The Required White House Response on Marijuana

Posted on July 30, 2014. Filed under: Cannabis/Marijuana, Federal Government, Marijuana & the Law | Tags: , , , |


 

 

 

By David Firestone, New York Times – Tuesday, July 29 2014

When the White House issued a statement last night saying that marijuana should remain illegal — responding to our pro-legalization editorial series — officials there weren’t just expressing an opinion. They were following the law. The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy is required by statute to oppose all efforts to legalize any banned drug.

It’s one of the most anti-scientific, know-nothing provisions in any federal law, but it remains an active imposition on every White House. The “drug czar,” as the director of the drug control policy office is informally known, must “take such actions as necessary to oppose any attempt to legalize the use of a substance” that’s listed on Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act and has no “approved” medical use.

Marijuana fits that description, as do heroin and LSD. But unlike those far more dangerous drugs, marijuana has medical benefits that are widely known and are now officially recognized in 35 states. The drug czar, though, isn’t allowed to recognize them, and whenever any member of Congress tries to change that, the White House office is required to stand up and block the effort. It cannot allow any federal study that might demonstrate the rapidly changing medical consensus on marijuana’s benefits and its relative lack of harm compared to alcohol and tobacco.

“It’s a complete Catch-22,” said Representative Steve Cohen, Democrat of Tennessee, who has introduced legislation to change the requirement. “They should be giving Congress and the American people the benefit of the latest research, and yet by statute, they’re prohibited from doing so. They have no choice but to say they’re against it. Joseph Heller should be working there.”

- Read the entire article at New York Times.

SOURCE: Cannabis Culture

 

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Brave New World: Even the UN is open to drug decriminalisation

Posted on July 26, 2014. Filed under: Marijuana & the Law, United Nations | Tags: , , |


By Ian Dunt Friday, 25 July 2014 11:17 AM

 

 

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The body set up to enforce the world’s drugs laws has admitted decriminalisation is an "alternative" to prohibition.

The story is unlikely to garner many headlines but this is brave new world territory. It’s the global equivalent of a town sheriff telling his officers not to put people in jail for taking drugs anymore.

The funny thing is, it happened ages ago and we didn’t even notice.

It’s in the 2007 report of the UN’s International Narcotics Control Board (INCB), a deeply reactionary and aggressive body which polices nation states’ obedience to the 1961 Single Convention banning recreational drugs. Transform’s Danny Kushlick was going through it the other day when he noticed something remarkable. It says there is no need to send anyone to jail for the "possession, purchase or cultivation" of recreational drugs.

Here’s the quote in full, from section B18:

"The conventions differentiate sharply between offences related to drug trafficking and offences related to personal use of illicit drugs and between offences committed by drug abusers and those committed by others.

"Under the 1988 Convention, drug abusers who commit offences may be required to undergo treatment, education, aftercare, rehabilitation or social reintegration, in addition to being convicted or punished, providing that the facts and circumstances surrounding the commission of the offence indicate it to be an offence of a minor nature.

"However, with offences involving the possession, purchase or cultivation of illicit drugs for the offender’s personal use, the measures can be applied as complete alternatives to conviction and punishment, and none of the convention obligations referred to in paragraphs 15-17 above apply to such offences.

"As such, the conventions recognize that, to be truly effective, a State’s response to offences by drug abusers must address both the offences and the abuse of drugs (the underlying cause)."

As Kushlick wrote to me:

"It’s weird on two fronts:

"1) That they said it and

"2) That no one had noticed it before

"I feel a bit like I walked through the looking glass…"

It’s important to note where the board stops. It is not supportive of legalisation. In fact when Uruguay legalised cannabis, it bullied it with a statement warning about the impact on the country’s "public health and well being".

It added, with a trace of malevolence:

"INCB looks forward to maintaining an ongoing dialogue with all countries, including those where such misguided initiatives are being pursued, with a view to ensuring the full implementation of the convention and protecting public health."

Bu the fact that this organisation is open to decriminalisation is an astonishing benchmark for the drug reform movement. Apparently, even the most die-hard prohibitionists are starting to recognise the evidence of decades of failure. As Kushlick said: "UK politicians must follow the numerous countries that have decriminalised, to vastly greater success, rather than those that continue to criminalise users and small-scale growers."

Fittingly, the comment has been discovered just after the UN’s leading health agency, the World Health Organisation (WHO), effectively called on countries to end the criminalisation of narcotics. The WHO has worked hand-in hand-with the INCB to aggressively push for the blanket ban on recreational drugs on the world stage.

Now, after countless deaths and ruined lives, it has changed its tune.

A report earlier this month on HIV among vulnerable people – like gay men, drug injectors, prisoners and sex workers – suggested countries end the criminalisation of injection and certainly stop sending people to jail for it.

"Countries should work toward developing policies and laws that decriminalise injection and other use of drugs and, thereby, reduce incarceration," it said.

It also called for countries to decriminalise programmes which provide clean needles and syringes and encouraged opiate substitution treatment for people who are dependant. Finally, it said countries should ban compulsory treatment for people who use and/or inject drugs.

The recommendations were in relation to HIV and drug injection, but you can see how the priority is being placed on public health rather than criminal justice. This is the balance of priorities which drug reform advocates have been demanding for decades: a focus on saving life rather than punishing it.

The ramifications of that advice go well beyond injection. It’s unthinkable that someone offering that advice would suggest sending a cannabis smoker to jail, for instance.

With intellectual changes of this magnitude taking place at a global level, there’s a growing sense that we’re approaching critical mass. Soon even the most studiously ignorant national government – like ours, for instance – will need to take note.

It’s a brave new world. And we’ve been in it since 2007, apparently.

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CANNASTOCK FESTIVAL, Democrat, Ky

Posted on July 15, 2014. Filed under: Activists, EVENTS |


Cannastock 2014 will be held on Loves Branch (a no outlet back road) in Democrat Ky.

A person can get directions by clicking on the get directions on the event page, where the event location is provided with a map. You can also use Loves Branch Rd Whitesburg Ky, or Loves Branch Rd Democrat Ky, for GPS navigations. You can also click the location on this post as well. If you still have any difficulty, pm me, or comment here you need assistance.
Below will be some turn by turn directions from Hal Rogers Parkway, starting right before Hazard Ky.
We are taking Cannastock off the grid!!! A true backwoods hoedown, and I’m loving it, can’t wait for it to get here ,’-) pPp Aihoooooooo

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Hal Rogers Pkwy before Hazard Ky, to
Loves Branch, Democrat Ky 33.6 mi

1.
Head east on KY-9006 E
0.5 mi

2.
Take exit 56 for KY-451
0.2 mi

3.
Turn right onto KY-451 S
3.9 mi

4.
Turn left onto KY-451 Connector
0.2 mi

5.
Turn right onto Johnny Cox All-American Dr
0.7 mi

6.
Take the 1st right onto KY-15 S
16.5 mi

7.
Turn left onto KY-160 N
2.5 mi

8.
Turn right onto State Hwy 1410/Burgeys Creek Rd
Continue to follow State Hwy 1410
6.2 mi

9.
Turn left onto KY-7 N
2.8 mi

Turn left onto Loves Branch Rd
1.1 mi

Cannastock at Loves Branch ,’-) Aihooooooooooo

Event link below
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I RECEIVED THIS AS A COMMENT ON THE KY BLOG FROM SOMEONE NAMED "J" WHO SHALL REMAIN ANONYMOUS HERE:

Posted on July 7, 2014. Filed under: Federal Government, Healthcare, Mental Health, NSA, DHS, FBI, Cyber Security, Spying, Opinions, Patients, Political, Psychoactives, US Health Care, War and Order, WTF! | Tags: , , , , , , , |


I RECEIVED THIS AS A COMMENT ON THE KY BLOG FROM SOMEONE NAMED "J" WHO SHALL REMAIN ANONYMOUS HERE:

HERE IS THE LINK TO THE ARTICLE ON THE BLOG   http://usmjparty.wordpress.com/2014/07/01/facebook-totally-screwed-with-a-bunch-of-people-in-the-name-of-science/

BELOW IS HIS REPLY TO IT:

http://usmjparty.wordpress.com/2014/07/01/facebook-totally-screwed-with-a-bunch-of-people-in-the-name-of-science/#comments

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The State of Unclassified and Commercial Technology Capable of Some Electronic Mind Control Effects

Eleanor White, P.Eng. April 4, 2000 http://www.raven1.net/uncom.htm ..or.. http://www.bestnet.org/~raven1/uncom.htm

To help the reader appreciate the importance of this matter…

“We need a program of psychosurgery and political control of our society. The purpose is physical control of the mind. Everyone who deviates from the given norm can be surgically mutilated.  “The individual may think that the most important reality is his own existence, but this is only his personal point of view. This lacks historical perspective.

“Man does not have the right to develop his own mind. This kind of liberal orientation has great appeal. We must electrically control the brain. Someday armies and generals will be controlled by electrical stimulation of the brain.”

Dr. Jose Delgado (MKULTRA experimenter who demonstrated a radio- controlled bull on CNN in1985) Director of Neuropsychiatry, Yale University Medical School

Congressional Record No. 26, Vol. 118, February 24, 1974

Monkeys in restraint, wires coming out of top of skull, left image “normal”, right image with electric current being fed into the monkey’s brain – note pupil sizes and clenched teeth! These images portray Dr. Delgado’s ruthless disregard for life, pain, and suffering!

CONTENTS

This document is organized so that a narrative article appears at the top, followed by appendices.

– BLACK = NARRATIVE ARTICLE

– BLUE = APPENDICES

I. LIMITATIONS… 3

II. INTRODUCTION…3

III. III. MIND CONTROL EFFECTS…4

IV. IV. MAJOR TECHNOLOGY CLASSES… 9

V. V. PULSED MICROWAVE……12

VI. VI. ULTRASOUND AND VOICE-FM… 15

VII. VII. THROUGH-WALL RADAR…19

VIII. VIII. THOUGHT READING…21

IX. IX. IMPLANTS…23

X. CONCLUSION… 25

XI. APPENDICES…27

PM1…..THE LIDA MACHINE……28

PM2…..DR. ALLAN FREY’S PAPER…… 32

PM3…..NASA ARTICLE…… 43

PM4…..SCIENCE & ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES/KOHN’S PROJECTS… 46

PM5…..BIOLOGICAL AMPLIFICATION (OF EM SIGNALS)…48

PM6…..DR. DON R. JUSTESEN’S REPORT: 1974 VOICE TO SKULL SUCCESS……. 52

PM7…..U.S. GOVT DOCUMENT RE: RUSSIAN MIND CONTROL… 54

PM8…..OAK RIDGE LABS AND OTHER BULLETINS…58

US1…..SILENT SOUND, BRITISH ITV & NEXUS MAGAZINE… 64

US2…..U/SONIC MIND CONTROL COMMON, UNCLASSIFIED, MENSA EDITOR FINDS… 76

US3…..U/SONIC U.S. ARMY WEAPONS DEVELOPMENT PROJECT…… 87

US4….SILENT HYPNOSIS, VOICE-FM COMMERCIAL METHOD… 88

US5….”ACOUSTIC SPOTLIGHT”, CAN TARGET ONE PERSON IN CROWD… 92

TWR1…THE LADS DEVICE…100

TWR2…THE RADAR FLASHLIGHT…. 102

TWR3…MILLIVISION THRU-CLOTHING/WALL RADAR… 103

TWR4…GROUND [**OR HOME/APT WALL**] PENETRATING RADAR… 104

TR1…COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE THOUGHT- READING DEVICES… 108

TR2…IMPLANTED RATS CAN CONTROL DEVICES WITH THOUGHT… 112

TR3…..THOUGHT READING BY RADIO SIGNAL…. 114

TR4…..ELECTRONICS SEES WHAT A CAT SEES… 117

TR5….MIND SWITCH – THINK APPLIANCES ON, OFF, OR ADJUST… 120

IMP1….PROMOTION OF HUMAN IMPLANTATION  BY NIH… 123

IMP2….ITALIAN DOCTOR REPORTS HUMAN IMPLANTATION… 126

IMP3….IMPLANT TRANSMITS PHYSIO- AND PSYCHO- PARAMETERS BY RADIO… 127

IMP4….DR JOSE DELGADO’S “STIMOCEIVER”/HUMAN IMPLANT EXPERIMENTS…… 130

IMP5….UNCLASSIFIED SATELLITE TRACKING HUMAN IMPLANT SYSTEM…. 134

PS……POSTSCRIPT…136

I. LIMITATIONS

The author acknowledges that this article falls short of a rigorous academic paper. This is explained by the fact that all involuntary neuro-electromagnetic experimentees are kept in a sort of “barely alive” condition, with significant health problems, and either unable to work or just barely able to hold a job with limited earning potential. Furthermore, since the perpetrators constantly work to prevent the public from knowing anything about electronic mind control, evidence is obtainable with great difficulty, and often the only evidence is of lower quality than would be accepted for a scientific treatise. In short, everything in this article represents a struggle against immense odds. We ask readers to understand this and hope that those who are not under electronic attack and surveillance will try through independent channels to find better quality proof.

II. INTRODUCTION

Electronic mind control technology had its start in the 1950s, as an obscure branch of the CIA’s MKULTRA project group. Just as organized crime is not stopped by hearings and court cases, neither did this originally obscure branch of MKULTRA activity, when the institutional/ drug/child abuse phases were exposed by the U.S.

Senate’s Church- Inouye hearings in the late 1970s. No criminal proceedings followed, and only two civil law suits (Orlikow and Bonacci) have succeeded. This assembly of unclassified and commercial literature is to show investigators and concerned citizens that in spite of the tightest possible information blackout imposed in the early 1970s, enough of the classified mind control technology has leaked out to show that significant classified accomplishments are overwhelmingly likely, and in need of disclosure, here at the end of the 20th century. It is hoped that government and media, who have shied away from this topic for decades, preferring the warm fuzzy feelings that “this can’t be true”, will read about the unclassified and commercial devices and understand the implications of continued turning the other way.

III. MIND CONTROL EFFECTS

Since government-backed electronic mind control is classified at the highest levels in all technologically capable governments, the description of effects is taken from the personal experiences of over 300 known involuntary experimentees. The experimentees without exception report that once the “testing” begins, the classified experiment specification apparently requires that the “testing” be continued for life. Many are young seniors, some in their 70s and 80s. Some have children and the children are often subjected to the same “testing” as their parent(s). The effects pattern: 

This article is about unclassified/commercial technologies which can produce some of the effects of the classified equipment, not testimonials, but this much has become clear over time: – All “testing” consists of unique, carefully engineered-unprovable events to produce psychological stress in the victim. There are no events which do not fit that apparent purpose. – In every series of stress event type, ONE introductory event of very high energy/effect is staged. The obvious purpose is to be certain the victim KNOWS this is external harassment, and not just “bad luck”. From that time forward, the experimenters appear to apply “Pavlovian training” so that they can get the victim to “jump” (or react in some way) to the same effect at a tiny fraction of the initial “introductory” event. – This type of testing started during the Cold War, and shows every characteristic of being for military and intelligence psychological warfare purposes. 

This type of testing all points to CONTROL of the test subject. Endlessly repeated words generated inescapably within the skull are just one hypnosis-like experience. Given that CONTROL is the likely ultimate purpose, INVOLUNTARY test subjects become a necessity. Thus, the phenomenon of people apparently being chosen at random for this “work”. – Given a requirement for INVOLUNTARY test subjects, the ONLY group with the necessary funds and legal powers is GOVERNMENT. Private contractors are no doubt the main perpetrators to keep the “work” well covered, but without secret complicity of GOVERNMENT, this expensive, extensive, and illegal atrocity simply could not happen.

The effect types categorized:

Here is a list of most of the common effects. It is not exhaustive, but is intended to show the reader how the perpetrators’ pallette of stress effects is broken down. Indent levels are used to show categories and sub-categories:

1. Invasive At-a-Distance Body Effects (including mind)

a. Sleep deprivation and fatigue

i. Silent but instantaneous application of “electronic caffeine” signal, forces awake and keeps awake

ii. Loud noise from neighbours, usually synchronized to attempts to fall asleep 

iii.Precision-to-the-second “allowed sleep” and “forced awakening”; far too precise and repeated to be natural iv. Daytime “fatigue attacks”, can force the victim to sleep and/or weaken the muscles to the point of collapse 

b. Audible Voice to Skull (V2S)

i. Delivered by apparent at a distance radio signal

ii. Made to appear as emanating from thin air

iii.Voices or sound effects only the victim can hear

c. Inaudible Voice to Skull (Silent Sound)

i. Delivered by apparent at a distance radio signal; manifested by sudden urges to do something/go somewhere you would not otherwise want to; silent (ultrasonic) hypnosis presumed

ii. Programming hypnotic “triggers” – i.e. specific phrases or other cues which cause specific involuntary actions

d. Violent muscle triggering (flailing of limbs)

i. Leg or arm jerks to violently force awake and keep awake

ii. Whole body jerks, as if body had been hit by large jolt of electricity

iii.Violent shaking of body; seemingly as if on a vibrating surface but where surface is in reality not vibrating

e. Precision manipulation of body parts (slow, specific purpose)

i. Manipulation of hands, forced to synchronize with closed-eyes but FULLY AWAKE vision of previous day; very powerful and coercive, not a dream

ii. Slow bending almost 90 degrees BACKWARDS of one toe at a time or one finger at a time

iii. Direct at-a-distance control of breathing and vocal cords; including involuntary speech

iv. Spot blanking of memory, long and short term

f. Reading said-silently-to-self thoughts

i. Engineered skits where your thoughts are spoken to you by strangers on street or events requiring knowledge of what you were thinking

ii. Real time reading subvocalized words, as while the victim reads a book, and BROADCASTING those words to nearby people who form an amazed audience around the victim

g. Direct application of pain to body parts

i. Hot-needles-deep-in-flesh sensation

ii. Electric shocks (no wires whatsoever applied)

iii.Powerful and unquenchable itching, often applied precisely when victim attempts to do something to expose this “work”

iv. “Artificial fever”, sudden, no illness present

v. Sudden racing heartbeat, relaxed situation

h. Surveillance and tracking

i. Thru wall radar and rapping under your feet as you move about your apartment, on ceiling of apartment below

ii. Thru wall radar used to monitor starting and stopping of your urination – water below turned on and off in sync with your urine stream

iii. Loud, raucous artificial bird calls everywhere the victim goes, even into the wilderness

2. Invasive Physical Effects at a Distance, non-body

a. Stoppage of power to appliances (temporary, breaker ON)

b. Manipulation of appliance settings

c. Temporary failures that “fix themselves”

d. Flinging of objects, including non-metallic

e. Precision manipulation of switches and controls

f. Forced, obviously premature failure of appliance or parts

3. External Stress-Generating “Skits”

a. Participation of strangers, neighbours, and in some cases close friends and family members in harassment

i. Rudeness for no cause

ii. Tradesmen always have “problems”, block your car, etc.

iii. Purchases delayed, spoiled, or lost at a high rate

iv. Unusually loud music, noise, far beyond normal

b. Break-ins/sabotage at home

i. Shredding of clothing

ii. Destruction of furniture

iii. Petty theft

iv. Engineered failures of utilities

c. Sabotage at work

i. Repetitive damage to furniture

ii. Deletion/corruption of computer files

iii. Planting viruses which could not have come from your computer usage pattern

iv. Delivered goods delayed, spoiled, or lost at a high rate

v. Spreading of rumors, sabotage to your working reputation

vi. Direct sabotage and theft of completed work; tradesmen often involved and showing obvious pleasure Illustration of the bodily effects

IV. MAJOR TECHNOLOGY CLASSES

These technology classes are for the UNclassified and commercial equipment which can emulate the “real” classified mind control equipment. Effect section 2, “Invasive Physical Effects at-a-Distance”, clearly establishes the existence of remote precision manipulation of objects which is far beyond the capabilities of unclassified and commercial equipment at the time of writing.

REMOTE PHYSICAL MANIPULATION is not covered in this article, but the reader should know that both NASA and IEEE have noted successes in creating very small antigravity effects (which are not due to simple magnetism.)

TRANSMISSION METHODS FOR NEURO- EFFECTIVE SIGNALS:

– Pulsed microwave (i.e. like radar signals)

– ultrasound and voice-FM (transmitted through the air) While transmission of speech, dating from the early 1970s, was the first use of pulsed microwave, neuro- effective signals can now cause many other nerve groups to become remotely actuated. At time of writing, that technology appears to be classified.

PAVLOVIAN HYPNOTIC TRIGGERS:

A [Pavlovian] hypnotic trigger is a phrase or any other sensory cue which the victim is programmed to involuntarily act on in a certain way. The 50s-70s MKULTRA survivors can still be triggered from programming done decades ago. A name “Manchurian candidate”, from a novel by John Marks, is used to describe a person who carries Pavlovian triggers. One of the main goals of the institutional/drug/child abuse phases of the CIA MKULTRA atrocities (1950′s through 1970′s) was to implant triggers using a “twilight state” (half-conscious) medication and tape recorded hypnosis. The ultimate goal was to have the acting out of Pavlovian triggers erased from the victim’s memory. Using one of the two transmission methods above, these triggers are now planted using either of the above two transmission methods, but with the words moved up just above (or near the top of) the audible frequency range. The result is that hypnotic triggers are planted without the subject being aware. This technology was used in the Gulf War and has a name: “Silent Sound”

THROUGH-WALL SURVEILLANCE METHODS:

So-called “millimeter wave” scanning. This method uses the very top end of the microwave radio signal spectrum just below infra-red. To view small objects or people clearly, the highest frequency that will penetrate non- conductive or poorly- conductive walls is used. Millimeter wave scanning radar can be used in two modes:

– Passive (no signal radiated, uses background radiation already in the area to be scanned, totally UNdetectable)

– Active (low power millimeter wave “flashlight” attached to the scanner just as a conventional light mounted on a camcorder), or, the use of archaeological ground penetrating radar

THOUGHT READING:

Thought reading can be classed as a “through wall surveillance” technology. Thought reading, in the unclassified/commercial realm, can be broken down as follows:

– Thru-skull microwave reading

– Magnetic skull-proximity reading

BRAIN ENTRAINMENT:

The reverse of biofeedback. Those low frequency electrical brain rhythms which are characteristics of various moods and states of sleep can not only be read out using biofeedback equipment or EEG machines, but using radio, sound, contact electrodes, or flashing lights, the moods and sleep states can be generated or at least encouraged using brain entrainment devices. Brain entrainment signals cannot carry voice, which is a much higher frequency range. Brain entrainment can, however, be used to “set up” a target to make him/her more susceptible to hypnosis. These major technology classes can produce some of the observed mind control effects, FROM HIDING AND UNDETECTABLY, with the exception of remote physical manipulation. IMPLANTATION is sometimes used to assist the above technologies but with current devices, implants are no longer required. Diagram showing the overall method, based entirely on unclassified 1974 technology, of how SILENT hypnosis may be transmitted to a target without the target’s being aware. This technique is probably the most insidious, because it allows months and years of programming and Pavlovian trigger-setting, while the target cannot resist.

V. PULSED MICROWAVE

Pulsed microwave voice-to-skull (or other-sound-to-skull) transmission was discovered during World War II by radar technicians who found they could hear the buzz of the train of pulses being transmitted by radar equipment they were working on. This phenomenon has been studied extensively by Dr. Allan Frey, whose work has been published in a number of reference books. What Dr. Frey found was that single pulses of microwave could be heard by some people as “pops” or “clicks”, while a train of uniform pulses could be heard as a buzz, without benefit of any type of receiver. Dr. Frey also found that a wide range of frequencies, as low as 125 MHz (well below microwave) worked for some combination of pulse power and pulse width. Detailed unclassified studies mapped out those frequencies and pulse characteristics which are optimum for generation of “microwave hearing”. Very significantly, when discussing electronic mind control, is the fact that the PEAK PULSE POWER required is modest – something like 0.3 watts per square centimeter of skull surface, and this power level is only applied for a very small percentage of each pulse’s cycle time. 0.3 watts/sq cm is about what you get under a 250 watt heat lamp at a distance of one meter. It is not a lot of power. When you take into account that the pulse train is OFF (no signal) for most of each cycle, the average power is so low as to be nearly undetectable. Frequencies that act as voice-to-skull carriers are not single frequencies, as, for example TV or cell phone channels are. Each sensitive frequency is actually a range or “band” of frequencies. A technology used to reduce both interference and detection is called “spread spectrum”. Spread spectrum signals have the carrier frequency “hop” around within a specified band. Unless a receiver “knows” the hop schedule in advance, there is virtually no chance of receiving or detecting a coherent readable signal. Spectrum analyzers, used for detection, are receivers with a screen. A spread spectrum signal received on a spectrum analyzer appears as just more “static” or noise. My organization was delighted to find the actual method of the first successful UNclassified voice to skull experiment in1974, by Dr. Joseph C. Sharp, then at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. 

Dr. Sharp’s basic method is shown in Appendix PM6, below. A Frey- type audible pulse was transmitted every time the voice waveform passed down through the zero axis, a technique easily duplicated by

ham radio operators who build their own equipment. A pattern seems to be repeated where researchwhich could be used for mind control starts working, the UNclassified researchers lose funding,and in some cases their notes have been confiscated, and no further information on that research track is heard in the unclassified press. Pulsed microwave voice-to-skull research is one such track. 

Illustration showing the principle behind pulsed microwave voice-to-skull

Appended articles:

PM1 http://www.raven1.net/lida.htm, photo and description of the Korean War LIDA machine, a radio frequency

BRAIN ENTRAINMENT

device developed by Soviet Russia and used in the Korean War onallied prisoners of war. BRAIN ENTRAINMENT IS INCLUDED IN THE RADIO FREQUENCY SECTION BECAUSE THE MOST INSIDIOUS METHOD OF BRAIN ENTRAINMENT IS SILENTLY, USING RADIO SIGNALS.

PM2 http://www.raven1.net/frey.htm , Human Auditory System Response

To Modulated Electromagnetic Energy, Allan H. Frey, General Electric Advanced Electronics Center, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

PM3 http://www.raven1.net/v2s-nasa.htm , NASA technical report abstract stating that speech-to-skull is feasible 

PM4 http://www.raven1.net/v2s-kohn.htm , DOD/EPA small business initiative (SBIR) project to study the UNclassified use of voice-to- skull technology for military uses. (The recipient, Science and Engin- eering Associates, Albuquerque NM, would not provide me details on the telephone)

PM5 http://www.raven1.net/bioamp.htm , Excerpts,

Proceedings of Joint Symposium on Interactions of Electromagnetic Waves with Biological Systems, 22nd General Assembly of the International Union of Radio Science, Aug 25 – Sep 2, 1987, Tel Aviv, Israel SHOWS BIOLOGICAL AMPLIFICATION OF EM SIGNALS, pointing to relative ease with which neuro-electromagnetic signals can trigger effects

PM6 http://www.raven1.net/v2succes.htm , Excerpt,

Dr. Don R. Justesen, neuropsychological researcher, describes Dr. Joseph C. Sharp’s successful transmission of WORDS via a pulse-rate- modulated microwave transmitter of the Frey type.

PM7 http://www.raven1.net/russ.htm , FOIA article circulated among U.S. agencies describing the Russian TV program “Man and Law”, which gives a glimpse into the Russian mind control efforts.

(Dr. Igor Smirnov, a major player, was used as a consultant to the FBI at the Waco Branch Davidian standoff.)

VI. ULTRASOUND AND VOICE-FM

Ultrasound is vibration of the air, a liquid, or a solid, above the upper limit of human hearing which is roughly 15,000 Hz in adults. Voice-FM uses a tone at or near that upper limit, and the speaker’s voice VARIES the frequency slightly. Either a “tinnitus-like sound” or nothing is heard by the target. Ultrasound/voice-FM can be transmitted in these ways:

– Directly through the air using “air type transducers”

– Directly to the brain using a modulated microwave pulse train

– Through the air by piggybacking an ultrasound message on top of commercial radio or television

The use of commercial radio or television requires that the input signal at the transmitter be relatively powerful, since radio and TV receivers are not designed to pass on ultrasound messages. However, the average radio and TV receiver does not simply stop ultrasound, rather, the ability to pass ultrasound messages “rolls off”, i.e. degrades, as the frequency is increased. Today’s radios and TVs can carry enough ultrasound messaging to be “heard” by the human brain (though not the ear) to be effective in conveying hypnosis. This was proven by the U.S. military forces in the Gulf War.

Ultrasounds (and voice-FM’s) main advantage in mind control work is that it can carry VERBAL hypnosis, more potent than simple biorhythm entrainment. The brain CAN “hear” and understand this “inaudible voice”, while the ear cannot. Once you can convey hypnotic suggestion which cannot be consciously heard, you have eliminated a major barrier to the subject’s acceptance of the words being transmitted. In previous decades, “subliminal advertising” using voice and images at normal frequencies were “time sliced” into an apparently normal radio or TV broadcast. This apparently did not work well, and now voice-FM “subliminal learning tapes” commercially available have superseded the time slice method. Illustration showing the operation of “silent sound” with the human hearing system, using near-ultrasound, FREQUENCY MODULATED voice One method for projecting either audible voice or voice-FM over long distances, virtually undectable if line of sight, is the “acoustic heterodyne” or “HyperSonic Sound” system, patented by American Technologies Corporation, San Diego CA, http://www.atcsd.com Illustration showing the principle of an ultrasound projection system capable of true ventriloquism at a distance, by American Technologies Corporation (licensor), Akai Japan (licensee)

Appended articles:

US1 http://www.raven1.net/silsoun2.htm , ITV Silent Sound report with comments by Judy Wall, Editor, Resonance, newsletter of MENSA’s bioelectromagnetic special interest group.

US2 http://www.raven1.net/commsolo.htm , an article by Judy Wall outlining instances of UNclassified, openly-admitted- to, electronic mind control operations by government agencies.

US3 http://www.raven1.net/armyparw.htm , an SBIR (small business initiative contract) which clearly shows intent to use ultrasound as an anti-personnel weapon, including one-man portability and with power to kill.

US4 http://www.raven1.net/ssnz.htm , a commercial New Zealand company, Altered States Ltd., sells tapes which perform “suggestions” (i.e. hypnosis but not called such) using the Lowery patent voice-FM method, to hypnotize without the subject being aware. This is a key feature of neuro-electromagnetic involuntary experiments.

US5 http://www.raven1.net/acouspot.htm , a page originally from the MIT Media Lab’s acoustic engineer, Joseph Pompeii. Describes a similar technique under commercial and military development (American Technologies Corp., San Diego) under the trade name “Hypersonic Sound”. Shows that sound can be focused to the extent of targeting just one person in a crowd, acoustically, using ultrasound.

VII. THROUGH-WALL RADAR

When “millimeter wave” microwave signals are received, the waves are so small that they can display a two-dimensional outline of an object. Lower frequency radar can only show a “blip” which indicates an object’s presence or motion, but not its outline. A millimeter wave dish acts as a camera lens to focus incoming millimeter wave signals on to a plate with a two-dimensional array of elements sensitive to millimeter wave frequencies, in exactly the same way a camera focusses light on to a piece of film. Each of the sensitive elements is scanned in a definite order, just as with a TV camera and screen, and a picture showing the outline of an object is formed. If no signal is sent out by the scanner, it is called “passive” millimeter wave radar. If the subject is illuminated by a separate source of millimeter wave signals, it is an “active” scanner. Since passive systems can penetrate clothing and non-conductive walls UNDETECTABLY, it is obvious that with just a small millimeter wave “flashlight”, non-conductive walls can be scanned through and still very little detectable signal is present. Millimeter wave through-clothing, through-luggage is currently in use at airports. In addition to mind control experimental observation, millimeter wave scanners are ideal for stalkers and voyeurs, since the subject is portrayed in the nude. Millimeter wave scanners can be purchased from Millivision Corp., Northampton MA, info at http://www.millivision.com

Appended articles:

TWR1 http://www.raven1.net/lads.htm , LADS, Life Assessment Detector System, a product of VSE Corporation, can scan through more than a hundred feet of non-conductive or poorly- conductive material to detect a beating human heart

TWR2 http://www.raven1.net/nij_p44.htm , Prototype version of the “radar flashlight”, which is a more portable version of the LADS system above. Can also be used to illuminate a subject for use with a Millivision thru-clothing/thru-nonconductive wall scanner 

TWR3 http://www.raven1.net/millitec.htm , October 1995 blurb from Popular Mechanics, with photos showing hidden guns used for demo purposes (Millitech sold the rights to Millivision) 

TWR4 http://www.raven1.net/ptscradr.htm , March 22 text taken from Patriot Scientific Corporation’s web site, their ground-penetrating radar section. Patriot’s GPR overcomes the limitation of the Millivision passive radar, i.e. inability to penetrate partially conductive walls. 

VIII. THOUGHT READING

“Thought reading” appears to be one of the EASIER components of electronic mind control, given that commercial and unclassified thought reading devices are available and being actively developed. Thought reading is an enhanced version of computer speech recognition, with EEG waves being substituted for sound waves. The easiest “thought” reading is actually remote picking up of the electro- magnetic activity of the speech-control muscles. When we “say words to ourselves, silently”, or, read a book, we can actually FEEL the slight sensations of those words in our vocal muscles – all that is absent is the passage of air. Coordinated speech signals are relatively strong and relatively consistent. The other kind of “thought reading”, i.e. “MINING” someone’s brain for information from a distance is SPECULATIVE. We targetted individuals have no way to verify that is happening, however, we do know that we are “fed” hypnotic signals to force consistent “neutral” content (but of different character than prior to becoming test subjects,) DREAMS. These forced, neutral content (“bland” content) dreams occur every single night and may represent the experimenters’ efforts to have our experiences portray themselves in such dreams, in effect, MINING our experiences. Again, this is SPECULATION, but it seems very logical. 

Appendix TR4, referenced below, confirms the ability of current unclassified technology to actually see what a living animal sees, electronically. It is therefore extremely likely that these forced dreams can be displayed on the experimenters’ screens in an adjacent apartment or adjacent house, (which are made obvious to the involuntary experimentee.) Finally, among the 300 known neuro-electromagnetic experimentees, we often have strangers either tell us what we are thinking, say they can pick up our broadcast thoughts, or tell us about events inside our homes at times when they could not have seen from the outside. BUGS are not used, and they have been searched for.

Appended articles:

TR1 http://www.raven1.net/thotuncl.htm , Commercially available thought-reading devices, both implant-style and non-implant

TR2 http://www.raven1.net/ratrobot.htm , Implanted rats can control devices with their thoughts

TR3 http://www.raven1.net/ebrain.htm , from the July 1973 issue of Popular Electronics, a system to read EEG signals (the stuff of which thought reading is made) at a distance by passing a radio signal through the human head and analyzing the passed-through signal.

TR4 http://www.raven1.net/elecvisn.htm , an article describing electronically reading a cat’s brain waves and constructing a real-time image on screen from the EEG traces 

TR5 http://www.raven1.net/m_switch.htm , the text from a site describing a mind-controlled “switch”, which can not only turn appliances on or off, but also adjust controls like volume.

IX. IMPLANTS

Electronic implants are actually one of the older forms of electronic mind control technology. Implants can either receive instructions via radio signals, passing them to the brain, or, can be interrogated via external radio signals to read brain activity at a distance. Many of the about 300 known involuntary neuro- electromagnetic experimentees do not have implants, but have an aggressive and thorough regimen of mind control effects anyway. IMPLANTS ARE STILL SIGNIFICANT, though, for these reasons:

1. Their use, since World War II and continuing to the present day, associated with MKULTRA atrocities, is a crystal clear indication that a MOTIVE POOL of unethical researchers has existed through the late 1970s. The same people, none jailed, are still working, by and large. The reader can see that the existence of the same motive pool is overwhelmingly likely, given that no social changes have occurred which would prevent that.

2. The fact that to date (autumn 1999) no victim who has had implants removed has ever been able to get custody of the removed implant shows that research programmes using implants are still quite active and obviously quite important to someone. See http://www.morethanconquerors.simplenet.com/MCF/ , the Mind Control Forum for details on involuntary experimentees’ implantation and removal experiences.

3. The use of implants shows that, in the field of involuntary human experimentation, not every perpetrator group has access to the most sophisticated (implant-less) technology. Since implants for beneficial purposes are actively being promoted by NIH, it is obvious they will not disappear any time soon.

Appended articles:

IMP1 http://www.raven1.net/centneur.htm , an article showing that human implantation is being done and even encouraged by the U.S. NIH (National Institutes of Health). While this public information is for the public good, it is a small step to move from publicly known and VOLUNTARY implantation to CONCEALED implantation for INvoluntary and criminal purposes.

IMP2 http://www.raven1.net/italydoc.htm , a testimonial by an Italian psychiatrist who has been assisting involuntary experimentees; this doctor began by assisting [Satanic or other] ritual abuse victims. Apparently involuntary brain implantation is alive and well in Italy, why not elsewhere?

IMP3 http://www.raven1.net/telectro.htm , a project abstract by AF, awarded to perform unclassified research and development of human implants which can read both physio- and PSYCHO- parameters.

IMP4 http://www.raven1.net/stimocvr.htm , an excerpt describing human implantation for purposes of two-way communication with the brain by way of implants and FM VHF radio. Blows away any doubts that human implantation has not been done, and even more, that the U.S. military are involved.

IMP5 http://www.raven1.net/sattrack.htm , describes an unclassified human implant satellite tracking system, ostensibly for benevolent use. (No method for avoiding unethical uses is described.) Applied Digital Solutions, Inc., Palm Beach, Florida. 

X. CONCLUSION

Conclusion? While the documentary evidence in this report does not exactly “prove” we are being targeted by intelligence/defense contractors using classified electronic weapons, it certainly eliminates the argument that such devices are impossible, don’t exist, or that government has “no interest” in them, or that the “were tried years ago but didn’t work”. Add in the experiences of victims of the Tuskegee untreated syphilis experiments, the feeding of radioactive food to uninformed U.S. citizens, and the atrocities perpetrated under the institutional/drug/child abuse phases of the CIA’s MKULTRA programmes, and you have more than enough grounds to petition for an independent, open investigation. No doubt there were citizens of ancient Pompeii who argued that Vesuvius could not possibly erupt in their lifetimes. Faced with all the evidence, no honest government can afford to take the risk that electronic mind control activity may be happening, controlled from their own “back rooms”.

Eleanor White

If any doubts as to the importance of this issue remain, please see below what the U.S. NSA (National Security Agency) says would be the result of releasing information on electronic mind control:

XI. APPENDICES

UP TO THIS PAGE, THIS REPORT HAS BEEN A NARRATIVE AUTHORED BY ELEANOR WHITE. THE APPENDICES ARE A COLLECTION OF THE BEST QUALITY FACTUAL MATERIAL FROM OFFICIAL SOURCES OUTSIDE THE INVOLUNTARY ELECTROMAGNETIC EXPERIMENTEE GROUP. THIS MATERIAL MAY BE INDEPENDENTLY VERIFIED FROM REFERENCES PROVIDED.

APPENDIX PM1 … THE LIDA MACHINE

Associated Press (Exact date not shown on copy but tests took place 1982/83) Loma Linda (Veterans Hospital research unit) San Bernardino County a Soviet device that bombards brains with low- frequency  (Eleanor White’s note: More likely radio frequency )carrier which is modulated or pulsed at brain-entrainment rates] radio waves may be a replacement for tranquilizers and their unwanted side effects, says a researcher, but it’s use on humans poses ethical and political questions. The machine, known as the LIDA, is on loan to the Jerry L. Pettis Memorial Veterans Hospital through a medical exchange program between the Soviet Union and the United States. Hospital researchers have found in changes behaviour in animals. “It looks as though instead of taking a valium when you want to relax yourself it would be possible to achieve a similar result, probably in a safer way, by the use of a radio field that will relax you” said Dr. Ross Adey, chief of research at the hospital. [Missing one line on the photocopy] … manual shows it being used on a human in a clinical setting, Adey said. The manual says it is a “distant pulse treating apparatus” for psychological problems, including sleeplessness, hyper- tension and neurotic disturbances. The device has not been approved for use with humans in this country, although the Russians have done so since at least 1960, Adey Said. Low frequency radio waves simulate the brain’s own electromagnetic current and produce a trance-like state. Adey said he put a cat in a box and turned on the LIDA. “Within a matter of two or three minutes it is sitting there very quietly … it stays almost as though it were transfixed” he said. The hospital’s experiment with the machine has been underway for three months and should be completed within a year, Adey said. Eleanor White’s comments (Dr. Byrd’s statement follows):

1. Heavy “fatigue attacks” are a very common experience among involuntary neuro-electromagnetic experimentees. The LIDA device could, right out of the box, be used as a fatigue attack weapon, FROM HIDING, thru non- or semi-conductive walls. 

2. If the LIDA machine is tuned for tranquilizing effect, then it might also be tuned for “force awake” and other effects too. This device is a psychotronic weapon, AS IS. A TV documentary stated the Russian medical establishment considers this 1950s device obsolete. (Wonder what has taken it’s place?)

Below is a statement from Dr. Eldon Byrd, U.S. psychotronic researcher who funded Dr. Adey’s work with the LIDA machine:

“The LIDA machine was made in the 1950′s by the Soviets. The CIA purchased one through a Canadian front for Dr. Ross Adey, but didn’t give him any funds to evaluate it. “I provided those funds from my project in 1981, and he determined that the LIDA would put rabbits into a stupor at a distance and make cats go into REM. “The Soviets included a picture with the device that showed an entire auditorium full of people asleep with the LIDA on the podium. The LIDA put out an electric field, a magnetic field, light, heat, and sound (of course light and heat are electromagnetic waves, but at a much higher frequency than the low frequencies of the electric and magnetic fields mentioned above). “The purported purpose of the LIDA was for medical treatments; however, the North Koreans used it as a brain washing device during the Korean War. The big question is: what did they do with the technology? It could have been improved and/or made smaller. It is unlikely that they abandoned something that worked. “Direct communication with Ross Adey: While he was testing the LIDA 4, an electrician was walking by and asked him where he got the “North Korean brain washing machine”. Ross told him that is was a Russian medical device. “The guy said he had been brain-washed by a device like that when he was in a POW camp. They placed the vertical plates alongside his head and read questions and answers to him. He said he felt like he was in a dream. Later when the Red Cross came and asked questions, he responded with what had been read to him while under the influence of the device. He said he seemed to have no control over the answers.

“The LIDA is PATENTED IN THE US. Why? They are not sold in the US–the only one I know that exists is the one that was at Loma Linda Medical Center where Adey used to work. Eldon”

**Involuntary neuro-experimentation activist Cheryl Welsh, Davis CA, sent in this clipping from an article by Dr. Ross Adey but without complete bibliographic references: “Soviet investigators have also developed a therapeutic device utilizing low frequency square wave modulation of a radiofrequency field. This instrument known as the Lida was developed by L. Rabichev and his colleagues in Soviet Armenia, and is designed for “the treatment of neuropsychic and somatic disorders, such as neuroses, psychoses, insomnia, hypertension, stammering, bronchia asthma, and asthenic and reactive disturbances”. It is covered by U.S. Patent # 3,773,049. In addition to the pulsed RF field, the device also delivers pulsed light, pulsed sound, and pulsed heat. Each stimulus train can be independently adjusted in intensity and frequency. The radiofrequency field has a nominal carrier frequency of 40 MHz and a maximum output of approximately 40 Watts.

The E- field is applied to the patient on the sides of the neck through two disc electrodes approximately 10 cm in diameter. The electrodes are located at a distance of 2-4 cm from the skin. [Eleanor White's comment: The fact that Dr. Ross Adey mentioned an "audience" being put to sleep by the LIDA suggests that the "E-field" electrodes may not play an essential role. The radio signal appears to be the primary cause of the sleep/trance effect.] Optimal repetition frequencies are said to lie in the range from 40 to 80 pulses per minute. Pulse duration is typically 0.2 sec. In an 8 year trial period, the instrument was tested on 740 patients, including adults and children. Positive therapeutic effects were claimed in more…”

APPENDIX PM2 – FREY’S PAPER

Human Auditory System Response to Modulated Electromagnetic Energy

ALLAN H. FREY

General Electric Advanced Electronics Center Cornell University Ithaca, New York TRANSCRIPTION, Courtesy of MindNet Archives, Mike Coyle posted at http://www.morethanconquerors.simplenet.com/MCF/

Frey, Allan H., Human Auditory system response to modulated electromagnetic energy. J. Appl. Physiol. 17(4): 689-692. 1962.

(*) Asterisks indicate unreadable characters in the original copy.

NOTE: In 1962, frequencies were expressed as kiloCYCLES, megaCYCLES, etc., with abbreviations being kc, mc

–The intent of this paper is to bring a new phenomena to the attention of physiologists. Using extremely low average power densities of electromagnetic energy, the perception of sounds was induced in normal and deaf humans. The effect was induced several hundred feet from the antenna the instant the transmitter was turned on, and is a function of carrier frequency and modulation. Attempts were made to match the sounds induced by electromagnetic energy and acoustic energy. The closest match occurred when the acoustic amplifier was driven by the rf transmitter’s modulator. Peak power density is a critical factor and, with acoustic noise of approximately 80 db, a peak power density of approximately 275 mw / rf is needed to induce the perception at carrier frequencies 125 mc and 1,310 mc. The average power density can be at rf as low as 400 _u_w/cm2. The evidence for the various positive sites of the electromagnetic energy sensor are discussed and locations peripheral to the cochlea are ruled out.

Received for publication 29 September 1961.

A significant amount of research has been conducted with the effects of radio-frequency (rf) energy on organisms (electro- magnetic energy between 1 kc and ** Gc). Typically, this work has been concerned with determining damage resulting from body temperature increase. The average power densities used have been on the order of 0.1-t w/cm2 used over many minutes to several hours. In contrast, using average power densities measured in microwatts per square centimeter, we have found that ****r effects which are transient, can be induced with rf energy. Further, these effects occur the instant the transmitter is turned on. With appropriate modulation, the perception of different sounds can be induced in physically deaf, as well as normal, in human subjects at a distance of inches up to thousands of feet from the transmitter. With somewhat different transmission parameters, you can induce the perception of severe buffeting of the head, without such apparent vestibular symptoms as dizziness or nausea. Changing transmitter parameters down, one can induce a “pins-and- needles” sensation. Experimental work with these phenomena may yield information on auditory system functioning and, more generally, in the nervous system function. For example, this energy could possibly be used as a tool to explore nervous system coding, possibly using Neider and Neff’s procedures (1), and for stimulating the nervous system without the damage caused by electrodes. Since most of our data have been obtained of the “rf sound” and only the visual system has previously been shown to respond to electromagnetic energy, this paper will be concerned only with the auditory effects data. As a further restriction, only data from human subjects will be reported, since only this data can be discussed meaningfully at the present time. The long series of studies we performed to ascertain that we were dealing with a biological significant phenomena (rather than broadcasts from sources such as loose fillings in the teeth) are summarized in another paper (2), which also reports on the measuring instruments used in this work. The intent of this paper is to bring this new phenomenon to the attention of physiologists. The data reported are intended to suggest numerous lines of experimentation and indicate necessary experimental controls. Since we are dealing with a significant phenomenon, we decided to explore the effects of a wide range of transmitter parameters to build up the body of knowledge which would allow us to generate hypotheses and determine what experimental controls would be necessary. Thus, the numbers given are conservative; they should not be considered precise, since the transmitters were never located in ideal laboratory environments. Within the limits of our measurements, the orientation of the subject in the rf field was of little consequence. Most of the transmitters used to date in the experimentation have been pulse modulated with no information placed on the signal. The rf sound has been described as being a buzz, clicking, hiss, or knocking, depending on several transmitter parameters, i.e., pulse width and pulse-repetition rate (PRF). The apparent source of these sounds is localized by the subjects as being within, or immediately behind the head. The sound always seems to come from within or immediately behind the head no matter how the subjects twists or rotates in the rf field. Our early experimentation, performed using transmitters with very short square pulses and high pulse-repetition rates, seemed to indicate that we were dealing with harmonics of the PRF. However, our later work has indicated that this is not the case; rather, the rf sound appears to be incidental modulation envelope on each pulse, as shown in Fig 1.

Some difficulty was experienced when the subjects tried to match the rf sound to ordinary audio. They reported that it was not possible to satisfactorily match the rf sound to a sine wave or to white noise. An audio amplifier was connected to a variable bypass filter and pulsed by the transmitter pulsing mechanism. The subjects, when allowed to control the filter, reported a fairly satisfactory match. The subjects were fairly well satisfied with all frequencies below 5-kc audio were eliminated and the high- frequency audio was extended as much as possible. There was, however, always a demand for more high-frequency components. Since our tweeter has a rather good high-frequency response, it is possible that we have shown an analogue of visual phenomenon in which people see farther into the ultraviolet range when the lenses is eliminated from the eye. In other words, this may be a demonstration that the mechanical transmission system of the ossicles cannot respond to as high a frequency as the rest of the auditory system. Since the rf bypasses the ossicle system and the audio given the subject for matching does not, this may explain the dissatisfaction of our subjects in the matching. 

FIG. 1. Oscilloscope representation of transmitter output over time (pulse-modulated).

TRANSMITTER ELECTRONIC NOISE

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ON OFF ON OFF

FIG. 2. Audiogram of deaf subject (otosclerosis) who had a “normal” rf sound threshold.

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0|—-|—-|—-|–|–|–|–|–|–|–|–| A = RIGHT BONE

| | A | | | | | | | | |

|—-|—-B—-A–|–|–|–|–|–|–|–| B = LEFT BONE

| | | B | A | | | | | | |

LOSS(db) 20|—-|—-|—-B–B–AB-B–B–B–AB-|–| C =

LEFT AIR

| | | | | | | A | | | |

|—-|—-|—-|–|–|–|–|–|–|–|–| D = RIGHT AIR

| | | | | | | | | | | C

40|—-|—-|—-|–|–|–|–|–|–|–C–|

| | C C C | | | | | C | |

|—-C—-|—-D–|–C–C–C–|–D–D–D

| | D | D | | D | | | |

60|—-D—-|—-|–|–D–|–|–|–|–|–|

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80|—-|—-|—-|–|–|–|–|–|–|–|–|

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125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000

FREQUENCY (cps)

TABLE 1. Transmitter parameters

Trans- Frequency, Wave- Pulse Width, Pulses Sec.

Duty Cy.

mitter mc length, cm _u_sec

A 1,310 22.9 6 244 .0015

B 2,982 10.4 1 400 .0004

C 425 70.6 125 27 .0038

D 425 70.6 250 27 .007

E 425 70.6 500 27 .014

F 425 70.6 1000 27 .028

G 425 70.6 2000 27 .056

H 8,900 3.4 2.5 400 .001

FIG. 3. Attenuation of ambient sound with Flent antinoise stopples (collated from Zwislocki (3) and Von Gierke (4).

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FUNCTION(db) |—-|—|–|–|-|-|-|||—-|—|–|-||| EAR

PROTECTORS

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100 1000 10000

FREQUENCY

TABLE 2. Theshold for perception of rf sound (ambient noise level 70- 90 db).

Peak

Avg Peak Peak Magnetic

Power Power Electric Field

Trans- Frequency, Duty Cy. Density, Density Field

amp.

mitter mc mw, cm2 mw, cm2 v cm turns, m

A 1,310 .0015 0.4 267 14 4

B 2,982 .0004 2.1 5,250 63 17

C 425 .0038 1.0 263 15 4

D 425 .007 1.9 271 14 4

E 425 .014 3.2 229 13 3

F 425 .028 7.1 254 14 4

FIG. 4. Threshold energy as a function of frequency

of electromagnetic

energy (ambient noise level 70-90 db).

10000|———|————-|————–|

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PEAK |———|————-|————–|

POWER |———|————-|————-*|

DENSITY |———|————-|————*-|

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ANNUAL SMOKE IN AT THE WHITE HOUSE 2014!

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Louisville Gas & Electric (LG&E) has been illegally pouring toxic coal ash into the Ohio River,

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Emery said he holds a “moral objection” against individuals who once helped imprison people for petty drug offences now profiting off the sale of marijuana.

Posted on June 17, 2014. Filed under: Cannabis Culture | Tags: , , , , , |


Marc Emery’s top picks for Canadian politicians go to the Greens and NDP. But he doesn’t want you to vote for either of those parties in next year’s federal election.

 

“Elizabeth May and Libby Davies are two of my favourite MPs,” Emery told the Straight. “But there is a time when you have to make decisions about what’s really important, and stopping Stephen Harper and replacing his government is the ultimate priority.”

Emery was speaking from Yazoo City Prison in Mississippi, where he’s serving the final month of a five-year sentence for selling cannabis seeds. In a wide-ranging telephone interview, the so-called Prince of Pot said a voter drive will be at the centre of a cross-country tour he’s planned for the fall of 2015.

“We’ll be trying to get young people out,” Emery continued. “It’s really important to motivate them to go out and vote for the Liberal party, because they could also split the vote between the Greens and the NDP, and I really don’t want to see that happen.”

Emery’s relatively-newfound support for the Liberals is firmly rooted in his life’s work aimed at ending the prohibition of marijuana. In November 2012, Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau revealed that he was a “huge supporter of decriminalization”, and that he wanted Canada to take a serious look at legalizing and regulating the drug.

Emery described Trudeau’s position as “courageous and unprecedented”.

“Normally, they all wait until they’ve retired out of politics before they advocate the legalization route,” he explained. “Justin Trudeau is the only leader of a Canadian political party with any chance of forming the government who’s ever done this. I thought it was pretty brave of him.”

Criticizing a system of prohibition

Emery didn’t have such kind words for every politician who’s made an about-face on marijuana.

In May 2014, two former high-profile B.C. politicians announced they were going to work in Canada’s booming medicinal marijuana industry. First, the province’s former top cop, Kash Heed, signed on as a security consultant for medical growers. A couple of weeks later, ex-premier Mike Harcourt took a position as chairperson of True Leaf Medicine Inc.

Emery said he holds a “moral objection” against individuals who once helped imprison people for petty drug offences now profiting off the sale of marijuana.

“While they were in charge of administrations, they busted hundreds, if not thousands of people,” he said. “They’ve never apologized for what they did….And now here our oppressors are actually taking financial advantage.”

According to Emery, the larger issue is the legitimization of the Conservative government’s Marihuana Medical Access Regulations (MMAR), and how those rules are being used to maintain a system of prohibition.

As of April 1, 2014, medicinal marijuana licence holders previously allowed to grow their own medicine were only permitted to purchase dried cannabis via mail order from large-scale producers. (The implementation of certain MMAR provisions has since been delayed by a court challenge and interim injunction.)

Emery argued this new system extends “extraordinary privilege” to a small group of corporations while “disenfranchising and marginalizing” people who grow small amounts of marijuana for private consumption.

“This whole medicinal marijuana business just reeks of hypocrisy,” Emery concluded. “Either we’re free and autonomous individuals who can put in our bodies what we want, or we’re not. This idea that there are somehow citizens with superior rights to others is ridiculous and unacceptable.”

Emery also described the MMAR as a form of cooptation. He predicted that companies with licences to grow medicinal marijuana could soon act as a “bulwark against legalization”.

“They’re not going to want to give up their special privilege,” Emery explained. “I fear that’s what the Conservatives have deliberately created.”

A cross-country tour in 2015

Emery is scheduled for release on July 10.

On that day, prison officials will turn him over to U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) ahead of his pending return to Canada. It’s unknown how long he’ll be in the custody of ICE. Emery said it could take days, weeks, or more than a month, depending on the pace at which a bureaucracy processes his case.

His return to Canada will therefore likely happen in the late summer, at the border crossing at Windsor, Ontario. From there, he’ll travel to London for a few days with family. Next up are public parties planned for Toronto and then Vancouver. Emery said he’ll then be leaving Canada for an international speaking tour and vacation with his wife, Jodie.

The couple’s itinerary includes Spain, France, Ireland, and Austria, after which they will return to Vancouver. A second trip abroad planned for 2015 is expected to take them to Jamaica, Uruguay, Argentina, and South Africa.

By that time, Canada will be preparing for the 2015 federal election, which Emery said will see him and Jodie make a 30-stop cross-country tour beginning in early September.

Asked if he was at all concerned the marijuana issue could backfire and become a liability for the federal Liberals, Emery argued that Trudeau has taken a position that has growing support from the public.

“For the first time in 40 years, the majority of Canadians are highly sympathetic to my point of view,” he said.

Emery claimed he has no plans to run for office, but stated he expects politics to still consume the majority of his time once he’s free.

“Getting rid of Stephen Harper and making sure Justin Trudeau is elected along with the Liberal party is a pretty major job,” Emery said. "Really, the only job that I’m going to have in the next year.”

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Judge Henry Latham’s ruling was filed. "I’m not allowed to give proof why I was using. Now, there is no fair trial."

Posted on June 12, 2014. Filed under: CIVIL RIGHTS, Drug War | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |


           

Since his arrest last summer, Benton Mackenzie has maintained he grew marijuana to treat terminal cancer.

Now, just days ahead of going to trial Monday on drug conspiracy charges, a Scott County District judge has ruled he won’t allow Mackenzie to use his ailment as a defense.

"I’m not allowed to mention anything," Mackenzie said Thursday, the day Judge Henry Latham’s ruling was filed. "I’m not allowed to give proof why I was using. Now, there is no fair trial."

The 48-year-old, who shared his story with the Quad-City Times last September, was diagnosed with angiosarcoma in 2011. It’s a cancer of the blood vessels, in which tumors appear as skin lesions.

He says the lesions have grown enormous since sheriff’s deputies confiscated 71 marijuana plants from his parents’ Long Grove home last summer. He needed all those plants just to be able to extract enough cannabis oil for daily treatments, he says.

Mackenzie wants to be able to tell jurors why he grew marijuana. He wants to show them pictures of his cancerous lesions.

"If I’m to tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth, and the court doesn’t let me tell the truth, they’re making me a liar," he said.

Assistant Scott County Attorney Patrick McElyea, who is prosecuting Mackenzie, filed a motion earlier this month to limit any testimony regarding medical marijuana. He has declined to comment on the case.

McElyea based his motion on the 2005 Iowa Supreme Court decision in State v. Bonjour, a case similar to Mackenzie’s. Lloyd Bonjour, an AIDS patient, was convicted of growing marijuana, and the Supreme Court upheld the conviction.

Latham sided with McElyea’s motion, stating, "The court is not aware of any legislation or been provided with any legislation which provides for such defense."

The judge states he is aware Mackenzie has angiosarcoma. He also is aware Iowa lawmakers recently legalized oil concentrated with cannabidiol, or CBD, with "specific restrictions."

The pending law, expected to be signed today by Gov. Terry Branstad, only applies to those suffering severe epileptic seizures.

Mackenzie says he thinks state government is the "bigger criminal," because it’s practicing medicine without a license in deciding who can and who cannot possess medical marijuana.

"At least the state is now recognizing, with a law, that marijuana has medicinal value," he said, adding his plants were from a strain rich in CBD, which in other states is associated more with medical use than recreational use.

Without the medical necessity defense, Mackenzie said his fate is "completely in the Lord’s hands."

Sitting through several hours of hearings over the past 11 months has been hard enough on someone with lesions covering his legs and rear, he says. He can’t imagine sitting through an entire trial, which is scheduled to begin Monday with jury selection.

He says he may show up to court wearing a kilt, so jurors can see for themselves. But he wouldn’t want his lesions oozing and bleeding all over the courtroom furniture.

"That shows how much of a criminal I’m not," he said.

At one point during a phone conversation with a reporter Thursday afternoon, he reacted because one of his larger lesions opened up and bled onto the chair and floor at home, he said.

"I’m sitting in a pile of blood," he said a moment later.

He wants to request a nurse or a medical provider be allowed to sit in the courtroom with him. He says the judge is allowing breaks, but he expects he’ll have to take a break every few minutes just to replace the large, disposable underpad for furniture.

He anticipates that with his failing health and the number of co-defendants, the trial will come across as a "circus."

Mackenzie is charged with felony drug possession along with his wife, Loretta Mackenzie. His 73-year-old parents, Dorothy and Charles Mackenzie, are charged with hosting a drug house, and his son, Cody, is charged with misdemeanor possession. His childhood friend, Stephen Bloomer, also is charged in the drug conspiracy.

All six defendants are being represented by a different attorney.

Lately, Mackenzie’s health has been "touch and go," he says, with episodes of vomiting, cold sweats and extreme pain. He almost always feels tired.

He raised enough money from family and friends to travel twice this spring to Oregon, which has legalized medical marijuana.

Each trip was a week long. During the first trip, he met with a physician, who approved him for a state medical marijuana identification card. On the second trip, he was able to purchase oil in an amount equivalent to a pound and a half of marijuana, which he couldn’t by law bring back to Iowa.

The little bit of relief is nothing compared to the daily treatments prior to his arrest, when he was shrinking his skin lesions, he said. He claims the oil in Oregon also stopped the growth of the lesions, but only temporarily.

Mackenzie said he hopes jurors will show compassion in deciding his future.

"No matter what, if I’m found guilty, I’ll do at least three years in prison, which is a death sentence for me," he said. "If I’m found guilty at all, I’m a dead man. I’m lucky I’m not dead already."

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Big Tobacco Planned Big Marijuana Sales in the 1970s

Posted on June 4, 2014. Filed under: Corporate Cannabis, Drug War | Tags: , , , , |


 

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June 3, 2014

Documents buried deep in tobacco company archives reveal a hope and a plan to sell marijuana as soon as legally possible

Tobacco executives anticipated the legalization of marijuana as early as the 1970′s — and they wanted a piece of the action, according to newly discovered documents from tobacco company archives.

Public health researchers scanned 80 million pages of digitized company documents for keywords such as, “marijuana,” “cannabis,” “reefer,” “weed,” “spliffs,” and “blunts.” The results, published Tuesday in the Milbank Quarterly, reveal a long history of maneuvers toward marijuana-laced products.

“The starting point must be to learn how to produce in quantity cigarettes loaded uniformly with a known amount of either ground cannabis or dried and cut cannabis rag,” read one memorandum from British American Tobacco’s adviser on technical research, Charles Ellis.

A hand-written letter from Philip Morris president George Weissman read, “While I am opposed to its use, I recognize that it may be legalized in the near future…Thus, with these great auspices, we should be in a position to examine: 1. A potential competition, 2. A possible product, 3. At this time, cooperate with the government.”

Philip Morris even went so far as to request a marijuana sample from the Department of Justice for research purposes, promising to share its findings with the government so long as the company’s involvement remained strictly confidential. “We request that there be no publicity whatsoever,” wrote a Philip Morris executive. The Justice Department drug science’s chief Milton Joffee obliged with a promise to deliver “good quality” marijuana.

While tobacco executives missed the mark on legalization by several decades, they did lay out a persuasive case for vigilance. In early 1970, an unsigned memorandum distributed to Philip Morris’ top management read, “We are in the business of relaxing people who are tense and providing a pick up for people who are bored or depressed. The human needs that our product fills will not go away. Thus, the only real threat to our business is that society will find other means of satisfying these needs.”

The study authors said the documents provide proof of tobacco companies’ intent to enter the marijuana trade, despite their claims to the contrary. They urged policymakers to prevent tobacco makers from entering the nascent market for legal marijuana “in a way that would replicate the smoking epidemic, which kills 480,000 Americans each year.”

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Report on America as a Prison Nation, More Criticism of War on Drugs – TalkLeft: The Politics Of Crime

Posted on May 9, 2014. Filed under: Civil law and order, Human Rights, Prison Industrial Complex |


Report on America as a Prison Nation, More Criticism of War on Drugs – TalkLeft: The Politics Of Crime.

Human Rights Watch has a new report, A Nation Behind Bars, with facts on the current state of our prison nation and recommendations to reduce our over-reliance on incarceration.

Some facts:[More...]

 

  • In 2011, more than 95,000 youth under the age of 18 were held in adult prisons and jails across the United States;
  • Over half (53.4 percent) of prisoners in state prisons with a sentence of a year or longer are serving time for a non-violent offense;
  • For every 100,000 Americans in each race or gender group, there are 478 white males, 3,023 black males, 51 white females, and 129 black females incarcerated in state or federal prison;
  • Almost one-third of those serving life sentences—49,081 as of 2012—have been sentenced to life without the possibility of parole (LWOP);
  • In 2010, 26,200 state and federal prisoners were 65 or older, up 63 percent from 16,100 in 2007;
  • Today, immigration offenses account for over 40 percent of all federal criminal prosecutions and almost 30 percent of new admissions to the federal prison system.

The recommendations:

  • Ensure that the severity of the punishment does not exceed the gravity of the crime;
  • Reform or eliminate mandatory minimum sentencing laws that prevent judges from being able to tailor sentences to the individual crime and the particular defendant;
  • Ensure that adolescents and children are treated in a manner appropriate to their age and capacity for change, and that they are not subjected to all the same criminal procedures and sanctions as adults;
  • Reduce or eliminate criminal sanctions for immigration offenders, especially those who have done nothing more than enter the country illegally;
  • End criminal sanctions for possession of illegal drugs for personal use; and
  • Ensure that criminal law is not by its terms or enforcement biased against any racial, ethnic, or religious group, as for example, in the disproportionate enforcement of drug laws against black people in the US.

I would add one more:

Stop the extradition of drug traffickers from Mexico, Colombia, Guatemala, the Dominican Republic and everywhere. Let their home countries jail them and spend their dollars, instead of ours. Curtail the DEA. We don’t need a global police force. If the home countries won’t act, then perhaps it’s time for our government to finally admit that the War on Drugs is a failure. It breeds violence and doesn’t put a dent in drug trafficking.

Colombia’s police chief recently called on the U.S. to strengthen extraditions. The U.S. should just say no.

The London School of Economics today is releasing a report on the failed war on drugs. It concludes the war has done more harm than good.

George Soros has an op-ed in the Financial Times, “A Futile War on Drugs that Wastes Money and Wrecks Lives.” He says it’s a $1 trillion failure. Here’s a snippet:

Drug prohibition has created an immense black market, valued by some at $300bn. It shifts the burden of “drug control” on to producer and transit countries such as Afghanistan and Mexico. This approach also fails to grapple with a basic truth: drug markets are highly adaptive. Repress the business in one country and it springs up elsewhere.

Consider Colombia. When its law enforcement agencies made progress cracking down on the country’s cocaine trade, much of the criminal business and the violence that goes with it moved to Mexico. The LSE report estimates that after 2007, Colombia’s interdiction policies accounted for more than 20 per cent of the rise in Mexico’s murder rate.

Bogotá had a lot of mayhem to export. The explosion of the illegal drug market between 1994 and 2008 “explains roughly 25 per cent of the current homicide rate in Colombia. That translate into about 3,800 more homicides per year on average that are associated with illegal drug markets and the war on drugs”, according to the report. This type of violence takes a massive economic toll; corporations relocate, foreign investment dries up, industries decline and citizens flee in search of a better life.

Aside from the cost of investigation and prosecution, we spend $25,000 or more per year to incarcerate each one in our federal prisons, and there are thousands of them, many of whom are serving double digit sentences or longer. The extraditions may also be fueling violence.

By the numbers: From the State Department’s International Narcotics Control Strategy Report Volume I, Drug and Chemical Control, March 2104:

  • Since 1997, Colombia has extradited over 1,600 individuals to the United States. In 2013, Colombia extradited 132 persons to the U.S., most of whom were drug traffickers.
  • Mexico extradited 54 people to the United States in 2013 and 115 individuals in 2012.
  • The Dominican Republic is the fourth most active extradition partner to the United States. It extradited 31 persons to the United States in 2012, and 29 through the first 10 months of 2013.
  • Guatemala extradited 4 drug traffickers in the first 10 months of 2013.
  • The Haitian Constitution prohibits extradition of Haitian nationals, but the Government of Haiti has willingly surrendered Haitians and other nationals under indictment in the United States to U.S. law enforcement agencies.
  • The 1999 Venezuelan constitution bars the extradition of Venezuelan nationals. Venezuela periodically deports non-Venezuelan nationals to the United States to face drug-related charges.
  • In Panama, the Constitution does not allow extradition of Panamanian nationals. Panama has agreed to prosecute wanted individuals in Panama in lieu of extradition. (Why don’t we work towards having those agreements with all these countries?)

How’s this for irony: The report says the U.S. is helping El Salvador develop a new classification system to reduce prison overcrowding. Yet it does nothing at home.

The report has a special section on the DEA. The DEA has 86 foreign offices in 67 countries. In 2013, DEA conducted bilateral training seminars for approximately 14,070 participants from 94 countries.

How about our border patrol? There’s a special section on them in the 2014 report as well.

CBP deploys approximately 46,346 law enforcement officers daily in 26,000 tactical vehicles, 260 aircraft, 290 watercraft, 367 horse patrols and 1,580 canine teams to keep our border secure…. The Office of Field Operations (OFO) oversees nearly 28,000 employees with more than 21,775 dedicated officers and 2,414 Agriculture Specialists that protect U.S. borders from 20 Field Offices, 329 ports of entry, 15 preclearance stations in Canada, Ireland and the Caribbean and 58 Container Security Initiative Ports.

The Office of Border Patrol (OBP)… drug interdiction activity includes staffing 139 stations within 20 sectors, with 31 permanent checkpoints nationwide.

The Office of Air and Marine (OAM) engages in air and marine interdiction, law enforcement, and air domain security. It targets the conveyances that illegally transport narcotics, arms, and aliens across U.S. borders and in the Source, Transit and Arrival Zones.

….In FY 2012, the P-3 Air Wing accounted for 117, 103 pounds of cocaine either seized or disrupted with a value of $8.76 billion. The Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) flew a record 5,737 hours in FY2012, the most in the program’s history. UAS missions contributed to the seizure of more than 66,500 pounds of narcotics.

Let’s not leave out the Coast Guard:

In 2013, the USCG expended over 2,900 cutter days, 900 Airborne Use of Force capable helicopters days, and 8,000 surveillance aircraft hours on counterdrug patrols. USCG also deployed 17 LEDETs aboard U.S. Navy, British, Dutch and Canadian warships. As a result, the USCG disrupted 144 drug smuggling attempts, which included the seizure of 64 vessels, detention of 230 suspected smugglers, and removal of 88 metric tons (MT) of cocaine and 37 MT of marijuana.

We’re spending money like drunken sailors on the war on drugs abroad and seizing massive quantities of drugs and dollars, yet drugs are as readily available as ever. We stop the labs in Colombia and they just move to Peru. We deal a crushing blow to one drug organization and another steps up to take its place, leaving scores of persons dead in the fight for dominance.

The U.S-driven global war on drugs is nothing but a losing proposition, feeding our prison over-population problems and bleeding us dry.


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Military Veteran Farmers to Plant Historic Industrial Hemp Crop in Kentucky

Posted on May 8, 2014. Filed under: Corporate Cannabis, Industrial HEMP, KENTUCKY WEED | Tags: , , , |


Military Veteran Farmers to Plant Historic Industrial Hemp Crop in Kentucky

MOUNT VERNON, KY — Vote Hemp, the national single-issue advocacy group dedicated to re-commercializing industrial hemp, and Kentucky non-profit Growing Warriors, have partnered to organize a planting of industrial hemp in Mount Vernon, KY on May 16, 2014, as part of the nationwide grassroots education effort Hemp History Week .

The certified industrial hemp seed provided by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture will be grown as part of a research and development program in conjunction with the Kentucky State University, and marks an historic moment in the Bluegrass State after decades of federal prohibition of industrial hemp.

Grown for its versatile fiber and oilseed, which can be used to make rope, paper, building materials, bio-fuels, cosmetics, healthy food, body care products, textiles, plastic composites, and much more, hemp was once a paramount crop of Kentucky cultivated in the state as recently as the 1950′s, but was permanently banned in 1970 as a Schedule 1 drug under the Controlled Substances Act.

The return of hemp to Kentucky’s farmland and mills is lauded by many political, agriculture and industry leaders in the state and beyond who view the burgeoning industrial hemp market as a step toward job growth and sustained economic stability in the Commonwealth.

The hemp will be sown by war veterans who have partnered with Growing Warriors to learn agriculture and farming skills and work toward creating local community food systems.

“The farming and production of industrial hemp in America just makes sense,” says Mike Lewis, Executive Director of Growing Warriors. “The important thing to note is that a hemp industry must be built from the ground up, and if done properly and responsibly it will restore some vibrancy to our communities. Fighting alongside my fellow Veterans for this crop has already made me a wealthier man as I witnessed the grit and determination that built this country play out daily and now I will be afforded the opportunity to plant this historic crop with true patriots.”

“We took on this fight at the state legislature a year ago, and who would have ever dreamed we would change Kentucky law—change federal law—and have hemp in the ground today?” Agriculture Commissioner James Comer said. “This is an historic moment for Kentucky farmers, and my hope is that industrial hemp can again be a thriving industry that presents new opportunities in agriculture and manufacturing for years to come.”

“Kentucky is leading the country toward a revitalized, lucrative and sustainable hemp industry,” says Eric Steenstra, President of Vote Hemp. “Kentucky farmers, legislators and manufacturers have joined together to bring back hemp farming to the Kentucky landscape, knowing that hemp will bring job creation, among many other economic and environmental benefits.”

To date, thirty-three states have introduced pro-hemp legislation and twenty-two have passed pro-hemp legislation. Fourteen states (California, Colorado, Hawaii, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oregon, Vermont, Washington and West Virginia) have defined industrial hemp as distinct and removed barriers to its production.

However, despite state authorization to grow hemp, farmers in those states risk raids by federal agents if they plant the crop outside the parameters of Section 7606 of the recent Farm Bill, due to failure of federal policy to distinguish oilseed and fiber varieties of Cannabis (i.e. industrial hemp) from psychoactive varieties (i.e. marihuana.)

In 2013, both the federal Senate and House introduced versions of the Industrial Hemp Farming Act, S. 359 and H.R. 525 respectively. So far in the 2014 legislative session, industrial hemp legislation has been introduced or carried over in Puerto Rico and twenty-five states: Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois (carried over from 2013), Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire (carried over from 2013), New Jersey (carried over from 2013), New York, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Washington (two bills were carried over from 2013), West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

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Once Again Cockfighting Is An Issue in Kentucky Politics | WKMS

Posted on May 8, 2014. Filed under: Political | Tags: , , , , , |


Once Again Cockfighting Is An Issue in Kentucky Politics | WKMS.

For the third time in as many months, leading Kentucky politicians find themselves addressing cockfighting.

A new federal case brings questions about the bloodsport to a top state Democratic lawmaker and puts the practice back into conversations about the U.S. Senate race.

Federal authorities filed charges against three Eastern Kentucky residents this week in a massive cockfighting ring run out of the Big Blue Sportsman’s Club in McDowell, Ky.

Walter Dale Stumbo, 51, Sonya Stumbo, 51, and Joshua Stumbo, 25, are accused of running one of the country’s largest cockfighting operations, generating an estimated $1 million in revenue.

The three alleged operators of Big Blue are “distant cousins” of Democratic state House Speaker Greg Stumbo, according to the speaker’s office. The three other Stumbos have allegedly alluded to having Greg Stumbo’s support to legalize the practice, though he denies this.

Cockfighting is a misdemeanor in Kentucky, but changes to the national farm bill earlier this year have made it a federal felony to attend such events. In an affidavit included in the court file, Walter Dale Stumbo alleged to a federal investigator  that he had talked with the speaker about changing the federal law.

“I never comment on pending litigation, but I do want to say that, as a state legislator, I have no say in federal legislation,” Greg Stumbo said in a statement to WFPL. 

The investigator, according to the affidavit, alleges that Big Blue was a sophisticated operation involving illegal gambling along with the distribution and use of illegal drugs. It provided professionally-made ID cards for patrons, printed cards with schedules for upcoming cockfights, and a database operated with the names of approximately 6,000 registered participants, the document said.

Federal authorities also allege in the affidavit that people at the center of the cockfighting ring believed likely Democratic U.S. Senate nominee Alison Lundergan Grimes was a silent supporter of their legalization effort.

In the affidavit, a U.S. Department of Agriculture agent alleged that Walter Dale Stumbo addressed a crowd attending a fowl contest on April 4. According to the agent’s written oath, Walter Dale Stumbo said there “were people in Kentucky government that were changing the federal law.” According to the affidavit, Walter Stumbo said those leaders couldn’t publicly favor such a proposal, but he later “mentioned Alison Grimes and Greg Stumbo by name.”

The Grimes campaign declined to make their candidate available for an interview and did not respond to our questions regarding this story. But in a statement Grimes campaign spokeswoman Charly Norton said: “Alison was an early advocate for the farm bill that cracked down on this practice and called for (Sen.) Mitch McConnell to support this measure well before he did.”

This isn’t the first time a Senate candidate has had to discuss cockfighting. In fact, with Grimes’ response, every leading candidate in the race has now confronted the issue.

In February, cockfighting enthusiasts took McConnell to task for backing the farm bill and the associated penalties for cockfighting.

The president of the United Gamefowl Breeders Association told the Lexington Herald Leader it would “destroy” McConnell. During a stop in Eastern Kentucky, supporters confronted McConnell directly and many suggested supporting the senator’s primary opponent Matt Bevin.

A month later, Bevin appeared at a cockfighting rally where he said criminalizing it was wrongheaded. This despite repeated claims by Bevin to reporters that he was against the practice and  never discussed it during the March 29 event.

“What you’re seeing is a willingness by Sen. McConnell’s political opponents to basically try to embrace something privately that they won’t embrace publicly,” said senior McConnell campaign adviser Josh Holmes.

An official with the Grimes campaign has told WFPL Grimes has never had a conversation “with anyone about cockfighting.”

But McConnell’s team said the pattern is troubling.

“I’m not ready to stand here and say Alison Lundergan Grimes has gone to the head of the cockfighting community and said she is willing to repeal the provision,” Holmes said. “But what we are saying is that somebody did. I don’t think this individual—who’s now been indicted—would just somehow surface a U.S. Senate candidate’s name out of the blue.”

“All of this started happening about the time that the Herald-Leader published a story about the irritation of some cockfighting enthusiasts with Sen. McConnell about the passage of the farm bill.”

House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg, Ky.

Greg Stumbo lives in Prestonsburg, which is in the same Eastern Kentucky county as McDowell.

In an interview Wednesday, Greg Stumbo—who is a political ally of Grimes’—said he had spoken with Walter Dale Stumbo’s brother about the federal farm bill, and stressed that it would make cockfighting a felony and that he couldn’t do anything about it.

The speaker denied discussing the issue with Grimes, laughing it off.

Four years ago, however, Greg Stumbo was much cozier with the controversial practice and said he did not believe cockfighting should be illegal.

It didn’t compare to dog fighting, he said, because people “don’t eat a dog in a Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant.” And many “people argue that it’s a tradition in our country—dates back to Thomas Jefferson and George Washington.”

But with cockfighting becoming an increasing political liability due to the farm bill, Greg Stumbo told WFPL on Wednesday he hasn’t attended such an event in about 35 years. He added that he was surprised to read about the allegations of drugs and the Kentucky ring’s connections with Mexican drug gangs.

“And as an elected official, I have not and would not participate in any way form or fashion an activity that is criminal in nature,” he said.

Copyright 2014 WFPL-FM. To see more, visit http://wfpl.org/.

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Prohibition DOES NOT work–Neither will “Legalization”…

Posted on November 22, 2013. Filed under: Activists Opinions, Rev. Mary Thomas-Spears | Tags: , , , , , , |


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DIVERSE SANCTUARY – REV. MARY THOMAS-SPEARS

MAKE IT LAWFUL – AMERICANS FOR CANNABIS

U.S. MARIJUANA PARTY – WE ARE ANTI-PROHIBITIONISTS!

Kentucky Cannabis Hemp Health Initiative 2013-2014

DE-SCHEDULE/REPEAL AND NULLIFY

REPEAL PROHIBITION – END THE WAR ON DRUGS

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Kentucky has more lakes suspected of having toxic algae

Posted on October 13, 2013. Filed under: Attention, Ecology, Environment, Kentucky & KY State Gov., LATEST NEWS | Tags: , , , , |


 

 

 

LOUISVILLE, Ky. —Kentucky has seven lakes suspected of having excessive levels of toxic algae, but state officials aren’t revealing which bodies of water are being targeted for a second round of tests.

Kentucky environmental regulators are drawing water from the lakes for a second time for more rigorous laboratory analysis after initial samples showed concentrations of blue-green algae worthy of health advisories.

Kentucky Division of Water official Clark Dorman said the lakes involved in the most recent advisory aren’t run by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Five Corps-run lakes were the subject of a recent advisory.

Even though the state’s initial tests suggested health risks to the public, dogs and farm animals, state officials are declining to identify those water bodies.

 

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Kentucky Nerve Gas Arms Show Destroying Weapons Not Easy

Posted on September 21, 2013. Filed under: LATEST NEWS, Pollution/Global Warming | Tags: , , , , , |


Weapons armed with the same nerve gas used on Syrian citizens last month sit in grass-topped concrete bunkers at an Army depot in Kentucky, 20 years after the U.S. government promised to destroy them.

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Canisters of GB gas, commonly known as Sarin, are shown at the Blue Grass Army Depot in Richmond, Ky., in this Sept. 6, 2001 file photo. Photographer: Nancy Taggart/The Richmond Register via AP Photo

Sept. 19 (Bloomberg) — Secretary of State John Kerry speaks about United Nations and U.S. reports showing chemical weapons were used in Syria. Kerry, speaking in Washington, says the UN Security Council "must be prepared to act next week" to pass a resolution requiring President Bashar al-Assad’s regime to abide by terms of the U.S.-Russian agreement on the elimination of Syria’s chemical weapons. (Source: Bloomberg)

The bunkers, in a field at the Blue Grass Army Depot in Richmond, house rockets and other artillery holding 523 tons of the nerve agents VX and sarin in addition to flesh-blistering mustard gas. A partnership including San Francisco-based Bechtel National Inc. is building a plant to destroy them. It will open seven years from now and will dispose of the last weapon there three years later.

This week, as international monitors learn the size and makeup of the chemical weapons stockpile Syria has pledged to destroy by next year, the Blue Grass stash stands as a warning: Safe destruction of chemical weapons isn’t easy.

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Syria’s promised pace would be ambitious even in a country without a civil war, said Michael Kuhlman, chief scientist for national security at the Battelle Memorial Institute in Columbus, Ohio which is working on the Blue Grass project 30 miles south of Lexington, home of the University of Kentucky.

“I found the time frame for Syria surprising,” Kuhlman said in an interview. ‘They are presumably starting from scratch in terms of destruction capability and the security situation there certainly isn’t going to expedite matters.’’

Syrian Commitment

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad affirmed his intentions in a Sept. 18 televised interview with Fox News. He said he would dispose of the weapons in about a year, with the guidance of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, based in the Hague, Netherlands. The group enforces the international chemical weapons treaty that Syria joined last week. The U.S. joined the accord in 1993.

Assad said he understood the destruction process is complicated and he’s been told it will cost about $1 billion.

The Syrian project’s speed will hinge on how much of its chemical agents are already inside weapons, as they are in Kentucky. The job is easier if they aren’t, Kuhlman said.

It will also depend on how the nation disposes of them. After the first Gulf War ended in 1991, Iraq burned its chemical weapons in a ditch. The U.S. imposes environmental discharge rules, and destruction of the Blue Grass weapons was delayed in large part because local residents opposed incinerating them and Congress forced the Defense Department to find another way.

U.S. Stockpile

The U.S. chemical weapons stockpile contained more than 30,000 tons of lethal chemicals when the country signed the international Chemical Weapons Convention in 1993, agreeing to destroy all of the weapons by last year. By comparison, Syria is estimated to have about 1,000 tons, Kuhlman said.

The U.S. chemical agents were stored at depots in Maryland, Arkansas, Utah, Indiana, Alabama, Colorado and Johnson Atoll, a territorial island in the South Pacific, in addition to the 14,500-acre Blue Grass site.

The Defense Department had been experimenting with ways of destroying the weapons before the U.S. signed the treaty, including dumping some of them at sea. In 1984, the Pentagon and the National Research Council, an arm of the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, endorsed incineration as the best method.

That, too, is a slow process, said Kuhlman. Construction on an incinerator at Deseret Chemical Depot in Utah, which held 45 percent of the nation’s chemical weapons stockpile, started in 1989. Testing began in 1994, and it became operational in 1996, he said. It took two years to destroy a supply of nerve-agent weapons that was similar to the size of Syria’s estimated stockpile. The entire Utah project took 15 years.

Last Stashes

The U.S. met the treaty deadline at seven of nine sites, destroying 90 percent of its chemical stockpile. Most of the work was completed within the past few years.

The Blue Grass depot and a second depot near Pueblo, Colorado are the two left with chemical arsenals.

The cost of the entire disposal process, once completed, is estimated to be $35 billion, $10.6 billion of which will be spent in Kentucky and Colorado, according to Defense Department spokeswoman Jennifer Elzea and the Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives website, the agency responsible for destroying the weapons at the remaining depots.

The Colorado site has 2,600 tons of mustard gas inside more than 800,000 weapons. The 523 tons of mustard gas and nerve agents in Kentucky are inside 101,000 weapons, according to Craig Williams, 65, who is co-chairman of the Chemical Destruction Citizens Advisory Board for the Blue Grass project.

Railroad Delivery

The Kentucky site has been storing mustard gas for years. The first shipment of nerve-agent rockets arrived in 1961, said Lloyd Anglin, of Berea, who worked on the depot’s engineering staff at the time.

The rockets came in a locked boxcar, which sat on a railroad spur for four days under armed guard as the engineering team rushed to build a facility “to unload whatever it was,” said Anglin, now 90. “The armed guards were there 24-7. Nobody knew what it was except the brass.”

The shipments arrived regularly after that and the team learned that they contained agents that would kill on contact. Anglin helped seal some of the rockets in concrete-filled caskets, which were then put on a ship in Wilmington, North Carolina and dropped into the Atlantic Ocean. Most stayed in the earth under grass-topped, domed concrete bunkers called igloos, which are laid out in a widely spaced grid. Deer grazed there and some died, Anglin said, if they ate too close to a monitor vent at a bunker with “leakers.” Security fencing around the area has since been improved.

Rabbit Air-Monitors

A bunny hutch housed a critical part of the monitoring system. A trio of rabbits spent the night in any bunker scheduled for human inspection, which went forward if they survived.

“I would put one in the back, one in the center and one in the front, then leave them there overnight,” Anglin said. “The next day, if the rabbits were OK, we’d go in. Once in a while, you’d get a dead rabbit,” Anglin said.

The government no longer uses animals as air monitors, Elzea said in an e-mail.

Most depot neighbors knew nothing of the weapons. They learned of their existence after the Defense Department announced plans to incinerate the deadly chemicals in 1984, according to Williams, 65, the advisory board member.

Convinced that burning them could spread contaminants accidentally, the community fought with the Army for the next 12 years. Houses and a school were a little more than a mile from the depot site, Williams said: “It’s not like we’re in the middle of the desert here.”

Congressional Action

The fight ended in 1996 when Congress passed a law requiring the Pentagon to investigate alternative technologies. Williams blames the Defense Department for the delay. “They decided how they were going to do it without consulting with the community,” he said.

Alternative disposal technologies now are on track to be used at both the Kentucky and Colorado depots.

In Colorado, a factory that will destroy the mustard gas arsenal will be complete in 2015, and the last weapons will be annihilated in 2019.

In Kentucky, the partnership of Bechtel National and Parsons Infrastructure and Technology Group Inc., of Pasadena, California, is building a robotized plant that will separate the chemicals from the weapons, then turn them into water, carbon dioxide and salts, using a combination of heat, water, caustics and pressure. The last weapon will be gone in 2023.

To contact the reporter on this story: Margaret Newkirk in Atlanta, Georgia at mnewkirk@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Stephen Merelman at smerelman@bloomberg.net

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