traffic in the world, and would often be used by various nations for testing
until the wind was blowing toward the British coast, then got the lids off 3
large metal containers so the fine dust would be taken across to shore.
Porton Down chemical gas experiment, on its own people.
warfare gases on the British underground, some during the day and some
during S.A.S hostage maneuvers at night.
after the war, officially approx 3,500 were held here and many others
unofficially, important Jews from Russias KGB who were behind the Soviet show trials,
Down germ warfare experiments. Documentation of much of this and the
experiments on the public under cover of the “common cold experiments” up
until the sixties, are now held in Soviet archives, assisted by the huge
numbers of British socialist sympathizers.
predictive of how humans would cope with the various gas attacks.
Gas canisters were released in London, Essex and later in East Anglia in
Porton Down people experiments, to determine the spread of disease as a
weapon of war.
The numbers of soldiers developing gulf war sickness, which contaminates
their children and grandchildren to come, was denied by the very government that
sent them to this war.
chemical sensitivity range of disorders lie here.
clusters of cancers that are 20% higher in East Anglia. This among other
conditions, such as bad coughs and strange chest infections from secret
clouds of toxic gas releases, are well known to doctors at the Kings Lynn
Hospital, who have also seen clusters of children born with ear complaints,
which they are told to put down to crop spraying chemicals in the area, and
chemical contaminants in the water supplies.
controversial figure with a highly superior attitude to patients who is said
by staff to be “in the know” about hospital research into spiralling chest conditions in the area as well as cancer, asthma and C.O.P.D and is said by staff to conceal the real data.
syndrome and house spraying with the pesticide organophosphate Methyl Parathion,
which is said to bring on occasional infant respiratory arrest.
Between the years 1957 and 1964 the Daily Mail under newly released
documentation, says over 100 secret airborne experiments were carried out by
government on its own people. Most of the tests were in heavy metal cadmium
distribution which is linked particularly to throat cancers.
The M.O.D of course dismisses the findings as no risk but then why if there
were no risk was it all done in secret ?
It is time now for some degree of transparency. We have just murdered
Saddham Hussein for gas attacks on his own people, with, by the way gas
supplied by us and hopefully some prosecutions will now follow in Britain
for the same crimes, but don’t hold your breath, while doctors in hospitals
still cover up what is going on.
T. Stokes London