(highly toxic) mycoplasma and the Gulf War
Dr. Hans J. Kugler
h.kugler at ix.netcom.com
Sat Sep 2 02:55:33 EST 1995
In <428d2q$f33 at ixnews5.ix.netcom.com> jrken at ix.netcom.com (James
Kennedy ) writes:
>Kugler writes, why would it be unlikely that a mycoplasma like this
>would be used in biological warfare? Answer: Because when you are in
>war against a superior force you would like to rapidly neutralize and
>destroy the enemy, not give him a long term illness.
HOWEVER, in reality these little suckers don't do what we assume, but
they are very fast. That really is part of the macabre sneakiness of
using these genetically altered mycoplasmas as warfare agents; who
would seriously look for them as causes of these new diseases?
Read selected testimonies of Gulf War veterans before congressional
committees. Example: Nick Roberts, U.S. Navy Reserve: "I was in perfect
health until the night we were hit. After coming out of the bunker I
was exposed to something. My skin began to burn and sting, my lips were
numb, there was a very strange taste in my mouth, my nose run
uncontrollably, and my eyes watered quite a bit. I realized that my
buddies around me experienced the same thing."
Recently declassified material showed that literally all of this
warfare stuff was kept secret because our great leaders were afraid
that the world might panic, and soldiers would doubt their leadership
if they knew the facts:
a) That humongous amounts of the most lethal toxins were found in Iraq,
and that the use of biological warfare agents was a reality.
Toxins included everything from mustard gas to Sarin, Tabun, and also
most likely - acquired from Russia - any number of the Soviet binary
"Novichok" series ultra-lethal toxins that, even in microdoses can be
debilitating, induce myosis, memory loss, internal organ dysfunction -
- - and have no known antidotes.
THE IMMUNE SYSTEM WOULDN'T EVEN HAVE A CHANCE TO REACT OR PROTECT.
b) MOST IMPORTANT: THAT, AFTER LEARNING ABOUT THE TYPES AND AMOUNTS OF
TOXINS, IT WAS OBVIOUS THAT FOR MANY OF THESE TOXINS OUR SOLDIER'S
PROTECTIVE GEAR WAS NOT ONLY INADEQUATE, BUT TOTALLY INEFFECTIVE.
Are readers aware of the charges that thousands of soldiers died during
the first few weeks of this war, and that Government is covering this
Sorry, but the above statement by Kennedy does neither agree with
principles of chemical warfare nor with the philosophy/thinking of
eastblock warriors. In this light the so-called recent desertions of
Hussein relatives make no sense at all; it sounds like a very bad
episode of a daytime soap opera. Many already wonder what is really
Stay informed and read the testimony that is being presented to the
Gulf War committees!
Hans J. Kugler, PhD
Editor, Preventive Medicine UP-DATE
also past Air Force officer and jet jockey
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