U.S. and Biological Weapons

To those who declare themselves incredulous faced with the evidence that the United States may be responsible for Wuhan pneumonia outbreak or coronavirus, with the unwholesome intention of affecting China's economy and image, it’s necessary to set out some background information on that subject.

According to what was published by US magazine Whiteout Press, and others, in 1931 the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Investigations used US citizens as “guinea pigs”, by infecting them with cancer cells, without them knowing.

On the same date, the Pentagon opened a Biological Warfare Center in Panama to carry out laboratory works with pathogenic germs.

The Yankees’ double standard is such that after WWII they granted full immunity to German and Japanese biological warfare specialists, and incorporated them into the center located in Fort Detrick, to study and develop biological weapons.

At the beginning of the 1950s, the Department of Defense conducted outdoor tests in which it used bacteria and disease-generating viruses.

On that date, an U.S. warship used a huge hose to spray the air with the Serratia Marcescens bacterium, causing pneumonia among the inhabitants of the coastal area of ​​San Francisco, California, according to expert Leonard Cole in his book “Clouds of Secrecy: The Army's Germ Warfare Tests Over Population Areas”.

This aforementioned material describes that, between 1949 and 1969, over 239 outdoor tests of biological weapons were carried out in Washington, New York, Key West and other densely populated cities.

It was not until 1970 that the citizens learned they had been used as guinea pigs in the experiments conducted by several government agencies and departments, mainly the Pentagon.

After the release of Operation Whitecoat, carried out between 1954 and 1973, the population knew details of that US Defense Department study, where they used believers from the Seventh-day Adventist Church and 2,300 soldiers, who ignored that they were infested with Q fever, yellow fever, bubonic plague, tularemia and Venezuelan equine encephalitis, all documented in the book Anthrax: The Investigation of a Deadly Outbreak (1999), by writer Jeanne Guillemin.

In the 1990s, new biological viruses were tested with prisoners from Texas Department of Corrections, which were subsequently used during the invasion of Iraq, an action that was reported by US biochemistry Garth L. Nicolson, in written testimony to Congress, where he stated: “Thousands of US Gulf War veterans suffer the consequences of having been exposed to radiological, chemical and biological weapons” (Written Testimony of Dr. Garth L. Nicolson, Committee on Veterans Affairs, United States House of Representatives, January 2002).

Francis Boyle, professor of International Law at the University of Illinois, states that the current Zika virus is a biological weapon patented in 1947 by the Rockefeller Foundation.

Cuban terrorists were trained by the CIA and the Pentagon at the military base of Fort Gulick, in Panama, to introduce the African swine fever virus in Cuba in 1971.

Researcher William H. Schaap says that dengue and other arboviruses are ideal biological weapons. Hemorrhagic dengue is highly disabling and is transmitted by the aedes aegypti mosquito, a virus introduced in Cuba in 1981, published in The 1981 Cuba Dengue Epidemic, Covert Action, Summer 1982.

It’s known that in 1981 US military biologists carried out tests with aedes aegypti mosquitoes at the laboratory of Fort Detrick, Maryland, in order to introduce hemorrhagic dengue.

That lab, officially called the Institute for Medical Research in Infectious Diseases of the United States Army, produces biological agents as part of "defense weapons" investigations.

The United States has an offensive program of biological weapons, approved in October 1941 by President Franklin Roosevelt and the Secretary of War.

For that aim they initially built a production plant in Terre Haute, Indiana, but since there were no safety conditions, in 1954 it was moved to Pine Bluff, Arkansas, where it began to produce biological agents.

Today, Fort Detrick is the center for research and production of anti-personal and anti-crop biological weapons to infest selected targets, by means of aerial spray tanks, aerosol cans, grenades, rockets and cluster bombs.

After the construction of four biological laboratories of the Pentagon in Georgia, a former republic of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), an outbreak of atypical pneumonia was detected in the country.

In this regard, US magazine Veterans Today (06-10-2013), published that the Pentagon invested 300 million dollars in a secret biological warfare program, at the Central Reference Laboratory in Tbilisi, Georgia, where US military control vaccines for animals, replacing veterinarians.

The Walter Reed US Army Medical Research Institute also operates in Georgia, and Kazakhstan, another former Soviet republic, houses two biological labs of the Pentagon.

Gerald Colby and Charlotte Dennet described in their book “They Will Be Done. The Conquest of the Amazon: Nelson Rockefeller and Evangelism in the Age of Oil (1996)”, the American biological weapons experiments in Latin America, using US scientists and religious people at the service of the Summer Institute of Linguistics (SIL), created by the Rockefeller Foundation.

In the 1960s-1970s, the CIA murdered members of native tribes from the Amazon, by spreading different viruses to seize their land rich in oil fields.

The techniques applied in Brazil and Peru were poisoning of their water, their food, and giving them clothes, sheets and blankets infected with smallpox virus.

With that crime, Rockefeller corporations gained access to gold, oil, diamonds and rare metals, because the natives refused to leave their rich lands; the method applied was the “use of force”, thus wrote one of the US missionaries, known as “Father Smith”.

There are plenty of elements to show the true responsible for the coronavirus outbreak and its deaths, and as José Martí said:

"Witnessing a crime in silence is equivalent to committing it".

Taken from El Heraldo Cubano

Translated by Jorge Mesa Benjamín / CubaSi Translation Staff

US Top Biological Warfare Lab Gets Shut Down on CDC Order

The suspension order was apparently issued to the Fort Detrick facility due to problems in the new waste water decontamination system that were reported by a CDC inspection.

The US Army Medical Command facility known as Fort Detrick, which used to be the center of the now-defunct US biological weapons program, has been stripped of its license to conduct research of deadly pathogens such as Ebola, smallpox and anthrax, at the behest of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Independent reports.

According to the newspaper, CDC made this move after an inspection of the facility yielded a number of problems related to the new chemical-based waste water decontamination system which the base has been employing since the steam sterilization plant they used before was damaged during a storm last year.

While the US bioweapon program was officially shut down in 1969, “defensive research” into certain deadly pathogens was still conducted at Fort Detrick.

A spokeswoman for the lab named Caree Vander Linden, however, said that there haven’t been any leaks of hazardous materials or threat to public health, despite the suspension order, the newspaper adds.

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