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Q Posts (1143 – 1146) 4.14.18 / Could The Syrian Airstrikes Be A Bio-Weapon Vector Containment Operation ?

Saturday, April 14, 2018 23:43
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Q Posts (1143 – 1146) 4.14.18 / Could The

Syrian Airstrikes Be A Bio-Weapon Vector

Containment Operation ?

 

1143

Apr 12 2018 15:58:18 (EST) Anonymous ID: 23e125 1015398

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To my fellow incarnated extraterrestrials, how could I have forgotten this crumb.

Apr 12 2018 16:00:41 (EST) Q !xowAT4Z3VQ ID: 48c59f 1015438

>>1015398

 

 

1144

Apr 12 2018 16:14:11 (EST) Q !xowAT4Z3VQ ID: 48c59f 1015665

Twitter down.
Injection good.
Q

 

 

1145

Apr 13 2018 21:07:44 (EST) Q !xowAT4Z3VQ ID: 18f5fc 1032326

Trust POTUS.
Sparrow Red.
Missiles only.
Intel good.
Q

 

1146

Apr 14 2018 13:24:45 (EST) Q !xowAT4Z3VQ ID: 072bee 1041555 NEW

901FFF2C-CFFC-4586-8226-7CDE571EEF72

 

Expand your thinking.
The ‘date’ vs ‘actual’.
Iran next.
Trust the plan!
April SHOWERS.
[SHOWERS].
Do you believe in coincidences?
Q
 
 

 

 

(1078)  Apr 8 2018 00:15:40 (EST)

Apr 8 2018 00:09:53 (EST) Q !xowAT4Z3VQ ID: c96828 946456

Night [4]                        
Increase in chatter.        ….. increased Deep State bio-weapons operation chatter ?
Auth B19-2.                       …. (2)  B-1 Lancers  19 missiles
Sparrow Red.
Prevent at all costs.        ….. prevent planned execution of a potential bio-weapons attack ?
Good.
Castle_Online.
Q

Apr 8 2018 00:15:40 (EST) Q !xowAT4Z3VQ ID: c96828 946546

>>946456
Prevent.                  …… Prevent Deep State bio-weapon operations ?
Auth 1st S.             …… Authorize 1st Strike ?
Castle_Green.
FRhYd5894-3580-357DBECg
Contact window ok.
Q

 

Note: KEK / Pepe Frog meme stuff is still a troublesome red flag item for me !  That’s just one of “my” filters. I do however, continue to support any and all good that comes from the Q Awakening.

https://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/2018/03/trump-qanon-the-illuminati-4chan-pepe-kek-meme-magick-and-sigils-this-is-strange-stuff-3598715.html?currentSplittedPage=1

 


 

This could be a bit more sophisticated of a false flag event than we have been allowed to perceive and POTUS’s airstrikes are an attempt to contain something far more evil than chemical weapons. What if bio-weapons were involved ?

 

https://qanon.pub/data/images/8f27d1bf896755e61b4e059e48b942aed2c68bbb8107461b8e593a191eae001c.png

 

1145

Apr 13 2018 21:07:44 (EST) Q !xowAT4Z3VQ ID: 18f5fc 1032326

Trust POTUS.
Sparrow Red.
Missiles only.
Intel good.
Q

 

1146

Apr 14 2018 13:24:45 (EST) Q !xowAT4Z3VQ ID: 072bee 1041555 NEW

901FFF2C-CFFC-4586-8226-7CDE571EEF72

 

Expand your thinking.
The ‘date’ vs ‘actual’.
Iran next.
Trust the plan!
April SHOWERS.
[SHOWERS].
Do you believe in coincidences?
Q

 

Either :

a) Iran has been developing Bio-weapons, had some in Syria and maybe released some in Syria (why would they do that to an ally?),

b) they were planning on using them on Israel or,

c) this was a really desperate and evil attempt by the Rothschild Zionst Deep State to start a global pandemic using Syria and Iran (and perhaps Russia) as the patsy scape goats. Then the world would be manipulated to focus their rage upon the targeted nations thus generating the necessary popular support for vastly expanded military operations against the designated perpetrators, along with a significant number of additional benefits.

Cui bono …. Who stands to derive the greatest benefit from such a nefarious operation ?  This doesn’t take a genius to figure this one out.

All eyes need to be upon the Luciferian Rothschild Zionist Deep State and their minions as the # 1 suspects in these BS false flag ops in the Middle East or anywhere else in the world !

Maybe POTUS has thwarted a major Deep State operation !

 

……. and maybe the Wall is far more important than we have imagined. “Expand your thinking.”

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Is Iran Developing Chemical/Biological

Weapons?

07 December 2016

 

Iran Focus

London, 7 Dec - In an article in Forbes on December 5, Benjamin Weinthal, fellow for the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, writes about the Islamic Republic’s developing chemical and  biological weapons programs. 

President-elect Trump has referred to the nuclear deal as a “lopsided disgrace“ and called it the “worst deal ever negotiated.”  If he does not, in fact, scrap the pact, aggressive enforcement will need to be a top priority.

Before the ink had even dried on their signatures on the nuclear deal, Tehran’s rulers were trying to acquire nuclear technology in Germany. Last week, according to the UN atomic watchdog agency, Iran illegally exceeded for a second time the limit on sensitive material used for nuclear facilities. Additionally, missile tests in defiance of UN resolutions and sanctions have been repeatedly conducted by Iran.  As worrisome as these violations are, it’s even more frightening that the nuclear accord completely ignored Iran’s determination to build up its chemical and biological warfare capabilities.

“Iran’s Foreign and Defense Policies”, October’s Congressional Research Service report, cites disturbing information about the Islamic Republic’s chemical and biological weapons development programs. According to this study, “U.S. reports indicate that Iran has the capability to produce chemical warfare (CW) agents and ‘probably’ has the capability to produce some biological warfare agents for offensive purposes, if it made the decision to do so.” 

The CRS report notes that “this raises questions about Iran’s compliance with its obligations under the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC), which Iran signed on January 13, 1993, and ratified on June 8, 1997.” 

The intelligence agency of Rhineland-Palatinate reported that Iran had targeted German companies in the state, seeking to acquire equipment which could be used to produce and deliver “atomic, biological and chemical weapons in a war,” according to German intelligence reports from 2015.  The CRS document didn’t mention that, “These goods could, for example, be applied to the development of state nuclear and missile delivery programs,“ the intelligence experts at Rhineland-Palatinate said. 

On June, the state of Saarland wrote in its intelligence report that “so-called danger states, for example Iran and North Korea, make efforts to obtain technology for atomic, biological or chemical weapons.“ 

Iran’s efforts to procure technology for the development of “nuclear, chemical and biological weapons programs,” was noted by the intelligence agency in the state of Baden-Württemberg. 

German intelligence officials report that Tehran has continued efforts to acquire nuclear equipment in 2016, as reported by the Wall Street Journal.

 


 

Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)

Biological Weapons

https://www.globalsecurity.org/wmd/world/iran/bw.htm

In 2008 the US Congressional Research Service reported that unclassified sources indicated that several nations were considered, with varying degrees of certainty, to have some BW capability, including China, Iran, Israel, North Korea, Russia, and Syria.

According to the Department of Defense, Iran “is conducting research on toxins and organisms with biological warfare applications.” [Office of the Secretary of Defense, Proliferation: Threat and Response (Washington: Government Printing Office, April 1996), p. 16.] According to the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, Iran probably has produced biological warfare agents and apparently has weaponized a small quantity of those agents. [Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, Adherence to and Compliance with Arms Control, May 1996] The US Defense Department’s Annual Report on Military Power of Iran April 2012 made not mention of these capabilties.

Iran is believed to have begun offensive biological warfare research during the Iran-Iraq War. The intensity of these efforts has probably increased because of the 1995 revelations about the scale of Iraqi efforts prior to the Gulf War. The relative low cost of developing these weapons may be another motivating factor.

Iran has ratified the Biological Weapons Convention.

Iran’s biological warfare program was believed to generally be in the advanced research and development phase. Iran has qualified, highly trained scientists and considerable expertise with pharmaceuticals. It also possesses the commercial and military infrastructure needed to produce basic biological warfare agents and may have produced pilot quantities of usable agent. Iran is judged to be able to support an independent BW program with little foreign assistance (although some foreign BW expertise, especially from Russia, is flowing to Iran). It is reported that the country has collocated a BW lab near its CW production facilities at Damghan. The Iranians have considerable expertise with pharmaceuticals, as well as the commercial and military infrastructure needed to produce basic biological warfare agents. Iran also can make some of the hardware needed to manufacture agents.

Iran has most likely investigated both toxins and live organisms as BW agents, produced some agents, and probably weaponized a small quantity of its production. It is possible that Iran has developed a small BW arsenal that could be delivered by a variety of systems. While only small quantities of usable agent may exist now, within 10 years, Iran’s military forces may be able to deliver biological agents effectively.

 

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Exclusive: Iran sought chemical and

biological weapons technology in Germany

 

Half of Germany’s state governments reported in their 2015 intelligence

documents attempts by Tehran to secure nuclear-related goods.

July 9, 2016 19:36
4 minute read.
 
 
 
Sarin

 
 
Employees of the Research Institute for Protective Technologies, Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Protection (WIS) inspect a dummy sample which is contaminated with a substance similar to the chemical weapon Sarin.. (photo credit: REUTERS)
 

BERLIN – Iran’s proliferation activities span eight German states and involve a range of activities to advance its chemical and biological warfare capabilities, as well as its nuclear and missile programs.

The vast scale of the Islamic Republic’s network to obtain nuclear and missile technology goes beyond what was disclosed in recent German intelligence reports released on Thursday.
 

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The Jerusalem Post has examined intelligence data and reports from the 16 German states, which included new information on Iranian chemical and biological weapons programs. Half of Germany’s state governments reported in their 2015 intelligence documents attempts by Tehran to secure nuclear-related goods.

The state of Saarland wrote in its 2015 intelligence report released last month that “so-called danger states, for example, Iran and North Korea, make efforts to obtain technology for atomic, biological or chemical weapons.” Iran also seeks “missile delivery systems as well as goods and know-how for proliferation.”

According to the intelligence report from Rhineland-Palatinate state, which was also released in June, Iran was one of the foreign countries that targeted “German companies” in the state whose equipment could be “implemented for atomic, biological and chemical weapons in a war.”

“Special attention was paid in the report’s time period to proliferation relevant activities of Iran, Pakistan and North Korea,” the document stated.

The weapons of mass destruction could be used by Iran to pursue “political goals,” it added.

“These goods could, for example, be applied to the development of state nuclear and missile delivery programs,” the Rhineland-Palatinate intelligence agency wrote. Because of contacts between the Rhineland-Palatinate’s Agency for the Protection of the Constitution (comparable to Shin Bet) and local companies, “illegal exports and the reputational damage” for the businesses could be prevented, the agency wrote. It is unclear how many attempts the Islamic Republic made to illegally secure technology and goods in Rhineland-Palatinate.

The German state of Baden-Württemberg said in its intelligence report in connection with the development of “nuclear, chemical and biological weapons programs” that “Iran is not, according to current knowledge, in a position to produce certain construction material, for example, gas ultracentrifgues. The country must procure essential parts and components from its allies or in the West. In addition to vacuum technology, there is special interest in machine tools, high speed cameras, and climate test control chambers.”

In response to the Federal intelligence report on Tehran’s proliferation activities, Israel’s ambassador, Yakov Hadas-Handelsman, told the Berlin daily Tagesspiegel‘s investigative journalist Frank Jansen last week: “With a view to the nuclear deal with Iran, we see, once again, that our suspicion was confirmed, which is also shared by the German side: It is not enough to trust the regime in Tehran.”

Meanwhile, on Friday, the deputy head of the Revolutionary Guards, Brig.-Gen. Hossein Salami, said the Islamic Republic has more than 100,000 missiles in Lebanon ready for the “annihilation” of Israel. Salami’s speech, in which he also said Iran has “tens of thousands” of rockets to destroy the “accursed black dot” of Israel, was translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI).

According to North Rhine-Westphalia state’s domestic intelligence report for 2015, Iran made 141 attempts to secure technology for proliferation, up from 83 attempts in 2014. Ninety percent of the illegal-procurement attempts were for the development of nuclear-weapon devices and missile launchers, the agency said.

Iran’s illicit proliferation work mainly targeted the highly industrialized western German states where many advanced engineering and technology companies are located. The eight German states where Iranian agents sought nuclear and missile merchandise are Hamburg, Saarland, Baden-Württemberg, Schleswig-Holstein, Bavaria, Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate.

Germany’s Federal domestic intelligence agency said in its newest report in late June that Iran’s “illegal proliferation-sensitive procurement activities in Germany registered by the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution persisted in 2015 at what is, even by international standards, a quantitatively high level. This holds true in particular with regard to items which can be used in the field of nuclear technology.”

The agency said there was “a further increase in the already considerable procurement efforts in connection with Iran’s ambitious missile technology program, which could, among other things, potentially serve to deliver nuclear weapons. Against this backdrop, it is safe to expect that Iran will continue its intensive procurement activities in Germany using clandestine methods to achieve its objectives.”

The five German states that have not released their 2015 intelligence reports are Saxony-Anhalt, Hesse, Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Thuringia.

The state of Saxony cited the Islamic Republic’s espionage targeting opposition exile Iranians. According to the report, German authorities arrested an Iranian citizen in October 2015 who was suspected of spying for Tehran.

The reports covering Iran’s pursuit of biological and chemical weapons appear to be the most recent confirmation that its programs are still active.

In response to the German Federal intelligence report, US Sen. Mark Kirk of Illinois said on Thursday: “I strongly opposed the flawed nuclear deal because Iran would keep cheating, as shown by Iran’s numerous ballistic missile tests aimed at threatening Israel, and now by the German intelligence report on Iran’s aggressive efforts to secretly buy nuclear and missile technology.

“It’s long past due for the [US] administration to stop giving Iran more and more economic concessions and to start holding Iran’s terror-sponsoring regime fully accountable for its violations. And it’s time for Congress to vote on my Iran Terrorism & Human Rights Sanctions Act of 2016 and [New Hampshire] Senator [Kelly] Ayotte’s Iran Ballistic Missile Sanctions Act of 2016,” he continued.

 

 

 

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