By: Savannah Smith | 04-04-2018 | News
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Truth or Conspiracy Theory: U.S. Government Carried Out Bio-Chem Warfare?

An article on Nexus says that the U.S. government conducted bio-warfare experiments that killed people in San Francisco, California - said to be one of the largest human experiments in history.

It says that the U.S. government simulated a chemical attack on innocent citizens in 1950. The report further claims that the government then carried out said the attack by spraying San Francisco city with the microbe Serratia marcescens. It attacked defenseless citizens. The article also quoted Discover Magazine as saying that the experiment was conducted as a “vulnerability test to identify susceptible regions in the event of a biological attack.”

San Francisco was said to be a target of the attack dubbed “Operation Sea-Spray” because of its proximity to the ocean and its then-unique geography, the presence of tall buildings, and having a dense population.

The article also went on to describe that for six harrowing days in September 1950, the United States Navy utilized giant hoses to spray clouds of Serratia along the coastline of San Francisco. The city’s then 800,000-strong residents were affected with heavy doses of the chemical. The report also says that estimates have it that neighboring areas such as communities in Albany, Berkeley, Daly City, Colma, San Leandro, and Sausalito, were exposed to it.

Discover said that the military may have downplayed the effect of the attack but that there were a reported number of serious illnesses suffered by the residents and even one death linked to the attack.

Among the illnesses said to be impacted by the attack include severe urinary tract infection and complications of heart infections. Other separate reports give a more comprehensive narration claiming how citizens suffered from such complications allegedly caused by the chemical attacks.

Some claim that the San Francisco chemical attack may not be the only one incident where the U.S. government deliberately poisoned its citizens. In October 2017, three congressmen spoke and called for the government to be held accountable for conducting secret experiments across the country that involved testing radioactive material on vulnerable and poor populations in the 1950s.

Such is also the claims of author and professor Lisa Martino-Taylor in her book, “Behind the Fog: How the US Cold War Radiological Weapons Program Exposed Innocent Americans.” The author also says that the most vulnerable were particularly targeted for the attacks including the poor, children and pregnant women. She also claims that she discovered a small group of researchers who “worked to develop radiological weapons and later ‘combination weapons’ using radioactive materials along with chemical or biological weapons. <a href="">Even the Smithsonian carried an article in 2015</a> on the shocking case of "Operation Sea Spray" which, along with the CIA's clandestine experiments on mind control with Project MK-Ultra was not the only instance of the military using unwitting citizens to test on.

There have been many similar theories about bio-warfare attacks carried out by the U.S. government, while some say they are nothing but just wild conspiracy theories. The government has officially not confirmed any such occurrence but talks about such persist up to this day.


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Anonymous No. 22318 2018-04-04 : 19:26

We need a redeploy on CA ASAP

Anonymous No. 22320 2018-04-04 : 20:03

Whatever Serattia is it wasn't effective enough. Just keep it on the west coast cause even if it makes those people bat shit crazy no one will notice.

Anonymous No. 22328 2018-04-04 : 21:55

It's probably why SF is gay as fuck… They should spray that Babylonian faggot shit hole again.

Anonymous No. 22355 2018-04-05 : 00:42

No need for any of this now. They have blacks and lawlessness.

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