Worldwide Campaign to stop the Abuse and Torture of Mind Control/DEWs
Global protest on Dec 10, 2012 (Human Rights Day) (some locations are possible on 8,9 Dec, Saturday) is under discussion.
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Reports of Global protest on 14 Oct:
Photos of previous protests:
Press Release in 10 languages:
List of protest locations:
Worldwide protest location: China
(It is hard to apply permission of street protest from local authorities in China. No street protest. Only Internet emails and websites promotion)
Contact Person: Soleilmavis
Soleilmavis case summary.
The UN Human Rights field offices, Civil Society groups in many countries and other UN organisations have also organized events to mark Human Rights Day.
Please come to see what events you can participate.
Worldwide protest location: USA
San Jose and Santa Maria, CA
He passed out about 30 more flyers in San Jose by the Great Mall on 25 Oct 2012. These flyers were on Electronic Weapons Testing and Non-Consensual Medical Testing within the Medical Industry. He has passed out about maybe 300 in Santa Maria and San Jose, CA. He will pass out more info.
''These Non-Consensual Electronic Weapons Abuse Programs need to stop. There seems to be a strong cover-up between the Department of Defense, CIA and the team of Researchers and Scientists (in the Dept. of Neuroscience) that they are funding. I will always blame the Military for this crap and their Black-Budget funding into programs like this.''
Daniel James Matzke
cell number is: 1-(425) 239-4061
lets all join forces worldwide....
Contact: Marc Burnell
Location: Lafeyette Park, near White house
Time: From 8am to 6pm.
I put in the application today for the permit and there should be no reason why I won't be turned down. Its the same process as it was last time in 2009. Its free. No one else is protesting there on Monday either. I already know about 5 or 6 that are definetily coming but might leave early. I have to leave early around 2pm. People should still able to stay.
Know how to answer questions and speak about this situation intellegibly, there are lots of small newspapers and radio stations that do interviews. Bring refreshments. No speakers, or music, just signs.
Here is the protest in 2009: Global Protest - USA, Canada, UK
richard demuth confirmed to attend the protest, please contact him.
Meki Bandaon is interested in attending the protest, please contact him.
Contact: Meki Banda
Worldwide protest location: Canada
protest in Toronto, ON, Canada on the 8,9 or 10th of December, 2012 (Human Rights Day)
Email: Galina Kurdina email@example.com
Vancouver bc, Canada
ken W2 is looking anyone in vancouver bc or surrounding areas.
Worldwide protest location: UK
denny32 is looking anyone from UK organising activities on 10th Dec 2012
Worldwide protest location: France
T.G. is looking anyone from France organising activities on 10th Dec 2012.
Worldwide protest location: Malaysia
In Malaysia, Victims and supporters can bring their own flyers to join some protests on December 10.
Amnesty International and Malaysian Bar Council are organising Human Rights Day Dec 10th. and this wedsite works on international Humans Rights Business.
Other activists for supporting the protests
(1) Mass email or mail petitions
Mailteam calls all victims to send their Mass petitions to Governments, Military/Security Agencies, International Organizations, Human Rights Organizations, Universities, Scientific and other Institutions, and the International Media all over the world over and over and over again and have had our appeals for justice, protection, assistance and/or publicity. You can use the following sample letter:
(2) write to Europe
(3) SheriGrutz's actions
Here is what I do:
having a poetry reading
having a band play
passing out fliers
writing letters to congressmen in your state
writing letters to human rights agencies
putting up posters all over your city
putting ads in newspapers
And many, many other things.
(4) Demand for the Government from Arlene Johnson
Be smart and use my Demand for the Government page to achieve your goals. There isn't hardly any goal that people have that I don't have somewhere in my work on the page that makes my work unique-the Demand
I propose that all those who worship send letters and packets of info to their own and other places of worship. We should ask them to pray for us all, teach them how to support targeted individuals and provide them with educational materials instructing them on the kind of stalking, harassment and assault we experience. This will help us get the word out and create a support base for those who are suffering a lot.
(8) Catherine Sarah Hislop will attend a conference about Domestic Violence and mental Health on Jan 14, 2013
I am unable to take part, as i am attending a conference about Domestic Violence and menatl Health
Think it would be good if someone from here could take part to highlight the torture
Even they were alone on the streets, but they indeed had encouraged other victims
Xu Yan in Hongkong
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Try these yourself --
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Because of the sins of mankind, Victims have been suffering horriblly from the abuses and tortures of voice to skull and remote electromagnetic mind control technologies. Government and public had ignored victims' complaints and did not stand on the side of justice. We must seek justice by calling aloud in the streets; raising voices in the public squares; crying out at the head of the noisy streets; and making speech in the gateways of the city (Proverbs 1:20-21).