While investigating mind-control technologies
( On the Need for New Criteria of Diagnosis of Psychosis in the Light of Mind Invasive Technology http://www.angelfire.com/or/mctrl/NewCrit-JPSS-CS2.htm )
I found myself looking at a report presented to the EU Committee on Foreign Affairs, Security and Defence Policy, much of which struck me as being quite encouraging. If it is simply EU propoganda then why have we not heard about it?
I realise such a statement will get some backs up around here so i'll highlight a few bits and leave y'all to draw your own conclusions if ya want. It's quite an old report and I'm interested to see how much of it is being implemented.
full report at
Use of military resources for environmental purposes
9. Considers that the resources available to reverse or stem damage to the environment are inadequate to meet the global challenge; recommends therefore that the Member States seek to utilize military-related resources for environmental protection by:
(a) introducing training for environmental defence troops with a view to establishing a coordinated European environmental protection brigade;
(b) listing their environmental needs and the military resources available for environmental purposes and using those resources in their national environmental planning;
(c) considering which of its military resources it can make available to the United Nations or the European Union on a temporary, long-term or stand-by basis as an instrument for international cooperation in environmental disasters or crises;
(d) drawing up plans for creating national and European protection teams using military personnel, equipment and facilities made available under the Partnership for Peace for use in environmental emergencies;
14. Calls on the European Union to unite around a new environmental strategy using military resources for the joint protection of the environment;
21. Believes that the secrecy of military research must be resisted and the right to openness and democratic scrutiny of military research projects be encouraged;
Legal aspects of military activities
27. Considers HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Project) by virtue of its farreaching impact on the environment to be a global concern and calls for its legal, ecological and ethical implications to be examined by an international independent body before any further research and testing; regrets the repeated refusal of the United States Administration to send anyone in person to give evidence to the public hearing or any subsequent meeting held by its competent committee into the environmental and public risks connected with the high Frequency Active Auroral Research Project (HAARP) programme currently being funded in Alaska;
28. Requests the Scientific and Technological Options Assessment (STOA) Panel to agree to examine the scientific and technical evidence provided in all existing research findings on HAARP to assess the exact nature and degree of risk that HAARP poses both to the local and global environment and to public health generally;
29. Calls on the Commission, in collaboration with the governments of Sweden, Finland, Norway and the Russian Federation, to examine the environmental and public health implications of the HAARP programme for Arctic Europe and to report back to Parliament with its findings;
30. Calls in particular for an international convention for a global ban on all research and development, whether military or civilian, which seeks to apply knowledge of the chemical, electrical, sound vibration or other functioning of the human brain to the development of weapons which might enable any form of manipulation of human beings, including a ban on any actual or possible deployment of such systems;
"At the last meeting the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Security and Defence Policy adopted the motion for a resolution by 28 votes to none with one abstention."