It is well known that the Pentagon operates biolabs all over the world. Now, new documents have surfaced about what the US is researching in Ukraine and Georgia.
Anti-Spiegel: Bulgarian journalist Dilyana Gaitandzhieva is considered a conspiracy theorist by Western media because she uncovers scandals that Westerners prefer to keep under the carpet, but her past research, for example on US arms sales to Islamist groups in Syria, has been confirmed and not refuted . Now Gaitandzhieva has published a new research that was reported on Russian television.
Gaitandzhieva has seen documents on the research of the Pentagon’s biolaboratories in Ukraine and Georgia. I have often reported on the US laboratories in Ukraine and Georgia , and also on the fact that the USA refuses to carry out any checks on these laboratories . I translated the Russian TV report about Gaitandzhieva’s new research.
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Biological sample suppliers: US conducts trials with Ukrainian and Georgian soldiers
Ukrainian and Georgian soldiers are to be tested for their resistance to 14 particularly dangerous pathogens. It’s not just about Crimean hemorrhagic fever, but also, for example, about typhus and anthrax. Tbilisi is ready to provide a thousand recruits for the experiments.
It is said to be about taking a blood sample, a seemingly harmless procedure. However, the documents contain an important caveat: American military scientists are to be informed within 48 hours of the deaths of study participants.
“This means that the experiments have a possible fatal outcome. It is not known what kind of procedures will be carried out on the soldiers and how, and there is a real danger to the lives of the volunteers involved in the program,” said Dilyana Gaitandzhieva, the author of the research.
The Bulgarian journalist previously exposed a US-organized plan to supply arms to Syrian militants. She has investigated the activities of the Lugar Center in Tbilisi, which is a key link in the vast US military-biological program. The US needs its satellites, Ukraine and Georgia, not just as a testing ground, but also as a source of biological samples.