Could it be that the US Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) is setting in place the apparatus for triggering a false flag biological/chemical attack to be blamed on Syria or Iran? The White House claims that Syria has biological and chemical weapons and they want to send in their military to confiscate Syria’s stockpile. Russia and China are obstacles to that Zio-NATO agenda.
The testing equipment being set up by DHS in transportation systems could easily be used to carry out a false flag biological/chemical attack on US citizens to be blamed on Syria. This would justify sending in the USA-Zio-NATO military into Syria to liberate and democratize them with a superabundance of missiles, bombs, bullets, grenades, etc.
BOSTON.COM NEWS by Brock Parker Aug.27, 2012 (I’ve abbreviated the article)
The federal government Wednesday (Aug.28/12) will begin releasing bacteria at Red Line MBTA stations in Cambridge and Somerville at set times to test sensors designed to detect biological agents that could be released in a terrorist attack.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)and the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) said in a press release Monday that the harmless bacteria is non-infectious and the tests will be performed when the stations are closed.
The tests will begin Wednesday and will be held periodically over the next year at the Harvard and Porter Square stations in Cambridge and the Davis Square station in Somerville.
Biological detection sensors have been installed at the stations and the tests are being conducted in an effort to detect and minimize any impacts from an attack or accident involving hazardous biological materials in a mass transit system. (pic setting up the bacteria sensors)
…DHS and the MBTA held a public meeting in Cambridge in May to discuss the tests, and said that there was no known threat of a biological attack on subway systems in the Boston area or elsewhere, but the systems are vulnerable to such a strike.
“This detection system will be one of the first such installed in the country, and, if it proves to be effective, could serve as a model for other mass transportation venues throughout the nation and the world,” said MBTA Transit Police Chief Paul MacMillan in the joint press release Monday.
According to DHS, the bacteria that will be used is non-infectious and is approved as a food supplement. An environmental assessment of the tests planned for the MBTA stations found no significant impact on human health or the surrounding environment from the use of the testing material.