Biological Warfare Weapons Development and Testing
Posted Mar 02 2011 12:04pm
1980's: Tests of new disabling disease pathogens somewhere in the U.S. and Canada. At the same time mystery diseases were breaking out as far away as Incline Village, Nevada St. Lawrence Seaway in Canada. The CDC and NIH were not interested in studying these mystery outbreaks whose symptoms greatly resembled symptoms of brucellosis mutated by the visna virus.
1985-1989: U.S. sells several hundred units of bio-weapons to Iraq for use against Iran. Included in shipments were deadly anthrax plus disabling brucella agents: melitensis, suis and abortis. The latter caused "chronic fatigue" as well as disabling damage to major organs.
1991: Desert Storm Forces attacked by SCUDS. Several hundred thousand U.S., British and Canadian troops become ill with symptoms of mutated brucellosis. (See story on Lt. Richard and Gulf War Protest Oct. 13 in this issue). Allied attack halted immediately after attack by SCUDS. Possibly to prevent a second attack with anthrax armed SCUDS.
1992 to present: U.S., British and Canadian Military tell sick Gulf War Veterans that their illnesses were all in their imagination. NIH agrees !