Electronic Harassment&Community Terrorism by Organized Networks
The Problem of Electronic Harassment — a Presentation by Dr. Matthew Aaron.
This is the full version of the presentation that Dr. Matthew Aaron gave at the 1st Annual Unity & Hope Conference for Targeted Individuals in Boston, MA, Oct. 21, 2017. Dr. Aaron’s talk considers electronic harassment, an atrocious crime that can manifest itself as a within-community form of high-tech terrorism.
Electronic harassment (EH) involves the use of energy-emitting devices to inflict discomfort and pain, and sometimes, severe physiological effects on targeted individuals (TIs). EH can be carried out by a single perpetrator, acting alone. However, like organized stalking (OS), EH tends to relentlessly follow a victim, so it seems to be generally carried out by an organized group of perpetrators, who conspire to single out and harm their targeted victim. There is a large degree of consensus in the TI Community that EH is facilitated by two types of enabling technologies: directed-energy weapons (DEWs) and through-the-wall surveillance (TWS) technology.
Dr. Aaron’s presentation is organized into four parts: (1) possible technologies, criminal actors, and motives behind EH; (2) bio-effects of EH; (3) costs to society of EH, economic and otherwise; (4) key issues related to how we might start counteracting this new crime.
Part 1 highlights include: Review of so-called sonic attacks on U.S. and Canadian diplomats in Cuba; and summary (and photos) of alleged black-market drywall with embedded EM transmission medium / waveguide system, which is allegedly used for painful and debilitating microwave attacks in hotel rooms and rental apartments in Vancouver, BC, Canada (this illegal material was encountered in: Apt. 1501 at 1189 Howe Street; Room 2209 of the Coast Plaza Hotel & Suites, 1763 Comox Street; and the apartment of a Maison d’Etre employee living in Hornby Court Apts., 1330 Hornby Street). Part 1 also shows the likely organizational structure of an OS/EH network, and a conceptual map of the growth and interconnections of local and regional organized crime groups involved in OS/EH.
Part 2: List of most often-reported bio-effects of EH, indicating alleged bio-effects with and without support from the biomedical literature; photos of 12 different radio wave/microwave injuries (on 7 different victims), including burns, bruises, inflammation, swelling, and apparent connective tissue damage; photos of perpetrators / domestic terrorists in 1190 Hornby Street (members of the Vancouver Microwave Terror Organization); details of 2 directed-energy attacks (from a large, witnessed beam weapon – likely a high-power microwave generator) into 1501-1189 Howe Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada on December 20, 2015, showing schematic of beam cross-section after-image burned into victim’s visual field and waveguide impressions dielectrically flash-burned and frozen into solarium window; scientific explanation of the microwave auditory effect and V2K; scientific hypothesis for visual perceptual effects from harassment with modulated radio frequency energy; and scientifically based discussion of why EH is not capable of remotely injecting thoughts directly into the mind, or extracting thoughts from the mind.
Part 3: Discussion of the general costs to society imposed by OS/EH. These include: lost work productivity and ruined careers; destabilized families; huge cost of suicides; tremendous costs of racketeering activities facilitated by OS/EH; costs to taxpayers of unnecessary psychiatric holds; lost confidence in police, healthcare, and government; opening of a gateway to pervasive corruption; subversion of the rule of law and the Constitution; and the tacit endorsement of sadistic, criminal behavior, and violence.
Part 4: The biggest hurdles on the road to exposure and justice are: the failure of modern psychiatry in relation to the rapid expansion of technology; the lack of traditional types of forensic evidence; the intrinsic double-sided deniability of directed-energy assaults; and the complexities and nuances of the “wicked problem” that EH has become. Dr. Aaron explores these important issues. He encourages government to take swift and decisive action to counteract this problem (or pay the much greater cost of addressing the problem down the road). Organized stalking and electronic harassment pose existential threats to the rule of law and even the security and stability of modern democratic countries. The only viable solution is deterrence. After introducing Glendon Scott Crawford (KKK member) and Eric J. Feight, who were sentenced to federal prison for trying to build a DEW from an industrial-grade X-ray machine, Dr. Aaron discusses how OS/EH will never slow down, unless the criminal leaders and orchestrating perpetrators know the threat of extreme criminal penalties (lengthy prison sentences and forfeiture of assets). Strong counter-action like this will serve as an effective deterrence for would-be perpetrators.