Has anyone ever read what Newt wrote back in the 80s? You have to read this! no words to describeSubmitted by Alexio on Tue, 12/27/2011 - 23:00
Bringing the following information forward about Newt Gingrich has the potential to shine a very alarming light on a more darker character behind the scenes. I found out about this while watching a documentary on HAARP. I've never heard anyone ever bring this up. As the media attempts to frame Ron as a racist, this info could expose Newt as a freak. I’m not sure on how to go about putting the info into solid order so I thought I would send it out to all.
“Years before he became House Speaker, Newt Gingrich wrote the foreword to an
official U.S. Air Force book that described how electromagnetic weapons can
be used to subjugate U.S. citizens who oppose the policies of the Federal
government. The publication, titled 'Low Intensity Conflict and Modern
Technology' (Lt. Col. David J. Dean, USAF, Editor), contained a chapter
written by Capt. Paul Tyler that deals with electromagnetic, (so-called)
non-lethal and psychotronic weapons.
Because of the strong support for using the U.S. military against civilians
(as clearly demonstrated by recent anti-terrorist legislation), this Air
Force publication (and its relationship to HAARP) is very significant. Capt.
"The potential applications of artificial electromagnetic fields are
wide-ranging and can be used in many military or quasi-military situations.
...Some of these potential uses include dealing with terrorist groups" (as
currently defined by the Clinton administration), "crowd control,
and...antipersonnel techniques in tactical warfare. In all cases, the
electromagnetic systems would be used to produce mild to severe
physiological disruption or perceptual distortion or disorientation"
(psychotronic weapons application).
"In addition, the ability of individuals to function could be degraded to
such a point that they would be combat ineffective. Another advantage of
electromagnetic systems is that they provide coverage over large areas with
a single system"(disguised reference to projects like HAARP).
In 1986, Congressman Newt Gingrich, in a foreword for Low Intensity Conflict and Modern Technology, wrote that the United States had a long history of coping rather successfully with low intensity threats such as the Native Americans. The present Speaker of the House of Representatives pointed out that the U.S. systematically subdued low-intensity threats to America’s politics almost without debate or news coverage. In this Air Force document Capt. Paul E. Tyler, MC, USN, described the potential for use of the electromagnetic spectrum in low- intensity conflict.
Low Intensity Conflict and Modern Technology
Paperback: 383 pages
Publisher: United States Government Printing; First Edition edition (June 1986)