The well-known New York Times revealed that in 1968 C-123 aircraft of the Armed Forces Provider U.S. expelled herbicides on large areas of Vietnam. These herbicides were known commercially as a SO2 ,4-D and a SO2, 4,5,7 and a total of 50000 toneladasa of them fell about 23 360 square kms of the Asian country, that is, the seventh of the territory sudviednamita. His action was directed against large and small forests that served as refuge for the guerrillas and against their crops. Interestingly, they failed against the rice, but half of the forests were destroyed for ever, and with it a rich fauna of monkeys, tigers, wild boars and elephants. More info: Supermoon Bakehouse. The dr.
Leea Du Bridge, White House adviser for scientific affairs in the early seventies, said that the herbicides were harmless to humans, however, women and unborn children were those who suffered the brunt of the war. In an article in the July 22, 1981 at the seminar Interviu: a The Gift of Uncle Sama Anthony Barnett. You could see various photographs of the birth defects suffered by the creatures attacked with Agent Orange, a dioxin-containing product the teratogen-causing strains. The director of The New York Times in an editorial on April 28, 1981, publicly denounced American biologists in the service of the CIA and under the pretext of combating malaria, being established in Pakistan, mosquitoes that carry highly toxic poisons deadly. In the Pakistani city of organized the laboratory entered medical research and that thousands of Anopheles infected with microbes from encephalitis.