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Homeland Security to conduct “biological weapons simulation test” in Oklahoma…

1:42 PM EST on November 14, 2017

Close your blinds, get out your aluminum foil and sniff some chemtrails! There's a US government backed "biological weapons simulation test" planned for the rural wilderness along the Oklahoma / Kansas state line.

Via Fox 23:

A notice in an Oklahoma newspaper set many Newkirk residents on edge.

The Department of Homeland Security announced the small town near the Kansas border will host a biological weapons simulation at the now-abandoned Chilocco Indian School.

In 2018, the department wants to release "non-hazardous, non-toxic" chemicals and biological materials on buildings in the area.

They want to see what might happen if a terrorist were to release similar chemicals as a biological weapon, and if buildings would offer residents any kind of protection.

Yeah. That's it. They want to release "non-hazardous, non-toxic" chemicals. I think we all know that's code for "biological mind control agents designed to control the population."

Naturally, the people of Newkirk are concerned:

Residents say the announcement worries them.

"I just got sick to my stomach," said Newkirk resident Dennis Jordan. "I think if they want to test that stuff, let them go to Los Alamos, you know? I think it's stupid."

I'm sure Newkirk is a beautiful place to never visit, but why would we want to risk contaminating our nuclear test sites on Los Alamos with biological warfare agents? The leftover radiation from the atomic weapons blasts may kill all the cell-destroying microbes secretly being planted by the government and then we won't learn a thing!

Plus, isn't northern Oklahoma a good place to do stuff like this? It's sparsely populated, and if something does go wrong, the environmental disaster will fit right in with man-made earthquakes, zinc mining sinkholes and lead-poisoned water.

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