Igor Kirillov, the commander of Russia's Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Defense Forces, announced in a media briefing this week that the secretive facilities are once again becoming operational – and new ones are still being built with American taxpayer dollars.
Kirillov presented a trove of new documents outlining the biological weapons programs that the U.S. is funding and performing at these biolabs. As you may recall, the U.S. initially denied the existence of these biolabs, but now claims that they exist but are used for non-nefarious purposes.
Citing the U.S. protocol as outlined at a meeting dated Oct. 20, 2022, which was attended by representatives from the U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) and multiple Ukrainian officials, as well as members of the Jacobs / CH2M engineering company, Kirillov provided detailed evidence showing that the biolabs were temporarily "paused" during Russia's special operation, but are now being un-paused.
"Now, the project has been resumed with focus on renewal of legislative support, revision of training schedule, as well as conclusion and resumption of construction work," reads the Ukrainian-language protocol citing Jacobs / CH2M's David Smith.
(Related: The purpose behind the Ukrainian biolabs, which are funded in part by the Biden Crime Family, is to build bioweapons targeting certain ethnic groups, i.e., an ethnic cleansing genocide.)
Previously known as "Joint biological research," the ongoing bioweapons program in Ukraine has since been rebranded as "Biological control research," according to the same documents that Kirillov presented.
The reason for this rebranding has to do with what the documents describe as a "Russian disinformation campaign" concerning the program's purpose.
Meanwhile, the Financial Times is reporting that an advisor to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has stated that his country is "ready to give up" Crimea to the Russians.
According to RT, the U.S. is now engaging in extensive damage control efforts to try to prevent any further details about its bioweapons programs in Ukraine from getting leaked to the public.
"Hiding from responsibility for participating in military biological projects, many suspects left the territory of Ukraine," Kirillov said. "To prevent a possible leak of information about the illegal activities of the Pentagon, the U.S. administration is taking emergency measures to search for and return them."
These damage control attempts first began back in February 2022 right after Russia invaded Ukraine. A draft memo about this, entitled "Reducing the Threat of Ukrainian Expertise Proliferating to U.S. Adversaries" and written by Laura Denlinger, a senior counterproliferation advisor with the U.S. State Department, was obtained by the Russian military as evidence.
"The Russian invasion of Ukraine has resulted in ... the exodus of highly capable technical experts from Ukrainian facilities that produce missile components and advanced conventional weapons (ACW), as well as those with expertise that could be redirected and exploited by others for a chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear (CBRN) weapon," that memo, dated March 11, 2022, reads.
The U.S. has come a really long way from the days of George W. Bush and the fight to eliminate "weapons of mass destruction." It turns out the U.S. is the world's biggest proliferator of WMDs, at least according to the mountains of evidence being obtained by the Russian military in Ukraine.
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