Sarin Attacks on Civilians
- Syria ‘Chemical Attack: What We Know 
- Autopsies of Syrian Victims Show Evidence of Sarin Exposure 
- Syria Deaths Linked to Chemical Agent Sarin 
- Syria’s Chemical Attack: Here’s What Happened 
- U.S. Officials: Early Belief is That Syria Attack Used Sarin 
- President Assad’s Forces Have Used Sarin Since 2013 Attack 
- Weapons Inspectors Find Undeclared Sarin and VX Traces In Syria 
- Alleged Ghouta Attack Report by Human Rights Watch
- Syria Government Likely Culprit in Chemical Attack – Human Rights Watch
The Pesticide Connection
SARIN IS AN ORGANOPHOSPHATE THAT IS LIKE A PESTICIDE FOR HUMANS. AND YET, OTHER ORGANOPHOSPHATES ARE USED AS PESTICIDES ON OUR FOOD EVERY DAY, including many fruits and vegetables eaten by children such as apples, grapes, green beans, peaches and pears.
What amount of Organophosphate Pesticides (OPs) are sprayed on our food? ABOUT 30 MILLION POUNDS PER YEAR.
Some of it winds up in your body when you eat OP sprayed food…
Some of it winds up in our rivers and streams where it spreads to aquatic wildlife, and then throughout our ecosystem…
All of it affects our nervous systems and can cause behavioral problems like ADHD, as well as brain tumors, reproductive disorders, Parkinson’s Disease, leukemia and other forms of cancer, especially in children.
We understand now that when man created Sarin, he unleashed an incredibly lethal killer that should never have existed. But the same type of nerve agent is in the OPs that we inflict on ourselves by the ton every day.
It makes no sense. We need to take back our food from this silent killer.
We’re living with this dangerous health risk because we don’t see it or smell it or taste it. But it’s there. Making us sick, and making our children sick. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Science has developed safer alternatives to OPs, including biological pheromones and other less toxic, more pest-specific insecticides.
The Military and Sarin
- Chemical Stockpile Elimination Project
- US Chemical Stockpile Demilitarization Map
- Department of Defense The Chemical Demilitarization Program
- Managing Secondary Waste For The Non-Stockpile Chemical Material Project
- Military Sarin Fact Sheet
- Nerve Agent Fact Sheet
- Non-Stockpile Chemical Material Project Overview
- Sarin Fact Sheet
Remediation of Sarin and Other Chemical Weapon Dump Sites
- Review of the Army Non-Stockpile Chemical Material Disposal Program
- Chemical Weapons and Ocean Dumping
- Communities and Chemical Warfare Material Disposal
- Deseret and UT Buried Weapon Cleanup Plan
- Pueblo Depot Chemical Weapons Report
- Sea Disposal of Military Munitions
- Systems and Technologies for the Treatment of Non-Stockpile Chemical Warfare Material
- The History of the Chemical Weapons Movement
- The Impact of Revised Airborne Chemical Limits
- U.S. Army Pueblo Chemical Depot Information