The evil of the Dominican government knows no bounds, and sources make it clear to us why the country's economy has been growing at 7% per year, like clockwork, despite the global recession and other financial calamities which have struck the Caribbean region: the Dominican government has turned the art of voodoo, of mental manipulation, into a precise, technical science.
|Father of psychotronic weapons? INFOTEP|
INFOTEP, the Dominican directed energy directorate responsible for secretly beefing up the country's psychotronic weapons arsenal, was founded by Osvaldo Diaz, a man so dangerous that he served as partial inspiration for the character of mad scientist Miles Dyson in the 1991 science-fiction flick, the Terminator 2.
Unlike the fictional character in the Terminator, however, Osvaldo Diaz' Skynet has actually come to rule civilization, albeit stealthily.
Today, thousands of INFOTEP-trained agents are deployed throughout the Caribbean, primarily working in tourist resorts, where much like an intelligence agency hacking cell phones, the brain of foreign targets is treated as nothing more than a technical objective to be completed.
A former INFOTEP employee speaking anonymously to Abreu Report says she was the victim of her own weapons.
"We often experimented on ourselves, there really were no ethical boundaries," the former government employee said. "The President was afraid of us, we literally wrote our own checks."
Ms. Bisono [not real name] says she eventually left INFOTEP because she felt she herself was being affected by the weapons developed around her.
|PHaSr was developed by INFOTEP, miniaturized by Air Force|
"I wasn't the only one in the office who felt like her brain was cooking. I can't even go into detail about the weapons we had in the office. Before the PHaSr was the size of a rifle, we could place a device with similar capabilities in the trunk of a car, with the tail-lights emitting a laser that led the victim to commit suicide," she explained.
"I know of at least 10 people who committed suicide after our van got parked outside of their house, but we don't need a vehicle that big today."
"The government has heavily invested in drones, and a psychotronic device can be mounted thereon. We tested it in Haiti and even had success in leading a general to commit suicide there. It was after that death that I decided to call it quits. It was one thing to target people who had actually threatened the stability of the Republic, but I couldn't be part of that, of killing a fellow Catholic general who wasn't our enemy."
When asked how many deaths she could confirm were carried out by INFOTEP, Ms. Bisono responded: "At least two dozen, mostly politicians and journalists who represented a threat to the government of Balaguer. Since Balaguer we are less active, but it was Doctor Balaguer who instigated most of the attacks, he was absolutely obsessed, to him voodoo was a dangerous science which needed to be cracked and weaponized. The man was obsessed."
"But the main thing the government developed was microwave weapons; the entire country was blanketed with a microwave system."
When asked to go into detail about the government's microwave system, Ms. Bisono declined, saying it was "above her paygrade."
"I can say this, the country's goal of getting more tourists than citizens will be met, people don't know how they're being targeted with these microwave weapons, they activate the addiction parts of the brain."