Cait Ryan, who managed the Global TI Survey—surveying symptoms and experiences of electromagnetic/sonic assault being reported by people in the USA and worldwide–with Karla Smith, has made available the following information. The survey was closed on October 21 after being extended from Oct 18.
While the latest numbers are still being tallied, these figures from ten days prior, on Oct 13, note that 462 surveys had been completed and sent in, out of 866 survey ids sent out. (Respondents were required to first obtain a survey id online prior to being able to do the survey.)
In a conversation recently with a journalist, NSA retiree Senior Intelligence Analyst Kirk Wiebe, who will be analyzing the survey results with Bill Binney as supplied by Cait Ryan and Karla Smith, mentioned that about 550 people had responded and completed the survey.
Final numbers will no doubt be published shortly.
Most respondents came from the US (about 72%), with greater participation from the UK, Japan, Canada, France, and Australia, and smaller numbers from other countries across Europe, Asia, South America, and the Middle East.
In addressing the numbers, Cait Ryan said, “In my opinion there would have been a great deal more if the powers that be had not interfered – for example, I am basically not allowed to communicate much via Facebook – and so many TIs communicate mainly there.” She also said Google had taken down email often, preventing a normal usage of email, in effect restricting her outreach efforts. Inability to translate code into other languages such as German may have also prevented many worldwide from taking the survey.
However, she also noted that Mr. Wiebe had not expected a much larger response and for an initial response, they were satisfied.
Survey data will be analyzed and published soon, date of release and number updates to be added shortly. A new interview conducted on Oct 13 with NSA whistleblowers Bill Binney and Kirk Wiebe, who will be analyzing the data, will be published soon.
Source of Information: Cait Ryan, US-CACH