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Did the Pentagon RELEASE WEAPONIZE TICKS??

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posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 05:42 AM
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PENTAGON MAY HAVE RELEASED WEAPONIZED TICKS THAT HELPED SPREAD OF LYME DISEASE: INVESTIGATION ORDERED


www.newsweek.com...


Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives quietly passed a bill requiring the Inspector General of the Department of Defense (DoD) to conduct a review into whether the Pentagon experimented with ticks and other blood-sucking insects for use as biological weapons between 1950 and 1975.
If the Inspector General finds that such experiments occurred, then, according to the bill, they must provide the House and Senate Armed Services committees with a report on the scope of the research and "whether any ticks or insects used in such experiments were released outside of any laboratory by accident or experiment design," potentially leading to the spread of diseases such as Lyme.



The amendment was put forward by Rep. Chris Smith, a Republican from New Jersey, who was "inspired" by several books and articles claiming that the U.S. government had conducted research at facilities such as Fort Detrick, Maryland, and Plum Island, New York, for this purpose.


Well I'm definitely not surprised


I mean, We should all know by now.
That pretty much EVERY, Fed. Government agency out there, is
corrupt and carries out these kind of experiments and much more.

Usually either for "profit" or for "information" & "data"
(that's usually obtained for profit)

What good could come from, intentionally giving people lyme disease?

This isn't an isolated situation either.
there have been plenty of accusations of wrongdoings against various government agencies to date.

Like: The Tuskegee Experiment: The Infamous Syphilis Study
www.google.com...
(Just one honorable mention)

Maybe all them, so called conspiracy theorists "nut job", "wackos" was not so crazy after all LOL


What do you think?

Can you think of any? I'm sure we can come up with a lot



edit on 18-7-2019 by DustybudzZ because: (no reason given)




posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 05:57 AM
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posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 06:03 AM
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Yes, they did. Here is what I posted on the same subject in a different forum.

Just a little research will provide the answers they are looking for. After WWII, project Paper Clip brought over one scientist that was weaponizing ticks in Germany to infect Russian cattle with diseases. He was assigned to Plum Island in the 1950s to continue his work there. Lyme Connecticut, where Lyme disease was first identified, is only about tens miles away from Plum Island.


“And what was on Plum Island? A germ warfare lab to which the U.S. government had brought former Nazi germ warfare scientists in the 1940s (Project Paperclip) to work on the same evil work for a different employer. These included the heard of the Nazi germ warfare program who had worked directly for Heinrich Himmler. On Plum Island was a germ warfare lab that frequently conducted its experiments out of doors. After all, it was on an island. What could go wrong? Documents record outdoor experiments with diseased ticks in the 1950s. Even the indoors, where participants admit to experiments with ticks, was not sealed tight. And test animals mingled with wild deer, test birds with wild birds.By the 1990s, the eastern end of Long Island had by far the greatest concentration of Lyme disease. If you drew a circle around the area of the world heavily impacted by Lyme disease, which happened to be in the Northeast United States, the center of that circle was Plum Island.”


Link to Article

The House of Reps is way late to this party, far too late to find the true culprits and bring them to justice. At least they may prove that this was far from a theory, but a true conspiracy. Likely nothing will come of this and these type of labs will continue to produce new infections that escape and infect the innocent masses.



posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 06:08 AM
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I also think it's kinda odd bedbugs have resurfaced in recent years. and the heath department and the CDC do not consider bedbugs a health hazard, and only considered them a "pest"/"nuisance"


While bed bugs have not been shown to transmit disease, they do cause a variety of negative physical health, mental health and economic consequences. Some of these effectsinclude: Allergic reactions to their bites, which can be severe. ... Mentalhealth impacts on people living in infested homes.


www.epa.gov...

Although bedbugs have the same trait as the "kissing bud" as it can cause can cause Chagas disease?


Research has shown that bed bugs are carriers of Trypanosoma cruzi (also known as T.cruzi). T. cruzi is a protozoa that can cause Chagas disease.


blogs.agu.org...


While bed bugs have not been shown to transmit disease


??? Really? They can transmit Chagas disease wtf??

Makes no since.


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posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 06:28 AM
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I'm not shocked by this. It happened a long time ago. I'm more concerned about what is happening now.

I'm still waiting for the answer about who was behind the JFK assassination.



posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 06:30 AM
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a reply to: DustybudzZ

sorry to be that guy, but already a thread here



posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 06:35 AM
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a reply to: Vector99

No actually thank you

I looked around before I posted but could not find anything on the subject lol

but o well I guess


If the mods want to remove or move idc lol



posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 06:35 AM
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a reply to: DustybudzZ

Yeah, I thought about that one too. With such large sucking mouth parts, bed bugs obviously would be a vector for disease. It's just like the "experts" tell us that mosquitoes can transmit Malaria but not AIDS, even though they get bloated with blood within a minute of biting. But since I haven't been educated and trained in insect borne diseases, I'm just an ignorant paranoid that can't use common sense to make that assumption and must rely on the media to explain the "facts" to me.



posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 06:37 AM
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originally posted by: LogicalGraphitti
I'm not shocked by this. It happened a long time ago. I'm more concerned about what is happening now.

I'm still waiting for the answer about who was behind the JFK assassination.


Yes I noticed this was from a while ago also and was thinking the same

they still do this kind of stuff today which was kinda the point I was making with the bedbug thing lol



posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 06:43 AM
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originally posted by: MichiganSwampBuck
a reply to: DustybudzZ

Yeah, I thought about that one too. With such large sucking mouth parts, bed bugs obviously would be a vector for disease. It's just like the "experts" tell us that mosquitoes can transmit Malaria but not AIDS, even though they get bloated with blood within a minute of biting. But since I haven't been educated and trained in insect borne diseases, I'm just an ignorant paranoid that can't use common sense to make that assumption and must rely on the media to explain the "facts" to me.


Right!!
hell yeah

Actually I never even thought of mosquitoes being able to transmit AIDS
it makes since though.
They say that them kinda of diseases can't be transmitted like that because the air kills it
but if someone can get them kind of diseases from sharing needles then I would think mosquitoes could do the trick

Nice concept





posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 06:43 AM
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a reply to: MichiganSwampBuck

I have done a lot of research on Lyme Disease, unfortunately, after I got it.

The Nazi scientist that worked at Plum Island, was Eric Traub. Plum Island just happens to be not far across the Long Island sound, where Lyme Disease first started, in Old Lyme Connecticut. That's how it got its name.

I don't have links, mainly because I am old, and not very computer say. Also, the Lyme Disease has wrecked my mental ability, and my physical ability.

I truly believe this is a bio weapon. People say the bacteria has been around for thousands of years, and it has been. I think Eric Traub and his helpers, altered the bacteria somehow, to cause it to be more virulent, and to spread more rapidly.

In my opinion, Lymne disease got to Connecticut by attaching to a bird. Some think it was deliberately let lose, to see if it actually worked. However it spread, it's here, and spreading.

Please everyone reading this, that is not familiar with Lyme Disease and it's horrible effects on the human body, please research it. Find as many sources as possible. This will ruin your life, if you get it, and are not treated immediately.

I had all the symptoms of Lyme Disease, but the blood test came back negative. I found out later, blood tests for Lyme Disease are only 30 percent accurate. I was only given a one week dose of doxycycline, when I should have been on it for 4 weeks.

The tick that infected me, was in my belly button.
They like dark areas to hide. I now put a little Apinol in my belly button , and around my ears, plus heavily on my shoes, socks, pant legs, and lower legs. I lightly spray my hair, and the rest of my body, except face, and private areas.

I started using Apinol to repel mosquitoes, and found it repels them better than things I have purchased specifically for mosquito repelling. I thought if it works on mosquitoes, maybe it would repel ticks. I put some on a q tip, and rubbed it into my kitties , and the fleas were repelled, and killed.

Do whatever you an to avoid being bitten by a tick. This is a slow miserable way to die, and if you get it, and can't get rid of it, you will wish you were dead.



posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 06:54 AM
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originally posted by: LogicalGraphitti
I'm not shocked by this. It happened a long time ago. I'm more concerned about what is happening now.

I'm still waiting for the answer about who was behind the JFK assassination.


Everything is a rich man's trick

It's a long documentary on the JFK assassination. Some of the conclusions may be questioned but it's a great history lesson of all the possible actors involved.


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posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 07:04 AM
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a reply to: zeta55

I have similar experiences. I have a lot of neurological eye problems. Eventually I've been diagnosed with MG. One of my doctors believes I got MG as a result of having Lyme disease but as you said the Lyme disease tests suck.

The Lyme disease bacteria is like a hybrid virus. It burrows into cell walls like the way Syphilis works. I read somewhere the claim is Lyme bacteria was combined with Syphilis virus to make it very difficult for the body to defend against:

"Lyme disease, also known as Lyme borreliosis, is an infectious disease caused by bacteria of the Borrelia type. It is a spirochetal (corkscrew-shaped) bacterium which is extremely fast and capable of drilling itself into tissues to avoid detection by the immune system. It targets inflammation in joints and nerve tissue, taking advantage of existing conditions like candida, arthritis, and congenital predispositions, like nerve problems."

I have extremely bad arthritis so everyday is full of pain and distraction. As you said, it's a horrible way to die.



posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 07:13 AM
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a reply to: DustybudzZ

Supposedly AIDS was man-made. Why not Lyme disease too!

"SYNTHETIC BIOLOGICAL AGENTS
There are two things about the biological agent field I would like
to mention. One is the possibility of technological surprise. Molecular
biology is a field that is advancing very rapidly and eminent biologists
believe that within a period of 5 to 10 years it would be possible to
produce a synthetic biological agent, an agent that does not naturally
exist and for which no natural immunity could have been acquired.
MR. SIKES. Are we doing any work in that field?
DR. MACARTHUR. We are not.
MR. SIKES. Why not? Lack of money or lack of interest?
DR. MACARTHUR. Certainly not lack of interest.
MR. SIKES. Would you provide for our records information on what
would be required, what the advantages of such a program would be,
the time and the cost involved?
DR. MACARTHUR. We will be very happy to.
The information follows:

The dramatic progress being made in the field of molecular biology led us to
investigate the relevance of this field of science to biological warfare. A small group of experts considered this matter and provided the following observa- tions:
1. All biological agents up the the present time are representatives of naturally
occurring disease, and are thus known by scientists throughout the world. They
are easily available to qualified scientists for research, either for offensive or
defensive purposes.
2. Within the next 5 to 10 years, it would probably be possible to make a new infective microorganism which could differ in certain important aspects from any known disease-causing organisms. Most important of these is that it might be refractory to the immunological and therapeutic processes upon which we depend to maintain our relative freedom from infectious disease.
3. A research program to explore the feasibility of this could be completed
in approximately 5 years at a total cost of $10 million.
4. It would be very difficult to establish such a program. Molecular biology
is a relatively new science. There are not many highly competent scientists in the
field. Almost all are in university laboratories, and they are generally adequately
supported from sources other than DOD. However, it was considered possible
to initiate an adequate program through the National Academy of Sciences -
National Research Council (NAS-NRC).
The matter was discussed with the NAS-NRC, and tentative plans were plans were made
to initiate the program. However decreasing funds in CB, growing criticism
of the CB program, and our reluctance to involve the NAS-NRC in such a con-
troversial endeavor have led us to postpone it for the past 2 years.
It is a highly controversial issue and there are many who believe such
research should not be undertaken lest it lead to yet another method of massive
killing of large populations. On the other hand, without the sure scientific
knowledge that such a weapon is possible, and an understanding of the ways it
could be done, there is little that can be done to devise defensive measures.
Should an enemy develop it, there is little doubt that this is an important area
of potential military technological inferiority in which there is no adequate
research program."

Google "H.B. 15090 PART 5 RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION"


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posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 07:28 AM
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a reply to: zeta55

I've heard that if you carefully remove a tick within 24 hours, you not likely to get a disease from the bite. I can believe that though because the tick bite occurs very slowly so you won't feel it, so it takes a while for them to go deep enough to start sucking your blood.

What you propose is avoiding the tick is the best defense, and I agree. The problem with insecticides and repellents is that 50% of the time a tick gets on you or your pets, it is merely catching a ride to a more favorable spot to drop off and wait for another victim. The males only suck long enough to search for an already attached and bloated female to mate with, then they drop off and search for more reproductive females on other hosts. When the female is bloated and fertile, they drop off and lay thousands of eggs and then die.

Around here April through June are the worse months to get a tick on you. Fortunately you can feel them crawl around on you most of the time before they settle in for a meal. Just thinking about ticks make me feel like I'm crawling with them though, in fact I just thought I felt one down my shirt because I went outside for ten minutes earlier.



posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 08:31 AM
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a reply to: dfnj2015

One of the saddest things, I have read where 50 percent of the people who have Lyme Disease , don't remember being bitten by a tick.

Most Dr's know very little about Lyme Disease, so a lot of people are misdiagnosed , or sadly, told it's all in their head.

I pray somehow, you will find relief. I know the only relief I get, will come when my physical body dies.

I will check back later to this thread, after I do a few things.

May peace be with you.



posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 08:45 AM
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a reply to: MichiganSwampBuck

Yes, I have read that too. Supposedly, if the tick is properly removed within 24 hrs, the chance of getting Lyme Disease is low.

The key is properly removed. I have read to NEVER touch the body of the tick. If touched, or any chemical, or hot match stick is applied to the tick, it goes into shock, and releases as much bacteria as it can.

If I were someone that found a tick on my body, I would go to an Emergency Room, or my personal Dr, if available, and have the skin below the head of the tick cut out, and immediately be put on doxycycline for 4 weeks. If a person waits for the results, to see if the tick has the Lyme bacteria, I feel it will be too late.

I have even read touching a tick can give you certain bacterial infections. To add insult to injury, now there is a new tick that's spreading. The Asian Long Horned Tick. Several cows in North Carolina have died from having their blood drained by these monsters from Hell.

I will check back later to this thread, after I do a few errands.

Thank you



posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 09:31 AM
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originally posted by: dfnj2015

originally posted by: LogicalGraphitti
I'm not shocked by this. It happened a long time ago. I'm more concerned about what is happening now.

I'm still waiting for the answer about who was behind the JFK assassination.


Everything is a rich man's trick

It's a long documentary on the JFK assassination. Some of the conclusions may be questioned but it's a great history lesson of all the possible actors involved.


Thanks for the link on the subject. I'll have to give it a read.



posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 10:38 AM
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originally posted by: zeta55
a reply to: MichiganSwampBuck

Yes, I have read that too. Supposedly, if the tick is properly removed within 24 hrs, the chance of getting Lyme Disease is low.

The key is properly removed. I have read to NEVER touch the body of the tick. If touched, or any chemical, or hot match stick is applied to the tick, it goes into shock, and releases as much bacteria as it can.

If I were someone that found a tick on my body, I would go to an Emergency Room, or my personal Dr, if available, and have the skin below the head of the tick cut out, and immediately be put on doxycycline for 4 weeks. If a person waits for the results, to see if the tick has the Lyme bacteria, I feel it will be too late.

I have even read touching a tick can give you certain bacterial infections. To add insult to injury, now there is a new tick that's spreading. The Asian Long Horned Tick. Several cows in North Carolina have died from having their blood drained by these monsters from Hell.

I will check back later to this thread, after I do a few errands.

Thank you


I've heard that you must carefully remove the tick with tweezers at it's mouth parts to avoid back flushing the tick fluids into your body. That is actually hard to do, I usually pluck them off with my fingers before they get in too far. However, I'm probably taking a huge chance doing that.

I also heard that covering them in Vaseline will cause them to suffocate and pull out, but that could take hours from my experience. I once found an engorged female tick on my dog, it was tough to remove and even pulled up a small patch of skin with it. I then placed it in a cup of rubbing alcohol and it took almost ten hours to finally die. They are the tough bugs to kill unless you crush them really hard with a solid object on a solid surface or fry them with a flame.



posted on Jul, 18 2019 @ 10:58 AM
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originally posted by: DustybudzZ

originally posted by: MichiganSwampBuck
a reply to: DustybudzZ

Yeah, I thought about that one too. With such large sucking mouth parts, bed bugs obviously would be a vector for disease. It's just like the "experts" tell us that mosquitoes can transmit Malaria but not AIDS, even though they get bloated with blood within a minute of biting. But since I haven't been educated and trained in insect borne diseases, I'm just an ignorant paranoid that can't use common sense to make that assumption and must rely on the media to explain the "facts" to me.


Right!!
hell yeah


Actually I never even thought of mosquitoes being able to transmit AIDS
it makes since though.
They say that them kinda of diseases can't be transmitted like that because the air kills it
but if someone can get them kind of diseases from sharing needles then I would think mosquitoes could do the trick

Nice concept




You’re gonna have to do a lot of research. The AIDS virus requires heat, it can only live for a short while outside the host ie. human or chimp and will not survive in something like a mosquito.

Unless maybe you’re sleeping next to someone with AIDS and the mosquito makes a quick turn?
But again, mosquito’s inject an anti-coagulant and probably won’t be offering up any of it’s sweet sanguine sustenance.




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