Recent U.S. snowstorms found to contain elements of entomological warfare being conducted on American populace
The U.S. is now a designated military testing ground for real-time biological and entomological warfare applications using Americans as test subjects under public law 105-85
By Shepard Ambellas
March 3, 2014
“Entomological warfare (EW) is a type of biological warfare that uses insects to attack the enemy. The concept has existed for centuries and research and development have continued into the modern era. EW has been used in battle by Japan and several other nations have developed and been accused of using an entomological warfare program.” – Wikipedia.
(INTELLIHUB) — The bottom line is that we will stop at nothing to bring you prudent, factual, thought-provoking news and opinion from some of the most interesting sources in the world. So needless to say, we will not stop reporting on the “fake snow” or “polymer snow” that has been found in several U.S. cities, including Atlanta, which was mocked by some including “truther” Mark Dice, who wrote it off as a joke early on.
However, after researching nearly one-hundred accounts or claims of this “fake snow” that seemly won’t melt, burning oddly under flame, smelling like plastic– it’s of my opinion that there is something else to this issue and that we are not being told the real truth about the recent cold spells.
So far what we do know is that strange polymer fibers have been found in the snow in several states. We know that snow recently found in several parts of the eastern U.S. smells like burnt plastic when melted under a flame or in a pan (using no butane).