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Big ONES !

The Air Force secretary has got some big cojONES :
http://www.cnn.com/2006/US/09/12/usaf.weapons.ap/index.html

He thinks the US should test non lethal weapons on it’s own civilians first…

Is he going to go or is he going to stay ?

I lost any childish faih in politicians a long time ago. You would have to be near retarded to not understand how that would be viewed by the public.

You are aware that we already have tested mycoplasmic agents over american cities right?

[quote]k.elkouhen wrote:
The Air Force secretary has got some big cojONES :
http://www.cnn.com/2006/US/09/12/usaf.weapons.ap/index.html

He thinks the US should test non lethal weapons on it’s own civilians first…

Is he going to go or is he going to stay ?[/quote]

In other words he’s saying we may need to be prepared to use it on the anti-war protesters.


‘Mengele Lives!’ if FDA rule approved
Plan would allow medical experimentation on uninformed patients

Hidden history of US germ testing
But it wasn’t just the white coat volunteers and sailors who were subject to experiments. Scientists used what they thought was a harmless simulant in major bio-weapon tests across US cities and on public transport.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/file_on_4/4701196.stm

US Uses Chemical/Biological Weapons on Civilians at Home and Abroad
http://www.dissidentvoice.org/Articles/DVNS_CBW.htm

Operation bacterium - secret biological warfare tests on the public
The undercover operation, which took place in 1964-65, was part of a nationwide program of so-called ‘vulnerability’ testing designed to gauge the impact of an enemy-launched epidemic of smallpox…

…The Army, meanwhile, has been busy deciding how to spend the new money. One proposal currently under consideration is renewed open-air vulnerability testing.
http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1316/is_v17/ai_3838424/print

Tularemia agent found in DC air, but no cases seen
Oct 3, 2005 (CIDRAP News) - Several air sensors detected traces of the tularemia pathogen on the Capitol Mall in Washington, DC, Sep 24 and 25, but no cases of illness have been reported among people who were in the area at the time, according to health officials…

The microbe is one of the six agents considered most likely to be used by terrorists as a biological weapon…

Tens of thousands of people were on the mall Sep 24 for antiwar demonstrations and the National Book Festival, according to the Post. But no cases or suspected cases of tularemia have been reported, CDC spokesman Von Roebuck told CIDRAP News today.