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Crowd Control: Heat Beam Weapon

Written by Gary North on March 14, 2012

The U.S. military has invented a heat ray. The military says this ray does not kill anyone. It does not injure anyone. It merely persuades the targeted victim to leave the area very fast.

It is silent. You cannot see it. But you can feel it.

It is called the Active Denial System. It works from half a mile away.

The device has been tested on 11,000 people. Only two were injured, and only superficially, the Army says.

What is the weapon used for?

To be used in mob dispersal, checkpoint security, perimeter security, area denial, infrastructure protection, the US military envisions a wide array of uses.

There are people who think that crowd control is difficult for the authorities. It isn’t. Or won’t be after this weapon is deployed widely.

The way to protest is legally. Public protests that in any way threaten the authorities physically, as distinguished from administratively, will become lost causes.

This makes tear gas obsolete.

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8 thoughts on “Crowd Control: Heat Beam Weapon

  1. Another BIG BROTHER tactic?

  2. I don't know about you folks, but I'm starting to feel a little warm in here…;)

  3. This country has sure turned into a sad state of affairs. Time to stock up on Ammo.

  4. Nice idea, but there are a couple of really simple remedies to this technology for those targeted by the same who are simply employing their lawful U.S. Constitution guaranteed rights to freedom of speech and freedom of assembly. First, the intended victims might consider wearing reflective garmets or undergarmets, taking care to cover all normally exposed areas such as the head (with a hat or hood made of the same materials) and hands (ditto). The second potential remedy would be to wear thermally cool garmets or undergarmets with the same notations as above.

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  5. Then of course, for the more technically minded such as myself, another potentially good approach might be the employment of devices aimed at amplifying and redirecting the energies of these devices back at the peoply employing them or at their employers. Now mind you, I do not in any way suggest or condone the use of these methods in any but the most lawful of ways. But as a patriotic US citizen who has sworn twice to stand up for and defend the US Constitution and all the principles for which it stands and who absolutely abhores any means that clearly threatens the same, I am merely pointing out some of the more obvious weaknesses of this technology. There are more supbstantial ones, but I shall refrain from airing them.

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  6. SEAN MURRY says:

    As a former soldier i had traning to stand up and defend the the constitution aginst all enemies fornign or here.

  7. Extrasmooth1 says:

    Plant a few dozen of those devices on the US-Mex border – facing south! That should keep 'em away!

  8. priceless22 says:

    Got to Wikipedia…the heat waves are like a microwave oven!!!! Can you believe they are now COOKING us?

    So….if they bake a baby with microwaves and he dies…will the military be brought up on charges of murder by microwave?

    Just asking…seriously asking!