by Donald S. McAlvaney, Editor,
McAlvaney Intelligence Advisor (MIA), August 1996
Reports from the Middle East, especially those Gulf countries in or near the war zone indicate that up to 25% of the civilian populations are infected with GWI. Dr. Garth Nicolson says: Approximately 20% to 25% of the inhabitants of the Persian Gulf area are afflicted with the disease. According to an Iraqi emissary, 250,000 have died of the GWI, and another million are sick. Persian Gulf countries would include Iraq, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, and the UAE. No figures are available for Syria.
Iraqi death tolls are believed to include 250,000 Iraqi soldiers exposed to Saddam’s chemical and biological weapons. Nancy Nicolson has indicated that even Saddam Hussein himself, as well as his family, are infected, including a cousin, whom she said sought help from her and her husband. This is added to the 400-500,000 Iraqis (2/3 civilians) whom the International Red Cross estimate died during the war. That’s a million dead.
The Nicolsons say that there are now more babies being born deformed or with birth defects in Iraq than are being born normal. In a New York Times article (5/22/91) entitled, “Health Crisis Said to Grip Iraq In Wake of War’s Destruction”: It was reported that child mortality soared in the first four months of 1991, up 55,000 over the same period in 1990. Dr. Harvey Fineburg of the Harvard School of Public Health estimated, based on data he reviewed, that child mortality in Iraq increased by 170,000 in 1991.
The Wall Street Journal has quoted U.N. sources as saying that 560,000 Iraqi children have died since the war ended in 1991. If true, then the Nicolsons’ estimates are way too low.
As the biologicals dispersed by the U.S. bombings of germ warfare production facilities and also blown back on Iraq from their Scud attacks on the allies take their deadly toll, millions more men, women and children in Iraq may ultimately die.
An indication of what a “hot zone” Iraq has become and the high level of communicability of the biological agents is the disturbing story of a young nursing student, Candy Lovett, who effectively lost her life in the Persian Gulf War. The 27-year-old woman was assigned a grisly duty. She was one of 16 people in a graves’ registration unit, associated with the 57th Transportation Company, part of the 24th Infantry Division, tasked to collect and bury dead Iraqi soldiers.
After the war, Lovett and others in the outfit became sick, with difficult-to- explain symptoms ranging from severely aching joints to rapid hair loss. The young woman, who lives in Florida, is now confined to a wheelchair. Whatever she has in attacking not only her body, but also her brain, leaving her, progressively, with less and less memory of who she used to be. The other 15 members of her unit have all long since died! ENGLAND:
As quoted above, the British Gulf War Veterans Association says 1,233 Brits have died (to date) from GWI and thousands more are sick. Though numerically less than America, as a percent of those troops who saw duty in the gulf, their fatalities are as high or higher than America’s.
One British example is noteworthy. Corporal Technician Robert Doyle of Britain’s Royal Air Force never actually went to the Gulf, but he did receive all the vaccines and pills that were allegedly designed to protect service personnel from the effects of chemiwarfare. He had a violent reaction to the injections. A few weeks later, his wife Colleen got pregnant, but miscarried after three months. Soon Colleen was pregnant again. When the baby was born, it had deformed hands and feet, a serious heart defect, and breathing problems. It died within an hour of birth. The British authorities have conveniently lost Doyle’s medical records.
A British doctor and researcher on AIDS and other viruses (a friend of this writer) says he is seeing dozens of new viruses in patients at his clinic in England which he has never see before (nor have doctors in the U.K.). He believes they are biological (germ warfare) agents. This writer is receiving similar reports from around Europe.
Think about it! If a million or so Iraqis have died, if Saddam blames America and its Western allies for these deaths and Iraq’s (and his) humiliation, it is possible that he would retaliate with germ warfare attacks. If Japanese terrorists can launch a poison gas attack in a Japanese subway, if Arab terrorists can bomb the World Trade Center, if they can smuggle a bomb on board TWA Flight 800 (or very possibly use a smuggled SAM missile against it) – – how difficult would it be to smuggle germ warfare agents into the U.S. and disperse them — say from a small airplane? Not very!
Another doctor who has studied wind patterns all over the world believes that as dust storms periodically blow through the Persian Gulf region, that large amounts of dust infected by germs and spores from the war are picked up, carried into the stratosphere, and deposited literally around the four corners of the earth. He says he is seeing GWI symptoms in many of his patients in Florida.
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