Naval Academy Graduate, David Voigts, is Walking Across the Nation to Create Public Awareness of ‘Targeted Individuals.’
[Maryland, Along the American Discovery Trail, 5/24/16]: Some of the most fundamental rights of American citizens are covertly under threat today, with the rise of new surveillance methods and wireless directed energy devices. These technologies are now being tested and weaponized on thousands of unsuspecting, non-consenting citizens, sometimes call “Targeted Individuals.”
Former Naval officer and graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, David Voigts, is trekking across America, from Delaware to California, along the American Discovery Trail to raise awareness of these victims. He is planning to start his journey in May, and plans to take at least seven months to complete the trail, while educating the community along the way.
Voigts has a degree in Control Systems Engineering and served as a Naval Officer in Electronic Warfare and Nuclear Billets. While in the service, he became aware of an ongoing illegal non-consensual human experimentation project studying human-machine interface. This illegal and unethical project uses non-consenting victims referred to as “Targeted Individuals” to conduct various psychological and physical experiments with the use of electronic warfare weapons that essentially torture the victim psychologically and physically. Furthermore, the program stretches beyond that, and extends the use of these tools for purposes of suppression, retaliation, extortion, abuse, and subjugation of innocent American Citizens.
This important social issue affects hundreds of thousands of individuals in America. As these weapons are often used covertly, many victims of this electronic harassment including men, women, and children, may not know they are targeted and are not able to recognize many of the symptoms. Raising social awareness and increasing support of these critical civil rights abuses is essential to ending these crimes against humanity.
During his time at Annapolis,Voigts heard holocaust survivorspresent stories in his ethics classes, urging the future officers to take ethical matters seriously. This left an impression on Voigts, as he discovered the horrific details of this human experimentation program with electronic weapons. A true American hero, Voigts stated, “I intentionally got myself drafted into the program to help me understand it better, to help shut it down.”
For David, it is a matter of his ethical responsibility as an ex-Navy officer, and citizen, to bring such crimes into the spotlight and to bring relief to the victims. These weapons are classified and meant only for use on enemy combatants in declared warzones abroad. It is illegal and unconstitutional to use them in one’s own country, and against one’s own citizens for nefarious purposes.
David’s cross-country walk can be tracked online, and he posts his daily itinerary online. Enroute, he distributes letters and cards and wears a backpack billboard with QR codes that link to web pages with more information on this issue and the trip. He alsoshares information on his Facebook and WordPress blog. After the trip, he can be engaged for public speaking and writing on the issue.
If we want real change, we must stop the suffering of targeted individuals. By raising public awareness, we can help the victims and put to an end these illegal programs. We must stop these criminal elements in our government, and their allies in the power elite, who are carrying out these human rights violations.
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