ELECTROMAGNETIC WEAPONS AND HUMAN RIGHTS
By Walter Madliger (CH), Andreas Friedberger(D) and Swetlana Schunin(D)
A study prepared by different European NGOs for the 5th European Symposium on Non-lethal Weapons, May 11-13, 2009, Ettlingen , Germany.
The longlasting „Revolution in Military Affairs“ was summarized by the expert in Non-lethal Weapons systems, Col. John B. Alexander like this: „ There is a misconception about war – war is not about killing people, war is about the imposing of one ´s own will upon others “. This definition of war comes pretty close to the definition of the activities and goals of politicians. But Western and almost all other civilizations are founded completely on the free will of the individual, the free will of societies, i.e. their democracies,their justice systems,their economic systems, their cultural and religious activities and institutions and more – all aspects of life, which include their freedom. The free will of the individual is at the center of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations in 1948 and forms likewise the foundation of the European Convention on Human Rights.
This paper addresses this most fundamental Human Right and explores the pending threats to individual freedom of thought posed by the new EMF weapons.
It is imperative, that the human body and mind be considered sacrosanct.
To invade a civil person´s body without his informed consent, is an egregious Human Rights crime.
This study joins the lecture of Mr. D. Loye, ICRC, Geneva, „Ensuring the protection of civilians and the respect for the International Humanitarian Law” ( V27 ), held at the 4th European Symposium on Non-lethal Weapons, May 21-23, 2007, Ettlingen, Germany, and the Project Censored 2006 of the Sonoma State University,California, USA.
Human Rights – electromagnetic weapons –free will and freedom of thought –
non-consensual experimentations – mindcontrol and electronic harassment –
psychotronics –behavior modification