Thursday, 8 September 2016

Would Governments Poison their Own Populations?

Please remember that the "anthrax scare" in which prominent people were sent anthrax contaminated material, and from which several died, came from a GOVERNMENT laboratory. Eventually when the evidence was overwhelming, a poor sod was chosen to blame, who then was knocked off before he could be prosecuted. 

All the proof we need that elements of government, the same ones that have foisted numerous documented 'false flag' cases on us including 9/11 and 7/7, are quite able to poison their own people if they think it helpful to some mad plan or other. 

What better example could there be than a US government agency stating there was no risk AFTER 9/11, when the air and dust was still full of asbestos and probably nuclear radioactive particles? Yet again this has never been officially recognised despite the thousands of deaths that have resulted from it. 

Not a single employee of the EPA was sacked or disciplined for that advice as far as I am aware. It mirrors the fact that all the top military involved in the biggest failure in defence of the USA since the British burnt down the White House, were all promoted or honoured. 

Yet still the American people did not rise up in revolt, and fifteen years later are enthusing over a mad man or a mad woman to lead and represent them! Bruce Ivins blamed, allegedly committed suicide by taking a drug overdose on July 29, 2008.

An informal discussion on the concept of 'False Flags' here: 

And still it continues: the US Pentagon admitted in 2015 that it sent live anthrax spores to California, Texas, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, New Jersey and New York in addition to one sent internationally to South Korea.

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