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Army Report Validates Prediction of Vaccine-Induced Epidemic


"The more we do to you, the less you seem to believe we are doing it." - Joseph Mengele

The Army is still in denial but now admits the epidemic of Gulf War Syndrome II which I predicted would result from its own blatantly unethical vaccine policy (see warning here: http://www.winstonsmith.net/dontbeaguineapig_part2.htm ).

The Las Vegas Sun recently reported:

"More than 1,200 military personnel who received the anthrax vaccine before going to Iraq have developed serious illnesses, according to an Army report released last month, though local military officials contend the shots still are safe and necessary." (June 16th, 2005)

At least the military is now reportedly allowing service members to refuse its deadly vaccines without having their careers destroyed. According to the Sun, "Maj. Brian Blalock, public health flight commander at Nellis Air Force Base, said the anthrax shot is no longer mandatory for service members who are willing to sign a waiver releasing the military from liability." (We've come a long way from the first Gulf War when recalcitrant soldiers were held down and forcibly injected with experimental vaccines.)

But still touting the necessity of government vaccines, Blalock continued: "There are terrorists who are intent on using biological agents and there are countries that certainly have the capability."

Indeed there are. While the US government initially attempted to scare the public and military into taking its dangerous vaccines by blaming Iraq as the source of anthrax in "terrorist" attacks on the US (among other things), it has been revealed that the source of the disease is likely to be none other than the US government itself. The New York Times reported years ago that

"The dry powder used in the anthrax attacks is virtually indistinguishable in critical technical respects from that produced by the United States military before it shut down its biowarfare program, according to federal scientists and a report prepared for a military contractor." (December 3, 2001)

I summarized the 2001 anthrax attack ties to the long-running vaccine experimentation program conducted by the US government in my report, subtitled: "Who Are The Real Terrorists?". It was in this 2002 report that I asked, "Are we being set up for another Gulf War Syndrome disaster?" (www.winstonsmith.net)

If the veracity of a theory is proved by its ability to predict future events, the thesis that the US government is deliberately inducing preventable epidemics through tainted vaccines is now undeniable. (For the initial predictions on Gulf War Syndrome, please see links below.)

If an epidemic can be so easily started in a population captive to an institution with a long and varied history of human rights abuses in the midst of public warnings and federal rulings against vaccines known to be unsafe, how many more convenient epidemics have been quietly started by nominally humanitarian institutions (now known to be working with the military biowarfare inftrastructure and infiltrated with Nazi war criminals) using other vaccines in unsuspecting populations? And how long has this been going on?

Jerry Leonard

7/3/05

p.s. If you are feeling patriotic this weekend, please consider sending this to anyone who knows a soldier and help relay the good news: thanks to the efforts of real heros like Michael Donnelly, they may no longer be required to be a lab-rat for Uncle Sam and his biological warfare infrastructure, which was built with the aid of Nazi war criminals who, immediately following the war, were turned loose to experiment on American soldiers on American soil.

For previous warnings, please see:
http://www.winstonsmith.net/GWSyndromeII.htm
http://www.winstonsmith.net/dontbeaguineapig_part2.htm

"The reason Gulf War Syndrome happened is that no one did anything about AIDS. The reason AIDS happened is that no one did anything about MKULTRA. The reason MKULTRA happened is that no one did anything about ongoing U.S. complicity in Hitler's crimes." --Jerry Leonard, http://www.winstonsmith.net


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