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Activists Inform Presidential Candidates of Satellite Surveillance & Torture, Non-Consensual Human Experimentation in the USA

Shining a spotlight on the use of electromagnetic technology beamed down from satellites by organized crime factions in the US operating under cover of the Surveillance State to assault, harass, and control American citizens, an activist in Colorado recently wrote to several major Presidential candidates, including Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and Donald Trump.


In his letter, Mike Patrick of Breckenridge, CO noted the increasing awareness among American communities of these electronic abuses on Americans with Directed-Energy Weapons, which are being perpetrated from ground-vehicles, airborne craft, and satellites.


He cautioned candidates that this issue would become a primary focus during the course of the next Presidency.


Letters were also sent by certified mail to President Obama and FBI Director James Comey.


Aiming to inform and educate prospective voters, Mike Patrick has been handing out copies of these letters in Colorado.


Excerpt from letter to the FBI Director, James Comey:


Excerpt from further down in this letter:


You can read all letters in pdf format from the links below.







Will Hillary Fight for Victims of DEW Non-Consensual Human Experimentation?

In other activist attempts to inform Presidential candidates, activist Tyrone Dew, interviewed here earlier, attended a Feb 28 rally by President Bill Clinton in Miami, Florida, engaging in a silent demonstration, asking for Hillary Clinton’s help in exposing radiation experimentation on non-consenting Americans.


It may be recalled that during his Presidency, President Clinton issued an apology to victims of non-consensual radiation experimentation, but did not take the further moral step of prohibiting classified research on citizens without their consent.

As a consequence, this vast and major loophole continues to permit massive abuses by Intelligence agencies such as the CIA in conducting non-consensual physical, mind- control, and behavior-control experimentation programs on thousands of Americans, in continuation of the horrific MKULTRA experiments which were partially exposed in the ’70s. In addition, as exposed by contracts, the Department of Defense, through self-permitted exemptions via the NDAA 2012, appears also to be conducting non-consensual experimentation on Americans, using DEWs and other methodologies.

Rather surprisingly, Tyrone’s demonstration was briefly covered by ABC News. That article can be found here. While no further analysis is presented, the fact that Tyrone was present as a protester, and the content of his sign were noted. “Today’s event had a silent protester in the back of the room holding a large sign with a picture of Hillary Clinton depicted as Rosie the Riveter in front of an American flag. The sign read “Bill, during your presidency you apologized for government non-consensual human experimentation. Will Hillary fight for victims of directed energy weapons non-consensual human experimentation?”

Tyrone’s Youtube video link for the event is here.

Thanks to both these intrepid activists Tyrone Dew and Mike Breckenridge for their tremendous efforts to inform the American populace of non-consensual human experimentation, radiation weapons testing, satellite technology, and Surveillance State actions of repression and terror directed against Americans.

Is America Listening? Do Americans Understand This is the Reality of State-Sanctioned Terrorism?

Perhaps the vast sleeping coterie of our journalistic class, our human rights advocates, our civil liberties advocates, and our physicians will begin to wake up and understand the extreme horror and urgency of what is going on in America today, and begin to take responsibility as citizens to speak out and take action against this increasingly pervasive abuse. The Department of Justice, the Department of Defense, and the CIA/FBI/DHS/NSA must be questioned and exposed publicly. These weapons must be removed from the public arsenal.

Local communities also need to take action at the local level. Without public participation in protest, exposure, and prosecution, the circle of this abuse will only widen. Alternative media in particular must take note and increase coverage. Ultimately, the effort to expose and end our own abuse is completely in our hands–we cannot sit back and permit this carnage to continue. As noted by Mr. Patrick in his letter:


Time to Prosecute the Torturers

While the world’s been reeling from the reports of the most unimaginable atrocities committed by officials in the Bush administration, as released finally, thanks to outgoing Senator Mark Udall, in the summary of the Senate CIA report on torture, we in the US and the rest of the world can still speak out, and push for prosecution of the torturers. There seems to be some sort of battle going on to classify this torture as normative under pressures of “terrorism,” but an increasing number of media outlets are beginning to note the horror, such as evinced in this New York Times Op-ed: Prosecute Torturers and Their Bosses, and join the call to prosecute from human rights groups, such as expressed in this op-ed Prosecute the Torturers from Human Rights Watch.


Past the recent odd call from ACLU calling inexplicably for Presidential pardons (of High Crime), ACLU and Human Rights Watch are calling for an independent investigation from the Attorney-General, their petition can be found here: No Free Pass for Torture

US Human Rights asks you to sign this letter asking Holder to prosecute: Time for Prosecutions from the CIA Torture Report

Meanwhile, let’s not forget there is a Lot of US torture that is Not currently in the news but proceeds apace, nevertheless. (Please see the Human Rights pages on this site.) This report from the US Human Rights Network detailing conclusions from the recent US Government Review by the Convention Against Torture in Geneva in November 2014 touches on various, egregious violations of human and civil rights of adults, women, and juveniles in Guantanamo, in prisons in the US, by police departments and officers : Concluding Observations.

And there is of course the continuing, clandestine assaults using Directed-Energy Weapons and organized harassment on activists and people who speak out on any issue in the United States, assaults not spoken about in corporate mainstream media yet–essentially domestic terrorism, and, by its very nature, essentially torture. This assault is both domestic and transcontinental–no doubt the CIA is involved, in exporting the assaults. These are horrors yet to come to light in the mainstream, although millions around the world are aware of their existence and continuance. Please see the pages here under Human Rights for more information, and please stay tuned for expanded information here in this area. Don’t forget to sign those petitions!