The Secret Arms Threaten the World Democracy

January 11, 2002

From: Mojmir Babacek

In December 1997 nine states of the Union of Independent States addressed Organization of United Nations, OBSE and the states of the Interparliamentary Union with the proposal to place on the agenda of the General Assembly of the Organization of United Nations the preparation and conclusion of an international convention "On Prevention of Informational Wars and Limitation of Circulation of Informational Weapons".

A year later, on January 28, 1999 the European Parliament passed a resolution On Ecology, Security and Foreign Affairs, where in item 27 "calls for an international convention introducing global ban on all developments and deployment of weapons which might enable any form of manipulation of human beings." The obvious way to effect those calls would be the enactment of laws, in all the states, which would prohibit the use of such weapons.

On September 9, 2000 the Russian president Vladimir Putin approved of the "Doctrine of the Informational Security of the Russian Federation". In this doctrine, among the dangers threatening the informational security of Russia, ther is listed "the threat to the constitutional rights and freedoms of people and citizens in the sphere of spiritual life. individual, group and societal consciousness" and "illegal use of special means affecting individual, group and societal consciousness".

Among the major directions of the international cooperation toward the guaranteeing of the informational security is listed "the ban of production, dissemination and use of 'informational weapons' ". Those definitions are rather unclear to convince anyone that the remote control of human psyche is feasible.

However according to the article of the Russian newspaper Segodnya (February 11,2000) in 1996 the leadership of the Russian governmental information agency FAPSI reported that the effects of the use of informational weapons is comparable to the effects of the use of the weapon of mass destruction.

In 1999 the Russian politician Vladimir Lopatin (a Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation at present time) together with Vladimir Tsygankov (a Russian scientist
working for over thirty years on the development of neurocomputers) published a book "Psychotronic Weapons and the Security of Russia" (publishing house SINTEG, Moscow, Russian Federation, ISBN 5-89638-006-2-A5-2000-30). In the book they propose as a principle of the Russian defense conception in the area of remote influence on human mind to admit this possibility as a fact, as well as the fact that this influence can be not only local, but global as well and to admit "the realistic feasibility of informational psychotronic war (which as a matter of fact is actually taking place without declaration of war) and the feasibility of application of power by means of psychotronic weapon." For that matter they propose the declassification of all works on this technology and warn that as a result of the classification the arms race is speeding up and that only if the declassification is enacted the psychotronic war can be prevented.

The authors list among the possible sources of remote influence on human psyche the "generators of physical fields" "of known as well as unknown nature". Among the greatest dangers for human psyche they define "the blocking of the freedom of will of human being on subliminal level" "instillation on the conscious or subconscious level, into the human psyche, of the information which will cause faulty perception of reality" (The source of this information is defined in the note 3: "Lopatin. V.N. Legislative Problems of Guaranteeing Informational-Psychological Security of Personality - verbatim record of the round table in the Council of the Federation FS of the Russian Federation on informational-psychological security of personality, 27th of January, 1995"). The authors also inform that since the seventies the research projects are under development in the best laboratories of the whole world: in the USA, Russia, Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Japan, Israel, China etc. Vladimir Lopatin certainly can not be considered an uninitiated layman staying outside of the loop of events. Already in 1990 he served as a chairman of the Subcommittee for Military Reform of the Supreme Soviet's Committee for the Issues of Defense and State Security in the USSR. In 1995 he was appointed as a chairman of a Russian State Duma Committee which should draft a law "On Security of the Individual" which, among others should impose "state controls on all equipment in private hands which can be used as "psychotronic weaponry" " (The Moscow Times, July 11, 1995, Owen Matthews: "Soviets Used Top-Secret "Psychotronic" Weapons") . As well it was the very same man, who, in 1996 formed , in the Russian State Duma, the original initiative which translated into the initiative of the Union of Independent States at the Organization of United Nations, mentioned above. And again it was Vladimir Lopatin, who presented to the Russian State Duma the draft of the law "On Informational-Psychological Security of the Russian Federation" which was evidently predrafted in the book we are quoting.

On February 11, 2000, in the Russian newspaper Segodnya was published an article entitled "The Riders of Psychotronic Apocalypse" (by Andrei Soldatov) where it quotes
the Lopatin's draft of the law: "the mysterious means of informational-psychological influence are capable not only to induce the health problems, but as well cause "the blocking of freedom of will of human being on subliminal level, the loss of ability of political, cultural and other selfidentification of human being, the manipulation of the societal consciousness" and even "destruction of united informational and spiritual space of Russia". The newspaper wrote that this draft of the law, after the two previous drafts of laws on the same subject by other authors, has got a good chance to be passed. However in the conclusion of the article the author notes that secret services declined to comment on the chances of the draft to be passed though one of their colleagues took part in the preparation of the draft.

What is the reason why the Russian Doctrine of Informational Security does not contain the declassification of the "informational weapon"? Did the Russian secret services oppose it? It is questionable, since if Vladimir Lopatin wrote his book without their, at least, informed consent, he could not be the Prosecutor General in Russia at present time. The idea that the Union of Independent States did not find understanding enough among the other states owning this technology sounds much more realistic. It would certainly threaten the security of the Russian state if they prohibited the military equipment which other states could use against them. The newspaper Segodnya quotes the Russian governmental information agency FAPSI as informing that, in the last fifteen years, the U.S. expenses on the development and acquisition of the means of informational war grew four times and at present time they occupy the first place among all military programs.

Of course this budget pertains to many weapons meant to put out of order the enemies electronic and informational systems, but is not a man an informational system? Vladimir Lopatin and V. Cygankov, in their book, write "In the USA the devices and methods were created capable to introduce into the subconsciousness of a man the information needed to make the man execute the orders which were introduced there. Those are new man and computer complexes and their objective is the control of the intellect". As well, in the book, there is a description of German devices: "construction of special generators of biofields under the direction of professor V. PESCHKE and research of their influence at the change of character of the personality of human being (the city of Stuttgart, Germany )".

Among the Russian devices we will name the generator "Radioson" (Radiosleep). The documents  pertaining to this generator were obtained by the citizen's comission "Phenomenon", established by the Russian newspaper Trud. With the help of the colonel general of the Soviet Air Force Vladimir Nikitovitch Abramov and twice heroe of the USSR, marshall of the Air Force Ievgenii Iakovlevitch Savitski several documents were found. On January 31, 1974 this generator was registrated by the Government Comittee of the USSR on the Matters of Inventions and Discoveries under the description "Method of Inducing the Artificial Sleep by Means of Radiowaves". Another document was found in the Labortatory of Bioelectronics of the Institute of Radioelectronics of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR.

It states: "Effects on biological objects by means of electric and electromagnetic pulses. In 1973, in the military unit 71592, in the city of Novosibirsk, the first installation of "Radioson " was created and preliminary approbation was carried out. The positive results were received during the tests with the military unit." This information was published in the book by G. Gurtovoi and I. Vinokurov: "Psychotronic War, from Myths to Reality"(publisher: the Society for Learning of Sercets and Mysteries of the Earth, "Mysteries", Moscow 1993.) and confirmed in the book by V. Lopatin and V. Tsygankov.

The authors of the book "Psychotronic War, from Myths to Reality" publish as well the information they obtained, together with the journalist from the newspaper Trud, from one of the authors of the invention who declined to publish his last name. According to Ivan Antonovitsch several succesfull experiments were carried out on the authors of the invention as well as on the volunteers among the soldiers, the calculation of the authors of the invention proved that with the generator Radioson a city with the area of 100 square kilometers could be made asleep. Ivan Antonovitsch also claims that contemporary technology makes it feasible to place such a generator on the satellite and affect still larger areas while the effects may vary on a large scale - from artificial sleep until the complete regenaration of all the cells inside of the human organism.

It is important to state that this is not only the electromagnetic energy which can be used to manipulate human psyche. V. Lopatin and V. Tsygankov dedicated a large portion of their book to the explanation of "torsion fields" which can be used for the manipulation of human psyche with still greater ease since those fields propagate in the nature without obstacles. The American military researcher, nuclear physicist Tom Bearden, ascribes the same effects to "scalar fields" in the interview for the magazine Megabrain Report.

The preliminary draft of the law published in the book by V. Lopatin and V. Cygankov counts with the verification of the complaints of citizens who claim to have fallen victims to the experiments with psychotronic or informational weapons and their compensation in the court trials. In this way the authors indirectly admit that the experiments on unwitting citizens are actually taking place in the Russian Federation. Other Russian authors, G. Gurtovoi and I. Vinokurov (V. Lopatin and V. Tsygankov write in their book that those two men carry out "a research full of initiative in the area of psychotronic weapon") wrote, in the book "Psychotronic War, from Myths to Reality", that Russian newspapers and courts receive thousands of letters and complaints from people who claim that they have fallen victims to the experiments with psychotronic weapons.

According to the information from the American organization CAHRA (Citizens Against Human Rights Abuse) there are at least 1700 such people in the USA. According to the information of the respected Czech psychiatrist, expert on schizophrenia, dr. Baudys there could be no more than 3 people complaining that their mind is subjected to the remote control by secret services in the Czech Republic (10 millions of inhabitants). Projected to the population of the USA or Russia this number should not be higher than 80 people. We recommend that you verify dr. Baudys figure with the psychiatrist in some country not known to experiment with mind control technology on people (Poland, Norway, Greece, Iceland). In the USA several court trials took place where people, in vain, tried to stop those alleged mind control experiments ("alleged" since so far there is no law in the USA, or any other country, which would admit the existence of the evidence of the use of the mind control technology that could be presented in the trial). As well in other developed countries (Great Brittain, France, Netherlands, Australia, Germany etc.) the numbers of alleged victims of those experiments are constantly growing. This is what V. Lopatin writes on this subject: classification "this is in the first place the way to secure the cruel control of people. the way to curtail their creativity, turn them into biorobots".

As follows from this text, at present time only the pressure of the informed world general public may result in a legislation providing a verifiable ban of the use of technical means of manipulation of human psyche which is in sharp contrast with the rights and freedoms guaranteed to the citizens of democratic countries by their constitutions.

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