Over the last decade, former Navy Secretary Richard J. Danzig, a prominent lawyer, presidential advisor and biowarfare consultant to the Pentagon and the Department of Homeland Security, has urged the government to counter what he called a major threat to national security.
Terrorists, he warned, could easily engineer a devastating killer germ: a form of anthrax resistant to common antibiotics.
U.S. intelligence agencies have never established that any nation or terrorist group has made such a weapon, and biodefense scientists say doing so would be very difficult. Nevertheless, Danzig has energetically promoted the threat — and prodded the government to stockpile a new type of drug to defend against it.
In an essential repeat of what preceded the Iraq war, the IAEA’s recent report on Iran looks like more of the same. In this video below learn more of what is really going on.
The IAEA- the International Atomic Energy Agency says Iran might be working on developing
The International Atomic Energy Agency doesn’t really have any intelligence capabilities of its own. It is relying on reports that are coming from others like Israel and the United States.
It’s all based on ‘suspicions’ and ‘hunches’. It’s all speculation
and grainy satellite photos. It’s so similar to the build up to the
Iraq war it might as well be an instant replay on ESPN.
In fact, the UN nuclear watchdog has found NO smoking gun, but has
succeeded nonetheless in providing a pretext for war.
Former CIA officer Philip Giraldi speaks with RT and expresses
grave doubts about the value of the IAEA report…