Bio-PsyWar | Message In The Anthrax

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Welcome to the Bio-PsyWar which is part 10 in the series.


This episode is a continuation of the recent work I’ve done on:

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David Gergen was a panelist on the session entitled Whither The United States? at the 1992 Bilderberg.[1]

As a participant in the Operation Dark Winter simulation and a board member of the Klaus Schwab Foundation[2], he is a direct link between the biowar complex and the World Economic Forum.

https://wikispooks.com/w/index.php?title=David_Gergen

Dark Winter was an “exercise” on 22-23 June 2001 “wherein senior former officials would respond to a bioterrorist induced national security crisis”[1], where “terrorists” started a smallpox outbreak in the US.

Dark Winter not only predicted the 2001 anthrax attacks, but some of its participants had clear foreknowledge of those attacks.”

Whitney Webb (1 April 2020)  [2]

The simulation eerily predicted the 2001 anthrax attacks that happened just 3 months later, and also the initial government narrative of those attacks. It also reinforced other narratives, such as an imminent threat from international supervillain Bin Laden, that Saddam Hussein‘s Iraq had “WMDs“, and that the two had joined forces.

https://wikispooks.com/wiki/Operation_Dark_Winter

Operation Dark Winter

From Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core

Operation Dark Winter

Location

Andrews Air Force BaseMaryland, U.S.

Date

June 22, 2001 – June 23, 2001

Operation Dark Winter was the code name for a senior-level bio-terrorist attack simulation conducted from June 22–23, 2001.[1][2][3] It was designed to carry out a mock version of a covert and widespread smallpox attack on the United States. Tara O’Toole and Thomas Inglesby of the Johns Hopkins Center for Civilian Biodefense Strategies (CCBS) / Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), and Randy Larsen and Mark DeMier of Analytic Services were the principal designers, authors, and controllers of the Dark Winter project.

https://infogalactic.com/info/Operation_Dark_Winter

Meet the Microbe

Anthrax is caused by the bacteria Bacillus anthracis, whose name derives from the Greek word for coal (“anthrakis”) due to the black, dead tissue that develops at the site of infection. The bacterium reproduces rapidly within host cells as an obligate pathogen, and cannot survive outside of its host. When exposed to adverse conditions, B. anthracis forms a spore. These spores can exist for decades in the absence of any nutrients and similarly stressful conditions – after an animal dies of an anthrax infection, anthrax spores will persist in the dirt where the body decomposed for upwards of 70 years. When these spores are ingested by a grazing animal or get caught in a cut in the flesh of a passing creature, they will germinate and the bacteria will begin reproducing within their new host[5,8,12,13].

https://biogeekery.wordpress.com/2014/12/03/anthrax-bacillus-anthracis/

Epidemiologists are often called “disease detectives,” using many of the same methods as regular detectives to determine the cause of disease outbreaks, epidemics (i.e., larger excess in disease cases), or even pandemics (i.e., worldwide excess in disease cases).  The anthrax outbreak in the United States which occurred during the latter part of 2001 has many of the same characteristics as a typical outbreak.  What is different, however, is that there was no transmission from infected to susceptible persons that linked one case with another.  Instead, all of the cases were generated by a terrorist or group of terrorists who sent letters containing anthrax spores through the postal system.  These spores — very small in size — typically entered the skin or lungs or victim when the envelop was handled or opened, when coming in contact with an environment where envelopes had previously been handled or opened, or when passing through small holes in unopened envelops. 

https://www.ph.ucla.edu/epi/bioter/detect/antdetect_intro.html

Anthrax Missing From Army Lab

January 20, 2002

By JACK DOLAN And DAVE ALTIMARI

, Courant Staff Writers

Lab specimens of anthrax spores, Ebola virus and other pathogens disappeared from the Army’s biological warfare research facility in the early 1990s, during a turbulent period of labor complaints and recriminations among rival scientists there, documents from an internal Army inquiry show.

https://web.archive.org/web/20020409022746/http://www.ctnow.com/news/specials/hc-detrick0120.artjan20.story?coll=hc-h

Powder samples from both the Brokaw and Daschle letters were couriered to Fort Detrick, headquarters of the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID), in Frederick, Maryland. The USAMRIID scientists were alarmed by what they discovered. It was the same stuff that had killed Bob Stevens, the tabloid photo editor, in Florida: the Ames strain, used in the U.S. biodefense program. The distribution of Ames, regulated by USAMRIID, was limited to about a dozen labs under tight security controls. Moreover, the anthrax had been weaponized, refined to its most lethal particle size of one to three microns. Most astonishing was its purity: the powder had been concentrated to a trillion spores per gram.

In November, some of the West’s top biowarriors converged on Swindon, England, for an advanced training course for the United Nations Monitoring, Verification, and Inspection Commission. One of the big names on hand for the conference was Steven J. Hatfill, a former USAMRIID virologist and a protégé of Bill Patrick’s. Those who completed the course and were certified would have a chance to join the search for Saddam’s bioweapons in Iraq. While the 12-day course was under way, someone sent another biothreat letter, postmarked in November in London, to Senator Daschle. When the powder proved nontoxic, the letter was filed away and escaped further scrutiny.

In December 2001, Dr. Barbara Hatch Rosenberg, a noted bioweapons expert, delivered a paper contending that the perpetrator of the anthrax crimes was an American microbiologist whose training and possession of Ames-strain powder pointed to a government insider with experience in a U.S. military lab. In March 2002, she told the BBC that the anthrax deaths may have resulted from a secret project to examine the practicability of sending real anthrax through the mail — an experiment that misfired despite such precautions as taped envelope seals. That surprising hypothesis made Rosenberg a target for knee-jerk criticism, but competent sources within the biowarfare establishment thought she might well be right.

It’s also a matter of record that in 1965 military scientists gassed Washington National Airport and a Greyhound bus terminal, using B.g. Most Americans would like to think that our government doesn’t do that kind of thing anymore. I’d like to report, for example, that our military had nothing to do with those three gas incidents at Baltimore- Washington and Washington National airports in 1997. Though the F.B.I. won’t confirm it, I’ve been told at least one of those three events involved the dissemination not of B.g. but of B.t., the same substance the F.B.I. discovered in Hatfill’s refrigerator in August 2002.

The most curious piece of fieldwork noted on Steven Hatfill’s most recent C.V. is that of “open air testing and vulnerability trials.” In a 2001 paper, “Biological WarfareScenarios,” Bill Patrick called the 1965 simulated attack on the New York subway “one of the most important vulnerability studies” of the 70 he conducted. In 1969, when the army’s biowarfare program was officially terminated, Steven Hatfill was still in fifth grade. By 1998, Hatfill was Patrick’s sidekick in what one colleague has described as a “Batman and Robin” team. But it is from USAMRIID that Hatfill claims to have acquired his working knowledge of army-sponsored “vulnerability” trials.

Several of America’s bioweaponeers have said, for the record, that the anthrax attack has an upside. The killings have forced long-awaited F.D.A. approval of the Bioport anthrax vaccine facility and prompted increased federal spending on biodefense — by $6 billion in 2003 alone. But the anthrax offender also diverted law-enforcement resources when we needed them most and wreaked havoc on the U.S. Postal Service. He has shown the world how to disrupt the American economy with minimal expense, and how to kill with minimal risk of being caught.

Now that it”s been done once, it seems likely to happen again. Bill Patrick — whose expertise, in the wrong hands, may be deadly — even though he is not — has advised our military to be prepared for something far worse: “People say to me, ‘BW”s not effective.’ Ladies and gentlemen, I’m here to tell you, you look at atomic energy, you look at chemical method of infection — nothing, I mean nothing, produces what biological warfare does when you do your planning, and you have the right agent and the right dissemination-and-delivery system. Any questions?”

https://www.ph.ucla.edu/epi/bioter/messageanthrax.html

Although it may take several decades for the process of transformation to unfold, in time, the art of warfare on air, land, and sea will be vastly different than it is today, and “combat” likely will take place in new dimensions: in space, “cyber-space,” and perhaps the world of microbes. Air warfare may no longer be fought by pilots manning tactical fighter aircraft sweeping the skies of opposing fighters, but a regime dominated by long-range, stealthy unmanned craft. On land, the clash of massive, combined-arms armored forces may be replaced by the dashes of much lighter, stealthier and information-intensive forces, augmented by fleets of robots, some small enough to fit in soldiers’ pockets. Control of the sea could be largely determined not by fleets of surface combatants and aircraft carriers, but from land- and space-based systems, forcing navies to maneuver and fight underwater. Space itself will become a theater of war, as nations gain access to space capabilities and come to rely on them; further, the distinction between military and commercial space systems – combatants and noncombatants – will become blurred. Information systems will become an important focus of attack, particularly for U.S. enemies seeking to short-circuit sophisticated American forces. And advanced forms of biological warfare that can “target” specific genotypes may transform biological warfare from the realm of terror to a politically useful tool.

https://ia803100.us.archive.org/32/items/RebuildingAmericasDefenses/RebuildingAmericasDefenses.pdf

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