Censored Gulf dispersant news: Aerial spraying act of war Pt I

July 9, 10:19 PM -- Human Rights Examiner







Photo: Dispersion of Chlorine in World War I

To paraphrase Senator William Proxmire – ‘If a foreign government crop dusted our children and our cities with powerful, secret, untested, unwanted pesticides – we would consider it an act of war.’ ~ David Dilworth, Nov 2007, HOPE Executive Director

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) refuses to halt aerial spraying humans with the poisonous pesticide banned in other countries, Corexit. Divine or international intervention is needed for Congressman Jerrold Nadler’s stop the spray bill to pass since EPA is in bed with chemical companies and DoD that has been secretly testing aerial spray weapons on Americans and other nationals for decades to depopulate, an act of war.

The Convention on prohibition of the development, production, stockpiling and use of chemical weapons and on their destruction, of 13 January 1993 (Chemical Weapons Convention - CWC) entered into force on 29 April 1997.

"This landmark Convention complements and reinforces the 1925 Geneva Protocol prohibiting chemical and biological weapons by also banning development, production and stockpiling of chemical weapons — as well as their use — and requiring the destruction of existing stockpiles. The 1925 Geneva Protocol was adopted following a dramatic appeal against chemical warfare by the ICRC at the end of the First World War." (1)

Chemical warfare (CW) involves using the toxic properties of chemical substances as weapons. In chemical warfare terms, "dispersion" is placing the chemical agent upon or adjacent to a target immediately before dissemination, so that the material is most efficiently used. Dispersion is the simplest technique of delivering an agent to its target. (2)

War in the name of "research"

First round of the Gulf Corexit pesticide government "research" found the sprayed poisons “aren't overly damaging to shrimp and small fish, but more tests are needed to determine what happens when they're mixed with oil,”
as reported in McClatchy Newspaper, published in Truthout. (3)

"Paul Anastas, the EPA's assistant administrator for research and development, said the agency wasn't ready to decide whether BP should stop using the dispersant Corexit 9500 to break up the oil and switch to another one. 'We have more testing to do,' he said," reported Renee Schoof for McClatchy. (Emphasis added)

Historically, secret non-consensual human “research” is conducted under guise of some misleading named cause to obtain consent from test subjects or to validate using humans unwittingly as test subjects. It is conducted for political gain, often with no test subject consent. The present Gulf research is conducted under auspice of a “chemical dispersant” to break up the Gulf of Mexico oil mega-disaster.

There is no scientific evidence that this pesticide, Corexit, can clean water or prevent human or other life form harm from the gushing oil and accompanying toxins, as Congressman Nadler explained to Congress. (4) The aerial spraying chemical warfare on Americans continues with little to no resistance or aid from allies.

Calling it research or "tests" helps hide the reality and somehow makes it legal. According to the EPA, “tests on eight chemical dispersants found that they don't damage the body's glands and hormones in ways that can harm development or reproductive, immune and neurological systems” and “BP had reduced the amount of chemical dispersants it was using by almost as much as the government ordered it to do in May.” (5)

As far back as 1925, the U.S. has been a world leader in research, development and application of poisonous gas as a weapon to further political agendas in "the hope of reducing the barbarity of modern warfare." (6) No bullets. No blood. No putrid odor in the case of the pesticide Corexit

Aerial spraying is a primary Department of Defense (DoD) chemical and biological weapon of war tactic to achieve its stated goal,
Full Spectrum Dominance by 2020. (7)

This political agenda is not a humanitarian one.  No DoD agenda is.

Secret chemical experimentation for eugenics

Chemical testing on any human is morally unconscionable. Chemical testing on any human that offers no potential therapeutic benefit to test subjects is at best, scientifically dubious.  Disregarding concerns such as these, however, testing dangerous and even lethal chemicals on humans has escalated in recent years with unprecedented magnitude and funds.

Soft-kill poison aerial spray “chemtrails,” are among the U.S. “exotic” weapons  of mass destruction arsenal, as Congressman Dennis Kucinich illuminated in his resolution HR 2977 to prevent further exploration and use of these weapons. Kucinich stated that escalation of Chemtrail spraying over the U.S. is one example of domestic or state-sponsored terrorism. He was coerced to remove "chemtrail" from his resolution.

Nazi ‘doctors’ and scientists’ experimental atrocities, such as exposing humans to poisonous chemicals and germs, shocked the world at the time.  Most people today are aware of those atrocities resultant of German eugenic policies. (8) The public is less aware of the strong German-American connection and America’s leadership of that German eugenics policy.  America’s wealthiest and most influential leaders, including oil tycoon, John D. Rockefeller Sr., railroad tycoon, James J. Hill and steel tycoon, Andrew Carnegie, are among American eugenics leaders. (9)

Only some of the many Nazi doctors and scientists responsible for eugenic crimes were held accountable during the Nuremberg Trials, only some found guilty of crimes against humanity.  Many escaped to the U.S.

The U.S. government brought over 12,000 of those non-convicted, key Nazi scientists and doctors, to the U.S. in Operation Paperclip. These Nazis merged with US intelligence to form the Central Intelligence Agency, the CIA. The CIA’s latest huge non-consensual human experimentation involving kidnapping and torturing “detainee” subjects follows a long history of the agency’s leadership in such experimentation, such as through DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency that commissions “advanced research” for DoD.

Since Paperclip and subsequent decades of secretly testing aerial chemical spraying humans, for over a year now, the Pentagon has been prepared to secretly fight and ‘win’ a ‘biological war’ in its determination for Full Spectrum Dominance under pretext of fighting terrorism, a terrorist being anyone, anywhere who exposes or attempts to expose truth about high-level corruption and psychopathy.  In 2002, a preparation and strategy directive for winning a “biological war” was adopted, without public knowledge and review according to Francis Boyle, the international legal expert at University of Illinois who drafted the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989 enacted by Congress. (10)

All weapons of war require research and development on humans, permissible in the U.S. although in violation of international law. The U.S. government has been and is responsible for secret chemical and biological research not only on detainees in overseas hell-holes, but on its own citizenry, in their homes and communities in the land of the free.

Hundreds of thousands of Americans in various geographical areas have been nothing more than human guinea pigs for testing the worst weapons of mass destruction, including biochemical weapons.  Since WWII, entire American cities have been secretly aerial sprayed with injurious bio-chemical agents, in the name of “research.”  It is naïve to think this practice has not existed and more so to think it has halted, especially with present gassing of Americans in the Gulf of Mexico region.  

Historically, American individuals targeted as subjects for testing weapons have been most typically among one of two broad categories: the vulnerable and the dissenters. This practice steadily escalated, particularly since the false flag 911, 2001 mass murder in New York City, as hundreds if not thousands of Americans would testify if given that opportunity.

Despite former Senator John Glenn’s and other congressional attempts to halt this ongoing human rights violation of human research, U.S. presidential veto has allowed this to continue.  United States' CIA, Pentagon, Health Department, Universities and others’ history of secretly researching aerial spraying effects on non-consenting American citizens and citizens of other nations is greater cause for concern today than ever.

Within the U.S., there is no effective human or environmental protection agency or program against this atrocity. The beat goes on.

No perpetrator stops on his or her own.  There is no reasoning with extremists. The system, people in government, and others responsible for human tragedies will not expose these matters that would prove their own felonious involvement with crimes detailed above, or their cowardly failure to act on known misconduct in government.

Still suffering in Hurricane Katrina's inhumane aftermath due to oil giants and high-level government corruption, the U.S. military was brazenly determined to conduct open-air germ tests on the people of South Louisiana, despite public outcry. 

In response to that assault, Captain Joyce Riley stood before Louisiana government officials and told them the only acts of terrorism ever conducted on American soil have been perpetrated by our own government.

Photo: Wikipedia


1. International Committee of the Red Cross, Chemical weapons and international humanitarian law

2. Wikipedia, Chemical Weapons

3. Schoof, Renee, EPA says more testing needed to know dispersants impacts, McClatchy Newspaper, posted by Truthout,  https://www.truthout.org/epa-says-more-    testing-needed-know-dispersants-impacts60972

4. Dupre, D.,
Censored Gulf news: Death by dispersant, Nadler bill to stop slow-kill, Examiner, July 8, 2010.

5. Schoof, R.

6. Martin, R. “Depopulation of a Planet, Thinning Out The 'Useless Eaters' - An Unspoken NWO Agenda” Reprinted February, 2001, p 27

7. Dupre, Gassed in the Gulf: Toward Full Spectrum Dominance, Examiner, June 15, 2010

8. Jalsevac, P. The Inherent Racism of Population Control, published by LifeSiteNews.com, A division of Interim Publishing, 2004, p. 25

Paul J., A History of the English People quoted in George Grant, Killer Angel, New York: Ars Press, 1995, p. 52 cited by Jalsevac, P. The Inherent Racism of  
    Population Control.

10. Ross, S. America’s Germ Warfare Capabilities developed in secret in US Corporate Labs, Posted in Conspiration, Science-Medical questions, USA, War, World by  
, May 3rd.

11. Glenn, J. United States Senator - See: www.sosbeevfbi.com/non-consensual.html

Deborah Dupré, with post-graduate science and education degrees from U.S. and Australian universities, has been a human and environmental rights advocate for over 25 years in the U.S., Vanuatu and Australia. Support her work by subscribing to her articles and forwarding the link of this article to others. For a more just and peaceful world, see Dupré's Vaccine Liberty or Death book plus her Compassion Film Project DVDs.

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Censored Gulf dispersant news: Act of war (Pt II) The art of chemical warfare

July 12th, 2010 1:09

EPA, DoD, PetroChem corporations: bed fellows to rid “pests”

Chemical warfare on Americans in the Gulf Coast region and beyond has been planned and researched by the EPA, DoD and petro-chemical companies for decades according to government documents, some cited within this report below.

It is tragically naive to think that the Gulf region aerial pesticide spraying will stop before the mission is complete. The major agency holding the key to halt the genocide, the agency portrayed as the government body protecting the public and environment, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), has been collaborating with chemical companies and the Department of Defense (DoD) for decades rather than protecting the public from their kill-off agenda. This collaboration increased during the Bush administration, its fruits finally overtly witnessed in Obama' Gulf operation.

"From environmentalists and wildlife specialists to fisherman and businessmen along the Gulf Coast the message is the same: BP is not only strangling the news of what is actually occurring in the Gulf of Mexico with the oil disaster but has co-opted key federal regulatory and oversight agencies to advance its agenda and that of its oil partners, including Halliburton, Anadarko, and Transocean," writes Wayne Madsen now in New Orleans.

BP, Coast Guard, NOAA, FAA, EPA are all engaged in one of the largest cover-ups in U.S. history,  as well-organized and well-prepared to apply as the very pesticides they spray on people of the Deep South.

During Bush’s first four years in office, the EPA entered fifty-seven corporate research and development agreements with individual corporations or industry associations, many of which were chemical corporations, compared to thirty-four such agreements in Clinton’s 2nd term.(1) The American Chemical Council is now EPA’s leading research partner. Furthermore, the EPA gains over 90% of its funding from petro-chemical companies, as documented in Josh Tickell’s FUEL film.

In April 2005, EPA’s Science Advisory Board warned that the agency was no longer funding credible public health research.

The Department of Health and Human Services has, nevertheless, set aside $10 million to 'study cleanup workers and gulf residents over time'(2) to research effects of the Gulf aerial spraying military operation, one of, if not the largest non-consensual human experiment to date. The EPA is involved in this research project.

In Louisiana hospitals, doctors and nurses are “manning” decontamination tents, no doubt monitoring - non-consensual human research, even if patients sign a consent form. What real choice do scared, hopeless people have under the circumstances?

Compounding this horror is EPA sharing its bed with the Department of Defense, working hand-in-hand for its federally funded research projects, including many related to “possible effects” of “pesticides.”

According to the 2005 government paper, The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Collaborate to Enhance on Site Detection and Identification of Pesticides and Nerve Agents and the Department of Defense: “The Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Pesticide Programs maintains the National Pesticide Standard Repository (NPSR), located at the Environmental Science Center (ESC), in Fort Meade, MD. Analytical standards of all pesticides registered for use in the United States must be sent to the NPSR.”(3)

In Chapter II of the document, Federal And Department Of Defense Guidance Of The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Collaborate To Enhance On Site Detection And Identification Of Pesticides And Nerve Agents, it is stated that the EPA regulates pesticide use within the U.S. under authority of two laws, the Federal Insecticide Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), and the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA).[575] FIFRA classifies pesticides as either restricted or general use.

Dod Pesticide 'Champions' says EPA

DoD Directive 4150.7 "Department of Defense Pest Management Program" provided policy for DoD pest management and control operations worldwide for all services. Furthermore, a U.S. Department of Defense article entitled “EPA Names DOD ‘Champion’ for Pestitcide Management” states:

"The Department of Defense (DoD) Armed Forces Pest Management Board (AFPMB) has been recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as a 'Champion' in their Pesticide Environmental Stewardship Program. EPA recognized AFPMB for its extraordinary level of commitment and outstanding efforts to reduce pesticide risks and protect human health and the environment.

"The AFPMB is one of more than 130 members of the program established in 1994 to reduce risks associated with pesticides. Dr. Janet Anderson, director of EPA's Biopesticides and Pollution Prevention Division, said that DoD, the only federal agency awarded Champion status in 2002, deserved the award for "pushing the envelope by setting ambitious goals and implementing strategies for reducing pesticide risk."

The overview in the document entitled, “Two Sample Spectra Comparing Pesticides With Chemical Agents” further highlights the depth of the DoD – EPA relationship. This states:

"The US EPA Office of Pesticides Programs (OPP) Analytical Chemistry Branch (ACB) and the U.S. Air Force collaborated to support Homeland Security by producing a library of infrared spectra that would be used with a portable Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) detector to compare and identify pesticides that might be used at a possible terrorist or Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) site.

This same document’s “TAB C-3 – Pesticide Guidance, Reference Information, and Research” Overview includes background information on federal and Department of Defense guidance in effect during the “Gulf War.’ It lists internet sites supplying referenced information about pesticides, and federally-funded research projects related to possible effects of pesticide use during the “Gulf War.”

Under “II. Federal And Department Of Defense Guidance” in this document it is stated, “The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulates pesticide use within the US under the authority of two laws — the Federal Insecticide Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), and the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA).[575] FIFRA classifies pesticides as either restricted or general use.”

Also important in understanding just how well established, deep-seated and global in nature the toxic aerial spraying research on humans program is DoD Directive 4150.7, "Department of Defense Pest Management Program.” This provides a policy for DoD pest management and control operations worldwide for all services. (Emphasis added) Modelled after EPA standards, DoD’s stated policy has been to "establish and maintain safe, efficient, and environmentally sound integrated pest management programs to prevent or control pests that may adversely affect health or damage structures, material, or property." (Emphasis added)

Several research projects have been investigating possible health effects of multiple chemicals, including pesticides. The Department of Veterans’ Affairs, working through the Research Working Group of the Persian Gulf Veterans Coordinating Board, have coordinated the projects. The Annual Report of this working group discloses one of its aims:

“Investigate innovative technologies for improving methods for real-time and cumulative monitoring of pesticide exposure, and identify useful biomarkers to assist in post-exposure assessments.[p. 587]

The document, DoD 4150.7-P, September 1996 on Page 12, states that the Secretary of Defense may submit to EPA for approval, a plan for certification of DoD employees as applicators of restricted use pesticides. Aerial spraying can be conducted without state certification.

In Chapter 2 on Page 13 of this paper, it is stated: "EPA, DoD employees certified in accordance with the plan may, without obtaining any additional State certification, use and supervise the use of restricted use pesticides while engaged in the performance of their official duties.” (Emphasis added)

This document provides “standards of competency required by the Department of Defense.” Category 11 is of interest, Aerial Application Pest Control:

"Individuals certified in this category must successfully complete the core and appropriate category(s). They must complete a training program and pass a written examination that covers the following areas: general principles, meteorological aspects, legal aspects, environmental aspects, DoD spray systems and aircraft, aerial spray math, aerial spray maps, contingency operations, spray system calibration, swath characterization, pesticides and pesticide safety, and aerial spray in the military." (7)

The petrochemical-military-industrial complex operation conducted today in the Gulf to "disperse" oil might be officially classified “experimentation." With years and millions of dollars spent on such research and pesticide application on humans, however, this operation’s health effects on the human population are better known than admitted.

Public response is denial, an initial sign of shock, when hearing that  its military, the EPA and chemical corporations have been preparing for chemical warfare on its people. Facts remain, however, that in blatant contempt of the Nuremberg Code, using both legal loopholes and “national security” as justification, secret programs involving non-consensual human experimentation of chemical weapons of mass destruction in the form of pesticide aerial spraying, have been and are conducted, even on our children, nothing more than "pests" to the Illuminati.

There is no end to death and destruction through aerial chemical spraying that the U.S. military and its bedmates, EPA and chemical companies. Madsen reports:

What is actually 'closed' at Fort Jackson is a major joint BP-Coast Guard Corexit operation. WMR has also been informed by a reputable source that BP has been engaged in night time spraying of a bleaching agent on Louisiana beaches to make it appear that the beaches are being cleaned up. The planes, which fly at night, disregard flight regulations by flying with their lights out. The operations have been approved by the Coast Guard and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)."

The deliberate aerial poisoning of Americans with a chemical weapon of mass destruction now obvious in the Gulf of Mexico and coastal region is not only an act of war on the American population. As the poisoned waters and air circumvent the planet, this operation is a national security risk to nations throughout the world.


1. Ruch, J. Chemical Industry is EPA’s Primary Research Partner, found in Project Censored, Top 25 Censored Stories of 2007.

2. Galvan, Kristin, Potential Health Effect of Oil Spill, My Fox Houston, 22 June, 2010

3. Cole, Theresa, Environmental Protection Specialist, The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Collaborate to Enhance on Site Detection and Identification of
    Pesticides and Nerve Agents and the Department of Defense
, US EPA/OPPTS/OPP/BEAD/ACL Chet Bryant, Captain USAF, DOD/US Air Force Dallas Wright, Jr.,
    Chemist, US EPA/OPPTS/OPP/BEAD/ACL, 2005

4. See: EPA Names DOD "Champion" for Pestitcide Management; Online: http://chppm-www.apgea.army.mil/ento/dodepamo.htm)

5. C2.2. LEGAL AUTHORITY, Section 171.7(h)(1) of 40 CFR (reference (c)); C2.2.1. DoD Authority. In accordance with FIFRA (reference (a)), 40 C.F.R. Part 171
    (reference (c)), and 42 FR 41907-41908 (reference (d))

6. Ibid. (See: C3.4.1.3. The conduct of field research that includes using or supervising the use of restricted use pesticides)

7. DoD 4150.7-P, September 1996, p. 35 (http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/corres/pdf/415007pp.pdf.)

Deborah Dupré, with post-graduate science and education degrees from U.S. and Australian universities, has been a human and environmental rights advocate for over 25 years in the U.S., Vanuatu and Australia. Support her work by subscribing to her articles and forwarding the link of this article to others. For a more just and peaceful world, see Dupré's Vaccine Liberty or Death book plus her Compassion Film Project DVDs.

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