- Note - The latest research
points to the US 'strain' of WNV being transmissible between humans by
blood, body fluids and breast milk. -ed
- West Nile Virus encephalitis is yet another new infectious
disease that has mysteriously appeared in the U.S., seemingly out of the
blue. Is this another disease, like AIDS, that poses a threat to certain
"high risk" groups? Could the outbreak of WN virus be some sort
of biologic "test" (like the anthrax mailings) to wake people
up to the dangers of bioterrorism? Are all these new "emerging diseases"
and "emerging viruses" merely continuing (and unprecedented)
cruel acts of Mother Nature? Or could the "hand of man" in the
form of crazy biological warfare scientists be causing these new outbreaks?
Is it just a "coincidence" that all these weird bugs and illnesses
have erupted in the past two decades? Or is all this just "paranoid"
- New Emerging Diseases; Accident of Nature or Man-Made
- In the 1970s it was thought that many infectious diseases
had been banished from the industrialized world. But, remarkably, over
the last two decades more than 30 new "emerging diseases" have
appeared in various places. Some of the better-known diseases include AIDS,
Legionnaire's disease, toxic shock syndrome, Lyme disease, hepatitis C,
"mad cow disease," hanta virus, various new encephalitis and
hemorrhagic viruses, Lassa fever, and Ebola virus. (New controversial diseases
like chronic fatigue syndrome and Persian Gulf War Illness affecting veterans,
are not included in the government's list of "emerging diseases.")
In addition, older diseases such as tuberculosis, malaria, and cholera,
have re-emerged in more virulent and drug-resistant forms. After eighty
years of steady declines in infectious disease, the mortality rate from
infectious disease in the U.S. rose 58% between 1980 and 1992.
- Health officials place the blame on increased global
travel and globalization, population growth and movements, deforestation
and reforestation programs, human sexuality (in the case of HIV), and increased
human contact with tropical mini-forests and other wilderness habitats
that are reservoirs for insects and animals that harbor unknown infectious
- Nowhere in the official list of causes is the fact that
for many decades millions of animals and innumerable vials of infectious
material have been shipped around the world for commercial and biological
warfare purposes. This world trade in deadly agents, coupled with the gene-splicing
technology developed in the 1970s, has increased the dangers of new disease
outbreaks. In addition, many new viruses have been passed around between
various species of animals, and some of these viruses have been adapted
to human tissue. This has resulted in the production of new laboratory
diseases that have potential biowarfare capabilities. The biowarfare implications
of all these scientific "advances" have led some conspiracy-minded
people to suspect that the hand of man might be responsible for the outbreak
of one or more of these newly emerging diseases.
- The anthrax mailings that followed the World Trade Center
bombings of 9/11 were certainly a "wake up call" indicating America
was unprepared for a bioterrorist attack. More than a year later, the perpetrators
have not been apprehended, and the U.S. government's own biowarfare scientists
are the #1 prime suspects.
- On the first anniversary of the anthrax attacks, Barbara
Hatch Rosenberg (who chairs the Federation of American Scientists Working
Group on Biological Weapons) confirms that the strain and properties of
the weaponized anthrax bacteria found in the letters originated within
the U.S. biodefense program. "Government officials recognized that
the anthrax source was domestic less than two weeks after they learned
of the letters, and nothing in their investigation has led them to say
otherwise," writes Rosenberg.
- Rosenberg sounds like a conspiracy theorist when she
concludes: "that given the origin of the anthrax and the warnings
contained in the letters, the perpetrator's motive was not to kill but
rather to raise public fear and thereby spur Congress to increase spending
on biodefense. In this sense, the attacks have been phenomenally successful."
("Anthrax attacks pushed open an ominous door," Los Angeles Times,
- No doubt a public trial of the perpetrators would open
a Pandora's Box of government biowarfare secrets that would shock the public.
- The new epidemic of West Nile Virus encephalitis in
- West Nile virus infection in humans first broke out in
New York City in August 1999. The first sign of the WN epidemic occurred
in early July when many birds died mysteriously. Half the crows in the
New York City area died, as well as some exotic bird species housed at
the Bronx zoo. The virus has an affinity for some species of birds; and
the mosquito acts as a vector for the virus. Thus, the virus spreads from
birds to mosquitoes, and the virus is spread to humans and other animals
via mosquito bites. A few weeks after the bird kills, the first human cases
of encephalitis appeared in local hospitals in the northern Queens section
of the city. By September, nine of 25 infected horses with WN virus died
in Long Island.
- It is estimated that only 20% of infected people will
develop a mild flu-like form of the illness; but 1 in 150 people will develop
a severe form of the disease with mental confusion, headache, swollen glands,
high fever, severe muscle weakness, and the tell-tale symptoms of encephalitis
(inflammation of the brain). Mild cases last a few days; severe cases can
last several weeks.
- In 1999, the disease was totally confined to the New
York City area, with 62 cases and 7 deaths. As many as 10,000 wild birds
died. In the year 2000, there were 21 cases and two deaths; in 2001 there
were 56 cases with 7 deaths. By October 8, 2002 the CDC had reported a
cumulative total of 2768 cases of WN virus with 146 deaths; and it is estimated
that as many as 200,000 people are infected nationally.
- Until 2002 the virus was confined to states in the eastern
half of the country. By the summer of 2002, all but 6 of the lower 48 states
reported WN virus in birds, mosquitoes, animals or humans.
- Also by 2002 the CDC confirmed that a transplant patient
became infected by WN virus after having received organs from a Georgia
accident victim infected with the virus. There was also evidence that the
virus could be transmitted by an infected mother to her infant during breast
feeding. Shockingly, it was announced that West Nile virus was in the nation's
blood supply, and there is no blood screening test available to test for
the new virus.
- At first, infectious disease experts believed that the
St. Louis encephalitis (SLE) virus was the cause. Oddly, this endemic virus
occasionally causes mild outbreaks of disease in other areas of the U.S.,
but no cases were ever seen in New York. At the Bronx zoo, veterinary pathologist
Tracey McNamara suspected a different virus because the SLE virus was not
known to kill birds. Trained at Plum Island (see later), the pathologist
suspected a connection between the bird kills and the human cases, but
the Centers for Disease Control rebuffed her concerns. In September, officials
re-instituted extensive spraying over New York in attempts to kill the
mosquito population and control the encephalitis epidemic.
- It was only through McNamara's heroic efforts to enlist
the aid of biologists at other national labs, as well as at Fort Detrick,
that it was finally determined on September 24, that the virus was indeed
WN virus - a virus that had never been seen in America - and a virus for
which there was no testing available in any NY state laboratory.
- West Nile virus: Out of Africa? Or out of a virus
- WN virus was first discovered in 1937 in encephalitis
cases in Uganda, in East Africa. African cases tend to be a mild, and the
virus there does not affect animal and bird populations to any significant
degree. In fact, the ability of WN virus to infect and kill birds has only
been noticed very recently. Could this indicate that the virus has been
genetically-altered or 'weaponized' for biowarfare purposed during the
many decades that it has been available for study in virus laboratories?
- Mild outbreaks of WN have occurred in Israel in 1951-1954
and 1957, and also in South Africa in 1974. However, since the mid 1990s,
outbreaks of increasing frequency and severity have appeared in Morocco,
Tunisia, Italy, Israel, and Russia, and have been strangely accompanied
with a large number of bird deaths. A Romanian epidemic, reported in 1996,
infected 90,000 people and caused 17 deaths.
- Scientists have determined that the closest viral "relative"
of the New York 99 strain of the WN virus is a strain of WN virus that
circulated in Israel from 1997-2000. The NY99 strain has remained stable
for the past 3 years.
- Health authorities suspect the virus entered the U.S.
via travelers from the Middle East, or via a stray mosquito on an airplane.
Other researchers claim the virus arrived with African animals or birds
placed in zoos. But, in fact, the WN virus has been housed in U.S. labs
for decades, and has been openly sold to researchers around the world.
- It is hardly a secret that the WN virus, along with dozens
of other infectious agents, was sold and shipped by the National Type Culture
Collection (in Rockville, Maryland) to Iraq during the 1980s when the U.S.
was on friendlier terms with Saddam Hussein.
- From the very beginning of the WN virus outbreak, there
were rumors that the disease outbreak was bioterrorism, but these rumors
were denied by health officials. CDC spokesperson Barbara Reynolds told
CNN that "the possibility of bioterrorism is at the bottom of the
list for how some outbreak may have occurred. It appears Mother Nature
is at work." (CNN report, 10/11/99).
- Various new theories of origin still appear in the press.
For example, a Los Angeles Times editorial (9/28/02) proclaimed that "scientists
think (the virus) may have arrived in the early 1980s when Asian tiger
mosquitoes traveled in tire casings from Japan to Houston." (One wonders
who supplies the press with these bizarre and undocumented stories.)
- None of these theories has deterred Vermont Senator Patrick
Leahy from urging federal officials to determine if the introduction of
WN virus is a terrorist attack. On September 12, 2002, Leahy declared:
"I think we have to ask ourselves: Is it a coincidence that we're
seeing such an increase in WN virus - or is that something that's being
tested as a biological weapon against us." Leahy is no stranger to
bioterrorism, having received an anthrax-laden letter at his Washington
office a year earlier.
- The current presence of WN virus in the blood supply
poses a potentially serious threat. Receiving WN virus by a blood transfusion
undoubtedly infects the body with a larger dose of virus than a dose received
from an infected mosquito. High-risk people for WN virus infection include
elderly, debilitated, immunodeficient people (like cancer, AIDS, and transplant
patients) and the very young. Furthermore, people who require blood transfusions
are not in the best of health and should be considered "high risk"
as well. Certainly the arrival of the virus in the warmer southern states,
where mosquitoes are active year-round and where many elderly retirees
reside, is not a good omen.
- Currently, all blood is tested for syphilis, as well
as viruses such as HTLV-1 and 2, HIV-1 and -2, and hepatitis B and C virus.
A blood screening test for WN virus may be available within a year, and
a vaccine might be developed in three years. But, at present, there is
no treatment or cure for WN virus disease.
- Secret U.S. military biowarfare experiments on human
- A July 24, 2000 Report ("The West Nile Virus Wake
Up Call") from the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee dismisses
the idea of WN virus infection as biowarfare, although the CDC was criticized
for its "tunnel vision" and its failure "to expect the unexpected."
The Committee concluded that: "The next outbreak of an infectious
disease - whether naturally occurring or deliberately inflicted - may not
be so forgiving." (The 2001 anthrax attack proved to be the next "deliberately
inflicted" biowarfare attack.)
- It is surprising that the U.S. government quickly eliminated
bioterrorism as a cause for the WN outbreak, particularly when the government
has a long and well-documented history of biowarfare experimentation against
- In the 1950s the U.S. military planned a project to cripple
the Soviet economy by killing horses, cattle, and swine, with biowarfare
weapons developed from exotic animal diseases. The laboratory at Plum Island,
off the coast of Long Island, New York, is the Army's repository for viruses
derived from the most dangerous animal diseases in the world. According
to Norman Covert, base historian and public information officer at Fort
Detrick, only a handful of scientists were aware of this project. "In
many cases there were only maybe five people who knew what was going on
in weapons research. People in one lab didn't know what happened in the
next lab, and they didn't ask." Details of these Plum Island animal
experiments were classified as secret until 1993. ("Plum Island's
shadowy past: Once-secret documents reveal lab's mission was germ warfare,"
- During the 1950s and 60s secret military biowarfare attacks
on unsuspecting civilians took place in many parts of America. The most
notorious was a six-day attack on San Francisco in which clouds of potentially
harmful bacteria were sprayed over the city. Twelve people developed pneumonia
due to the infectious bacteria, and one elderly man died from the attack.
This attack was not revealed to the public until years later when classified
documents were finally released ("Army germ fog blanketed S.F. for
6 days in '50 test," Los Angeles Times, 9/17/79).
- In other classified experiments, the military sprayed
bacteria in New York City subways, in a Washington D.C. airport, and on
highways in Pennsylvania. Biowarfare testing also took place in military
bases in Virginia, In Key West (Florida), and off the coasts of Southern
California and Hawaii ("Army used live bacteria in tests on U.S. civilians,"
Los Angeles Times, 3/9/77).
- The Army also experimented on its own soldiers. Project
Whitecoat, a code name for a series of biowarfare experiments that took
place at Fort Detrick between 1954 and 1973, utilized about 2,300 Seventh-Day
Adventist volunteers who were exposed to germs causing tularemia, malaria,
anthrax, Queensland fever, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, encephalitis,
and a host of other exotic diseases. The experiments were aimed at preventing,
diagnosing, and treating these diseases, as well as the development of
vaccines. No one died in the experiments, but critics contend that the
men were essentially coerced into participating in research that, despite
military assurances to the contrary, could have been used to produce biowarfare
weapons. ("Adventists' faith put to test; 2,300 soldiers were used
in germ-warfare experiments," The Washington Times, 10/19/98)
- In preparing America for nuclear attack during the Cold
War years following World War II, thousands of U.S. citizens were used
as unsuspecting guinea pigs in over 4,000 secret and classified radiation
experiments conducted by the Atomic Energy Commission and other agencies,
such as the Department of Defense, the Department of Health, Education,
and Welfare, the Public Health Service (now the CDC), the National Institutes
of Health, the Veterans Administration, the CIA and NASA (see "The
Nuking of America; Secrets and Lies of America's Cold War," Paranoia,
Issue #18, Winter 97/98).
- Not only is the public kept ignorant of biowarfare research,
but biowarfare "accidents" are officially covered-up, downplayed,
or blamed on animals. For example, the Russians finally revealed the truth
about an epidemic of anthrax that caused at least 68 deaths in 1979 in
the city of Sverdlovsk, 850 miles east of Moscow. The outbreak was officially
blamed on eating meat from infected animals. Officials at the nearby top-secret
biowarfare compound maintained that the anthrax spores were spread among
cattle through ingestions of contaminated bone meal, and that the people
who got anthrax acquired it through the illegal sale of diseased cattle
from private farms. In 1992, Russian President Boris Yeltsin finally acknowledged
the real truth. The cause was not "natural," but due to the accidental
escape of spores of weapons-grade anthrax produced by the nearby biowarfare
installation. ("Soviet germ lab caused epidemic in '79," Los
Angeles Times, 6/16/92)
- The full extent of the U.S. government's experiments
on unsuspecting people will probably never be known because many incriminating
documents remain Top Secret or classified. Other documents are often declared
as missing, destroyed, or "unavailable," in an attempt to hide
the truth from the public.
- Genetic engineering and species transfer of new killer
- As the 1970s began, the U.S. Army's biowarfare program
intensified, particularly in the area of genetic engineering research.
This genetic manipulation of cells and infectious agents, and the mixing
and transferring of viruses between various animals (including monkeys,
chimps and other primates) resulted in the creation of many "man-made"
infectious agents for research, commercial and biowarfare purposes.
- In order to placate the fears of critics, President Richard
Nixon renounced germ warfare, except for "medical defensive research."
But despite the 1972 treaty forbidding nations from developing or acquiring
weapons that spread disease, the biowarfare buildup continued. Scientists
understood that to create a defense against bioweapons, it was also necessary
to study offensive biowarfare agents. As a result, biowarfare research
continued worldwide, despite the ineffectual treaty.
- In 1971, Nixon transferred a major part of the Army's
Biological Warfare Unit at Ft. Detrick over to the National Cancer Institute
(NCI). Thereafter, secret biowarfare experimentation continued under the
cover of bona-fide cancer research. Utilizing the latest genetic engineering
techniques, virologists forced cancer-causing viruses to "jump"
from one species of animal to another. In the hazardous transfer of dangerous
infectious agents, scientists developed new forms of cancer in animals,
as well as AIDS-like immunodeficiency diseases in cats, primates, and other
lab animals. (See also AIDS: An Explosion of the Biological Time Bomb?:
Biological Warfare in the Modern Era (2000), by Robert E Lee.) In 1981,
a decade later, a new and mysterious immunodeficiency disease called AIDS
suddenly appeared exclusively in gay men, the most hated minority in America.
- In November 1973 a high-level conference entitled "Biohazards
in Biological Research" convened at Asilomar, near Pacific Grove in
Northern California. The cancer virologists freely admitted there was no
foolproof way to prevent the escape of these highly dangerous viruses into
the community. Leaving no doubt that new and dangerous viruses were being
created, Robert W Miller of the NCI warned that "laboratory workers
have not only heavy exposures to known viruses, but also to the viruses
that they invent."
- AIDS: A designer disease with a genetically-altered
- During the 1970s the NCI's Special Virus Cancer Program
brought together leading national and international medical scientists
in a unified attempt to uncover cancer-causing viruses. In this same decade
many human and animal viruses were adapted for commercial and biowarfare
purposes. And at the end of this decade new "emerging viruses"
began to appear.
- Some AIDS researchers believe that this Special Virus
Cancer Program (and its covert connection to America's biowarfare program)
spawned HIV, an immunosuppressive virus that was subsequently seeded into
the U.S. homosexual community via the government-sponsored experimental
hepatitis B vaccine program (1978-1981). These experiments in Manhattan
, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, utilized only highly promiscuous, healthy
white gay and bisexual men as guinea pigs. Shortly after this experiment
began, the first cases of "gay-related immune deficiency disease"
(later known as AIDS) erupted in New York City. (See my article "Blaming
gays, blacks and chimps for AIDS," Paranoia, Issue #27, Fall 2001).
- The idea of AIDS as a man-made virus that was deliberately
seeded into the American gay and African black population in the late 1970s
is considered by most scientists to be a joke. There are many theories
pertaining to the origin of HIV, but man-made AIDS is always trashed as
paranoid "conspiracy theory." However, as already noted, previous
biowarfare experiments against civilians have all been clouded in secrecy.
Furthermore, the scientific "facts" surrounding these unethical
programs were often tainted with government misinformation, disinformation,
propaganda, cover-ups, outright lies, and more than a touch of conspiracy.
- Scientists pooh-pooh the idea of a "man-made"
virus, even though the laboratory transfer of viruses from one species
to another always results in a "man-made virus." When a lab virus
is transferred to another species its molecular structure is altered. This
occurs because the transferred virus picks up new genetic material from
the cell of the new species that it infects.
- Originally, Robert Gallo, the co-discoverer of HIV, theorized
that the AIDS virus originated from African green monkeys. Now government
scientists claim the "ancestor" of HIV actually originated from
a chimpanzee virus.
- Two leading molecular biologists, Beatrice Hahn and Betty
Korber, have used computerized "molecular clocks" to construct
elaborate viral "family trees" (which few people outside the
field can understand) in an attempt to prove how HIV descended from chimps
in the African rain forest. Significantly, Beatrice Hahn worked in Gallo's
lab in the early 1980s while he was popularizing his erroneous green monkey
theory; and Betty Korber works at her computer at the Los Alamos laboratory
in New Mexico, home of America's nuclear weapons program and the birthplace
of the notorious secret human radiation experiments. These two government
scientists, along with the support of an adoring media, have apparently
convinced the scientific world that HIV originated in chimps in Africa.
The possibility that HIV originated from a biowarfare lab or from widespread
species-jumping viral experiments in primates is simply never considered.
- Big questions regarding the origin of AIDS remain unanswered
by molecular biologists. For example, if HIV has been around for decades,
centuries, or millennia, as these scientists proclaim, where were the AIDS
cases in Africa in the 1960s and 70s? Scientists simply offer as "proof"
a dried-up old HIV-positive blood specimen (based on fragments of molecular
structure) from an unidentified African blood donor in 1959. With this
"proof," we are supposed to believe that HIV existed in Africa
for a long time, even though there was no AIDS epidemic in Africa until
the early 1980s (after the first AIDS cases appeared in American gays in
- AIDS experts tells us that HIV can sometimes have a long
incubation period (up to 10 to 20 years); and that it is possible to get
HIV even through one sexual contact with an infected person. With the long-incubation
period, why are there no "old" positive HIV blood specimens (and
no AIDS cases) in the U.S. before 1978-1979 (the year the gay vaccine experiments
began and the year the first AIDS cases appeared)? How is it biologically
possible for a supposedly black, heterosexually-transmitted disease "out-of-Africa"
to suddenly (with no incubation period) transform itself into a "gay
disease" in New York City, Los Angeles, and San Francisco? Particularly
when there were no cases in Africa in the late 1970s!!!
- Why only young healthy white gay men? Why no blacks,
women, old people, immuno-suppressed people, children, heterosexuals, among
the first cases? Surely with all the sexual activity of heterosexuals in
America (and HIV in the nation's blood supply in 1979), one would expect
some early cases to appear in straight people as well. There may be another
good reason why AIDS started exclusively as a "gay disease" in
America, and why it is predominantly a heterosexual disease elsewhere.
It is now recognized that there are 10 different "subtypes" of
HIV, which reflect differences in the genetic composition of the AIDS virus.
Subtype B is the form of HIV that exists in America; this subtype is not
prevalent in Africa. (Another reason to suspect that HIV in gays did not
come from Africa.)
- The subtypes in Africa have a higher potential for heterosexual
transmission than Subtype B, which spreads more easily with anal sex and
IV drug use. Laboratory studies, undertaken by Dr Max Essex of the Harvard
School of Public Health in Boston, have demonstrated that subtypes C and
E infect and replicate more efficiently than subtype B in certain cells
of the vagina, cervix and the foreskin of the penis - but not on the wall
of the rectum. Essex contends that these subtypes are spread more efficiently
through vaginal intercourse. Subtype B helps explain why the U.S. epidemic
spread quickly among homosexual men and IV drug users, while in Africa
and Asia, subtypes C and E have spread rapidly among heterosexuals.
- The "introduction" of Subtype B (via gay vaccine
experiments) explains why AIDS began as a "gay disease" in the
U.S., and why the remaining subtypes primarily affect heterosexual populations
elsewhere in the world. In my view, all these subtypes further suggest
that HIV is a manipulated virus introduced into different populations by
the "hand of man," rather than a genetically-diverse virus descended
and derived from primates in the African jungle by "Mother Nature."
- Killer Germs for Sale
- Further complicating bioterrorism is the sale of deadly
microbes to anyone and any country with the cash to buy them. From 1985-1988,
when the U.S. was still friendly with Saddam Hussein, his Education Ministry
purchased 70 shipments of anthrax, West Nile virus, and other disease-causing
organisms from the American Type Culture Collection, in Maryland. At that
time, such shipments were entirely legal and received quick approval by
the U.S. Commerce Department. ("Germ library's inventory is making
detractors queasy," Los Angeles Times, March 16, 1998.) Even after
Hussein gassed the Kurds in 1988, and even after the Gulf War, U.S. officials
continued to supply Iraq with biochemical warfare ingredients ("U.S.
was a key supplier to Saddam," Seattle Post Intelligencer, Sept 24,
2002). The CDC also sent WN virus and numerous other biological agents
to Iraq during the years 1984 and 1993.
- The Riegle Report (May 25, 1994) further details biological
and biochemical shipments from the U.S. to Iraqi government agencies. It
was later learned that these microorganisms exported by the U.S. were identical
to those the UN inspectors found and recovered from the Iraqi biowarfare
program. ( http://www.gulfweb.org/
- On October 18, 2001, the CDC issued an unprecedented
alert asking physicians to watch out for cases of smallpox, plague, botulism,
tularemia, and even "emerging" hemorrhagic African viruses that
cause Ebola and Marburg disease. Before the terrorist bombings, virologists
were blaming animals in the wild. Now it is clear that the more likely
threat comes from crazy scientists who will use any deadly infectious agent
as a potential biowarfare agent if it suits their national, political,
or religious agenda.
- Was West Nile virus deliberately seeded into the environment?
- Could the new outbreaks of WN virus be a result of decades
of animal experimentation and manipulation of the African virus in various
laboratories worldwide? Surely over the past 60 years new strains of WN
virus have been developed and "weaponized" by genetic and/or
biowarfare engineers. Once a virus like WN is "introduced" into
the environment it can spread rapidly on its own. Already the WN virus
causes disease in humans and animals unlike that seen in Africa back in
the 1930s. In late September 2002, there were various media reports claiming
that some WN patients were developing signs and symptoms of polio, even
though that disease is caused by a different virus. Could these never-before
seen manifestations of WN virus be an indication that the virus has been
altered in a laboratory? Could this more deadly form of WN virus reflect
manipulation, not by Mother Nature, but by the hand of man?
- Besides acting as a wake up call, what would be the advantage
of introducing WN virus into the American environment? For a foreign terrorist,
WN virus would be a poor choice of bioweapon. As a killer of old and sick
people, it would not be a terribly effective biowarfare weapon. However,
if the virus was introduced domestically as a "test" (like anthrax),
the killing off of old and sick people would certainly aid the fiscal problems
of Social Security and Medicare.
- The World Trade Center bombing of 1993 did not serve
as wake up call for the second WTC bombing of 9/11. Similarly, the introduction
of WN virus into the New York population in 1999 did not serve as a wake
up call for bioterrorism because it was followed two years later by successful
anthrax letter attacks.
- How many more wake up calls with bioterrorism will be
required before health officials stop looking in rain forests and African
animals for the origin of these new epidemic diseases - and begin to look
at the world trade in deadly infectious agents, and the insanities of biowarfare
and biowarfare research, as reasons for our current new plagues?
- Biowarfare agents are designed solely to kill large numbers
of civilians. And any country that is willing to employ and deploy these
agents should be fully aware that - What Goes Around, Comes Around.
- © 2002 Dr. Cantwell is a frequent contributor to
Paranoia. His books on man-made AIDS are available from Book Clearing House
@ 1-800-431-1579. Email: email@example.com
- In this article it is only possible to discuss a tiny
bit of evidence pointing to AIDS as a man-made disease. My two books, AIDS
and the Doctors of Death (1988), and Queer Blood: The Secret AIDS Genocide
Plot (1993), provide extensive documentation for the man-made origin of
AIDS. Previous issues of Paranoia have also carried articles on this research;
and anyone with Internet access can go to google.com and type-in "AIDS
biological warfare" or "alan cantwell," and encounter many
web sites on man-made AIDS by various researchers, all of which has been
ignored by the scientific community and the major media.