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Chinese Scientists Allegedly Developed A Weapon For “Crowd Control”

Mac Slavo
September 19th, 2019
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Chinese scientists are claiming that they’ve invented the world’s first sonic weapon to control people by causing bodily discomfort. The rifle-shaped instrument, which was jointly developed with military and law enforcement, is designed to disperse crowds using focused waves of low-frequency sound, the academy’s Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry website said on Wednesday.

According to the South China Morning Post, the device’s “biological effect” would cause extreme discomfort, with vibrations in the eardrums, eyeballs, stomach, liver, and brain, scientists said. Studies dating to the 1940s found that low-frequency sound energy could cause dizziness, headaches, vomiting, bowel spasms, involuntary defecation, organ damage, and heart attacks. This all depends on frequency and exposure, but in Communist China, it really isn’t likely much thought will be given to the health of the slaves the government intends to use this on.

The Chinese government launched the sonic weapon program back in 2017 and its conclusion is likely to be related to the months of anti-government protests in Hong Kong, regardless of what the state-owned media is claiming.  That means the government intends to use the force and violence to control people protesting their use of force and violence.

Typically, sonic weapons are incredibly large and have to be mounted on vehicles. Until the Chinese developed this new device, which has no moving parts, they were also powered by electricity to drive a magnetic coil in order to generate energy. This meant they needed a large and stable source of power. But not anymore. People demanding their freedom has compelled the masters to come up with more ways to continue the enslavement of others.

So far, there have not been reports of the Chinese government using this weapon on people.  That could all change soon as people slowly begin to realize the nature of government is to be violent and controlling and keep people from figuring out that they are slaves. It would likely take very little for the government to use this device against its own people.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    There was an sonic ear device used on protestors in Pittburgh sometime ago.

  2. DWEEZIL THE WEASEL says:

    Old news. LASO and other police agencies were pioneering these toys almost twenty years ago. There were hand-held devices which could inflict pain at a distance. There were also sophisticated paint ball guns which could dispense powdered OC, very smelly stuff which clung to the clothes and body, and other nasty chemical concoctions. The Chinamen probably just stole the technology and put their chop on it.

  3. rellik says:

    I took a few years of Mandarin, If they talk slow I can understand some of what they say. Notice their army uses European/Arabic number markings on their ships and weapons like tanks and such.
    The “English” language and Arab/Indian number system will conquer the world.

  4. The Deplorable Renegade says:

    Anyone who points one of those damn things at me will be on his way to meet his maker. Any electronic weapon can be countered and defeated.

  5. asshat says:

    decibel weapons arent new. they are used to keep pirates from boarding ships. the noise rattles your eardrums to the point you cant stand it and you run to get away. old technology.

  6. Rock Roller says:

    I wonder what it will be like when they unleash their weaponized 5G frequency’s on us all.

  7. Oddfellow says:

    I always thought communism was about “power to the people”?

  8. Clown World says:

    In several pics, portable versions are being swiveled around, manually, on a tent pole.

    People who use laser pointers to blind AI should take into account which tone is generated, and what hardware is used.

  9. Mr_Yesterday says:

    Sonic disruptor, say hello to my dixie 7 inch hand mirror. Zap and redirect. Gotcha!

    How’d you defeat the frequency gun which shakes your eyeballs out of your head? Simple, I put a solar oven in front of my face and just walked toward the guy.

    What’s the best material to reflect low frequency vibrations?

    Counter that sht with a bass box!

    Anyways, it’s all bad. Every terrible instrument of war.

  10. The Chinese are claiming credit for this invention? Lol

    The Chinese don’t invent. They copy the inventions of white men.

    Sound is an old crowd control method. Perhaps the Chinese are using a Chinese version of a sound control machine. It is probably made of some cheap crap that will break (lol).

    I believe that the heart attack gun uses directed sound waves.

    These devices are more dangerous than bullets because they can be used without being detected.

    I was daydreaming about who I would use them on if I could do so without being detected. Oh, what a wicked imagination.

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  11. Bert says:

    Allegedly
    Allegedly
    Allegedly
    Allegedly

    Fits right in with the other bullshit stories on this site.

  12. Clown World says:

    “Studies dating to the 1940s found that low-frequency sound energy could cause dizziness, headaches, vomiting, bowel spasms, involuntary defecation, organ damage, and heart attacks.”
    “Attempts to demonstrate the existence of a “brown note” using sound waves transmitted through air have failed.”
    Because, a dense medium is required for the transmission of lower frequencies.

    “Typically, sonic weapons are incredibly large and have to be mounted on vehicles. ”
    My emphasis —
    “The parameter “ka”, which is the wave number multiplied by the speaker radius, is often used to characterize sound source directivity. For this source, ka=19 at 2.5 kHz, and according to the LRAD data sheet, the beam angle of about 30 degrees total is what is predicted for ***a regular loudspeaker.***”

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    Took me 5 minutes to figure out how to make this better.

  13. Plan twice, prep once says:

    The Chinese sound weapon is good at close range.

    Consider adding a weapon that works at a mile to your portfolio.

    Recent efforts at legislation to ban 50 cal weapons has lead to the development of smaller, but more effective rounds.

    Be prepped.

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