The Biden regime’s Department of Defense (DoD) has released a document claiming that the Russian Federation is “spreading disinformation” about the United States government’s weapons of mass destruction (WMD) operations.
According to the regime, the U.S. has been working on “threat reduction efforts with Ukraine, Russia and other former Soviet Union countries.” Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, the document explains, the U.S., along with its allies, partners and “international organizations,” has supposedly been trying to eliminate the threat of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons attacks.
“These cooperative threat reduction efforts have helped advance global peace and security, and have supported the global consensus that the world is safer when we work together to increase transparency and reduce the risks from weapons of mass destruction (WMD) programs,” the document alleges.
In 1991, the U.S Congress created the Nunn-Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction (CTR) Program through the passage of the Soviet Threat Reduction Act. This legislation, as claimed in the document, accomplished the following four tasks:
1) Consolidating and securing WMD and WMD-related material “in a limited number of secure sites”
2) Inventorying and accounting for these weapons and materials
3) Providing safe handling and safe disposition of these weapons and materials as called for by arms control agreements
4) Offering assistance in finding gainful employment for thousands of former Soviet scientists with expert knowledge of WMD, WMD-related materials, or their delivery systems
“The United States has provided this assistance with transparency and in cooperation with our partners, which included Russia prior to 2014, toward mutually-decided objectives, and has been reported on a regular basis,” the document further insists.
In other words, according to the federal government, it is the good guys in all this, having tried for many decades to eliminate nuclear and biological weapons from the world. And anyone who says otherwise, including Russia, is “spreading disinformation” and “sowing mistrust in the people and institutions all over the world that contribute to WMD threat reduction.”
The document goes on to list all of the supposed “achievements” of the U.S. and its globalist allies over the years, including the alleged decommissioning of more than 1,300 WMD delivery systems, including silos, mobile launchers, submarines and strategic bombers.
Biden’s DoD also pats itself on the back for supposedly upgrading security at 24 nuclear weapon storage sites and securely moving more than 600 shipments of nuclear warheads “from less secure storage to more secure storage or destruction (almost all of this work in Russia).”
“Ukraine’s voluntary and verifiable renunciation of nuclear weapons, with the transfer of Soviet missiles, nuclear weapons, and weapons-usable nuclear materials to Russia or destruction of such missiles, weapons, and materials, and accession to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation (NPT) as a non-nuclear-weapon State Party in December 1994,” the document goes on to explain.
The document also contains an entire section on Ukraine that starts out with the claim that Ukraine “has no nuclear, chemical, or biological weapons programs,” even though we know for a fact that this is untrue.
“Today, the collaborations in Ukraine remain peaceful efforts to improve nuclear and radiological safety and security, disease surveillance, chemical safety and security, and readiness to respond to epidemics and pandemics such as COVID-19,” Biden’s DoD insists.
“Many of these collaborations are multilateral and involve the G7-led Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons and Materials of Mass Destruction, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the World Health Organization (WHO), the OPCW, and other UN specialized agencies.”
The document concludes by declaring that Ukraine has become “a leader in transparency,” and that the country supposedly does not have any nuclear, biological or chemicals weapons programs in operation.
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