Ed. (alw [at] peaceinspace.com)
Wednesday Aug 3rd, 2005 10:10 PM
Coop Radio: Electromagnetic Weapons - The Technology of Political Control
When: Monday August 8, 2005 at Noon – 1 PM Pacific Time
Where: Coop Radio: CFRO 102.7 FM Vancouver, B.C.
LISTEN LIVE: http://www.coopradio.org
http://peaceinspace.blogs.com/peaceinspaceorg/2005/08/coop_radio_elec.html

Coop Radio: Electromagnetic Weapons - The Technology of Political Control
When: Monday August 8, 2005 at Noon – 1 PM Pacific Time
Where: Coop Radio: CFRO 102.7 FM Vancouver, B.C.
LISTEN LIVE: http://www.coopradio.org
Host: Alfred Lambremont Webre, JD, MEd

Guest: Leuren Moret, Environmental Commissioner, City of Berkeley, CA
http://peaceinspace.blogs.com/peaceinspaceorg/2005/06/leuren_moret_wa.html

International Movement for the Global Ban of Weapons which Manipulate the Human Nervous System
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Space Preservation Treaty
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EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT: Banning HAARP/EMF WEAPONS:

Minutes of 28/01/1999 - Final Edition
Environment, security and foreign affairs
A4-0005/1999
Resolution on the environment, security and foreign policy
The European Parliament,
- having regard to the motion for a resolution tabled by Mrs Rehn on the potential use of military-related resources for environmental strategies (B4-0551/95),
- having regard to the UN study 'Charting potential uses of resources allocated to military activities for civilian endeavours to protect the environment', UN (A46/364, 17 September 1991),
- having regard to its resolution of 29 June 1995 on anti-personnel landmines: a murderous impediment to development(1),
- having regard to its previous resolutions on non-proliferation and the testing of nuclear weapons and the Canberra Commission report of August 1996 on the abolition of nuclear weapons,
- having regard to the International Court's unanimous ruling on the obligation of the nuclear weapon states to negotiate for a ban on nuclear weapons (Advisory Opinion No. 96/22 of 8 July 1996),
- having regard to its opinion of 19 April 1996 on the proposal for a Council Decision establishing a Community action programme in the field of civil protection (COM(95)0155 - C4-0221/95 - 95/0098(CNS))(2),
- having regard to its earlier resolutions on chemical weapons,
- having regard to the outcome of the UN Conferences in Kyoto in 1997 and Rio de Janeiro in 1992,
- having regard to the hearing on HAARP and Non-lethal Weapons held by its Foreign Affairs Subcommitee on Security and Disarmament in Brussels on 5 February 1998,
- having regard to Rule 148 of its Rules of Procedure,
- having regard to the report of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Security and Defence Policy and the opinion of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Protection (A4-0005/1999),
A. whereas the end of the Cold War has radically changed the security situation in the world and whereas the relaxation of military tension has resulted in comprehensive disarmament in the military field in general and in nuclear weapons in particular, resulting in considerable cut-backs in defence budgets,
B. whereas, despite this complete transformation of the geostrategic situation since the end of the Cold War, the risk of catastrophic damage to the integrity and sustainability of the global environment, notably its bio-diversity, has not significantly diminished, whether from the accidental or unauthorised firing of nuclear weapons or the authorised use of nuclear weapons based on a perceived but unfounded threat of impending attack,
C. whereas this risk could be very considerably reduced within a very short timeframe by the rapid implementation by all nuclear weapons states of the six steps contained in the Canberra Commission"s report concerning, in particular, the removal of all nuclear weapons from the present " hair trigger alert" readiness and the progressive transfer of all weapons into strategic reserve,
D. whereas Article VI of the 1968 Treaty on the Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) commits all of its parties to undertake "to pursue negotiations in good faith on a treaty on general and complete disarmament" and whereas the Principles and Objectives adopted at the 1995 NPT Conference reaffirmed that the Treaty"s ultimate goal was the complete elimination of nuclear weapons,
E. whereas threats to the environment, the flow of refugees, ethnic tension, terrorism and international crime are new and serious threats to security; whereas the ability to deal with various forms of conflict is increasing in importance as the security scene changes,
F. whereas the world's resources are being exploited as if they were inexhaustible, which has led to increasingly frequent natural and environmental disasters; whereas such local and regional ecological problems may have considerable impact on international relations; regretting that this has not been more clearly reflected in national foreign, security and defence policies,
G. whereas conflicts throughout the world are predominantly at an intra-state rather than inter-state level and, where inter-state conflicts do arise, they are increasingly concerned with access to or the availability of basic vital resources, especially water, food and fuel,
H. whereas the access to and availability of such vital natural resources are inherently connected to environmental degradation and pollution, by both cause and effect, whereas it follows logically therefore that conflict prevention must increasingly focus on these issues,
I. whereas all those factors, which affect the poorest and most vulnerable populations of the world most of all, are constantly increasing the incidence of so-called 'environmental refugees', resulting both in direct pressure on EU immigration and justice policies, on development assistance and spending on humanitarian aid and, indirectly, in increased security problems for the EU in the form of regional instability in other parts of the world,
J. whereas, according to detailed international research collated and published by the Climate Institute in Washington, the number of 'environmental refugees' now exceeds the number of 'traditional refugees' (25 m compared with 22 m) and whereas this figure is expected to double by 2010 and could well rise by substantially more on a worst-case basis,
K. whereas, since the end of the Cold War, although the management of global issues has been largely stripped of the previously dominant ideological context and is now much less determined by the question of military balance, this has yet to be reflected in the UN"s system of global governance by emphasising the coherence and effectiveness of both military and non-military components of security policy,
L. whereas, nonetheless, the emphasis of a growing proportion of the UN"s work on global political and security issues is essentially non-military, and notably related to the relationship between trade, aid, the environment and sustainable development,
M. whereas there is an urgent need to mobilise adequate resources to meet the environmental challenge and whereas very limited resources are available for environmental protection, for which reason a reappraisal of the use of existing resources is called for,
N. whereas as military resources have been released the armed forces have had a unique opportunity and ample capacity to support the civilian efforts to cope with the increasing environmental problems,
O. whereas military-related resources are by their nature national assets while the environmental challenge is global; whereas ways must therefore be found for international cooperation in the transfer and use of military resources for environmental protection,
P. whereas the short-term costs of environmental protection have to be seen in the light of the long-term cost of doing nothing in this field, and whereas there is an increasing need for a cost benefit analysis of various environmental strategies,
Q. whereas the common goal of restoring the world's damaged ecosystems cannot be achieved in isolation from the question of the fair exploitation of global resources and whereas there is a need to facilitate international technical cooperation and encourage the transfer of appropriate military-related technology,
R. whereas, despite the existing conventions, military research is ongoing on environmental manipulation as a weapon, as demonstrated for example by the Alaska-based HAARP system,
S. whereas the general disquiet over ecological decline and environmental crises requires the setting of priorities in the national decision-making process; whereas the individual countries must pool their efforts in response to environmental disasters,

1. Calls on the Commission to present to the Council and Parliament a common strategy, as foreseen by the Amsterdam Treaty, which brings together the CFSP aspects of EU policy with its trade, aid, development and international environmental policies between 2000 and 2010 so as to tackle the following individual issues and the relationships between them:
a) agricultural and food production and environmental degradation;
b) water shortages and transfrontier water supply;
c) deforestation and restoring carbon sinks;
d) unemployment, underemployment and absolute poverty;
e) sustainable development and climate change;
f) deforestation, desertification and population growth;
g) the link between all of the above and global warming and the humanitarian and environmental impact of increasingly extreme weather events;
2. Notes that preventive environmental measures are an important instrument of security policy; calls therefore on the Member States to define environmental and health objectives as part of their long-term defence and security assessments, military research and action plans;
3. Recognises the important part played by the armed forces in a democratic society, their national defence role and the fact that peace-keeping and peace-making initiatives can make a substantial contribution to the prevention of environmental damage;
4. Points out that atmospheric and underground nuclear tests have as a result of nuclear radiation fall-out distributed large quantities of radioactive cesium 137, strontium 90 and other cancer inducing isotopes over the whole planet and have caused considerable environmental and health damage in the test areas;
5. Calls on the Commission and the Council, given the fact that several parts of the world are threatened by the uncontrolled, unsafe and unprofessional storage and dumping of nuclear submarines and surface-vessels, as well as their radioactive fuel and leaking nuclear reactors, to take action, considering the high possibility that as a result large regions might soon start to be polluted by the radiation;
6. Demands also that an appropriate solution be found to deal with the chemical and conventional weapons which have been dumped after both World Wars in many places in the seas around Europe as an ' easy" solution to get rid of these stocks and that up to today nobody knows what might be the ecological results in the long run, in particular for the fish and for beach-life;
7. Calls on the Commission and the Council to contribute towards finding a solution to the problem that, as result of ongoing warfare in whole regions of Africa, human and agricultural structures have been ruined and therefore the lands are now subject to environmental disaster in particular by deforestation and erosion leading to desertification;
8. Calls on the military to end all activities which contribute to damaging the environment and health and to undertake all steps necessary to clean up and decontaminate the polluted areas;
Use of military resources for environmental purposes
9. Considers that the resources available to reverse or stem damage to the environment are inadequate to meet the global challenge; recommends therefore that the Member States seek to utilise military-related resources for environmental protection by:
a) considering which military resources can be made available to the United Nations on a temporary, long-term or stand-by basis as an instrument for international cooperation in environmental disasters or crises;
b) drawing up international and European protection programmes using military personnel, equipment and facilities made available under the Partnership for Peace for use in environmental emergencies;
c) incorporating objectives for environmental protection and sustainable development in their security concepts;
d) ensuring that their armed forces comply with specific environmental rules and that damage caused by them to the environment in the past is made good;
e) including environmental considerations in their military research and development programmes;
10. Urges the Commission, since practical experience in the field is limited, to:
a) establish the exchange of information on current national experience in environmental applications for military resources;
b) take action within the UN to facilitate the global dissemination of environmental data including such data obtained by the use of military satellites and other information-gathering platforms;
11. Calls on the Member States to apply civil environmental legislation to all military activities and to assume responsibility for, and pay for, the investigation, clean-up and decontamination of areas damaged by past military activity, so that such areas can be returned to civil use; this is especially important for the extensive chemical and conventional munition dumps along the coastlines of the EU;
12. Calls on all Member States to formulate environmental and health objectives and action plans so as to enhance the measures taken by their armed forces to protect the environment and health;
13. Calls on the governments of the Member States gradually to improve the protection of the environment by the armed forces by means of training and technical development and by giving all regular and conscript personnel basic training in environmental matters;
14. Considers that environmental strategies should be able to include monitoring the world environment, assessing the data thus collected, coordinating scientific work and disseminating information, exploiting relevant data from national observation and monitoring systems to give a continuous and comprehensive picture of the state of the environment;
15. Notes that the drastic fall in military expenditure could result in substantial problems in certain regions and calls on the Member States to step up their efforts to convert military production facilities and technologies to produce civil goods, and for civil applications, using national programmes and Community initiatives such as the KONVER programme;
16. Stresses the importance of stepping up preventive environmental work with a view to combating environmental and natural disasters;
17. Calls on the Council to do more to ensure that the USA, Russia, India and China sign the 1997 Ottawa Treaty, banning anti-personnel mines, without delay;
18. Believes that the EU should do more to help the victims of landmines and to support the development of mine clearance techniques, and that the development of mine clearance methods should be accelerated;
19. Calls on the Member States to develop environmentally-sound technology for the destruction of weapons;
20. Notes that one of the potentially most serious threats that exist on the EU's doorstep lies in the inadequate monitoring of waste from nuclear arms processing and of biological and chemical weapons stores and in the need for decontamination following military activity; stresses that it is important that the Member States actively promote increased international cooperation, for instance within the UN and the Partnership for Peace, with the aim of destroying such weapons in as environment-friendly a way as possible;
21. Takes the view that all further negotiations on the reduction and the eventual elimination of nuclear weapons must be based on the principles of mutual and balanced reduction commitments;
22. Takes the view that, given the particularly difficult circumstances afflicting the countries of the former Soviet Union, the threat to the global as well as local environment posed by the degradation of the condition of nuclear weapons and materials still held in those countries makes it an even more urgent priority to reach agreement on the further gradual elimination of nuclear weapons;
Legal aspects of military activities
23. Calls on the European Union to seek to have the new 'non-lethal' weapons technology and the development of new arms strategies also covered and regulated by international conventions;
24. Considers HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Project) by virtue of its far-reaching impact on the environment to be a global concern and calls for its legal, ecological and ethical implications to be examined by an international independent body before any further research and testing; regrets the repeated refusal of the United States Administration to send anyone in person to give evidence to the public hearing or any subsequent meeting held by its competent committee into the environmental and public risks connected with the HAARP programme currently being funded in Alaska;
25. Requests the Scientific and Technological Options Assessment (STOA) Panel to agree to examine the scientific and technical evidence provided in all existing research findings on HAARP to assess the exact nature and degree of risk that HAARP poses both to the local and global environment and to public health generally;
26. Calls on the Commission to examine if there are environmental and public health implications of the HAARP programme for Arctic Europe and to report back to Parliament with its findings;
27. Calls for an international convention introducing a global ban on all developments and deployments of weapons which might enable any form of manipulation of human beings;
28. Calls on the Commission and the Council to work for the conclusion of international treaties to protect the environment from unnecessary destruction in the event of war;
29. Calls on the Commission and the Council to work towards the establishment of international standards for the environmental impact of peacetime military activities;
30. Calls on the Council to play an active part in the implementation of the proposals of the Canberra Commission and Article VI of the Non-Proliferation Treaty on nuclear disarmament;
31. Calls on the Council, and the British and French governments in particular, to take the lead within the framework of the NPT and the Conference on Disarmament with regard to the further negotiations towards full implementation of the commitments on nuclear weapons reductions and elimination as rapidly as possible to a level where, in the interim, the global stock of remaining weapons poses no threat to the integrity and sustainability of the global environment;
32. Calls on the Council, the Commission and the governments of the Member States to advocate the approach taken in this resolution in all further United Nations meetings held under the auspices of or in relation to the NPT and the Conference on Disarmament;
33. Calls on the Council and the Commission, in accordance with Article J.7 of the Treaty on European Union, to report to it on the Union"s position concerning the specific points contained in this resolution within the context of forthcoming meetings of the United Nations, its agencies and bodies, notably the 1999 Preparatory Committee of the NPT, the Conference on Disarmament and all other relevant international fora;
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34. Instructs its President to forward this resolution to the Council, the Commission, the governments of the Member States of the European Union and to the United Nations.

(1)OJ C 183, 17.7.1995, p. 47.
(2)OJ C 141, 13.5.1996, p. 258.

INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE RED CROSS SYMPOSIUM:

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SOME ASPECTS OF ANTI-PERSONNEL ELECTROMAGNETIC WEAPONS
Synopsis prepared for the International Committee of the Red Cross Symposium:
THE MEDICAL PROFESSION AND THE EFFECTS OF WEAPONS - FEBRUARY 1996
By David Guyatt

Background - 1940 through 1995
The background to the development of anti-personnel electromagnetic weapons can be traced by to the early-middle 1940’s and possibly earlier. The earliest extant reference, to my knowledge, was contained in the U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey (Pacific Survey, Military Analysis Division, Volume 63) which reviewed Japanese research and development efforts on a “Death Ray”.
Whilst not reaching the stage of practical application, research was considered to be sufficiently promising to warrant the expenditure of Yen 2 million during the years 1940-1945. Summarizing the Japanese efforts allied scientists concluded that a ray apparatus might be developed that could kill unshielded human beings at a distance of 5 to 10 miles. Studies demonstrated that, for example, automobile engines could be stopped by tuned waves as early as 1943.[1] It is, therefore, reasonable to suppose that this technique has been available for a great many years? Research on living organisms ( mice and ground hogs) revealed that waves from 2 meters to 60 centimeters in length caused hemorrhage of lungs, whereas waves shorter than two meters destroyed brain cells.
However, experiments in behaviour modification and mind manipulation have a grisly past. Nazi doctors at the Dachau concentration camp conducted involuntary experiments with hypnosis and narco-hypnosis - using the drug mescaline - on inmates. Additional research was conducted at Aushwitz, using a range of chemicals including various barbiturates and morphine derivatives. Many of these experiments proved fatal. Following the conclusion of the war the U.S. Naval Technical Mission was tasked with obtaining pertinent industrial and scientific material that had been produced by the Third Reich and which may be of benefit to U.S. interests. Following a lengthy report the Navy instigated Project CHATTER in 1947. Many of the Nazi scientists and medical doctors who conducted these and other hideous experiments were later recruited by the U.S. Army and worked out of Heidelberg prior to being secretly relocated to the United States under the Project PAPERCLIP programme. Under the leadership of Dr. Hubertus Strughold, 34 ex Nazi scientists accepted “Paperclip” contracts, authorised by the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and were put to work at Randolph Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. By 1953 the CIA, US Navy and the US Army Chemical Corps were conducting their own narco-hypnosis programmes on unwilling victims that included prisoners, mental patients, foreigners, ethic minorities and those classified as sexual deviants.[2]
It was not until the middle or late 1970’s that the American public became aware of a series of hitherto secret programmes that had been conducted over the preceding two decades by the military and intelligence community.[3] Primarily focusing on narco-hypnosis these covert programmes were extensive and were assigned project titles: MKULTRA, MKDELTA, MKNAOMI, MKSEARCH (MK being understood to stand for Mind Kontrol), BLUEBIRD, ARTICHOKE and CHATTER. The principal aim of these and associated programmes was the development of a reliable “programmable” assassin. Secondary aims were the development of a method of citizen control.[4] Particularly relevant was Dr. Jose Delgado’s secret work directed towards the creation of a “psycho-civilised” society by use of a “stimoceiver.”[5] Delgado’s work was seminal and his experiments on human and animals demonstrated that electronic stimulation can excite extreme emotions including rage, lust, fatigue etc. In his paper “Intracerebral Radio Stimulation and recording in Completely Free Patients” , Delgado observed that: “Radio Stimulation on different points in the amygdala and hippocampus in the four patients produced a variety of effect, including pleasant sensations, elation, deep thoughtful concentration, odd feelings, super relaxation (an essential precursor for deep hypnosis [6]) coloured visions, and other responses.” With regard to the “coloured visions” citation, it is reasonable to conclude he was referring to hallucinations - an effect that a number of so called “victims” allude to.[7] As far back as 1969, Delgado predicted the day would soon arrive when a computer would be able to establish two-way radio communication with the brain, an event that first occurred in 1974. Lawrence Pinneo, a neurophysiologist and electronic engineer working for Stanford Research Institute (a leading military contractor), “developed a computer system capable of reading a person’s mind. It correlated brain waves on an electroencephalograph with specific commands. Twenty years ago the computer responded with a dot on a TV screen. Nowadays it could be the input to a stimulator (ESB) in advanced stages using radio frequencies” [8]
In the event, narco-hypnosis was found, it is claimed, to be less than reliable, although some writers and observers dispute this.[9] Additional studies conducted by Dr. Ewen Cameron, and funded by the CIA, were directed towards erasing memory and imposing new personalities on unwilling patients. Cameron discovered that electroshock treatment caused amnesia. He set about a programme that he called “de-patterning” which had the effect of erasing the memory of selected patients. Further work revealed that subjects could be transformed into a virtual blank machine (Tabula Rasa) and then be re-programmed with a technique which he termed “psychic driving”. Such was the bitter public outrage, once his work was revealed (as a result of FOIA searches) that Cameron was forced to retire in disgrace.
Of interest too is Dr. John C. Lilly[10] who was asked by the Director of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) to brief the CIA, FBI, NSA and other military intelligence services on his work using electrodes to stimulate, directly, the pleasure and pain centres of the brain. According to Lilly he refused. However, as revealed in his book he continued to do “useful” work for the national security apparatus. However, in terms of timing this is interesting for these events took place in 1953. Another scientists, Eldon Byrd, who worked for Naval Surface Weapons Office was commissioned in 1981 to develop electromagnetic devices for purposes including “riot control”, clandestine operations and hostage removal.[11] From 1965 through to 1970, Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency (DARPA), with up to 70-80% funding provided by the military, set in motion operation PANDORA to study the health and psychological effects of low intensity microwaves with regard to the so called “Moscow signal”. This project appears to have been quite extensive and included (under US Navy funding) studies demonstrating how to: induce heart seizures, create leaks in the blood brain barrier and production of auditory hallucinations. Despite attempts to render the Pandora programme invisible to scrutiny, FOIA filings revealed memoranda of Richard Cesaro, Director, DARPA, which confirmed that the programme’s initial goal was to “discover whether a carefully controlled microwave signal could control the mind.” Cesaro urged that these studies be made “for potential weapons applications.”[12]
Following immense public outcry, Congress forbade further research and demanded that these projects be terminated across the board, but as Victor Marchetti, a former CIA agent later revealed, the programmes merely became more covert with a high element of “deniability” built in to them., and that CIA claims to the contrary are a “cover story”[13] Despite the fact that many of the aforementioned projects revolved around the use of narcotics and hallucogenics, projects ARTICHOKE, PANDORA and CHATTER clearly demonstrate that “psychoelectronics” were a high priority. Indeed the author John Marks; anonymous informant (known humorously as “Deep Trance”) stated that beginning in 1963 mind control research strongly emphasised electronics.
An obscure District of Columbia corporation called Mankind Research Unlimited (MRU) and its wholly owned subsidiary, Systems Consultants Inc. (SCI) operated a number of classified intelligence, government and Pentagon contracts, specialising in, amongst other things: “problem solving in the areas of intelligence electronic warfare, sensor technology and applications.” [14] MRU’s “capability and experience” is divided into four fields. These include “biophysics - Biological Effects of Magnetic Fields”, “Research in Magneto-fluid Dynamics”, “Planetary Electro-Hydro-Dynamics” and “Geo-pathic Efforts on Living Organisms”. The latter focuses on the induction of illness by altering the magnetic nature of the geography. Also under research were “Biocybernetics, Psychodynamic Experiments in Telepathy”, “Errors in Human Perception” , “Biologically Generated Fields” “Metapsychiatry and the Ultraconscious Mind” (believed to refer to experiments in telepathic mind control), “Behavioural Neuropsychiatry” “Analysis and Measurement of Human Subjective States” and “Human Unconscious Behavioural Patterns”. Employing some old OSS, CIA and military intelligence officers, the company also engages the services of prominent physicians and psychologists including E. Stanton Maxey, Stanley R. Dean Berthold Eric Schwarz plus many more. MRU lists in its Company Capabilities “brain and mind control.”[15] Despite vehement claims by MRU’s chairman that it is not a “front organisation for any branch of the United States Government…”[16] one must treat these claims with a great deal of scepticism.
There followed an extensive hiatus in available information during the 1980’s and up to the present day. This initially appears to have closely paralleled Ronald Reagan’s Presidency and not surprisingly flowed onwards during President Bush’s term of office[17]. As a result the once user-friendly Freedom of Information Act became less accessible and more bureaucratic. Search costs soared and material that had been (or scheduled to be) de-classified was reviewed and re-classified. This phenomenon is not an unusual occurrence in the United States, and tends to shadow the outward face of Congress. Public outrage leads to a temporary liberalisation, but as public memory recedes (all too quickly) the old institutionalised covert ways quickly re-engage. We thus move to more recent times.
During 1989 CNN aired a programme on electromagnetic weapons and showed a US government document that outlined a contingency plan to use EM weapons against “terrorists”. Prior to the show a DoD medical engineer sourced a story claiming that in the context of conditioning, microwaves and other modalities had regularly been used against Palestinians. During 1993 Defense News, the prestigious US weekly announced that Russian government was discussing with American counterparts the transfer of technical information and equipment known as “Acoustic Psycho-correction”. The Russians claimed that this device involves “the transmission of specific commands via static or white noise bands into the human subconscious without upsetting other intellectual functions.” Experts said that demonstrations of this equipment have shown “encouraging” results “after exposure of less than one minute,” and has produced “the ability to alter behaviour on willing and unwilling subjects.” The article goes on to explain that combined “software and hardware associated with the (sic) psycho-correction programme could be procured for as little as US$80,000. The Russians went on to observe that “World opinion is not ready for dealing appropriately with the problems coming from the possibility of direct access to the human mind.” Acoustic psycho-correction dates back to the mid 1970’s and can be used to “suppress riots, control dissidents, demoralise or disable opposing forces and enhance the performance of friendly special operations teams.[18]” One US concern in relation to this device, was aired by Janet Morris of the Global Strategy Council, a Washington based think tank established by former CIA deputy director, Ray Cline, who noted that “Ground troops risk exposure to bone-conducting sound that cannot be offset by earplugs or other protective gear.” In recent months I met with and discussed Russian research efforts, with a contact who had visited Russia earlier this year. He, in turn, met with a number of Russian scientists who are knowledgeable in this field. I have few doubts that the Defense News article cited earlier is fundamentally accurate.
Dr. Ross Adey, in his pioneering work determined that that emotional states and behaviour can be remotely influenced merely by placing a subject in an electromagnetic field. By directing a carrier frequency to stimulate the brain and using amplitude modulation to shape the wave to mimic a desired EEG frequency he was able to impose a 4.5 CPS theta rhythm on his subjects. Drs Joseph Sharp and Allen Frey experimented with microwaves seeking to transmit spoken words directly into the audio cortex via a pulsed-microwave analog of the speaker’s sound vibration. Indeed, Frey’s work in this field, dating back to 1960 gave rise to the so called “Frey effect” which is now more commonly referred to as “microwave hearing.”[19] Within the Pentagon this ability is now known as “Artificial Telepathy”.[20] Adey and others have compiled an entire library of frequencies and pulsation rates which can effect the mind and nervous system[21]
During the siege of Waco, Texas, last year, FBI agents discussed with Russian counterparts the use of Acoustic psycho-correction on David Koresh and the Branch Davidians. In the event it is understood that this contingency did not proceed. However, some unusual EM weapons were deployed at Waco. BBC World News, and additional FBI film-footage (in the possession of this writer) show both the Russian equipment being demonstrated, as well as previously unseen noise generator and an unusual low frequency strobe array in use at Waco.
Have weapons of this nature been developed and field tested? Judged by the number of individuals and groups coming forward with complaints of harassment the answer, appears, to be yes. Kim Besley, of the Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp, has compiled a fairly extensive catalogue of effects that have resulted from low frequency signals emanating from the US Greenham Common base, and, apparently, targeted upon the women protesters. These include: vertigo, retinal bleeding, burnt face (even at night), nausea, sleep disturbances, palpitations, loss of concentration, loss of memory, disorientation, severe headaches, temporary paralysis, faulty speech co-ordination, irritability and a sense of panic in non-panic situations. Identical and similar effects have been reported elsewhere and appear to be fairly common-place amongst so called “victims”. Many of these symptoms have been associated in medical literature with exposure to microwaves and especially through low intensity or non thermal exposures.[22] These have been reviewed by Dr. Robert Becker, twice nominated for the Noebel Prize, and specialist in EM effects. His report confirms that the symptoms mirror those he would expect to see, had Microwave weapons been deployed.
The Scientific American dated April 1994 carried an article entitled “Bang! You’re Alive” which briefly described some of the known arsenal of Less Than Lethal weapons presently available. These include Laser Rifles, low frequency “”infrasound” generators powerful enough to trigger nausea or diarrhoea. Steve Aftergood of the Federation of American Scientists (FAS) noted that Non-Lethal weapons have been linked to “mind control” devices and that three of the most prominent advocates of non lethality share an interest in psychic phenomena[23]
Current Projects include SLEEPING BEAUTY, directed towards the battlefield use of mind-altering electromagnetic weapons. This project is headed by Jack Verona, a highly placed Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) officer. Dr. Michael Persinger of Laurentian University is also employed on the project. Other sources have revealed a project entitled MONARCH which, supposedly, is directed towards the deliberate creation of severe multiple personality disorder.[24]
It is now the opinion of many that these and related programmes have been brought under the banner of Non Lethal Weapons, otherwise known as Less Than Lethal, which are now promulgated in connection with the doctrine of Low Intensity Conflict, a concept for warfare in the 21st century. It is clear that many of these Pentagon and related LTL programmes operate under high classification. Others consider many similar or related “black” programmes are funded from the vast resources presently available under the US counter-drug law enforcement policy which has a FY 1995 budget of $13.2 billion.[25]
Defense Secretary, William J Perry, issued a memorandum on Non lethal Weapons dated 21 July 1994. This was of interest in that it outlined a tasking priority list for use of these technologies. Second on the list was “crowd control”. Coming in at a poor fifth was “Disable or destroy weapons or weapon development/production processes, including suspected weapons of mass destruction.” It is therefore clear that Non Lethality is fundamentally seen as anti-personnel rather than anti-material. In July this year, Spotlight, a rightist and widely circulated US newspaper reported that well placed DoD sources have confirmed a classified Pentagon contract for the development of “high-power electromagnetic generators that interfere with human brain waves.” The article cited the memorandum of understanding dated 1994 between Attorney General, Janet Reno, and Defense Secretary, William Perry for transfer of LTL weapons to the law enforcement sector. A budget of under $50 million has been made available for funding associated “black” programmes. Dr. Emery Horvath, a professor of physics at Harvard University has stated in connection to the generator that interferes with human brain waves that “These electronic ‘skull-zappers’ are designed to invade the mind and short circuit its synapses...in the hands of government technicians, it may be used to disorient entire crowds, or to manipulate individuals into self destructive acts. It’s a terrifying weapon.”[26]
In a 1993 US Air Command and Staff College paper entitled “Non Lethal Technology and Air Power, authors Maj. Jonathan W. Klaaren (USAF) and Maj. Ronald S. Mitchell (USAF) outlined selected NLT weapons. These included “Acoustic” (pulsed/attenuated high-intensity sound, infrasound (very low frequency) and Polysound (high volume, distracting) as well as High-power microwaves (HPM) that possessed the capability of “deters/incapacitates people… These and other classified weapons are being passed to domestic law enforcement agencies as shown by the 1995 ONDCP (Office of National Drug Control Policy) International Technology Symposium “Counter-Drug Law Enforcement: Applied Technology for Improved Operational Effectiveness” that outlined the “Transition of advanced military technologies to the civil law enforcement environment” There are some observers who fear that the burgeoning narcotics industry is an ideal “cover” in which to “transit” Non Lethal Technologies to domestic political tasks. Whether this is merely a misplaced “Orwellian” fear remains to be seen. However, organised crime is so globally “organised” that experts now believe it is impossible to eradicate or even effectively combat.[27]
The foregoing gives some necessary background to the origins and timing surrounding the development of anti-personnel electromagnetic weapons, and in particular demonstrates that the USA have an intense and long established interest in mind control and behaviour modification that spans five decades. As we have seen, fragmentary information has surfaced for brief spells, only to disappear, once more, from public scrutiny. It remains to be said that a great many advances in the realm of electromagnetic field technology and mind control techniques have, apparently, been made during the sixties, seventies and eighties. In particular, veterans of the Vietnam war are still coming forward with bizarre stories, which collectively (if true?) point to a leap in knowledge that largely remains hidden behind the thick curtain of security classification.[28]
Major Edward Dames, formerly with the Pentagon’s Defence Intelligence Agency until 1992, was a long serving member of the highly classified operation GRILL-FLAME, a programme that focused on some of the more bizarre possibilities of intelligence gathering and remote interrogation. Known as “remote viewers” GRILL-FLAME personnel possessed a marked psychic ability that was put to use “penetrating” designated targets and gathering important intelligence on significant figures. The programme operated with two teams; one working out of the top secret NSA facility at Fort George Meade in Maryland, and the other at SRI. Results are said to have been exemplary. Following the Oliver North debacle the Secretary of Defense officially terminated GRILL-FLAME fearing bad publicity were the programme to become known to the public. The leading members of the project - including Dames - immediately relocated to the privately owned and newly formed Psi-Tech, and continue their work to this day, operating under government contract. In the course of his work, Dames was (and remains) close to many the leading figures and proponents Anti-Personnel Electromagnetic Weapons especially those that operate in the neurological field. During NBC’s “The Other Side” programme, Dames stated that “The US Government has an electronic device which could implant thoughts in people.” He refused to comment further. The programme was broadcast during April of last year (1995).
This over-view is merely a “fragmentary” glimpse of programmes that have been, and continue to be blanketed under tight security classification. Where information was available through FOIA filings, a great deal of additional information (in fact the greatest bulk) was purposely destroyed or otherwise lost. However, this writer considers that what is available is sufficient to draw the conclusion that ongoing research, development and deployment of EM weapon systems that impact on the biological functions of the body, or more importantly, interfere with the human mind, are cause for the greatest humanitarian concern.
In an age where the threat of global warfare has diminished as a result of the easing of tension between east and west, it can be anticipated that some form of introspection will occur in the developed western nations. Societies that have been generationally and economically honed for warfare do not, on the whole, assume “for peace” production with such vigour and ability. Why this is so, is not the subject of this paper. Unable to so readily project the “shadow” outwards on to another nation, the enemy without soon distils to become the enemy within?[29] In the United States[30], for example, there is a rapidly developing trend of co-operation between the military and law enforcement agencies in LTL weaponry. Whilst it is clear that this is driven to some extent by budgetary considerations, there remain legitimate concerns regarding the longer term effect on democracy.
The reality of an increasingly (and increasing number of) impoverished lower class as a result of “swords to shears” economics, is certain to result in growing civil unrest, disobedience, strife, inner city turmoil and quite possibly much worse[31]. Rather that seeking to resolve the underlying causes of these tensions, it is feared that governments will increasingly resort to more durable measures to quell domestic dissent. Western industrial nations are especially prone to these developments for a variety of reasons[32].
Less Than Lethal Anti Personnel weapons[33] are seen in some influential quarters as being the ideal remedy for future domestic disturbances of this magnitude[34]. The danger with such possibilities is that western democracy may begin to fail, or suffer such severe set-backs in its traditional democratic forms that it will become increasingly repressive and oligarchic.[35] Armed with innovative technological weapons that do not necessarily kill,[36] but which render disenfranchised segments of society physically inactive, emotionally stupefied and incapable of meaningful thought is a goal of those who favour a “psycho-civilised society” This is a frightening and all too realistic scenario. Whether by design or by default such an outcome is nothing short of a dictatorship.
This is the real fear for the future of some classes of Non Lethal weapon developments and the use to which they have been, or may be put to.
ADDENDUM 23 APRIL 1996
Following the preparation of this paper and prior to its publication by Dr. Nick Begich in “Earthpulse Flashpoints,” a small number of factual errors and miscellaneous comments have been received and are now included below for the sake of accuracy.
1) Footnote 35. Naom Chomsky, in correspondence with this writer, advises that: “…we don’t really ‘argue that democracy has already been replaced.’ Rather, that its functioning depends on an authentic free press, and that it exists only in part. That there is a one-party state – in the sense that there are only factions of ‘the business party’ is not our idea; C. Wright Mills, among others, going way back.”
2) Chomsky also refers to my caveat about the “Spotlight” article (see footnote 26) concerning the comments ascribed to Dr. Horvath and observers that “It’s not the kind of comment that a Harvard physicist would be likely to make.” It’s such an glaring observation that I wonder why I hadn’t thought of it myself. I still haven’t heard back from Dr. Horvath, if indeed such a person exists. This citation, therefore, needs to be taken with even greater care. On the other hand, Dr. Steve Aftergood of the Federation of American Scientists has now written to me advising: “Spotlight is, to my mind, a thoroughly non-credible source (as you suggest). Without being able to verify the rest of the article, however, the quotation ascribed to me was accurate.”
3) In a lengthy telephone call, British researcher, Armen Victorian, pointed out a number of relevant and interesting facts: A) Maj. General Stubblebine is no longer with Psi-Tech - he was removed in a “palace coup” engineered, Armen says, by Major Ed. Dames and Col. John Alexander. B) In addition to his (DoD backed) Ad Hoc advisory role on Non Lethality for NATO, Alexander has now moved to head up multi-millionaire, R. Bigelow’s, new Nevada based National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDS). Bigelow is recruiting “top draw” personnel to study fringe science subjects including Remote Viewing, UFO’s etc. Jacques Vallee, the renown French born UFO researcher is also part of the team. Armen will have a more in-depth article on these matters published in a forthcoming issue of Robin Ramsay’s LOBSTER.
4) Project Monarch: Martin Cannon has more recently written stating that he believes this project to be fabricated.
Footnotes
[1] Interestingly, this capability is now confirmed in recent press reports in regard to LTL weapons.
[2] For a fuller account of the Nazi experiments refer to Resonance No 29 November 1995, published by the Bioelectromagnetic Special Interest Group of American Mensa Ltd., and drawn from a series of articles published by the Napa Sentinel, 1991 by Harry Martin and David Caul.
[3] In particular the publication of John Marks “The Search for the Manchurian Candidate” (Penguin Books, London 1979) and Walter Bowart’s “Operation Mind Control” (Fontana Books, London 1979).
[4] Walter Bowart.
[5] See Delgado’s “Physical Control of the Mind: Towards a Psychocivilised Society”, “Intracerebral Radio Stimulation in Completely Free Patients” in Schiwitgebel & Schwitzgebel (eds.). Speaking in 1966, Delgado asserted that his research “supported the distasteful conclusion that motion, emotion and behaviour can be directed by electrical forces and that humans can be controlled like robots by push buttons.” (Think 32 July-August 1966). Delgado was funded by the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI). It is believed he still works as a consultant for the US government.
[6] My italics.
[7] See “Mind Control and the American Government” by Martin Cannon, LOBSTER 23.
[8] See “Neural Manipulation by Radar” by Armen Victorian, LOBSTER 30, and also Time Magazine, July 1, 1974 “Mind Reading Computer.”
[9]Marks notes that the vast bulk of CIA key documents were illegally destroyed, in 1973, at the order of the then DCI, Richard Helms. Other writers have noted the psychological profile of Sirhan Beshara Sirhan noting a virtually impregnable “amnesia” which lasts to this day. In 1968 Dr. George Eastabrooks (considered by some to be the grand-daddy of hypnosis in warfare) told a reporter at the Providence Evening Bulletin that he had conducted extensive hypnosis work on behalf of the CIA, FBI and military intelligence. He went on to say that the key to creating an effective spy or assassin rests in “creating a multiple personality, with the aid of hypnosis”, a technique which Eastabrooks considered as “child’s play. He went on to suggest that “Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby could very well have been performing through hypnosis.” Of interest in this context was a book written by Lincoln Lawrence (a pseudonym), a former FBI agent who revealed the existence of a 350 page CIA document that outlined a technique termed RHIC-EDOM (Radio Hypnosis Intra -Cerebral Control - Electronic Dissolution of Memory. Certainly many of the above cited CIA programmes were dedicated to electronically inducing amnesia. The case studies of Dr. Ewen Cameron in this context remain the most notable and the most chilling. )
[10][10]See his autobiography “The Scientist”.
[11]Anna Keeler in Full Disclosure 1989.
[12]Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) report released under FOIA. Also see Anna Keeler. Capt Paul E Tyler, MC, USN paper entitled “The Electromagnetic Spectrum in Low Intensity Conflict” (CADRE 1986) is also relevant in this connection. Tyler’s observation are, understandably, shrouded in “maybes and what ifs” but is non the less instructive when placed in context to PANDORA and other projects.
[13] In an interview with John Marks. CIA veteran Miles Copeland admitted to a journalist prior to his death that “The congressional subcommittees which went into this sort of thing got only the barest glimpse.” Likewise, hypnosis expert Milton Kline, a veteran of covert experimentation in this field confirmed in 1977, that his work for the government continued.
[14] See A. J. Weberman’s “The Story of Mankind Research Unlimited, Inc.” Covert Action Quarterly, issue 9, June 1980.
[15] Ibid. Cited from “leaked” and/or “stolen” documents.
[16] Ibid.
[17]Despite his apparently Democratic credentials President Clinton is not a reformer in this regard. In lock-step with all previous administrations dating back to the 1930’s, President Clinton’s administration is heavily composed of individuals who are members of the CFR or the Trilateral Commission (or both). There is some evidence to suggest that President Clinton had a special and close connection to the Central Intelligence Agency during his days as Governor of Arkansas. Terry Reed, and ex CIA agent has revealed that Clinton was an Agency “asset” during the period he worked for the CIA. This may not be as preposterous as it appears in view of the “Starr Commission’s” decision to investigate this aspect of the President’s past.
[18][18]In connection with “enhancing abilities of friendly forces” see numerous articles and exposé’s on Col. John B. Alexander. Alexander, a former Commander of Green Berets special forces was a member of the US “Phoenix” assassination programme in Vietnam. Until recently he was Director of Non lethal programmes in Los Alamos National Laboratory, but has since resigned following, it is believed, an undue amount of negative press. He remains NATO’s adviser on NLD. Alexander wrote a book an article ( and later co-authored a book entitled The Warrior’s Edge) published in Military Review in which he outlined a number of hitherto “fringe” subjects - including telepathy - that should be brought in to the battery of future weapons. Alexander is dedicated to the development of a super-human soldier with enhanced abilities leading to an “invincible warrior.” In his book he likens such a soldier to be a JEDI KNIGHT, from the film Star Wars (Project Jedi). He has powerful sponsors including Vice President Al Gore. Alexander is cited as being the grand daddy of NLD. He is known to be heavily engaged in mind control and psychotronic projects. See Armen Victorian “Psychic Warfare and Non lethal Weapons.”
[19]In this connection the work of Dr. James Lin of Wayne State University should be noted. Lin has written a book entitled “Microwave Auditory Effects & Applications” in which he states “The capability of communicating directly with humans by pulsed microwaves is obviously not limited to the field of therapeutic medicine.”
[20]Refer to Dr. Robert Becker who has stated “Such a device has obvious applications in covert operations designed to drive a target crazy with “voices” or deliver undetected instructions to a programmed assassin.” In 1974 Dr J F Scapitz filed a plan to explore the interaction of radio signals and hypnosis. He stated that “In this investigation it will be shown that the spoken word of the hypnotists may be conveyed by modulate electromagnetic energy directly into the subconscious parts of the human brain - i.e. without employing any technical devices for receiving or transcoding the messages and without the person exposed to such influence having a chance to control the information input consciously.” Schapitz’ work was funded by the DoD. Despite FOIA filings his work has never been made available. Also it is interesting to note the date of 1974, which almost exactly mirror’s the period when the USSR commenced its own programme that resulted in “Acoustic Psycho-correction technology.”
[21]During October 1994 Dr. Ross Adey visited London to address a conference on the health implications of EM fields. At that time this writer was collaborating with a well known documentary film maker to make a documentary on this subject. I approached the conference organisers, given a free invite and assured that I would be permitted to speak with Dr. Adey privately. Additionally I assured the organiser that any meeting would be strictly confidential and off the record if Dr. Adey would feel more comfortable with that. In the event Dr. Adey declined to meet with me and my complimentary invitation to attend the conference was rescinded. Dr. Adey said the subject was “too technical?” to discuss.
[22]Much similar effects have been reported, for instance, at the Women’s Peace camp at Seneca, in New York state.
[23]Psychic phenomena studies were, in fact, part of classified Pentagon programmes dating back over two decades. Two separate “teams” conducted advanced experiments. One team operated out of SRI and the other from the NSA’s Fort George Meade facility in Maryland. During that time, Major General Albert N. Stubblebine, Director of US Army Intelligence and Security Command oversaw a programme dedicated to “remote viewing” where operatives were tasked with, amongst other things, tracking Soviet “Boomer” submarines. Stubblebine is presently Chairman of the Board of Directors of PSI-TECH a private company specialising in remote viewing and other activities. Col. John Alexander is also on the board. The company also employs Major Edward Dames (ex DIA), Major David Moorhouse (ex 82nd Airborne), and Ron Blackburn (former microwave scientist and specialist, Kirkland Air Force base).. PSI-TECH operate in the private sector and have received a number of classified government contracts. During the Gulf war the company was approached by DoD with a request that the company’s remote viewers be tasked with tracking and locating Iraq’s Scud missiles. Col Alexander and C.B. Scott Jones (who has previously worked for the US government on mind control technology) both share an interest in Unidentified Flying Objects. The highly regarded New York Times journalist Howard Blum revealed in his book “Out There” that there is, indeed, a DoD UFO working group within the DIA. I mention this aspect only to demonstrate that the military and intelligence community are not averse to experimenting in and expending prodigious amounts of tax dollars on some of the “weirder” areas of life. The remote viewing teams were disbanded following the Oliver North fiasco by the Secretary of Defense who was concerned at the potential bad publicity. Thereafter, Psi-Tech was formed and the work continues…
[24]Refer Martin Cannon. Lobster 23 “Mind Control and the American Government.” Martin is an independent and objective researcher who has spent a considerable amount of time and personal money in researching this subject. See earlier reference to Dr. George Eastabrooks, footnote 3.
[25]On October 24-27 1995, the Counter-Drug Technology Assessment Center held a symposium at Nashua, New Hampshire. Subjects discussed included the “transition of advanced military technologies to the civil law enforcement environment. These include advanced tracking, tagging, radio frequency and other “non-intrusive” technologies.
[26]I have certain caveats in citing this material. Firstly, I have written to Dr. Horvath and the two other scientists referred to in the Spotlight article. To date none have replied either to confirm or deny their comments? One of them, Steve Aftergood is highly reputable and is known to me indirectly. The other two are not known to me at all. It is also important to point out that Spotlight is an ultra right wing publication and one must, therefore, take these citations with due caution. On the other hand Spotlight shares a considerable “ethos” with some far right elements of the military and intelligence community who are in a position to know about these developments and for their own reasons may have made this information available.
[27] See Brian Freemantle’s “The Octopus” Orion Books Ltd, 1995.
[28] See Walter Bowart’s “Operation Mind Control” recounting some chilling stories involving Vietnam veterans. In particular the case of “David” and ex US Air Force officer who had his memory “erased” following his term of service.
[29]See the Collected Works of Carl Gustav Jung for a background to the psychology of “projection”.
[31]Aggravated by narcotics related crime - presently estimated to between $500 - $800 billion a year, thus an industry outstripping all other “business sectors” with the possible exception of the weapons industry. These figures extracted from Brian Freemantle’s “The Octopus” Orion Books Ltd, 1995.
[32]The present economic reality (and that for the foreseeable future) is that the once abundant life-style for large segments of western citizens will continue to erode. This will inevitably lead to dissatisfaction that will increasingly manifest itself in civil disturbance. Economically powerless to change direction, governments may possibly resort to authoritarian remedies, fuelling greater unrest and a repetition of the vicious cycle. This model is based on the clear evidence that “nations” no longer possess the economic might to “buck” the markets. The globalisation of finance and the internationalisation of “free markets”, has led to (or perhaps resulted from?) giant “stateless” Trans National Corporations. Collectively, TNC’s far outweigh the economic power of any one sovereign state. Under the combined onslaught of TNC’s acting in concert, (referred to as “market trends”) even G7 (in the form of combined Central Bank intervention) is often rendered powerless. Under this scenario the future does not bode well. TNC’s will continue to accrue to themselves an increasing proportion of the world’s wealth, whereas nation states will grow increasingly reliant upon sovereign indebtedness to finance themselves or gradually assume “Third World” economies . The burden of “servicing” sovereign debt is met by a combination of fiscal measures, primarily increased domestic taxation (direct, indirect and more hidden measures) and decreased expenditure. Both measures impact heavily on the poorer classes and yet generally benefit the TNC’s who remain large tax recipients. Effectively powerless, the political structure in sovereign states will have little alternative but to present to its citizens, a facade of being in control if it is to remain in power. Bereft of economic muscle, old-fashioned real “muscle” (in the form of soft-kill-technologies) are likely to become more meaningful to the rule of law concept. It is, therefore, self evident that LTL weapons will thus be directed at the “rebellious” poorer classes . The Mexican “Chiapas” are an early warning sign of how these socio-economic factors are likely to impact in the future. Mexico today, the United States tomorrow, and thereafter ? See Noam Chomsky’s World Orders Old and New for a more comprehensive analysis of the TNC global phenomenon.
[33]Especially some classes of EM weapons that are viewed as having a capability to remotely modify behaviour or attack higher functions.
[34] See Department of Defense Draft directive dated January 1, 1995 outlining taking objectives for Non Lethal Weapons.
[35] See Noam Chomsky’s and Edward Herman’s “Manufacturing Consent” (Pantheon Books, New York, 1988). The authors exhaustingly detail the widespread role of the media to propagandise “elitist” objectives whilst downplaying or ignoring altogether “hard news” that doesn’t fit the “propaganda model”. As a result domestic “consent” is engineered both by the absence of information that doesn’t fit the “model” and by exclusively featuring stories or hard news that do. The impact of these techniques effectively restricts political and economic debate, sidelining contrary viewpoints. Thus the authors argue that democracy has already been replaced and that, de facto, a one party state has been crafted.
[36]This so called “soft kill” ability is politically desirable.

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The New Face of War

America’s dependence on technology exposes our infrastructure to cyberterrorism

by Amara D. Angelica

It’s started. Wall Street reports a massive loss of data as computers and backup tapes go up in smoke. ConEd and PG&E computers crash, plunging the East and West coasts into darkness. At O’Hare, the FAA’s ATC computers crash, causing havoc across the Midwest. 911 emergency systems in major cities go down from a logic bomb. Internet traffic slows to a trickle as ISPs and telecom companies struggle with coordinated large-scale denial-of-service attacks from around the world. Meanwhile, in Wash ington, D.C., a micro wave antenna on a fake Channel 9 CBS-TV van slowly turns toward the White House West Wing and unleashes a billion watts toward the War Room, where the Feds are working frantically to assess and contain the chaos …

"That’s the kind of nightmare call I worry about receiving on my red line every morning," says Barry Collin, senior research fellow at the Institute for Security and Intelligence (http://www.counterterrorism.org) in Palo Alto, who coined the term "cyberterrorism."

Such coordinated computer terrorism goes way beyond malicious hackers, he says. "Think of it as hacking with a body count."

The FBI defines terrorism as "the unlawful use of force or violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social objectives."

For cyberterrorism, Collin adds to the definition: " ... through the exploitation of systems deployed by the target. While all other forms of terrorism (for example, the truck filled with explosives at the Oklahoma Federal Building or the sarin attack in the Tokyo subway) require the ‘black hat’ to deliver and deploy a weapon of some kind, cyberterrorism leverages the high-technology systems we put in place. The more computerized systems we employ, the more systems there are to exploit and attack."

The Y2K issue has drawn attention to computer systems’ vulnerability to breakdowns. But while the Y2K threat has a very defined trigger (midnight on New Year’s Eve, 1999), cyberterrorists could attempt to cripple crucial systems at any time, for any reason and from practically any location. The threat is real enough that taxpayer money is being spent to assess (and prevent) attacks on the nation’s infrastructure.

The potential threat is not the product of stimulated imaginations. Hints of what is possible are already appearing in the headlines. Some recent examples:

• A group of Serbian computer hackers declared a cyberwar against Web sites the hackers say are anti-Serb. A caller to a Belgrade newspaper on Oct. 22 representing a group named Black Hand claimed the group was responsible for the crash of a Kosovo Albanian site and said plans are in the works to hack NATO’s site.

• Ten thousand Internet activists calling themselves the Electronic Disturbance Theater launched a denial-of-service attack in September on the Pentagon, Frankfurt Stock Exchange and Mexico presidential Web servers in support of Zapatista rebels in Chiapas, Mexico.

• A Tamil guerrilla group calling itself Internet Black Tigers launched a denial-of-service attack last year on Sri Lankan embassy computers throughout Europe, North America and Asia for two weeks, paralyzing the network.

• Irish Republican Army members reportedly intend to acquire powerful radio frequency weapons for use against the London financial system. Swedish authorities claim RF weapons have been used against their financial institutions, retired U.S. Army General Robert L. Schweitzer said in congressional testimony in June.

"The curve’s getting steep; it’s definitely accelerating," says Winn Schwartau, quickly ticking off a few dozen major incidents around the world during the past year. Schwartau is CEO of Interpact Inc. and author of Information Warfare. He also runs http://www.infowar.com, a Web site that tracks cyberterrorism and information warfare on a daily basis.

In a speech to the International Symposium on Criminal Justice Issues last year, Collin cited other potential targets of cyberterrorism:

• Banks, international financial transactions and stock exchanges to make people lose confidence in the economic system.

• Air-traffic control systems, resulting in collisions of civilian aircraft.

• Medication formulas at pharmaceutical manufacturers.

• Natural gas lines. By increasing pressure, terrorists could cause widespread valve failures and explosions.

• The electrical grid, causing blackouts.

"Some of these have already occurred in various nations. The threats are real today," Collin says. What’s worse, "attackers could wage cyberwarfare from a computer anywhere in the world, undetected." Collin’s Institute for Security and Intelligence is located at Stanford but is not affiliated with the university.

Infrastructure vulnerabilities

The core problem: America’s dependence on computers makes it more vulnerable than most countries to cyberattack.

The President’s Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection (http://www.pccip.gov/summary.html) has identified eight critical areas in need of protection: information and communications, electrical power systems, gas and oil (production, transportation and storage), banking and finance, transportation, water supply systems, emergency services and government services.

"Serious vulnerabilities and threats exist in all of these critical infrastructures," said Palo Alto-based Stanford Research International (SRI) principal scientist Peter G. Neumann in Senate testimony in May. These infrastructures are "closely interdependent; a failure on one sector can easily affect other sectors."

The Oct. 11 Intelligence Report from the Centre for Infrastructural Warfare Studies (http://www.iwar.org) lists more than 30 infrastructure-related incidents worldwide in just the previous two weeks. Although not directly resulting from cyberterrorism, they show how small events can cause fairly widespread damage. For example:

• A natural gas explosion cuts service to 1.4 million households in Australia for 14 days at a cost of more than $750 million.

• A car accident fells an electrical transmission line, blacking out 19,000 homes in Sonoma and Napa counties.

• Attacks on Nigerian oil pipelines block the flow of 130,000 barrels per day of crude oil.

"Our national infrastructure depends not only on our interconnected information systems and networks, but also the public switched network, the air-traffic control systems, the power grids and many associated control systems, which themselves depend heavily on computers and communications," said Neumann in 1997 Senate testimony. "Global problems can result from seemingly isolated events, as exhibited by the early power-grid collapses, the 1980 ARPANET collapse and the 1990 long-distance collapse—all of which began with single-point failures.

"Our defenses against isolated attacks and unanticipated events are inadequate. Risks include not just penetrations and insider misuse, but also insidious Trojan horse attacks that can lie dormant until triggered. Our defenses against large-scale coordinated attacks are even more inadequate."

According to CIA director George Tenet in congressional testimony in June, "We rely more and more on computer networks for the flow of essential information. Potential attackers range from national intelligence and military organizations, terrorists, criminals, industrial competitors, hackers and disgruntled or disloyal insiders."

There are plenty of incentives, he said: "Trillions of dollars in financial transactions and commerce moving over a medium with minimal protection and sporadic law enforcement; increasing quantities of intellectual property residing on networked systems; and the opportunity to disrupt military effectiveness and public safety, with the elements of surprise and anonymity."

New cyberweapons

The cyberterrorist’s traditional weapons of choice include computer viruses (such as logic bombs that wake up on a certain date, worms and trojan horses), cracking (accessing computer systems illegally), sniffing (monitoring Net traffic for passwords, credit card numbers and other data), social engineering (fooling people into revealing passwords and other information) and dumpster diving (sorting through the trash).

But a new tactic, coordinated large-scale attacks, emerged on March 2 and was detailed in a Sept. 4 memo that has been posted on a Navy Web site. Stephen Northcutt, a primary analyst for the Naval Surface Warfare Center, reported the details of intrusion attempts involving multiple attackers working together from different IP addresses, many in different countries and continents. The intent apparently was to make the attacks more difficult to detect, increase the "firepower" and acquire more data, he said.

Northcutt said commercially available IDS (intrusion detection systems—see "Batten Down the Hatches," TechWeek Oct. 19) cannot detect such large-scale attacks. But the Navy’s SHADOW (Secondary Heuristic Analysis for Defensive Online Warfare) software can detect and track such attacks, he said. (Download SHADOW free at http://www.nswc.navy.mil/ISSEC/CID for Unix/Linux/ FreeBSD.)

Remote snooping

Another advanced cyberterrorist tool is monitoring computers, fax machines, printers and other devices by picking up their electromagnetic radiation. TEMPEST devices (Transient Electro-Magnetic Pulse Emanation Standard, also called "Van Eck" devices after Wim van Eck who wrote the first paper on the subject in 1985) pick up radiation mainly from monitors and connecting cables. They allow cyberspies to intercept your password, proprietary business plan or embarrassing love letter, clearly displayed on their monitors.

Such monitors can be as far away as 1 kilometer—or further if they have special fast-fourier-transform chips and other classified systems designed by the National Security Agency (or its foreign counterparts or your competitors). And there’s no way for you to know you’re being monitored.

Zap—your computer’s dead

It sounds like science fiction: weapons that can zap your computer into oblivion from a distance. But RF weapons are real, according to top military experts at congressional Joint Economic Committee hearings held earlier this year (http://jya.com/rfw-jec.htm).

RF weapons consist of a power supply, transmitter and antenna. One type of RF weapon, HPM (high-power microwave), generates gigawatts (billions of watts) of short, intense energy pulses focused into a narrow beam capable of silently burning out electronic equipment, according to retired U.S. Army Lieutenant General Robert L. Schweitzer in congressional testimony in June.

RF weapons are also packaged as RF munitions, which use explosives to produce radio-frequency energy. "In the hands of skilled Russian scientists, these munitions come as hand grenades, mortar rounds, or large artillery shells or missiles," Schweitzer said.

Former computer design engineer and computer industry consultant Carlo Kopp, who is currently completing his Ph.D. at Monash University in Australia, has written a well-researched technical paper on RF munitions: "The Electromagnetic Bomb—a Weapon of Electrical Mass Destruction" (http://www.cadre.maxwell.af.mil/airchronicles/kopp/apjemp.html). It in cludes defenses against electromagnetic bombs, such as shielded rooms called Faraday cages.

"The horse is out of the barn," warned Schweitzer. "We are the most vulnerable nation on earth to electronic warfare. … Our vulnerability arises from the fact that we are the most advanced nation electronically and the greatest user of electricity in the world."

Schweitzer said potential targets of RF weapons include computers and other electronic devices used in the national telecommunications systems, the national power grid, the national transportation system, mass media, oil and gas control and refining, manufacturing processing, inventory control, shipment and tracking, public works, civil emergency service and finance and banking systems, including a bank’s ability to dispense cash.

"Ninety percent of our military communications now passes over public networks. If an electromagnetic pulse takes out the telephone systems, we are in deep double trouble because our military and non-military nets are virtually inseparable. It is almost equally impossible to distinguish between the U.S. national telecommunications network and the global one. What this means is that it is finally becoming possible to do what Sun Tzu wrote about 2,000 years ago: to conquer an enemy without fighting.

"The paradigm of war may well be changing. If you can take out the civilian economic infrastructure of a nation, then that nation in addition to not being able to function internally cannot deploy its military by air or sea, or supply them with any real effectiveness—if at all."

Schweitzer also said the former Soviet Union developed RF weapons because they realized they could not match the capability of Western electronics but believed RF weapons "have the potential to be effective against our sophisticated electronics."

With the reduction in military spending, Russia is now offering this advanced weaponry to foreign customers to further its own R&D efforts, he said. Based on proceedings of 20 years of international conferences—many hosted and initiated by the United States—China is also well ahead in this field, and many other nations are emerging. Even more frightening: Used radar systems available at surplus sales can be modified to create lower-power but effective RF weapons.

HPM systems use narrow-band transmitters that require large, expensive power supplies. But a new class of ultra-wide band (UWB) devices, also known as Transient Electromagnetic Devices (TEDs), are easier to construct and use. They may be "the RF weapon of choice to the modern cyber or infrastructure RF warrior," said engineer David Schriner before the congressional Joint Economic Committee.

According to Schriner, TEDs generate a spike-like electromagnetic pulse that is only one or two hundred picoseconds (or trillionths of a second) in length at very high peak power. They radiate over a broad band of frequencies, so they can burn out a broad range of devices, with effects on electronics systems that are similar to a lightning strike. TED power supplies are smaller, cheaper, require less power and are easier to build. They use simple spark-gap switches and can be assembled from automobile ignition, fuel pump and other readily available parts in about a week for about $300 using unclassified literature.

The compact devices could fit in a briefcase or be "placed in a small van … or directed at buildings that the van was driven past." With a six-foot backyard satellite TV-dish antenna and more advanced spark-gap unit, terrorists could point them at flying aircraft.

Taking action

So how can you defend against these weapons? For starters, you can harden your computers, networks, cables, printers and other devices—that is, make them more resistant to electromagnetic radiation. Kopp’s "Hardening Your Computing Assets" (http://www.infowar.com/CLASS_3/harden.html-ssi) is a good start. A side benefit of hardening is that it helps protect you from TEMPEST snooping.

But a more fundamental question is: What is the U.S. government doing about it, besides holding hearings? The President’s Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection researched cyberterrorism for more than a year and in October 1997 delivered its report (http://www.pccip.gov).

"In the cyber dimension there are no boundaries," said the report. "Our infrastructures are exposed to new vulnerabilities … and the defenses that served us so well in the past offer little protection from the cyber threat. Our infrastructures can now be struck directly by a variety of malicious tools."

The report also recommended the creation of two new organizations.

The National Infrastructure Protection Center (http://www.fbi.gov/nipc/index.htm), located within FBI headquarters in Washington, was formed in February of this year with $64 million in taxpayer money. According to the center’s chief, Michael Vatis, "The NIPC’s mission is to serve as the U.S. government’s focal point for threat assessment, warning, investigation and response for threats or attacks against our critical infrastructures."

The formation of the Critical In frastructure Assurance Office (http://www.ciao.gov), was announced in May 1998 with the task to create a national plan to protect the infrastructure.

"A key problem with these organizations is getting the private sector to report problems," says Collin. "They don’t trust the government and don’t see it as a two-way street. But not reporting a crime and taking steps to mitigate damages could backfire later in court.

"Beyond prevention and detection, fighting back is the issue we are now looking at," says Collin. "Right now, we are constrained by law to defensive measures, for the most part. With needed changes in legislation, we may be able to respond more effectively to attacks on our critical infrastructure."

What’s ahead? Schwartau warns us to watch for some upcoming events cyberterrorists may try to take advantage of:

• Nov. 17, 1998: The Leonid meteor shower could knock out one or more of the 100 satellites providing telecommunications, broadcasting and other signals, similar to the PanAmSat Galaxy IV communications satellite outage in May.

• Aug. 22, 1999: Global Positioning Satellite rollover (resetting the week to zero), causing problems with systems that use GPS for precise time.

• Sept. 9, 1999: Possible serious database failures resulting from the fact that many older databases use that date to signify "end of file," "do not delete" or "delete."

• Jan. 1, 2000: Y2K day.

Says Collin: "Cyberterrorists will use predictable system failures as execution points for their attacks, hoping that efforts to fix the system failures will either draw attention away from the attack or leave insufficient personnel to address the security breach. It’s not unlike the Tet Offensive: Hit the enemy while they are otherwise occupied. The Year 2000 issue is the first global deadline we have ever had, and the black hats are gearing up."

"It may take a Chernobyl-scale event to raise awareness levels adequately, perhaps bringing several of the national infrastructures to their knees simultaneously," says Neumann of SRI. However, he adds, "If you are overly concerned with the Y2K fiasco, you may be blindsided by the deeper problems. Unfortunately, security in the long run is an even more critical problem."

Eavesdropping on a computer

On the Cypherpunks list, Markus Kuhn described a low-cost way to test your system or network for emanations. Connect a standard VHF (TV) antenna through an antenna amplifier to your VCR’s RF tuner. Connect baseband video from the tuner to the "video in" pins of a multisync monitor and feed vertical and horizontal sync to the monitor from a PC video card set to the same video mode as the target system (or use sync generators). Tune through the VHF bands, starting with your target system’s dot clock frequency.

This is an effective way to convince your boss to budget for shielding your computer systems and networks.

TEMPEST systems are commercially available for purchase and are legal to use, believe it or not (but be careful, there are known snake oil sales operations in this field). Antennas are easily disguised inside a van with a plastic panel or even on the roof of a "electronics repair" or "TV station" van.

So how do you stop them? Well, you can add shielding to your systems and switch to optical fibers, or use "TEMPEST fonts" that decrease radiation from monitors. Or if you have a security clearance, you can purchase expensive TEMPEST-certified systems. Or you can buy used TEMPEST-shielded computers and other devices without a clearance. For other ideas, see Grady Ward’s "TEMPEST in a teapot" (http://www.eff.org/pub/Privacy/Security/tempest_monitoring.article).

TEMPEST consulting, testing and manufacturing is a $1 billion-a-year business, says Joel McNamara on his "Complete, Unofficial TEMPEST Information Page" (http://www.eskimo.com/~joelm/Tempest.html), which lists companies involved in this work. Also see http://www.emclab.umr.edu/ieee_emc/jobs.html for job listings. Skills sought: EMC (electromagnetic compatibility)/EMI (electromagnetic interference) design and test engineers and technicians.

Wanted by the feds: cyberwarriors

We’re sitting ducks. There’s currently no organization geared up to handle cyberterrorist attacks on the nation’s infrastructures.

Richard Forno, security officer for a major Internet services firm in Virginia and consultant to the Department of Defense, has proposed a solution: the Joint Information Warfare Activity Reserve Component.

This would be a "military reserve component that doesn’t require uniforms, physical training or full-time commitment," says Forno. "The reasoning is to tap into the brain trust of academic and IT America, and hopefully be able to create a viable IO/IW [information operations/infowar] solution in the military world without dealing with the current ‘IT brain drain’ of highly-skilled tech folks leaving the military for high-paying private sector jobs."

After Forno wrote an article on the idea earlier this year, the Pentagon contacted him to develop a presentation defining plans for a 300-person reserve unit. The unit would create "Crisis Response Teams" and "Red Teams" that "conduct penetration tests, risk assessments and other analysis on organizations to discover vulnerabilities and weaknesses in their systems, procedures, policies and overall security posture," according to his presentation made available to TechWeek.

In June, Jane’s Defense Weekly reported that Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman General Henry Shelton is expected to recommend to Defense Secretary William Cohen that a "computer attack response cell" be formed to counter cyberwarfare incidents.

If the idea goes through, "the reserve unit would be looking for computer scientists and infrastructure specialists, such as PBX telecom experts," says Forno. "They’d also need to qualify for a security clearance and be willing to serve TDY [temporary duty] when needed, just like current Reservists do."

Cyberterrorist RF weapon

RF weapons expert Carlo Kopp speculates a portable RF weapon might consist of a [1] backpack housing batteries, power supply and transmitter tube; a [2] rifle stock or assault weapon handgrip that would have a [3] protective mesh reflector mounted on it and a [4] helix or Yagi antenna mounted inside the reflector dish.

For more information

The best Web sites offering comprehensive, up-to-date links on cyberterrorism are http://www.infowar.com and the Federation of American Scientists’ "Information Warfare" site at http://www.fas.org/irp/wwwinfo.html.

To keep up to date on computer risks, subscribe to the Risks Forum (http://www.csl.sri.com/risksinfo.html), a moderated digest that is also available on the comp.risk newsgroup. For infrastructure vulnerabilities and threat analyses, subscribe to the Centre for Infrastructural Warfare Studies report (http://www.iwar.org), available free to qualified subscribers.

The most readable, comprehensive introduction to cyberterrorism—and the broader area of information warfare—is Winn Schwartau’s Information Warfare (Thunder’s Mouth Press, 1996). The book covers every aspect of the subject, from malicious software and viruses to "HERF" weapons, TEMPEST machines and military and commercial defenses against cyberattacks. The second edition adds 400 pages written by top experts in the field.

Schwartau’s Time-Based Security (Thunder’s Mouth Press, Nov. 1998) offers a novel method for quantifiably testing and measuring enterprise security effectiveness and making informed decisions. Written for managers as well as security practitioners, the book offers an alternative to the unworkable "fortress" mentality, the author says.

For serious infowarriors, Information Warfare: Principles and Operations by Edward Waltz (Artech House, 1998) offers in-depth academic analyses of defensive and offensive infowarfare strategies and technologies.

Other recently-published books include The Next World War: Computers Are the Weapons & the Front Line Is Everywhere by James Adams (Simon & Schuster, 1998); The Advent of Netwar by John Arquilla and David Ronfelt (Rand Corporation, 1998), and In Athena’s Camp: Preparing for Conflict in the Information Age (Rand Corporation, 1998).

E-commerce Security by Anup K. Ghosh (John Wiley & Sons, 1998) is "mandatory reading for anyone thinking about getting into e-commerce," says security authority Peter G. Neumann. It covers intrusions (with an excellent chapter on malicious code), vulnerabilities and ways to secure digital transactions and commerce servers.

Intrusion Detection by Terry Escamilla (John Wiley & Sons, 1998) is a readable, up-to-date look at intrusion detection systems, authentication, firewalls and access controls, including detailed comparisons between leading IDS product categories. This is a must-have for computer security professionals.

Protecting Networks with SATAN by Martin Freiss (O’Reilly & Associates, 1998) is a practical hands-on guide to installing, using and extending the Security Administrator Tool for Analyzing Networks, (SATAN). It also explains how to defend your site by detecting when intruders are using SATAN to probe your hosts and network and by repelling the attack.
by Brendan
Thursday Sep 22nd, 2005 12:17 PM
look up in the sky, chemtrails are changing the atmosphere into a more plasma like state to support these directed energy weapon systems,

high tech directed energy weapons have been being used on civilians for a long time. They've been used on me as well as other innocent people:

Carolyn Palit:
http://www.noexoticwarfarezone.com/index.htm

Bill Gallagher:
http://www.luxefaire.com/

-Brendan James
That's an unsubstantiated allegation. Demonstrate the method of causality or your claim is baseless.
by try learning some science
Thursday Sep 22nd, 2005 10:55 PM
Do you even fucking know what plasma is? If the atmosphere became "more plasma-like" how long do you think you'd remain alive? Besides, the lower atmosphere is transparent to most EM wavelengths. Why would they even bother?

Just because some whacko theory makes the government look bad doesn't mean it's true. In fact, to people who know science well, chemtrails and other such cockamamie theories (e.g. HAARP causing earthquakes) just make conspiracy researchers in general look like a bunch of jackass idiots. For this reason this stuff smells like a propaganda effort to make ALL conspiracy conjecture look ridiculous. The carnicom site, for one, is huge and very slick. Whoever put this together has mucho resources, including fake scientists concocting fake research and obviously laughing into their sleeves as they do it
by Pburns
(brokenreality5 [at] yahoo.com) Wednesday Oct 5th, 2005 10:54 AM
I didn't believe it either. It's not a conspiracy,or even a very complicated procedure IF YOU CAN CONCEPTUALIZE IN THE ABSTRACT.
1) GPS becomes more and more "target-specific" with each passing month and year. Think of how easily your cell-phone transmits and then picks up sound from hundreds or thousands of miles away. GPS is even more precise, hence, satellite phones.

2) The human brain DOES have an electrical signature, typically "running" between 1Hz-45Hz. Your entire head, especially your ears, is set up to capture motion and sound from your surroundings. Everything is processed electronically by your brain.

3) Take the two concrete facts above. Now, grab a laser pointer, hang a mirror on the wall and lay a doll down on the floor. Attach astring to the doll's leg. Have a helper point the laser pointer at the doll's head. Now you drag the doll across the room while your helper uses the mirror to keepthe laser dot on the doll's head. After a few practice tries, they will be able to do it every time. If the laser was now put on a swivel mount (think satellite), and the laser dot was guided by a return signature from the doll (think radar), the laser dot would continously remain focused on the doll's head.
4) If the laser in the above scenario was now changed into a frequency, let's say one between 1Hz-45Hz, you would now have opened up something called a COMMUNICATIONS LINK. Put your paranoia, your conspiracies, and also your inability to accept simple communications theories (laws) aside. Communication between humans using satellite technology IS POSSIBLE. The only question that remains is WHY? Still don't believe it? Then call up your friend on your video phone and show them the disbelief on your face as you read this to them. After all, your parents will tell you that 30 years ago, your cell phone was IMPOSSIBLE. Again,the only question that remains is WHY would someone be "set-up" as though they were a video-phone. I refer you to a very real human satellite tracking system known as a "SMARTBOX". Don't believe it? Just ask Martha Stewart.