Hey – that is not me claiming that, it’s the US National Academy of Sciences. Well, at least they say that’s a “plausible theory.”

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/jul/22/havana-syndrome-cia-officers-family

About 100 CIA officers and family members are among about 200 US officials and kin sickened by “Havana syndrome”, the CIA director, William Burns, said on Thursday, referring to the mysterious set of ailments that include migraines and dizziness.

It’s the goddamn Ruskies!

There was a “very strong possibility” that the syndrome was intentionally caused, and that Russia could be responsible, he said, adding that he was withholding definitive conclusions pending further investigation.

A directed-energy weapon (DEW) is a ranged weapon that damages its target with highly focused energy, including laser, microwaves, and particle beams.

So back in the day, some very serious people, Steve King, Richard Gage, and Steven Jones, formed the core 9/11 Truth movement. Jones made a fatal mistake, he trusted James Fetzer, who is some sort of disinformation agent. So Fetzer gets control of the group and invited in an Israeli disinformation agent Judith Wood, who wrote this stupid book about how the World Trade Center was destroyed by “DEW.” Which is, of course, stupid, as there are no DEW weapons with even close to that much power, and also the fact there is zero evidence of any kind.

But the point was never to convince anyone. The point was to throw as much bullshit into the conversation as possible to discredit the serious people. So people are reading a serious conversation about evidence, and along comes some looney-tunes talking about Space Beams.

Everyone quit Fetzer’s group and formed another, Scholars for 9/11 Truth and Justice, which stuck to evidence and reality.

So after Wood’s stuff was not working anymore, some other guy calling himself Dmitri Khosolov – I might have the name wrong – starts up a whole new generation of this disinfo with some bullshit about “mini nukes.” Again – it’s not meant to convince anyone, it’s meant to turn people off. It’s a quite effective tactic.

In the early 1990s, Fetzer began to promote John F. Kennedy assassination conspiracy theories, later 9/11 conspiracy theories, Holocaust denial, conspiracy theories regarding the 2002 death of Senator Paul Wellstone and Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting conspiracy theories.

You see how that works? The JFK stuff is interesting for the timing. It was that time period that a bunch of records were released. Another Israeli disinformation specialist – Noam Chomsky – took the opposite tack. Since JFK is beloved by the left, he wrote the book Rethinking Camelot saying JFK was a “fascist” and wasn’t trying to end Vietnam and the official story was totally true, who cares anyway?

So, Fetzer, this is his kind of disinformation. “The Zapruder film is a fake.” See how that works? Poisoning the well I guess they call it. He’s funded by the NSF so I guess that’s his spook connection.

Interestingly, he was sued over the Sandy Hook thing and got a half a million dollar judgement against him, which is apparently still under appeal to this day. It will be interesting to see what happens with that.

Fetzer has also promoted theories that the Boston Marathon bombing, Parkland and Pulse nightclub shootings, and the Charlottesville car attack were hoaxes, classified training-exercises in the vein of Sandy Hook, and believes the Apollo moon landings were faked.

He also teamed up with Veterans Today, which is a hard core disinformation site that Ry Dawson suggests is run by the Israelis. I notice that certain combinations of search terms will often lead to both VT and my own blogs, which I suspect means the things I write about are the things that Israelis very much want to poison the well over. When you get flak that mean’s you’re over the target, I say as I pat myself on the back.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_H._Fetzer

Back in the real world, it’s quite possible the Cubans are shooting microwaves at CIA at the embassy, causing the headaches and dizziness. It could be the Russians, I guess, who knows.