How can they afford to stalk and harass victims? Maybe this will help…

When a victim-survivor talks of their experience of stalking & harassment, many people wonder, “How on earth would it be possible to finance such an operation?” Well, um, maybe this little report will help…apparently, the military cannot account for $6.5 TRILLION.

Army General Fund Adjustments Not Adequately Documented or Supported

We’re talking trillions of dollars, here, folks. This money could be used to help feed families, provide shelter to those who’ve lost their homes, and a host of many other beneficial activities.


The Navy’s unapologetic yet deadly noise campaign

I tried to pull out the best quotes…

Sounds of War: Navy Warplanes Producing Deadly Noise Around US Bases Monday, 27 July 2015 00:00
Written by 
Dahr Jamail By Dahr Jamail, Truthout | Report

“This is a public health emergency that is literally killing people.”

This stark, shocking warning about the US Navy’s war-gaming in the Pacific Northwest comes from Dr. James Dahlgren, a doctor of occupational and environmental medicine who is also a diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine.

He spoke with Truthout about how Navy warplanes flying in and out of Naval Air Station (NAS) Whidbey Island, as well as the Navy’s OLF [Outlying Field] Coupeville in Washington State’s Puget Sound, are generating chronic exposure to noise levels well in excess of 80 decibels.


The human health impacts from these levels of chronic jet noise include hearing loss, immune toxicity, insomnia, stroke, heart attacks and even death.


“Can the military be allowed to willfully and irreparably injure citizens in order to conduct their training?”

This is why we are exposed to noise campaigns…

“The cardiovascular system is at risk,” he explained. “Noise excites a classic stress response, because historically humans and other mammals are hard-wired to respond to noise as danger. So when loud noise occurs, the stress response causes an increase in blood pressure and heart rate and alertness. It is a basic biological reflex. So if I were to put a blood pressure cuff on you and expose you to those noises, your blood pressure would go up.”


He also cited a study titled, “Acoustic Noise as a Non-Lethal Weapon,” which discusses the damaging effects of noise-weapons that have been used by the military and police and said that it is important to note that the French government did studies using 140 decibels of sound as “a weapon to kill people.”

We’ve been aware of this, but to most citizens this will be a real shocker!

“We’ve had no dialogue with the Navy,” Pickard told Truthout. In fact, he said, he has been unable to get any response from the Navy whatsoever.

“Last year, some of our members went to DC and met with the deputy director of Environmental Health at the Pentagon, and we presented our health info, which we thought would be of great interest, but they already knew it all,” he said. “They knew what this does to people. They basically thanked us for coming and sent us on our way. They’d done the research; most of our information comes from them, but they just don’t care.”


Nevertheless, the military uses “national security” as the primary excuse for remaining exempt from the laws and regulations that apply to everyone else.

“The military can usurp these [regulations], and they are torturing the citizens that they have been hired to protect,” Bowman said. “Noise is becoming an ever-increasing issue. I see noise at these levels as toxic.”

Sound familiar?

“This has similarities with our situation.¬†We know that the noise levels of the military supersonic jets cause harm to people. Yet they keep doing it, and we are damaged as a result of their training by something that can’t be seen but harms us in our own homes.