It was recently announced that John Alexander has joined the advisory board of Australian electric bullet maker Harrington Group Limited. The maker of ShockRounds™, has also brought onboard human experimentation specialist, Christopher ‘Kit’ Green, and pharmacologists Edward Stephen and Allen Bain. Stephen & Bain both have experience in electrophysiology.
The appointment of four experts in the field of mind control, torture and human experimentation with ties to military intelligence and the pharmaceutical industries raises serious questions about what the Harrington Group may ultimately be up to.
Harrington Group uses piezoelectric technologies to convert internal pressure within bullets and other projectiles into electrical shocks sufficient to incapicitate the target. This means that when a person is shot by one of their electric bullets the person will not be able to move. While this could be a good thing for police trying to stop someone on PCP, the fact that rubber bullets may now carry high voltage charges raises the threat to activists and democracy demonstrators. The deaths attributed to the level of voltage produced by Tasers has shown that so-called non-lethal weapons are often simply less lethal than other weapons.
The human body is electro-chemical in nature and the most effect less-lethal weapons will be electro-magnetic and chemical in nature. Given the popular aversion to chemical weapons and scenes of carnage, it stands to reason that the weapons of choice for the new global empire will be electro-magnetic & hard to detect chemicals. The US has been testing a wide variety of electromagnetic weapons in Iraq and has budgeted substantial amounts of money to the development and deployment of electro-magnetic weapons.
When one considers the fact that the mere electro-magnetic signature of drugs and chemicals can be as effective as the substance itself (www.digibio.com), is it possible that an electrical charge could be an effective stealth alternative to chemical weapons. If a person was shot with a very small bullet that emitted a programmed electro-magnetic field the effects of drugs and chemicals could be induced without leaving any evidence of illegal chemical weapons.
Why shoot someone with a conventional bullet and have to deal with the potentially negative press if you can simply incapitate their ability and will to resist by shooting them with a rubber bullet or a small and less lethal bullet?
The roll-out of the global empire relies heavily on social engineering and John Alexander is one of it’s leading architects.
It is claimed that John Alexander actually has a degree in thanatology – the study of death, which is perhaps the source of his nickname. His moniker could also be due to the fact that he led the illegal Operation Phoenix in Vietnam in which tens of thousands of civilians were tortured and murdered.
He is the official unofficial man-in-black who makes sure that the truth about things like UFOs and remote viewing are prevented from reaching the light of day. He sits on the board of virtually every organization that might make a serious effort to seriously study anomalous phenomenon or promote human evolution, such as the International Remote Viewing Assocation (IRVA) and the Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE). He made sure that the National Institutes of Discovery Science (NIDS) didn’t reveal more than a tiny fraction of what their extensive research turned up.
Witnesses have reported that he frequently puts in a presence at UFO conferences to zap attendees with the latest in portable electronic weapons.
Alexander’s touch of death isn’t reserved just for science & weapons. In 2003 Alexander was given a four year development contract with Platinum Studios, a company that does comic book to film adaptations. Social engineers Tom Clancy and Michael Crichton have publicly praised Col. John Alexander for help on their books.
Following are the official bios of the new members of Harrington Group’s advisory board:
Col. (retired) John Alexander, PhD
Colonel Alexander is recognized as one of the world’s leading authorities on non-lethal weapons and is credited with developing the modern concept of non-lethal defence. He currently serves as a consultant to the US Joint Special Operations University and is a member of the National Research Council Committee for Assessment of Non-Lethal Weapons Science and Technology in the US.
Colonel Alexander continues to consult to the US government and provides guidance in military situations globally. Most recently, he served as a mentor to the senior leadership of the Afghan MOD in Kabul. He previously headed the Los Alamos Laboratory program on non-lethal weapons and has served as the US representative on four international studies conducted by NATO.
Colonel Alexander is the author of “Future War” — recognised as “the bible for those seeking answers to the role of non-lethal weapons in modern warfare,” according to General E.C. Meyers, former Chief of Staff, US Army.
As a member of the Council on Foreign Relations non-lethal warfare study, he was instrumental in the report that is credited with prompting the Department of Defence to create a formal Non-Lethal Weapons Policy in July 1996. He has also conducted numerous non-lethal warfare briefings to the highest levels of government including the White House Staff, National Security Council, Members of Congress, Director of Central Intelligence and senior Defense officials.
Christopher C. Green, MD, PhD, FAAFS
Dr. Green is in the practice of forensic medicine (American Academy of Forensic Sciences) and neuroimaging (Detroit Medical Center/Harper University Hospital/Wayne School of Medicine). His work clinically relates to his expertise as a neurophysiologist with a specialty in electrophysiology. A special research interest involves the way cognition in “making decisions under stress” are modulated by brain systems and neuromuscular control. He is both a faculty member at the Medical School and Fellow in Diagnostic Radiology, and Executive Director for Emergent Technologies.
Dr. Green serves on numerous Department of Defense, Intelligence and National Academy of Sciences Commissions. He Chairs the Science Board for the Undersecretary of the Army for Operations Research and has served as Chair of the Board on Army Science and Technology. He holds the National Intelligence Medal for investigations in forensic intelligence and served as an Officer and continues as a consultant with the Central Intelligence Agency.
Edward L. Stephen, DVM
Dr. Edward L. Stephen is a specialist in bioterrorism and biodefense and in this field also heads up the biodefense division of MDM Group, Inc (MDDM).
His initial working assignment was at Ft. Detrick where, in the Special Operations Division, he played key roles in bioterrorism defense including assessment of vulnerability of limited targets such as the New York subway system and the Pentagon. Further, he was involved in the RandD of a range of weapons and helped to test and evaluate various kinds of drugs, chemicals, and toxins as they might relate to capture or restraint.
Most recently and for the past five (5) years, Dr. Stephen has been a Senior Project Manager at the International Science and Technology Center (ISTC; www.istc.ru). In this role, he has been evaluating the scientific experience and expertise of scientists and support personnel involved in the RandD of biological weapons of mass destruction (BioWMD). He has reviewed the credentials and publications of scientists and support personnel of literally thousands of individuals as the initial step of integrating this experience and expertise into collaborative bio-defense research projects between the governments of Russia and the US. During future visits to Russia, he will be discussing the current and future RandD needs of the Harrington Group with various organisations.
Allen I Bain, PhD
Dr. Bain is a pharmacologist focused on new drug development including, treatments for disorders of the brain, heart and other electrically active tissue. As a co-founder, officer, or director of several companies spanning nearly two decades, Dr. Bain has participated in leadership roles in both the business and the science of drug discovery. Most notably, Dr. Bain co-founded Cardiome Pharma, whose flagship ion channel modulating drug to treat cardiac arrhythmias is in Phase 3 clinical trials in the U.S., supported by a large pharmaceutical company. Until recently, Dr. Bain was an honorary lecturer at the Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics at the University of British Columbia, where he was awarded his doctorate in pharmacology in 1994 for his work in neuroscience.
Harrington Group Limited is owned primarily by MDM Group, Inc., based in Santa Clara, California and publicly traded on the OTC PinkSheets in the US under the symbol “MDDM”. MDM Group is focused on investing in and commercializing technologies that address needs within the homeland defense and security industries. Their stock has floated between $1 and $4 dollars since the company was formed in late 2001. Executive Chairman, CEO, & Director is reported to be Peter Boonen and Chris Nichols is the VP of Strategy.