Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) December 10, 2010
For those who may have been silently suffering from the effects of organized stalking and remote electronic attacks, help could soon be on the way. A new billboard sponsored by several Wisconsin and Michigan human rights activists, led by Kenneth Rhoades of Michigan and Lisa Becker of Milwaukee, has appeared for the first time this week in Milwaukee on I-94 at the Ryan Road exit. The design depicts a pair of sinister eyes that lurk beneath big letters declaring “Big Brother is Watching You!” And just beneath the eyes are words that state "electronic harassment = torture."
Electronic harassment refers to types of devices that remotely deliver frequencies which can produce a variety of ill effects on the human mind and body, such as pain, pin pricks, disorientation, nausea, irregular heartbeat, strokes, cancers, synthetic telepathy (hearing human voices in the mind), and much more. “Raising public awareness, such as the use of billboards and other avenues, is the most important way victims can fight back against the remote assaults, which appear to be the work of rogue elements of US military and intelligence agencies,” says FFCHS board member, Max Williams.
Freedom From Covert Harassment and Surveillance (FFCHS), the human rights organization that Rhoades and Becker are working with, addresses the deployment of technologies covertly being unleashed upon unsuspecting members of today's society and the stalking activity that sometimes accompanies them. "There are over 1000 people nationwide associated with our organization who have found that they are victims of organized stalking and mind and body-invasive technologies. The application of these harassment techniques can significantly degrade a person's mental and physical condition," says its president, Derrick Robinson.
In October, FFCHS sent dozens of affidavits to the Department of Justice seeking help for targeted individuals as the FBI has consistently refused to investigate claims of abuse by these weapons systems. This route proved non-productive as well, so FFCHS is now appealing to Congress.
Domestic surveillance and remote torture are everyday realities for many thousands of people in this country. It is now up to Congress to finally hear the requests of remote electronic torture victims.