17. May 2021

Complaints, Questionnaires, Requests, Petitions & Answers to them

Petition against misuse of Psychotronic (mind control) Weapons, tabled in the House of Commons in Ottawa on the 23 of November 2011. Number 411-0188

We, the undersigned residents of Canada, draw the attention of the House of Commons to the following:

THAT

1. There are individuals in this country, victims of Psychotronic (Mind and Body Control) Weapons, who are being targeted unjustly or used as human subjects in experiments without their informed consent. Victims of mind/body control detail the most extreme and totalitarian violations of human rights in human history. Criminals may implant people with microchips or nanomaterials and place them under continuous surveillance. They monitor the human brain, continuously alter consciousness and behavior, directly assault and torture mind and bodies of the human subjects.

These are some of the symptoms that targeted individuals may experience:

 a). Microwave hearing, torture with loud noise.

 b). Visual hallucinations, “dreams”.

 c). Reading thoughts, retrieving memories.

 d). Manipulation of thoughts, will, emotions, desires and perceptions.

 e). Manipulation of human behavior: forced speech, involuntary body movements, transmission of specific commands into the subconscious, compulsory execution of these commands (i.e. the Manchurian Candidate effect).

 f). Debilitation of mental acuity, loss of memory.

 g). Sleep deprivation or uncontrollable sleep

 h). Cramps, spasms, excruciating artificial pain in any part of the body, manipulation of body systems, including heart attacks and other serious medical conditions. 

2. Some victims are subject to harassment and organized stalking in their communities. Some victims receive false psychiatric diagnosis and in addition become victims of the system from which they are seeking help (medical institutions, as well as law enforcement)

3. The misuse of such brain and body manipulation technology directly undermines the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

THEREFORE, your petitioners request that the House of Commons would appoint a Public Inquiry in Canada to get to the bottom of these gross violations of human rights based upon the evidence collected by victims for many years. Goals of the Public Inquiry should include:

  • End of misuse of the mind control technologies
  • Compensation of involuntary human subjects for their damages
  • Removal of any materials implanted in human subjects, such as microchips or nanomaterials, that send signals to their mind and bodies
  • People responsible should be exposed and brought to justice for these unspeakable crimes against humanity.

Answer From the Canadian Government, signed by Mr. Tom Lukiwski

The Government takes note of the petitioners’ concerns; however, the Government has no information on any such activities.

Petition against misuse of Psychotronic (mind control) Weapons, tabled in the House of Commons in Ottawa on the 3 of May 2018. Number 421-02313

We, the undersigned residents of Canada, draw the attention of the House of Commons to the following:

THAT

1. There are individuals in this country, who have been victimized by technology they don’t have a solid understanding of. These victims are tortured by devices in their brains and experience symptoms of mind and body control. These devices are not implanted with the knowledge or consent of the victim, nor are they intended to treat any medical condition. These victims are similar to the ones who were experimented on by CIA in their declassified mind control programs, such as MKUltra.

EFFECTS OF THE DEVICE

A). Debilitation of mental acuity and capacity.

B). Loss of memory and knowledge

C). Cramps, spasms, seizures, excruciating artificial pain in any part of the body.

D). Sleep deprivation or uncontrollable sleep.

E). Manipulation of thoughts, will, emotions, desires and sensations.

F). Manipulation of human behavior: forced speech, involuntary body movements.

G). Manipulation of body organs (such as bladder and heart). 

H). Voices in victims heads.

I). Visual hallucinations.

2. Members of public office refuse to recognize these victims suffering or provide medical and security expertise.

3. The misuse of such brain and body manipulation technology directly undermines the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and other laws.

THEREFORE, your petitioners request that the House of Commons would appoint a Public Inquiry in Canada to get to the bottom of these gross violations of human rights. Goals of the Public Inquiry should include:

  • End of misuse of the mind and body control technologies
  • Removal of any materials implanted in human subjects that send signalsto their mind and bodies
  • Compensation of involuntary human subjects for their damages
  • People responsible should be exposed and brought to justice for these unspeakable crimes against humanity.

Answer From the Canadian Government, signed by Mr. Peter Schiefke

The Government takes note of the petitioners’ concerns; however, the Government has no information on any such activities.

Questionnaire GA76, submitted to Mr. Nils Melzer, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, on the 14th of May 2021

Accountability for Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment

Thematic Report of the Special Rapporteur on Torture to GA76

Questions:

1. Challenges to accountability: What are the most important legal, practical and other challenges that are conducive to the current worldwide accountability gap for torture and ill-treatment?

I will only address cyber-torture by means of psychotronic (mind control) weapons in these answers:

· Existing laws do not include description of psychotronic (mind control) technologies.

· Existing laws in many countries do not include gang stalking and stalking people by government institutions (like secret police).

· Insufficient and inadequate existing laws against torture. For example, Section 269 of the Criminal Code of Canada reads “269.1 (1) Every official, or every person acting at the instigation of or with the consent or acquiescence of an official, who inflicts torture on any other person is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding fourteen years.” First, criminals may torture victims without instigation, consent or acquiescence of officials, since perpetrators do not necessarily need approval of officials to commit torture. Next. Ridiculous punishment for torturers in Canada – 14 years are not enough. The last. Canadian legislation do not adequately punish witnesses of torture, who did not report about this crime.

· Military and intelligence in many countries granted themselves permission to test/use electromagnetic weapons on people without their informed consent. Such directives contradict international laws, constitutions and legislations of their own countries. These directives and people, who created and approved them, are themselves criminal.

· Law enforcement officers are criminally negligent and ignore reports of victims of cybertorture or intentionally send targeted individuals to mental institutions.

· Law enforcement workers are not trained to detect and prosecute crimes, committed by means of psychotronic Weapons.

· Law enforcement officers are not obliged to redirect investigation of cybertorture cases to organizations and services that have necessary equipment and trained personnel to investigate these crimes.

· Main stream media keep silence about existence of mind and body control technologies.

· Psychiatrists, perfectly knowing about existence of psychotronic technologies, intentionally label victims of cybertorture with false psychiatric diagnoses.

· Fascist scientists, these modern doctors Mengele, who carry out mind and body control experiments on involuntary human subjects, are allowed to use data and knowledge, obtained in a criminal way.

2. Functions, forms and levels of accountability: Please identify, explain, distinguish or compare the different functions (e.g. punitive/reparative, or proactive/preventative etc.), forms (e.g. legal, political, economic or social etc.) and levels (e.g. individual, collective, institutional, State etc.) of accountability for torture and ill-treatment.

It is difficult for me to answer this question, since I am not a lawyer. In my opinion, criminal responsibility must be exclusively individual. However, if perpetrators commit crimes in groups, punishment must be tougher than for individual crime.

Governments and their institutions must be responsible for refusal to investigate torture cases.

Torturers must get up to death sentences or lifetime imprisonments with full confiscation of their money and property. If criminals managed to pass their assets to other people, like their relatives, the assets must be confiscated from their relatives as well.

Exposure of torture cases in mainstream media with names and images of torturers will help very much.

3. Rights of victims: Who should be recognized as a victim of torture and ill-treatment, and what are – or ought to be – victims’ procedural and substantive rights within accountability processes? Who else, if anyone, should be entitled to have access to and/or participate in accountability processes and mechanisms?

Victim of torture is a person, who experienced intentionally inflicted severe pain or suffering, whether physical or mental. Purpose and reason of torture do not matter at all (of course, I do not mean torture that arises only from lawful sanctions).

Victims of torture should be entitled to substantial financial compensation for damages, losses and suffering. Confiscated criminals’ money and property must be used to compensate victims first of all. If this money is not enough, then governments must pay victims as well.

4. Recommendations: Based on your experience and/or analysis of accountability in (2) and (3) above, what are the most effective mechanisms / measures and/or good practices that can or should be taken to respond to the challenges you identified in (1) so as to ensure accountability for torture and ill-treatment worldwide?”

· Existing laws must be improved and include description of psychotronic and other electromagnetic weapons.

· Existing laws must be improved and include stalking of targeted individuals by groups of perpetrators and government organizations (like secret police).

· Legislations should recognize torture, committed by any perpetrator, not just by officials or at their instigation or consent.

· Punishment for torture must be up to death sentence or lifetime in prison with complete confiscation of money and property of the criminals.

· Witnesses of torture, who did not report to police about this crime, must get at least 10 years in prison.

· Military, intelligence and judicial people, who created and approved directives that electromagnetic weapons may be tested or used on humans without their informed consent, should be criminally liable for these initiatives and brought to justice. They are liable to imprisonment for a term for at least 15 years. The unlawful directives must be immediately cancelled/revoked.

· Police officers must be trained to detect and investigate crimes. committed by means of psychotronic weapons. Alternatively, police must be obliged to redirect investigation of cybertorture cases to organizations and services (like military intelligence) that have necessary equipment and trained personnel.

· Criminal mind control experimentation on victims without their informed consent must be thoroughly investigated. Law enforcement officers, who ignore reports of cybertorture victims or intentionally send them to mental institutions, are liable to imprisonment for a term up to 10 years.

· Public exposure of scientists, who carry out mind and body control experiments on involuntary human subjects. These scientists are liable up to lifetime imprisonment or up to death sentence.

· Strict prohibition to use data and knowledge, obtained in a criminal way without informed consent of involuntary human subjects, anywhere.

· Public exposure of psychiatrists, who intentionally label victims of cybertorture with false psychiatric diagnoses.

Good practices to respond to illegal mind and body experimentation on human subjects without their informed consent:

1). Activities of abuse by psychotronic technologies must be ceased immediately and forever.

2). Perpetrators and states must compensate for the detection and removal of possible implants in victims by commercial experts. All records of the location of any electronic devices inside or outside bodies of involuntary human subjects, affecting them, should be disclosed to them.

3). Targeted individuals should be supplied with all and full profiles, records and diagnoses, opinions and lists, as they pertain to them from the experiments or investigations done.

4). Compensation of victims’ pain and suffering, physical and mental harm, job deprivation, financial damage, illegal use as involuntary human subjects, breach of confidence, breach of privacy, negligent abuse by police, negligent abuse by doctors, and so on.

5). All physical and medical injures, present and future, which result from electromagnetic/psychotronic weapon crimes must be treated. If involuntary human subjects need to restore their health, it must be done at the expense of perpetrators and governments, not at the expense of victims.

6). False psychiatric diagnoses, made for targeted individuals, must be cancelled (reversed).

[7). Targeted individuals should be provided with means of shielding and protection against electromagnetic effects.]

Galina Kurdina,

Organization of Victims of Psychotronic (Mind Control) Weapons

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Email: helenkurdin@yahoo.ca

Phone: (647) 343-0716