Army to weaponise food allergies
THE army has developed new weapons exploiting the food intolerances of enemy soldiers.
Allergy warfare could see entire armies dropping their guns and fumbling for their EpiPens without a shot being fired.
Military scientist Dr Helen Archer said: “Peanuts, sesame seeds, soya every single one of them can send a soldier into anaphylaxis.
Carpet-bomb troops with a chemical agent containing traces of nuts, or even prepared in a facility where nuts have been, and theyre rolling around with their faces swelling up, all thought of resistance abandoned.
Theres no property damage, and for civilians without allergies it has no more effect than the unpleasantness of a really strong peanut fart.
The effectiveness of the weapons is limited because most soldiers are working class and therefore dont have allergies, but will definitely be able to take out university-educated officers.
Sgt Stephen Malley, one of the test subjects, said: You cant imagine how petrifying it is to see gallons of milk hurtling towards you when you know itll really bring out your eczema.
There are Royal Marines here with horribly bloated stomachs from gluten grenades, SAS veterans unable to stop vomiting because theyve taken a direct hit of histamine-loaded pickles.
This is the new face of war, and it is terrible.