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Sunday, 9 November 2014

Remote Control Project

The UK government is behind research, funding and bringing forward "remote control" military assignments on its enemies abroad including psychological operations and satellite surveillance. We can see this by the continual use of "remote control" drones and technology which doesn't require human combat.

The Oxford Research Group, part of The Oxford University are behind the research.

They are following the lead of the American government who use "remote control" technology in militarily combat.

From Murky Special Ops Have Become Corporate Bonanza

The U.S. government is paying private contractors billions of dollars to support secretive military units with drones, surveillance technology, and “psychological operations,” according to new research.

A detailed report, published last week by the London-based Remote Control Project, shines a light on the murky activities of the U.S. Special Operations Command by analysing publicly available procurement contracts dated between 2009 and 2013.

The Remote Control Project states,

"One dominant idea now is countering threats at a distance without the deployment of large military forces, what may be ‘remote control’ ... The trend is paralleled by the evolving privatisation of military forces. Connected with these ‘discreet’ military measures are cyber and surveillance activities."

This means the UK military are using "targeted individual" technology against individuals. This technology falls under remote control technology via microwaves, cell towers, acoustic weapons, "voice of God" weapons etc.

The Oxford University are behind "brain computer" interface technology. They research linking up the human brain to computers. They are involved in hideous animal experiments and mixing up the genetic pools of human and animal DNA in attempts to create hybrid embryo's.

Is there an evil these men are not involved in?

Our only hope is the return of Jesus Christ to end this madness. God speed that day.

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