--- Carmelo Ruiz <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Date: Thu, 3 Nov 2005
> Subject: New book on biowarfare
> Biowarfare: Who Poses the Threat
> 'BIOWARFARE and TERRORISM'
> by Francis A. Boyle
> Foreword by Jonathan King, M.I.T.
> This book outlines how and why the United States
> government initiated, sustained and then
> expanded an illegal biological arms buildup.
> Most significantly, U.S. expert Francis A. Boyle
> reveals how the new billion-dollar U.S. Chemical and
> Biological Defense Program has been reorientated to
> accord with the Neo-Conservative pre-emptive strike
> agenda-this time by biological and chemical warfare.
> Linking U.S. biowarfare development to the October
> 2001 anthrax attack on Congress-the most significant
> political attack on the constitutional functioning
> democracy in the United States in recent
> sheds new light on the motives for the attack, the
> media black hole of silence into which it has
> and why the FBI may never apprehend the perpetrators
> of this seminal political crime of the 21st century.
> Biowarfare and Terrorism should raise public concern
> at what the vastly expanded US biowarfare research
> purported civilian preparedness programs hold in
> for America-and the extent to which the Bush
> administration is prepared to pursue them,
> irrespective of their incitement to a global
> biowarfare arms race, and likely exposure of the
> American people to future accidents and reprisals.
> ISBN: 0-932863-46-9 * $12.95 2005
> About the Author
> Francis A. Boyle is a leading American professor,
> practitioner and advocate of international law. He
> responsible for drafting the Biological Weapons
> Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989, the American
> legislation for the 1972 Biological Weapons
> Convention. He served on the Board of Directors of
> Amnesty International (1988-1992), and represented
> Bosnia- Herzegovina at the World Court. Professor
> Boyle teaches international law at the University of
> Illinois, Champaign. He holds a Doctor of Law Magna
> Cum Laude as well as a Ph.D. in Political Science,
> both from Harvard University.
> JONATHAN KING is Professor of Molecular Biology at
> MIT, and an authority on the genes and proteins of
> micro-organisms. Prof. King was a founder of the
> Council for Responsible Genetics and Co-Chair of its
> Committee on the Military Use of Biological
> He has long been concerned with the social, economic
> and public health consequences of biomedical
"BALADA TRANSGENICA: Biotecnología, Globalización y el Choque de Paradigmas", por Carmelo Ruiz Marrero (251 páginas, $16.95)
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