Chemical Weapons

Toxicon ready for action

Previously a human from nobility, Toxicon volunteered to get cybernetic upgrades not knowing it would turn into a chemical weapon.
Shortly after the enhancements were in place something when haywire causing Toxicon to go berserk. It now lives in a part of the ruins forced into solitude due to it’s malfunctioning poison production.
Constantly producing and emitting a toxic airborne virus that attacks the lungs of humans.
It only comes to town rarely to get necessities for survival. 



Poisonous chemicals are suspected of augmenting an aerial bombardment of a rebel-held town in Syria’s Idlib province Tuesday, with the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights saying at least 11 children were among those who died. The group says the death toll of 58 has risen to 72, and that all the victims were civilians.

The attack was reportedly carried out in Khan Shaykhun, a town in northwest Syria that sits about halfway between Homs and Aleppo on the country’s main north-south highway.

72 Killed In Attack In Syria Where Toxic Chemicals And Shelling Were Reported

Photo: Mohamed al-Bakour/AFP/Getty Images and Omar Haj Kadour/AFP/Getty Images

In a suspected chemical weapon attack like the one in Syria on Tuesday, children are the most vulnerable targets. They are more likely than adults to die from chemical agents and to suffer injures. If they survive, they also suffer from the physical and mental trauma of the attack for far more years than adults simply because they have more years left to live.

The effects of chemical weapons are more devastating for kids for a number of reasons. “Because kids are smaller, there’s a higher impact on a smaller body,” said Dr. Steven Hinrichs, director of the Center for Biosecurity at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. A smaller dose of a chemical agent can do more damage to their organs.

Why Children Face The Greatest Danger From Chemical Weapons

Photo: Mohamed Al-Bakour/AFP/Getty Images

Sean Spicer said that even Hitler didn’t use chemical weapons

  • Even a figure as despicable as Adolf Hitler didn’t deploy chemical weapons during World War II, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Tuesday.
  • Spicer made the remark, which ignored the slaughter of Nazi concentration camp victims by gassing, while justifying a U.S. military strike against Syria in retaliation for Bashar Assad’s regime’s use of chemical agents against his own people.“We didn’t use chemical weapons in World War II,” Spicer said when discussing alleged Russian complicity with the Assad regime’s assault last week. 

  • “You had someone as despicable as Hitler who didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons. So you have to, if you’re Russia, ask yourself if this is a country and a regime that you want to align yourself with.” Read more. (4/11/2017 5:16 PM)

Assad has used chemical weapons on his people once again!
Over 100 civilians, including tens of children were killed by Chlorine/Sarin Gas in #Khan_Shaykhon ( Idlib). They’ve breathed death…

Is there anything more evil than gassing people, including children, to death - then bombing the hospital treating the survivors?
#Idlib #chemical_attack #خان_شيخون

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Sean Spicer’s erasure of the Nazis’ use of chemical and biological weaponry - and with it, the legacy of the genocide perpetrated against European Jews - was not a ‘gaffe’ or an ‘awkward moment’. It’s a symptom of the detachment of Trump’s far-right inner circle from reality - where Holocaust denial and Breitbart ‘fake news’ overlap in the White House’s dank backrooms.

I’ve written extensively elsewhere about how Trump is not a fascist - irrespective of his wannabe-Führer posturing - but Spicer’s bizarre mental gymnastics demonstrate the extent to which Trump’s senior team are tolerant of, and permeated by, those with neo-Nazi and 'alt-right’ sympathies. Trump has not so much drained the swamp as ushered the pondlife into special advisor roles.