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Wrong Julianne McKinney?

Julianne McKinney

Director of the Electronic Surveillance Project

Association of National Security Alumni , Electronic Surveillance Project

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Octopus - Iona Miller Subjects

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"Since 1992, when `Microwave Harassment and Mind Control Experimentation' was published, directed energy technologies appear to have evolved at such a rapid rate that they are now [in 1993] being tentatively promoted as the `Final Solution' to crime at a classified conference sponsored by the Los Alamos National Laboratory ..." --former CIA employee Julianne McKinney, Association of National Security Alumni, Electronic Surveillance Project
The letter had been written to U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno by a former CIA employee, Julianne McKinney, on letterhead stationary originating from the "Association of National Security Alumni, Electronic Surveillance Project, P.O. Box 13625, Silver Spring, Maryland 209113625." > McKinney's concern focused primarily on future law enforcement application of "psychotronic" tools, or directedenergy weapons technologies. "What, so far, has prevented this goverment and its contractors from testing these technologies on U.S. citizens under involuntary circumstances?," she asked.


Microchips impiantati nel corpo umano

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Julianne McKinney , MicrowaveHarassment & Mind-Control Experimentation , Silver Spring, MD:
Association of National Security Alumni , 1992, pages 15-16.


Medical Industry & Licenses to Commit Murder

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[1] 'MICROWAVE HARASSMENT AND MIND-CONTROL EXPERIMENTATION' by Julianne McKinney, Director, Electronic Surveillance Project, Association of National Security Alumni, December 1992


www.theominousparallels.net

This is the only known interview by Julianne McKinney, a former army intelligence officer who has labored to
expose electronic harassment and mind control torture of many, many thousands of victims world-wide. In introduction, investigative journalist Greg Syzmanski comments that "after an extensive career in US Army Intelligence as an area intelligence officer, on return to civilian life Julianne McKinney became a member of the Association of National Security Alumni, an organization of former intelligence officers dedicated to exposing excesses by the US intelligence services. Appointed as director of the electronic surveillance project, in 1991 Julianne authored the publication "Microwave Harassment and Mind Control Experimentation", still recognized today as one of the most authoritative documents on the subject. Within the interview, Julianne McKinney makes the frightening observation that the ultimate objective may be "to control and choreograph those who are involved in these harassment operations on the dispensing end.


Big Brother’s Recipe for ‘Revolution in Military Affairs’

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In a 1993 supplement to the original report, written by Julianne McKinney, Director of the Electronic Surveillance Project and author of the initial report, it states:
Upon reading the Strategic Studies Institute paper, 'The Revolution in Military Affairs and Conflict Short of War', McKinney wrote to the authors, Steven Metz, PhD., and LTC James Kievit, to critique its content. In the letter, McKinney writes: 'First, I noticed a rather curious omission in your paper; namely, the impact of a 'revolutionised' military on the rights of US citizens as they might be inferred to exist under Article IX of the United States Constitution. True, you have expressed some concern about potential 'ethics' violations resulting from unconstrained evolutionary or revolutionary processes; however, I see no reference anywhere in your paper to the military's primary responsibility in upholding, protecting and defending the US Constitution.' 18 Armed with information gathered during investigations by the Electronic Surveillance Project, as well as the testimony of the individuals whose cases the Project has studied, McKinney suggested in her letter that the 'recipe' for a successful 'revolution in military affairs' (RMA) was, in fact, considered some 30 years ago and may presently consist of the following ingredients: 'Satanic Cults; UFO cults; Directed-Energy Technologies; Neurocybernetics/Psychotechnologies; Biotechnologies/Experimental Drugs; Multinational Government Contractors and Subsidiaries; Investment Portfolios and Other Financial Inducements; Imported Foreign National Scientists; A Controlled and Compliant Media; Decentralised US Government Control; An Induced Crime Wave.' 19 Julianne McKinney herself is a former US Army intelligence officer who apparently ran operatives out of Berlin. Bearing this in mind, it is perhaps reasonable to assume that she would have a fair understanding of the typical mindset of members of the national security establishment, and that her list of 'ingredients' may therefore be based on something more than idle and uninformed speculation. One 'experimentee' from whom this author recently received correspondence refers to Ms McKinney's assessment as 'impeccable military know-how'. McKinney wryly (and accusingly) suggests in her missive to Metz and Kievit of the SSI that the above ingredients might result in their desired 'revolution in military affairs' if combined in the following manner: 17. Julianne McKinney, 'Microwave Harassment & Mind Control Experimentation', Report Supplement, November 1993 (with refs.), Electronic Surveillance Project, Association of National Security Alumni, Silver Spring, Maryland, USA 18. Correspondence from Julianne McKinney, Director of the Electronic Surveillance Project, Association of National Security Alumni to Steven Metz, Ph.D., amd LTC James Kievit, cc: Col. 21. Entire recipe for 'RMA' in correspondence from Julianne McKinney, Director of the Electronic Surveillance Project, Association of National Security Alumni, to Steven Metz, Ph.D and LCT James Kievit, op cit.


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