We’ve all heard the reports of US Embassy personnel in Cuba and China complaining of various health concerns. Many complained of issues with their ears and hearing. Other reported feeling dizzy and disoriented. Others were nauseous, suffered from fatigue and many had problems sleeping.
Both Cuba and China denied any knowledge or responsibility for whatever happened to the people and many were baffled as to what could have been causing the health problems.
Although still not certain of the exact cause, some experts now believe that this was all caused by weaponized microwaves, but they are still not sure how or by who.
(American Military News) – Doctors and scientists increasingly suspect that weaponized microwaves were the cause of unexplained noises and illnesses that afflicted U.S. diplomats and their families in Cuba and China in the last year, The New York Times has reported.
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The more than three dozen victims reported hearing intense, high-pitched sounds in their homes or hotel rooms, followed by symptoms that included nausea, severe headaches, fatigue, dizziness, sleep problems, and hearing loss.
While a medical study of 21 Cuba victims published in March did not mention microwave weapons as a cause, its lead author told the Times on September 1 that microwave weapons were now considered a primary suspect and that his investigative team was increasingly certain the diplomats suffered brain injury.
“Everybody was relatively skeptical at first…and everyone now agrees there’s something there,” Douglas Smith, the director of the Center for Brain Injury and Repair at the University of Pennsylvania, told the Times…
Note that neither the FBI nor the US State Department have confirmed the use of microwave weapons, but they have not denied the allegations either.
Those that are claiming it was microwave weapons also submit the theory that in Cuba, they may have been used by pro-Russian dissidents in an attempt to undermine Obama’s plan to normalize relations with Castro’s island nation.
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