Scientists claim that “Neuroweapons” were behind attacks on US government officials in Cuba.

By | 2018-09-11T13:35:47+00:00 September 11th, 2018|Categories: Front Page, News|Tags: , , , , , |13 Comments

Oh, what fresh hell is this?

Courtesy of Yahoo News:

Could a foreign country build a directed-energy weapon tailored to target a single diplomat walking through a house, leaving other occupants unaffected? What about drugs that target a person’s brain, or even a specific part of the brain? Yes, it’s possible, according to scientists who have been studying the possible causes of the mysterious health effects reported among U.S. diplomatic personnel in Havana, Cuba.

Four scientists, including the first doctor to examine the diplomats reporting symptoms in Cuba, took part in a Pentagon-sponsored teleconference on Friday, where they announced new research results, including what they determined to be the probable use of “neuroweapons” in what they called the Havana Effect.

At issue are the more than two dozen U.S. government officials stationed in Havana, who have described hearing strange sounds, followed by a combination of medical symptoms, including dizziness, hearing loss and cognitive problems. More recently, a similar case has been reported in a U.S. embassy worker in Guangzhou, China. For months, a mix of secrecy and speculation has surrounded those incidents, including an increasingly popular theory that the diplomats were the victims of microwave weapons.

Michael Hoffer, an otolaryngologist at the University of Miami, who was the first to conduct tests on the embassy workers, said on the Friday call that the diplomats are suffering from a “neurosensory dysfunction,” which is primarily affecting their sense of balance.

I am of two minds on this.

First off this is terrifying since we do not know how this was done or by whom. 

But then secondly this may be an initial use of a weapon that will someday show up on a battlefield and incapacitate the enemy without ending their lives of maiming their bodies, and that seems like a positive step toward more humane military engagements to me.   

And if the effects eventually wear off it could mean that soldiers would be defeated on the battlefield yet left in good health for their return to their families. 

I have to say my first instinct on this is that it’s the Russians. 

Which if true would mean that they are leaving us in the dust when it comes to non-lethal methods of defeating enemies and executing a bloodless coup.

I’m just saying. 

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13 Comments

  1. Anonymous September 11, 2018 at 4:40 am - Reply

    Was Donald Trump the Russian guinea pig for the “neuroweapons”?

  2. anon September 11, 2018 at 6:48 am - Reply

    https://www.rawstory.com/2018/09/russia-main-suspect-us-diplomats-illness-cuba-nbc/

    “Evidence from communications intercepts has pointed to Moscow’s involvement during the investigation involving the FBI, CIA and other agencies, NBC reported, ”
    “The State Department said in June it brought a group of diplomats home from Guangzhou, China, over concern they were suffering from a mysterious malady resembling brain injury.”
    “The U.S. military has been trying to reverse-engineer the weapon or weapons used to harm the diplomats, including by testing various devices on animals, NBC said, citing Trump administration officials, congressional aides and others. Part of the work is being done at the directed energy research program at Kirtland Air Force Base in New Mexico, where the military has giant lasers and laboratories to test high-power electromagnetic weapons, including microwaves”

  3. Anon September 11, 2018 at 6:51 am - Reply

    https://www.rawstory.com/2018/09/talking-two-maine-voters-msnbc-host-concludes-real-people-dont-care-russia-attacks/

    ““I just came back from driving 12-13 hundred miles around Montana. Here’s what I hear over and over and over again, ‘You don’t understand what’s important to us.’”

    “They don’t want to hear about Russia,” “They don’t know who Paul Manafort is. It’s really very simple when you go into the heartland and talk to REAL PEOPLE who are trying to support themselves and their children.””RIGHT!

  4. 9/11 September 11, 2018 at 7:29 am - Reply

    https://foreignpolicy.com/2018/09/10/al-qaeda-won/

    “ “This is a new kind of war and a deeply confusing one. Confusion is its purpose. The problems of assessment are substantial.”

    Not only did Al Qaeda win, but the scale of their victory continues to blossom.

    “The cultural front opened by 9/11 keeps widening, and the terms of the struggles along those fronts, as each new technology opens them, are almost impossible to recognize immediately.”

    https://theconversation.com/why-al-qaida-is-still-strong-17-years-after-9-11-102966

    $O NOW>

    https://www.rawstory.com/2018/09/trump-long-history-bizarre-inappropriate-behavior-around-9-11-attacks/

    “Trump boasted after his first 100 days in the White House that his “ratings” on cable and broadcast news programs were higher than coverage of the 9/11 attacks.

    “It’s the highest for ‘Deface the Nation’ since the World Trade Center,” “Since the World Trade Center came down. It’s a tremendous advantage.”

    https://www.rawstory.com/2018/09/trump-long-history-bizarre-inappropriate-behavior-around-9-11-attacks/

    ‘Yes, 17 years ago people were dying at this very moment. Your response: “Now my building is the tallest.”
    17 years later, you’re the still the smallest man on Earth.’

  5. Anon September 11, 2018 at 7:45 am - Reply

    https://slate.com/human-interest/2018/09/9-11-memorial-ceremony-college-young-americas-foundation.html

    “There are, of course, plenty of other tragic moments in American history from before these students’ births. Most campuses don’t hold special ceremonies for Pearl Harbor Day, Emmett Till’s lynching, the Oklahoma City bombing, or Benedict Arnold’s switching teams. Each of these events shook the nation to its foundations, and each—plus the countless more that make up our nation’s history—can teach us much about how America has been made and how it still can grow.” “Learning the lessons of our country’s signal tragedies requires studious effort, not posters and a moment’s silence. In this way, a college—the very place devoted to complex, contextualized consideration of the most challenging questions facing human beings—is the place where a simplified memorial makes the least sense.”
    ” Absent even the tiniest bit of supplemental information, each victim is reduced by this memorialization to a flag, each of them exactly the same as the other. And when it comes to these flags, there’s a further error: 372 of the victims were not U.S. citizens. They included Canadians, South Koreans, Indians, one person from Uzbekistan, and plenty of others. 9/11 was not just an American tragedy.”

    “My students don’t need memorials to remind them to be hurt and afraid. They’re struggling to figure out what matters as they live through political instability, their economic prospects increasingly questionable even as their student loan balances climb. They’ve been through years of schooling not only in math and science but also to hide, run, and fight in case of a shooter. The increasing peril caused by climate change is, for them, a foregone conclusion.” “When we say we want students to remember 9/11, or the Civil War, or any of the many other tragedies that dot American history, we must accept that worthwhile remembering takes work. Colleges are one place where that work takes place, in the form of historical research, critical writing, and, above all, teaching new generations to think carefully through history in its full context. ”

    Teach your children well.

    • WW1 September 11, 2018 at 8:14 am - Reply

      FB>”As the calendar turns to September each year, I have a feeling that starts to consume me, that I can almost feel in my bones, of a certain foreboding sadness. For in the midst of end of summer reflections and back to school celebrations, I know that the 11th looms once more.
      In these days, when a turbulent and uncertain history is being written in real time, September 11 can feel of another age, and indeed it is. It is a day that history will mark, but the sands of time tend to eat away at the immediacy of our memories as we become more preoccupied with the challenges of the present. We never forget, but we tend to remember less often as well.
      A whole generation has been born and raised since that fateful moment 17 years ago. They are now confronting their own landscapes of challenge. This is how life works, and this is how time works. We need to teach our history, but not be imprisoned by it.
      I have so many dates seared in my mind… December 7 (1941)… June 6 (1944)… November 22 (1963)… April 4 (1968)… August 9 (1974) – just to name a few. They were and are the real backdrop for my time, and those who were on life’s journey with me. I want to tell my grandchildren about what they meant. But like me reading about July 4 (1776) or April 15 (1865), they will note them and maybe remember them, but not feel them as I do.
      We are on this earth but a short time. Our lives are marked with memories happy and sad, personal, communal, national, and global. Time strides on. The Earth spins. We pause, to think about the past… and the future.
      Sometimes life seems like a series of tests. Today so many of us ache for a nation under siege from within. But we can remember acts of courage and bravery from the past, how darkness can lead to light and fear into strength.
      I find it a fitting coincident of the moon and the calendar that Rosh Hashanah and 9/ll overlap this year. As many of our fellow Americans celebrate the Jewish New Year, may the spirit of reflection, redemption, and personal atonement inspire us all.
      In thinking about this time, I searched for a rabbinical quote that made sense of the holiday and our larger age and came across the famed 19th century rabbi Israel Salanter who told the story of being inspired by the words of a shoemaker working late into the night, “As long as the candle is burning, it is still possible to mend.” I agree, with my heart and soul. Let it ever be thus.”< Dan the man Rather

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

  6. anon September 11, 2018 at 8:02 am - Reply

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/lindsey-grahams-under-the-radar-push-to-turn-trump-into-a-defense-hawk?ref=home

    “For Graham, once a fierce critic of Trump during the 2016 primaries, his conversion to Trump booster began shortly into the Trump era. “I am like the happiest dude in America right now,” Graham said on Fox & Friends last April. “We have got a president and a national security team that I’ve been dreaming of for eight years.” “It’s good versus evil. Good versus evil never ends.”

  7. Anonymous September 11, 2018 at 8:55 am - Reply

    Either way you put it, it sounds like some scary shit. And using unsuspecting guinea pigs is ruthless.

  8. anonymous September 12, 2018 at 2:43 pm - Reply

    ““But knowing the way Donald Trump lies as I do, I suspected then that the real number was ZER0, and then I checked, and the real number was ZER0. Donald Trump did not attend a single 9/11 funeral, not one.””

    https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/lawrence-odonnell-donald-trump-911_us_5b98bc43e4b0cf7b0044cd81

  9. Anonymous September 13, 2018 at 5:02 pm - Reply

    You could probably effect the inner ear with ultra high frequency and a high decibel level. You woudln’t hear it as it would be beyond human hearing, but you might sense something.

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