Conspiracy Nation -- Vol. 11  Num. 46
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Saddam Hussein Learns At Knee Of U.S. But Cat Is Out Of The Bag

Saddam Hussein, "Sorcerer's Apprentice" to master magician of death, the USA, is reportedly poised to send hundreds of "marching broomsticks" against the United States. He is said to have hundreds of terrorist "cells" already positioned throughout the U.S., prepared to wreak havoc.

In the 1940s, the U.S. investigated the potential of germ warfare. Because antimicrobial drugs were scarce at the time, there was no way then for us to protect our own troops. But by the late 1960s enough antimicrobials were available to make biological war feasible. However it was decided that, since almost any nation could develop such weapons, U.S. policy should be to demonize biowar. "This included cosponsoring the production of several movies: The Omega Man, The Virus, The Andromeda Strain, and others, to scare the hell out of the public... The U.S. Government went on to glamorize those countries that possessed nuclear weapons, referring to it as the Nuclear Club." [1]

This propaganda strategy temporarily was successful: smaller nations strove to gain their own admittance to "the Nuclear Club." Slowly, however, the smaller nations began to realize that biowar was the more realistic way for them to go. One such nation was Iraq. Where did Iraq get the original start-up cultures for development of germ warfare capability (in GovernmentSpeak, "weapons of mass destruction" so as to lessen the panic potential)? "Iraq purchased all of the dehydrated cultures from companies right here in the United States." [1] One of the companies which shipped deadly anthrax to Iraq was American Type Culture Collection in Rockville, Maryland. [2] Also worth looking into is a Pennsylvania-based company called Kennametal. Marianne Gasior, a whistleblower who once worked for Kennametal, says that that firm was involved in shipping weapons to Iraq. [3] Another "corporate citizen" said to be part of the Iraq weapons pipeline was the Lafarge Corporation, a U.S. subsidiary of a French multinational chemical firm. On the Board of Directors for Lafarge from 1990 through 1992 was Hillary Rodham Clinton. [4]

But why didn't Iraq use germ warfare against us during the 1990-1991 Gulf War, since it had the capability? The answer is that Iraq =did= use such tactics. "The Iraqi military adhered, at least in part, to Soviet military doctrine. Soviet methodology is that chemical warfare should be conducted with mixed agents. Mixed agents, often referred to as 'cocktails,' are intended to enhance the capabilities of nerve agents and defeat the precautions taken by the enemy." [1] These "cocktails" also have the advantage of delayed symptoms: "Iraq thought that the multinational force would respond with nuclear weapons if they had used fast acting biologicals." [1]

Reportedly, Iraqi terrorist "cell" groups (each "cell" has 10 men and 1 woman; the woman is used to smuggle the bio-agent into the U.S., hiding it in a bodily orifice) are now positioned throughout the United States. As many as several hundred such cell groups, says one source, are ready to hit targets simultaneously: subways, large office buildings, crowded city streets. A separate target will reportedly be step-up power transformers, part of the U.S. electric power grid. [1] Evidence of Iraqi terrorist cells now ready to strike is corroborated by Sherman Skolnick, the veteran independent journalist: he confirms reports that at least one such terrorist cell group may have been arrested several months ago for smuggling anthrax into the U.S. This alarming incident was reportedly hushed up at the time.

Of course, not all Iraqis are terrorists. It would be wrong to assume so. But Saddam Hussein obviously has some hidden strategy behind his recent bold (and seemingly irrational) arrogant actions toward the supposedly vastly more powerful United States. Is Bill "General Custer" Clinton leading our forces into a "Little Bighorn" valley of death?

---------------------------<< Notes >>--------------------------- [1] Bacteriological Warfare by Larry Wayne Harris (Registered Microbiologist)
[2] "Iraq's Drive For A Biological Arsenal" by R. Jeffrey Smith. Washington Post, 11/21/97.
[3] "What Ever Happened To Iraqgate?" American Spectator, Nov. 1996.
[4] Conspiracy Nation, Vol. 10 Num. 87.

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