Saturday, September 08, 2007

United Kingdom Abuse of Human Rights


(And how the British government abuses them.)

Under the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted by the United Nations General Assembly Resolution 217 A (111) of 10th December 1948, the British government has, in allowing psychological torture and other cruel methods to be used against its citizens, breached the following sections of the Charter:

Sections 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 19, 12, 18, 19, 20-1, 23-1, 24, 27-1, 27-2 28, 29-1, 29-3.

Section 3 states: Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person.

(Anyone undergoing psychological torture and repression has very limited liberty and certainly no personal security at all.)

Section 5 states: No one shall be subject to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.

(Psychological torture has been defined by the Rehabilitation Center for Torture Victims (IRCT) in Denmark, as being the very worst form of torture possible. Psychological torture is without doubt cruel, inhuman and degrading.)

Section 7 states: All are equal before the law and are entitled without any discrimination to equal protection of the law. All are entitled to equal protection against any discrimination in violation of the Declaration and against any incitement to such discrimination.

(Torture in Britain is carried out without any formal charges being brought against political dissidents; therefore, they are denied the right to refute any allegations made against them by the security services. Also, the British security services incite acts of violence and discrimination against dissidents by alleging they are ‘communists, agitators, subversives, etc.’ Security also attempts to criminalise dissidents.)

Section 8 states: Everyone has the right to an effective remedy by the competent national tribunals for acts violating the fundamental rights granted him by the constitution or by law.

(The British security services carry out psychological torture and other cruel acts against dissidents without bringing any charges against them, and so completely avoid the law.)

Section 9 states: No one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest detention or exile.

(In the United Kingdom dissidents are forced into internal exile.)

Section 10 states: Everyone is entitled in full equality to a fair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal, in the determination of his rights and obligations and of any criminal charge against him.

(The British security services avoid this section completely by not bringing any formal charges against dissidents. They therefore deny dissidents the right of a public hearing. British security has simply appointed itself as judge, jury and executioner.)

Section 12 states: No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, home or correspondence, or to attacks upon his honor and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks.

(The British security services and the police consistently use sleep deprivation against dissidents, tap the telephones, faxes and computers of dissidents, use bugging devices inside the homes of dissidents, censor the mail of dissidents, interfere with dissidents families And continually impinge upon the honor and reputation of dissidents.)

Section 18 states: Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.

(Rigid censorship in Britain prevents true freedom of thought, inquiry or expression. And, because of a climate of fear created by the security services around a dissident; i, e – the same may happen to potential supporters, and others, as it does to the dissident, the dissident may effectively be prevented from carrying out his beliefs.)

Section 19 states: Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.

(Dissident writers in the United Kingdom may be continually hounded and harassed by British security when voicing their opinions and they are denied the means to express themselves through any media because of the rigid censorship imposed in Britain, even the dissident’s e-mail is read by the police and security services. The media is also reluctant to accept work from some dissidents because of the fear of retaliation by the security services if they do so.)

Section 20-1 states: Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association.

(The British security services continually invoke public hostility towards dissidents so preventing free association of almost any kind.)

Section 23-1 states: Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favorable conditions of work and to protection against unemployment.

(The British security services do everything within their considerable power to invoke hostility and harassment against the dissident whilst he is at work. Should the dissident work from home or from his own office, security will continually tap his telephone, fax, computer, e-mail, etc, in direct attempts at preventing the dissident from making a living.)

Section 24 states: Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay.

(British security uses sleep deprivation as an integral part of their psychological torture techniques against dissidents, and so proper rest for the dissident is impossible.)

Section 27-1 states: Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancements and its benefits.

(As a part of their actions against dissident’s British security invokes continual public hostility against the dissident so preventing his free association within the cultural life of the community therefore depriving him of any benefits from it.)

Section 27-2 states: Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from and scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author.

(A dissident writer in Britain may be prevented from carrying out his work properly by the continual harassment and psychological torture inflicted on him by British security. And because the writer may be continually censored in various ways, his work will be denied publication with the resulting loss of income.)

Section 28 states: Everyone is entitled to a social and international order in which the rights and freedoms set forth in this declaration can be fully realized.

(The dissident in the United Kingdom may well be driven into internal exile and so denied almost any rights at all. Indeed, the dissidents home may well become his prison.)

Section 29-1 states: Everyone has duties to the community in which alone the free and full development of his personality is possible.

(Psychological torture techniques, to which a dissident may be subjected, are expressly designed to degrade and destroy the normal human personality.)

Section 29-2 states: In the exercise of his rights and freedoms, everyone shall be subject only to such limitations as are determined by law solely for the purpose of securing due recognition and respect for the rights and freedoms of others and of meeting the just requirements of morality, public order and the general welfare in a democratic society.

(The dissident in the United Kingdom is, in effect, deprived of almost all his rights.)

Section 29-3 states: These rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations.

(The dissident in the United Kingdom is deprived of almost all of his rights.)

Why the British security services continually get away with violating the ‘rights’ of citizens?

The powers held by government security services worldwide are by now well known by almost all journalists and writers. The average citizen is almost totally helpless when trying to combat actions taken against him, or her, by a government security service. These security services have almost unlimited resources they can call upon at any time. And, as we have seen, these security services are in almost every respect a law unto themselves. Dissidents, inside their own countries, appear to have no access to any law that will protect them. They are quickly isolated and tortured at will until they break down, commit suicide or are murdered. Once upon a time the media would have exposed these outrages, but today ‘the media’ is owned or controlled by big business and governments, the very people who are responsible for the dissident’s plight in the first place.

We the tortured know this to be true because of own experiences. Our knowledge is also backed up by former government security agents who have not only refused to continue their previous work but who have fully exposed their own part in the repression of citizens who sought to put an end to such abuses. One of these ex-government agents, Barbara Hartwell, has suffered much abuse and harassment for daring to expose repression in America. As have other ex-agents, all of who are now on a government ‘black list’ which condemns them to electronic harassment, persecution and other human rights abuses, including torture, for the rest of their lives. Barbara Hartwell was a CIA deep cover operative with insider knowledge of CIA black ops. Her credibility and exposes of government misdeeds have been endorsed by other CIA agents and by retired FBI Senior Special Agent and Bureau Chief, Mr. Ted Gunderson, who conducted his own investigation into Barbara Hartwell’s allegations against the American government. Ex-government British agents have also done the same.

Only dissidents with a wide knowledge of security techniques, plus experience in such matters, are likely to survive today’s government torturers. Therefore, dissidents should, wherever possible, try to get away from the country where they are being persecuted and suppressed. Doing so offers no guarantee that ‘security’ and their ‘agents’ will not follow them but the dissident will at least have some respite to gather his/her wits and try to form some kind of defense against their repression, and perhaps even begin a new life for them selves. The degenerate tormentors and torturers employed by governments are, as a rule, only confident in themselves when surrounded by their own kind in their own environment. Inside their own countries, these torturers portray themselves as saviors of the people, but outside of it, they rarely dare to show their true faces. Out of their own protected element, they are no more than modern day, Nazis who hide in the dark hoping that none of their victims will recognize them and seek a just revenge.

Sadly however, that is the only revenge most torture victims will ever get. Modern day torturers with high-tech torture devices practice their trade with impunity. They hide behind governments and huge business corporations – they use dozens of different security stooges who move about entire countries going from one victim to the next so that their faces will never register long enough to be remembered by either their victims or a gullible public they deceive into supporting their actions. Security services know exactly what kind of evidence is needed to bring them to justice and they make very sure that no such evidence becomes available to any lawyer who just might try to bring them to trial. I say might, because so far the vast majority of lawyers in Britain and America have avoided getting involved in torture trials at all, let alone when such a trial might involve government security agencies. The lawyers who do dare to face up to governments and their torturers are very few and far between. Attempts to form an International Criminal Court by the United Nations where torturers from any country can be brought to trial have been strongly resisted by Britain, Germany and the United States. They know only too well that they have been responsible for crimes against humanity and they seek to exempt any of their citizens from being held or arrested for such crimes in the future.

The United States still does have a measure of free speech (though it is not apparent in the mainstream press), and many torture victims there have held conferences and publicized their repression. More details of which can be found on at least one web site and other Websites. Both of the above web sites offer extensive links to a great many other web sites scattered around the world, all of which detail the repression and torture that is being carried out in countries that hypocritically portray themselves as being ‘free democracies.’ One online American newspaper ‘The Napa Valley Sentinel’ also features excellent articles on ‘Mind-Control.’

Sadly, free speech is pretty much confined to on-line reporting these days. That is where you will find the majority of good honest writers who still retain the ability to call a spade a spade. The rest of the newspaper publishing industry is little more than an embarrassment to anyone with a mind of their own. These ‘newspapers’ feature plenty of advertising but very little real news. That is the reason why so many people in The United Kingdom and the United States are not aware of what is happening right inside their own countries.

It is true that a great many people now have computers and are on-line, but many of these computers are used more as playthings more than anything else. Very little is done to educate computer users in the politics of the real world. Censorship, both online and off, is still progressing at a rapid rate. In trying to hide information that should freely be available to all people, governments – under the guise of ‘preventing terrorism’, are forcing Internet service providers and hosts to reveal all kind of information about their clients. Particularly in the United Kingdom where surveillance of all kinds, added to an already overbearing authoritarian government, have turned Britain into the worst police state in Europe.

Hiding under the cloak of ‘democracy’ fascism has gained a large foothold in many countries around the world. So much so it’s doubtful that the situation can easily be reversed. Indeed, like it or not the multinational corporations do now run the world with secret governments. They control politicians, their armed forces, and the media. Soon they may also have total control over the Internet. Most opposition to fascism will then be contained.

For as long as can be remembered politicians have started wars through outright lies, deceptions and propaganda. Exactly the same methods will be used to prevent populations from gaining the true democracy and freedom most people desire. Many people in the United States believe that because they are armed they are in a position to protect their assumed freedoms. That, however, is a false hope. The ‘secret government’ will simply label them as ‘internal terrorists’ and order them to be ‘neutralized’ as such by the security services and the military. As indeed many people in other countries worldwide already have been neutralized. That American forces will never enforce such tyranny on their own citizens is misguided to say the least. Fascism brings out the very worst in people. The past has clearly shown us that in one country after another millions of citizens have easily been duped into supporting the most repressive measures imaginable against their own peoples. Only a fool would believe that it couldn’t happen everywhere else. It can, and it is already beginning to happen right now in Europe and in the United States. Most people just don’t know about it yet. But they soon will. It’s just a matter of time, so be prepared to defend yourself against repression.

If you are a British or American victim of repression, you should contact the Website and send full details of yourself plus a current contact addresses, to them as soon as possible. They maintain a list of torture victims and it is in your own interest to be included.

It should be noted that Human Rights Organizations within Britain all have a very poor record of helping victims who have been tortured by British security services within the British mainland. Particularly in regard to the use of microwave, weapon’s and other repressive measures, that security secretly uses against some dissidents. Had UK human rights organizations spoken out against these terrible weapons and brought them to the attention of the public at large the use of them might well have been eased and possibly prevented.

If you do manage to find an organization that does help, British victims of government abuse inside Britain please contact me with full details.

Dr Les Dove


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