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Originally posted by mykingdomforthetruth
when the lecturer speaks ... and then when the guy asking questions speaks the white noise changes, this video has been altered and not very well either
Originally posted by TwiTcHomatic
A bit late to the party.
Looks like Hoax to me as well.
Come on ATS.. investigate before blindly flagging.edit on 28-4-2013 by TwiTcHomatic because: (no reason given)
Is the Pentagon developing genocidal anti-Islam bio-weapons? An apparent Pentagon video, leaked by the hacker group Anonymous, details US military plans to develop and deploy a biological weapon that would destroy people's receptivity to religion in targeted Muslim populations. By Kevin Barrett August 08, 2012
Kevin James Barrett (born February 1959) is an American former university lecturer and Muslim convert. He is a member of the Scientific Panel for the Investigation of 9/11 (SPINE), and is a founding member of the Muslim-Jewish-Christian Alliance (MUJCA), established October 30, 2004 with the stated aim of improving "interfaith dialogue, coexistence, and understanding" in light of the events of 9/11.. He is a co-founder of American Muslim Political Action Committee (AMPAC) and co-host AMPAC Radio Community Talk-Show  with MD Rabbi Alam . for Million American March against fear on 9/11/13 which is called MAMAF. In the fall of 2006, Barrett taught an introductory class called "Islam: Religion and Culture", an undergraduate course for which he had formerly been a teaching assistant. Before the semester began, it was reported that he planned to devote a week or two of the sixteen-week class to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack and the War on Terrorism. Controversy erupted when it became known Barrett was planning to discuss conspiracy theories in his lectures.[not in citation given] An internal university review found that "although Mr. Barrett presented a variety of viewpoints, he had not discussed his personal opinions in the classroom" and that the department-approved syllabus, which included a section on the War on Terror, had been followed. The Anti-Defamation League names Barrett as one of the leading promoters of anti-Semitic 9/11 conspiracy theories.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
reply to post by rickymouse
You make an excellent point about diet. That is already used to rather disturbing effect in the recruitment and "turning" of people in extreme cults. Dietary manipulation can increase some vitamins and ingredients while dropping others to rather profound effect. 'nough said on that beyond saying you're absolutely right about it being effective and far easier than monkeying with vaccines that one has to convince people to get anyway.
We all eat.