Operations Big Buzz, Big Itch, and Drop Kick

Operation Big Buzz Operation Big Itch Operation Drop Kick US military lies about biological warfare during the Korean War led directly to the creation of MKULTRA. Captured US pilots confessed to dropping infected flies, fleas, and spiders over civilian populations in Korea. The US government denied the charges as propaganda that our brave soldiers would only repeat under the influence of communist mind control. MKULTRA began as an effort to "catch up with" the alleged mind control technology of the Soviets and Chinese. http://www.worldheritage.org/articles/Operation_Big_Buzz https://www.savannahnow.com/story/news/2021/02/04/big-buzz-mosquito-experiment-savannah-blacks-distrust-covid-vaccine-tuskegee-fear/4314322001/ http://thesmokinggun.com/documents/bizarre/army-report-on-weaponized-mosquitoes-173896 https://www.ajc.com/news/nation-world/black-savannahians-haunted-by-memory-of-mosquito-experiment/XQKXVGK3MJEHDEMFIDRVRHIPYI/

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