Is the government testing germ warfare on us? I remember in the early nineteen seventies, 1971 or 1972, driving down Fifth Avenue in NYC and hearing on the car radio that the government was performing germ warfare tests in the subways of New York. I waited over the next few weeks to read or hear more news but it never came. No denials, no retractions, no explanations; it was if it never happened at all. As if whoever had heard it must have been hallucinating, dreaming. But it was no dream.
From Truthstream Media:
U.S. Military Conducted 239 DOCUMENTED Germ Warfare Experiments on Unwitting Citizens in Just 20 Years
Sputnik recently asked, “Is experimenting on people without their knowledge ever acceptable?” noting:
Just a few short years after America signed the Nuremberg Code, the US military conducted a secret bioweapons experiment on the city of San Francisco, without the knowledge of the people. The entire city was infected and one person died. But this wasn’t the only instance. There were at least 239 documented cases…
Two hundred and thirty nine.
There are at least 239 documented cases of the United States military conducting secret germ (bioweapons) warfare experiments on people without their knowledge in just the 20-year period between 1949 and 1969.
If an individual did any of these horrible, horrendous acts, that person would be labeled a terrorist and sentenced to death. What happens when the terror is committed by our own nation’s military?
Here are just a few examples.
In 1950, the Navy sprayed the entire city of San Francisco with an aerosol spray containing several microbes from 43 locations. Fluorescent particles of zinc-cadmium-sulfide were added to the mixture to measure the impact. According to their estimate, nearly all of the city’s 800,000 residents inhaled at least 5,000 particles. One person died.
In 1965, the Army released a bacteria at Washington’s Greyhound bus terminal and National Airport. The result? “More than 130 passengers were exposed to the bacteria and traveled to 39 cities in seven states…” The Army has also released spores in turnpike tunnels and bacteria into subway systems on record. They have sprayed “simulated” germs into the air over military members and their families at several military bases.
These examples are just the tip of the iceberg. A comprehensive list of U.S. government human experimentation horrors can be found here.
Of course the military explains away all of their illegal activities with the magic words “national security.” Do you feel more secure knowing that they have committed, at a minimum, 239 violations of the Nuremberg Code?
The Nuremberg Code was drafted in 1947 to avoid the type of human experimentation committed by Nazis …”
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