Some examples of possible use of these weapons:
- On 21 July 2009 NATO boss De Hoop Scheffer suddenly got a heart attack while visiting Belgium during the Belgian national holiday.
- On July 26, 2009 the president of France fell to the ground while he was out running. We were told that his heart had beaten irregularly for a short period.
- On September 3, 2009, Dutch Minister Verburg collapsed whilst speaking on a subject in the House of Representatives.
- On September 14, 2010 Dutch swimming celebrity Erica Terpstra drove into a tree because of a huge coughing fit.
- In 2010 Gerard Kemkers sent Dutch champion ice skater Sven Kramer to the wrong lane at the Olympic 10 km.
- In recent years there have been several posts about groups of birds that have fallen from the sky, about groups of whales that were totally off course, and groups of cows that suddenly died.
Of course, it cannot be proven that all this was caused by electromagnetic weapons, but no one can say that this can not be done with these weapons.
And that is the reason why these weapons must be banned.
A knife leaves a stab wound, a gun leaves a bullet hole, in both cases there is perceptible damage to the body.
This is no longer the case with electromagnetic weapons.
We can make no distinction anymore between reality and what has been done.