Letter of Mr. Verstraeten
I refer to the complaints of 1) Mr. John Finch, 2) Ms. Svetlana Shunin, Chairwoman of the Association “Verein gegen den Missbrauch¨Psychophysischer Waffen e.V.” = Association against the Abuse of psychophysical Weapons e.V.”, of which I enclose a copy.
To their contents I essentially adhere, so that I hope that things will now be seriously examined.
On this occasion I also take the liberty to again send you the following documents:
1) Declaration Of Concerned Citizens,
2) List of the subscribers,
3) A few personal ideas about national laws. (Point 1 and 2, in a non-technical way, give an idea of what it is about.)
I hope to hear from you about what the ICC will do against the unspeakable crimes against humanity that are being perpetrated at a distance by technical means.
Declaration of Concerned Citizens
In several countries of the world individuals and associations are denouncing what they consider to be chilling crimes against humanity. They assert that in the course of the last decades secret military services and the like have been developing technologies allowing to submit individuals and groups to a variety of harmful waves/energies. In this way unwilling and mostly unwitting victims are said to be spied on, to be manipulated, damaged in their health and as human beings, tortured and possibly assassinated. As practices contrary to all principles of the constitutional state cannot be considered state secrecies, we believe that there is an urgent necessity:
1) to examine in a serious and persevering way in how far these technologies really exist;
2) to forbid them by law;
3) to apply penal law and to make possible the application of civil law to those who misused them in a criminal way ;
4) to put all scientific research in this field under severe surveillance of the constitutional state, i.e. to submit it to strict legal conditions.
Addendum of 2007
We shall send the above Declaration to :
1) the Conference on Non-Lethal Weapons in Ettlingen (Germany) that takes place from May 21 to May 23, 2007;
2) the Commissions on Human Rights and Public Security of the European Parliament, asking them to work on Par. 27 of Resolution A40005/1999 that runs as follows : “(the E.P.) calls for an international convention introducing a global ban on all developments and deployments of weapons which might enable any form of manipulation of human beings”;
3) the Council on Human Rights of the U.N.O.;
4) the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court;
5) national Ministers of Justice, asking them to propose a law that would make severely punishable all torturing/manipulating of innocent civilians (or of prisoners) by invisible energies.