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Corporate America's Deadliest Secret: The Big Profits in Biowarfare Research

 
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Corporate America's Deadliest Secret: The Big Profits in Biowarfare Research
$44 billion appropriated for bio-warfare research since 9-11
A number of major pharmaceutical corporations and biotech firms are concealing the nature of the biological warfare research work they are doing for the U.S. government.

Since their funding comes from the National Institutes of Health, the recipients are obligated under NIH guidelines to make their activities public. Not disclosing their ops raises the suspicion they may be engaged in forbidden kinds of germ warfare research.

According to the Sunshine Project, a nonprofit arms control watchdog operating out of Austin, Texas, among corporations holding back information about their activities are:

Abbott Laboratories, BASF Plant Science, Bristol-Myers Squibb, DuPont Central Research and Development, Eli Lilly Corp., Embrex, GlaxoSmithKline, Hoffman-LaRoche, Merck & Co., Monsanto, Pfizer Inc., Schering-Plough Research Institute, and Syngenta Corp. of Switzerland.


In defiance of international conventions that prohibit the stockpiling and development of biological weapons, the Bush administration and its corporate cronies have been diverting billions of dollars to do both. Under the guise of preventing terrorist attacks (“bio-defense”) companies have been working on “first-use” capabilities and “red teaming” their techniques, a codeword for planning their use in war.
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One would think the FBI might apprehend the perpetrator whose attack shut down the Congress of the United States but nearly six years have gone by and it hasn't caught anybody. Seem a bit odd to you? Some folks suspect the anthrax attack was an inside job to panic the country into a huge biowarfare buildup to "protect" America from "terrorists."

Milton Leitenberg, of the University of Maryland's School of Public Policy, though, says the risk of terrorists and nonstate actors using biological agents against the U.S. "has been systematically and deliberately exaggerated" by administration scare-mongering.
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And molecular biologist Jonathan King of Massachusetts Institute of Technology says, "the Bush administration launched a major program which threatens to put the health of our people at far greater risk than the hazard to which they claimed to have been responding." King added President Bush's policies "do not increase the security of the American people" but "bring new risk to our population of the most appalling kind."

In the absence of any credible foreign threat, Sunshine's Hammond said, "Our biowarfare research is defending ourselves from ourselves. It's a dog chasing its tail." Sadly, it looks more and more every day like a mad dog.

Sherwood Ross has worked as a reporter for major dailies and wire services. Reach him at [email protected]
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Money in mass deaths! THEIR MAKING A KILLING $$$$
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I make a prediction RIGHT NOW that Michael Moore will release his next documentary based on this.. military industrial complex!
The blackening of roses will send you to the edges of the land/
The emerald tablets of Thoth the Atlantean/
The hands of the mighty Lion of Judah/
Will throw you through the triangular portals of Bermuda/
Exploring the Hologramic aspects of consciousness/
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I make a prediction RIGHT NOW that Michael Moore will release his next documentary based on this.. military industrial complex!
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if it had any truth to it, it would be his last
"By way of deception, thou shalt do war."

Israel's Mossad

"The truth shall set you free."

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Slow debilitating illnesses with no cure but plenty of expensive treatment.
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Slow debilitating illnesses with no cure but plenty of expensive treatment.
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$$$$$$$$$$

I see the money......

Invest in the cure now folks before it's too late
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$44 billion appropriated for bio-warfare research since 9-11
A number of major pharmaceutical corporations and biotech firms are concealing the nature of the biological warfare research work they are doing for the U.S. government.

Since their funding comes from the National Institutes of Health, the recipients are obligated under NIH guidelines to make their activities public. Not disclosing their ops raises the suspicion they may be engaged in forbidden kinds of germ warfare research.

According to the Sunshine Project, a nonprofit arms control watchdog operating out of Austin, Texas, among corporations holding back information about their activities are:

Abbott Laboratories, BASF Plant Science, Bristol-Myers Squibb, DuPont Central Research and Development, Eli Lilly Corp., Embrex, GlaxoSmithKline, Hoffman-LaRoche, Merck & Co., Monsanto, Pfizer Inc., Schering-Plough Research Institute, and Syngenta Corp. of Switzerland.


In defiance of international conventions that prohibit the stockpiling and development of biological weapons, the Bush administration and its corporate cronies have been diverting billions of dollars to do both. Under the guise of preventing terrorist attacks (“bio-defense”) companies have been working on “first-use” capabilities and “red teaming” their techniques, a codeword for planning their use in war.
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One would think the FBI might apprehend the perpetrator whose attack shut down the Congress of the United States but nearly six years have gone by and it hasn't caught anybody. Seem a bit odd to you? Some folks suspect the anthrax attack was an inside job to panic the country into a huge biowarfare buildup to "protect" America from "terrorists."

Milton Leitenberg, of the University of Maryland's School of Public Policy, though, says the risk of terrorists and nonstate actors using biological agents against the U.S. "has been systematically and deliberately exaggerated" by administration scare-mongering.
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And molecular biologist Jonathan King of Massachusetts Institute of Technology says, "the Bush administration launched a major program which threatens to put the health of our people at far greater risk than the hazard to which they claimed to have been responding." King added President Bush's policies "do not increase the security of the American people" but "bring new risk to our population of the most appalling kind."

In the absence of any credible foreign threat, Sunshine's Hammond said, "Our biowarfare research is defending ourselves from ourselves. It's a dog chasing its tail." Sadly, it looks more and more every day like a mad dog.

Sherwood Ross has worked as a reporter for major dailies and wire services. Reach him at [email protected]
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Imagine that. Established and produced in their homeland UKR during their fake "war on terror".
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$44 billion appropriated for bio-warfare research since 9-11
A number of major pharmaceutical corporations and biotech firms are concealing the nature of the biological warfare research work they are doing for the U.S. government.

Since their funding comes from the National Institutes of Health, the recipients are obligated under NIH guidelines to make their activities public. Not disclosing their ops raises the suspicion they may be engaged in forbidden kinds of germ warfare research.

According to the Sunshine Project, a nonprofit arms control watchdog operating out of Austin, Texas, among corporations holding back information about their activities are:

Abbott Laboratories, BASF Plant Science, Bristol-Myers Squibb, DuPont Central Research and Development, Eli Lilly Corp., Embrex, GlaxoSmithKline, Hoffman-LaRoche, Merck & Co., Monsanto, Pfizer Inc., Schering-Plough Research Institute, and Syngenta Corp. of Switzerland.


In defiance of international conventions that prohibit the stockpiling and development of biological weapons, the Bush administration and its corporate cronies have been diverting billions of dollars to do both. Under the guise of preventing terrorist attacks (“bio-defense”) companies have been working on “first-use” capabilities and “red teaming” their techniques, a codeword for planning their use in war.
---------
One would think the FBI might apprehend the perpetrator whose attack shut down the Congress of the United States but nearly six years have gone by and it hasn't caught anybody. Seem a bit odd to you? Some folks suspect the anthrax attack was an inside job to panic the country into a huge biowarfare buildup to "protect" America from "terrorists."

Milton Leitenberg, of the University of Maryland's School of Public Policy, though, says the risk of terrorists and nonstate actors using biological agents against the U.S. "has been systematically and deliberately exaggerated" by administration scare-mongering.
---------
And molecular biologist Jonathan King of Massachusetts Institute of Technology says, "the Bush administration launched a major program which threatens to put the health of our people at far greater risk than the hazard to which they claimed to have been responding." King added President Bush's policies "do not increase the security of the American people" but "bring new risk to our population of the most appalling kind."

In the absence of any credible foreign threat, Sunshine's Hammond said, "Our biowarfare research is defending ourselves from ourselves. It's a dog chasing its tail." Sadly, it looks more and more every day like a mad dog.

Sherwood Ross has worked as a reporter for major dailies and wire services. Reach him at [email protected]
 Quoting: bushbot 223232

Just keep paying your taxes folks. Darpa and the NIH need the funds to research new ways to kill humans. Also, the lovely underfunded DHS which now needs to root out domestic terrorists at school committee meetings who were propagandized into being radicals by their own government funded media propaganda campaign.
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$44 billion appropriated for bio-warfare research since 9-11
A number of major pharmaceutical corporations and biotech firms are concealing the nature of the biological warfare research work they are doing for the U.S. government.

Since their funding comes from the National Institutes of Health, the recipients are obligated under NIH guidelines to make their activities public. Not disclosing their ops raises the suspicion they may be engaged in forbidden kinds of germ warfare research.

According to the Sunshine Project, a nonprofit arms control watchdog operating out of Austin, Texas, among corporations holding back information about their activities are:

Abbott Laboratories, BASF Plant Science, Bristol-Myers Squibb, DuPont Central Research and Development, Eli Lilly Corp., Embrex, GlaxoSmithKline, Hoffman-LaRoche, Merck & Co., Monsanto, Pfizer Inc., Schering-Plough Research Institute, and Syngenta Corp. of Switzerland.


In defiance of international conventions that prohibit the stockpiling and development of biological weapons, the Bush administration and its corporate cronies have been diverting billions of dollars to do both. Under the guise of preventing terrorist attacks (“bio-defense”) companies have been working on “first-use” capabilities and “red teaming” their techniques, a codeword for planning their use in war.
---------
One would think the FBI might apprehend the perpetrator whose attack shut down the Congress of the United States but nearly six years have gone by and it hasn't caught anybody. Seem a bit odd to you? Some folks suspect the anthrax attack was an inside job to panic the country into a huge biowarfare buildup to "protect" America from "terrorists."

Milton Leitenberg, of the University of Maryland's School of Public Policy, though, says the risk of terrorists and nonstate actors using biological agents against the U.S. "has been systematically and deliberately exaggerated" by administration scare-mongering.
---------
And molecular biologist Jonathan King of Massachusetts Institute of Technology says, "the Bush administration launched a major program which threatens to put the health of our people at far greater risk than the hazard to which they claimed to have been responding." King added President Bush's policies "do not increase the security of the American people" but "bring new risk to our population of the most appalling kind."

In the absence of any credible foreign threat, Sunshine's Hammond said, "Our biowarfare research is defending ourselves from ourselves. It's a dog chasing its tail." Sadly, it looks more and more every day like a mad dog.

Sherwood Ross has worked as a reporter for major dailies and wire services. Reach him at [email protected]
 Quoting: bushbot 223232

Just keep paying your taxes folks. Darpa and the NIH need the funds to research new ways to kill humans. Also, the lovely underfunded DHS which now needs to root out domestic terrorists at school committee meetings who were propagandized into being radicals by their own government funded media propaganda campaign.
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It's no wonder there's so much mental illness in the USA today.





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