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The Anthrax Vaccine and Gulf War Illness

Gulf War soldiers marchingStory Highlights
  • In anticipation of biological warfare, military personnel were given the anthrax vaccine during the 1990s Gulf War.
  • After their service, Gulf War veterans suffered a wide range of debilitating symptoms that became known as the Gulf War illness or “Gulf War Syndrome.”
  • There were numerous concerns regarding the safety of the anthrax vaccine, which is considered by many to have been a major cause of Gulf War illness.

In the early nineties, the United States speculated that Iraq’s Saddam Hussein had the capability of using biological weapons against military coalition forces in the Gulf War.1 In response to this potential threat, military personnel from the U.S. and other countries were given several  non-traditional vaccines, including anthrax vaccine, in addition to yellow fever, typhoid, hepatitis B, pertussis and other vaccinations routinely given to soldiers.2

U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) officials considered anthrax to be a likely organism that could be weaponized and a licensed anthrax vaccine had been stockpiled for emergency use since 1987.3 Military personnel from the United Kingdom also were given vaccines for anthrax, the plague and pertussis and Canadian military personnel received similar combinations.

U.S forces received experimental drugs, such as pyridostigmine bromide, and a different battery of vaccines, including anthrax vaccine and botulinum toxoid vaccine.1 No previous deployment in U.S. history had involved vaccination of large numbers of soldiers against biological agents.1

Gulf War Illness

Shortly after their service in the Gulf War in 1990-1991, returning American soldiers and civilian workers reported that they were suffering from debilitating symptoms such as severe fatigue, joint and nerve pain, headaches, memory loss, gastrointestinal issues, insomnia and respiratory and neurological disorders.4 This cluster of acute and chronic multi-symptom illness affecting veterans of the Gulf War became known as the Gulf War illness or “Gulf War Syndrome.”4

A 2014 report by the U.S Department of Veterans Affairs concluded that Gulf War illness has been consistently reported in all studies of the health of Gulf War veterans. The syndrome has been documented to affect about 25-30 percent of Gulf War veterans, which is approximately 175,000 to 250,000 of the 700,000 U.S. troops deployed in the war.5 According to the report:

Studies published since 2008 continue to document poorer general health status and greater disability among Gulf War veterans than in contemporary veterans who did not deploy to the Gulf. Despite the extensive number of studies conducted with Gulf War veterans in the 23 years since Desert Storm, medical surveillance in this population remains seriously inadequate.5

The initial argument by government health officials seeking to explain the pattern of symptoms associated with Gulf War illness was that the symptoms were a result of stress psychological trauma suffered by the troops. However, more convincing evidence pointed to a combination of pharmaceutical, chemical and environmental exposures5 and the safety of the anthrax vaccine was prominently questioned because of continuing reports of a high number of serious reactions among those given the six dose series of anthrax shots. A GAO report in 2002 found that 85 percent of the troops given the mandatory anthrax shot reported reactions and that 16 percent had either left the military or changed their status in part because of the mandatory anthrax vaccination program.6

Off-Label Use of Anthrax Vaccine by U.S. Soldiers

Anthrax is a serious bacterial infection but is not contagious. It is usually contracted through direct exposure to an infected animal or animal waste products in contaminated soil when the bacteria enter the bloodstream of a person through a skin wound or by swallowing or inhaling anthrax spores. If left untreated with antibiotics, lethal toxins from the anthrax bacteria multiply in the body and can kill up to 20 percent of those infected.7

At the time of the Gulf War, BioPort Corporation, now Emergent Biosolutions, was the exclusive manufacturer of anthrax vaccine (BioThrax) supplied to soldiers8 and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had licensed BioThrax vaccine as effective based on evidence against cutaneous anthrax (acquired through the skin).9 However, there was no evidence for effectiveness against aerosol (inhaled) exposure, which is the weaponized form of anthrax that military personnel would be exposed to in a bioterrorism attack, and so the FDA had not licensed BioThrax as effective against inhalation anthrax.3

Therefore, when the DoD ordered that anthrax vaccine be given to soldiers heading to the Gulf War, as well as other military personnel during the 1990’s and early 2000s, it was an “off-label” (experimental) use of the vaccine.10 It violated the licensed use authorized by the FDA and published in the approved vaccine manufacturer’s package insert.3

This licensing issue was specifically highlighted in 1995 in a letter written to the vaccine’s first manufacturer, the Michigan Department of Health,11 from the director of the army’s Medical Chemical and Biological Defense Research Program stating that…

This vaccine is not licensed for aerosol exposure expected in a biological warfare environment.”3 Moreover, another report released by the Department of Defense’s anthrax project manager noted that, “protecting service members from aerosol exposure to anthrax can only legally be done if the FDA licenses the vaccine for that specific schedule and indication.3

Although individual physicians may legally use licensed vaccines for off-label uses in some circumstances, the physician is responsible for assessing presumed “off-label” benefits against potential risks for each individual given the vaccine.3 However, with mandatory vaccination programs, the risk-benefit decisions that should typically be made by the physician is eliminated. Therefore, under U.S. law mandatory vaccination programs  are not supposed to use experimental (investigational) vaccines but only those vaccines that have been licensed by the FDA for approved indications.3 

Questions About Squalene in the Anthrax Vaccine

There were several reports in the 1990s that some experimental anthrax vaccines given to American soldiers during the Gulf War contained squalene—an oil based adjuvant that hyper-stimulates an immune response.  Squalene adjuvants were not licensed for use in the U.S. at that time, and there was evidence that  squalene-containing vaccines used in other parts of the world had been linked to severe brain and immune system dysfunction.12 Although the FDA states that aluminum hydroxide was the adjuvant used in the anthrax vaccine and not squalene, the FDA has confirmed that lab tests may reveal the presence of squalene.13

Interestingly, a study published in Experimental and Molecular Pathology in 2002 demonstrated that that the production of anti-squalene antibodies in patients with Gulf War illness is linked to the presence of squalene in certain lots of anthrax vaccine.14

A document on the FDA’s website notes:

Because of the difficulty of removing squalene-containing fingerprint oils from laboratory glassware, it is hard to know whether the squalene is truly present in some lots of the vaccine or is introduced by the testing process itself. DOD, FDA, and several civilian advisory committees agree that squalene at such low levels has no adverse health consequences.12

The National Vaccine Information Center  (NVIC) has argued that squalene adjuvants have not been tested in comparison to placebos in large trials published in scientific journals. Moreover, there are no studies specifically evaluating cellular, molecular and DNA changes in the body after squalene-adjuvant vaccines have been administered.12

The inclusion of squalene adjuvants in some lots of anthrax vaccine may have been authorized under section 564 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, which allows the FDA Commissioner to approve unapproved medical products or unapproved uses of approved medical products to be used in “an emergency” to diagnose, treat, or prevent serious or life-threatening diseases or conditions caused by chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threat agents when there are no adequate, approved, and available alternatives.15

DoD Mandated Anthrax Vaccine for All Military Personnel Despite Safety and Effectiveness Questions

Questions about the safety of BioThrax vaccine, as well as its effectiveness against weaponized inhalation anthrax, were growing long before the DoD decided to not only continue giving anthrax vaccine to soldiers fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan, but also to expand the vaccination program to all U.S. military personnel and DoD civilian contractors. In 1996, in anticipation of mandating the widespread use of the anthrax vaccine in the military, BioPort Corporation submitted an investigational new drug application (IND) to the FDA to expand the approved indications for the vaccine to include (1) aerosol exposure to the insert; (2) switching to intramuscular injection and  (3) reducing the number of doses.3

On Dec. 15 1997, the Clinton administration decided to initiate the Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program (AVIP), which made the anthrax vaccine mandatory for all 2.5 million active duty U.S. service personnel.3 A few weeks prior to the launch of the AVIP, Secretary of Defense William Cohen held up a five-pound bag of sugar on national television warning the public that if the bag did indeed contain anthrax, it could kill half of the population of Washington, DC.3

In March 1998, Secretary Cohen was publicly given the anthrax vaccine after which mandatory anthrax vaccinations began for all military personnel and DoD civilian contractors.3

This decision for mass vaccination was made despite the fact that the FDA had not yet approved any changes to the vaccine manufacturer’s package insert.3 In a report published in the American Journal for Public Health, the author Meryl Nass MD wrote:

Six months after the IND was filed, but before any supporting data to amend the original license was submitted to the FDA, the assistant secretary of defense for health affairs, Dr. Stephen Joseph, asked the acting deputy commissioner of the FDA, Dr. Michael Friedman, for a go-ahead to use the vaccine, thus skirting the FDA’s normal regulatory procedures for amending a vaccine license. Less than 2 weeks into his new position, Friedman wrote back, “While there is a paucity of data regarding the effectiveness of Anthrax Vaccine for prevention of inhalation anthrax, the current package insert does not preclude this use.” However, Friedman’s words merely expressed his personal opinion and did not comply with the requirements of the Code of Federal Regulations for amending the vaccine’s label; therefore, they provided no legally acceptable justification for the vaccine’s off-label use.3

In June 2001, there was an announcement made that there would be a “slow down” of the AVIP. Interestingly, the FDA had not released any more anthrax vaccine supplies in over a year. DoD announced that the only groups scheduled to receive the anthrax vaccine were the same two groups originally receiving the vaccine before DoD broadened the program in 1998: research laboratory personnel at high risk for anthrax exposure and active Special Forces troops.3

After Sept. 11, 2001 and Anthrax Letter Bombs: Calls for Expanded Military and Civilian Anthrax Vaccinations

When the terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington, DC occurred on Sept. 11, 2001, they were almost immediately followed by the release of anthrax-contaminated mail in the U.S. postal system, and there were calls for expanded use of anthrax vaccine not only in the military but also some suggested the vaccine also should be given to the civilian population.16

NVIC was among the groups and individuals that questioned the use of the reactive anthrax vaccine by large numbers of American civilians, pointing out there were logistical problems for anyone attempting to launch a successful bioterrorism attack using weaponized anthrax (or smallpox) on the U.S. population, which would require the failure of both extra internal and external homeland security measures put in place after 9-11.17

Judge Issues Temporary Ban on Mandatory Anthrax Vaccination of U.S. Troops

In March 2003, a lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court in Washington, DC on behalf of U.S. military personnel and DoD civilian contractors forced to get BioThrax vaccinations, asking the Court to declare the vaccine “experimental.”18 In October 2004, U.S. District Court Judge Emmet G. Sullivan ruled that it was “illegal” for the federal government to mandate anthrax vaccinations, which by then had been given to more than 1.2 million troops since 1998.19 

Judge Sullivan issued an injunction banning the Pentagon from forcing military personnel serving in Iraq, Afghanistan, South Korea and parts of Asia and Africa from being required to get anthrax shots without their informed consent until the FDA adequately reviewed and licensed the vaccine.

Congress has prohibited the administration of investigational drugs to service members without their consent,” Sullivan said. “This Court will not permit the government to circumvent this requirement.” Sullivan wrote, “The men and women of our armed forces deserve the assurance that the vaccines our government compels them to take into their bodies have been tested by the greatest scrutiny of all—public scrutiny. This is the process the FDA in its expert judgment has outlined, and this is the course this court shall compel FDA to follow.19 

In 2006, the Pentagon resumed mandatory anthrax vaccinations of troops after the FDA pronounced BioThrax vaccine as “safe and effective,” including against inhalation anthrax.20

Proposed Pediatric Anthrax Vaccine Trial

In March 2013, BioThrax manufacturer, Emergent Biosolutions, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) proposed to conduct clinical trials of anthrax vaccine on American infants and children. According to an article in Nature, “Interest in a vaccination campaign was spurred by a 2011 modelling exercise, ‘Dark Zephyr’, which found that a release of anthrax spores in a city the size of San Francisco, California, would compel officials to vaccinate 7.6 million people—including 1.7 million individuals under age 18.”

The Alliance for Human Protection, along with NVIC and other health safety groups, opposed the trials, citing the vaccine’s poor safety record, including many documented cases of brain and immune system damage suffering by military personnel in the Gulf War.21 

Within a week, bioethicists with the US President’s Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues, also advised against proceeding with the proposed pediatric clinical trials, stating that until a bioterror attack occurs, tests of anthrax vaccine or other anti-bioterrorism “countermeasures” should not pose risks greater than those that a child might encounter in daily life or during a routine pediatric checkup.


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U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs. Vaccinations and Gulf War Veterans. Mar. 28, 2017.
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Null G. Gulf War Syndrome: US Veterans Suffering from Multiple Debilitating Symptoms. Global Research Feb. 19, 2016.
Research Advisory Committee on Gulf War Veterans Illness. Gulf War Illness and the Health of Gulf War Veterans: Research Update and Recommendations, 2009-2013. U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs 2014.
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“Direct Order”–Soldiers Ordered to Take Anthrax Vaccine. The Vaccine Reaction July 15, 2016.
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La Vigne P. FDA Approves Experimental H5N1 Bird Flu Vaccine with Reactive AS03 Adjuvant for U.S. Stockpile. NVIC.org 2013.
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14 Responses to The Anthrax Vaccine and Gulf War Illness

  1. Alicia Reply

    May 10, 2017 at 4:04 pm


    This is an excerpt from the Snowshoe Documentary film: Mycoplasma – Dr. Garth Nicolson-microbiologist, https://youtu.be/7W4tu5qgaWA (Approx 11 min) This film is available in it’s entirety at the You Tube link below:
    Biological Warfare – Experiments on the American People
    https: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QJo3…
    More information on this subject in further in-depth detail is available and at:
    See also: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sT25HhAVhhU&app=desktop This is much longer – approx. 1 hour, but much more in depth.
    “Cancer, AIDS, Weaponized Mycoplasmas & Gulf War Illness.

    Prof. Garth Nicolson’s hypothesis is straightforward: “The emergence of new illnesses and an increase in the incidence rate of previously described signs & symptoms are due to our toxic environment & the purposeful development & testing of Weapons of Mass Destruction.” Dr. Nicolson heads the Institute for Molecular Medicine. He spoke at the 9th Common Cause Medical Research Foundation Conference, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada on Aug. 29-31, 2008.”

    The following is a very sad and troubling account about the connection between Myco and Gulf War Syndrome: http://www.omsj.org/authors/gulf-war-syndrome-killing-our-own “In 1997, After extensive study of Gulf veterans’ ailments, Dr. Garth Nicolson, a specialist in cell biology and biochemistry and a professor of internal medicine and pathology at the University of Texas Medical School in Houston, estimated that 100,000 Americans had become sick from Gulf War syndrome. This number included both soldiers and members of their immediate families. He pointed out that although Gulf War syndrome is not a universal disease, there are entire units which have become sick. This suggests that the illness is associated with exact locations within the region, suggesting a vaccine and/or chemical weapon components to the illness.

    Nicolson stressed that in addition to affecting Americans, Gulf War syndrome had taken its toll on others who participated in the coalition forces. As of 1997, 27 of the 28 coalition nations had claimed that they have numerous sick veterans, as well as sick members of veterans’ families. This is especially true in England, where at that time, between 1200 and over 3500 Gulf War vets were afflicted with the syndrome, referred to as desert fever in that country. Many Gulf vet families in Britain sued their government after having had deformed children, and it was reported that at least one ex-soldier has requested a vasectomy because he was terrified of having any more children with problems. France did not report Gulf War illnesses as of 1997, possibly because they did not immunize their troops with experimental vaccines, or because they treated them with the antibiotic doxycycline prior to active service.”

    This same site states: “An article in 2003 in a French laboratory points out the cause of a specific illness called macrophagic myofascitis noted by ‘diffuse myalgias and chronic fatigue syndrome’. It is noted that an aluminum adjuvant in vaccines is known to cause this condition. One third of these patients develop autoimmune disorders such as Multiple Sclerosis. ‘Multiple vaccinations performed over a short period of time in the Persian Gulf area have been recognized as the main risk factor for Gulf War syndrome. Moreover, the war vaccine against anthrax, which is administered in a 6-shot regimen and seems to be crucially involved, is adjuvanted by aluminum hydroxide and, possibly, squalene, another Th-2 adjuvant.’”

    Written by the Office of Medical and Scientific Justice and substantiating this further: http://www.whale.to/vaccine/cantwell2.html “One factor common to all the troops is that they were given experimental and potentially dangerous drugs and vaccines employed to protect them against Iraqi chemical and biowarfare agents. As early as December 1990, there were warnings about using our servicemen as medical guinea pigs. In an unprecedented legal decision, the FDA allowed the Pentagon to give unapproved drugs and vaccines without requiring consent of the soldiers. Claiming security reasons, the Pentagon also refused to identify the types or the number of drugs and injections they forced the troops to take.

    An angry serviceman stationed in Saudi Arabia maintained his civil rights were violated, and sued the government in January 1991. Ever since the post World War II Nuremberg trials, which convicted many top-ranking Nazis for crimes against human nature, it has been unethical and unlawful to use people as guinea pigs in experiments without their informed consent. This legal requirement was waived when the lawsuit was dismissed by U.S. District Judge Stanley S. Harris, who cited the necessity of the military to protect the health of its troops.

    Soldiers who rejected the injections were given them forcibly. Physicians who refused to cooperate with the military’s experimental vaccine program were treated harshly. Army reservist Dr. Yolanda Huet-Vaughn protested it was her duty under the Nuremberg Code of Justice not to vaccinate personnel with experimental vaccines without their consent. At Huet-Vaughn’s court-martial trial, a military judge ignored these considerations of international law and medical ethics, and sentenced the mother of three children to 30 months in prison. Under pressure from activist groups, the doctor was released from military prison after serving eight months.

    Nicholson obviously had tremendous pressure put on him and his lab was threatened with being shut down frequently. All of this is explained in the book Project Day Lily.
    The pdf goes through all the symptoms of Mycoplasma, but they are remarkably similar to Lyme. The troubling issue is they lack a cell wall which makes many types of antibiotics ineffective. There are over 100 known species of which approximately 6 are known to be troublesome to humans. They prefer a low oxygen environment and live inside cells which evade the immune system. They are obtained by fluid exchange and are easily spread via air.

    90% of evaluated ALS patients had Mycoplasma. 100% of ALS patients with Gulf War Syndrome had Mycoplasma and nearly all of those were specifically the weaponized M. fermentans incognitus.

    *One of the hallmark symptoms of Mycoplasma is fatigue*

  2. Veteran Mom Reply

    May 7, 2017 at 11:47 pm

    Just a nit-picking style note. The term “soldier” refers to personnel serving with the Army. It is not a term for military personnel serving in other branches, who should be referred to in the generic as military personnel or as troops, per AP guidelines.

    It’s a common mistake, but one that wrongly presumes that sailors, marines, airmen, and coast guardsmen are soldiers, when they are not. Given that plenty of military personnel other than and including soldiers have suffered the effects of Gulf War Syndrome, it would be a sign of respect to edit the article to reflect this fact.

  3. t moore Reply

    May 7, 2017 at 7:18 am

    I also took the vaccine and did not appear to suffer any issues from it. I think I am lucky in that my flight surgeon was a very good friend of mine and counseled me. He said the vaccine itself was most likely o.k. but that the regimen was not. The military was dictating the 6 shot regimen be given at 2 week intervals which he felt kind of overloaded the system. On his advise, I took it but made myself unavailable for repeated inoculations on the tight schedule that he felt overloaded the immune system. I had my shot regimen two months apart and had no adverse effects.

  4. Mark whitney Reply

    May 4, 2017 at 4:53 am

    Ok , so what do the want to do now . that it’s to late for us, or is there something that can reverse the symptoms

  5. Michael A Lopez Reply

    May 2, 2017 at 8:04 pm

    I am a retired SFC/ E-7 retired Combat Wounded Veteran.
    My men and I received half of the Anthrax Vaccine for the proportion of our deployment.
    We had to sign a form to take it, because of the controversy of the drug. That we would receive an Article 15 of we refused.
    I was involved in an IED explosion buried in a culvert 6 ft. beneath us. I love with acid from my stomach coming job they my esophagus. My digestive system doesn’t work properly and my eye’s all the sudden dry out and become very sticky all the time. I go days without a bowel movement. They say my red blood cells are smaller than usual. They’ve done several tests, yet tell me nothing.

    • Lisa Reply

      May 15, 2017 at 10:20 pm

      Mr. Lopez and anyone else damaged by the Anthrax.
      First thank you for your service.
      Please seek out a functional medicine provider: Cleveland Clinic or others around the country will be able to slowly detox you, heal you.
      My heart breaks that you were forced to get this vaccine.

  6. Greg Fanin Reply

    May 1, 2017 at 7:57 pm

    took the whole regimen; December 1990; right after Christmas day and stayed in a hospital bed for 3 to 5 days; it was over a month before I felt like ‘duty’. Several others were with me and several told me ‘for awhile we thought you were a gone -er’ GF

  7. Paul Watts Reply

    May 1, 2017 at 9:40 am

    I was serving in UK Armed forces during the Gulf and was told that I had to have a Plague vaccine.. I along with hundreds of my unit 16/5 Lancers took it as standard, well it complete wiped me out for 4 days ( fever vomiting high temp) a few days later I asked a nurse friend about this vacine and was told that it had not been passed by the WHO , so when I went to get the further course I asked the question and was told I could refuse it ( now in the Brit Army I had never been told that before) so I was not given the further courses
    I don’t think I have any illness relating to Gulf War Syndrome but many people I have served with do have various symptoms I’m so glad I never fully participated in the remaining inoculations

  8. Colorado Reply

    May 1, 2017 at 8:11 am

    Mandatory vaccinations are why I did not join the armed services, otherwise I would have felt very proud to participate. It does not make sense that the bravest people should have the least medical liberty.

  9. John Vermeulen Reply

    May 1, 2017 at 6:28 am

    Absolutely Disgusting! Once again members of the Military were made Guinea Pigs by our Government for an untested and unproven pharmaceutical product of questionable effectiveness. Given that past US Military Doctrine was to go Nuclear in the event of a foreign Chemical or Biological attack…what was the benefit of such an odious policy? Importantly the Taxpayers will be on the financial hook for an ever growing number of sick and dying Veterans along with survivor benefits paid to their surviving spouses?

    Where is the Accountability on the part of our US Military Medical Corp Officers? I think we are to have ethical policies on the part of our Military we must start holding the Officers authorizing these practices accountable. Perhaps we might want to have Investigations Conducted of these Officers for violations of the UCMJ for crimes such as “Conduct Unbecoming” along with “Cruelty and Maltreatment” of our Troops. If this happens no matter what Administration they serve under, if they engage in Malfeasance and Investigated and Prosecuted it will send a Message that this type of unethical behavior will not be tolerated any longer. These so called Medical Officers aka the “Leadership” engaged in conduct very risky to our Troops, but also forgot about their obligation to the Taxpayers.

  10. Sara Boyd Reply

    May 1, 2017 at 6:22 am

    I am a victim of the mandatory Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program. I was forced to retire after ten years of active duty service. I received multiple anthrax inoculations, some of which I have the lot numbers for and others I don’t even have record of. I am suffering from Gulf War Illness without ever stepping foot in the Gulf. It has become increasenly more difficult to get proper care and even a diagnosis. I put together a non-profit called Operation Truth – Gulf War Suffering Unite to bring awareness of GWI, while raising funds to hire the lawyers we need to gain the benefits we deserve. Thank you so much for this amazing piece of literature. With your permission I would like to place this info on Operation Truth’s website. We are in the early stages of development and we are compiling as much evidence as we can. Any advice for my new endeavor would be much accepted. Thank you again for your support and have a great week.

    Thank you,


    • Candy Donald Reply

      May 11, 2017 at 1:27 am

      Hello Sara Boyd

      I am a gulf war veteran who also had to take the anthrax vaccine. I got 4 of the 6 shots after returning from Iraq I ETSed five months later. But right after returning I was diagnosed with asthma/ bronchitis as well hair loss now called scarring alopecia. After 14 years later I still having unexplained troubles with my body/health all because of the anthrax and the burn pits exposure. I would love to help you in anyway to get this info out to the public and get evidence for attorneys to help us all get the benefits we truly deserve. I would love to talk with you about this matter further about this please email me or call 931-301-1729. The wider we spread this thing the better. Thanks Sincerely Candy Donald

  11. Jay Thomas Reply

    May 1, 2017 at 1:36 am

    Desert Storm Combat Veteran

    • George Wade Reply

      May 7, 2017 at 1:13 pm

      I have seen Vaccine Syndrome by Scott Miller and read BioHazard by Colonel Ken Alibek: something incoherent is going on between the promise of health and security of the vaccine and reality.

      The Russian team that found the most virulent anthrax and Genetically Modified it to be resistant to any vaccine as well as most antibiotics: must be feeling that they do not need to go to war with us; we do a much better job of destroying our own forces — ourselves. That is how effective the system of the Vaccine Goldmine is in delivering payment for 5 shots for every new service person + 1 booster a year for everybody.

      I am Canadian and am working on getting this to the attention of the Vaxxed movement. The magic word ‘Vaccine’ keeps us asleep while the Anthrax attack advances to the toxic stage; when it is too late to take anti-biotics. Much too great an invitiation to deranged people.

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