The New Phoenix Program–Film on the Use of Microwave & Slow Kill Weapons on U.S. Citizens

CointelPro type operations are presently being incorporated into the development of microwave weapons. INSCOM is perfecting nonlethal microwave weapons and at the same time neutralizing potential enemies by enfolding all the previous illegal government operations into one program as a force multiplier. The legacy of half a million US citizens used as human guinea pigs in nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons experiments during the Cold War as well as CointelPro and MKULTRA crimes against humanity lives on today. Dissidents that in the past were visibly attacked or assassinated in a traditional manner are now targeted for elimination using electromagnetic weapons. The targets of nonlethal microwave weapons fit a common profile similar to the targets of previous illegal government programs. People with a history of political activism or whistleblowers are used as human guinea pigs and experimental subjects in terminal experiments that are designed to force suicide, incarceration, or premature death due to the effects of non-ionizing radiation. These political assassinations are accomplished with technology that often leaves no obvious injuries. The theme of forced suicide has remained constant. What is different is that driving a target to suicide using microwave weapons is perfectly deniable because these individuals are tormented invisibly. The intelligence agencies have achieved perfect deniability for their crimes.

Film about microwave weapons war crimes and crimes against humanity. The victims tell their story of being tortured mercilessly with state of the art anti-personnel weapons.

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