FLASHBACK - Biological Warfare Agent Dengue Hits Epidemic Levels In South America | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

FLASHBACK - Biological Warfare Agent Dengue Hits Epidemic Levels In South America

Senior American journalist William Blum has reported: “In 1956 and 1958, declassified documents have revealed that the US army loosed swarms of specially bred mosquitoes in Georgia and Florida to see whether disease carrying insects could be weapons in a biological war. The mosquitoes bred for the tests were of Aedes Aegypti type, the precise carrier of dengue fever as well as other diseases. In 1967, it was reported by Science magazine that at the US Government Centre in Fort Detrick, Maryland, dengue fever was amongst those diseases that are at least the object of considerable research and that appear to be among those regarded as potential biological warfare agents.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Did someone goof up a biowar test on the Big Island? They do a lot of military testing in Hawaii. There are still some areas on the Big Island which are blocked off because they are still contaminated from 1960s Agent Orange testing!

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