Three Writers Weigh In On Official Report on Diplomat Microwave Injuries, and Censorship of 5G Discussion Continues

Three Writers Weigh In On Official Report on Diplomat Microwave Injuries, and Censorship of 5G Discussion Continues
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By Patricia Burke

Three different writers published articles this week addressing the December 2020, “Consensus Study Report: An Assessment of Illness in U.S. Government Employees and Their Families at Overseas Embassies, Standing Committee to Advise the Department of State on Unexplained Health Effects on U.S. Government Employees and Their Families at Overseas Embassies, of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (2020)” [1]

First, writing from Norway, Einar Flydal offers “Havana syndrome: The report on the irradiation of American diplomats is an acceptance of the criticism of 5 G, which, among other things, has come through appeals and recommendations from professionals throughout the world.” Included in his analysis are interview questions with 96-year-old Prof. Karl Hecht regarding the microwaving of the Moscow Embassy during the Cold War.

“What does this summary tell us?

This is the question that Einar Flydal naturally asks. When researchers trusted by the US leading research council are charged with an impartial assessment and when these researchers come to the same conclusion as those researchers who strongly criticize US radiation protection administration, FCC and FDA, their standardization body IEEE as well as ICNIRP, WHO’s handling and therefore also our own radiation protection, it becomes an acceptance of the criticism of 5G, which has, among other things, been made via appeals and recommendations from professionals throughout the world. (2)

Karl Hecht and “microwave war”

Prof. Dr. Karl Hecht (*) witnessed the “microwave war” between the US and the USSR when the Soviet Union irradiated the US embassy in Moscow for a total of 17 years – with doses well below the US limit values. The following is what Karl Hecht answered Einar Flydal to his inquiry:


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