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Gulf War Troops Got "Vaccine" of Nerve Gas

September 20, 2014

Gulf-War-Illness1.jpgDuring the Gulf War of 1990-91 the United States Government conducted the largest experimental drug evaluation in its history. As result, approximately 250,000 of the 697,000 U.S. veterans who served in the 1991 Gulf War are afflicted with a chronic illness. Symptoms include fatigue, muscle pain, cognitive problems, rashes and diarrhea.

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"The U.S. Government is never going to finger themselves as the culprit. The U.S. Government is never going to admit they not just exposed young American boys to the cause of Gulf War Illness, but order them to orally injest it."  - David Douthit, who became insane after receiving this "vaccine" by Veteran Affairs doctors in 2012. Yes, they are still using this nerve gas as medicine.

by David Scott Douthit


Veterans Day 2012, I was admitted to the mental ward of the Veterans Affairs hospital in Portland, Oregon. I was a physical, mental, and emotional wreck skating the precipice of suicide.

My primary complaint was,  "Change or adjust my medication or I would walk into the river."

Several months earlier I had been diagnosed with an extremely rare, potentially fatal autoimmune disorder called Myasthenia Gravis. Little did I know I was being drawn into sad saga that would reunite me with fellow Marines long forgotten. I was being administered the very same chemical --
Pyridostigmine Bromide-- that was/is responsible for the debacle known as Gulf War Illness. There is an old saying among Marines, "Old Marines never die, they just go to hell and regroup."

There is a scene about halfway through the movie "Jarhead" where Jamie Foxx playing the role of a Staff Sergeant, orders the troops to take a pill that was supposed to protect them from nerve gas. That pill was Pyridostigmine Bromide.

During the Gulf War of 1990-91 the United States Government conducted the largest experimental drug evaluation in its history. The compound Pyridostigmine Bromide was considered by the Pentagon as a possible prophylactic for Marines and soldiers exposure to chemical warfare nerve agents.

The use of chemical nerve agents such as Pyridostigmine Bromide being used a prophylactic was and is controversial. The same tactic was not employed during the second series of Gulf Wars which explains why there was not a similar fallout of neurological disorders reported afterward.

Pyridostigmine Bromide is a related chemical to Saren Nerve Gas. The flawed theory was to use it like a vaccine, so the Marine or soldier's system would already be exposed to, and "supposedly" built some sort of immunity to Saren Nerve Gas. Of course none of the Marines or soldiers were advised of the terrible risks and realities of taking a chemical that floods the synapses with artificially high doses of acetylcholine. Troops are only trained to obey orders, not question them.

Gulf War Illness is now considered a "Presumptive Illness" by the Veterans Affairs, in the same class as being POW or exposure to Agent Orange. What that translates to is, if a Veteran was deployed to that theater of operations during that specific time frame, and if that said Veteran contracted any of a list of approved maladies, the same Veteran could be awarded benefits without the same burden of proof for something like Trichloroethylene exposure (Marine Corps Air Station El Toro was condemned because of TCE).

 However, the VA has not determined the cause of Gulf War Illness. The U.S. Government is never going to finger themselves as the culprit. The U.S. Government is never going to admit they not just exposed young American boys to the cause of Gulf War Illness, but order them to orally injest it.


I got out of the Marine Corps in 1987. I was an aircraft mechanic on F-4 Phantoms. We worked with the chemical solvent Trichloroethylene. We degreased aircraft parts, and even cleaned our hands with it. I suffered contact dermatitis all over my arms and legs for two years from it. I often jested that I was allergic to the Marine Corps.

 About two weeks after I was discharged my contact dermatitis disappeared never to return. But I had also developed a nagging pain in the right upper quadrant of my abdomen that did not go away. It did not go away after I got out of the Corps, or twenty five years later. I had suffered permanent damage to my liver from TCE exposure. It was stage 3 non-alcoholic steateohepatitis.

In 2012 the VA doctors advised me if I had my gallbladder removed it may help lessen pain. I agreed to have the surgery. Six weeks later I suffered deep vein thrombosis and a full blown pulmonary embolism. Four weeks later I was diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis, an extremely rare potentially fatal autoimmune disorder.

Right about the time I was starting to feel really sorry for myself, I got a dose of something that would pale all former suffering.That something was Pyridostigmine Bromide. Medical literature clearly indicates PB will cross the blood brain barrier in cases of multiple chemicals in the bloodstream, or external stressors. That is exactly what occurred with me. The myelin sheath was burned off nerves throughout my body, resulting in constant burning, stabbing, electrical pain.

I reported my condition to all VA doctors, and all reports fell on deaf ears of incompetent clock watching VA doctors. Five months of total insanity that included me arming my family in the middle of the night because I thought the Aztecs were attacking. This kind of behavior was not the exception, but the rule.

My wife repeatedly told the VA doctors I was insane. Once again, the incompetent clock-watching VA doctors totally disregarded her warnings. My VA primary care physician did ask me about it, and I explained to him that I was a bloodlined descendant of King Arthur, and that I had broken the veil of reality and tapped into the Akashic record.

Evidently he either did not think that to be insane, or it was getting close to break time and all he could think about was coffee and doughnuts. If my disdain for VA doctors seems a little over the top, you simply don't understand what I had to live through.

My only other choice was dying, which I tried and it didn't work out. But in the darkness of that morbid act, I loosened the chains which held me. I had tried to kill myself by taking all my medicine at once. I threw it all up. Once the supply of PB was gone I thought for sure I would die, since the VA doctors told me I needed it to see straight, to breath, and be able to swallow and digest food.

The exact opposite happened. No longer being poisoned I was finally able to see straight, to breath and digest food. By the grace of God my sanity was restored. But the extensive neurological damage remains. I am on multiple drugs to try to help control nerve pain. Largely to no avail, I am having metal electrodes surgically implanted in my spine.

Besides the GWI, MG, NASH,  I also have Pancreatic Cancer, non-metastatic cancers in my Thymus, Spleen, Liver. After surviving five months of insanity, it took me over a year to even realize how insane I had been. When a person is truly insane they don't recognize it themselves. I harbored delusions in my heart that were hard to let go of. As silly as it sounds, when you are insane, you don't realize how ridiculous your own thoughts are.


Now I truly understand what is like to be disenfranchised, marginalized, ostracized...just like those poor vets after the first Gulf War who reported crazy symptoms and were not believed, lots of times even by those close to them. I imagine many marriages and even lives were destroyed.

But times have changed and left many of the surviving Vets caught in a time warp they can't get out of because human beings are composed of nervous systems, and theirs have been severely compromised and damaged. Nowadays peoples interests have changed. Sure they wear a yellow ribbon on their SUV proclaiming support for our troops, an innocuous statement that exonerates them of actually doing anything for those poor troops.  It is not in vogue to act, but to think good thoughts is enough in the modern collective mentality. Besides peoples thoughts are already occupied with computers, internet, facebook, cell phones, and texting.

The Forgotten Few are my kindred souls waiting to be liberated. Total liberation will come only when their damaged bodies no longer cause them pain. Only somebody who has endured can understand. But a partial liberation by the country they served would be recognizing the pain and sorrow they endured. Because to add insult to injury, nobody even believed them...then...or now. But I have experienced, therefore I know.

David Adds:

Prednisone will put Myasthenis Gravis in remission pronto without crazy side effects. I am sure his doctors never told him that. The doctors didn't tell me that.

Several of the comments asked why any sane person would join the military?

I was 17 years old when I joined the Marines. I came from a family of battle tested Marines, and they were good, moral, and honorable people. I wanted to be like them.

It is the most honorable and altruistic trait to defend ones family and community. Unfortunately that trait can be manipulated, especially with young inexperienced people. The Proto-Indo-European culture that we come from has always been a warrior culture, from Troy, Greece, and Rome to the Norsemen to the Templars to today. Courage was celebrated, and cowardice disdained. The most high minded ideals in the world are but toilet paper without somebody to defend them.

Here is a theory that I don't think has been discussed. Perhaps it was more than just stupidity, but a well thought out plan to destroy the warrior class of our culture, while simultaneously flooding our nation with an alien race that was already subdued so as to have the slaves in place when the government turns over. Just something to think about...

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First Comment by Lisa:

My Marine Corps husband came back in 1991 with "something wrong." He and his unit had been given some pills to take. He took the first in a series; it made him feel sick, so he threw the rest away. His fellow Marines took all theirs and got very sick. It supposedly had something to do with "preventing radiation sickness." He came home with some sort of infection and swollen lymph nodes. A trip to the military hospital and he was prescribed an antibiotic with no tests, and no real diagnosis. It was creepy in that they seemed to know what to give him for the little info they had.

David Scott Douthit may find help in healing his nerves' myelin sheath layer in the work of Dr. Wahls. Dr. Terry Wahls, MD, had progressive MS and had become wheelchair-bound. She realized the medical world had nothing to offer her, so she researched nerve nutrition on a cellular level and reversed her damage with nutrition. Her pain is gone and she is biking and jogging. It would be worth looking into, although David's and her diagnoses are different, since her protocols HEAL nerves, not just address a specific diagnosis.

JG  Writes:

This is a well documented account by David here about another case of GIs being used as human guinea pigs for the latest vaccines and psychotropic meds, this has been going on for years.

This is a whole new American military now that no longer defends it's constitution at home or abroad. It's new constitution that it wars for is feminism, gay rights, Israel, and the war against national sovereignty around the globe.

Our American soldiers are no longer defending our once "way of life" of Ma, Apple Pie, and Chevrolet.There is no longer a draft and our GIs are now basically hired mercenaries for little dollars on call to intervene in the affairs of foreign nations abroad who desire self determination from an imposed global agenda.

Our veterans are often treaty not much better and in some cases worse than it's enemy casualties of wars. David's story here is one of many where veterans are being betrayed by the very government they risked their lives for. When a veteran comes home he is no longer heralded by the public either.They don't want to here it! Their love and sympathies go to their Hollywood pagan gods who have just overdosed on drugs or put a rope around their neck. They're the real heroes.

Thank you for your service and sacrifice David. Old soldiers do die and their memory eventually fades away like everyone else.

Scruples - the game of moral dillemas

Comments for " Gulf War Troops Got "Vaccine" of Nerve Gas "

Leonard said (September 21, 2014):

I have often wondered why any sane person would join the US military. Or Why would anyone encourage their son or daughter to sign up? There is a saying " A soldier offers his life twice for his country. First on the battle field and second at the VA hospital".

Recently it was reported that one VA medical facility had a waiting list that was a more of a death wish list for the federal government. They had no intention of treating the poor unfortunates on the list, but figured if they could string them along long enough they'd die off.

I have an uncle that made it through Vietnam. He was fortunate enough to come back to the states with his mind and his health. Sadly, at 66 yrs he now experiences panic attacks when he hears loud noises.

Al Thompson said (September 20, 2014):

I think that the best solution for all young men is to not enlist in the military. There is simply too much that can go wrong. All governments really care about is taking advantage of people and then screw them after it is all done. That's what the government is and there's no changing it until people stop feeding it. Separate from it, Leave the govtards alone and let the whole system rot. If most of the readers here think that the government is satanic, then why join in on it? Just separate and let it rot.

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