US funding biowar research—an absurd claim, right?

In the article it is mentioned the USA sent Chemical/Biological weapons to Iraq for years, then said Iraqi Chemical/Biological Weapons had nothing to do with the Gulf War Illness, which was correct.
Turns out “Gulf War Illness was a Biological attack by the USA on American servicemen and women.

USA illegally using the cover of war to hide their crime, used their own troops as Lab Rats to test an untested Voodoo Witch’s brew Experimental Vaccine.
An Anthrax Vaccine using Squalene Oil as an Adjutant killed tens of thousands of USA GIs and Vets, premaritally disabling multiples of the tens of thousands.

It took a Group Lawsuit by GI’s and a court order to stop the USA from mass murdering their own troops long after they knew the vaccine was killing/disabling GI’s.

‘Vaccine A: The Covert Government Experiment That’s Killing Our Soldiers–and Why GI’s Are Only the First Victims Hardcover – October 27, 2004’

“An investigative journalist specializing in biological warfare issues reveals the secrets of the Pentagon’s medical experiments on U.S. and British soldiers, conducted without the knowledge or consent of the subjects. 100,000 first printing.”

And they are still lying about what they did thirty years later.

How do you know which political whore is lying?
It is the one who’s lips are moving!

The Ole Dog!

‘US funding biowar research—an absurd claim, right?’

by Jon Rappoport

March 21, 2022

US government spokespeople—falling all over themselves to insist America would never ever set up, own, or fund biowar research labs in the Ukraine—

And would never lie about the subject—

Insisting America’s track record is clean—

And its motives pure as the driven snow—

So that’s it, right? Case closed.

Well, how about this for track record:

The US sends bio/chem/nuclear war materials and tech to a foreign nation.

Then threatens to invade that nation because it possesses weapons of mass destruction (WMD).

Inspectors travel to that nation.

The inspectors report they can’t find conclusive evidence of WMD.

The US invades that nation anyway. War.

“Well, we knew they had WMD because we sent WMD to them.”

How’s that for an insane situation and a war crime?

The foreign nation is of course Iraq. And George W Bush launched the war in 2003—with the approval of Congress.

If the federal government of that nation—AMERICA—told you, in 2022, ANYTHING about biowar labs or WMD, would you believe them?

Read on. Here is a strange twisted grotesque story of the US supplying WMD to Saddam Hussein. I wrote and published it in 2016.

Wherever the word “virus” appears or is implied, I now intend it to mean “serum containing many compounds, some of which are moderately toxic, but no proven viruses.”

Nevertheless, there’s plenty of other WMD. And by the way, one of the American suppliers? THE CDC. THE US CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL. You may have heard of them.

Here we go:

In 1975, the US signed on to an international treaty banning the production, use, and stockpiling of biological weapons. Ditto for chemical weapons, in 1993. Another treaty.

Here’s a quote from the Washington Post (9/4/13), “When the US looked the other way on chemical weapons”: “…The administrations of Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush authorized the sale to Iraq of numerous items…including poisonous chemicals and deadly biological viruses, such as anthrax and bubonic plague…”

Between 1985 and 1989, a US 501C3 firm, American Type Culture Collection, sent Iraq up to 70 shipments of various biowar agents, including 21 strains of anthrax.

Between 1984 and 1989, the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) sent Iraq at least 80 different biowar agents, including botulinum toxoid, dengue virus, and West Nile antigen and antibody.

This information on the American Type Culture Collection and the CDC comes from a report, “Iraq’s Biological Weapons Program,” prepared by the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS).

Then we have a comprehensive article by William Blum in the April 1998 Progressive called “Anthrax for Export.” Blum cites a 1994 Senate report confirming that, in this 1985-1989 time period, US shipments of anthrax and other biowar agents to Iraq were licensed by…drum roll, cymbal crash…the US Dept. of Commerce.


US funding biowar research—an absurd claim, right?

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