Category Archives: Havana Syndrome

Havana Syndrome — Toronto Professor : “Diplomats are not suffering from mass psychogenic illness”

“It is a disservice to the men and women of the United States and Canadian diplomatic services to suggest they are suffering from a ‘mass psychogenic illness’ arising from their tenure in Havana.” Professor Edward Shorter — University of Toronto … Continue reading

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Havana Syndrome — Dr Diane DiEuliis : “Neuro Science & Technology as Weapons”

“We’re not saying it’s not an injury to the brain. It may be. We do know, for sure, that it’s an injury to the ear and that the brain is affected. (…) These tests that we did cannot be faked.” … Continue reading

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Havana Syndrome — Was it a Neuro-Weapon? – Mechanistic Bases for Examining Effects of Acoustic and Electromagnetic Energy Exposures by Dr Carey D. Balaban (University of Pittsburgh)

“We’re not saying it’s not an injury to the brain. It may be. We do know, for sure, that it’s an injury to the ear and that the brain is affected. (…) These tests that we did cannot be faked.” … Continue reading

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Havana Syndrome — “Embassy Encephalopathy: Induced Hearing Loss, Cognitive Dysfunction and Neuropathological Changes – Possible Causes, Mechanisms, and Effects” by Dr. James Giordano (Georgetown University)

“We’re not saying it’s not an injury to the brain. It may be. We do know, for sure, that it’s an injury to the ear and that the brain is affected. (…) These tests that we did cannot be faked.” … Continue reading

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Havana Syndrome — CBS 60 Minutes : “Foreign Government Targeting U.S. Diplomats With Microwave Weapons”

“Dear Jeff, two years ago I tried to contact so many journalists. Not one ever replied…. We could have caught them ‘Red Handed’. Pure and simple. I actually recommended a simple way to document these attacks in Brussels, Belgium, in … Continue reading

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Havana Syndrome — “Probable Use of a Neuroweapon to Affect Personnel of US Embassy in Havana: Findings, Pathology, Possible Causes, and Disruptive Effects” — PART I : Dr. Michael Hoffer (University of Miami)

“We’re not saying it’s not an injury to the brain. It may be. We do know, for sure, that it’s an injury to the ear and that the brain is affected. (…) These tests that we did cannot be faked.” … Continue reading

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Havana Syndrome — PAFSO President Pamela Isfeld : “The Situation is Deeply Disturbing.”

“The situation facing the 14 Canadians suffering from “Havana Syndrome” is deeply disturbing to all of us in PAFSO and the broader foreign service community. They have our utmost concern and sympathy. The fact that no cause or source of … Continue reading

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Havana Syndrome — Canadian Diplomats sue Ottawa

“Throughout the crisis, Canada downplayed the seriousness of the situation, hoarded and concealed critical health and safety information, and gave false, misleading and incomplete information to diplomatic staff.” Group of Canadian diplomats “I am not going to comment on the … Continue reading

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Havana Syndrome — U.S. State Department Turns to National Academies for Answers [TIMELINE]

“Yet some diplomats and their doctors now tell NBC News they have growing concerns that the U.S. is trying to downplay whatever happened — at least in China.” NBC News — October 29 2018 “I think in this case, the … Continue reading

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Havana Syndrome — Antennae or Antennas?

“There’s plenty of debate in the medical community over what, if any, physical damage there is to these individuals. All I can say fairly definitively is that the A.P.-released recording is of a cricket, and we think we know what … Continue reading

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