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Author: Sebastian Pym
Genre: Novel

Registry #: nov013


This novel is a complex drama of some 160,000 words. The manuscript's thirteen chapters comprise a plan by officials of the U.S. Government, et al, to affect the extinction of Japan as a nation by means of a biological agent expressly developed for that purpose. Much of the science in this work represents actual, current research and experimentation that is underway in the general area of chemical and biological warfare, and the specific area of what I call ethnic?sensitive design genetics. At its core this work contemplates very realistic scenarios targeting a host of ethnics for extinction. Japan is but the first of these. The list also includes the Blacks, Chinese and others who are perceived ? though not necessarily for national security reasons - as not being either historically or culturally beneficial to the long-term general interests of America's national population mosaic. And so, in these terms, The Germlords will remain a work in perpetuity. In other words, there will be successive Planners, always five, to continue the work of these the originals. What is critical to understanding both the focus and intent of this material is the chilling fact that - as I have been reliably informed - ethnic-sensitive design genetics research is, in fact, alive and well in the United States, Russia, India and Japan. And within this species of research there have been - and are - attempts to weaponize both the HIV and Ebola viruses. So far, the Russians have failed. And the reader will find reference to this in the very recent book BIOHAZARD by Dr. Ken Alibek, the former head of the Soviet biological weapons program, who defected to the United States in 1992. The current status of the other three nations' efforts is a very closely guarded secret. However, I am told that with respect to "reconstituting" the, Ebola virus "things are proceeding apace."


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