Tramès per Klaus Rudolph (Citizens' Initiative Omega)
Electronic weapons against civilians, Russian work translated
Have you seen the amazing writing from Russia on electronic and similar weaponry used against civilian populations? For people around the world who realise they are being attacked in their homes or on the streets, this work is a breakthrough.
Part of it has now translated thanks to a team led by Cheryl Welsh of CAHRA (Campaign Against Human Rights Abuses). They are still in need of money to finish their work, I believe.
To anyone interested in the weaponry/abuse of civilians aspect of EMF and sonic effects hardware, this work will be very valuable. Download the materials, if interested. Sometimes they disappear or become unavailable later in time.
I recommend this URL where there is a sample 25 pages of translation: http://www.dcn.davis.ca.us/~welsh/golgotha.htm
Here is the whole Table of Contents to the CAHRA materials: http://www.dcn.davis.ca.us/~welsh/#toc
RE: 13 countries to study cellphones and cancer
Hi Klaus: Best wishes to all fellow canaries and canary lovers who are struggling to liberate them.
Best, Imelda, Cork, Ireland
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