Lee Camp: America’s Impressive History of Bioweapons Attacks Against Its Own People (ScheerPost)

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      mrdmk
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      Forget China-bashing conspiracy theories, let’s look at the fogging of SF, the microbial attack on the NYC subway and other unpleasantries perpetrated by the CIA and US military in our not-so-distant past

      By Lee Camp

       

      The Biden Administration, the mainstream media and pretty much all the politicians in our country continue to throw fuel on the Sinophobia fire initially stoked by former President and current Mar-a-lago “fungineer” Donald Trump.

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      During the Trump Administration, the Wuhan lab leak theory was called a ridiculous conspiracy that blossomed out of Trump’s racist brain — which it did. It absolutely did. And he should get some credit for that because anyone can be racist but Trump is a racist inventor. He comes up with new and exciting ways to be racist. So he deserves some credit for his innovation.

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      But one thing you’ll certainly never hear from the mainstream media is that all of this is stacked on top of a mostly-forgotten, yet impressively prodigious, history of the American people provably being used as lab rats by our own government. For example, as reported at Business Insider, “On September 20, 1950, a US Navy ship just off the coast of San Francisco used a giant hose to spray a cloud of microbes into the air and into the city’s fog. The military was testing how a biological weapon attack would affect the 800,000 residents of the city.”

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      But that experiment did not mark the end of such things, just the beginning. “Over the next 20 years, the military would conduct 239 “germ warfare” tests over populated areas, according to news reports from the 1970s – after the secret tests had been revealed – in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Associated Press, and other publications, and also detailed in congressional testimony from the 1970s.”

      LINK–ScheerPost, Lee Camp: America’s Impressive History of Bioweapons Attacks Against Its Own People

       

      Let’s start with this: These events would be almost funny if it were not so sick! The list of wrongs is endless. To this day, TPTB want to give government agencies such as military and alphabet soup (so-called) intelligence more power with more autonomy. Past and current history has proven to be a mistake. So why does the U.S. government allow it to repeat?

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      Utopian Leftist
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      uses biological weapons against its own troops. That has been proven, too.

      Still remember Agent Orange? I bet they still test all kinds of toxic shit in war zones.

      I also remember reading about the CIA performing gas experiments on the mostly black population at the Greyhound Bus Station in Washington, DC. I don’t remember the decade, but it was before the 80’s.

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        mrdmk
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        The Biological weapon exchange was in the 1980s, when Donald Rumsfeld of the Ronald Reagan Administration gave Saddam Hussein Biological Weapons to store in Iraq’s arsenal. These Biological Weapons were used on the Kurds in the 1990s.

        Phosphorous Bombs or in cluster munitions (bomblets) are used by the U.S. around the world. These are related to Napalm Munitions, which have been outlawed by the global community under the label chemical weapons. Phosphorous bombs not only light cities ablaze and kill, but also maim. Cinders have been known to travel for miles with a burning temperature of 5,000 degrees. At this temperature, Phosphorous will burn through anything biological, also many solids such as metals. Phosphorous munitions have been banned by the global community, which the U.S. takes exception too.

        One thing the article does not about is, both biological and chemical munitions are indiscriminate weapons, meaning they cannot be contained to a military target. Another reason, is these weapons tend to maim more than they kill. This is why these classes of munitions are outlawed.

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          I think we can include depleted uranium as another item of biological warfare. We coat our bombs with it, and I believe we’re still using that in Iraq.

          After the first Iraq War, I remember they discovered a whole syndrome that thousands of troops were suffering from, which included among other things, birth defects. I wonder what they’ll “discover” after decades of troop exposure to depleted uranium.

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      Earthartist
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      And they want us to believe Assad who was winning the war and had already had the US claim the chemical weapons were used would do it again.  It was the obama gang who used white phosphorus in Syria raygun who sold them to sadam

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      djean111
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      “So why does the U.S. government allow it to repeat?” – because that’s where the money is.  IMO.  I don’t think we have been “people” to the government for a long long time.

      America is not a country, it's just a business. (Brad Pitt, Killing Them Softly)

      Everything I post is just my opinion, and, honestly, I would love to be wrong.

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