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Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989
In accordance with President Nixon’s order, the total destruction of antipersonnel biological agents and munitions was completed by May of 1972.
 It is believed, however, that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) continued to research biological weapons in spite of the President’s order.
The US signed on to the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC) on 10 April 1972.
 The BTWC entered into force on 26 March 1975. This convention prohibits the research, development and testing of biological weapons, agents and compounds.
The convention has an exception for prophylactic and defensive purposes.
There remained, however, a Chemical and Biological Warfare unit lurking in the Pentagon, starved for funds and wanting to come back to life.
[It came back to life by CIA Director John Deutch - and the US/ISRAEL Black Operations P.I.T. Plant 1989]
The administration of President Ronald Reagan came to power in 1980. The Reagan administration took the position that the US was going to exploit its superior technology with regard to all types of weapons.
This also included the new technologies of gene splicing and genetic engineering. Massive amounts of money, hundreds of millions of dollars, were poured into researching and developing what were claimed to be “defensive” biological agents.
The way the Reagan administration did this was by investigating every exotic disease one could imagine for the purpose of developing vaccines.
In this way, the US operated within the exceptions of the BTWC.
Of course, the technology used to get the vaccine is exactly the same technology used to create the agent.
In fact, the agent is usually created first in order to then produce the vaccine. After one creates the agent, one creates the vaccine and then a delivery device.
The result is a biological weapon.
Gene Splicing: buzz-word synonymous with Garth Nicolson and The US Special Virus Program for AIDS EBOLA GWS - Mystery Cancers.
And so under the LIE (exception) the US Developed SELECTIVE KILL - WMD.
This is what Peter Kawaja has been fighting for Veterans and the World Populations for 27 years - the evidence obtained by Kawaja is prosecutable by the ICC as WAR CRIMES against Humanity: After one creates the agent, one creates the vaccine and then a delivery device. The result is a biological weapon.
THE GUINEA PIGS?
SERVICE MEMBERS IN OPERATION DESERT STORM
Future biological weapons that can "target" specific genotypes and advanced forms of biological warfare that can “target” specific genotypes may transform biological warfare from the realm of terror to a politically useful tool.
In a review of a book on the history of eugenics in the United States, Keller cited the quote as an example of modern-day thinking that continues the tradition of eugenics, saying that the quote proposed "a sort of 'gene bomb'" and accusing the authors of supporting "the targeted extermination of a specific ethnic group -- i.e., genocide, the ultimate eugenic practice". The Project for a New American Century PNAC responded with a letter to the editor calling Keller's accusations "disgusting and utterly false" and stating that the quotation was intended to describe "threats the U. S. military may confront in the future" rather than weapons that the organization advocated developing.
READ THE ABOVE AGAIN - 100,000 times if that is what it tales for you to "get it".
In order for GWI HIV to kill the most number of persons, it would have been released and purposefully allowed to incubate.
We believe your inaction during the early critical part of the alleged GWS "mystery illness" was part and parcel to the government's plan to allow the synthetic microbe to seed into the human genome. The United States needed time for the synthetic microbe to reach the true target group.
The Main real HERO: Stephen Willeford says he ran
barefoot across street to find gunman
Willeford said he loaded his magazine and ran barefoot across the street to the church where he saw the gunman and exchanged fire.
“He saw me and I saw him,” Willeford said. “I was standing behind a pickup truck for cover. I know I hit him. He got into his vehicle, and he fired another couple rounds through his side window. When the window dropped, I fired another round at him again.”
As the shooter sped away, Willeford said, he ran to a pickup truck stopped at an intersection and told the driver: “That guy just shot up the Baptist church. We need to stop him.”
The driver, Johnnie Langendorff, said he had been driving to Sutherland Springs to pick up his girlfriend when a man who had been exchanging gunfire with the gunman suddenly landed inside his truck. He said the ensuing pursuit eventually clocked speeds upwards of 90mph.
Willeford said he and Langendorff kept a 911 operator advised as the high-speed pursuit continued. He said the gunman ultimately hit a road sign and flipped his vehicle into a roadside ditch.
Willeford said he then exited Langendorff’s pickup, perched his rifle on the rooftop and trained it on the other vehicle. He then yelled: “Get out of the truck! Get out of the truck!” But the gunman did not move.
Langendorff said police arrived about five minutes later. Based on evidence at the scene, investigators believe the gunman, Devin Patrick Kelley, 26, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
“There was no thinking about it,” Langendorff said. “There was just doing. That was the key to all this. Act now. Ask questions later.”
Asked if he felt like a hero, Langendorff said: “I don’t really know how I feel. I just hope that the families and people affected by this can sleep easier knowing that this man is not breathing any more and not able to hurt anyone else. I feel I just did what was right.”
Though he did not identify Willeford by name, the Texas department of public safety regional director, Freeman Martin, said at a news conference on Monday that the armed resident who confronted Kelley was toting an “AR assault rifle and engaged” the shooter.
Martin later praised Willeford and Langendorff: “The number one goal of law enforcement is to neutralise the shooter. In this situation, we had two good Samaritans who did that for law enforcement.”
Julius Kepper, Willeford’s next-door neighbour for the past seven years, described him as a gun and motorcycle enthusiast who regularly takes target practice at property out in the country, and has as many as five Harley Davidson motorcycles.
Kepper and other neighbours said Willeford’s family had been in the Sutherland Springs area for at least three generations, including a father and grandfather who were in dairy farming. Stephen Willeford is married with two grown-up children and works as a plumber who installs lines on major projects such as hospitals, Kepper said.
He called Willeford a “free spirit” and said he was not surprised Willeford would exchange gunfire with the church gunman. Others in the neighbourhood would have done the same if they had known what was happening, Kepper said.
On Monday the Republican senator Ted Cruz praised Willeford’s actions, after
talking to law enforcement officials and visiting the church in Sutherland
Springs. He lauded the “ordinary citizen” who engaged Kelley.
Still, Willeford proved a reluctant hero. “I didn’t want this and I want the focus to be on my friends,” Willeford told the Dallas Morning News. “I have friends in that church. I was terrified while this was going on.”
No one answered the door at the Willeford residence on Monday. Food that had been delivered to the house was stacked up on the front porch.
Let all those ANTI-GUN OWNERSHIP Liberals suck it up, the HERO was an ARMED CITIZEN with a High Powered Rifle which SAVED THE LIVES of many others who would be dead today!
Means Hitting the target
America is under Talmudic law, not Sharia law