Russian Navy has new weapon that produces hallucinations and induces vomiting.

By |2019-02-05T06:13:57+00:00February 6th, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , |10 Comments

Well, that’s just great.

Courtesy of The Hill:

The Russian Navy reportedly has a new weapon that can disrupt the eyesight of targets as well as make them hallucinate and vomit.

Russian state news agency RIA Novosti reported that a Russian military contractor has installed the weapon on two Russian warships.

The weapon fires a beam similar to a strobe light that affects the target’s eyesight, making it more difficult for them to aim at night. During testing, volunteers reportedly used rifles and guns to shoot targets that were protected by the weapon. The volunteers reported having trouble aiming because they couldn’t see.

Additionally, about half of the volunteers said they felt dizzy, nauseous and disoriented. About 20 percent of the volunteers reported experiencing hallucinations.

The weapon, called the Filin, has reportedly been installed on the Admiral Gorshkov and Admiral Kasatonov, two Russian warships. The weapon is expected to be installed on more ships that are currently being built.

The weapon was developed by Ruselectornics, a Russian state-owned developer of electronics and other technologies.

Not to give the Russians too much credit, but they have certainly made a number of strides in non-lethal military tactics.

As much as all of us hate the fact that they interfered in our last presidential election, they did manage to impose their will on our country without taking a single American life. 

This nausea ray is just another step in that same direction. 

Incapacitate your opponent, but leave them essentially unharmed.  

By the way, this now makes me even more convinced that the Russians were behind that mysterious illness that struck the US diplomats in Cuba. (Link.)

These damn Russians are getting sneakier every day. 

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10 Comments

  1. Anon February 6, 2019 at 3:31 am - Reply

    The Russian citizens and journalist are moving to remove putin. Yes putin and his KGB have had American traitors help them. Yes they have been sneaky little devils. But they will soon find out what happens when the American’s fight. The chit is about to hit the fan.

  2. Beaglemom February 6, 2019 at 4:22 am - Reply

    The twenty-first century’s newest version of germ warfare. Gee, the Russians can be so proud of themselves! They cannot manage to manage a country as a working democracy so they turn to destroying those democracies around them – by messing with their elections and now by using illness as a battle strategy.

  3. Al February 6, 2019 at 4:30 am - Reply

    Big deal, we have a president that produces hallucinations and induces vomiting

  4. angela February 6, 2019 at 5:40 am - Reply

    Damn. Long ago I thought it was the Russians getting people sick in Cuba—although some
    scientists called it called it mass hysteria. I figured the Russians were doing these things because
    Trump blamed the Cubans— who asked for our help. Typical.

    • anon February 7, 2019 at 7:43 am - Reply

      “Canadian diplomats are suing their own government for C$28 million ($21.1 million) over the mystery illnesses they came down with while working at their embassy in Havana, Cuba. The BBC reports the group accuses the Canadian government of taking too long to warn, evacuate, and treat them after staff began falling ill in the spring of 2017. Canadian officials were recalled from Havana last April after complaining of dizziness and migraines. The cause of the illnesses, which also hit U.S. diplomats, is unknown but some believe they’re the result of “sonic attacks.” In a statement, the diplomats said: “Throughout the crisis, Canada downplayed the seriousness of the situation, hoarded and concealed critical health and safety information, and gave false, misleading, and incomplete information to diplomatic staff.” One unnamed diplomat told CBC: “My wife, she isn’t the same anymore… She has gaps in her memory, headaches, problems hearing. She picks up the telephone to make a call but forgets why, enters rooms without reason.” The U.S. withdrew most of its nonessential staff from the country in September 2017 and said 21 embassy employees were affected.”<theDailyBeast

  5. Anonymous February 6, 2019 at 7:35 am - Reply

    And little donnie thinks he can get putin to sign another arms deal… that ship has pasted when the moron pulled out of the last deal. trump will never get the former KGB agent to sign another treaty. That is called winning in trumpland

  6. Dinty February 6, 2019 at 7:42 am - Reply

    We could just play one of Ms Palin’s old speeches for the same effect.

  7. #1 All American Bernie Bro February 6, 2019 at 8:05 am - Reply

    ” they did manage to impose their will on our country without taking a single American life. “<WRONG

    "Schultz most recently hosted a daily primetime weekday show, News with Ed Schultz, on RT America TV channel based in Washington, D.C., that is part of the RT network. "Schultz was born in Norfolk, Virginia, and grew up in the Larchmont area near Old Dominion University, the son of George Schultz, an aeronautical engineer, and Mary Schultz, an English teacher. He attended Larchmont Elementary School, Blair Junior High, and graduated in 1972 from Maury High School in Norfolk. He moved to Minnesota to play football on a scholarship from Minnesota State University Moorhead. He made All-American and became the NAIA passing leader in 1977 and signed as a free agent with the Oakland Raiders. In 1979, Schultz tried out for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League." "Schultz was born in Norfolk, Virginia, and grew up in the Larchmont area near Old Dominion University, the son of George Schultz, an aeronautical engineer, and Mary Schultz, an English teacher. He attended Larchmont Elementary School, Blair Junior High, and graduated in 1972 from Maury High School in Norfolk.
    He moved to Minnesota to play football on a scholarship from Minnesota State University Moorhead. He made All-American and became the NAIA passing leader in 1977 and signed as a free agent with the Oakland Raiders. In 1979, Schultz tried out for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League."
    Dead @64

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ed_Schultz

  8. forewarned is forearmed February 6, 2019 at 8:25 am - Reply

    https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/icebreaker-gap-how-russia-planning-build-more-icebreakers-project-power-arctic-29102

    “the Northern Sea Route isn’t the only part of Russian Arctic policy. Russian outlets have framed the “growing militarization of the Arctic” as an important issue, and the Russian military is definitely doing their part on that front, reopening many Arctic bases.
    The exact purposes of these bases appear to be mostly to sit on Russian resource claims in the region”

    The Russians are coming to re-claim Alaska.

    • anon February 6, 2019 at 5:16 pm - Reply

      HAHA. Well let them come to Alaska. HAHA. Oh. I can breath when I stop laughing. Ok. Dry the eyes. Cough. Um, if they come to Alaska, then they have to bow down to their LEADER.
      HAHA. Yeah. I don’t think they will be coming to Alaska. They might ‘act like’ they are but believe me. They will have more explaining to do if they try that tactic and they KNOW it. Smile.

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