|Friday, October 26 2007 - Preparations
Pain Compliance. Coming Soon to an Antiwar Demo Near You?
October 11, 2007
(Comments from a reader re. how to deflect these beams, at end of article.)
Last September, Air Force Secretary Michael Wynne indicated the military would
use “nonlethal weapons” against “fellow citizens” before
they use them in “a wartime situation.” In other words, the American
people are considered little more than guinea pigs, especially dissenting Americans
in need of “crowd control.”
Before zapping antiwar demonstrators with an ADS beam?that?s short for ?Active Denial System??the military or police may request they remove glasses, contact lenses, and take coins and keys out of their pockets. ?Precautions used to test U.S. military?s microwave weapon ADS for crowd control have raised questions about its safety, says a report,? explains United Press International. ?These precautions raise concerns about the ADS in real crowd-control situations, the New Scientist reported? The ADS fires a 95-gigahertz microwave beam, which is supposed to heat skin and to cause pain but no physical damage, the report said. Until now little information about its effects had been released.?
|Sunday, September 9 2007 - Preparations
Emergency Preparation sites--please add more
Here are a few links for information on emergency preparation. Please add more in the forum, and by posting the best articles/links in this section. Let's discuss what we should be doing to prepare our families/our selves for whatever's coming. The media/Fatherland Security are saying things like "simultaneous nuclear detonations in Los Angeles & San Francisco" and saying "Avian Flu Pandemic is a matter of when, not if." Now, they're 'accidentally' flying a B52 with nuclear weapons on the launchers... Given that we don't actually know what's going to happen, how best do we prepare for possibilities...
Even if we just lose power, water, other services for a time, as has been happening in Los Angeles, for instance, we should all be somewhat prepared for emergencies.