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Old 10-29-2009, 06:08 PM
Fahrenheit 912 Fahrenheit 912 is offline
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Default Re: 1918 Spanish Flu a Biological Warfare Agent?

Originally Posted by galexander View Post
So now Mueller is telling us two separate things.

First the Americans accidently infected themselves during WWI and military usage is not necessarily implied.

Second the Americans infected German soldiers deliberately as an act of biological warfare but then ultimately the virus backfired on themselves along with the rest of the world.

But just a minute, both these scenarios cannot be correct at the same time.

And is 'Heinrich Mueller' the same as 'Heinrich Müller' the head of the Gestapo. I was sure Mueller was Dutch.

I don"t see any real inconsistencies here.... Troops that were infected towards the end of the war were re-stationed back in the states in places like Fort Riley, Kansas. After an initial incubation period, the disease re-emerged in isolated areas at first, and then spread like wildfire, decimating populations around the world...

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