RUSSIAN MINISTRY OF DEFENSE RELEASES ON THOSE BIOLABS
If you've been following the Ukrainian biolabs story, you will want to visit this website, which contains the PDF files of the Russian Ministry of Defense's releases of documents it has recovered from those sites, plus some of its own analyses(our thanks to "A.S" for finding this site and passing it along):
I want to focus on one in particular, that of the briefing of March 17 earlier this year, just a couple of weeks ago:
While much of this document is, of course, in Russian and/or Ukrainian, portions of it have already been translated as a "courtesy English" translation, and as we'll see, there's a rather damning letter in English toward the end of the document.
Beginning on page 7 of the document one finds the English translation of Lt. General Kirillov's briefing on what Russian forces found in some of the biolabs. We note the no-nonsense nature of General Kirillov's allegations:
(1) The Ukraine and USA were involved in a (NATO?) program to create bioweapons on the territory of the Ukraine: "We believe that components of biological weapons were being created on the territory of Ukraine (sic, et passim).
(2) Funding for much of the project came directly from the American Pentagon: "Here is a document dated March 6, 2015, confirming the Pentagon's direct participation in the financing of military biological projects in Ukraine."
(3) The Russian Ministry of Defense believes that the location of biolabs on the territory of the Ukraine to be due to their ability to release pathogens into animal populations for the purpose of spreading them to Russia, a not irrational conclusion in our opinion, since if China were, say, to locate its bioweapons facilities immediately across the Rio Grande river in Mexico, it would obviously provoke a similar reaction and analysis from US authorities: "From our point of view, the interest of US military biologists stems from the fact that these pathogens have natural foci both on the territory of Ukraine and in Russia, and their use can be disguised as natural outbreaks of diseases."(p. 8)
(4) Similar research was also carried out in US biolabs in Georgia, which in my opinion connects possible motivations for the Russian actions against that country in 2008 (pp. 8, 96-97).
(5) One Ukrainian biolabs institute in Kharkov was studying the use of wild birds to spread avian flus with the ability to overcome the "interspecific barrier" and this activity should be the subject of international investigation (p. 9)
(6) More serious research into deadlier pathogens - plague, anthrax, cholera, tularemia - was being conducted at Odessa, and biological waste (evidence) was removed and documents destroyed elsewhere at Kherson(p. 10).
If all this were not damning enough, on p. 33 the Russian Ministry of Defense provides a copy of a 2015 letter (in English) from Joanna Wintrol, head of the USA's Defense Threat Reduction Office in Kiev, to Litovka Serhii, head of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense's "Central Sanitation and Epidemiological Department," in which the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense is explicitly listed as an "Executive Agent" for the "implementation of the Agreement Between the Department of Defense of the United States of America and the Ministry of Health of Ukraine (sic) Concerning Cooperation in the area of Prevention of Proliferation of Technology, Pathogens, and Expertise that could be used during the development of biological weapons."
It all sounds wonderfully "defensive" and wrapped in the sort of language of plausible deniability - including the fact that it's merely an "agreement" and not a "treaty" (subject to formal debate and oversight by the US Senate) - but the defensive language is belied by the earlier six assertions of General Kirillov, casting the letter itself into a more ominous context, namely, that the USA was prepared to use biological warfare against the Russian population, and to use a cutout - the Ukraine, with its murky background of World War Two Waffen SS associations or Zelensky's own Soros connections - to do it.
There are even, if one reads the PDF file closely, connections to the covid planscamdemic.
In the final analysis, one may or may not agree with the Russian assessment of what they found. But I suspect one would be hard pressed to disagree with their call for an international investigation, and I think there should be one. Watching the behavior of all involved parties during such an investigation will tell a great deal. As poker players know all too well, everyone has their "tells"...
See you on the flip side...
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