Targeted Individuals, Gang Stalking & MKULTRA - Documentary To Show Your Family! SHORT VERSION
Targeted Individual Gang Stalking MKULTRA Monarch Mind Control Dr. John Hall Microchip Artificial Intelligence Transhumanism CIA RCMP CSIS Disinformation Fake News Propaganda Mind Reading Direct Neural Interface Brain Implant
***NOTE*** This is the 2 hour short version of the documentary. You can watch the full version here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SF3g_eqgQDU
The short version was made for the sole purpose of giving targeted individuals a normal length documentary to show family and friends that are skeptical about this very real problem we have in our society. It highlights and outlines all of the main and vital points regarding the targeted individual/human experimentation field. There is a massive amount of evidence and a vast array of prior cases that give a very significant amount of precedence to proving that there are indeed millions and millions of unwitting citizens all over the world that are being tortured, experimented on, and killed by coordinated government operations. These issues need to be exposed on a massive mainstream level so more people can understand, acknowledge, and fight against the evil entities behind them.
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Rapid advancements in human neuroscience and neurotechnology open unprecedented possibilities for accessing, collecting, sharing and manipulating information from the human brain. Such applications raise important challenges to human rights principles that need to be addressed to prevent misuse or unintended negative consequences. This proposal assesses the implications of emerging neurotechnology applications in the context of the human rights framework and suggests that existing human rights are not sufficient to respond to these emerging issues. After analysing the relationship between neuroscience and human rights, we identify four new neuro-specific human rights that will be vital in the effort of protecting the human brain: the right to cognitive liberty, the right to mental privacy, the right to mental integrity, and the right to psychological continuity.
The volume and variety of neurotechnology applications is rapidly increasing inside and outside the clinical and research setting. The ubiquitous distribution of cheaper, scalable and easy-to-use neuroapplications has the potential of opening unprecedented opportunities at the brain-machine interface level and making neurotechnology intricately embedded in our everyday life. While this technological trend may generate immense advantage for society in many ways, its implications for ethics and the law remain largely unexplored. We argue that in the light of the disruptive change that neurotechnology is determining in the digital ecosystem, the normative terrain should be urgently prepared to prevent misuse or unintended negative consequences. In addition, given the fundamental character of the neurocognitive dimension, we argue that such normative response should not exclusively focus on tort law but also on foundational issues at the level of human right law.
This proposal of neuro-specific human rights in response to emerging advancements in neurotechnology is consistent with and a logical continuation of the proposal of developing genetic-specific human rights in response to advancements in genetics and genomics as set out by the Universal Declaration on the Human Genome and Human Rights, and the International Declaration on Human Genetic Data.
The freedom of thought, freedom from slavery, torture and inhumane or degrading treatment or punishment are regarded by international human rights law as not subject to any exceptions and, therefore, as absolute rights. Absolute rights cannot be limited for any reason. No circumstance justifies a qualification or limitation of absolute rights. Absolute rights cannot be suspended or restricted, even during a declared state of emergency. The right to cognitive liberty, the right to mental privacy, the right to mental integrity, and the right to psychological continuity should also be enacted into law as absolute rights.