Thread: DHS Spraying Oklahomans 2018

gina - 11/16/2017 at 10:42 PM

The Department of Homeland Security plans to use Newkirk, Oklahoma as a testing site to see how biological terror agents could effect houses and people.

Alternative Biological Particulate 1 would employ the use of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp kurstaki (Btk) barcoded spores, which are the preferred biological material to be employed for sensitive characterization of building penetration. Native Btk, sold under the commercial name of Dipel, is used extensively as a bioinsecticide and is not considered a hazard by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) when handled appropriately. The barcoded variant provides much more specific detection and identification from background than the native organism, as it contains a genetic barcode that does not affect any physiological function or phenotypic expression of the organism. It will be dispersed in a similar manner to that of native Btk when used as an insecticide. However, release will be at much lower concentrations than typical insecticidal application rates. The use of the barcoded Btk has been approved for use in this program by the State of Oklahoma’s Department of Agriculture, Food, & Forestry.


https://www.dhs.gov/sites/default/files/publications/DHS%20HODOR%20Envirome ntal%20Assessment%2010%2025%202017-508.pdf


http://okcfox.com/news/local/people-gather-to-sign-petition-share-concerns- about-homeland-security-tests

https://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2017/11/14/Homeland-Security-to-conduct-bio logical-weapons-tests-in-Oklahoma/4711510643820/?spt=rrs&or=6

Newkirk, OK - The Department of Homeland Security is preparing in the event of a biological attack. According to a 58-page document, chemicals will be released at Chilocco Indian School in Newkirk. In January/Feburary and again in June/July of 2018, particles will be released onto buildings of the Chilocco campus. It is to determine how well biological agents will penetrate into single and multi-family homes. The department claims these chemicals are nontoxic and nonhazardous; however, personnel will wear suits, masks, gloves and respirators when in the zone

REMARKS: They are practicing for a what-if scenario. Those who believe their govt. will say oh it's to protect us terrorist attacks; others will say they are practicing for Agenda 21. Only you know which belief you have.


HERE IS THE LABEL OF THE STUFF THEY ARE GOING TO SPRAY.

https://www.valent.com/Data/Labels/2009-DPRO-0001%20DiPel%20Pro%20-%20form% 2004-5620-r5.pdf

if on Skin or Clothing:

• Take off contaminated clothing.
• Rinse skin immediately with plenty of water
for 15-20 minutes.

If Inhaled:
• Call a poison control center or doctor for
treatment advice.
• Move person to fresh air.
• If person is not breathing, call 911 or an
ambulance, then give artificial respiration,
preferably by mouth-to-mouth, if possible.
• Call a poison control center or doctor for
treatment advice.

IF in eyes:
• Hold eye open and rinse slowly and gently
with water for 15-20 minutes.
• Remove contact lenses, if present, after the
first 5 minutes, then continue rinsing eye.
• Call a poison control center or doctor for
treatment advice.



[Edited on 11/16/2017 by gina]


DanB - 11/17/2017 at 03:59 PM

I hope it rains that day


BrerRabbit - 11/18/2017 at 09:13 PM

Damn it gina your link springloaded a download on me! Not cool. Now I have a stupid HS report on my phone, glad it wasn't a virus.

Anyway, I read the HS report, looks like this stuff is routinely used in higher concentrations as a bioinsecticde, the test structures are abandoned, and the tribes ok'd it.

Not really seeing the sinister here .


Jerry - 11/19/2017 at 12:28 AM

I didn't get the download, but I read the paperwork.
Abandoned campus, no known problems foreseen by the tribes, and It's a fertilizer.

Only thing I can find kind of creepy is that it looks like they are testing for penetration of biological agents to housing.


BrerRabbit - 11/19/2017 at 03:22 AM

Yeah, my radar picked that up too. Well, it is either they are figuring how to protect from, or implement, or both, and like any other weapon it remains to be seen how folks use or abuse it. Testing is a good thing, if it doesn't hurt anybody.


BrerRabbit - 11/19/2017 at 03:23 AM


BrerRabbit - 11/19/2017 at 03:24 AM

dammit how the hell did danb's berry oakley get on my posts?


Jerry - 11/19/2017 at 02:30 PM

quote:



Did you get the BO gif from the download?


gina - 11/21/2017 at 01:20 AM

11-20 is Duane's birthday, maybe the cosmos are saying Thanks to everyone for hanging in there and keeping ABB going down here on planet earth. Do they have internet in heaven? OF COURSE THEY DO, it's heaven!


gina - 11/21/2017 at 01:29 AM

quote:
I didn't get the download, but I read the paperwork.
Abandoned campus, no known problems foreseen by the tribes, and It's a fertilizer.

Only thing I can find kind of creepy is that it looks like they are testing for penetration of biological agents to housing.


Exactly, they want to see the doses and concentrations required to penetrate people's houses. using "barcoded spores" of an insecticide. Doesn't sound benign. One man, whose Father was a CIA Officer, has had people tell him that the US govt. plans to use this type of technology to unleash bioweapons upon Americans to depopulate the US and they will be doing this by 2025. So when we see that they are practicing a scenario for aerial spraying to determine the penetration rates that could penetrate houses, most of us can connect the dots. The word is eventually they will create pandemics of ebola and other things to help bring the population down. We have 320 million people here and the goal of the new world order is to eliminate at least 200 million of those people. The east and west coasts have about 100 million each. So the goal is eliminate one third of the US population.


BrerRabbit - 11/21/2017 at 03:13 AM

That is certainly one way of looking at it. Or it could be to assess the effects of weaponry for civil defense.


gina - 11/24/2017 at 11:00 PM

True; however, if some nation wants to launch bio terror on us, we have the planes that can shoot them down if they breach the air space, unless of course they do what they did on 9-11 and do not scramble the planes.


BrerRabbit - 12/1/2017 at 12:57 AM

How many planes you think would it take to knock out one guy with a suitcase full of vials of disease cultures on a leisurely road trip from town to town, attending crowded events?


gina - 12/3/2017 at 10:04 PM

I do not know, but I do know innocuous normal people will still be getting groped by TSA agents, and having to disclose why they are travelling anywhere on public transportation. Is it not pathetic that you cannot even just get on a train or a bus without declaring who you are ahead of time?

Freedom isn't free anymore.


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