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McSweegan discusses trip to Russian bioweapons facility (sans
Sweeg's customary penis-talk) on TravelMag
Thursday, December 14, 2006 1:20:33 PM
Go there for the link to Sweeg's trip to Siberian Bioweapons Central.
McSweegan's penis-obsessed, staking, blow-job accusations and
harassment of Lyme
We know its him because if his previous use of an anonymous
remailer which no one with Lyme can afford:
And also, the character in McSweegan's book "Deliberate Release" was
named "Christopher Adams," and in this book, the antagonist "posts
disinformation anonymously to the internet using a remailer."
The whole thing is very Erin Brockovich-esque, but this time
Erin is an actual chemist with undeniably congenitally infected kids:
Look at the bloodwork and the dates.
The "Dangerously Intelligent Chemist, Like Ted Kascinski" of
Stonington (say the criminally insane DCF)
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> This (below) is a riot. (Inasmuch as killing 100s of 1000s of people
> over the BushCo -NeoCon agenda for The New Pearl Harbor PATRIOT
> Act Dictatorship Inc was ever funny. 'Whole thing reads like a bad outer
> space novel.)
> McSweegan is usually an hysteric over vaccines and wants to ram another
> Bogus Lyme vaccine down our throats, but suddenly does a 180 at nearly the
> same time this (below) is revealed?
> Here is Sweeg, hysterical over the new rOspA (A bogus vaccine for a bogus
> disease. Borreliosis is not an arthritis in a knee- it's a borreliosis; a
> brain infection.):
> Sweeg says:
> "Third, Europe is a less litigious environment and is largely free of
> organized Lyme-patient advocacy groups. In the United States, activists
> have turned Lyme disease into everyone's backyard bogeyman. They have
> demonized experts for their views on treatment and prevention, and
> hired lawyers to successfully argue the dangers of vaccine-induced
> autoimmunity (Philadelphia Inquirer B03, July 9 2003)."
> [Note the conflict in logic: If Lyme is not a backyard bogeyman, then
> why do we need a vaccine?]
> - - - - - - - - - - -
> Anthrax attack on US Congress made by scientists and covered up by FBI, expert
> Sherwood Ross
> Middle East Times
> December 11, 2006
> WASHINGTON -- The terrorists who perpetrated the 2001 anthrax attack on
> Congress likely were US government scientists at the army's Ft. Detrick, MD.,
> bioterrorism lab having access to "moonsuits" that enabled them to safely
> process and manufacture super-weapons-grade anthrax, an eminent authority on
> subject says.
> Although only a "handful" of scientists had the ability to perpetrate the
> the culprit among them may never be identified as the FBI ordered the
> destruction of the anthrax culture collection at Ames, IA., from which the Ft.
> Detrick lab got its pathogens, the authority said.
> This action makes it impossible "to pin-point precisely where, when, and from
> whom these bio-agents had originated," said Dr. Francis A. Boyle of the
> University of Illinois at Champaign.
> Boyle, who drafted the US Biological Weapons Convention of 1989 enacted by
> Congress, said destruction of the Ames anthrax "appears to be a cover-up
> orchestrated by the FBI."
> If impartial scientists could have performed genetic reconstruction of the
> anthrax found in letters mailed to Senators Daschle (D-S.D.) and Patrick
> (D -Vt.), "the trail of genetic evidence would have led directly back to a
> secret but officially-sponsored US government biowarfare program that was
> illegal and criminal" in violation of biological weapons conventions and US
> laws, Boyle said.
> "I believe the FBI knows exactly who was behind these terrorist anthrax
> upon the United States Congress in the Fall of 2001, and that the culprits
> US government-related scientists involved in a criminal US government
> program," Boyle said.
> The anthrax attacks killed five people, including two postal workers, injured
> others, and shut down the operations of the US Congress.
> Boyle, a leading American authority on international law, said after the attacks
> he contacted senior FBI official Marion "Spike" Bowman, who handles
> counter-terrorism issues, and provided him with the names of the scientists
> working with anthrax. Boyle told Bowman the Ft. Detrick scientists were not to
> be trusted.
> In addition to then destroying the anthrax, the FBI "retained every
> life-scientist it could locate as part of its fictitious investigation, and
> swore them all to secrecy so that they cannot publicly comment on the
> investigation or give their expert opinion," Boyle said.
> Boyle pointed out that Bowman is the same FBI agent "who played a pivotal role
> in suppressing evidence which in turn prevented the issuance of a search
> for the computer of Zacarias Moussaoui, the alleged 20th Al Qaeda hijacker on
> September 2001, which might otherwise have led to foreknowledge and therefore
> prevention of those terrorist attacks in the first place."
> A self-confessed Al Qaeda operative, Moussaoui was detained on immigration three
> weeks before 9/11 when a Minnesota flight school reported he was acting
> Boyle asked if Bowman received an FBI award in December 2002, for "exceptional
> performance" because of his capacity "to forestall investigations, because of
> where they may lead?" He went on to inquire, "Could the real culprits behind
> terrorist attacks on 11 September 2001, and the immediately following
> anthrax attacks upon Congress ultimately prove to be the same people?"
> Because of its "bogus investigation," Boyle said, "the greatest political
> in the history of the United States of America since its founding on 4 July,
> 1776 - the anthrax attacks on Congress, which served not only to deliver a
> terrorist threat on its members, but actually to close it down for a period -
> may remain officially unresolved forever."
> "Could it truly be coincidental," he continued, "that two of the primary
> intended victims of the terrorist anthrax attacks - Senators Daschle and Leahy -
> were holding up the speedy passage of the pre-planned USA Patriot Act ... an
> which provided the federal government with unprecedented powers in relation to
> US citizens and institutions?"
> Leahy is incoming Chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee and may have a
> personal interest in holding hearings to learn who tried to kill him. He
> recently said President George W. Bush should be "terrified" that he will be
> new Chair.
> Boyle's views are contained in his book Biowarfare and Terrorism, published by
> Clarity Press, Inc., of Atlanta, GA. His previously published titles include,
> Foundations of World Order, The Criminality of Nuclear Deterrence, and
> Destroying World Order. Dr. Boyle holds a Doctor of Law Magna Cum Laude and a
> Ph.D. in political science, both from Harvard.
> In a forward to the book, Dr. Jonathan King, Professor of Molecular Biology at
> M.I.T. and a founder of the Council for Responsible Genetics, said the
> government's "growing bioterror programs [described by Professor Boyle]
> represent a significant emerging danger to our own population."
> A harsh critic of Pentagon biowarfare activities, Boyle pointed out in
> inflation-adjusted dollars the US spends more on them today than it did on the
> Manhattan Project to develop the atomic bomb in World War II. He has accused
> Bush administration of diverting the bio-tech industry "towards biowarfare
> purposes" and of making corrupting payoffs to Academia to turn university
> scientists to the pursuit of biowarfare work.
> Sherwood Ross is an American journalist who writes on military and political
> topics. Reach him at sherw...@yahoo.com