Peter Mooring on the web
Peter Mooring on the web is a blog about horrible human rights violations by secret services. Using gang stalking techniques and hi-tech electronic weapons (directed energy weapons) every year thousands of people all over the world are tortured and murdered, most of them never knowing what happened. Those who know often suffer horrendous (electronic) torture.
See also: STOPEG foundation,

The people cookers - Cooking people like a microwave oven cooks meat, or here
Electronic harassment and electronic torture list - February 26, 2009

Probably the most horrible consequence of these weapons based on radio waves is that you can NOT protect yourself, your children, your loved ones anymore. You can no longer say: stay in this room, you are safe here. Attackers simply look and cook/burn through walls, with intensities that can be deadly. Police cannot protect you, security services cannot protect you. That is why these weapons must be banned, not tomorrow but NOW.
See also:, STOPEG foundation

Published on Saturday, September 16th, 2006 at 11:07 pm

For a number of years I have been running a seperate physical SME server but some time ago I read an article about adding a VMWare virtual machine with IPCop firewall to your XP system. Tried this and it worked, amazing! After running this setup for the past three months, I added another virtual machine and installed Debian linux with Apache webserver into it (ping does not work from ORANGE, so use e.g. wget for testing; to install the webserver, type: aptitude install apache). You can add a DMZ pinhole to access the webserver from your XP. Ok, last step, the ADSL modem. You must add a port forwarding rule to this modem: from port-80 to your-inside-ip:port-80. Then browse your IP ( from some location e.g.

For me, it connects! To get closer to me: This is the PC in front of me, close enough?

Update: installed SSL so you can also access me secure:
You may want to check this link for details:

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