The NEXT Assault on the Global Populations


and is NOW

Bio Weapons a Long Term Fingerprint-less Campaign






Hormone Regulators

Genetically – Individual/Societal Targeted Pathogens 


which is LEGAL 

ATTACKS are Expanding

Fatal to Disabling

Short to Long Time Scales 

Direct and Undetectable



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the Nasa War Plan the Future is NOW

NASA Reveals  

a Long Term Fingerless Campaign

of Destruction, Disease, MURDER


Airborne Varieties of Ebola, Lassa and More.

An Existing Bio Calmative – VEE – Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis 

an Ideal Incapacitating Bio Agent

Transmitted via Aerosol

Highly Infectious, Low Fatality Rate

1-2 Day Incubation – 3 Week Recovery

No Treatment Available

Tested on Humans – Operation Whitecoat

Weaponized by U.S. and USSR in 50’s/60’s  

Depopulation Operations at Cascading Warp Speed


 deadly diseases with the potential to rapidly spread across borders. 

Epidemiologists have already identified several contenders for the next global medical emergency.

One fungal infection, Candida auris , has been described as “almost the perfect pathogen” says, a genomic epidemiologist at Imperial College London. 

First identified in 2009, where it was seen infecting the ear canal of a Japanese woman, the drug-resistant organism was spotted in patients across the globe.

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Army Conducted 239 Secret, Open-Air Germ Warfare Tests

George C. WilsonMarch 9, 1977

The Army disclosed yesterday that it secretly conducted 239 germ warfare tests in open air between 1949 and 1969, some tests releasing live but supposedly harmless microscope “bugs” at Washington’s Greyhound bus terminal and National Airport as part of the experiment.

THe idea, according to a two-volume report the Army gave to the senate health subcommittee yesterday, was to learn how to wage biological warfare and defend against it.

The Washington tests started in 1949 at an undisclosed location and were conducted again in may, 1965, at the bus terminal and airport.

Fears deadly fungus could be the next global medical emergency after coronavirus

– January 30,2021

A mysterious fungus first identified in 2009, that one expert describes as ‘a creature from the black lagoon’, could represent the next major global health menace


Ebola spreading in DR Congo with nearly 50 new confirmed cases in country – JULY 14, 2020

The country’s dilapidated health system is gearing up to battle its 11th outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus, just days after its 10th outbreak officially ended in DR Congo


Coronavirus triggering cases of rare ‘black-fungus’ disease with ‘50% mortality rate’

December 24, 2020

Doctors in India have warned of surging cases in a rare and sometimes fatal disease ripping through hospitals as patients with Covid-19 suffer due to weak immune systems

A rare black-fungal disease that can be fatal is being increasingly linked to coronavirus, according to reports.

Hospitals across India have reported surging numbers in the unusual infection affecting patients who have weaker immune systems due to Covid-19.

Hospitals in New Delhi were first to announce cases of Mucormycosis, a black-fungal disease, and several other cities have now suffered similar outbreaks.

The disease can occur in any part of the body, and affect the sinuses and lungs if inhaled. It can also get into the body through cuts, entering through ripped skin.

This potentially fatal infection can kill if not detected early, and also lead to blindness. If it enters through the nose it can spread to the eyes, paralysing the muscles and leading to a loss of sight.


Fears devastating fungus could starve world’s population to death in global famine

Up to 90% of the world’s wheat crops could be destroyed by a deadly fungus that is capable of wreaking havoc on food supplies, potentially causing mass starvation


DISEASE X warning: Deadly pathogen added to mass killer list with GLOBAL pandemic feared

A DEADLY potential pathogen has been added to a list of diseases which could create a global pandemic – killing thousands. 3/10/2018

The World Health Organisation has put medical workers around the planet on alert for the pathogen – dubbed Disease X.

The Geneva-based organisation has not identified a specific disease but wants to be prepared for an unknown mass killer.

Doctors fear the possible epidemic will come from a disease passed from animals to humans such as HIV.

Disease X is now classed as serious as Lassa fever in Nigeria and Ebola, which killed more than 11,000 people in Africa between 2013 and 2016.

Chief executive of the Research Council of Norway and a scientific adviser to the WHO committee, told the Telegraph: “History tells us that it is likely the next big outbreak will be something we have not seen before.

“It may seem strange to be adding an ‘X’ but the point is make sure we prepare and plan flexibly in terms of vaccines and diagnostic tests.”

Mr Rottingen said Disease X would most likely be sparked by a “zoonotic disease”jumps from animals to humans and then becomes an epidemic, which happened with H1N1 swine flu in 2009.

HIV is believed to have jumped from chimpanzees to humans and has killed 35 million people since the 1980s.

Lassa fever has been linked to deaths in Nigeria and has also spread to Benin, Liberia and Sierra Leone

Severe cases of this horrific disease may involve bleeding through the nose, mouth or other parts of the body.

Lassa fever is usually spread from being exposed to the urine or faeces of infected Mastomys rats. Cases have been found particularly in communities with poor living conditions or sanitation.


Wildfire smoke may carry ‘mind-bending’ amounts of fungi and bacteria, scientists say

FIRE – Smoke billowing plumes of smoke that rise on waves of heat during the day and sink into valleys as the night air cools may be transporting countless living microbes that can seep into our lungs or cling to our skin and clothing, according to research published recently in Science. In some cases, researchers fear that airborne pathogens could sicken firefighters or downwind residents.

Wildfires burned across more than 10.2 million acres of the United States in 2020, federal statistics show, including some 4.2 million acres in California, where a greater number of residents were exposed to 

“Aerosolized, microbes, spores, or fungal conidia … have the potential to travel hundreds of miles, depending on fire behavior and atmospheric conditions, and are eventually deposited or inhaled downwind of a fire,” Kobziar and Thompson wrote in their paper.

“Aerosolized, microbes, spores, or fungal conidia … have the potential to travel hundreds of miles, depending on fire behavior and atmospheric conditions, and are eventually deposited or inhaled downwind of a fire,” Kobziar and Thompson wrote in their paper.

This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times.

Originally published Mon, February 1, 2021, 6:00 AM


NASA The Future of War