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When push comes to shove, there are really only two nations out there in the world at large that can give ol’ Lady Liberty here a run for her money, and they’ve both been acting up as of late.

I’m speaking, of course, of Russia and China, both former adversaries of the United States in one way or another, and each with their own terrifying characteristics.

In the case of Russia, the former Soviet Union is no stranger to high level, invasive espionage, nor are they shy about offing anyone who decides to run away in order to disparage the Kremlin from afar; like a psychotic, scorned teenage girl, (or Hillary Clinton dialing a hitman), Russia will find you.

China, on the other hand, has a bit of a different issue:  A sheer volume of populace that would make any nation on earth cower should they turn to military buildups in earnest…something that many experts agree could be occurring as we speak.

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Earlier this week we were given a glimpse at a brand new Chinese weapon compared to a “laser AK 47”, which fires a silent, virtually invisible ray of pure energy of to 800 meters, where it will then instantly carbonize human skin, or light your clothes on fire at the very least.

Now, an American citizen abroad is claiming that China may have been actively attacking him, using a similarly bizarre piece of weaponry.

A U.S. private citizen who visited China has reported symptoms like those of U.S. diplomats afflicted with a mysterious illness in Havana and Guangzhou, a U.S. State Department official said on Thursday.

The person, who was not named by the department official, is the first non-official American known to have experienced the symptoms following a trip to China. Nineteen private U.S. citizens have reported similar symptoms after traveling to Cuba.

Twenty-five U.S. officials in Havana and at least one working at the U.S. consulate in Guangzhou have been sent back to the United States after exhibiting symptoms consistent with a concussion or mild traumatic brain injury.

Many of them reported the mystery illness, whose cause is unknown, following an experience of abnormal sounds or pressure.

In a March 2 travel advisory, the State Department urged U.S. citizens to reconsider travel to Cuba, saying that “numerous U.S. Embassy Havana employees appear to have been targeted in specific attacks.”

“Affected individuals have exhibited a range of physical symptoms including ear complaints and hearing loss, dizziness, headaches, fatigue, cognitive issues, visual problems, and difficulty sleeping,” it added.

This is an incredibly disturbing turn of events in the Far East, as America enters unprecedented trade war territory with the Chinese government.

 

 

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