Skip to comments.Russia Announces Plans For Zombie Gun, Prepare Your Bunkers
Posted on 04/07/2012 5:23:53 PM PDT by DogByte6RER
Russia announces plans for zombie gun, prepare your bunkers
Memories of the cold war have been raised from the dead this week with the confirmation from Russian officials they are testing an energy gun that would essentially turn people into zombies. The "psychotronic" gun would not only inflict pain but also attack the central nervous system leaving enemies scrambled.
The weapon, which is said to use electromagnetic radiation, was announced by Russian defense minister Anatoly Serdyukov and was confirmed by Russian Prime Minister and President-elect Vladimir Putin. It has apparently in some form been tested for crowd control.
If this sounds familiar you might be remembering our story on the U.S. military testing a heat beam, which caused reporters to cringe and run away when exposed to beam. The U.S. weapon also uses electromagnetic radiation, but is used in short bursts and with safety measures in place.
Despite this, the experience didn't look pleasant. And the U.S. weapon doesn't include the zombie factor.
Little is actually known about the Russian version other than what they have declared to the world's press. According to Australia's Herald Sun, both the U.S. and Russia have carried out research on electromagnetic waves since the '50s, and there is some evidence showing that low-frequency waves could affect brain cells and potentially alter thought.
If the pain and mind control is combined that could be a powerful weapon. President-elect Putin, not known for being shy, fully embraces that concept. According to The Herald Sun, he stated, " the technology is comparable in effect to nuclear weapons but 'more acceptable in terms of political and military ideology.'''
That is a pretty bold statement.
Does the weapon really exist even in a partial form? If not now, the Russians sound like they are in an experimental mood.
The Herald Sun reports that Defense Minister Serdyukov said the weaponry based on new physics principles direct-energy weapons, geophysical weapons, wave-energy weapons, genetic weapons and psychotronic weapons were part of the state arms procurement program for 2011-2020.
Sounds like the bunker business might be profitable again.
Maybe the Ruskies have gove overboard with their new weapon resulting in hoards of zombies roaming Moscow?
More info ...
Vladimir Putin Confirms Russian Zombie Radiation Gun
Russia working on electromagnetic radiation guns
I think they were using this at Obama campaign appearances in 2008.
We just use federal subsidies over here to create them.
“....they are testing an energy gun that would essentially turn people into zombies.”
The gun was tested in 2008 and has been found to be very effective.
It makes people believe in Hope and Change without knowing what it stands for.
It’s been used on Harry Reid and Obummer already.
But will it be able to make African Americans learn to swim? (reference to an earlier fun thread)
All you need is a multi-parabolic surfaced helmet that reflects the microwaves back to the source like a cat`s eye does to a laser beam.
Someone has to post this:
sucks being a grown up in brat’s world.
Or limited edition sneaker releases.
Reminds me of an old “Boys Life” magazine joke:
“In Russia, our women use bulldozers to take down trees.”
“In America, our women use cars.”
Scouts Out! Cavalry Ho!
Like I needed more reasons to put on the tin foil hat.
Just in case ...
Putin has already tested it on Medvedev — it works !
Zero already has one. It is called a teleprompter.
The “Scrambler”. Reduced people into infant stages without killing them. It was placed on a Cruise missle if I recall. It was design to fry the brains without killing. A true terror weapon.
I give you a thumbs up on the “War in 2020” reference.
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