Worldwide Campaign to stop the Abuse and Torture of Mind Control/DEWs
Dear Mr Guterres,
In Serbia, some publicity was given to your words on the occasion of the 76th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz Birkenau camp! Today, on the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, flowers were laid at the monument to the victims of the genocide at the Old Fair in Belgrade. The president of the state wrote on his Twitter – Serbia remembers! And I think – what? Let that remain a question for historians!
You Mr. Gutteres, for us, the targeted individuals, represent the hope, albeit still weak, that the whole world will learn about our sufferings in digital concentration camps! For me, these words of yours are much more than just spoken words, for me they represent both a decision and a promise!
“I was honoured to join Holocaust survivors to mark the 76th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp. Holocaust denial, distortion & minimization are resurgent. We can never let down our guard. We must continue to stand against lies, bigotry & hatred.”
”We will never, ever give up making this world better for everyone, everywhere.”
“The opportunity to end the spiral of destruction is in our hands.”
“Our best tribute to those who died in the Holocaust is the creation of a world of equality, justice and dignity for all”
We (the members of Peacepink and the members of other organizations fighting this form of the twenty-first century’s greatest violations of human rights, the proliferation of mind control technologies and their accompanying abuse and torture), know that with the report of the Special Rapporteur on Human Rights, Nils Melzer, our letters (mine from February 2004 and several letters in the last years) were pulled out from the carpet of United Nations and set on your table.
Many of us will not be satisfied the judicial epilogues and condemnations of our persecutors. My son was the direct grandson of grandfather (my father) who was a partisan during the long years in World War II and he was the direct grandson (according to his father) of a royal officer who spent all the years of World War II in the American liberated Nazi concentration camp in Germany (Concentration camp Osnabruck in Lower Saxony) will never find out about my struggle to prove the hell he went through, turned into a guinea pig in his own country, among his own people as a child. Unfortunately, I have somehow become completely sure of it now that he is gone!
I would not want my suffering friends to misunderstand me, but if you were engaged in activating the United Nations Court of International Law for targeted individuals, you could say for us – we have a case! Primarily because of the very large number of foreign witnesses and Serbs in Serbia and abroad! We, my family and me, have been illegally exposed for 34 years, persecuted by manipulated citizens (initially mostly because of me), falsified, ugly, subjected to mind and behavior control, exposed to Goebbels propaganda... The essence of our persecution was to disrupt and disavow those who do not follow their nationalist and populist policies, who do not agree with them and who can be an example of civic courage! We were slaves but free and around us so many free people turned into slaves! My older son has surpassed me in recent years in showing courage! His words are: Life is worth giving for freedom!
Finally, this is the basic idea why I am writing to you on this Holocaust day. I will explain this to you in the words I have written in my letter to Mr. Piotr Setkiewicz from Auschwitz Museum “We were all convinced that the Holocaust and genocide would never happen again in history. I do not want to sadden you for facing the fact that your struggle (and many like you, victims and descendants of victims) with the goal not to be forgotten, not to be repeated - failed. I know you know about the existence of digital concentration camps around the world that are school examples of virtual Auschwitz.”
And here is my basic thought and wish: I personally, and all of us (I deeply believe in that), would be immensely grateful to all the victims of the Holocaust and their heirs, if they would show solidarity with our sufferings, the suffering of us from digital concentration camps as we most sincerely respect their innocent suffering!
Thank you and Best Regards!