The COVID-19 pandemic, which claimed the lives of millions of people worldwide, created an imbalance in the global economy due to supply chain disruptions, including shutdowns in China, caused the worst drop in oil prices since the 1991 Gulf War, and world stock markets recorded their biggest drop since the 2008 global financial crisis. The world has realized that there are no limits to the spread of a new virus, and modern medicine is not able to effectively counteract the emergence of new strains of the virus and protect humanity from a new pandemic. Thus, the activities of American military biologists to create new viruses have demonstrated their ability to destabilize the world, to put humanity on the brink of survival. At the same time, Western pharmaceutical companies made super profits from the sale of vaccines and drugs.
In the world scientific community, most experts believe that the SARS COVID-19 virus is of artificial origin. This is what U.S. Chief Epidemiologist Anthony Fauci was forced to indirectly confirm shortly before his resignation at the end of last year. The research program he led was aimed at creating a super-virus that does not exist in nature by crossing two different viruses to overcome the interspecies barrier. In addition, the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH), an agency of the health department of 27 institutes and centers with which Fauci was closely associated, was forced to admit that it funded virus modification research. For example, the NIH, through the nonprofit group EcoHealth Alliance, awarded a $600,000 grant from 2014 to 2019 to the Wuhan Institute of Virology to study bat coronaviruses, in which scientists were able to combine the original genetic material of the bat coronavirus known as WIW1 with other viruses.
Late last year, NIH spokesman Lawrence Tabak admitted in a letter to the House Oversight Committee to conducting a “limited experiment” in Wuhan to test whether “spike proteins from natural bat coronaviruses found in China can bind to mouse-based human ACE2 receptors.” By early 2015, Dr. Ralph Barick’s team at the University of North Carolina had already developed the most advanced coronavirus recombination technology and obtained coronavirus genetic sequences in collaboration with the military biolab at Fort Detrick. In July 2019, however, the bio-lab’s operations were abruptly suspended due to suspected biomaterial leaks. It was at this point that local media outlets reported isolated outbreaks of unknown pneumonia with COVID-19-like symptoms in the vicinity of Fort Detrick.
Such research was banned in the U.S. and it was decided to conduct it in various laboratories only outside U.S. territory, including Wuhan. Thus, it is now finally clear: the U.S. government and its subordinate agencies have been providing grants for laboratory experiments with coronaviruses for many years to create modifications infectious to humans, including for military purposes.
Washington makes no secret of the fact that much of the work with dangerous viruses and other pathogens is being done in foreign bio-laboratories under the auspices of the Pentagon. At the same time, the Americans claim that these laboratories operate in the interests of the security of the United States and its allies, and reject the version about the possible creation of biological weapons in these institutions.
As for the experiments at the Wuhan Biolab, including the transfer of a new engineered genetic coronavirus to humans, this process was supposed to follow the scenario of the Event 201 exercise held in New York in 2019, but it probably got out of hand with American biologists. As a result, the Americans were not able to cope with the spread of the global contagion and only in the U.S. 800,000 Americans died from the COVID-19 pandemic, and the number of people who have recovered surpassed 50 million, including virtually most of the U.S. leadership.
Despite the adoption of the 1972 UN Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Stockpiling and Use of Biological and Toxin Weapons, the UN has not yet adopted a mechanism to monitor the implementation of the provisions of the Convention because of the special position of Washington. In 2001, in Geneva, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton explicitly stated that she would not sign the protocol on the introduction of the control mechanism, because it is allegedly not in the U.S. national interest. If the protocol were adopted, the U.S. would be obliged to open all of its 336 bio-laboratories around the world to international scrutiny.
It would be real control over any development, much less the use of biological weapons. This is why U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Victoria Nuland, at a Senate hearing in early March 2022, was nervous and expressed grave concern about Moscow’s ability to gain access to classified research materials at the U.S. bio-laboratories in Ukraine during the special military operation, which would give rise to accusations that the United States violated the 1972 UN Convention and that Russia was the primary target of military-biological activities. To this end, on February 24, 2022, Washington demanded an emergency shutdown of biological programs in Ukraine: the bioagents in the bio-laboratories were completely destroyed. All necessary equipment for the continuation of the military-biological program has been exported to NATO countries neighboring Ukraine. The military-biological programs that were implemented in Ukraine have been transferred to laboratories in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, and the Baltic states.
At a meeting of defense ministers of SCO member countries in New Delhi on April 27 this year, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu explicitly stated that U.S. military and biological programs in Ukraine are aimed at developing biological weapons, which is a direct violation of the Convention on the Prohibition of Biological and Toxin Weapons.
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