Sometimes you just have to wonder...

In this case, with all the emerging data showing a clear pattern of health problems associated with 5G, I just have to wonder why the Kleptocorruptogarchy is still pushing it, beyond the "internet of things" and their bottomless lust for the power that comes with astronomical wealth. C.J.M. spotted this article and passed it along, and I suspect it may contain a partial answer:

Air Force Set To Deploy Its Counter-Drone "Phaser" Microwave Weapon Overseas

Now, in the past I have blogged about my suspicions about 5G, including the ideas that it could be used for (1) weather manipulation, and (2) mind manipulation. I have even speculated that with a forest of towers sprouting up, one might actually be looking at (3) the covert construction of a massive phased array antenna system on a continental scale for "other purposes" encompassing everything from ionospheric heating to other "national security" purposes (including the first two). Indeed, I suspect that eventually the Kleptocorruptogarchy will try to "sell" the whole project by invoking "security."

This article may, indeed, be loosely corroborating the last speculation. Consider the opening paragraph:

The U.S. Air Force says it will deploy a prototype of Raytheon's Phaser high-power microwave counter-drone system for an operational evaluation within months. The service has been experimenting with a number of anti-drone directed energy weapons, which also include lasers, in recent years as the threat of small unmanned aircraft has grown. A Raytheon representative has said that a recent mass drone attack that caused significant damage to oil infrastructure in Saudi Arabia has highlighted these concerns "to the nth degree." (Emphasis added)

Later, there are these paragraphs:

Radars or electro-optical and infrared cameras help cue the system to its targets. It then projects a beam of microwave energy that aims to disrupt a drone's internal systems, causing it to fall out of the sky or possibly initiate a pre-programmed emergency procedure where it tries to lands or return to a point of origin.

Phaser has the ability to switch from "disrupt" to "destroy" mode, in which it can send a burst of microwave energy sufficiently powerful enough high to fry electronic components inside an unmanned aircraft. The exact effect could be dependant on the system's range to the target and level of component hardening within the drone.


It isn't exactly clear how wide an effective microwave beam the Phaser can fire, but it is known to have been designed to counter groups of drones simultaneously, giving it real anti-swarm potential. It's unlimited magazine also would help in repulsing sustained attacks from multiple groups of drones. (Emphasis added)

In other words, the system is the "last layer" and a "point defense system." The problem, of course, is that building and manning such systems in American or European cities would be expensive. But, with a phased antennae array of sufficient power and sophistication, one might achieve similar effects through interferometry. That in turn can be made much more "efficient" by increasing the electrical conductivity of the atmosphere, which in turn can be done by...

... lots of spraying of heavy metals into the atmosphere.

Or, for those in the Angry Greta Oral Flatulence camp, chemtrails.

Of course, doing that will have may already have had its own repercussions, for that will alter the ambient conductivity in sensitive areas like chemical and ammunition plants, car battery compartments, grain elevators, transformers, California forests, electrical substa...

(Heavy Sigh)

See you on the slip side...


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. marcos toledo on October 4, 2019 at 7:16 pm

    Our elites begin by being stupid and end by being insane the lust for power and the belief in mammon is intoxicating the ultimate acid trip for the 1%.

  2. Pierre on October 4, 2019 at 7:14 pm

    It get’s gooderer, 5g can now be used for non (obviously) invasive colonoscopies as China considers doing same with deep penetrating lasers to 160m depth. (/satire).

  3. zendogbreath on October 4, 2019 at 3:01 pm

    Gotta wonder what Brendon O’Connell is doing now.
    Putin, Bibi, & The Bolsheviks
    This goes long past and through all the various spy ops of military tech and software with Maxwell and on.

  4. Robert Barricklow on October 4, 2019 at 12:47 pm

    Not worried about Chinas, Russians, and other nations.
    The prime target are Americans.
    It is rumored the natives want to govern themselves;
    w/o any tyrannies of power in control.

    Transnationals, internationalists & corporate fascists have different goals than those of the common people.

  5. Bryce on October 4, 2019 at 12:15 pm

    It gets gooder.
    Folks can now place 5G antennas on their houses.

  6. Connedincalifornia on October 4, 2019 at 11:46 am

    Ah, it would seem many pieces of the puzzle seem to fit.

  7. anakephalaiosis on October 4, 2019 at 6:40 am

    The Jesuit superstructure (Weishaupt’s umbrella) is the imperial plan of the grand architect (papacy), against princes (nation states).

    The American superstructure (USA) needed one civil war, and European superstructure (EU) needed two world wars.

    The Illuminatus torch tower of interference, that unites the Jesuit sleeper cells, into spooks onion of superstructure, stands in New York.

  8. goshawks on October 4, 2019 at 5:59 am

    Drones are the asymmetrical warfare response to others ‘owning the skies’. Smaller nations cannot either build-up an effective air force or purchase sufficient anti-aircraft missiles for defense. About the only way that they can ‘strike back’ is with explosive-laden drones. Also, swarm tactics become possible with drones each costing ‘only’ hundreds/thousands of dollars, especially with global GPS.

    The problem is that countering drones requires a million-dollar setup per installation. Plus expensive, specialized manpower. That adds up quick. Devices like the Raytheon counter-drone system will never be bought in sufficient quantity to cover multi-thousands of potential targets.

    Back in WWII, the US Navy never developed a successful counter to kamikaze tactics. All they could do was to try to minimize losses:

    In a certain way, explosive-laden drones are this era’s kamikazes…

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