Wednesday, June 06, 2012

The NWO Wants The World To Smell A Lot Worse

US military malodorant missiles kick up a stink

"IMAGINE being hit by a smell worse than anything you've ever encountered. It combines the reek of sewage with pungent rotting meat. It is nauseating, and so intense that you rush for the door. That is what it would be like to experience a malodorant - a non-lethal weapon being developed by the US to drive targets out into the open.

The use of chemical agents in war is banned under the international Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC). Even compounds often used by police, such as tear gas, are prohibited in war.

But the US Department of Defense (DoD) thinks it has found a loophole that will allow superpowered stink bombs to be added to the US military arsenal.

According to Kelly Hughes, spokesman for the DoD's Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program, the CWC prohibits some temporarily disabling compounds on the basis of whether they activate the trigeminal nerve when people are exposed to it - those that do are classed as riot-control agents (RCA). The nerve conveys sensation from the face, cheeks and jaw, but does not control smell.

"If a particular malodorant is disseminated with a concentration that does not activate the trigeminal nerve, it may not require designation as an RCA under the CWC," says Hughes.

Stink bombs do not cause injury, but the intense, unfamiliar foul smells affect the amygdala and trigger an unthinking fear reaction that causes the target to flee. This has led to a long history of Pentagon interest in malodorants, but little has come of it (New Scientist, 7 July 2001, p 42). Now, regardless of whether the loophole is real, the DoD is moving ahead with developing stink bombs."


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hmm, there is something fishy about this.

7/6/12 1:01 AM  

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