According to a comprehensive 12-page assessment by three intelligence analysts, obtained by the Washington Times for the first time, China has emerged as the global leader in the development of “NeuroStrike weapons” that directly target brain function. This innovative study sheds light on the ambitious armament developments of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which entail the use of microwaves or other directed energy to control brain activity.
The research clarifies the astonishing but little-known fact that the PLA and CCP have a monopoly on the production of NeuroStrike weapons. These sophisticated platforms include a variety of delivery methods, such as the use of the entire electromagnetic spectrum and standalone tools such as portable weapons. Therefore, they are capable of directly assaulting or possibly controlling the minds of mammals, including humans.
The report, titled “Enumerating, Targeting, and Collapsing the Chinese Communist Party’s Neurostrike Program,” was authored by L.J. Eads, Xiaoxu Sean Lin, and Ryan Clarkson. It substantially contributes to our understanding of this alarming trend.
Psychological and neurostrike warfare are essential components of the CCP’s asymmetric warfare strategy against the United States and its allies in the Indo-Pacific, according to the paper. The new NeuroStrike development environment of the CCP includes the deployment of numerous weapons designed to impair brain function, as well as human-computer interfaces used to control entire populations.
The Chinese organizations were targeted in legal action in December 2021 by the U.S. Commerce Department because they were allegedly working with the CCP on “biotechnology processes to support Chinese military end uses and end users, including brain-control weaponry.”
The Financial Times was informed at the time by a senior U.S. official that China was interested in utilizing cutting-edge biotechnologies for potential military uses, including gene editing, human performance enhancement, and brain-machine interfaces.
According to the most recent report, China might use this technology to assert itself aggressively against Taiwan.
Analysts contend that any advancement in this area of research might provide the CCP unmatched tools to bring about a new world order, which has been Xi Jinping’s lifelong ambition. In light of these facts, the report makes several recommendations for Americans, including the need to spread knowledge about “NeuroStrike” weaponry, halt supply chains, and tighten sanctions on Chinese firms involved in military cooperation for technological development.