Should the US Respond to Sonic Attacks?

Posted on Jun 4 2018 - 12:00pm by Editor

quite sure how to respond.

By Dr Robert J Bunker

recent health alert posted on the U.S. Department of State website related to an incident in Guangzhou, China, in which an employee of the U.S. embassy suffered certain “bio-effects.” The event can be viewed in the context of earlier incidents, such as that in which U.S. and Canadian diplomatic staff members serving in Havana, Cuba were similarly affected.

These traumatic brain and bodily injuries to diplomatic personnel have raised concerns over the possibility that an ongoing series of clandestine directed energy attacks have been taking place, and are increasingly drawing news and social media attention.

quite sure how to respond.

By Dr Robert J Bunker

recent health alert posted on the U.S. Department of State website related to an incident in Guangzhou, China, in which an employee of the U.S. embassy suffered certain “bio-effects.” The event can be viewed in the context of earlier incidents, such as that in which U.S. and Canadian diplomatic staff members serving in Havana, Cuba were similarly affected.

These traumatic brain and bodily injuries to diplomatic personnel have raised concerns over the possibility that an ongoing series of clandestine directed energy attacks have been taking place, and are increasingly drawing news and social media attention.

Three primary reasons exist why a clandestine state entity may intentionally project directed energy at U.S. and allied embassies.

 

 

Three primary reasons exist why a clandest

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