Daily Archives: April 26, 2016

International TI Meeting, 28 May 2016, in Netherlands Will Film Interviews for Documentary on Remote Control of Human Beings and Brains

Re-posted  from Facebook, with thanks, and also available at Stopeg.com: notice by Peter Mooring, Director of StopEg (Stop Electronic Weapons and Gang Stalking). Film-maker Pedro Barbadillo will be interviewing and filming at this May meeting for Targeted Individuals worldwide experiencing remote electromagnetic and other scalar/sonic signals on their bodies or electronic harassment in covert and unethical, unauthorized, and non-consensual neuro-experimentation military/intelligence projects.  Please use the contact information below to reach the organizers of this meeting at STOPEG. Please pass on this information to all who may be interested or able to attend.

From the STOPEG website: “STOPEG is a non-profit human rights organization trying to inform everyone of the horrible human rights violations committed using gang stalking and electronic weapons. STOPEG also is a contact and information point for victims, their family and friends, and seeks possibilities to prosecute the perpetrators of these crimes.

STOPEG foundation is part of a global movement of organizations, persons and supporters, who fight to stop these abuses of human rights.


International TI meeting Saturday 28 May 2016, Rotterdam, Netherlands

To all TIs,

During the last Covert Harassment Conference 2015 in Berlin we have showed a trailer of REMOTE CONTROL, an investigative documentary film by Pedro Barbadillo (you can read the synopsis below).

Pedro would like to record interviews and other material from the TIs meeting. For this reason we invite everyone, who is interested in being part of this film, as well as, also possibly being part of the smaller documentary production by STOPEG Foundation.

The TI meeting will be on Saturday 28 May 2016 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, location to be announced.

It is important to know that Pedro/STOPEG will be filming during the TI meeting. This means you can be filmed. If you come you agree to be filmed and possibly be in the film(s) and possibly be on internet websites, if you do not want this then DO NOT register for this TI meeting.

The working language of the TI meeting is English.

If you are interested in participating in this TI meeting, then please email us as soon as possible:

Beata Zalewska – beata@xs4all.nl or
Peter Mooring – peterpm@xs4all.nl

Thank you.

Best wishes,


REMOTE CONTROL Investigative Documentary 90′ + 52′
by Pedro Barbadillo

Is it possible to hack a human being? It is possible to modify his behavior, alter his personality, read his thoughts, implant dreams, memories or ideas in his brain, make him hear voices or pronounce phrases… force him to act against their will, even force him to commit suicide?

Experts say that, with currently available technology, and the convergence between neuroscience and electronics, this is all already possible. Since the experiments of Dr. Jose Delgado in Yale University, in the 60’s and 70’s, mind control techniques have become one of the main areas of interest for secret services and the military.

And thousands of people, in the United States, in Europe, and spread all over the world, claim to be victims, targeted individuals, used as guinea pigs, in large scale experiments to verify the effectiveness of these techniques.

Those affected by these non consensual trials are starting to group into associations, demanding official investigations that determine who is behind these experiments. Their stories sound like science fiction, and are often rejected, or ridiculed, but the symptoms they explain corresponds with techniques that have been investigated at some point by scientists, and form part of scientific research currently underway, or carried out in recent years.

Developed by neuroscience labs and research centers from some of the leading universities in the United States, many of this trials have been funded by DARPA (the Agency of advanced research for America’s defense) and protected by military secrecy. Many of the patents which have been derived from these investigations are part of the list of so-called “black patents”, restricted by its strategic interest, and not accessible for the public.

For more, please visit STOPEG.Com.