Sunday, December 23, 2007

Did a US/Israel Bio-weapon miss the intended species?

A camel lies dead at the side of a road near the Saudi capital Riyadh. Photograph: Issa Abdul Haq/AFP/Getty Images

Camel 'plague' puzzles scientists

* Robin McKie, science editor
* The Observer,
* Sunday December 23 2007

An unprecedented number of camels across North Africa and the Middle East died last year, researchers have discovered. The several thousand deaths have baffled scientists who are probing toxins, antibiotic pollution, viruses and even climate change as possible causes.

In Saudi Arabia alone, between 2,000 and 5,000 perished inexplicably, it was revealed in Science last week. The ships of the desert are being sunk in unusual, and worrying, numbers, the journal warned. [click here] for more

Iraq, the testing ground for Big Brother's Crowd Control Weapons

US military unveils heat-ray gun
The heat-ray gun mounted on a Humvee vehicle
The gun uses a large dish mounted on a Humvee vehicle
The US military has given the first public display of what it says is a revolutionary heat-ray weapon to repel enemies or disperse hostile crowds.

Called the Active Denial System, it projects an invisible high energy beam that produces a sudden burning feeling.

Military officials, who say the gun is harmless, believe it could be used as a non-lethal way of making enemies surrender their weapons.

Officials said there was wide-ranging military interest in the technology.

[click here] for more

The "unwanted" can be rounded up and corralled in any area including a city block, microwaved to a crisp, a bucket loader can be used to scoop up the crispies and goo loaded into containers, and then the containers could be hoisted off a container ship and then dropped into the deep ocean. The mass killing could then be covered up.

Lessons of how to kill in numbers were learned in places like New Orleans after news people were ejected after Hurricane Katrina hit.


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