Monday, June 13, 2005


Rigorous-intuition has an article on Biowarfare which is worth reading in full. The following is a shortened version:

Recently Dr Leonid Strachunsky was found dead in Moscow.

According to MosNews, "some sources link Wednesday’s murder of...Strachunsky, who specialized in creating microbes resistant to biological weapons, to [a] hepatitis outbreak" which, according to the latest report, has afflicted more than 500 people in Russia's Tver region."

Last winter 120 children in North Ossetia were likely accidentally poisoned by contaminated milk, and the drops of mercury that Russians have found in fruit juice and candy are presumably isolated incidents of industrial sabotage. But there should be a degree of uncertainty....

In the Autumn of 1999, field tests began for a vaccine, developed by OraVax Corporation, under license to the Army biowarfare lab at Fort Detrick (from which the anthrax of the attacks of 2001 was sourced).

The vaccine was to deal with a genetically-altered Japanese encephalitis virus the Army had created. Coincidentally encephalitis, in the form of West Nile Virus, also broke out in New York City.

Leonard Horowitz, in Death in the Air: Globalism, Terrorism and Toxic Warfare, cites the conclusions of researcher Patricia Doyle that "the sudden emergence of WNV, never before a public concern, was likely a deliberate release to 'test that city's biowarfare response, and make at least one corporation a sizable profit.'" (One year before becoming the exclusive manufacturer of WNV vaccine, OraVax had been delisted by NASDAQ, and was facing insolvency.)

In 1977 the Senate heard that, between 1949 and 1969, 239 "populated areas had been contaminated with biological agents."

In 1931 Dr. Cornelius Rhoads, under the aegis of the Rockefeller Institute was intentionally infecting Puerto Rican subjects with cancer cells.

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