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Re: [casi] Smallpox

We're getting all this stuff about smallpox over here as well.

My wife (who was brought up under a military dictatorship) is much more cynical than I
am. She's convinced that this is all part of the campaign to soften the people up for the
invasion of Iraq.

On 13 Dec 2002 at 8:25, wrote:

> So, is there any credible intelligence that suggests that this is
> anything other than corporate welfare for the manufacturer?  And if we
> do have credible information that this may be important for "our"
> protection, (this is like a burglar wearing a bullet proof vest while
> breaking into your home) isn't it interesting that the government of
> the USA is more interested in protecting the military, and far less
> interested in protecting the citizenry?
> Priorities....
Mark Parkinson

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