posted on Aug, 7 2008 @ 11:24 AM
Forgive me if this has been posted already, I've not read through the whole thread.Matrix1111 posted this in a thread called "An Attempt to Debunk
Chemtrails For Good"
New Chemtrails Theory Just Might Make You Sick
by Jim Marrs
Source: Alien Zoo
November 23, 2000
AlienZoo presents: The View from Marrs
A report from a Canadian research foundation concluded that the much discussed, but little publicized Chemtrails, may be an attempt to hide a
sickening military secret.
Professor Donald Scott, president of the Common Cause Medical Research Foundation, claimed that Chemtrails are a belated attempt by U.S. military and
intelligence chieftains to stop the spread of a debilitating disease first concocted in the early 1980s.
According to Scott's account, the military began developing diseases in the 1970s which were infectious but not contagious. In other words, an
ailment which could be spread to enemy troops but would not pass into other populations.
One such disease was based on a zoonosis, a disease which can be transmitted to humans by animals, in this case brucellosis. Brucellosis is a
bacterial disease usually found in cattle, which can cause undulant fever in humans.
By manipulating this disease, researchers were able to design a disabling bacteria which disappeared following infection. Troops could be infected yet
exhibit no signs of the bacteria when examined by a doctor.
In the early 1980s, secret government labs worked to produce a brucellosis pathogen which could disable enemy troops without the risk of infecting
friendly forces. This pathogen reportedly was based on brucellosis bacteria in a crystalline form first developed by researchers in 1945.
According to Scott's report, such a bacteria was tested during the summer of 1984 at Tahoe-Truckee High School in California, where individual rooms
were fitted with an independent recycling air supply. A teacher's lounge was designated as the infection target. Seven of eight teachers assigned to
this room became very ill within months.
The high school was only one of several locations where the specially designed pathogens were tested, some distributed by aerosol sprays and others by
the use contaminated mosquitoes.
Scott reported that one hundred million mosquitoes a month were bred at the Dominion Parasite Laboratory in Belleville, Ontario, during the 1980s,
then tested by both Canadian and U.S. military authorities after being infected with brucellosis.
Some observers believe the viral epidemic reported around New York City in recent years may have been the result of these infected mosquitoes.
The testing of unsuspecting victims was conducted by both the military and CIA, according to Scott, and monitored by the National Institutes of Health
as well as the Center for Disease Control.
Encouraged by what they felt was a successful test, military leaders reportedly passed the brucellosis bio agent to none other than Saddam Hussein,
who in the mid-1980s was fighting a protracted war against Iran at the behest of the CIA.
In 1986, with the approval of Vice-President George Bush, Saddam received shipments of both brucella abortus, biotypes 3 and 9, and brucella
melitensis, biotypes 1 and 3.
After Saddam obtained a stockpile of the brucellosis, a terrible discovery was made - these designer bacteria mutated and became contagious.
According to Scott's report, Saddam used this pathogen on American troops during the Persian Gulf War in 1991, resulting in the illness referred to
as Gulf War Syndrome. More than 100,000 Gulf War vets now suffer from this syndrome, which causes chronic fatigue, loss of appetite, profuse sweating
even at rest, joint and muscle pain, insomnia, nausea, and damage to major organs.
Much of this information may be found in a 1994 report by Senator Donald W. Riegle, Jr., titled, "U.S. Chemical and Biological Warfare-related Dual
Use Exports to Iraq and Their Possible Impact on the Health Consequences of the Persian Gulf War."
Troops initially were told that no such infection existed and that the problem was mostly in their mind. Slowly, over the years, authorities were
forced to admit that something had triggered severe illness in many Gulf War veterans.
By then, a variant of the brucellosis had spread to the civilian population. Many people began suffering from general debilitation and tiredness.
When it became know that the contagion was spreading into the general population, top officials with the National Institutes of Health and Center for
Disease Control, as well as the Defense Department and the Department of Health and Human Resources began a program of misrepresentation of the
disease to mask their role in its origin. The illness was claimed to be connected to the Epstein-Barr virus and was labeled "Chronic Mononucleosis."
This has now become known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Like the veterans before them, victims of this ailment were told it was merely a psychological
One victim, Dr. Martin Lerner of William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, MI, told his peers in the American Society of Microbiology that his bout with
this mysterious disease left his heart damaged. Dr. Lerner and others suspected that Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is caused by viral infection.
Top-level officials, concerned both with the spread of the contagion and with the risk that their role in its origin would become publicly known,
moved to counteract the pathogen. This program may explain the mysterious Chemtrails which have been noted over major population centers during the
past couple of years.
As explained by Scott, "We have learned . . . that a patent was issued in 1996 for an aerosol vaccination process which would permit the vaccination
of wildlife and domestic herds by spraying them or their disease vectors (birds) from the air. . . .
"We have noted that many of the sightings of Chemtrails are over migratory bird flight paths. We are currently preparing a report on this subject for
release in January 2001.
"The Chemtrails program may well be a belated effort by the U.S. and Canadian governments to get the brucellosis genie back in its bottle."