Russia accuses US of running a biological weapons lab in Georgia Russia's Defense Ministry accused the US of running a secretive biological weapons lab in the country of Georgia, saying the lab is part of a network of ...
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I selected this video for the headline because it is the most current accessible on these subjects. It is a colossal mistake for Zimbabwe to "WELCOME" China building a level 4 Virology Laboratory in Zimbabwe.
It has becomes more clear to all 7 billion of us is that the recent pandemic most probably originated in the Wuhan Virology Institute, assisted by a several-million-dollar grant from the USA's National Institute of Health to further weaponize a flu virus that had already had two bump-ups in two American laboratories.
My authority on that is Francis A. Boyle, Professor of International Law at the University of Illinois, Magna Cum Laude Harvard Law, M.A. and Ph.D in Political Science from Harvard, and most relevant to this discussion, author of the 1989 Bioweapons Act which passed both Houses of USA Congress Unanimously.
16 nations have these weapons and 177 do not. Those who do are: USA, Russia, China, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Canada, North Korea, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Sweden, Libya, Cuba, Syria, and South Africa.
How should the 16 tell the 177 to stop risking the health of all of these other 177?
How do 177 nations issue a Cease and Desist order? That would be an interesting case before the International Court of Justice. No treaty or pact between even a few of these 177 would ever be taken seriously. Even it were taken seriously by the 177, the 16 would go conceal their weapons. More incidents, just like another pandemic, would be inevitable.
This is a condensed short history of biological weapons. What Russia and China do in this realm is tightly controlled, largely invisible from satellites, but still discernible in published virology journals.
This brilliant report is by Friedrich Frischknecht.
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