The CIA tried to spread fear and panic among the public.
They used the liberal media to make people believe they were in serious danger.
But now, everything they said was proven to be a complete lie.
For years, the CIA pushed a wild story about “directed energy attacks” that were supposedly being inflicted by Russia or some other foreign actor.
They claimed that some malevolent foreign power was emitting a high-pitched sound that caused brain damage in anyone who heard it.
They even came up with a name for it – “Havana Syndrome,” given that name because the first few supposed cases of it were among U.S. diplomatic personnel in Havana.
But now, they were forced to admit that they had lied about the whole thing.
According to the Washington Post, “The Central Intelligence Agency has determined that a foreign country is probably not mounting a global attack aimed at U.S. personnel who have reported painful and sometimes debilitating physical symptoms, a significant finding that could undermine some officials’ suspicion that Russia is to blame for a years-long series of mysterious illnesses.”
This comes after scientists last year said that the most likely cause of “Havana syndrome” was crickets that are native to Cuba which make high-pitched mating noises.
The New York Post reported in October 2021 that “some scientists have backed an unlikely theory as to the source of the mysterious ‘Havana syndrome.’ The theory? Crickets, said researchers with JASON, an advisory group who frequently works with the State Department over scientific matters of national security. The newly declassified report, published in November 2018 and recently obtained by BuzzFeed News, found evidence that at least eight of the 21 cases of Havana syndrome were ‘most likely’ caused by the insects.”
Even as far back as 2019, a professor at the University of Lincoln in England named Fernando Montealegre-Zapata said that “the recording is definitively a cricket that belongs to the same group. The call of this Caribbean species is about 7 kHz, and is delivered at an unusually high rate, which gives humans the sensation of a continuous sharp trill.”
Buried at the bottom of the Washington Post report is a brief recap of the CIA’s efforts to lie about “Havana Syndrome” and use it to justify their efforts to provoke a war with Russia.
“While investigators had uncovered no hard evidence, some senior officials and lawmakers have maintained that Russia may be targeting U.S. personnel and their families with a powerful form of directed energy.”
There is no question that Vladimir Putin is a dictator and an authoritarian leader. Russia’s form of government is certainly not one that the U.S. should model itself after.
But that does not give the CIA license to provoke a war with a global nuclear power, particularly if it is based on lies and speculation.
For all of its faults, Russia did not deploy “directed energy attacks” against U.S. personnel. They did not hack the 2016 election and hand it to Trump. They didn’t collude with the Trump campaign.
This is another case of the CIA crying wolf.