(Truthstream Media) Here’s a conspiracy theory for you…
All over the news today we’re being told the white powder found in the offices of several Quebec federal cabinet ministers was just a harmless scare. Offices were evacuated and people were sent to the hospital yesterday after four suspicious envelopes which contained white powder and an intimidating message written in French that threatened the Conservatives turned up in key offices.
But this is just the latest in a string of recent anthrax scares cropping up all over North America, albeit in the U.S. mainly in local news outlets.
Also yesterday, the Lander Post Office in Wyoming was shut down after a suspicious package from China was found intact but covered in a mysterious white powder. The building was immediately locked down with all the workers inside while the fire department and the State of Wyoming’s Region 5 Emergency Response Unit were called in to investigate. Two HazMat suited team members entered the building and determined the substance “was not biologic, toxic or explosive.” Post offices in Denver and D.C., where the package had been previously processed, were also in contact.
Back on February 18th, the police had to call in HazMat crews to a Los Angeles courthouse after a judge received a letter with a “white, dandruff-like powder” on the surface. Further investigation determined the substance was boric acid which can be dangerous if swallowed but is definitely not anthrax.
On February 13th, an envelope filled with white powder labeled “anthrax” turned up at a Linwood US Bank facility. Special Operations for Cincinnati Fire determined the powder was harmless, but note contained inside saying “You’re going to die,” gave employees pause long enough that they better check it out.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol was called in on February 5, 2015 to the state capitol after a powdery substance was hand delivered in a lot of 100 letters in support of gay rights someone brought in earlier in the day. The bomb squad determined there was no white powder after one of the lawmakers called his letter in. The capitol was locked down with everyone inside and the air conditioning system was shutdown for an hour until they could determine safety.
Part of the Justice A.A. Birch Building in downtown Nashville was evacuated the day before that after suspicious white power was found on the second floor resulting in fire department and HazMat crews showing up on scene.
Government buildings, post offices, banks… and that’s just going back to February. Are people just suddenly that jumpy about anthrax or is a larger plan at work here with all these false alarms?
It wasn’t so long ago that President Obama’s so-called “ethics panel” determined that it would be okay to test anthrax vaccines on babies. New vaccines and drug treatments in this area came out of the 9/11 attacks.
If you’ll recall, a series of anthrax attacks hit just a week after 9/11 which the FBI later dubbed “Amerithrax” — a case which initially like everything 9/11 was blamed on Iraq, with little evidence. Later in 2008, the government tried to put the sole blame on a guy named Bruce Edwards Ivins, a senior biodefense researcher at the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Disease in Fort Detrick, Maryland who helped develop the first anthrax vaccine during the first Gulf War, again without any evidence of his direct involvement. That same year he reportedly committed suicide by an overdose an overdose of Tylenol with codeine, supposedly from guilt over his anthrax crimes.
However, in 2011 a National Academy of Sciences later cast doubt on the government’s official story and info about the case is still under seal. The widow of one the anthrax attack victims successfully settled a lawsuit with the U.S. government for $2.5 million (although the government never actually admitted any liability).
Either way, Amerithrax spurned huge budget increases for our nation’s biological warfare research and preparedness. In July 2004, George W. Bush signed the Project Bioshield Act, which authorized “$5.6 billion over 10 years for the government to purchase and stockpile vaccines and drugs to fight anthrax, smallpox and other potential agents of bioterror.” Those funds are dispersed to eleven different government agencies who want to legitimize their existence and definitely don’t want to miss out on their piece of the multi-million-dollar pie.
Is it a coincidence that just a few weeks prior to the president signing that act in June 2004, the CDC “accidentally” sent a batch of live anthrax to a children’s hospital in California? (Oops.)
Check out the October 2002 cover of the CDC’s journal Emerging Infectious Diseases featuring a Norman Rockwell painting with the tagline “Bioterrorism-related anthrax” and a CDC logo slapped on it, provided for government use courtesy of the Curtis Publishing Company, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
Skip ahead to March 2013. At the same time the ethics panel announced that its okay to test anthrax vaccines on everyone including infants, surprise surprise, a push came for the renewal of the Bioshield Act which congress dutifully reauthorized that same month in Section 401 of the Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness Reauthorization Act of 2013.
On a side note just by the way, under Project Bioshield the U.S. government has amassed 36,102 doses of the anthrax vaccine Raxibacumab and some 28.75 million doses of the Biothrax vaccine. Remember the outrage over that story out of Germany in 2009 when the government ordered a limited supply of one “clean” swine flu vaccine for government officials and military members and a dirty one with more dangerous ingredients for mass vaccination of the German public at large? Well Germany isn’t the only nation that apparently does that. Consider the fact that those 28.75 million doses of Biothrax contain ingredients like an aluminum adjuvant with benzethonium chloride and formaldehyde as preservatives, while the 36,102 doses of Raxibacumab contain none of those things.
Currently thanks to measles fearmongering, we have states all over the nation calling to take away people’s rights to object to vaccination. Public debate on mass mandatory vaccination is widespread. Petitions are being signed by hundreds of thousands of Americans asking the government to uphold medical freedom and not to create laws forcing people to vaccinate themselves and their children.
And, right on time as per the usual, new anthrax scares are popping up in the news all over the place with increased frequency. But it’s not like anthrax is as common as the common cold that we should even need to hand out anthrax vaccines to the populace at large (especially not infants)… and yet, there’s a whole set up to justify it should they choose to do so.
Why? Because of the other obvious reason and more likely candidate — big government budgets have to be justified. Just ask the FBI about the fact that nearly all terror plots in this country originate with them. This government never lets a crisis go to waste, not once, not ever.
Now, when the created ISIS scaremongering is at its maximum, now we have all these well-timed anthrax scares coming over and over just like the pattern of dead bankers… Remember, ISIS supposedly threatened us all with Ebola not too long ago, and just last year, the CDC claimed that 86 scientists were potentially exposed to anthrax because their high-level biosecurity lab which is supposed to be top of the line, best that taxpayer money can buy failed after the agency again screwed up and sent live anthrax samples out, this time to three other labs across the country prompting a USDA investigation. Great. So glad these people are in charge of tinkering around with level four germs, aren’t you?
Ivins was blamed for the original anthrax vaccine failures too, with Brian Williams of all people telling us the 9/11 anthrax scare was all just a ploy to cover up the links between the anthrax vaccine Ivins helped create and Gulf War Syndrome, and the 9/11 anthrax attacks were perpetrated to renew interest in new vaccines. Since dead men tell no tales and Williams obviously tells tall ones, we’ll never know, but does it make sense to you that a prominent biowarfare scientist with a brain full of pharmaceutical knowledge would choose, of all things, Vicodin as a means of suicide over a case the government had zero evidence on?
The question has to be asked: is this all a bunch of nothing or will this particular pattern be called upon when the time is right to justify a bigger biowarfare budget or an even bigger vaccination agenda?
It could go either way and usually goes multiple ways… Just don’t be surprised as more anthrax scares continue popping up everywhere all over the country in the weeks and months to come.