Mystery Deepens After US Confirms 16 Diplomats Suffered "Traumatic Brain Injury" In Cuban 'Sonic Attack'

One of the most bizarre stories this week took a more sinister turn yesterday as the US State Department officially confirmed 16 US Government employees were affected by health attacks in Cuba.

State Deaprtment spokesperson Heather Nuarte calmly explained the details, which are quite frankly stunning...

And yet most of the mainstream media seems loathed to cover this!? Happy to focus on nazis?

CBS News, however, did some digging, discovering from a review of medical records that the American and Canadian diplomats in Cuba have been diagnosed with mild traumatic brain injury - and central nervous damage - after an apparent attack with a sonic weapon targeted their homes.

The diplomats complained about symptoms ranging from hearing loss and nausea to headaches and balance disorders after the State Department said "incidents" began affecting them beginning in late 2016.

 

A number of diplomats have cut short their assignments in Cuba because of the attacks.

 

The source says American diplomats have also been subjected other types of harassment including vehicle vandalization, constant surveillance, and home break-ins.

As Axios reports, The State Department hasn't explicitly identified the source of the attack or what person or entity might have carried it out.

"We hold the Cuban authorities responsible for finding out who is carrying out these health attacks on not just our diplomats but, as you've seen now, there are other cases with other diplomats involved," Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told reporters earlier this month.

The Cuban government has denied any involvement with the incident.

Of course, while we wish these diplomats well (if recovery is possible), the big question is - what will the repurcussions be for US-Cuba relations and what response will the Trump administration unleash? As Axios notes, the severity of the apparent injuries goes far beyond what was originally reported, so it stands to reason that President Trump's administration might choose to respond strongly given his prior rhetoric on Cuba, especially given that the report notes that the attacks on Americans are continuing.

Comments

Creepy_Azz_Crackaah (not verified) Fri, 08/25/2017 - 12:18 Permalink

I thought brain damage was a regular part of being a diplomat. How do they know the difference?

peddling-fiction The Cooler King (not verified) Fri, 08/25/2017 - 13:03 Permalink

Sonic attack is disinfo and code word for microwave attack.Microwaves penetrate walls easily and sound does not, and could only be used effectively out in the open.All the big powers have these weapons, and for the big user of microwave directed energy weapons (USA), to cry abuse (as they abuse the rest of the world) as well as U.S. citizens by DHS/Stasi, is beyond ridiculous.Yanqui (zio-masons) go home and leave Latin America in peace.Your country needs urgent help to extricate a tumor called the FED and zios, that are destroying your country and the world.

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Antifaschistische peddling-fiction Fri, 08/25/2017 - 13:20 Permalink

I would like to see pictures of these victims.I do have experience with .gov employees and their abuse of "situations" to become "disabled" or FMLA or etc...   Where, one person suffers in 'incident" and 15 others come forward and copycat the symptoms.Now...I have no reason to believe that's the case with these cuban diplo's....but I KNOW it is the case with thousands of domestic .gov employess.

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fleur de lis The Cooler King (not verified) Fri, 08/25/2017 - 14:57 Permalink

Who's to say it's the Cubans?After all, our Langley psychopaths are capable of far worse than that.Communist Cuba was planned by the Deep State while Batista was still in power, it's just that their cutout Castro slipped the leash and went rogue.This issue has all the earmarks of a false flag.Plus the CIA gets to test out new toys and blame it on someone else, as usual.It is unlikely that the Cubans would have something so advanced without the knowledge of the Swampites.Maybe the Deep State screwballs are using a different form of HAARP technology.Who's to say they wouldn't test it out on their own kind. By the way, did they ever figure out how that Malaysian plane disappeared into thin air while it was in the vicinity of Diego Garcia?If they can make a plane vanish off the radar without a trace and make the story go away, they can make anyone sick with no effort at all.    

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Reichstag Fire Dept. Antifaschistische Fri, 08/25/2017 - 19:35 Permalink

I'd say that this American kid that was returned from the DPRK (N. Korea) to the US with brain damage and died is such a victim.And, Cuba being a "rogue nation", is forced to business with other rogue nations...such as the DPRK, Venezuela, Russia, et cetera...I have been to Cuba a number of times, it's hard to get on a tour bus without noticing that the bus is made in the DPRK. (or that the tour guides name is Vladimir Sanchez, names influenced from the old USSR involvement there).I'm sure DPRK "diplomats" have fairly unfettered access to Cuban soil.

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TBT or not TBT peddling-fiction Fri, 08/25/2017 - 13:23 Permalink

What the hell do we have "diplomats" in Cuba for to begin with?   Oh yeah, Obama's brilliant plan to agree to tourism to Cuba, under the brutal grinding dictatorship's regime where a tourist-only currency insures that hard foreign currency goes strictly through the regime, never finding its way to the slave-subjects.   Obama is a pustule on humanity.  

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peddling-fiction yrat Fri, 08/25/2017 - 13:46 Permalink

No sir. I myself am a microwaved, targeted individual by deep state and have measured the microwaves myself. They can burn if the power is high, but when low they can affect you biologically and neurologically, or simply torment you. WIFI uses the 2.4 Ghz microwave frequency, just like the microwave oven does, and the only difference is power. One burns, and the other communicates (and also causes electrosensitivity to some). Less than one watt (Wifi) versus say 2000 watts (oven). More info on this nasty rabbit hole: https://www.facebook.com/tishielding/

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RumpleShitzkin peddling-fiction Fri, 08/25/2017 - 14:31 Permalink

Yrats comment deserves some thought.

Vent fans, elevator lift motors, hvac...a whole slew of gear can give of Infrasound. I spoke with a maintenance guy at a building I had to work in as a contractor. The whole fucking office had one of the worst vibes to it I'd ever felt. I only kept my equipment and the machines I had to deploy there and spent as little time as possible there. Most people I was friends with there complained of migraines. Generally speaking, just a real high level of hostility and agitation permeated the place. Everyone noticed it.

Long story short, a belt blew out on a large exhaust fan on the top floor.
When it was worked on and changed...wha lah...no more.
Maintenance guy swore something about the fan setup had never been assembled properly and that the motor/fan was kicking out some sort of infrasonic garbage.
Anecdotal, I know, but I'm convinced having been there that he may have been on to something.

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Lumberjack peddling-fiction Fri, 08/25/2017 - 16:04 Permalink

But they claim the embassy was blasted with infrasound and the symptomology is exactly the same. I've woked on liw and high power microwave and the biggest gave me a headache especially working on the towers the dishes (antennas) were on. I immediately stopped working on the very high power shit after that.

The infrasound issue is a long term exposure thing, weeks to months and is real. I at first scoffed at the claims being made however, It proved out that I that I was quite wrong.

There are no wind turbines by the embassy, the concept still would apply if their claims are true. The wind turbine infrasound can travel up to 3-5 km.

"What goes round comes round"...

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