Venezuela has been implicated in an acoustic attack against US diplomats visiting Cuba, leaving several of them permanently deaf.
Just days before Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro visited Havana, a mysterious psychotronic weapons attack left 10 U.S. diplomats and their families with serious health problems. CNN reports that while the State Department conducts an investigation into the attack, officials suspect that whoever was behind it aimed to drive a wedge between the U.S. and Cuba.
Abreureport.com reports: Although the Miami Herald reported that this latest attack involving psychotronic weapons is a “wake-up call” for the United States when it comes to dealing with the renegade communist Cuban regime and its Caribbean allies, the very implication was made that the assault could have been carried out by a third party.
Despite Russia being the prime suspect besides the Cuban regime for developing and deploying psychotronic devices in covert warfare, the most direct beneficiary of a deterioration from relations between the US and Cuba is Venezuela. President Trump recently threatened a potential military solution to the ongoing Venezuelan crisis, forcing top military officials to re-clarify their loyalty to the regime and encouraging President Maduro to seek support from his allies in Cuba and the Dominican Republic.
Although the Dominican Republic currently enjoys friendly relations with the United States, it often votes in Venezuela’s favor, preventing the Organization of American States from censuring the Maduro government. Dominican papers have recently reported that President Trump could very well place the country on a black list, especially as revelations of it being one of North Korea’s top 10 trading partners are coming to light.
As Abreu Report previously reported, the wake-up call in the Caribbean should have come with the suspicious death of Dominican President Antonio Guzman, who was allegedly encouraged to commit suicide with a psychotronic weapon designed at behest of strongman Joaquin Balaguer, who inherited the throne after the CIA killed dictator Rafael Trujillo, elevating him from vice-president to iron-fisted ruler.
Since the death of President Balaguer, the militarized agency he craftily utilized to develop psychotronic weapons, INFOTEP, has grown into a behemoth that now regularly supplies technology to the North Koreans, the Cubans, the Venezuelans, and any other renegade regime with deep pockets for stealth weapons.
Most Americans don’t take President Trump’s threat to invade Venezuela as anything more than Twitter-babble, but in a region still healing from the deep wounds of repeated American invasions, paranoia runs deep and it may take no more than another tweet to spark a new arms race, with the Dominican government vetoing any resolution against Venezuela and continuing its weapons-for-oil program, profiting from its strategic position between two of America’s fiercest enemies.