Mojmir Babacek, founder of the International Movement for the Ban of the Manipulation of the Human Nervous System by Technical Means, author of numerous articles on the issue of mind manipulation, offers via email on May 24, 2019 this preface to an Open Letter recently published at numerous non-mainstream media outlets, and seeking wider exposure:
“Here in the Czech Republic we have started a campaign for legislation banning attacks by physical fields on human nervous system by an Open Letter to the Czech Government describing possible growth of occurrence of cancer diseases in the Czech republic due to increasing electromagnetic smog (global positioning systems, cell phone systems, Wifi etc. followed by 5G technology in a close future).
Czech statistics show that since 1985, until 2016, the occurrence of cancer tumors in the Czech republic grew by 140% and the growth of cancer disease causes presented by the World Health Organization (obesity, smoking, drinking alcohol, smog, etc.) can account only for a growth of cancer disease occurrence by some 10%. Cancer of the skin grew in the Czech Republic by 400% since 1992, and this is the time when the ozone hole in the atmosphere was disappearing. There should be no hole above the Czech Republic after 2020. So there is a good chance that it was the growing electromagnetic smog which caused the growth of cancer of the skin in the Czech Republic.
This article was not published in the major media, but at least some 35 independent or alternative media sites have published it. After the publication we were invited to the radio broadcasting of an Internet radio station, Infovojna (Infowars), in Slovakia to talk about mind control. Right now, as a next step of the campaign, we are starting publication of the Open Letter to the Czech Government asking it to enact legislation banning attacks by physical fields on the human nervous system. We hope to reach the same amount of publication of the Open Letter as with the previous one. The text of the letter is below.”
Open Letter To The Czech President, Government And Deputies Of The Czech Parliament And Senate
The USA and the European Union have invested since the beginning of the century billions of dollars and euros into brain research. As a result of this research, perfect maps of the brain were developed, including the areas of the brain that control the activity of different body organs or parts where higher brain activities, such as speech and thoughts, are taking place. The brain activities corresponding to different actions in those areas were also deciphered.
Thanks to the knowledge of specific locations of different centers in the brain and frequencies of the neuronal activity in them, teams of physicians are now capable of helping many people who were in the past, for different reasons, unable to participate in a normal life. There exist prostheses, which are controlled directly from the brain centers that normally control the movement of the limbs, https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=8082156, and enable people, who lost them, to use the prosthesis in a way similar to the way normal people use their limbs. Higher brain activities were produced as well. In 2006, scientists placed into the brain of a completely paralyzed man an implant which transferred the activity of his brain into different devices and enabled him to open his e-mail, control his TV set, and control his robotic arm. Other paralyzed people were able to search the Internet, play computer games and drive their electrical wheelchairs: https://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/18/magazine/the-cyborg-in-us-all.html?pagewanted=all .
Thanks to extensive brain research, computers were taught to understand the neuronal activity so much so that they are now capable of using the activity of our brain to reproduce our perceptions. Canadian scientists demonstrated an experiment, where the computer could interpret the electroencephalographical recordings from the brain to produce the painting of a face that the subject of experiment was perceiving: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2018/02/26/this-literally-reads-your-mind-to-re-create-images-faces-see.html.
In the opposite way the data, processed by the computer in the way that will make them intelligible for the nervous system, can be transmitted into the brain and produce there a new reality. When an implant is placed in the brain and connected to a camera, placed on spectacles, for people whose photoreceptors in their retina stopped working, the sight is at least partially restored. In this case the camera on the spectacles is transmitting into the implant light frequencies and the implant re-transmits them in frequencies which “understand” the neurons processing the visual perceptions: http://www.businessinsider.com/scientists-put-a-bionic-eye-to-the-test-and-it-helped-blind-people-see-again-2015-7.
In California, scientists have developed a device which can register brain waves and, using analysis, find among them consonants and vowels and in this way transform our thoughts to words. A paralyzed man could use this device to write without using a keyboard. Presently, the accuracy of the device reaches 90%. Scientists believe that within five years they will manage to develop a smartphone, to which their device could be connected https://www.researchsnipers.com/device-that-translates-your-thoughts-in-to-words-will-be-in-smartphones-soon/https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3497935/.
Just like in the case of visual perception, it is possible, when knowing the algorithms of brain processing of words, to generate algorithms of different words in the computer and transmit them into the brain in ultrasound frequencies and in this way produce in the human brain particular thoughts.
Everybody will easily fall victim to the proposal that, instead of typing or searching with the use of mouse, his computer or cell phone could react directly to his brain’s activity and take down his thoughts directly to the documents or carry out operations that has just occurred to him.
As a matter of fact Apple and Samsung companies have already developed prototypes of necessary electro-encephalographical equipment, which can be placed on top of a head and transmit electromagnetic waves produced by the brain into the prototypes of new smart phones. The smart phones would analyze those waves, find out what the intentions of their owners are, and carry them out. Apple and Samsung companies expect that the direct connection with brains will gradually replace computer keyboards, touch screens, mice and voice orders: https://lsspjournal.springeropen.com/articles/10.1186/s40504-017-0050-1. When the system is complete, it will be feasible for hackers, government agencies, and foreign government’s agencies to implant thoughts and emotions in people’s minds and “hearts“, when they will be connected to Internet or cell phone systems.
In 2013, scientists in the USA could infer from their brain activity the political views of people and distinguish Democrats from Republicans, and, in 2016, scientists used transcranial magnetic stimulation to make subjects of experiments more positive towards criticism to their country, than the participants whose brains were unaffected https://lsspjournal.springeropen.com/articles/10.1186/s40504-017-0050-1 .
Last year, the historian Juval Noah Harari was invited to deliver a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos. The editor of the British Daily Financial Times stressed, when introducing him, that it is not usual to invite a historian to speak to most important world economists and politicians. Juval Noah Harari warned in his speech against the rise of new totality, based on the access to the human brain. He said: “Once we have algorithms that can understand you better than you understand yourself, they could predict my desires, manipulate my feelings and even make decisions on my behalf. And if we are not careful the outcome can be the rise of digital dictatorships. In the 21stcentury we may be enslaved under digital dictatorships”: http://www.ynharari.com/wef2018. In a similar way the Stanford University researcher in Neurology and Dolby Labs’ chief scientist Poppy Crum warned at the conference in Las Vegas: “Your devices will know more about you than you will. I believe we need to think about how [this data] could be used”: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5611645/Future-devices-let-companies-scan-body-detect-mood-health.html.
In April 2017, the neuroethicist at the University of Basel Marcello Ienca, and Roberto Andorno, a human rights lawyer at the University of Zurich, writing in the journal Life Sciences, Society and Policy, published the article “Toward new human rights in the age of neuroscience and neurotechnology”: https://lsspjournal.springeropen.com/articles/10.1186/s40504-017-0050-1, where they called for the creation of legislation which would protect the human right to freedom and other human rights from the abuse of technologies opening access to the human brain. In the article, they wrote that “the mind is a kind of last refuge of personal freedom and self-determination” and “at present, no specific legal or technical safeguard protects brain data from being subject to the same data-mining and privacy intruding measures as other types of information.” Among the world media only the British newspaper The Guardian wrote about their proposal: https://www.theguardian.com/science/2017/apr/26/new-human-rights-to-protect-against-mind-hacking-and-brain-data-theft-proposed?CMP=share_btn_fb. This fact suggests that in the actual democratic world, there exists no political will to forbid remote control of human thoughts and feelings, no matter that such perspective breaks elementary principles of democracy.
In 2016 and 2017, 10 European organizations tried to convince the European Parliament and the European Commission to enact the legislation that would ban the remote control of activity of the human nervous system, since pulsed microwaves could be used to manipulate the human nervous system at a distance at present time already: https://www.globalresearch.ca/electronic-weapons-radio-frequency-radiation-remote-manipulation-of-the-human-nervous-system/5584676. The European Commission excused itself finding excuse that according to the principle of subsidiarity this legislation must be created in each of the European Union member states individually.
We ask you therefore to create in the Czech Republic a legislation which would ban, under heavy penalties, interference with the human nervous system and organism by external energies. This legislation should establish as well the teams, with participation of human rights organizations, equipped with technical devices, which would enable them to supervise obedience to this legislation. Otherwise there is a danger that in the Czech republic a political system will evolve, which will simulate for the public, that it is defending human rights, but in reality it will be suppressing them by classified means of remote control of the human nervous system. In the Czech Republic, there live at present time some 30 people who claim that they are subjected to experiments with weapons based on the effects of pulsed microwaves and have no legal means to defend themselves. In the future it could be the whole nation. Current fast advances in scientific research can discover other physical means how to manipulate the human nervous system than are pulsed microwaves or connection of brains to cell phone systems or Internet. It is high time to create legislation which will protect the brain, human nervous systems, and the human organism from harmful electromagnetic waves and attacks on freedom of thought and decision making.
–Citizen’s Association for the Ban of Manipulation of Human Nervous Systems by Radiofrequency Radiation
Source: Mojmir Babacek, email, May 24, 2019