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havana syndrome

Started by billy rubin, September 22, 2021, 12:53:16 AM

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billy rubin

the US just had another cia operative come down with havana syndrome, this time in india, i think

some state department people are saying this problem actually dates back to the 1960s.

current public talk is that it may be focused microwave radiation. if this is true, couldnt an ordinary radar detector set to a broad frequency range be used to determine that?

it looks suspicious to me that this has been going on for yearscwith no public disclosure as to even what it is.

i smell a rat

more people have been to berlin than i have

Ecurb Noselrub

I thought Havana Syndrome was drinking a Cuba Libre while doing the Danzon.

billy rubin

more people have been to berlin than i have


I'm not sure this is a real thing. :notsure: At least not in the sense of anything besides pure psychological responses. It could also be totally made up "finger pointing" at other countries for whatever reason. :shrug:
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billy rubin

there are several hundred people who are reporti g symptoms now.

more people have been to berlin than i have

billy rubin

another one in colombia

On Tuesday, the Wall Street Journal first reported that emails sent by US Ambassador to Colombia Philip Goldberg confirmed a number of "unexplained health incidents" or UHIs - the term used for Havana syndrome by the US government - since mid-September.

the incidents seem to be ongoing at a variety of places, and then get leaked prior to a visit by some amrrican government official.

if it is true that this been reported in us embassies since the 1960s, then it serms extremely unlikely to me that we dont know what it is.

more people have been to berlin than i have