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Metobiota linked to biolabs from Ukraine to Africa

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Expanding on one of the suspicious organisations that was featured in the U.S. run bio labs article posted on the 21st of March, known as Metobiota. The United States involvement in biolabs throughout Ukraine is now undeniable and is considered to be a primary focus of the Russian invasion.

What has also become evident is the involvement of U.S. based biotechnology company called Metobiota, who were directly connected to the biolabs scheme. 

Back in 2019 investigative journalist Dilyana Gaytandzhieva, outed Metabiota in a lengthy article, explaining that the company is a main contributor in the Ukrainian labs. Even up to this week she remains vocal about the Pentagons involvement in Ukrainian biolabs, sharing to her Twitter and personal website that U.S. employees had worked at biolabs as long as their costing was below $80 million U.S.

U.S. conservative activist and writer David Horowitz had this to say – “It’s a company that tracks the trajectory of outbreaks and sells pandemic insurance, but also seems to have its hand in the actual labs that, as we painfully learned the past two years, might be the source of some of these outbreaks.”

Pentagon run laboratories are in 25+ countries around the world and employ third party bio warfare scientists as a means of diplomatic cover. These labs receive funding directly through the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) via a military program known as the Cooperative Biological Engagement Program at a cost of $2.1 billion U.S. These labs are located in counties such as Georgia and Ukraine, as well as locations in the Middle East, South East Asia and regions of Africa.

The DTRA outsources much of the work that takes place at these labs to third party private companies, who are not accountable to Congress. This allows them to operate freely and evade the law as need be.

Metabiota was one of the third-party organisations employed by the Pentagon to push scientific boundaries and develop new knowledge. An advertisement video from 2017 regarding the focus of their company.

And their current website states the following:

“We have deep and sustained partnerships with governments, health agencies, academic institutions and private enterprise.”

Metabiota offers both products and services for its customers, which are designed to identify early indications of emerging outbreaks and are focused towards commercial interests such as insurance companies. 

“We work with leading organizations across the insurance industry, as well as multilaterals and disaster-risk financing organizations, to develop novel infections disease-related products.”

“We combine leading epidemiological, statistical and actuarial techniques to quantify epidemic risk, shed light on uncertainty, and provide data-driven consulting on policy design.”

The Pentagon’s DTRA program in Georgia and Ukraine awarded $18.4million U.S. to Metabiota in 2014. Also, between 2012 and 2015 Metabiota was contracted by the Pentagon to work for the DTRA during the Ebola crisis in West Africa and was given a further $3.1million U.S. for work in Sierra Leone. In 2018 Metabiota announced that it received an award from Black & Veatch to support the DTRA’s Cooperative Biological Engagement Program in Iraq. 

Globally Metabiota has been collaborating with the U.S. government, performing services related to what we now consider to be biological weapons development contained within Pentagon run laboratories. 

Prior to the coronavirus (Covid-19) Metabiota the was contracted to provide scientific and consulting services for other viral epidemics. They have also had a heavy presence in Arica, seemingly they have been in the “right place at the right time” during numerous epidemics.

It does beg the question did they or someone who employed their services know ahead of time that outbreaks were going to happen and would need assistance to manage them?

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