Homeland Security to Release Chemicals into the Air to Simulate a Biological Terror Attack

Tuesday, November 14, 2017
By Paul Martin

A planned simulation of a chemical and biological attack has people questioning the impact of the drill on human and environmental health.

By Jay Syrmopoulos
TheFreeThoughtProject.com
November 14, 2017

Newkirk, OK – The Department of Homeland Security plans to conduct chemical and biological testing near the border between Kansas and Oklahoma in January and February, and again in June and July, to determine how much protection people would receive from being inside a house or an apartment in the event of a biological terrorist attack, according to a statement on the Homeland Security website.

The DHS press release notes:

The study is part of the Department’s ongoing commitment to preparedness and the shared responsibility of protecting the nation’s critical infrastructure. The purpose of this study is to gather data that enhances our predictive capabilities in the event of a biological agent attack. Specifically, this work will help in predicting the extent to which an intentional release of a biological agent may penetrate single family and multi-family structures. These tests will release inert chemicals and biological materials that will be used to measure the amount of material that penetrates the buildings under varied conditions.

The environmental assessment of the proposed “low level outdoor release” of inert chemical and biological simulant materials states that low concentrations of particles will be released at two buildings on the now-abandoned Chilocco campus.

According to a report by the Wichita Eagle:

For the particle test, the federal government plans to release titanium dioxide, which it describes as a “white odorless powder that is chemically insoluble in water, nonreactive, nonflammable, and nonhazardous.” It also plans to release urea powder mixed with a CL Fluorescent Brightener.

For the biological portion of the test, it plans to release genetic barcoded spores of a biological insecticide known as native Btk, which is sold under the trade name of Dipel. Dipel is not considered a hazard by the Environmental Protection Agency when handled appropriately, according to the assessment.

Of course, the EPA has been caught colluding with major agro-chemical companies and lying to Congress—so they shouldn’t likely be taken at their word.

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One Response to “Homeland Security to Release Chemicals into the Air to Simulate a Biological Terror Attack”

  1. D

    More govt bullshit. Stand up and fight against it Kansas and Oklahoma! or be poisoned!!

    #3443373

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