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Originally posted by TheWayISeeIt
I have had ZERO percent recognition rate when I have discussed this with friends/associates since becoming aware of it myself about 6 months ago
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Iraq is part of Mesopotamia, the cradle of civilization, where the fertile valley between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers created ideal conditions for crop cultivation. Iraqi farmers have existed since approximately 8,000 B.C. and had developed the rich seed variety for almost every variety of wheat used in the world today. They did this through a system of saving a share of seeds and replanting, developing new naturally resistant hybrid varieties through the new plantings.
For years, the Iraqis had held samples of such precious natural seed varieties in a national seed bank, located, ironically, in Abu Ghraib, the city made infamous as a US military torture prison site in 2004. Following the US occupation and various bombing campaigns, the historic and invaluable seed bank in Abu Ghraib vanished
In 1996, Iraqi botanists dipped into their own seed bank, packed up 200 kinds of seed, and sent them for safekeeping in Syria. It was a wise move. Once the Iraq war began, their seed bank was looted. It had been kept in the town of Abu Ghraib.
Albert N. Stubblebine III (Maj. Gen., US Army, Ret) was graduated from The United States Military Academy (West Point) and served with distinction in the US Army for 32 years. Starting his career as an Armor officer, he had the opportunity to command troops frequently at every echelon of command. He was tasked with re-evaluating the North Korean Order of Battle using top secret reconnaissance data. He was so intrigued with the new intelligence capabilities that he transferred branches to join the recently-formed Intelligence Branch of the US Army.
Dr. Laibow continues to forge new territory in the application of frequency science in the medical and security arenas. She is the founder and president of the Neurotherapy Certification Board and an editor of the Journal of Neurotherapy.She is also the architect, along with her husband, Major General Albert N. Stubblebine III, of AEGIS, a comprehensive Homeland Security private initiative which has the potential to increase security across the North American land mass while reducing government expenditures significantly.