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Gulf War syndrome, which has left a quarter of a million veterans suffering long-term illness, may have been caused by exposure to sarin nerve agent - not debris from depleted uranium munitions, a study has found.

Scientists from the University of Portsmouth believe the symptoms suffered by thousands might have been caused by the toxic gas released widely when troops destroyed caches of Iraqi chemical weapons.

The illness affects about 250,000 of the 750,000-plus service personnel from the armed forces of the UK, US and other allied nations who served in the conflict between August 1990 and February 1991.

It has caused a range of acute and chronic symptoms including fatigue, headaches, joint pain, indigestion, insomnia, dizziness, respiratory disorders and memory problems, and scientists believe it appears rooted in neurological impairment.

Researchers tested sufferers to examine levels of residual depleted uranium in their bodies and say their study "conclusively proves" that none of them were exposed to any significant amounts of the radioactive substance.

A highly sensitive method of testing in conjunction with metabolic modelling was used which took into account the predicted decline in depleted uranium from normal metabolism over the time since any potential exposure.


Professor Randall Parrish developed a method of detecting depleted uranium in urine from an exposure many years earlier and tested 154 well-monitored US Gulf War veterans who have the illness.

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Gulf War syndrome, which has left a quarter of a million veterans suffering long-term illness, may have been caused by exposure to sarin nerve agent - not debris from depleted uranium munitions, a study has found.

Scientists from the University of Portsmouth believe the symptoms suffered by thousands might have been caused by the toxic gas released widely when troops destroyed caches of Iraqi chemical weapons.

The illness affects about 250,000 of the 750,000-plus service personnel from the armed forces of the UK, US and other allied nations who served in the conflict between August 1990 and February 1991.

It has caused a range of acute and chronic symptoms including fatigue, headaches, joint pain, indigestion, insomnia, dizziness, respiratory disorders and memory problems, and scientists believe it appears rooted in neurological impairment.

Researchers tested sufferers to examine levels of residual depleted uranium in their bodies and say their study "conclusively proves" that none of them were exposed to any significant amounts of the radioactive substance.

A highly sensitive method of testing in conjunction with metabolic modelling was used which took into account the predicted decline in depleted uranium from normal metabolism over the time since any potential exposure.


Professor Randall Parrish developed a method of detecting depleted uranium in urine from an exposure many years earlier and tested 154 well-monitored US Gulf War veterans who have the illness.

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Screw you with this bullshit same people who said agent orange was fine.. I know many suffering from chemicals used by the military so go to hell with your crap report paid by the companys that produce them talk to a veteran before you post bullshit..
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gulf war syndrome from vax
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Damn I hate this OP you suck look at this they keep denying till they die but give money to other countries and not vets.

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Talk to a VET you piece of crap they are killing them when they are done with them.
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and definitely not vaccines!
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I was in the area that this nerve agent was released. This is no BS.
What is so funny is that, YEARS ago the VA sent us letters telling us this shit and then when soldiers file for compensation they turn around and acted dumb and said what letter?

Fuck them. Glad I am getting my 100%.
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Re: Gulf war syndrome likely caused by nerve gas, not depleted uranium - study finds
Gulf War syndrome, which has left a quarter of a million veterans suffering long-term illness, may have been caused by exposure to sarin nerve agent - not debris from depleted uranium munitions, a study has found.

Scientists from the University of Portsmouth believe the symptoms suffered by thousands might have been caused by the toxic gas released widely when troops destroyed caches of Iraqi chemical weapons.

The illness affects about 250,000 of the 750,000-plus service personnel from the armed forces of the UK, US and other allied nations who served in the conflict between August 1990 and February 1991.

It has caused a range of acute and chronic symptoms including fatigue, headaches, joint pain, indigestion, insomnia, dizziness, respiratory disorders and memory problems, and scientists believe it appears rooted in neurological impairment.

Researchers tested sufferers to examine levels of residual depleted uranium in their bodies and say their study "conclusively proves" that none of them were exposed to any significant amounts of the radioactive substance.

A highly sensitive method of testing in conjunction with metabolic modelling was used which took into account the predicted decline in depleted uranium from normal metabolism over the time since any potential exposure.


Professor Randall Parrish developed a method of detecting depleted uranium in urine from an exposure many years earlier and tested 154 well-monitored US Gulf War veterans who have the illness.

More - [link to news.sky.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Craiglang


Screw you with this bullshit same people who said agent orange was fine.. I know many suffering from chemicals used by the military so go to hell with your crap report paid by the companys that produce them talk to a veteran before you post bullshit..
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It’s a topic for discussion; a report produced and published by a university. It contains no support from me, indeed my first thought on the matter were that it’s extremely convenient that the responsibility for these mass poisonings is ‘someone else’s fault’.

I completely Understand your reaction given your experiences, but me having posted the report is not an indication of my support for it. Not in the least.

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Gulf War syndrome, which has left a quarter of a million veterans suffering long-term illness, may have been caused by exposure to sarin nerve agent - not debris from depleted uranium munitions, a study has found.

Scientists from the University of Portsmouth believe the symptoms suffered by thousands might have been caused by the toxic gas released widely when troops destroyed caches of Iraqi chemical weapons.

The illness affects about 250,000 of the 750,000-plus service personnel from the armed forces of the UK, US and other allied nations who served in the conflict between August 1990 and February 1991.

It has caused a range of acute and chronic symptoms including fatigue, headaches, joint pain, indigestion, insomnia, dizziness, respiratory disorders and memory problems, and scientists believe it appears rooted in neurological impairment.

Researchers tested sufferers to examine levels of residual depleted uranium in their bodies and say their study "conclusively proves" that none of them were exposed to any significant amounts of the radioactive substance.

A highly sensitive method of testing in conjunction with metabolic modelling was used which took into account the predicted decline in depleted uranium from normal metabolism over the time since any potential exposure.


Professor Randall Parrish developed a method of detecting depleted uranium in urine from an exposure many years earlier and tested 154 well-monitored US Gulf War veterans who have the illness.

More - [link to news.sky.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Craiglang


Screw you with this bullshit same people who said agent orange was fine.. I know many suffering from chemicals used by the military so go to hell with your crap report paid by the companys that produce them talk to a veteran before you post bullshit..
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It’s a topic for discussion; a report produced and published by a university. It contains no support from me, indeed my first thought on the matter were that it’s extremely convenient that the responsibility for these mass poisonings is ‘someone else’s fault’.

I completely Understand your reaction given your experiences, but me having posted the report is not an indication of my support for it. Not in the least.

Thanks
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Look into K2, They pay universities for those report lots of money BTW they are not good people I know many very sick as well as myself.
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Nope nope nope. New study is ghey. It was always the vaccine squamous
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Talk to a VET you piece of crap they are killing them when they are done with them.
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that sad...as karma is sad.

Veterans knew what they were doing...killing for money.
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Re: Gulf war syndrome likely caused by nerve gas, not depleted uranium - study finds
Gulf War syndrome, which has left a quarter of a million veterans suffering long-term illness, may have been caused by exposure to sarin nerve agent - not debris from depleted uranium munitions, a study has found.

Scientists from the University of Portsmouth believe the symptoms suffered by thousands might have been caused by the toxic gas released widely when troops destroyed caches of Iraqi chemical weapons.

The illness affects about 250,000 of the 750,000-plus service personnel from the armed forces of the UK, US and other allied nations who served in the conflict between August 1990 and February 1991.

It has caused a range of acute and chronic symptoms including fatigue, headaches, joint pain, indigestion, insomnia, dizziness, respiratory disorders and memory problems, and scientists believe it appears rooted in neurological impairment.

Researchers tested sufferers to examine levels of residual depleted uranium in their bodies and say their study "conclusively proves" that none of them were exposed to any significant amounts of the radioactive substance.

A highly sensitive method of testing in conjunction with metabolic modelling was used which took into account the predicted decline in depleted uranium from normal metabolism over the time since any potential exposure.


Professor Randall Parrish developed a method of detecting depleted uranium in urine from an exposure many years earlier and tested 154 well-monitored US Gulf War veterans who have the illness.

More - [link to news.sky.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Craiglang


Screw you with this bullshit same people who said agent orange was fine.. I know many suffering from chemicals used by the military so go to hell with your crap report paid by the companys that produce them talk to a veteran before you post bullshit..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78164262


It’s a topic for discussion; a report produced and published by a university. It contains no support from me, indeed my first thought on the matter were that it’s extremely convenient that the responsibility for these mass poisonings is ‘someone else’s fault’.

I completely Understand your reaction given your experiences, but me having posted the report is not an indication of my support for it. Not in the least.

Thanks
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Look into K2, They pay universities for those report lots of money BTW they are not good people I know many very sick as well as myself.
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Will do. Cheers.

It looks like the same ol’, same ol’. Those who ‘invest’ in the organisations carrying out the research call the tune of the outcome. Much like that which we see today with Covid 19.
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Screw you with this bullshit same people who said agent orange was fine.. I know many suffering from chemicals used by the military so go to hell with your crap report paid by the companys that produce them talk to a veteran before you post bullshit..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78164262


It’s a topic for discussion; a report produced and published by a university. It contains no support from me, indeed my first thought on the matter were that it’s extremely convenient that the responsibility for these mass poisonings is ‘someone else’s fault’.

I completely Understand your reaction given your experiences, but me having posted the report is not an indication of my support for it. Not in the least.

Thanks
 Quoting: Craiglang


Look into K2, They pay universities for those report lots of money BTW they are not good people I know many very sick as well as myself.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78164262


Will do. Cheers.

It looks like the same ol’, same ol’. Those who ‘invest’ in the organisations carrying out the research call the tune of the outcome. Much like that which we see today with Covid 19.
 Quoting: Craiglang


Yes it is thanks mate you have a good one. I miss the UK fish and chips were my favorite with malt vinegar during my rotation over there
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It’s a topic for discussion; a report produced and published by a university. It contains no support from me, indeed my first thought on the matter were that it’s extremely convenient that the responsibility for these mass poisonings is ‘someone else’s fault’.

I completely Understand your reaction given your experiences, but me having posted the report is not an indication of my support for it. Not in the least.

Thanks
 Quoting: Craiglang


Look into K2, They pay universities for those report lots of money BTW they are not good people I know many very sick as well as myself.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78164262


Will do. Cheers.

It looks like the same ol’, same ol’. Those who ‘invest’ in the organisations carrying out the research call the tune of the outcome. Much like that which we see today with Covid 19.
 Quoting: Craiglang


Yes it is thanks mate you have a good one. I miss the UK fish and chips were my favorite with malt vinegar during my rotation over there
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Lol. Yeah, they’re pretty tasty all right.

God bless mate, and thanks to you and your colleagues for your service and putting your lives on the line.
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Re: Gulf war syndrome likely caused by nerve gas, not depleted uranium - study finds
Gulf War syndrome, which has left a quarter of a million veterans suffering long-term illness, may have been caused by exposure to sarin nerve agent - not debris from depleted uranium munitions, a study has found.

Scientists from the University of Portsmouth believe the symptoms suffered by thousands might have been caused by the toxic gas released widely when troops destroyed caches of Iraqi chemical weapons.

The illness affects about 250,000 of the 750,000-plus service personnel from the armed forces of the UK, US and other allied nations who served in the conflict between August 1990 and February 1991.

It has caused a range of acute and chronic symptoms including fatigue, headaches, joint pain, indigestion, insomnia, dizziness, respiratory disorders and memory problems, and scientists believe it appears rooted in neurological impairment.

Researchers tested sufferers to examine levels of residual depleted uranium in their bodies and say their study "conclusively proves" that none of them were exposed to any significant amounts of the radioactive substance.

A highly sensitive method of testing in conjunction with metabolic modelling was used which took into account the predicted decline in depleted uranium from normal metabolism over the time since any potential exposure.


Professor Randall Parrish developed a method of detecting depleted uranium in urine from an exposure many years earlier and tested 154 well-monitored US Gulf War veterans who have the illness.

More - [link to news.sky.com (secure)]
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Squalene in the anthrax vaccines has long been thought to be a contributing factor to Gulf Way Syndrome.
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Beachsand and methane don't spread oxygen as a tree,it just pushes some in the air after dust trees and foam in water.
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Generational genocide.

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Sulphur from the oil fires plus the calcium hypochlorite the military turned foul water into potable water with, creates. Bromism.

I didn't go to the desert, but I gave soldiers going to the desert "vaccinations". The ones going within 24-48hrs got a special thick as karo corn syrup shot in the buttocks, a gammagloblin shot. I went in to save lives, and It haunts me that my fellow servicemen were injured.
I also got certified in potable water abs field sanitation, and this is where the calcium hypochlorite comes in.
If it is DU, the powers that be, would lie to keep their stronger bullets, even though it kills the soldiers, and this is wrong and evil.
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Gulf War syndrome, which has left a quarter of a million veterans suffering long-term illness, may have been caused by exposure to sarin nerve agent - not debris from depleted uranium munitions, a study has found.

Scientists from the University of Portsmouth believe the symptoms suffered by thousands might have been caused by the toxic gas released widely when troops destroyed caches of Iraqi chemical weapons.

The illness affects about 250,000 of the 750,000-plus service personnel from the armed forces of the UK, US and other allied nations who served in the conflict between August 1990 and February 1991.

It has caused a range of acute and chronic symptoms including fatigue, headaches, joint pain, indigestion, insomnia, dizziness, respiratory disorders and memory problems, and scientists believe it appears rooted in neurological impairment.

Researchers tested sufferers to examine levels of residual depleted uranium in their bodies and say their study "conclusively proves" that none of them were exposed to any significant amounts of the radioactive substance.

A highly sensitive method of testing in conjunction with metabolic modelling was used which took into account the predicted decline in depleted uranium from normal metabolism over the time since any potential exposure.


Professor Randall Parrish developed a method of detecting depleted uranium in urine from an exposure many years earlier and tested 154 well-monitored US Gulf War veterans who have the illness.

More - [link to news.sky.com (secure)]
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So what about those having symptoms who weren't actually deployed (but DID receive the vaccinations)? This Sarin bullshit sounds like a (paid for) attempt to avoid liability.
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The VA employs the same tactics every time a new issue comes up deny, delay, obfuscate, delay, deny, blame someone or something else, deny, & finally when 95% of those effected are dead take responsibility & pay the remaining few lumps pf money.

I don't know what is responsible but, I know for a fact my unit was hit three times with nerve agent. I performed the test to identify.
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VID



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Its a combo effect, Vaccine, plus exposure to sarin, nasty, i wonder what adjuvunct hyped that up?
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Bill Gates need to be tried for genocide , mass murder and other crimes
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I would reckon that when Soros is ready to be passed on old bill will be there to do the satanic last rites and suck the spirits in Soros out of his last breath, so he inherits all that part of the satanic empire soros dominates

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