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PostPsychotronic and Electromagnetic Weapons (Boris Volodarsky, Austria, 02/05/18 4:33 am)
Briefly answering JE's questions of 4 February:
(a) "Do the Ukrainians believe that Putin would have left them alone, had they kept their nukes?"
No, the Ukrainians believe the United States and Britain would not have left them alone had they kept their nuclear arsenal.
(b) "What can be more powerful and dangerous than the nuclear weapons we already have? Bigger nukes? More tactically nefarious ones?"
The answer is psychotronic and electromagnetic (EM) weapons. One report, allegedly referring to a secret KGB file, that, of course, cannot be independently verified, stated, "The principle of remote exposure of humans to a psychotronic generator is based on the resonance of frequency characteristics of human organs--the heart, kidneys, liver, and brain. Each human organ has its own frequency characteristic. And if the same frequency is beamed at it by means of electromagnetic radiation, the organ enters into resonance, and the result is either acute cardiac insufficiency, or renal insufficiency, or a person starts to behave inadequately."
Plans to introduce the super-weapons were announced quietly in March 2012 by the then Russian defence minister Anatoly Serdyukov, fulfilling a little-noticed election campaign pledge by president-elect Putin.
Mr Serdyukov said: "The development of weaponry based on new physics principles--direct-energy weapons, geophysical weapons, wave-energy weapons, genetic weapons, psychotronic weapons, and so on--is part of the state arms procurement programme for 2011-2020.'
JE comments: Sheesh. These weapons are the rayguns of Buck Rogers fame, but scarier. What about the "delivery" of Remote Organ Failure? I cannot see how you can protect your own while zapping others. Perhaps this is what Russia's mad scientists are working on now.