By Larry Poupard on March 15th, 2007 on Voices.Yahooo.com
During WWII, a few of the German scientists began to do research on the soft tissue of many different types of animals. They found that the soft tissue found in most types of cattle is very similar to that of humans.
In 1945, the United States Government brought many German scientists to the US in a project that was called Operation Paperclip. The purpose of this program was to make sure that the knowledge of these scientists did not fall into the hands of the Soviet Union. Many of the scientists that were brought to this country were the same scientists that conducted inhumane research on prisoners in concentration camps.
Throughout the late 1940's and all through the 1950's, these scientists were under military watch and were instructed to work on many various projects. Some of these projects became fruitful and ended up leading to NASA, the ICBM project, and cures for various diseases. By the beginning of the Sixties, many of these scientists has been released into the general populace to work on their own projects. Even though they were considered as independent researchers, they were still semi-protected by the military.
The first reported cases of cattle mutilation in the United States were in the early 1960's in Pennsylvania and Kansas. By the end of the decade, reports had begun to spread around the country.
During a cattle mutilation, the soft tissue and soft organs of the animal are cut out, and taken. During the first few years of reports, rough incision marks could be seen in the area surrounding where the tissue had been extracted. Today, no incision mark can be seen which leads many to believe that lasers are used in the vivisection.
In FBI agent Kenneth Rommel's report on cattle mutilations in 1979, he stated that the mutilations had become, "more professional in nature and execution since the first report." He concluded that the responsible party or parties had learned better techniques for covering their tracks since they had begun.
In Rommel's report, he stated that he did believe that in most cases of mutilation, the same party had been responsible. He also noted that the military had not been very supportive of his investigation. Rommel requested that a formal investigation be made into why the military had not been more forthcoming with information. The request was denied.
During the release of the Freedom of Information Act, many of the documents that pertained to Operation Paperclip were released. The military has always held that many of the projects of the Operation would never be released. It was also made clear that certain experiments were ongoing under the guise of the military.
In 1974, a report was released by the FDA that proved that the soft tissue of cattle had the exact same reactions to high levels of radiation as human tissue. According to Rommel's report, cattle mutilation reports jumped by 185% from 1972-1975. He never made this connection in his report. It can be easily inferred that the FDA report and escalation of reports can coincide.
Another connection that he did not make in his report was that many of the cattle mutilations at this time were done around government testing sites, or nuclear facilities. During this period of three years, only fifteen percent of cattle mutilation happened outside of a hundred miles of any government or nuclear facility.
A further look into the theory of, "protected Operation Paperclip testing," shows up from the years of 1986-1994.
In 1986, one of the major news stories was the Chernobyl disaster. The cloud from the fallout circled the globe for at least eight years. During this period, we find that the amount of cattle mutilations skyrocketed. Previously, an average of 600 identifiable cases of cattle mutilation had been reported a year. From 1986 to 1994, over two thousand cases were reported a year.
I decided to look into this further a few years ago. Through state records of mutilations, I was able to plot the dates and locations of mutilation during this time period. There was a definite pattern that started in the Western US, and ended in the Eastern US every few months. It was a wave of mutilations that started at one end of the country, and ended on the other.
I was then able to find the path of the fallout cloud over the US. Many universities have the map of the path somewhere in their science department.
The fallout cloud did not end up over the US until the end of 1986. It would spend about two months going over the nation, and then be over non-US soil for about five months before returning.
If you were to overlay dated maps of the mutilations, and of the fallout cloud, the paths match with 97% accuracy. Only three percent of the mutilations either did not correspond in date or location.
In the years after the dissipation of the Chernobyl fallout cloud, cattle mutilation reports plummeted in the US until the turn of the millennium. Currently, the rate of around 2000 cases of cattle mutilation a year has resumed. This corresponds with the outbreaks of mad cow disease. Cattle mutilation has also since become more prevalent in France, England, and Canada. These are all locations of severe mad cow's disease outbreaks.
The final question that is left is very easy to answer. Qui Bono? Who benefits?
If the military were to release that a protected arm of theirs were doing research on disease and radiation in cows, what would happen to the US cattle industry? A collapse of the cattle and beef industry in the US would cost taxpayers billions to support the needy farmers.
Also, questions would arise about what other types of work was being done behind the scenes. It is much easier for the military to hide behind an, "I don't know," then to be exposed by a, "Yes."