A designed chemical/biological test by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has residents of a tiny Oklahoma city in fear that they are being used as human guinea pigs, as the sovereign supervision prepares to lift out plans for biological contrast in the area next month.
DHS announced plans to control chemical and biological contrast circuitously the limit between Kansas and Oklahoma in Jan and February, and again in Jun and July, to establish how much insurance people would accept from being inside a residence or an unit in the eventuality of a biological militant attack, according to a matter on the Homeland Security website.
The DHS press recover notes:
The study is partial of the Department’s ongoing joining to preparedness and the shared shortcoming of safeguarding the nation’s vicious infrastructure. The purpose of this study is to accumulate information that enhances the predictive capabilities in the eventuality of a biological agent attack. Specifically, this work will help in presaging the border to which an conscious recover of a biological agent may dig singular family and multi-family structures. These tests will recover dead chemicals and biological materials that will be used to magnitude the volume of element that penetrates the buildings under sundry conditions.
“This helps responders and emergency managers confirm how to respond and save lives. It helps in formulation for evacuations…and other tactics,” John Verrico, DHS’s scholarship and record directorate spokesman, pronounced in an email to Newsweek. “It also helps us to know how materials settle and hang to surfaces.”
Verrico claims that no one has been harmed or adversely influenced by chemical tests achieved by Homeland Security.
Contrary to the assertions of Verrico, area residents brawl that the chemicals are submissive to humans, animals, and the environment, and are operative to stop the designed biological/chemical tests.
A proprietor of a circuitously town, Jill Wineinger, collected almost 9,000 signatures on a petition to retard the contrast after Homeland Security placed a authorised notice mouth-watering the open criticism about the tests during a 30-day open criticism period.
“We just don’t really know or trust that all that they’re observant is what they’re doing,” Wineinger told Newsweek.
DHS is reportedly reviewing approximately 300 comments perceived by email from the open before determining either to go brazen with the testing, according to Verrico.
The chemical agents DHS plans to use in the contrast are titanium dioxide, fluorescent brightener, urea, and Dipel, an insecticide.
“I’m really contemptible that everybody is so fearful in Newkirk because these are very soft products,” Kitty Cardwell, a highbrow at Oklahoma State University and executive of the National Institute of Microbial Forensics for Food and Agricultural Biosecurity, who has been concerned in other Homeland Security projects, told Newsweek.
Cardwell believes the chemicals are non-toxic at that diminutive volume and likely wouldn’t strech populated areas.
Interestingly, while Cardwell and the U.S. supervision explain the chemicals used in the contrast won’t adversely impact human health or the environment, the EU has due to systematise titanium dioxide as a carcinogen—meaning that it is suspected of causing cancer – privately when inhaled.
Wineinger disputes the thought that these substances are harmless, observant that she’s allergic to urea and could be hospitalized if she’s unprotected to it. She also voiced regard about people with asthma and fears the area’s crops could be infested by the chemicals.
“It could sate the homes and it could sate the water supply,” Wineinger said.
Kansas Congressman Ron Estes, in response to the designed chemical and biological testing, pronounced sovereign agencies, “need to be 100 percent certain this test is protected for the residents of south-central Kansas,” observant that he has “numerous questions.”
Estes serves on the Houses Committee on Homeland Security, and in a matter expelled on Thursday, pronounced that he is “monitoring the conditions very closely.”
“I have countless questions per this due test,” Estes said. “While it’s critical for the sovereign agencies to test their abilities in response to threats, we need to be one hundred percent certain this test is protected for the residents of south-central Kansas.”
One criticism on Wineinger’s petition presciently asked, “Why not test it in a some-more likely area to be hit by an attack, like NYC?”
Maybe since people there have the income and poke to strengthen themselves from the [government]. An Indian school in the center of nowhere. Yeah, just like the Tuskegee syphilis study. No one who matters gets hurt.
The chemicals will be expelled at the now-abandoned Chilocco Indian School.
“The Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male” is a scandalous secret investigate examination conducted by the U.S. Public Health Service in Alabama from 1932 to 1972 involving 600 African American men.
Researchers conducted the study but participants’ agree as a means of tracking the course of the lethal sexually transmitted disease—and participants perceived no treatment. Disgustingly, those hapless human guinea pigs were instead monitored until they died and then examined post-mortem.
The thought that adults are being subjected to a potentially dangerous conditions by DHS, but consent, positively raises some critical questions as to the methodology being employed.
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Jay Syrmopoulos is a geopolitical analyst, freethinker, and fervent competition of authoritarianism. He is now a connoisseur tyro at the University of Denver posterior a masters in Global Affairs and binds a BA in International Relations. Jay’s essay has been featured on both mainstream and eccentric media – and has been noticed tens of millions of times. You can follow him on Twitter @SirMetropolis and on Facebook at SirMetropolis. This essay first seemed at The Free Thought Project.
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