Eric R. Naeslund The Human Brain Project HD


Cybernetics and bio telemetry. Experiments on human beings. The State using individuals for medical experimentation and developing brain control systems with implants and supercomputers able to control large populations and individuals. The perfect tool to create the state within the state.

This is a lecture by R. Naeslund in Stockholm Sweden about the Human Brain Proejct that is still going on today in Sweden in the US.

D.O.P.E. ft Twice: I’m a Machine (Like a robot)


One of the first songs about what micro chipping & trans-humanism does to people. Please share.

“As soon as you have the microchip in you, your life is no longer in your own hands. It is not in the hands of your biology, fate, destiny, god or your own. It’s in the hands of a human being, controlling a computer. Transhumanists and other enthusiasts, claim that the chip will enhance your abilities, ignoring the bad aspects of this technology, which can create computer-controlled slaves. ”

Carmen or Twice, says.

Ethical Aspects of ICT Implants in the Human Body, EGE – Capurro and Mindcontrol.se


In this slideshow, Rafael Capurro, member of EGE, European Group on Ethics, goes a step further and remarks that there are people that are unjustly affected by this technology. On page 38-41, Capurro presents Mindcontrol.se, Magnus Olsson’s page about Targeted Individuals, the Ethics, and Mind Control issues of today, for medical and neurological research.
wollongong

wollongong.ppt

Originally posted HERE:http://targeted-individuals-europe.com/index.php/ethical-aspects-of-ict-implants-1

Survival Strategies


Targeted Individuals might at first think that there are limited ways in which they could survive or cope with the targeting and it’s effects. But as time goes by, each and every TI will find the strategy that works. Often, these strategies will reduce the perpetrator’s power and empower the TI. There are millions of websites stating many things. What is stated below is a list of “survival strategies” that most TIs agree upon.

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