The truth is: The Department of Defense (DoD) built a network of biolabs across Ukraine. Victoria Nuland, the Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs testified at a Senate hearing that the biolabs do, in fact, exist. U.S. virologists are conducting experiments on highly dangerous pathogens of pandemic potential. Nuland is concerned that this research would fall into the hands of the Russians.
The intent of the biolabs is not publicized or well-known. The U.S. continues to fund gain-of-function research, weaponizing pathogens for predatory vaccine development. Suspiciously, the official U.S. embassy website recently removed important fact sheets about the construction and finances of these biolabs. Russia has convened a UN Security Council Meeting To Present Evidence of U.S. biolabs in Ukraine.
The Washington Post, CNN and the government propaganda machine immediately sought to tamp down any more suspicion of biowarfare activity in Ukraine with the latest fact-check titled, “FACT CHECK: DoD has worked with Ukraine to ELIMINATE bioweapons left behind by the Soviet Union since 2005.” This headline sounds authoritative; however, in 2010, the U.S. government built a new level-3 biolab in Odessa, Ukraine, with much different ambitions. The high security biolab was not built to eliminate or secure old Soviet bioweapons. This lab was specifically built so virologists could research and enhance “especially dangerous pathogens” for vaccine and diagnostics development, much like the research in Wuhan, China that preceded the covid-19 scandal.
Russia is currently accusing the U.S. of “experimenting with bat coronavirus samples” and carrying out anthrax research in Ukraine. Russia’s Defense Ministry spokesman, Igor Konashenkov, claimed, “the purpose of this — and other Pentagon-funded biological research in Ukraine — was to establish a mechanism for the stealthy spread of deadly pathogens.” Konashenkov claims the U.S. is conducting biological activities on birds, bats, reptiles, coronaviruses, African swine fever, Plague, tularemia, cholera and anthrax. This isn’t Russia’s first accusation of U.S.-led biowarfare in Ukraine. In 2018, Russia accused the U.S. of conducting biological experiments in Georgia, a former territory of the Soviet republic that was on its way to joining NATO and the European Union.After denying existence of US bio labs in Ukraine, Biden regime warns that Russia could release the bioweapons they contain – Dr. Eddy Bettermann MD