November 28, 2008
Making sure not to lose the propaganda momentum created by the terror attacks in Mumbai, a commission in the United Kingdom warns over two dozen nations may soon fall victim to a “bio-terrorism incident.” The Institute of Public Policy Research says a threat within the next 18 months from pandemic diseases such as SARS and Avian Flu “could tip the global economy from serious recession into a global depression,” according to the Telegraph.
|If "weak states" located in a globalist defined "arc of instability" develop biological weapons, there is a good chance they will receive help from the major corporate players in the manufacture of biological and chemical warfare substances.|
The IPPR commission is chaired by Lord Ashdown and Lord Robertson, the former Secretary General of NATO, and includes Lord Guthrie, the former Chief of the Defense Staff and Sir David Omand, the former security and intelligence coordinator in the Cabinet Office.
It is not simply al-Qaeda, the perennial bogeyman and propaganda tool, that will unleash this fantastic plague, but “lone individuals with relevant experience can now be more dangerous than before.” In addition, the existence of “weak states” located in an “arc of instability” stretching from the coast of west Africa, right across to the east coast of the continent and up through the Persian Gulf region and into central Asia, pose a threat. Other “pressure points” include Haiti, Burma, Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe, in other words third world nations that need to be integrated into the globalist scheme for one world government.
The commission calls for NATO and the European Union to help the fledgling African Union, an integral part of the globalist integration scheme supported by the United Nations, the EU, and the United States. The African Union, according to the IPPR, is “likely to be tested the most in the next five to ten years.”
“Acts of bio-terrorism carried out not only by organized groups but by individuals with expertise and access to a laboratory, are a serious 21st century threat,” warns Lord Rees, President of the Royal Society and a member of the commission.
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In fact, active players in bio-terrorism are not located in Africa or Sri Lanka, but the United States, Europe, and the former Soviet Union. After president Roosevelt ordered the establishment of the U.S. Biological Warfare program in 1941, the military and the CIA conducted numerous “tests” on the American people, including the release of dengue fever carrying mosquitoes in Georgia and Florida, biological warfare tests on the civilian population in Puerto Rico, the release of bacillus globigii from a submarine on the port of Oahu, Hawaii, and dozens of other incidents, most of them classified.
So important is the U.S. bioweapons program, on July 25, 2001, it blocked any consensus on the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention. As it was reported at the time, U.S. opposition to the convention was based on fears that inspections of U.S. facilities might harm the profits of U.S. biotech companies and impede the United States’ current “biodefense” program.
If “weak states” located in a globalist defined “arc of instability” develop biological weapons, there is a good chance they will receive help from the major corporate players in the manufacture of biological and chemical warfare substances. It should be noted that the U.S. Department of Commerce licensed 70 biological exports to Iraq between 1985 and 1989, including at least 21 batches of lethal strains of anthrax. Corporations involved included Phillips Petroleum, Unilever, Alcolac, Allied Signal, the American Type Culture Collection, and Teledyne. (See my 2002 article, Bush Senior: Hating Saddam, Selling Him Weapons for more detail.)
The British IPPR commission is simply providing a pretext for intervention in Africa and elsewhere by the globalists, using the scary specter of biological terrorism to make such intervention palatable to the public. In 2002 and early 2003, the American neocons launched a similar campaign to demonize Saddam Hussein. It resulted in the invasion of that country, enfeebled by more than a decade of medieval sanctions, and ultimately resulted in the murder of more than two million Iraqis.