First hour: Kevin has to pray/at a masjid far away/so a very special re-run/will brighten up your day!
Second hour: Kevin returns from the masjid to interview Barry Kissin, author of The Truth About the Anthrax Attack and Its Cover-Up. A leading expert on the 2001 anthrax attack, which even US authorities admit was a false-flag event designed to incite Islamophobia, Barry Kissin will analyze the recent National Academy of Science report casting doubt on the FBI’s evidence against suicided patsy Bruce Ivins. (Note: Barbara Honegger, another anthrax case expert, will join Truth Jihad Radio on Monday.)
NAS REPORT ON AMERITHRAX
by Barry Kissin
We didn’t need the National Academy of Sciences to tell us that the Government’s case against Bruce Ivins is a sham.
Almost a year ago (on March 6, 2010), I began a column: “The Bruce Ivins case is a trap. If the powers that be manage to keep us occupied with analyzing and reanalyzing the numerous and glaring weaknesses in the contrived case against Ivins, they succeed in diverting attention away from [the true source of the anthrax attacks].”
The best evidence points at one source – a sector of our own military-industrial-intelligence complex – the entity President Eisenhower warned about 40 years ago. Ignoring his warning has enabled this entity to grow and fester.
On covering up the true source of the anthrax attacks, NAS almost entirely cooperated. This is most significantly illustrated in what NAS had to say about silicon. Silicon has always been a key ingredient in the U.S. method of weaponizing anthrax. Though no one says it, this central issue of silicon in Amerithrax is about whether the attack anthrax must have come out of our own up-until-then secret anthrax weaponization projects.
The NAS: “Silicon was present in the letter powders but there was no evidence of intentional addition of silicon-based dispersants.” The problem is that the NAS relied on only one source of information about this, namely the FBI.
Here’s a better source: “‘If there is that much silicon, it had to have been [intentionally] added,” [said] Jeffrey Adamovicz, [former scientist] at Fort Detrick … He added that the silicon in the attack anthrax could have been added via a large fermentor—which Battelle and other labs use.” (Wall St. Journal, 1/24/10).
The NAS: “[N]o silicon was detected on the outside surface of spores where a [weaponizing] dispersant would reside. Instead, significant amounts of silicon were detected within the spore coat of some samples.”
It is true that there was “no silicon detected on the outside surface,” but it is false that this is “where a dispersant would reside” – that is a surpassed technology. The most modern anthrax-weaponizing technology has been referred to throughout the duration of the Amerithrax investigation by sources like Richard Spertzel, former Deputy Commander of USAMRIID, Kay Mereish, the Chief of Biological Planning and Operations at the UN Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission, and Science magazine.
This most modern anthrax-weaponizing technology precisely situates “significant amounts of silicon” on the “spore coat,” just what the NAS found and obligingly disregarded. In other words, the anthrax was indeed intentionally weaponized with the most modern (advanced) anthrax-weaponizing technology.
What else? No one can deny that thousands upon thousands of spores passed through the pores of the paper making up two of the anthrax letters’ envelops, enough to kill by inhalational anthrax two postal workers, and that when the envelope addressed to Senator Daschle was opened in the Hart Senate Office Building, the spores escaped and disbursed like a gas.
So who had this technology? Before the anthrax attacks, secret anthrax weaponization projects were being conducted by the CIA at Battelle’s labs in West Jefferson, Ohio and the DIA in labs managed and operated by Battelle at the Army’s Dugway Proving Ground (in Utah). Both facilities had received anthrax spores from Bruce Ivin’s flask RMR-1029.
“[T]o create anthrax in a dry aerosol form of the sort that can be dispersed through the air is a long and difficult process involving a lot of highly specialized machinery.” (NY Times, 2/24/10).
This was not the work of any lone nut. The anthrax attacks were the product of an advanced domestic weaponization program, and the government cover-up persists.