Biological testing will begin in the subways of Boston, in the summer of 2012. Department of Homeland Security plans to release deadly bacteria called B-Subtilis. B. subtilis is only known to cause disease in severely immunocompromised patients, and can conversely be used as a probiotic in healthy individuals.
It may contaminate food but rarely causes food poisoning. B. subtilis produces the proteolytic enzyme subtilisin. B. subtilis spores can survive the extreme heat during cooking. B. subtilis is responsible for causing ropiness — a sticky, stringy consistency caused by bacterial production of long-chain polysaccharides — in spoiled bread dough. Even though CBS is reporting that the test in Boston will be the first time, biological testing on humans has been happening for decades. In a move of transparency, the government is informing the people, and the people are questioning once again what the real purpose of this testing is. Will the truth ever be told?
Biological warfare (also known as germ warfare) is the use of biological toxins or infectious agents such as bacteria, viruses, and fungi with intent to kill or incapacitate humans, animals or plants as an act of war. Biological weapons (often termed "bio-weapons" or "bio-agents") are living organisms or replicating entities (viruses) that reproduce or replicate within their host victims.
The first recorded "weaponized" biological agent in North America occurred during the French and Indian Wars (1754 to 1767). The agent was smallpox. The method of delivery was smallpox blankets not bombs. Sir Jeffrey Amherst who was the commander of British forces in North America formulated a plan to "reduce," as he so clinically expressed it, the size of the Native American tribes that were hostile to the crown.
In 1864 Luke P. Blackburn who was regarded as an expert on yellow fever, traveled to Bermuda to help combat a yellow fever outbreak that threatened Confederate blockade running operations there. Blackburn supported the Confederate cause during the Civil War, and was accused of trying to carry out a plot to start a yellow fever epidemic in the Northern United States that would have hampered the Union war effort. In the early days of the war, Blackburn acted as a civilian agent for the governments of Kentucky and Mississippi.
Testing on unwitting military personnel, and civilians began as early as 1949. The US military acknowledges that it tested several chemical and biological weapons on US military personnel. The US military for decades remained silent about "Project 112" and its victims, a slew of tests overseen by the Army's Deseret Test Center in Salt Lake City. Project 112 starting in the 1960s tested chemical and biological agents, including VX, sarin and e. Coli, on military personnel who did not know they were being tested. Medical experiments were conducted on a large scale on civilians who had not consented to participate. Questions were raised about detrimental health effects after experiments in San Francisco, California, were followed by a spike in hospital visits. The San Francisco test involved a U.S. Navy ship that sprayed Serratia marcescens from the bay; it traveled more than 30 miles. One dispersion test involved laboratory personnel disguised as passengers spraying harmless bacteria in Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.
Scientists tested biological pathogens, including Bacillus globigii, which were thought to be harmless, at public places such as subways. A light bulb containing Bacillus globigii was dropped on New York City's subway system; the result was strong enough to affect people prone to illness (also known as Subway Experiment). Based on the circulation measurements, thousands of people would have been killed if a dangerous microbe was released in the same manner. A jet aircraft released material over Victoria, Texas, that was monitored in the Florida Keys.
During the 1950s the United States conducted a series of field tests using entomological weapons. Operation Big Itch, in 1954, was designed to test munitions loaded with uninfected fleas (Xenopsylla cheopis). In May 1955 over 300,000 yellow fever mosquitoes (Aedes aegypti) were dropped over parts of the U.S. state of Georgia to determine if the air-dropped mosquitoes could survive to take meals from humans. The mosquito tests were known as Operation Big Buzz.
Leonard Cole's 1988 book, Clouds of Secrecy, reveals that in1966, "Bacillus subtilis" was released throughout the subway system of New York in 1966. The tests to determine the vulnerability showed that the release of an organism in just one station would infect the entire underground subway system due to winds and vacuum created by the passing subway trains.
Chemtrails are believed to be another bio-weapons experiment that is being tested on humans. Due to lack of knowledge, most people think that chemtrails are contrails. In 2009, the Discovery Channel aired a documentary to help people better understand the what chemtrails are,the particles they contain, and the effects on the human and plant life.
Chemtrails are being sprayed around the world, in a secret joint effort by world leaders, who continue to avoid questions about the project. Scientist and researcher, Rosie Bertell continues to provide damning evidence concerning the military, government, scientists, giant corporations involvement in the world-wide sinister "Black Project" known as chemtrails.
In 1999 Toronto's York University historians Stephen Endicott and Edward Hagerman wrote a book called "The United States and Biological Warfare" which further exposed this hidden history, while psychological warfare expert Colonel Edward Hunter created the "legend" that US airmen were "brainwashed" by the Red Chinese to make false confessions about engaging in germ warfare.