Anthrax mailings claimed to be a Dot Guv hoax- This certainly fits McSweegan's behavior of late

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Anthrax mailings claimed to be a Dot Guv hoax- This certainly fits
McSweegan's behavior of late
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Thursday, December 14, 2006 11:45:43 AM

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
permanent
brain infection.):
http://www.actionlyme.org/MCSWEEGANS_ADVANCE_WARNING_ABOUT_OSPA_IN_EUROPE.htm

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?]

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http://www.metimes.com/storyview.php?StoryID=20061211-033912-3373r
Anthrax attack on US Congress made by scientists and covered up by FBI,
expert
says
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 the
subject says.

Although only a "handful" of scientists had the ability to perpetrate
the crime,
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 Leahy,
(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
attacks
upon the United States Congress in the Fall of 2001, and that the
culprits were
US government-related scientists involved in a criminal US government
biowarfare
program," Boyle said.

The anthrax attacks killed five people, including two postal workers,
injured 17
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
independent
life-scientist it could locate as part of its fictitious investigation,
and then
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 warrant
for the computer of Zacarias Moussaoui, the alleged 20th Al Qaeda
hijacker on 11
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

suspiciously.

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 the
terrorist attacks on 11 September 2001, and the immediately following
terrorist
anthrax attacks upon Congress ultimately prove to be the same people?"

Because of its "bogus investigation," Boyle said, "the greatest
political crime
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 act
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 the
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 the
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


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