Anthrax Attack Cover Up Complete
Just after the 911 attack, letters containing anthrax were mailed to several news media offices and two Democrat Senators. Five people were killed and 17 infected. Someone had Anthrax available and ready to mail out immediately after the WTC attack. The official story from our government (as of right now) is that a lone scientist on the spur of the moment decided to start sending out Anthrax so he could test his vaccine.
The Anthrax attack was designed to stir up terrorism fears. Anthrax came from a US lab. Did the CIA do it?
A recent news article reports “Seven years after anthrax-laced letters terrorized an already frightened nation, a new suspect suddenly emerged in the public eye this week. But he was gone just as quickly, committing suicide before he could be charged with murder and adding another dramatic twist to the bizarre episode. The government’s working theory — that brilliant but troubled Army scientist Bruce E. Ivins released the anthrax to test his cure for the toxin — answers some of the questions, perhaps, but many details remain unclear. ‘I think the FBI owes us a complete accounting of their investigation and ought to be able to tell us at some point, how we’re going to bring this to closure,’ said former Senate Democratic leader Tom Daschle of South Dakota, whose office received a letter containing the deadly white powder in 2001. ‘It’s been seven years, there’s a lot of unanswered questions and I think the American people deserve to know more than they do today.’ Ivins’ unexpected emergence as the top — and perhaps only — suspect in the anthrax attacks follows on the heels of the government’s exoneration of another Army scientist in the case. Last month, the Justice Department cleared Ivins’ colleague, Steven Hatfill, who had been wrongly suspected in the case, and paid him $5.8 million.”
The recent “suicide” death of a government scientist, Bruce E. Ivins, has been heralded as “proof” that he was involved in the Anthrax mailings in 2001. He is also being portrayed as a lone mad scientist, who sent out two types of Anthrax entirely on his own initiative. His death prevents any unpleasant lawsuit and embarrassing pay out, which happened with the last scientist they tried to pin this on. If you believe the Anthrax case has now been honestly explained by our government, I’ve got a bridge in Brooklyn I’d like to sell you. Whenever there’s an act of terrorism and the government cannot apprehend the culprit for years and years, it’s a good bet the government itself carried out that terrorism.
The Anthrax mailings were clearly intended to escalate the fear of terrorism in the wake of the 911 attack. This was all part of a deliberate, premeditated attempt to get Joe Sixpack to accept a transition to a police state America. There’s just one little problem: Weaponized Anthrax is not available to just anyone. Only a few labs in the world have access to this. And the much heralded Muslim terrorists did not have access to it.
Hundreds of billions of dollars in Defense spending each year depends on the “war on terror” as well as all sorts of un-Constitutional spying, which gives the government that much more control over us and an even greater ability to undermine any third-party movements that challenge the two-party system. It’s only a matter of time before the IRS starts getting information from warrantless wiretaps so they can maximize the amount of money plundered from American taxpayers. Governor Elliot Spitzer’s tryst with a prostitute was uncovered thanks to provisions of the Patriot Act by the way. Information gleaned from illegal government surveillance is already being used against American citizens, who have no connection to terrorism.
We may never know the true story about the Anthrax mailings. Curiously Anthrax was mailed to liberal politicians and newscasters with none being sent to Bush or Cheney. This strongly suggests the neocons or Israelis may have played a role. Most likely the Anthrax episode was a covert operation by the CIA or Mossad. Mr. Ivins could have been anything from a completely innocent scapegoat to a Mossad operative or he may even have been a whistle-blower who witnessed some suspicious CIA operatives getting access to Anthrax just before the mailings.
Mr. Ivins’ highly convenient death closes this case before a new Democrat administration is elected, which might have wanted to take a closer look into the Anthrax mailings. If the Anthrax mailings were not terrorist attacks by the government’s own admission, why should we believe the government’s explanation for the 911 attack, including such curious details as the collapse of the World Trade Center’s Builiding #7, which was never hit by an airplane?
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Pro-Zionist media outlet AP Says IVIN was “obsessed” with Sorority The government and/or Zionist media sure is getting desparate to paint this guy as a lone nutso, that they are revisiting “Revenge of the Nerds.” How many guys got rebuffed by stuck-up chicks back in collage? Like 10 million? And the mailbox that the letters were mailed from just happened to be — get this — less than 100 yards from the sorority! But it wasn’t a sorority house with girls living there — it was some minor office for the sorority organization! The guy drives 7 hours after work to send the letters close to some pissant office. Right.
Was he really the evil Anthrax Killer? Or a Zionist dupe? Something is definitely not right about this one, people.
“Over the past week the media was gripped by the news that the FBI was about to charge Bruce Ivins, a leading anthrax expert, as the man responsible for the anthrax letter attacks in September/October 2001.
But despite the seemingly powerful narrative that Ivins committed suicide because investigators were closing in, this is still far from a shut case. The FBI needs to explain why it zeroed in on Ivins, how he could have made the anthrax mailed to lawmakers and the media, and how he (or anyone else) could have pulled off the attacks, acting alone.
I believe this is another mistake in the investigation.”
“‘I really don’t think he’s the guy. I say to the FBI, “Show me your evidence,”‘ said Jeffrey J. Adamovicz, former director of the bacteriology division at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases, or USAMRIID, on the grounds of the sprawling Army fort in Frederick. ‘A lot of the tactics they used were designed to isolate him from his support. The FBI just continued to push his buttons.'”
“Another one of his co-workers, Richard O. Spertzel, pointed out that “USAMRIID doesn’t deal with powdered anthrax. I don’t think there’s anyone there who would have the foggiest idea how to do it. You would need to have the opportunity, the capability, and the motivation, and he didn’t possess any of those.” The Patsey by Justin Raimondo
Read this comment left at a blog site:
“I have been a close friend of Dr. Bruce Ivins for years. The FBI needed a scapegoat, especially after Stephen Hatfill, whose foot the FBI ran over, won a $5.2 M lawsuit against them.
The new FBI director needed a capture in this case. So, they took all of the Ft. Detrick anthrax researchers and put them under intense interrogation.
Bruce was a mild, meek and sensitive scientist. The FBI showed his clinically depressed daughter, who was institutionalized in a mental hospital, photos of the anthrax victims, and said “your father did this.” They offered his son $2.5 M and a sportscar if he would “rat” on his father.
Bruce could not stand stand up to the constant harrasment by the FBI. So we have lost a very talented researcher, so that the FBI can close the case…”
Posted by: Dr. Gerry Higgins HERE
And read this curious August 24, 2006 Letter to the Editor in his hometown newspaper (if it’s from the real Ivins):
Rabbi Morris Kosman is entirely correct in summarily rejecting the demands of the Frederick Imam for a “dialogue.”
By blood and faith, Jews are God’s chosen, and have no need for “dialogue” with any gentile. End of “dialogue.”