Vice are an "alternative media" company based in
who cover subjects a lot of the mainstream... or more mainstream... media does not. They filmed at last year's Bases
Project conference, see: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2016/11/ben-emlyn-jones-at-bases-2016-video.html,
and interviewed many people, including me. I make a rule never to speak to the
mainstream media, but the Vice interviewer and camera crew assured me that
their production would never be shown on any mainstream TV platform. I believe
them, especially after watching it. Their programme is a documentary about
targeted individuals and how their experiences affect their lives. The forty-eight
minute production features profiles of several TI's, including people I know
such as Kieron Lee Perrin who has implants inserted into his head and other
parts of his body. Another is a woman called Fiona whom I don't know, but I'm
sure I have met her. She moves from place to place, staying at friends' houses;
and even in a luggage locker. She has gone to great expense to purchase a lead
lined coverall, similar to the ones used by X-ray staff in hospitals. This
keeps the electromagnetic rays away from her so she can live a semi-normal
life. Kieron and his friend Shane suffer "voice to skull" harassment
where they hear voices in their heads. This is not science fiction. Patents
exist for this technology and it is currently being adapted into a new
generation of hearing aids for the deaf. The voices are very aggressive,
antisocial and rude. At one point the presenter is told: "go fuck
yourself!" Shane's dog has also been attacked and somebody even broke into
his house and left excrement on his bed. The presenter is a hip young man with
accent. He asks the requisite questions, whether the TI's might be mistaken, or
have their beliefs reinforced by their peer group and researchers like me. He
questions whether their experiences are just mental illness. However the
evidence is overwhelming that this is not the case and the programme does present
that evidence openly. It also addresses the tragic story of Max Spiers with far
more honesty and professionalism than the recent travesty by the BBC, see: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2017/02/fractured-death-of-max-spiers.html.
See here for Targeted Individuals by Vice: https://video.vice.com/en_uk/video/targeted-individuals-government-mind-control/58c94f81e0d2f8177bfd7044. (This link might expire after a certain amount of time. If a more permanent one becomes available I will add it here.
Vice are to be congratulated. They have achieved something that much bigger and better funded TV companies have utterly failed at. They have made a documentary about a UFO/paranormal/conspiracy subject that is reasonably factual, informative and proficient. It was a very pleasant surprise. See the background links below for my litany of previous debacles. Unlike most TV shows, Vice approach the subject without bias or a transparent mandate to create a hatchet-job. Something tells me this show will never be broadcast as widely as its lesser predecessors. Was it perfect? No. I'd like to have seen more of Sarah Adams and Dave Marrow for a start. But compared to the others it's like a breath of fresh air. I feel very strongly about this subject, not just because some close friends of mine are TI's, but because I recently learned that I myself have an implant, see: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/my-implant.html; and also that my family have been abused by psychological warfare attacks, see: http://hpanwo-tv.blogspot.co.uk/2016/12/wtf-does-femernyserm-mean.html. We need more film makers like Vice to cover the awful cases of targeted individuals, to expose the abusers who ruin their lives. I hope Vice will make other documentaries on other issues within the scene. I enjoyed this show very much. Well done!
See here for background: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2015/03/the-great-ufo-conspiracy-review.html.