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2018-05-24

國安危機:聲波攻擊重現廣州


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2016-2017:美駐古巴大使館+加拿大駐古巴大使館
2017-2018:美駐廣州總領事館
發生的時間很近。

The "sonic attack" happens again US Consulate General in Guanzhou, after the similar incident happened in US and Canada Embassy to Cuba during 2016-2017.  The two incidents are close.

這種手法,類似俄羅斯對政敵或叛逃外交人員時失的輻射物質「制裁」,是一種見不得陽光的慢性制裁。
手法很共產!
The other similar trick of "sonic attack" is radioactive substance Plutonium that Russia or Ukraine used to punish Ukraine President campaign candidate Yushchenko in 2004, and to kill the secret agent Litvinenko in 2006, the double agent Sergei Skripal and a lady in London this year among others. 
The style is very communist!

食髓知味這手法,當然會在他國出現,攻擊他國高官,或不喜歡的人。
2018開始吧?這會是台灣的國安問題。
This is a very secret and subtle move that even the diplomatic department might not be aware of.  Only the top leader knows. 
Any country may now use the techniques to decapitate leaders of rival nation or to “delete” the disobedient activists.  And that is what Taiwan should be alert.


美外交官生怪病 這回不在古巴在廣州    自由20180524
美國駐中國廣東省廣州市領事館的一名員工,由於不明原因出現「對聲音和壓力有不正常的敏感」癥狀,被送回美國診治後發現腦部輕度受傷,美國國務院23日發佈健康警訊。國務院指出,該名員工自2017年底至今年4月間,身體出現一系列症狀;美國駐北京大使館18日得知,該名員工「輕度創傷性腦傷」;但不清楚在中國的其他使領館是否也有類似情況。對此,中共黨媒「環球網」晚間發表社評,指此事「不可思議」,要求美方客觀調查2016年底至17年初,美國駐古巴外交人員也出現一連串神秘癥狀,疑似遭到音波攻擊,迫使美國將大部分使館人員撤出古巴首都哈瓦那,並將多數古巴外交人員驅離華府,迄今原因成謎。


American in China injured in 'sonic attack' similar to Cuba    AL JAZEERA 20180524
US says embassy worker's brain injury in China appears similar to those sustained by diplomats in Cuba 'sonic attacks'.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said a brain injury sustained by an American official in a "sonic attack" in China was similar to those that affected US and Canadian diplomats in Cuba.
Pompeo's remarks on Wednesday came hours after the US embassy in China issued a health warning to Americans living in the country an "unusual" auditory or sensory phenomena.
The embassy said a US government employee in the southern city of Guangzhou reported experiencing a "subtle and vague, but abnormal, sensations of sound and pressure", which led to a mild brain injury.
Pompeo told the House Foreign Affairs Committee the "sonic attack" in China was similar to the incidents in Cuba last year.
"The medical indications are very similar and entirely consistent with the medical indications that have taken place to Americans working in Cuba," he said.
The US was moving medical teams to the area to work on the case, he said.
"We are working to figure out what took place both in Havana and now in China as well," Pompeo said.
In Washington for talks with Pompeo, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said the US should avoid politicising the case.
"We don't want to see that this individual case would be magnified, complicated or even politicised," Wang told reporters.
"China has been investigating this matter in a very responsible manner.  We haven't found that any organisation or individual has carried out such a sonic influence."
He suggested the US carry out an "internal" probe into the case.

'Variety of symptoms'
Heather Nauert, the state department spokeswoman, said the US embassy learned on Friday that the Guangzhou employee showed concussion symptoms after medical testing.
That is the same clinical finding doctors treating the Cuba patients at the University of Philadelphia found.
The Guangzhou worker started experiencing "a variety of symptoms" starting in late 2017 that lasted through April this year, Nauert said.
The worker was sent to the US for further evaluation, she added.
In Cuba last year, 24 diplomats and their family members were left with mysterious injuries resembling brain trauma, which were suspected of being caused by a "sonic attack".
Ten Canadian diplomats and their relatives also suffered similar illnesses.
The still-unexplained incidents sparked a rift in US-Cuban relations, while investigators have chased theories including a sonic attack, an electromagnetic weapon, or a flawed spying device.
Symptoms, sounds and sensations reportedly varied dramatically from person to person, according to The Associated Press.
Some have permanent hearing loss or concussions, while others suffered nausea, headaches and ear-ringing.  Some struggle with concentration or common word recall.
In Washington for talks with Pompeo, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said the US should avoid politicising the case.
"We don't want to see that this individual case would be magnified, complicated or even politicised," Wang told reporters.
"China has been investigating this matter in a very responsible manner. We haven't found that any organisation or individual has carried out such a sonic influence."
He suggested the US carry out an "internal" probe into the case.

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