Prepare yourself for this one folks! The diabolical commitment and sheer tenacity that the powers-of-the-old-world-order will display is abhorrant! I mean, rooftop sprayers? Really?

chem trailsThrough dozens of Freedom of
Information Act requests, sociologist,
Dr. Lisa Martino-Taylor uncovered
declassified military documents
describing the spraying of zinc
cadmium sulfide with radioactive
particles on a daily basis, for several
years during the 1950s and 1960s.In St Louis, the sprayers were mounted
on the rooftops of high rise buildings. In
Texas, similar tests were conducted but
the toxins were dispersed by military jets
from the air and by station wagons on
the ground.

These tests were conducted on an unwitting
public. The Cold War cover story was that
the Army was testing “smokescreens to
protect cities from a Russian attack.”

The highest concentration of this compound
was sprayed on a low-income Pruitt-Igoe
housing project in St. Louis Missouri that was
home to 10,000 people, of which 70% were
estimated to be under the age of 12.

The stated purpose of relentlessly spraying
the inhabitants of Pruitt-Igoe with radioactive
toxins morning, noon and night was so that
the military could study its effects of their
lungs. However, no follow-up study was ever
done.

In 1972, after years of crime, poverty and
decline, the government demolished the
Pruitt-Igoe housing project, which incidentally,
was designed by Minoru Yamasaki, the same
architect as the World Trade Center towers.

Alexandra Bruce