Environmental and economic war (state terrorism)

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U.S. accused of creating blight killing coca plants and harming other crops
By Eric J. Lyman, San Francisco Chronicle, 4 November 1999. The coca killing fungus promoted by the U.S. to kill coca in Peru may have mutated and killed many other traditional crops, and has forced the local peasantry into poverty. The U.S. tries to deny it is responsible.
US Biological Roulette on Drugs
Jim Hogshire, Covert Action Quarterly, [June 2000]. Reearch on Fusarium Oxysporum. Because it readily mutates, it is a threat to all crops and has led countries to refuse to import U.S. crops sprayed with it. Some strains of the fungus can produce mycotoxins poisonous to humans. The tests. The ongoing ARS project begun in 1993.
Biowar in the Andes: The CIA's Next Secret Weapon—Genetic Engineering and Chemical Biological Warfare
By Andrew Cockburn, CounterPunch, 1–30 June 2000. At the Institute for Genetics in Kazakhstan, former Soviet biowarriors are being financed by the US and Britain to test mycoherbicides to eradicate coca crops. The project involves biological agents developed at Fort Detrick, Maryland, center for the US biowar program, closed in 1969.
Environmental Warfare and US Foreign Policy: The Ultimate Weapon of Mass Destruction
By Scott Gilbert, GlobalResearch.ca, 23 September 2004. Environmental warfare may sound new to some, but it has been researched extensively in military circles for ears. The HAARP Project. A super-powerful radio wave beaming technology that lifts areas of the ionosphere by focusing a beam on them and then heating them. Electromagnetic waves then bounce back onto earth and penetrate everything—living and dead.”
Tsunami bomb: NZ's devastating war secret
By Eugene Bingham, The New Zealand Herald, 11 March 2005. Top-secret wartime experiments were conducted off the coast of Auckland to perfect a tidal wave bomb. Details of the tsunami bomb, known as Project Seal, are contained in 53-year-old documents.