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The Havana Syndrome - Will Public Awareness Make a Difference?

There is much to be said about having a voice and then also having a voice and being heard.   But...is having a voice...enough to make the public aware of the lies and coverups and corruption sitting in plain site from those we believe to be leaders and those who should be taking care of us as a nation.

After a recent 60 Minutes Report - there is now a renewed interest in finding the cause of the Havana Syndrome.  And in finding a solution to the reasons it exists.   https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/other/senators-call-for-renewed-havana-syndrome-assessment-after-60-minutes-report/ar-BB1lMEIW

I am sure that some of this renewed interest in the Havana Syndrome has to do with all the many letters that targets have written to senators and congressmen asking for their assistance.  Good Job by the way.

Now, I am not a person who is faint of hope.   Not at all.  I do not fantasize about possibilities, nor do I create conspiracy theories about things that might or might not be.    I go by what I am experiencing whether seen or unseen and then attempt to make the world right around any discrepancy, I might find.


As far as an investigative team looking into the Havana syndrome.   I truly believe that if a group of people team together to investigate unscrupulous acts enacted against the American people by possible microwave devices, there is a part of me that wonders this next question.   Call me a skeptic.  But here goes.  


If people have been complaining of tortured symptoms for the last decade and this is worldwide...then why has it taken so long to get anyone to do anything about it?  


Now when you read the following article - you might ask yourself this - why is one Government - as in Russia - getting the blame for all gang stalking - when in truth, if one country is dabbling in directed energy devices and results and MKUltra tactics...then isn't it true that other countries might be doing the same thing?   Logic.  That is what we need - good solid logic.

MK-Ultra definition - Project MKUltra[a][b] was an illegal human experiments program designed and undertaken by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to develop procedures and identify drugs that could be used during interrogations to weaken people and force confessions through brainwashing and psychological torture.   It began in 1953 and was halted in 1973.  MKUltra used numerous methods to manipulate its subjects' mental states and brain functions, such as the covert administration of high doses of psychoactive drug  sensory deprivation, isolation, verbal and sexual abuse, and other forms of torture.     This is according to  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MKUltra
If you note the symptoms associated with MKUltra - you will see a strong parallel with tactics used in Organized Stalking today.  Without the drug administration, of course.
Now let's say that today, organized stalking and MKUltra tactics exist to some degree just outside of public view -  and then to locate these weapons and the stalking -  we'll say that our leaders decide to put a program in place  to locate handheld energy devices being used on targeted individuals via the neighborhood level....
My question is - will Organized Stalking again step in and hide or coverup  the results of this investigation keeping the public further in the dark about organized stalking?

Again, I am a realist.  I see things as they possibly are and not the way I want them to be.  Does this make me negative?   Not at all.   It makes me someone who strives to find the truth - even if it is not so pleasant at times.
So with this in mind I want you to read the following report/article.   It is very important to read.   And for the moment...this report will possibly provide the targeted individual with hopes that someone is finally listening.  The article I am sharing is as shown below.

Story by Brian Karem

 • 1d • 5 min read

You can’t expect transparency from our government.

This is especially true when it comes to the so-called Havana syndrome – a generic term used to describe a variety of symptoms that have plagued diplomats and embassy workers since it first came to light in Havana, Cuba nearly a decade ago.

The symptoms have since been seen across the globe, including in Northern Virginia. The U.S. government has told us on a variety of occasions that there is nothing nefarious going on. But as reported exclusively here in Salon a year ago, and more recently on CBS’s “60 Minutes,” there is reason to believe the series of health concerns the government labels “Anomalous Health Incidents” or AHI’s, is manmade and possibly of Russian origin. 

Last year Mark Zaid, one of the premiere attorneys handling Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests in the country, filed a FOIA on behalf of a federal government whistleblower and myself to get more information regarding the Havana syndrome. Zaid and the whistleblower believe the government knows and is covering up the cause. It is unlikely, however, according to reliable sources that the U.S. government is responsible for causing Havana syndrome. 

Secretary of State Antony Blinken previously defended the government workers who came forward to report their symptoms. “Their pain is real,” he said. “I have no higher priority than the health and safety of each of you.”

Congress responded last week to the latest “60 Minutes” report and has asked President Biden for more information about the cause. This week a judge heard testimony from Zaid about the latest FOIA request, and even the judge showed concern about the government’s lack of cooperation.

“There’s not a lot of transparency,” United States District Judge Amit Mehta said during the hearing. The Obama-appointed judge presided over the 2023 Google antitrust trial, and handed out an 18-year sentence to the leader of the Oath Keepers, Stewart Rhodes for his involvement in the Jan. 6 insurrection – calling Rhodes’ actions a “peril to our democracy.”

The government was supposed to provide expedited service to our request for information, but so far has told us little more than there may be as many as 391 pages of information. We still do not know, months later, what that information actually is. Judge Mehta said in the hearing that while providing information was supposed to be expedited, it “wasn’t reflected in the facts.”

This lawsuit continues ongoing efforts to bring needed transparency surrounding the U.S. government’s knowledge of Anomalous Health Incidents (“AHI”) impacting federal employees and their family members. “The American public deserves to have a straight answer from the U.S. Government regarding AHIs and the impact that has been and is continuing to be felt by U.S. Government personnel, both overseas and domestically,” Zaid explained.

As Zaid said on the “Just Ask the Question” podcast this week, the roots of the “Havana syndrome” could be traced back to the “Moscow Signal,” an event that occurred during the Cold War.  It was a reported microwave transmission varying between 2.5 and 4 gigahertz directed at the Embassy of the United States, Moscow from 1953 to 1976, resulting in an international incident. 

It is believed the microwave signal was used to turn on “The thing,” which was a gift from Russia to the U.S. – a large seal – that hid a listening device.

Since then, the question has become whether or not the technology has advanced and been weaponized, with suspicions of handheld devices used to induce the symptoms called The Havana syndrome.

While that sounds like a wild conspiracy theory, it’s not nearly as wild as the conspiracy theorists who believe the U.S. government is using its citizens as Guinea Pigs. “I do not believe that the U.S government is torturing or using these devices on its own citizens,” Zaid explained on the podcast. It is the introduction of the extreme conspiracy theorists who are also contributing to the misinformation that has led many reporters to ignore the problem.

There have been many theories about the cause behind the Havana syndrome, and as Salon exclusively reported last year, the wide range of symptoms could be traced to a variety of energy weapons. At the time, the government, however was still denying that possibility, instead telling us that there was no reason to believe AHIs were caused by human activity.  The issue first came to light in 2016 after diplomats from Canada and the U.S. stationed in Cuba reported a variety of symptoms, ranging in severity from and pain and ringing in the ears to cognitive dysfunction. One national security source, speaking on background, said, "This most definitely occurred before 2016. We just don't know for how long, who was involved or why.

The problem has led to potentially long-term health problems – and a question of government liability for those health consequences. “This is real. There is a problem and the government hasn’t been honest with us,” Zaid said.

This lack of clarity only leads to a proliferation of a wide variety of conspiracy theories, most of them crazier than the truth, and includes accusations of everything from our government experimenting on its citizens to space aliens doing the same.

Speaking on background, a Department of Defense official I spoke to Saturday said there is “hypothetically a huge problem here.  If our enemies have created a handheld microwave or radio device that can cause these symptoms, who would want to work overseas? Worse, it appears that if this is manmade, then it happened here in the United States – and that would be an act of war.”

The same source also said the government either has or is developing ways to detect energy weapons, “if they exist.”

While the source would not say whether or not he believed the source of the Havana syndrome is manmade, he did say, “If it is, then it is a frightening weapon. The untraceable ability to harm, permanently disable or even kill someone from a distance is a serious, very serious matter.”

That seems like something out of a lunatic conspiracy, but as several FOIA requests and lawsuits have shown, and as the “60 Minutes” piece explained, this is one issue the U.S. government is taking seriously – even as it stymies the public in trying to find the answers.


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