Microwaving Iraq

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  1. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?



    Desperate to improve images of civilian carnage, US commanders are using portable electromagnetic-frequency weapons in Fallujah and other “hot spots” in the Sunni Triangle to pacify restive neighborhoods with invisible EM radiation. “Active Denial” antenna arrays mounted on Humvees are also being deployed to panic and disperse hostile crowds by flash-burning exposed flesh with microwaves. But unintended side effects from the hidden rooftop transmitters are reportedly triggering violent attacks by exposed insurgents—while leading to AWOL rates of up to 15% among US forces disoriented by these same weapons, as well as the electromagnetic emanations from high-power radars, radios and “jammers”.

    “ Pacifying” Rays Pose New Hazards To Iraqis
    By William Thomas 01/24/05

    On the rooftop of a shrapnel-pocked building in the ruins of Fallujah, a team of GI’s stealthily sets up a gray plastic dome about two-feet in diameter. Keeping well back from the sight lines of the street and nearby buildings, they plug the cable connectors on the side of the “popper” into a power unit. The grunts have no clue what the device does. They are just following orders.

    “Most of the worker-bees that are placing these do not even know what is inside the ‘domes’, just that they were told where to place them by Intel weenies with usually no nametag,” reports my source, a very well informed combat veteran I will call “Hank”.

    The grunts call the plastic devices “poppers” or “domes”. Once activated, each hidden transmitter emits a widening circle of invisible energy capable of passing through metal, concrete and human skulls up to half a mile away. “They are saturating the area with ULF, VLF and UHF freqs,” Hanks says, with equipment derived from US Navy undersea sonar and communications.

    But its not being used to locate and talk to submarines under Baghdad.

    After powering up the unit, the grunts quickly exit the area. It is their commanders’ fervent hope that any male survivors enraged by brutal American bombardments that damaged virtually every building in this once thriving “City of Mosques”, displacing a quarter-million residents while murdering thousands of children, women and elders in their homes—will lose all incentive for further resistance and revenge.

    A dedicated former soldier, whose experiences during and after Desert Storm are chronicled in my book, Bringing The War Home, Hank stays in close touch with his unit serving “in theater” in Iraq. When I asked how many “poppers” are being used to irradiate Iraqi neighborhoods, he checked and got back to me. There are “at least 25 of these that have been deployed to theater, and used. Some have conked out and been removed, so I do not know how many are currently active and broadcasting.”
    Hank is still losing friends in Iraq, where front-line soldiers put their current casualty figures from all causes—combat, accidents, psychological crackups and suicides—at 5,000 dead and 22,000 to 30,000 injured.

    Hank blames those at the top for hospital counts of upwards of 65,000 children killed since the 2003 invasion. He is concerned that innocent Iraqi families and unsuspecting GIs alike are being used as test subjects for a new generation of “psychotronic” weapons using invisible beams across the entire electromagnetic spectrum to selectively alter moods, behavior and bodily processes.

    “The ‘poppers’ are capable of using a combo of ULF, VLF, UHF and EHF wavelengths in any combination at the same time, sometimes using one as a carrier wave for the others,” Hank explains, in a process called superheterodyning. The silent frequencies daily sweeping Fallujah and other trouble spots are the same Navy “freqs that drove whales nuts and made them go astray onto beaches.”

    The Gulf War veteran observes that occupied Iraq has become a “saturation environment” of electromagnetic radiation. Potentially lethal electromagnetic smog from high-power US military electronics and experimental beam weapons is placing already hard-hit local populations–-particularly children—at even higher risk of experiencing serious illness, suicidal depression, impaired cognitive ability, even death.

    American troops constantly exposed “up close” to their own microwave transmitters, battlefield radars and RF weapons are also seeing their health eroded by electromagnetic sickness. It’s common, Hank recalls, for GIs to warm themselves on cold desert nights by basking in the microwaves radiating from their QUEEMS communications and RATT radar rigs.

    Constant microwave emissions from ground-sweeping RATT rigs and SINGARS mobile microwave networks are much more powerful than civilian microwave cell phone nets linked in many clinical studies to maladies ranging from asthma, cataracts, headaches, memory loss, early Alzheimer’s, bad dreams and cancer.

    Even more powerful US military radars, radios and “jammers” blasting from ground bases and overflying aircraft add to this electromagnetic din.

    This is bad enough. But this is also Iraq, Hank says, where ever-present sand acts as miniature quartz reflectors, unpredictably amplifying the ricocheting electronic smog so thick that if it were visible, every vehicle
    in Baghdad and the surrounding Sunni Triangle would be driving blind with their headlights on.

    This is grim news to friend and foe alike—already overloaded by constant adrenal stress, waterborne pollutants, infectious sand fleas, dehydration, pharmaceutical drugs and exposure to radioactive Uranium-238 fired in “hose ‘em down” exuberance by US ground and air cannons and cruise missiles.

    As Hank puts it, DU is “the gift that keeps on giving.” For the next four billion years, medical investigators say, large populated expanses of Kosovo, Afghanistan, Puerto Rico and Iraq will remain lethally radioactive from Made In America depleted uranium dust.

    What kind of people would do this?

    Clinical tests have repeatedly shown how microwaves “rev up” incipient cancer cells several hundred times. Triggered by nuclear radiation, and turned rogue by electromagnetic warfare unleashed by US forces, human cancer cells have been found to continue proliferating wildly—even after the power source is turned off

    While the mobile microwave weapons currently deployed in Iraq may or may not lead to lasting harm, rooftop “poppers” and “domes” left to radiate for days at a time are irradiating unsuspecting families already coping with illness, wounds, hunger and the stress of losing homes and loved ones, whose rotting corpses cannot be buried under the sights of marine snipers.

    A preview of what lies in store for long-suffering families in Iraq can be gleaned from Greenham Common, where the British Army reportedly used an electromagnetic weapon against 30,000 women who had camped for nearly two decades around that UK military base to protest the deployment of nuclear-tipped US cruise missiles.

    One day in the summer of 1984, more than 2,000 British troops suddenly pulled back, leaving the fence unguarded. Peace mom Kim Besley recalls that as curious women approached the gate, they “started experiencing odd health effects: swollen tongues, changed heartbeats, immobility, feelings of terror, pains in the upper body.”

    Besley found her 30-year-old daughter too ill to stand. Other symptoms typical of electromagnetic exposure included skin burns, severe headaches, drowsiness, post-menopausal menstrual bleeding and menstruation at abnormal times. Besley’s daughter’s cycle changed to 14 days and took a year to return to normal.

    Two late-term spontaneous miscarriages, impaired speech, and an apparent circulatory failure prompted the women to begin monitoring for a directed-energy beam, Using an EMR meter, they measured beams sweeping their camp at 100-times normal background levels.

    Another harrowing example involves the sudden illness and cancer deaths of US embassy staff in Moscow after being deliberately targeted with very weak pulsed microwaves by Soviet experimenters and fascinated CIA onlookers running “Project Phoenix” in 1962.

    Very Low Frequency (VLF) weapons include the dozens of “poppers” currently deployed in Iraq, which can be dialed to or “long wave” frequencies capable of traveling great distances through the ground or intervening structures. As air force Lt Col. Peter L. Hays, Director of the Institute for National Security Studies reveals, “Transmission of long wavelength sound creates biophysical effects; nausea, loss of bowels, disorientation, vomiting, potential internal organ damage or death may occur.”

    Hays calls VLF weapons “superior” because their directed energy beams do not lose their hurtful properties when traveling through air to tissue. A French weapon radiating at 7 hertz “made the people in range sick for hours.”

    Like so many other American blunders among the ruins of Babylon, the intended microwave “pacification” of rebellious neighborhoods is having unintended effects. In actual “field-testing” in the Sunni Triangle, Hank has learned that the hidden, dome-shaped devices “are removing inhibitions”. Armed individuals, already highly motivated to kill American forces are reportedly “losing all restraint” when exposed to the electromagnetic beams.

    According to Hank’s buddies in Baghdad, the frequency-shifting “poppers” “are having some remarkable effects on the locals as well as our own people.” But these effects differ. Possibly, Hank surmises, because Americans come from daily domestic and military environments saturated with electromagnetic frequencies, while many Iraqis still live without reliable electricity in places largely free from electromagnetics before the American invasion.

    According to members of Hank’s former unit, constant exposure to invisible emissions from radar and radio rigs—as well as to their own microwave weapons—is backfiring. “Our people are driven nuts,” Hank says. “It makes them stupid for two or three days.”

    The Desert Storm veteran compared the emotional effects of constant exposure to military microwaves to a lingering low-pressure weather system that never goes away. “You feel way down for days at a time,” he emphasizes

    As a consequence, AWOL rates among “spaced out” US troops are as high as 15%, Hank reports. For many deserters, it is not cowardice or conscience that is causing them to absent themselves from duty. “They are feeling so depressed,” Hank explains. “They don’t feel good. So they leave.”

    According to Hank’s front-line buddies, Iraqis exposed to secret beam weapons “get laid back, confused and mellow, and then blast out in a rage, as opposed to our folks going on what could only be called a ‘bender’, and turning into a mean drunk for a while.”

    Once they wander away from direct electromagnetic-fire, startled GIs come to their senses. They return to their units, Hank explains, saying, “What was I thinking?”

    The recovery rate among US troops “seems to be about a day or so, where the locals are not getting over it in less than a week or more on average,” Hank has learned.

    It is Hank’s hope that his revelations will prompt public debate over the secret use of electromagnetic weapons in Iraq. But lost in the arguments over these supposedly “non-lethal” weapons is a much bigger question: What are Americans doing there?

    Whether soldier or civilian at home, it is our imperative duty to stop supporting those responsible for ongoing “weapons tests” in Iraq. As electrochemical “beings of light,” the strongest electromagnetic force on Earth is human conscience, acted upon.
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    Interesting read.. :D
  3. Balqis

    Balqis Senior Member

    يعيش طويلا جوبا
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    deleted Visitor

    Didnt quiet get that translated correctly.. :(
  5. FritzDaKatx2

    FritzDaKatx2 Vinegar Taster

    Funny, this was one of the first things I started doing research on when I took my RF electronics class. The Cop's in Denver had some similar gear to his on standby for the DNC.

    Kinda sucks as the only half assed defense against it would be a faraday cage body suit.
  6. RooRshack

    RooRshack On Sabbatical

    There are some worrying things there, but the author is woefully ignorant, yet tries to speak with authority. He has none, whatsoever, and lots of that is plain silliness.
  7. FritzDaKatx2

    FritzDaKatx2 Vinegar Taster

    Are you saying that you disbelieve in the effects that various frequencies can have on individuals?
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    probably dont have anything to worry about since "he" was never in iwaq... :rolleyes:
  9. cadcruzer

    cadcruzer Sailing the 8 seas

    Really? Any pictures of this contraption"while it was in Denver,or Iraq"?

    This is Pure Conspiracy BS, btw. maybe the Author spent too much time researching chemtrails.
  10. FritzDaKatx2

    FritzDaKatx2 Vinegar Taster

  11. as far as i know these aren't used anymore. however all vehicles have mounted at least one radio wave emitter, either a duke or a cvrj. sometimes both. these things emit radio waves to block all cell phone signals around the vehicle to prevent ieds or efps from being detonated by a cell phone call. trust me, they work.... but the gunners are exposed to these radio waves all of the time. i gunned all but maybe 20 days of 2009. while i was over there i had constant headaches and resorted to pain pills we bought off the streets. i have headaches every now and then and have problems sleeping. it almost feels like what i've heard migraines feel like. i did not have headaches like this before i deployed.

    i've found no stats on brain/head cancers of returning troops, especially gunners. when i brought the issue to the attention of my p.a. he told me to google it. :rolleyes: fuck you, sir.

    oh, and a couple weeks ago i went to the e.r. with headaches, and i told the doctor how and when they started. instead of giving me a cat scan or whatever, she hooked me up to an iv with a powerful narcotic.... which was awesome, but didn't solve anything.
  12. cadcruzer

    cadcruzer Sailing the 8 seas

    Most roadside bombs are remotely detonated using common household devices: cell phones, garage door openers, burglar alarms, key fobs, doorbells, or remote controls for toy cars.

    The radio waves that the Duke CVRJ are no more harmful than the waves from above devices.
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    I think many of us are looking for the cause of some the Gulf war type syndrome/illnesses.. When in fact, we are just getting old.. not eating as well, nor getting 24 hrs of full blown exercise.. :p no we sit on our asses and think shits wrong with us.. I couldnt tell you how many times ive mulled over some headaches body pains and was convinced it was gulf war related..
  14. RooRshack

    RooRshack On Sabbatical

    What kind of fool do you take me for? there's quite a bit of very deadly radiation. There's radiation that will scramble your brains so fast you die with the same expression on your face...

    The entire point of depleted uranium is that it's NOT radioactive. I mean, it is, but there have been MUCH larger nuclear waste problems... where do you think iran is putting that waste, given that they should have THE bomb within a couple of years at most?

    The radiations that that article was talking about are encountered all over the world. Where my father works there's a radio telescope. It's now virtually useless since the building of a subdivision about 10 miles away, which for the most part doesn't even have a direct line of sight. Household crap, cell phones, and pretty much everything else. It all makes fucktons of radiation.

    About troops warming themselves with radiation.....:eek: Can you say cancer? That's a bit beyond carrying a phone in your pocket.
  15. the duke and cvrj waves are stronger than the above devices or they wouldn't be able to disable them, and gunners are being subjected to these waves for ridiculous amounts of time every single day.

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