Are Ukrainian biolabs another fraud with the US military and industrial complex, including Biden or biological warfare facilities, or both?

Guest post by Dr. Lawrence Celine

The dark secrets surrounding US-funded Ukrainian biolabs

IN new charges made by Russia that Ukraine had plans using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) containing biological weapons, developed in biolaboratories funded by the Ministry of Defense, to disperse these agents in the Russian-populated Donbass region of Ukraine and Russia itself, are purely speculative, based on two unrelated points.

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The first point that the Russians make is presence of viruses and bacteria capable of biological warfare in Ukrainian laboratories through “Central repository of particularly dangerous microorganisms in KyivWhich is not in itself a violation of the Biological Weapons Convention, unless these microbes are armed.

The second point contained in image above and noted recently Article by Gateway Punditwas a letter from the Turkish manufacturer of UAVs Baykar, sent in response to questions asked by a Ukrainian engineer under contract about the capabilities of UAVs Baykar, in particular its scope and whether the UAV is equipped with “system / mechanism for spraying aerosols with a capacity over 20 liters. ”

The original letter is shown in the image below with underlined relevant sentences.

The letter does not specify the nature of the aerosol. Could the aerosol be a chemical or biological weapon? Yes. Is this proof of that? No.

However, there are other potentially worrying consequences around US-funded Ukrainian biolabs that deserve further investigation.

First, as described in another recent Article by Gateway Punditthe entire US-funded Ukrainian biolab has all the hallmarks of a classic money-and-industrial money fraud.

The US Department of Defense, in particular the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), is expanding its activities overseas and receiving increased funding from taxpayers, while DTRA is rewarding its private sector friends, including Hunter Biden and George Soros. , with multiple contracts worth millions of dollars.

More ominous, however, are the potential links between US-funded Ukrainian biolabs and Black Operations conducted by the US Central Intelligence Agency and / or the Department of Defense.

A clear violation of the Biological Weapons Convention would be the development of biological weapons and / or means of dispersing them.

Such a potential violation has been demonstrated in US patent from 2015 US 8,967,029 B1 “Toxic Mosquito Release System”, which aims to disperse infected mosquitoes as a military weapon.

The curious aspect of this patent is that the inventor, S. Mill Calvert, and the successor, TMARS Associates, both from Manassas, Virginia, do not seem to exist or are at least very difficult to track through open source searches.

There seem to be deeper and darker secrets about US-funded Ukrainian biolabs yet to be revealed.

Lawrence Celine, Ph.D., is a retired U.S. Army reserve colonel and a veteran of Afghanistan and Iraq. He had a civilian career in international business and medical research. His email address is [email protected].

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