A flurry of complaints in Liaoning province, China, accuses the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) of targeting neighbors persecuted for their differences with the regime with electromagnetic waves and radiation.
The news stirred up the long-standing controversy that the Chinese people are frequently persecuted by CCP “brain control” and other high-tech methods, which have led to the destruction of entire families by electromagnetic weapons attacks.
Now, a series of videos from various people affected in Liaoning brings back into discussion these perverse repression mechanisms, which have also been confirmed to have transcended borders, generating diplomatic conflicts with other countries.
What are these types of weapons?
High power microwave (HPM) weapons use focused electromagnetic energy beams that can be used to disable electronic systems, disarm air defense networks or, if directed against people, create serious physical and mental damage depending on the intensity and time of exposure.
Microwaves are essentially a form of electromagnetic radiation. Unlike conventional weapons, microwave-based weapon systems do not require ammunition or gunpowder but require large amounts of electrical power and could also operate from a mixture of certain explosive chemicals.
Compared to traditional artillery, microwave-based weapons have certain advantages, such as being unaffected by environmental factors like the weather, wind, inertia, or gravity when fired.
Another noteworthy point is that microwave shots cannot be detected unless specific detection sensors are possessed.
These tactical advantages are causing several military powers in the world to invest millions in researching and developing this type of weapon or defense system for them.
As for the effects that can be generated when these weapons are directed against people, depending on the type of weapon, the intensity, and time of exposure, these can range from the sensation of heat, arrhythmias, and headaches, to vomiting, loss of consciousness and death by incineration.
Laser rifle, when fact beats fiction
In 2018 the Chinese regime touted having developed a portable laser-type weapon in the best Star Wars style.
The laser assault rifle, patented under the name ZKZM-500, is capable of firing a beam of energy impossible to see with the naked eye but which can pass through windows and cause “instant charring” of human skin and tissues.
The 15 mm caliber weapon weighs three kilograms (6.6 pounds), about the same as an AK-47. Because the laser has been tuned to an invisible and completely soundless frequency, “no one will know where the attack came from. It will look like an accident,” said one of the researchers involved in the controversial project.
The weapon was designed by the Xian Institute of Optics and Precision Mechanics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. They assured that the device would not be marketed to individuals or organizations but would be given to entities with licenses to produce weapons.
According to the institute, given the danger of this weapon’s misuse, the devices’ design and production would be strictly monitored and sold only to the Chinese military and police.
Against whom is the CCP accused of using such weapons?
For several years there have been numerous allegations against the CCP, accusing it of using various types of unconventional and highly dangerous weapons against human targets who pose no danger to society.
The recently released videos published in Liaoning province show just such allegations.
One of the videos accuses the Chinese regime of using “radiation and high-frequency microwave radiation” as one of the strategies to carry out the brutal religious persecution of Christians in the region.
A letter posted on social media by a Christian user claims that the Anshan City State Security Bureau and the Dongchangdian Police Station of the Tiedong Public Security Bureau colluded to persecute his family for many years.
The letter released in one of the recent videos claims that the entire family was exposed to radiation. Consequently, the members suffered dizziness, bleeding gums, nausea, insomnia, palpitations, diarrhea, fever, premature aging, weight loss, massive loss of body hair, loss of teeth, inflammation, dermatitis, and radiation muscle disorders such as pain and cramps.
According to another of the videos, the CCP provides devices to certain people in specific neighborhoods to distribute electromagnetic waves and harm particular neighbors that the police are interested in targeting for secret reasons.
The video also shows how many people use measuring instruments to detect and confirm excess radiation in their homes.
There is also a video showing one of the victims calling the Dongchangdian local police station to report how she had been exposed to radiation, claiming that electromagnetic waves attacked her. In another video, this same person can be seen being detained when going to the police station, accusing the institution of “protecting criminals.”
The U.S. suspects that China may be using electromagnetic radiation to harm Taiwan
As early as 2011, the U.S. Pentagon accused the Chinese regime of developing and using sophisticated electromagnetic radiation weapons.
A report published by the National Ground Intelligence Center outlined U.S. concerns that China might be using these weapons to knock out specific electronic devices in Taiwan or perhaps for use against a U.S. aircraft carrier in the Taiwan Strait.
According to the report, Chinese researchers had been conducting animal tests on the technology, but “the real purpose was to investigate the possible human effects of exposure to these specific radiations.”
The U.S. Intelligence Service intensified its investigation into why hundreds of U.S. officials over the past few years experienced strange symptoms such as headaches, discomfort or pressure in the head, dizziness, and vision problems, among others.
Reports of these types of symptoms in officials began in 2016. Since then, it has been suspected that these were targeted attacks against these people with some kind of secret sonic weapon that operated outside the normal range of human hearing.
“I’m certainly persuaded that what our officers and some family members, as well as other U.S. government employees, have experienced is real, and it’s serious,” said CIA Director William Burns.
The Senate passed the bipartisan Helping American Victims Affected by Neurological Attacks (HAVANA) Act in June. While it may take time to figure out the causes of HAVANA syndrome, the bill provides more financial and medical support for U.S. officials experiencing symptoms. The House of Representatives followed suit on September 21, passing the bill overwhelmingly.
While there is insufficient evidence today to blame the Chinese regime for such attacks on U.S. officials, strong suspicions indicate significant similarities to the attacks reported in the Liaoning videos.