United States Instituted Thousands Covert Military Biological, Radiation Experiments On Own Citizens
Updated: Jul 1
Blind trust in a government with a documented history of covert experimentation on its own population with biological & chemical weapons is naive and dangerous. US citizens would be wise to learn the history and understand 'trusting science' is ceding blind faith in institutions with a long history of committing covert abuses against citizens.
It is imperative individuals develop a basic understanding of widespread past abuse, committed by the same government & military agencies responsible for the development of Covid-19 gene line editing vaccinations; new technology drugs, utilizing Crispr technology, with serious ethical and military implications (article below):
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A brief internet search on the United States history of covert government and military biological experimentation on U.S. citizens revealed the following:
This was one of hundreds of bio-weapon simulations carried out in the 1950s and 1960s
"Beginning on September 26, 1950, the crew of a U.S. Navy minesweeper ship spent six days spraying Serratia marcescens into the air about two miles off the northern California coast. The project was called “Operation Sea Spray,” and its aim was to determine the susceptibility of a big city like San Francisco to a bioweapon attack by terrorists.
In the following days, the military took samples at 43 sites to track the bacteria's spread, and found that it had quickly infested not only the city but surrounding suburbs as well.
During the test, residents of these areas would have inhaled millions of bacterial spores. Clearly, their test showed, San Francisco and cities with similar size and topography could face germ warfare threats. “In this regard, the experiment was a success,” writes Kreston.
But there was a catch. At the time, the US military thought that Serratia couldn’t harm humans. The bug was mostly known for the red spots it produced on infested foods and had not been widely linked to clinical conditions. That changed when one week after the test, 11 local residents checked into a Stanford University Hospital complaining of urinary tract infections.
Upon testing their pee, doctors noticed that the pathogen had a red hue. “Infection with Serratia was so rare that the outbreak was extensively investigated by the University to identify the origins of this scarlet letter bug,” writes Kreston. After scientists identified the microbe, the cases collectively became the first recorded outbreak of Serratia marcescens. One patient, a man named Edward Nevin who was recovering from prostate surgery, died, and some have suggested that the release forever changed the area's microbial ecology, as Bernadette Tansey pointed out for the San Francisco Chronicle in 2004".
More on experiments HERE:
"The idea, according to a two-volume report the Army gave to the senate health subcommittee yesterday, was to learn how to wage biological warfare and defend against it.
The Washington tests started in 1949 at an undisclosed location and were conducted again in may, 1965, at the bus terminal and airport.
Washington was one of five cities where the Army released simulated lethal germs in public places. Other cities where the public served as unknowing guinea pigs were New York, San Francisco, Key West and panama City, Fla.
A11 told, the Army listed 27 times that it tested simulated toxins on public property, including releasing spores in two tunnels on a stretch of the Pennsylavia Turnpike".
Mentally retarded children housed at the Willowbrook State School in Staten Island, New York, were intentionally given hepatitis in an attempt to track the development of the viral infection. The study began in 1956 and lasted for 14 years.
The Uk also conducted large scale spraying of biological agents onto their population:
"The Ministry of Defense turned large parts of the country into a giant laboratory to conduct a series of secret germ warfare tests on the public.
A government report just released provides for the first time a comprehensive official history of Britain's biological weapons trials between 1940 and 1979.
Many of these tests involved releasing potentially dangerous chemicals and micro-organisms over vast swaths of the population without the public being told.
The Ministry of Defense turned large parts of the country into a giant laboratory to conduct a series of secret germ warfare tests on the public".
Investigation into the Experiments
"The investigation lead by Secretary O'Leary found that unethical experiments had been carried out by government doctors, scientists, and military officials on as many as 20,000 people between 1944 and 1974.  The President's committee found that over 40,000 experiments had been conducted.  The experiments conducted were far reaching across the country, and often targeted individuals that either did not know the potential dangers of being involved, or did not volunteer to be involved at all.  Some prominent examples include 800 pregnant women being administered radioactive iron in the late 1940s at Vanderbilt university, 200 cancer patients exposed to extremely high levels of radiation in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 18 persons injected with plutonium at the University of Chicago, 11 terminally ill cancer patients injected with radioactive calcium in New York City in the late 1950s, and 19 mentally disabled teenage boys who were unknowingly exposed to radioactive ingredients in food during so called nutritional studies. [2,3,5] Some of the most famous examples include two rival experiments done on prisoners in the Washington State Prison and the Oregon State Prison respectively, to determine the dosage of radiation to male testicles to produce sterility".
"Most of the experiments are 40 to 80 years old, and included giving hepatitis to mental patients in Connecticut, squirting a pandemic flu virus up the noses of prisoners in Maryland, and injecting cancer cells into chronically ill people at a New York hospital. Stobbe and his researchers uncovered 40 ethically dubious experiments by combing through medical journals and news reports at the time.
MIKE STOBBE, ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTER: There have been dozens of studies that the federal government has either conducted or paid for that involved the deliberate infection of test subjects. It was interesting how common it was.
There were some very noted researchers who were involved in studies that involved infecting mental patients or prisoners, including Jonas Salk, who’s famous for inventing the polio vaccine. In an attempt to see if an experimental flu vaccine worked, in 1942 he and his colleagues worked at a state insane asylum in Michigan exposing male patients to the flu. Some of these patients had vaccines, some of them didn’t.
And Joseph Goldberger, a public health hero. He’s the one that figured out that pellagra, a terrible disease that affected the south, was actually due to diet, poor diet. His study didn’t involve infecting people, because it was not a virus or bacteria causing the illness. But he did a study where they changed the diets of federal prisoners, and gave them this terrible, painful condition".
More recent developments:
The Insect Allies program aims to use bugs to disperse genetically modified (GM) viruses to crops.
Such action will have profound consequences and could pose a major threat to global bio-security, according to a team that includes specialist scientists and lawyers.
In an editorial published in the journal Science, a group of researchers led by Richard Guy Reeves, from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology in Germany, says Insect Allies isn't exactly what it says it is. Instead, they claim DARPA is potentially developing insects as a means of delivering a "new class of biological weapon."
If you are unaware of the history of Darpa, a good summary video here:
Global citizens need to open their eyes to the dangers of gene line editing technology utilized in Covid-19 vaccination. The potential exists for mass use of this technology to implement covert biological warfare against populations. This is not 'conspiracy theory'. In 2016, gene line editing was added to military's list of weapons of mass destruction list. And, many military and scientific experts have expressed severe concerns for weaponization and misuse of gene line editing tehnology. Additionally, a paper released this month by United Naval Institute, envisions a future of synthetic biological weapons and covert warfare:
""Of those dangers, next-generation bioweapons are the most serious. Unlike traditional bioweapons, which most states have abandoned as unreliable, synthetic bioweapons (SBWs) are weaponized biological threats modified through synthetic biology for novel effects, mechanisms, or processes.Unshackled from natural biology, SBWs possess characteristics engineered to target populations or individuals, through socially transmitted rather than kinetic means. Although each of the military services and the entire U.S. population could be at risk from SBWs, the nature of the Sea Services’ operations—far from home but necessarily dependent on local goods and services in forward-deployed locations—places them at particular risk".
Covid-19 cases are created by a testing program non-specific to Sars CoV2, the virus attributed to Covid-19 infection, and it has been documented that majority Covid-19 attributed cases were nothing more than false positives generated on a simple testing protocol recommendation error. Citizens should be aware of the extreme danger of allowing Covid-19 to be used as a cover story for illness and death due to other causes. Covert warfare with biological agents requires alternative explanations for the harms inflicted into populations.
To better understand the dangers of the current technology , it is recommended to read this military paper from 2002:
"For a bioweaponeer, the databases of increasing numbers of microbial genomes provide a virtual “parts list” of potentially useful genes for a genetic “erector set” to design and produce a new organism.
It is possible to pick and choose the most lethal characteristics.
Some think it may be possible to create an entirely new organism from scratch. Some animal viruses are so small that their entire genome could be stitched together, at least in principle, from machine-synthesized fragments using current technology. Mycoplasma, an organism that causes pneumonia in humans, has the smallest known bacterial genome.92 Genetic analyses of strains of mycoplasma indicate that only 265 to 350 genes are essential under laboratory growth conditions.
Thus, it may be possible to create an entirely synthetic “minimal genome” organism in the near future. If a streamlined cell of this type were available, it would be an attractive template to build a bioweapon".
According to the latest essay winner for the Naval Institute, the future is almost (or already) here:
Dr Strangelove, indeed