Everybody's heard of the "gay bomb"... I always thought it was an apocryphal tale of the Reagan Era. Alas, a document FOIA'd from Wright-Patterson Air-Force Base by the Sunshine Project has it written in plain language:
"chemicals that effect human
behavior... one distateful but nonlethal example would be strong
aphrodisiacs, especially if the chemical also caused homosexual
The same document also provides details on the development of disease-based bioweapons that sound a lot like Morgellons disease. What is particularly striking is stated timeframe of the contract 1995-2000. In my opinion, this coincides with the timeline of the rise of Morgellons:
- 1995 - Approximate date that NPA started recording cases of “an
increasing number of individuals reporting lice or scabies but
describing symptoms inconsistent with either of these parasites.”
- 1998, Dec - Oldest archived version of the NUSPA web site.
- 1999, Feb -Postings on parasite mailing list mention parasites that look like “lint” and “hairs”. (Posts byJules and Curtis W. King.)
- 1999, Oct - Posting on “Elliot’s Disease“, mentions involvement with the NPA.
- 2000, Feb - NPA has a “Reporting Registry” for Elliot’s Disease (or: “undetermined pathogens which may mimic lice and scabies“)
- 2001, Summer, Mary Leitao finds fibers on her son’s skin. She finds a “Scabies Forum” on the internet where people are discussing finding fibers.
- 2001, Nov - Neuro-cutaneous Syndrome (NCS): A New Disorder, published by Omar M. Amin in Discover Magazine.
- 2002, March - Morgellons.com and Morgellons.org domain names registered.
- 2002, July - Posting by Mary Leitao on medhelp.org mentions morgellons.org
- 2003, Jun - The Morgellons Foundation, first recorded web site on archive.org.
What is also interesting is around this same time-frame, searching bulletin-boards where medical professionals "talk shop"... there is a noticeable rise in dermatologists going "what's with the sudden increase in delusional parasitosis cases??" They'd note that in previous years, they'd seen at most one or two cases PER YEAR. Now they were seeing one or two cases PER MONTH. This began around 1995-1996. For a disease that is officially supposed to be "very rare" it is odd that there are no meta-analyses of the unexpected rapid rise in DOP cases.
The FOIA'd document details the kind of bioweapons being produced by the USAF, despite the fact that such weapons are banned by the Geneva Conventions:
"Chemicals that can be sprayed onto enemy positions or onto infiltration routes used by enemy forces. Three classes of chemical weapon are proposed:
Category #1: Chemicals that attract annoying creatures to the enemy position and make the creatures aggressive and annoying. Stinging and biting bugs, rodents, and larger animals would be candidates to be drawn to the enemy positions."
Most morgellons patients notice a significantly increased attraction by biting insects, in addition to already having skin that is on "hair trigger" for crawling sensations. If one were to find an insect on you, one remains more vigilant for others for a while... it's probably a natural neurological response. Morgellons patients rarely get to exit that state, except after IMHO appropriate antibiotic/antifungal/antiparasitic treatment as suggested in the latest serious peer-reviewed paper on morgellons, from a non-quack-psychiatry-based viewpoint (aka not "dr" John Koo's psychodermatology).
"Category #2: Chemicals that make lasting but nonlethal markings on the personnel.
(a) Those that were exposed to the chemicals during travel on infiltration routes or from being sprayed while in the enemy camp could be easily identified (by smell or appearance) weeks later, making it impossible for them to blend with the local population. The chemical marking should also be annoying to the exposed individuals and to those around him/her. Spray equipment could be used as part of a perimeter defense system (if decontamination for friendly forces is available).
(b) A variation on the theme would be that we would have the counteracting treatment, and affected personnel would have to come to us for the treatment. This version would be especially suitable for use against mixtures of enemy forces and non-combatants. Civilians would come to us for treatment, and the enemy forces that did not seek treatment could be identified.
(c) A more subtle version would be some lasting chemical marker that was not obvious to humans, but would be obvious to trained dogs or special detecting equipment. These chemicals could be sprayed on infiltration routes. Marked individuals would not know they were marked, and would not know how the dogs/equipment identified them."
Such "markings" and feelings "annoying to the exposed individuals" look like this picture from EMSResponder.com article on Morgellons. The caption reads "AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli ROSEVILLE CA USA-Verna Gallagher, who claims to be suffering from a rare
infliction called, Morgellons, points to a sore on her skin that she
believes the bugs of the condition emerged from, at her Roseville,
Calif., home, Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2006. Like others with the condition,
Gallagher, 48, said she has a crawling sensation on her skin, that is
caused by bugs that emerge from the skin but do not act like they are."
"Category #3: Chemicals That effect (sic) human behavior so that discipline and morale in enemy units is adversely effected (sic). One distasteful but completely non-lethal example would be strong aphrodisiacs, especially if the chemical also caused homosexual behavior. Another example would be a chemical that made personnel very sensitive to sunlight."
Two major epicenters of this disease are Los Angeles and San Francisco -- with the latter being one of the "red zones" from morgellons.org data, and also a major center of "homosexual behavior" and equally liberal/tine heterosexual behavior as well. There might even be an early stage of this disease which foments an aphrodesiac phase to those parasitized, for the purpose of spreading the infection. Once the tertiary (like syphillis) stage with lesions starts, it is less likely to spread by sexual contact because the sufferer ends up looking like the photos below. Lyme is already known to effect hormone levels and cause behavioral changes, so it is entirely possible that those mental effects attributed to Morgellons are strictly an aspect of the Lyme "coinfection" that appears to be present in many (if properly tested) Morgellons cases. The Mayo Clinic lists the following incapacitating (non cutaneous/appearance) aspects of this disease:
- Crawling sensations on and under the skin, often compared to insects moving, stinging or biting
- Joint and muscle pain
- Fatigue significant enough to interfere with daily activity
- Inability to concentrate and difficulty with short-term memory
- Behavioral changes
Finally, a timeline is offered in the WPAFB bioweapons contract:. Note that "field tests" of the bioweapon end Sept. 98, and the first NUSPA site appears December '98:
Project Plan: (Assume start date 1 Oct 94)
a. Step 1: select/assign DOD organizations with expertise to run/participate in the development programs. Participating organizations should provide knowledge about medicine, chemical manufacturing, and weapons applications/use. Completion Feb 95.
b. Step 2: select types/categories of chemicals to be developed (Completion 1 May 95) Then, have various companies develop chemicals and conduct laboratory tests. Complete 1 Dec 97.
d.(sic) Step 3: Conduct field tests in different climates/conditions with chemicals known to have acceptable toxicity to determine effectiveness and best application techniques/procedures. Completion 1 Sep 98.
e. Step 4: Produce effective and safe chemicals in large quantities and conduct operational evaluations, so perhaps include selected use during actual hostilities.
Complete 1 Sep 00
Now the question is ... what constitutes "hostilities?" Does the "war on drugs" count as a "hostility"? Because, apparently, the fusarium-based defoliant they've been spraying on drug crops appears to be affecting humans too! -- http://www.narconews.com/~myco/Mycoherbicide.info/
And true to the FOIA'd document, humans exposed to these bioweapons "anywhere along the infiltration route" would create "lasting markings (smell or appearance) on exposed personnel. The obvious markings should also be annoying to exposed and adjacent personnel, and difficult or impossible to remove."
What do those "lasting markings" that are annoying and impossible to remove look like? They look like Amy Winehouse who appears to have Morgellons
Looks like the "marking" spread to her husband... which is possible since the Lyme component of Morgellons is potentially sexually transmissible, as it has several million years of parasitic evolution beyond the sexually-transmissible spirochete it is derived from, syphillis. The latest Stricker/Savely paper states "Whether [Morgellons] disease is transmissible by human contact remains unclear, but preliminary evidence suggest that it is not. Although most sufferers are fearful of infecting family members, the rare instances where all family members are affected appear to have a common exposure to an inciting agent."
But of course the tabloids are blaming her appearance on drug-abuse . That is a completely bogus argument... We've seen tons of major drug abusers in the 60's and 70's -- rock stars and Hollywood types -- and none of them looked anything like dermatologists are claiming as "drug induced formication" "drug induced delusional parasitosis" "coke mites" etc. The reality is that the DEA is putting up pictures of people with Morgellons as prototypical "this is how drug users look" but the reality is that the "look" has nothing to do with drug abuse, and everything to do with bioweapons designed to kill drug crops and "mark" drug users. So now drug users look like this: http://www.drugfree.org/Portal/DrugIssue/MethResources/faces/photo_8.html whereas in the past they looked like this: http://ratorecordsblog.blogspot.com/2007/08/csny-dj-vu-more.html
Same drugs... what changed? What changed is the War on Drugs and these "marking" bioweapons as outlined in the WPAFB documents FOIA'd above. The Mother Jones article "Drug Control or Biowarfare?" may well be the smoking gun of Morgellons where crop-control fusarium is shown to be infecting humans, farm animals, and effecting crops other than the target. The fusarium link with Morgellons is strong. The odd "silentsuperbug" site claims Morgellons is a genetically modified fusarium crossed with a cyanobacteria...
Unfortunately, with the significant rise in Morgellons cases, and the fact that babies and young children, who are clearly not drug abusers,
nor suffering from "delusional parasitosis" are getting this disease. It is clear that the infection has "escaped containment" and is no longer just afflicting drug users taking bioweapon-tainted drugs and spread to "mark" their immediate family and friends for further discrimination.
The issue is that people suffering from this emerging epidemic are not taken seriously and called "delusional" -- they are immediately discriminated-against by the medical profession, the workplace and peers as "looking like a drug user." But they're a law-abiding citizen infected by the US's illegal (against Geneva Conventions) and immoral use of Bioweapons against it's own citizens. The public health costs of these bioweapons spreading suffering and death worldwide indicates that the war on drugs is truly an evil construct, causing far more suffering and societal damage than drug abuse could ever cause, both in terms of disease, lost productivity, broken families, and the USA's ranking as the country with the highest incarceration rate in the world.
The sunshine-project that FOIA'd the WPAFB document has the following observations on the US's use of bioweapons to fight the "war on drugs." -- http://www.sunshine-project.org/publications/bk/bk14.html
Apparently, although it's ok for the US to poison crops in Colombia and Peru, Florida balked at being the target of these bioweapons because it is so colossally stupid to use them:
Posted by Niels P. Mayer in Medicine at 20080322 Comments
As the head of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection pointed out: "Fusarium
species are capable of evolving rapidly. Mutagenicity is by far the
most disturbing factor in attempting to use a Fusarium species as a
bioherbicide. It is difficult, if not impossible to control the spread
of Fusarium species. The mutated fungi can cause disease in large
number of crops, including tomatoes, peppers, flowers, corn and vines
and are normally considered a threat to farmers as a pest, rather than
as a pesticide. (…) Fusarium species are more active in warm soils and
can stay resident in the soil for years. Their longevity and enhanced
activity under Florida conditions are of concern, as this could lead to
an increased risk of mutagenicity.
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