Ten Chemical Weapons Attacks Washington Doesn’t Want You to Talk About

Ten Chemical Weapons Attacks Washington Doesn’t Want You to Talk About.

After reading the above report from Global Research(especially the section refering to US government experiments on African Americans) if you  think that no British government would behave in this way…then read the links below.

Our own government carried out military research at Porton Down with chemical agents, including sarin gas, on unsuspecting volunteer servicemen…as recently as 1983.

Porton Down was also involved in developing biological weapons and these were also in 200 experiments on an unsuspecting British public between 1949 and 1979.

So whose ‘red line’ was Obama on about, again?

 

http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2004/12/port-d11.html

http://www.theguardian.com/uk/2003/sep/28/military.antonybarnett

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1410043/Porton-Down-used-soldiers-for-Sarin-gas-tests-in-1983.html

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7 thoughts on “Ten Chemical Weapons Attacks Washington Doesn’t Want You to Talk About

  1. beetleypete

    Great stuff as usual Sue. They have no scruples about testing this stuff on their own people, or selling it to anyone who can afford to buy. They then have the temerity to attack them for (possibly) using it themselves! My blood is boiling! (But then it usually is…)
    Regards, Pete.

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    1. sparaszczukster Post author

      I think what makes me so angry is the difficulty of getting any of this stuff on mainstream news. We’re presented with such a narrow view – the view Cameron etc want us to believe. Propaganda.

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  2. beastrabban

    Reblogged this on Beastrabban’s Weblog and commented:
    Another piece from Global Research showing that America does not have the moral authority to condemn any chemical weapon attacks by Syria or anyone else, and she and her allies have also used them against civilians. Two of the claims are rather shaky. David Koresh at Waco was a cult leader, and so not entirely innocent himself in the holocaust at Waco. Furthermore, the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki aren’t, as Global Research themselves admit, chemical weapons. Nevertheless, the article makes several very, very good points. It presents more information about US actions in Iraq not commonly known in the West. Did you know that US troops used white phosphorous, a truly horrific incendiary, in Fallujah in 2004? I didn’t.

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  3. beastrabban

    The bombardment of the Black neighbourhood with chemical, and possibly radioactive material, as part of an experiment reminds me of the Tuskeegee experiment. This was a medical experiment carried out in the 1930s to investigate the progress of syphilis in the population. Poor Black sharecroppers were deliberately infected with the disease and medical treatment withheld until they finally died. In return they were paid and the burials paid for by the state. One prominent American conspiracy theorist, writing in the countercultural journal ‘Steamshovel Press’, stated that the Black Americans he talked to about the alleged creation of the AIDS virus as a germ-warfare experiment believed this to be true. Their reason was the Tuskeegee experiment. In this case, the story about the AIDS virus was a Soviet psy-ops piece of disinformation, put out in retaliation for the Americans claiming they were behind the assassination attempt on the Pope. Despite this, America has carried out several, highly unethical experiments on its own people. These have included dosing unwitting civilians up with radioactive matter in order to investigate its effects on the human body in preparation for a nuclear strike. This all came to the fore in 1995 after a series of FOI requests. They were covered in an opinion piece in ‘New Scientist’ over here. Given this history of dirty tricks, you can see why a number of Americans distrust and fear their government. Even paranoiacs are right sometimes.

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    1. sparaszczukster Post author

      We use a video about the Tuskagee syphilis experiment in our Ethics lectures, part of the Research Methods course, at the university where I work (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-YMdaEdbcg&hd=1) its a shocking example of the double standards we’ve come to expect from America . We also use the case of Willowbrook State School on Staten Island from 1972 which was a school for profoundly disabled children who were deliberately infected with hepatitis for experimental purposes. The conditions in which these children lived were worse than appalling (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbiYJkiX-Dg). Such cases only highlight the absolute hypocrisy of the West when they seek to demonise Arab leaders such as Saddam Hussein, Gaddafi and now Assad. How dare they?

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