Skip to comments.‘Germ warfare’ fear over African monkeys taken to Iran
Posted on 07/06/2008 1:58:33 AM PDT by TigerLikesRooster
Germ warfare fear over African monkeys taken to Iran
Hundreds of endangered monkeys are being taken from the African bush and sent to a secretive laboratory in Iran for scientific experiments.
An undercover inquiry by The Sunday Times has revealed that wild monkeys, which are banned from experiments in Britain, are being freely supplied in large numbers to laboratories in other parts of the world. All will undergo invasive and maybe painful experiments leading ultimately to their death.
One Tanzanian dealer, Nazir Manji, who runs African Primates, an animal-supplying company based in Dar es Salaam, said that in recent years he had been selling up to 4,000 vervet monkeys a year to laboratories, charging about £60 each.
Vervets are protected under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (Cites). Despite this they are being routinely caught and sold to any buyer prepared to pay.
(Excerpt) Read more at timesonline.co.uk ...
Was it Clancy or some other writer who supposed a fully gassed up 747 could be crashed into a joint session of Congress?
Makes you wonder where the Islamonazis find their ideas. If they can’t come up with their own, at least Clancy has an imagination they can follow.
Well, it was pretty bad...
Actually I think it was their kidneys.
Yeah, that was Clancy's Debt of Honor. Good book.
I like that idea... we kill 2 birds with one stone... so to speak. First we teach those mean meanies about how mean they are to those poor poor precious little monkies, then those mean meanies will deal with the peta girls as only muslims can.
Works for me!
Monkey kidneys, not their brains, were used in the book and are commonly used in research.
Suspicion is a good thing.
This was bound to happen when we insisted they stop experimenting on humans.
Debt of Honor came out in 1994, the year following the first WTC bombing. I have no way of knowing how long Clancy worked on the novel, but at his prodigious pace (especially back then) I doubt he worked on it for much more than a year. Ramzi Yousef and Khalid Shaikh Mohammed went in to overdrive after the failure to bring down a tower in the '93 bombing and were well along in the Bojinka plot timeline by 1994. By 11 December 1994, Yousef made his trial run with the Phillippines Airline Flight 434 bombing.
It's doubtful (as some have suggested here) that the muzzies got their ideas from Clancy.
Syria “Would Break Links With Iran” If America Steps In To Help It
The Telegraph | July 6, 2008 | By Carolynne Wheeler
Posted on 07/06/2008 7:37:39 AM PDT by Fennie
Senior Arab official warns of oil price hike if Iran attacked
[but otherwise, oil prices are gonna decline to $20, yeah right]
Xinhua Net (China) | 2008-07-06 18:34:31
Posted on 07/06/2008 5:33:40 AM PDT by Perdogg