By B.N. Frank
American Embassy workers don’t seem to be the only recent victims of microwave weapons.
From the Daily Mail UK:
China ‘used secret microwave pulse weapon’ on Indian soldiers
Chinese troops used ‘microwave’ weapons to force Indian soldiers to retreat by making them violently sick during a Himalayan stand-off, a professor has claimed.
The electromagnetic weapons which cook the human tissue of enemy troops ‘turned the mountain tops into a microwave oven’ and made the Indian soldiers vomit, international studies expert Jin Canrong told his students in Beijing.
Jin hailed the Chinese forces for ‘beautifully’ executing the move which cleared out Indian troops without violating a ban on gunfire along the disputed border.
According to The Times, the weapons were said to have been deployed in late August, weeks after a deadly brawl involving rocks and clubs which killed at least 20 Indian soldiers in the worst fighting on the border in 53 years.
Pictures which circulated earlier this year appeared to show Indian troops battered and bound with rope near the disputed Himalayan border, where China is said to have used a microwave-style weapon to disperse hostile soldiers in August.
Of course, exposure to microwave radiation from common wireless sources like cell towers, utility “Smart” Meters, Activity Trackers, Bluetooth, cell phones, Wi-Fi routers, can ALSO cause illness and injury. This is referred to as “Microwave Sickness,” “ElectroSensitivity,” and/or “ElectroHypersensitivity”(see 1, 2).
Microwave Sickness” was recognized as a medical illness several decades ago. It also affects animals. Last year, the World Health Organization warned that high levels of Electromagnetic Fields (aka “Electrosmog”) could cause health issues in a significant percentage of the population. Of course some will be more affected than others.
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