Friday, May 4, 2012

DHS Set to Release Bacteria Into Boston Subways

Are you f*cking kidding me?!

CBS Boston has a story about the DHS planning to release bacteria into the MBTA tunnels to test the "safety" of the subway.

The DHS has installed sensors in the MBTA system to detect biological agents and they’ve been testing to see how the air moves.

Now they want to release particles in the tunnels to see how well the sensors work.
The tests will be held at stations in Cambridge and Somerville.

Federal officials say they test the subway sensors by releasing dead bacteria called B-subtilis. They say it is used in food supplements, has been rigorously tested and has no adverse health effects for low exposure in healthy people.
From Wikipedia:

B. subtilis
is only known to cause disease in severely immunocompromised patients, and can conversely be used as a probiotic in healthy individuals.
From the DHS report
These studies, to be performed at peak operational capacity for trains and passengers, are designed to most closely simulate the conditions that would likely exist in the event of a true bio-terrorist attack.

The U.S. Govt. has a documented history of subjecting citizens and servicemen to these kind of tests, many without their knowledge or consent or via deception.

Project SHAD

Operation bacterium - secret biological warfare tests on the public

And these are just a few samples.


1 comment:

  1. My mother is a transplant patient (Incidentally, you wouldn't know she had health issues by looking at her. And transplant patients are more common than some might think). Something like this could make her sick, and kill her. I am willing to bet that at peak travel times, or any time, for that matter, there are "immunocompromised" people using the subway system in Boston.