Guided by the purposes and principles of the United Nations, recalling also that the obligation and the primary responsibility to promote and protect human rights and fundamental freedoms lie with the State, and that the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights: Implementing the United Nations “Protect, Respect and Remedy” Framework sets out that States have a duty to protect, and that business enterprises, including technology companies, have a responsibility to respect human rights, and
Bearing in mind that neurotechnology allows the connecting of the human brain directly to digital networks through devices and procedures that may be used, among other things, to access, monitor and manipulate the neural system of the person, and
Having regard to the Consolidated version of the treaty on the European Union, and in particular Article 2, where the heads of the European Union member states confirm “their attachment to the principles of liberty, democracy and respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms and of the rule of law”, and
Having regard to Articles 3, 5, 8, 9, 13 and 17 of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, which all lay down an unconditional, comprehensive prohibition on abuse of human rights, torture and other cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment, and
Having regard to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the United Nations Organization, and
Having regard to other provisions, in particular the United Nations Declaration Against Torture and the 1984 United Nations Convention Against Torture or Punishment and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment, and , and
Having regard to the Resolution 3452 (XXX) of the General Assembly of the United Nations Declaration on the Protection of All Persons from Being Subjected to Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment , which all place an obligation on States to prevent torture,
We deem that it is appropriate, with respect to the advances in directed energy weapons developments, scientific research in neurotechnology, published existence of the Havana syndrome and evidence of the existence of means capable to remotely control the activity of the individual human nervous system as well as nervous systems of human beings in large areas of the planet , to introduce amendments to the documents of the European Union founding its existence and defining its fundamental policies. Those documents should enlarge the legal definitions protecting human rights and democracy and enlarge the definition of torture with respect to the existence of the above-mentioned technologies and dual use neurotechnologies.
Due to advances in physical science and neurotechnology, it is crucial to introduce in the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union the following amendments, which should then be reflected in the legislations of the member states of the European Union:
Article 1 states: “Human dignity is inviolable. It must be respected and protected”.
It should be amended in this way: “It is unacceptable that any human being in the European Union could be deprived of his or her dignity by manipulation of his or her nervous system and personality by dual use neurotechnologies”.
Article 2 states: “Everyone has the right to life”. It should be amended in this way: “Nobody will be deprived of his or her right to life by the use of weapons based on the effects of physical fields on the human body or nervous system to cause the death of a person by remotely-produced heart attack (pg.250) ; suffocation (pg. 254); any form of cancer; diabetes; myocardial infarction; haemorrhage in the brain; thrombosis in the lungs, formation of blood clots (pg.485) or any other deadly disease or malfunction of organs produced at a distance by electromagnetic or any other physical fields. Use of such fields to kill people will be considered, murder.
Article 3 on the Right to the integrity of the person has to be amended in the following way:
1. Everyone has the right to respect his or her physical and mental integrity.
2. In the fields of medicine and biology, the following must be respected in particular:
– the free and informed consent of the person concerned, according to the procedures laid down, by law,
– the prohibition of eugenic practices, in particular those aiming at the selection of persons,
– the prohibition on making the human body and its parts as such a source of financial gain,
– the prohibition of the reproductive cloning of human beings.
3. It is prohibited, under harsh sentences, to remotely access human brains for other than medical purposes with the use of technical means to decipher its activity and to control it . (pg.250,251,256)  
Article 4 on Prohibition of torture and inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment has to be amended in the following way:
1. No one shall be subjected to torture or to inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.
2. Depriving a person of his or her free will with the use of dual use neurotechnologies imposing on him or her thoughts, emotions (pg.250) , hallucinations etc. or manipulating his or her subconscious and turning him or her, in this way, into a toy in the hands of manipulators (pg. 321, J.F. Schapitz) will be considered to be a torture, as well as imposing on him or her, in this way, sicknesses, illnesses, malfunction of organs or pain, control of limbs or producing pains or burns inside, or on, his or her body, by means of electromagnetic waves, directed energy weapons or other, as yet unpublished, physical means discovered by quantum physics research (for example non-local electron and photon connection or potential fields , ).
Article 6 on the Right to liberty and security has to be amended in this way:
Everyone has the right to liberty and security, including the protection of his or her body by the law from abuse of this right by electromagnetic waves, directed energy or other physical fields or methods discovered by quantum physics, and including the protection of his or her nervous system from abuse by those energies, combined with the use of dual use neurotechnologies.
Article 7 on the Respect for private and family life has to be amended in this way:
Everyone has the right to respect his or her private and family life, home, and communications. Abusing this right by applying to human beings electromagnetic waves, directed energy, or other physical fields or methods discovered by quantum physics, or combining those radiations or technologies with dual use neurotechnologies, interfering with his or her brain activity, is forbidden by the law under heavy penalties. 
Article 8 on the Protection of personal data has to be amended in the following way:
1. Everyone has the right to the protection of his or her own personal data, including the data contained in his or her brain. This data must not be collected from anyone for other than medical purposes and even for those purposes it must not be done without the informed consent of the person .
2. Other data, than data contained in his or her brain, must be processed fairly for specified purposes and on the basis of the consent of the person concerned or some other legitimate basis laid down by law. Everyone has the right of access to this other data which has been collected concerning him or her, and the right to have it rectified.
2. Compliance with these rules shall be subject to control by an independent authority. 
Article 10 on the freedom of thought, conscience and religion has to be amended in this way:
1. Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion. This right includes freedom to change religion or belief and freedom, either alone or in community with others, in public or in private, to manifest religion or belief, in worship, teaching, practice and observance.
2. Imposing thoughts by means of dual-use neurotechnologies, using technical means to produce remotely thoughts in the brains of human beings, is strictly prohibited under harsh sentences (pg.321, J.F. Schapitz).
3. The right to conscientious objection is recog nised, in accordance with the national laws governing the exercise of this right.

Chapter 5 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union has to be updated with this preamble:
To make sure that the democracy in the European Union will be preserved for future decades, the use of neurotechnologies enabling remote control of the activity of human nervous systems, thoughts, emotions etc, by means of pulsing of the transmissions of mobile phone systems in brain frequencies , or manipulating the ionosphere to produce extra-long electromagnetic waves in brain frequencies , , or producing such electromagnetic waves in the electric grids or any other systems transmitting energy into human brains interfering with their activities in any area of the planet will be prohibited to the government officials of the European Union Member states or any other governments agencies, corporations or organizations, on, or above, the territory of the European Union, under heavy penalties. 
To make sure that this prohibition is observed as well as the prohibition to access brain data of individual brains, the governments of the Member states will establish teams, which will be equipped by the means that will enable them to detect radiations and other technical inventions, capable of controlling the human brains activities. Scientists, with the expertise in those fields, will be obliged by the law to advise those teams, whenever they ask for it. The teams must be trained to use this equipment and among their members should be representatives of at least two renowned human rights organizations, who will be paid by those organizations, and obliged by the law not to disclose the technologies, enabling remote access, to the activity of the human brains, and will publish the prohibited use of those technologies and identities of the abusers, including governments and their officials. The trespassers will be punished by long sentences in prison. By the same, sentences will be punished anyone, including government officials or government agencies officials, who will authorise insertions or insert in the brains or other parts of the bodies of human beings, chips, graphene , or any other nanoparticles or viruses facilitating the control of the activity of the human nervous system for other than medical purposes. Even for medical purposes, it can be done only with the informed consent of the person. Inserting those materials into food, water, inoculation or aerosols or authorisation of those insertions by government officials will be punished by life in prison. Scientists, who will be aware of such actions, will be obliged, by law, under harsh penalties, to inform media of such actions and media will be obliged, by law, to publish such incriminating information.
Production, use or trade with all types of pulse generators pulsing electromagnetic or other energy from 0 Hz to 100 Hz will be prohibited by law under the penalty of a minimum of 15 years in prison with the exception of pulse generators produced and used for medical purposes. Those pulse generators will be registered at the production site and their presence in the medical establishments will be under permanent protection and control.
Transmissions of any type of energy in the frequencies from 0 to 100 Herz are prohibited by law under penalty of a minimum of 15 years in prison.
In order to fully meet the objective, to secure the freedom of thought of their citizens, the Member states of the European Union will publish the existence of technologies of remote control of the activity of the human nervous system, disclosing what kinds of radiation, or brain to brain connection, can be used for remote control of the activity of the human nervous system, without disclosing the actual procedures which are used to achieve such control. The scientists will be obliged, by law, under harsh penalties, to disclose the existence of such technologies to the general public in case governments, or other entities, try to hide them. The government officials, who will try to hide them, will be punished by a minimum of 15 years in prison. In addition, the knowledgeable scientists will be obliged, by law, to help the teams, who will be detecting the unlawful activities.
The possible means of attacking the human body and manipulation of the human nervous system activities from any distance include: weapons or weapons systems operating on electromagnetic energy, directed energy, and any energy acquired with the use of quantum physics principles and enabling entrainment of the activity of the human brains and bodies, such as electromagnetic weapons, magnetic weapons, directed energy weapons, weapons producing low frequency electromagnetic waves in the ionosphere and consequently in human brains, weapons based on pulsing of cell phone energy transmissions, interfering with brain activities and all weapons producing brain frequencies of neuronal activities at any distance and used in this way to kill, torture or manipulate human beings, or to inflict other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment to them. To facilitate the operation of those weapons, it is illegal to use aerosol spreading of nanoparticles or intoxication of food, water or vaccinations with graphene or other nanoparticles or viruses, capable of penetrating into the human brain and function there as antennas, reinforcing the effects of photons or other particles or fields on neuronal activity.
To ensure the implementation of this strategy, to preserve human rights in the coming years and decades, the European Union will, in addition to the publication of the existence of those technologies, actively work for international treaties, banning the use of those technologies, by every state and country, on the planet. The control of the observation of this ban will be conferred by the United Nations Organization. As a part of this process the European Union will renounce its participation in the NATO program of non-lethal weapons, using “Directed Energy Weapons that can allegedly manipulate human behaviour in a variety of unusual ways… with systems which can directly interact with the human nervous systems” (quoted from the European Parliament document on Crowd Control Technologies” from the year 2000, (pg. 25 and 69),
to take into account, new data and technological developments which list the torturous and/or murderous weapons of this kind, and the parts and equipment, covered by the EU regulation, which must be kept under review. To make provision for a specific procedure to amend this list the Commission and the Member States should inform each other of the measures taken, under this regulation, and of other relevant information at their disposal, in connection with this regulation.
Member States should lay down rules of penalties applicable to infringements of the provisions of this Regulation and ensure that they are implemented. Those penalties should be effective, proportionate, and dissuasive.
All those actions are absolutely necessary to ensure that any person in the European Union Member States will be able to enjoy its freedom of thought when deciding for whom it will cast its vote in the election or what is his or her political opinion as well as what are his or her life options.

Proposed definitions for the European Union Member States legislations 
In updated EU fundamental documents “torture” should include the use of torture weapons based on distant effects of physical fields or other technologies on the human nervous system or bodies to commit any act by which severe pain or suffering, including physical or mental violence, is intentionally inflicted on a person for such purposes including, but not limited to, production of Havana Syndrome, hearing voices in a person’s mind, psychological programming by ultrasound messages delivered into the neurons by means of physical fields, remote inducement of physical or mental illnesses, mood management, control of emotions, imposition of thoughts in the minds of persons or populations by means of physical fields, remote virtual sexual assault by stimulation of nerves controlling orgasm, electronic dissolution of memory or implanting of false memories, remote reading and controlling of thoughts, remotely produced tinnitus, remotely induced actions, remotely induced epilepsy, remotely induced muscle pains and cramps, remotely induced backaches, vibrations in various parts of the body, ear tumours, brain tumours and organized stalking.
Mojmir Babacek
Chairman of the Spolek za zákaz manipulace lidské nervové soustavy radiofrekvenčním zářením (Citizen´s association for the ban of manipulation of the human nervous system by radiofrequency radiation)
(Czech Republic)
Harald Brems
Schutzschild e.V. (Germany)

Richard Lighthouse
Targeted Justice (United States)

Peter Mooring
STOPEG Foundation (STOP Electronic weapons and Gangstalking)
Ph: +31 6 4124 3030

Melanie Vritschan
International Coalition Against Electronic Torture and Robotization of Living Beings (ICATOR)
Avenue Paul Hymans 120/47, B – 1200 Brussels (Belgium)
Ph: +32 472 11 71 27

Paolo Dorigo for ACOFOINMENEF (Association against all forms of mental and neurophysiological interference and control)
Ph: +39 3473573448


Ph: +39-3928467252

Mikael Eleman for Föreningen för hjärnans integritet i Sverige (Society for brain integrity in Sweden)

Zofia Filipiak for
Stowarzyszenie STOP Zorganizowanym Elektronicznym Torturom
tel. +48 500 865 420

Frank Allen
The Allen Institute for Human Rights (The United States of America)
Galina Kurdina
Organization of Victims of Psychotronic (Mind Control) Weapons