THE COMING BIOLOGICAL WARFARE ATTACK IN AMERICA
By Paul McGuire
February 29, 2012
In recent years there have been many movies that have dealt with subject of biological warfare, plagues and pandemics. Movies like Contagion, 28 Days Later, I Am Legend, Outbreak and Twelve Monkeys show the horrifying results of biological warfare. Recent attempts to censor details of controversial influenza experiments that created a highly infectious form of bird-flu virus are unlikely to stop the information from leaking out, according to scientists familiar with the research.
The Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention even launched a campaign on their blog, to educate the public about the extreme dangers of a pandemic entitled, “Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse.” The blog post, written by Assistant Surgeon General Ali Khan, instructs readers how to prepare for “flesh-eating zombies” much like how they appeared in feature films like 28 Days Later and I Am Legend.”
The reality of biological or chemical warfare is deadly serious. Chip Beck, a retired Navy commander and former CIA station chief, stated in an editorial, Americans Don’t Have A Clue, in the August 27, 1998 edition of the Los Angeles Times, wrote that, “the public needs to be prepared for what may be a long and bloody battle when the bombers strike back.” Beck was referring to a terroristic attack against the United States. The possibility of World War III and a conflict in the Middle East escalates the possibility of a biological attack. The reality of Iranian and terrorist sleeper cells operating in the U.S. is a reality that must be considered. Beck writes:
“Imagine downtown Los Angeles, New York, or Washington, where 100,000 inhabitants from garbage collectors to CEO’s, in kindergarten classes to nursing homes, suddenly without warning begin drowning in their bodily fluids or suffocating on swollen tongues as mucous pours out from every orifice…people convulsing so violently that internal organs are displaced and then shut down in terrifying manifestations of agony.”