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Is the Zika virus an offshoot of a secret U.S. Army 'entomological warfare' program?

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(NaturalNews) Could the Zika virus "epidemic" be part of a secret U.S. Army program created to develop weaponized mosquitoes for "entomological warfare" purposes?

According to The Smoking Gun, the Army has long been interested in such methods of waging war against its enemies, and some now suspect that the Zika virus could be a test run of its entomological warfare program:

"The March 1981 report on 'entomological warfare' was prepared following research at the Dugway Proving Ground, the sprawling Utah facility where the Army tests biological and chemical weapons systems.

"The report examined the methods by which U.S. military members and civilians could come under attack by mosquitoes infected with yellow fever. The report notes that, according to U.S. intelligence information, Warsaw Pact nations 'have attempted development of an EW capability.'

"Along with cost estimates for possible EW attacks--which seem remarkably affordable and cost effective--the report estimated that upwards of 40 percent of those bitten by infected mosquitoes would die."

A brief history of the U.S. Army's entomological warfare research programs

It seems that under the guise of defending the United States against such attacks, the Army has developed its own programs to test the effectiveness of entomological warfare.

As reported by Military History Now:

"During the 1950s, the U.S. military established a top secret entomological warfare facility that could produce more than 100 million mosquitoes infused with yellow fever in a matter of days. A well-known tropical disease, the infection produces flu-like symptoms, bloody vomiting, jaundice and in some cases death. To evaluate the effectiveness of mosquitoes as a weapon, the military launched a series of tests right up into the mid-1960s in which millions of uninfected specimens were secretly released via specially designed munitions near or on top of civilian areas in Georgia and Florida. These operations, dubbed Magic Sword, Drop Kick, Big Buzz and Big Itch, studied the survivability of bomb-delivered mosquitos as well as their proliferation over a given area. It's unclear if any of these 'bug bombs' were ever used in combat."

Since there have been at least four EW research programs conducted by the Army dating back to the 1950s, it's anybody's guess as to whether the U.S. military is still involved in this kind of research – but it certainly wouldn't be much of a stretch of the imagination to assume that they are.

An expert's opinion

In fact, despite the mainstream media's portrayal of those who ask questions along these lines as being wacky conspiracy theorists, there are experts in the field who have been expressing similar suspicions regarding the Zika virus and its sudden and rapid spread throughout many countries.

One such expert is a man named Francis A. Boyle.

Reports Real-Agenda:

"International law professor Francis A. Boyle, who drafted the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989, revealed the Zika virus was souped up as a bio-weapon by the United States Federal government and non-government organizations. If Boyle's suspicion is true, and he has a strong background in bio-weapons to support his views, the current outbreak of the disease would be yet another case of government partnering with non-governmental organizations to produce and spread a disease on vulnerable populations."

"The United States government has spent $100 billion in researching bio-weapons since 9/11 2001," said Boyle. "It is clear that the United States government is running an offensive biological weapons program."

While there may not yet be direct evidence linking the Zika virus outbreak to the U.S. government, there is plenty of evidence to suggest that possibility.

And whether or not such a program is part of a globalist depopulation program, or a test run of entomological warfare tactics – or something else entirely – is not yet known.

But for many observers and experts, it seems clear that there is something very suspicious going on. There is just too much evidence suggesting that the Zika virus epidemic is not a natural phenomenon, but rather one that has been created by humans.





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