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Trump Admin Addresses Mysterious Sonic Attacks in Cuba

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Let’s talk about conspiracies. You like conspiracies, don’t you? It’s an interesting topic because anyone who knows anything about conspiracy theories knows that after the Kennedy assassination, the CIA conspired with the media to poison the word ‘conspiracy.’ The result has been that ‘conspiracy theory’ no longer means an explanation of strange or nefarious events that supposes powerful interests have worked together behind the scenes in order to benefit from those strange or nefarious events.

Alright so, what we’re going on about is a story that involves the use of a weapon that employs sound to attack the inner ear of its victims. By attacking the inner ear, the assailant can make the victim totally unable to function, as the doctor in the linked video will explain.

So, why did we preface this with yammering about conspiracy theories? Because of the new and imperceptible nature of the type of weapon we’re talking about. Because only the victims feel the harm, because the idea of a sound weapon seems way too science-fictiony, too far fetched — people tend to dismiss it as a CIA-flavored “conspiracy theory.”

Well, dear hearts, in the words of Gore Vidal this is not conspiracy theory — it’s conspiracy analysis.

Here’s One America News with more.

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