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Russia claim to have evidence that Ukrainian servicemen were involved in USA led infectious disease experiments


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Russia has reportedly found evidence of Ukrainian servicemen involved in US Pentagon infectious disease experiments. The claims, reported on 7 July 2022, outline test results from ‘voluntary blood analysis on surrendered Ukrainian servicemen by the Russian Ministry of Defence’.

Lt. General Kirillov, head of biological defence of the Russian Air Force, reportedly claimed that 33 per cent of Ukrainian servicemen had had hepatitis A, over four per cent had renal syndrome fever and 20 per cent had West Nile fever. Diseases long thought gone, such as the plague, have resurfaced in places like New Mexico, California and Colorado.

But, according to the Russian Ministry of Defence, the figures from the Ukrainian volunteers are significantly higher than the statistical average for these diseases. The Ministry further suggested there was reason to believe Ukraine was actively involved in research conducted by the Pentagon, with volunteers used in experiments designed to assess tolerance to dangerous infectious diseases.

Along with the diseases, Russia explained there was a high concentration of antibiotics in the volunteers – indicative of preventive use and possible preparation of personnel for operating within a biological conflict.

These findings follow earlier allegations from Russia that Ukraine was housing USA-funded biological weapons laboratories that led to the commencement of Russian ‘special operations in Ukraine’.

Whilst the US Department of Defense has acknowledged partnering with Ukraine, a fact sheet released by the Department of Defense Cooperative Threat Reduction Program – Biological Threat Reduction Program Activities in Ukraine explains the US and Ukraine partnered to ‘support peaceful and safe biological detection and diagnostic capabilities and to reduce the threats posed by pathogens’. It further stated that ‘all member countries of the World Health Organization (WHO) International Health Regulations (2005) must have special capabilities to detect and respond to disease’.

Irina Yarovaya, the Russian Co-Chair of the Parliamentary Commission on Investigation into the Activities of the US Biological Laboratories in Ukraine, stated that “Russia had repeatedly initiated a discussion of the issues related to the concerns about the growth of diseases that seemed to be a thing of the past, in order to identify the reasons of emerging new epidemics, including on the territory of Ukraine, when the number of diseases of tuberculosis, measles, poliomyelitis was five times higher and had become the subject of consideration, including by the World Health Organization.”

News services have continued to report Russia’s allegations as misinformation. The basis for this assumption is that the US publicly includes information about its Biological Threat Reduction Program on the US embassy’s website. Regardless of whether Russia is misinformed as to the purpose of the Biolabs is not just a matter for the Russian government.

For more than two years, citizens from across the globe have been told by politicians and elites to ‘trust the science’, but as more data is released from Pfizer and further research studies are conducted, it is clear that sometimes science can get it wrong. The mass attempt at silencing highly qualified critics throughout the pandemic has likely led many to now second guess anything produced by the media and anything that comes out of the mouths of politicians.



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