U.S. Military Fights Negative Perception of ‘Pain Ray’ Well what about the 'other types of Rays' used in mainly White Crowd controls?
Proven & Available Electronic Harassment Technologies:
There are older technologies capable of extreme destruction of the ability to earn a living, and the
quality of life of a target, listed below. None of these technologies require implants, and all can be
transmitted silently, through non-conducting walls, and leave no trace evidence. They have been
available for one to five decades.
Since few targets will own the correct (and expensive) detection equipment, destruction of a target's
life even using these older technologies is a perfect crime under today's justice system. Today's
justice system denies that any effective through wall harassment technologies exist.
Here is the list:
WEAPONIZED MICROWAVE OVEN: A simple microwave oven, door removed, with the door
interlock switch bypassed, and held against the bedroom wall of a target in an apartment building or
semi-detached house. This device can cause a variety of disabling medical symptoms. (Google "Dr.
Image showing weaponized microwave oven weapon,
for improved focus of the microwave radiation.
Some symptoms of microwave radiation:
Asthma, cataracts, headaches, memory loss, early Alzheimer's, bad dreams, depression, fatigue,
concentration loss, appetite loss, heart and blood pressure problems, and cancer.
A microwave oven (often referred to colloquially simply as a "microwave") is a kitchen appliance that heats food by dielectric heating accomplished with radiation used to heat polarized molecules in food. Microwave ovens heat foods quickly and efficiently, because excitation is fairly uniform in the outer 1 inch (25 mm) to 1.5 inches (38 mm) of a dense (high water content) food item; food is more evenly heated throughout (except in thick, dense objects) than generally occurs in other cooking techniques.
Dr. Percy Spencer invented the first microwave oven after World War II from radar technology developed during the war. Named the 'Radarange', it was first sold in 1947. Raytheon later licensed its patents for a home-use microwave oven that was first introduced by Tappan in 1955, but these units were still too large and expensive for general home use. The countertop microwave oven was first introduced in 1967 by the Amana Corporation, which had been acquired in 1965 by Raytheon.
WOW, I wonder if Americans can file some sort of 'class action' suite with the huge rise in all the symptoms listed in Microwaved America wouldn't you say?
With the conviences most everyone is used to and if you think about it the above symptoms are many of what the many Rx drugs allegedly help; strange, coincidence or just lack of sleep on my part, but things that make you go hmmmm?
I also don't understand why the United States doesn't seem to use these crowd controlling 'Ray Guns' on the Huge mostly Black Riots, that take have taken place across the USA? Instead the Government seems to let them destroy everything in sight: injure innocent people that happen to be in their way, fire guns, ransack business, start fires. What's the deal with that?
Instead it seems that when proud whites get a permit to hold rallies, protests or march on anything the police have to stand between them and the Hateful counter-protesters who act like idiots and make a mockery of the whole thing. Where is the crowd control? Seems pretty anti-White to me?! jlh
Al Jazeera English reports:
In order to gain stronger public perception of new crowd control technology, the US miltary has been showcasing a new weapon dubbed the “pain ray” [as informally called the "heat ray," technically known as an Active Denial System]. The system cost more than $120 million developing the technology and was deployed in Afghanistan two years ago.
May 29, 2008 |
Coming soon, from the folks who brought you the microwave -- Raytheon! After more than ten years in the making and at a cost of over 40 million dollars, 'Silent Guardian', or Active Denial System, (ADS, in it's formal mood), is almost ready for public release!
Yes, Raytheon -- manufacturer of the 100 bunker buster bombs kindly flown by America to Israel at the height of their bombardment of Lebanon, and supplier of electronic equipment for the apartheid wall built on Palestinian land; -- Raytheon -- with its 73,000 employees worldwide and annual revenues of 20 billion dollars has gone and done it again!
For, Raytheon -- the world's largest producer of guided missiles, and fifth largest defense contractor in the world, provider of aircraft radar systems, weapons sights and targeting systems, communication and battle-management systems, and satellite components -- has come up with a system which could scatter a crowd in a trice without a drop of blood being spilled.
Tests conducted at Kirtland Air Force Base south of Albuquerque, New Mexico, employ realistic combat scenarios to determine its potential effectiveness in a deployed environment, the first to expose an entire test subject to the ray. The Defense Department want to use it for protecting Defense resources, peacekeeping, humanitarian missions and other situations in which the use of lethal force is undesirable, but already there have been inquiries from other institutes and wealthy individuals about using it to protect private property.
Chicago police said they plan on using noise devices to control crowds during G-8/NATO Summit
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