I watch the news, obviously, like most people, but I watch several different channels and I read, I research besides having readers from across the world reporting stuff to me. I like history which others probably don’t know about, you know, the juicy bits we don’t necessarily read in the history books. What you read in history books, is very carefully written to confirm to whatever the turd brigade – politicians – they float in what they talk, want to reflect on them. We should remember that they are born shysters that needs watching. Twisting history like that is dangerous, it gives the new generation the wrong idea, and so history always repeats, the same mistakes. In GMJ Books, and the ones under my own name, I reveal facts that some will find disturbing, especially when I say to any reader, as I say to you reading here, research what I say, you will find I am correct.
In the last few days, the Trump White House spokesman, Sean Spicer, made a comment for which the mainstream liars, sorry, mainstream media, hammered him. Mr. Spicer said: “You had someone as despicable as Hitler who didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons.” Immediately the “Twitter Warrior Brigade” pointed out that “Hitler used chemicals to gas Jews in Nazi death camps during World War Two.” Of course, the other Nazi casualties, the gypsies, homosexuals and the rest held in those camps, spies too – read my books and hear the stories, also murdered, were conveniently forgotten as was the fact that Spicer meant the German Armed Forces never used gas or chemical weapons, all to no avail. Spicer cave in after a while and apologised despite being 100% historically correct.
The German Armed Forces never used gas during World War Two and by the way, the Allied Armies also committed war crimes, many. In one case, General Eisenhower apologised to the German Command when a trainload full of German POWs were asphyxiated because the windows were kept locked and closed. By chance, who knows, General Eisenhower, a decent man, he apologised. This happened in 1945. So, let us forget this rather silly: “We were always the good guys” argument. History will prove you wrong. Such online bullying and twisting a man’s words, is pathetic to say the least and clearly shows how little these people know about history, clearly and Oxford University PhD in history is not worth the paper it is written on. Let us then see what the Arch Liar, that is Winston S Churchill to most, that great English hero, felt about chemical weapons, including biological ones:
… Winston Churchill was a great supporter and known user - he had a proud record of using biological weapons against Cabinet orders in Russia during the ill-fated intervention just after the First World War. Porter Down soon turned out tularaemia, anthrax, brucellosis, and botulism toxins as a weapon of war but they were never offensively used. They did poison an island with anthrax though, it took almost 60 years to become safe again and a drunk Churchill wanted to attack Tokyo with poison gas.
The US had their research program Fort Detrick, Maryland since 1942 under the direction of George W Merck. The devil’s weapons were subsequently tested at the Dugway Proving Grounds in Utah. They now could mass produce anthrax spores, brucellosis, and botulism toxins but also never used them offensively besides tests being done, for in case they had to. The effects carried on for many years as the place never closed down – in March 1968, no less than 6,249 sheep died in Skull Valley from what most agreed was open-air tests of the nerve agent VX. Skull Valley, is almost thirty miles from Dugway's testing sites and what happened since no one really knows, the place is as secretive and as full of rumours as is Area 51.
The Japanese went much further, they tested their biological weapons on prisoners, a lot of times with fatal results and perhaps mercifully so. Especially Unit 731, based at Pingfan in Manchuria, led the way in human experiments. They then used their stockpiles offensively on Chinese soldiers and civilians. There are some historians that reckoned 400,000 Chinese died because of it and that figure is seen as low by many. If they had better delivery methods, it would have been a 100 times more. During the war, Imperial Japan came close in attacking San Diego, California, with a biological weapon (plague it was, Angelique). They called the mission “Cherry Blossoms at Night” and it would have taken place on September 22, 1945. However, they surrendered on 15 August, and San Diego was spared. I wonder how many liberal idiots protesting the atomic bombings so bitterly today, know about this planned attack and if they do, if they even care. Probably not, they live in Hollywood and Washington DC, on the belt as it is called, to influence the White House for money. They don’t care and will probably apologise for provoking it. … (Taken from Code Name Celery 50.)
And in a book before Code Name Celery 50, we had a look at the use of cluster bombs, and we got back to the Arch Liar, he is a wonderful example of twisted history:
… The South Africans, as you can well imagine by now, never hesitated in using any weapon which gives greater effect in killing people. And so we had in the 1980s what was known simply as the “Alpha Bomb” and it gave the Virginians as we call the CIA a terrible fright. For a while they seriously believed it stood for “Atomic Bomb” and was about to be used on the communists in Angola. Such misinterpretations are not uncommon in war. History always repeats and back in 1942 the Germans got a terrible fright, they perceived, by listening to radio intercepts, that there were very large numbers of “gas” stored on the British Isles. Gas as a means of warfare was never used by the Germans during the Second World War but this made them gather their own very lethal stocks to retaliate in case the Allies use it first. However, they soon realised the term means gasoline, the American term for petrol and the crisis avoided.
Not surprisingly, the British experimented a lot in chemical warfare during the Second World War. Under the Arch Liar they contaminated an entire island, Gruinard, just off the mainland, in Gruinard Bay with anthrax to see what will happen. To ensure proper experimenting some sheep were tied to poles to die a most horrible death. This took place in 1942. Why? There was no threat of invasion then and so you have to wonder, why? The island was so contaminated that it was deemed out-of-bounds for almost 50 years and you would be stupid to go there even today. Also in 1944 the great strategist, Winston Churchill, seriously thought about attacking Tokyo with poison gas, again, against the rules of war and you have to wonder what the Japanese response would have been. Well, he did it before, using deadly chemical weapons against civilians. In 1919, under his orders and against the Bolsheviks at the village of Emtsa, 120 miles south of Archangel, tons of chemicals shells were fired with horrendous consequences. Many civilians died, innocents.
Churchill had a love for chemical weapons, he went on to say “I am strongly in favour of using poisoned gas against uncivilised tribes" – that was directed against the rebellious tribes of northern India, today Pakistan. Being one of the greatest unrecognised cretins and racists of his time he ended his Cabinet note with the following sentence: “Why is it not fair for a British artilleryman to fire a shell which makes the said native sneeze? It is really too silly.” Yep, his supporters say that was meant as “black humour.” His heavy drinking and alcoholism? Well you know, the whisky was watered down, no harm done! His losing the British Empire? Well, you know, “Winds of Change” and all that, old chap, dear old Winnie - he stays in our hearts. Well, he is not in ours, we think he is an idiot that got lucky by his own admission. “It was a marvel – I really do not know how – I survived and maintained my position in public esteem while all the blame was thrown on poor Mr Chamberlain.” (Quoted from “The Gathering Storm,” written by the Arch Liar himself and for once reflecting honestly. Yes, we agree, we don’t know either.)
The South African cluster weapon, the Alpha Bomb, was essentially something learned and taken from the Rhodesian Air Force that developed it first in the 1970s. It consists of a lot of small anti-personnel bombs that strike the surface and by doing so activating their fusing mechanisms, arming them. They then bounced into the air to detonate about thirty feet above ground (depending how hard the ground is, it may be less, or what height they dropped from).
The Rhodesian model, the original, exploded between six and twelve feet above the ground and it worked great on mass targets or trenches and is not new in principle. The World War Two German S mine of “Bouncing Betty” did the same, it bounced up and exploded about three feet in the air causing immense injuries around it. The American Army, so impressed with the S mine and why not, developed their M16 mine directly from this nasty experience as did the Soviet Union with its OZM series of mines. France, Italy, Red China and Sweden (Truppmina 11) followed suit. So the idea of bouncing bombs into the air to explode and cause more damage to the enemy, was not new at all.
Dropping them on a large field from the air was, up to a point (some artillery shells did the same). The original Rhodesian Alpha Bombs were designed to be dropped by Canberra light bombers from level flight and at high altitudes. There was a need for cluster bombs to be dropped by low flying fighter jets. In South African use this translated to the Mirage F1 and Cheetah D. The Alpha Bomb is not in service anymore because it was replaced with something better or worse, depending where you stand when it is dropped. Also the Mirages were retired or sold and so the Alpha Bombs had to be replaced and were replaced. … (Taken from Code Name Cadillac.)
If you wish to read history in a different way, read GMJ. You will learn something and you will gain a perspective that is not mainstream politically correct crap, yet, still true, not fake news, research what I say. Don’t stare yourself blind to what the man on the news read, he is a parrot of darker forces and nothing else. GMJ
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