Christians Against Mental Slavery
An international evangelical Christian group established in 2002, whose original twelve members agreed that it should be regarded as a crime against humanity,
worldwide, for anyone to monitor or to influence another human’s thoughts technologically, without his continuing, informed consent.
Founded 16 October 2002 to the honour of the Lord Jesus Christ, and in loving memory of Dennis Allman, himself once a British soldier in the war against the Nazis.
“ May the God and Father of Our Lord Jesus Christ glorify Himself afresh in our day! ” [John McMurtrey, 2002]
(from 2 Thess 2 and Isaiah 53), delivered at the Covert Harassment Conference 2014 in Brussels, Belgium.
(a parody of Jane’s Less-Lethal Weapons Conference), and the 5th European Symposium on Non-Lethal Weapons presentation in 2009 to Col John B Alexander.