IAACEA Announces Global Protest

The International Alliance Against Covert Electronic Abuse (IAACEA) is a worldwide campaign for the right of people to be free from covert community based harassment and electronic abuse. This abuse has caused serious and widespread violations of basic human rights. Such unlawful acts of covert harassment have been going on for decades, and are now commonplace throughout the world.. Our global aim is to break the silence around the issue of covert abuse and reclaim our basic rights as set out in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Thousands of documents exist regarding the usage of this shameful, criminal technology: military patents, government reports, declassified documents, scientific journal and mainstream magazine articles, information obtained through FOIA requests, books written by former military personnel, etc. The amount of information is overwhelming, but it is mostly kept hidden from the mainstream media. For more information, please visit: http://www.osnanaimo.org/proventechs.pdf Victoria BC Canada, Wednesday, October 14, 2009: the IAACEA is staging a worldwide protest against the use of electronic technologies that assault and harass members of the unwitting public. This coalition unites concerned professionals and victim groups from all over the world. Protest will begin at 2:30pm, 1212 Douglas Street, Victoria, BC. Simultaneous protests are taking place in the following global locations: USA Los Angeles San Francisco New York Washington, DC Philadelphia Cincinnati Canada Victoria, British Columbia Toronto UK London China Email protest only Through these protests and international solidarity, our goals are: *To Educate the public about the erosion of our basic human rights. *To Lobby the government to create laws to protect people from covert electronic abuse. *To Provide community support for those people and their families who are affected by covert electronic abuse. *To Challenge governments and those who hold power to end abusive practices and respect international human rights law. *To Collaborate with international organizations: to obtain justice for survivors of torture; to hold accountable the governments and individuals who perpetrate torture; to develop the means of ensuring compliance with international standards and securing remedies for victims. Deborah A. Newhook International Alliance Against Covert Electronic Abuse 'We live to achieve justice..' dbnewhook@yahoo. ca http://freedomfchs.startlogic.com/iaacea/ (250)591-5888

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