US’s Bio-experiment on fellow Americans?


During World War II, CAMP DETRICK became the site of intensive biological warfare research. But after the War, Gen MacArthur took Japan’s Unit 731 scientists home from Harbin, CHINA (including Shiro Ishii and many of his 3,607 associates); fed, nourished and gave them immunity; and FORT DETRICK (renamed after a 1956 expansion to 1,200 acres today) was where these Japanese criminals ended up; and where the US’s bio-weapon program got its foreign GERM and CHEMICAL research momentum and expansion.

JAPAN’S Shiro Ishii and his cohorts conducted live human vivisections and other biological experimentation in Harbin, CHINA, and after WWII were transferred to FORT DETRICK

Believe it or not, American’s Bio-experiment on fellow Americans?


Operation Whitecoat was a biodefense medical research program carried out by the United States Army at Fort Detrick, Maryland between 1954 and 1973. The program pursued medical research using volunteer enlisted personnel who were eventually nicknamed “Whitecoats”.

These volunteers, all conscientious objectors, including many members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, were informed of the purpose and goals of each project before providing consent to participate in any project. These “volunteers” were conscientious objectors — who volunteered to expose themselves to deadly viruses and bacteria, rather than go to war.

Japanese Forces Battle Of Shanghai

Over a 20-year period beginning in the 1950s, about 2,300 were infected at Fort Detrick with Q fever, yellow fever, Rift Valley fever, Hepatitis A, Yersinia pestis (Plague), Tularämie (Hasenpest) and other germ warfare experiments.

The justification of their research was to defend troops and civilians against biological weapons and it was believed that the Soviet Union was engaged in similar activities. Much of the actual tests were subjected to confidentiality and visitors are not allowed at Fort Detrick. This also applies to the former participants.

Although the program was discontinued in 1973, human use research for biodefense purposes is still conducted at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) at Fort Detrick and at other government and civilian research institutes. However, these post-Whitecoat studies are often human use challenge studies, in which a person is inoculated with a known pathogen to determine how effective an investigational treatment will be.

Second Sino-Japanese War Bombing

Says USAToday:

Operation Whitecoat tests were done under the cloud of the Cold War and at a time when people rarely scrutinized the workings of government. It was a time when the government conducted some dubious experiments, such as the infamous Tuskegee experiments in which scientists studied the progression of syphilis in untreated poor black men.


Operation Big Itch and Operation Drop Kick, the corps explored the feasibility of using fleas and mosquitoes as weapons. Declassified government documents apparently show tests were conducted, but with uninfected mosquitoes.

In 1956, the Corps conducted Operation Drop Kick when they released 600,000 uninfected mosquitoes from a plane at Avon Park Bombing Range, Florida. Within a day, the mosquitoes had spread a distance of between one and two miles and had bitten many people. The mosquitos were released across several Black communities in Florida. In the predominantly Black community of Avon Park, dozens of Black people became ill, and eight people died.

In 1958, further tests discovered at Avon Park AFB, Florida, mosquitoes could quickly be disseminated from helicopters, would spread more than a mile in each direction and would enter all types of buildings.”

A longtime Avon Park resident, Beatrice Peterson, didn’t know about mosquito releases but recalled that screwworm flies were released in the mid to late 1950s. She was only 14-years-old at the time.

“We know they released some flies, but what was the reason and why, I can’t remember why because we were in school back in the 1950s,” Peterson said. “Occasionally we would see them when they fly over and drop the little boxes out. Evidently the boxes were supposed to open up.”

A similar operation took place over Georgia, “Operation Big Buzz.” The experiment occurred in May 1955 in the U.S. State of Georgia. The operation was a field test designed to determine the feasibility of producing, storing, loading into munitions, and dispersing from aircraft the yellow fever mosquito (though these were not infected for the test).

Victims Along Qinhuai River

The second goal of the operation was to determine whether the mosquitoes would survive their dispersion and seek meals on the ground. When the mosquitoes were collected and it was determined that they were actively feeding on the blood of humans.

Operation Big Itch was a September 1954 series of tests at Dugway Proving Ground in Utah. The tests were designed to determine coverage patterns and survivability of the tropical rat flea (Xenopsylla cheopis) for use in biological warfare as a disease vector. The fleas were loaded into two types of munitions and dropped from the air.

The E14 bomb and E23 bomb, which could be clustered into the E86 cluster bomb and E77 bomb, respectively. When the cluster bombs reached 2,000 or 1,000 feet the bomblets would drop via parachute, disseminating their vector. Big Itch proved successful, and the tests showed that not only could the fleas survive the fall from an airplane but they also soon attached themselves to hosts.

JAPAN’S Unit 731 Site, R&D Experimental Camp, Harbin, CHINA

Are any of these experiments not having their origins at FORT DETRICK? Yes, they are:

And this is from Wikipedia:

Jeffrey Alan Lockwood wrote in 2009 that the biological warfare program at Ft. Detrick began to research the use of insects as disease vectors going back to World War II and also employed German and Japanese scientists after the war who had experimented on human subjects among POWs and concentration camp inmates.

Scientists used or attempted to use a wide variety of insects in their biowar plans, including fleas, ticks, ants, lice and mosquitoes – especially mosquitoes that carried the yellow fever virus. They also tested these in the United States.

Lockwood thinks that it is very likely that the U.S. did use insects dropped from aircraft during the Korean War to spread diseases, and that the Chinese and North Koreans were not simply engaged in a propaganda campaign when they made these allegations, since the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Secretary of Defense had approved their use in the fall of 1950 at the “earliest practicable time”. At that time, it had five biowarfare agents ready for use, three of which were spread by insect vectors.

Japanese experiment unit 731 images

See also in Wikipedia:


Entomological testing on fellow Americans
Further information: U.S. Cold War entomological warfare program

The United States seriously researched the potential of entomological warfare (EW) during the Cold War. EW is a specific type of biological warfare which aims to use insects as weapons, either directly or through their potential to act as vectors. During the 1950s the United States conducted a series of field tests using entomological weapons.

Bodies On The Stairs

Operation Big Itch [in Utah], in 1954, was designed to test munitions loaded with uninfected fleas (Xenopsylla cheopis).

In May 1955 over 300,000 yellow fever mosquitoes (Aedes aegypti) were dropped over parts of the U.S. state of Georgia to determine if the air-dropped mosquitoes could survive to take meals from humans. The mosquito tests were known as Operation Big Buzz.

The U.S. engaged in at least two other EW testing programs, Operation Drop Kick and Operation May Day. A 1981 Army report outlined these tests as well as multiple cost-associated issues that occurred with EW.

Japanese experiment unit 731 images

In civilian venues
Medical experiments were conducted on a large scale on civilians who had not consented to participate. Often, these experiments took place in urban areas in order to test dispersion methods.

Questions were raised about detrimental health effects after experiments in San Francisco, California, were followed by a spike in hospital visits; however, in 1977 the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention determined that there was no association between the testing and the occurrence of pneumonia or influenza. The San Francisco test involved a U.S. Navy ship that sprayed Serratia marcescens from the bay; it traveled more than 30 miles.

One dispersion test involved laboratory personnel disguised as passengers spraying harmless bacteria in Washington National Airport.

Children At Unit 731

“Scientists” tested biological pathogens, including Bacillus globigii, which were thought to be harmless, at public places such as subways. Light bulbs containing Bacillus globigii were dropped in New York City’s subway system; the result was strong enough to affect people prone to illness (also known as Subway Experiment). Based on the circulation measurements, thousands of people would have been killed if a dangerous microbe was released in the same manner. The Chicago subway system was also subject to a similar experiment by the Army.

A jet aircraft released material over Victoria, Texas, that was monitored in the Florida Keys.

Much information about these programs remained classified and kept secret. How many of these experiments were initiated from FORT DETRICK and its 7,900 researchers? Why was FORT DETRICK closed from July 2019 to November 29, 2019? Why did this closure of FORT DETRICK coincide with the timeline of “vaping illness,” the pandemic flu and COVID-19? And why does this mysterious EVALI disease look exactly like COVID-19, and even accurately matches its epidemic footprint?

Who is Fantahun Woldesenbet? Active shooter in Frederick, Maryland
FORT DETRICK / UNIT 731 Transplant / USAMRIID with 7,900 Researchers / 1,200 ACRES

Could the following narrative be possible?

1) Fort Detrick was shut down after a cease and desist order to the organisation in July, 2019 due to multiple violations of procedure.
2) An outbreak of ‘influenza’ killed something like 10,000 people in the US in August 2019.
3) In October 2019 there was a US organised event ‘Event 201 – A Global Pandemic Exercise’ which simulated a very similar scenario to the actual pandemic.
4) From October 18 – 27, the 2019 Military World Games was held in Wuhan. Could the SARS-Cov-2 virus be released while the US Army team were there?


From 1950 through 1953, the U.S. Army conducted Operation LAC (Large Area Coverage), spraying chemicals over six cities in the United States and Canada, in order to test dispersal patterns of chemical weapons. Army records stated that the chemicals which were sprayed on the city of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, included zinc cadmium sulfide, which was not thought to be harmful.A 1997 study by the U.S. National Research Council found that it was sprayed at levels so low as not to be harmful; it said that people were normally exposed to higher levels in urban environments.

For more about Time reported high cancer rate, Agent Orange and anthrax, weaponized botulism and radioactive carbon here. John Hopkins Public Health news here. Baltimore Sun here. For those living near Fort Detrick and are affected by sickness, diseases, cancer or any other illness, please check here.

“Therefore as I live, saith the LORD God, surely because thou hast defiled My sanctuary with all thy detestable things and with all thine abominations, therefore will I also diminish thee; neither shall Mine eye spare, neither will I have any pity.

“A third part of thee shall die with the pestilence, and with famine shall they be consumed in the midst of thee; and a third part shall fall by the sword round about thee; and I will scatter a third part into all the winds, and I will draw out a sword after them.” Ezekiel 5:11-12

~ by Joel Huan on July 13, 2021.

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