I want to start by saying a MAJOR HUGE THANK YOU to Journalist Dahr Jamail publishing his findings on the United States Military's use of Electromagnetic Weapons Field Testing and War-games off the West Coastal areas.
Journalist Dahr Jamail was on Democracy Now this morning, and was discussing the DoD/Navy in the Arctic doing field exercises in sonic weaponry and blowing up several rounds of LIVE munitions in that part of the Ocean for Military War-games.
But during the course of his interview they brought up ELECTROMAGNETIC WEAPONS Field Testing - Jamail said he was SURPRISED no other news outlets picked up on his reporting, to include Target's like me - but this for little known or passed up news article is CRITICAL for All Targeted Individual's to not only read, but finally be validated to some extent that the DoD is FIELD TESTING Directed Energy Weapons - IN LIVE TRAINING, WARGAMES and FIELD TESTING - ON AMERICAN SOIL - into CIVILIAN POPULATED REGIONS - and WHERE WILDLIFE flourish...
Dahr Jamail | Navy Plans Electromagnetic War Games Over National Park and Forest in Washington State
Olympic National Park and Olympic National Forest in Washington State are two of the most beautiful wilderness areas in the United States. Majestic glacier-clad peaks rise above temperate rainforest-covered hills. Gorgeous rivers tumble down from the heights and the areas are home to several types of plants and animal species that exist nowhere else on earth.
The Quinault Indian Nation has spoken with the Navy regarding the electronic warfare range proposal due to our ongoing concerns for our people and our wildlife in our usual and accustomed hunting grounds. Our people have lived here for thousands of years. We have always depended upon the fishing, hunting and gathering resources here, and managed these resources for the benefit of current and future generations. Today we co-manage these resources with our fellow sovereigns, the state and federal governments. The Navy has responded to our questions, on a government-to-government basis. At this time our only additional comment is that we will be monitoring the Navy's activities, to assure there is no harm to the resources we manage and must protect for the sake of our people, our heritage and our generations to come.
- To preserve and protect the natural and cultural resources for future generations.
- To provide opportunities to experience, understand and enjoy the park consistent with the preservation of resources in a state of nature.
No national forest shall be established, except to improve and protect the forest within the boundaries, or for the purpose of securing favorable conditions of water flows, and to furnish a continuous supply of timber for the use and necessities of citizens of the United States; but it is not the purpose or intent of these provisions, or of said section, to authorize the inclusion therein of lands more valuable for the mineral therein, or for agricultural purposes, than for forest purposes.
"Experimental evidence has shown that exposure to low intensity radiation can have a profound effect on biological processes."
"The planned range may alter the attractiveness of this region as a destination for tourists and there is potential for significant economic impact.
Health endpoints reported to be associated with ELF and/or RF include childhood leukemia, brain tumors, genotoxic effects, neurological effects and neurodegenerative diseases, immune system deregulation, allergic and inflammatory responses, breast cancer, miscarriage and some cardiovascular effects. The BioInitiative Report concluded that a reasonable suspicion of risk exists based on clear evidence of bioeffects at environmentally relevant levels, which, with prolonged exposures may reasonably be presumed to result in health impacts.
FROM DEMOCRACY NOW - 16 JUNE 2015
The Gulf of Alaska is one of the most pristine places left on Earth; the region includes critical habitat for all five wild Alaskan salmon species and 377 other species of marine life.