America’s biological experiments plague the world

2022-05-23 0 By

Recently, the US biological experiments in Ukraine have aroused great concern in the international community, but the US side has been secretive and failed to provide a convincing explanation.This can not help but make people think of, from the use of black people to syphilis human experiments, to the US laboratory “mistakenly sent” live anthrax samples to many countries, the United States in biological experiments and biological military activities in chaos, brought global scourge.Tip of the iceberg: high-risk pathogens that may be carried by migratory birds in Ukraine, Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever, African Swine fever…This is clearly listed as an “active research project” on the website of the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine.U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Victoria Nuland acknowledged at a Senate hearing March 8 that There are “biological research facilities” in Ukraine and that the United States is working with Ukraine to prevent relevant “research materials” from falling into Russian military hands.On March 10, the Russian Defense Ministry received information that the United States is working in a biological laboratory in Ukraine to study how to transmit extremely dangerous viruses through migratory birds, the head of the Russian military’s radiation, chemical and Biological protection forces, Andrei Kirilov, said.Russian defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said on March 24 that Russian experts have found new evidence that the US Department of Defense is directly involved in the development of biological weapons components in Ukraine, and documents confirm that the US Pentagon approved the “UP-2” project, whose main goal is to conduct molecular analysis of high-risk pathogens unique to Ukraine.The international community is highly concerned about this.Alastair Hay, emeritus professor of environmental toxicology at the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom, said the United States has been supporting various laboratories in Ukraine through a post-Cold War program, and “it is unclear why the United States needs to support this work and why it is not being guided by the World Health Organization.”Rwandan diplomatic and security expert Emile Nzilabatinha said the secret biological experiment carried out by the United States, the motivation behind it and the risk associated with the release of a high-risk pathogen are serious concerns for the international community.Korkut Ulujan, a Turkish expert in medical biology and genetics, said the United States should disclose and monitor its biological laboratories in Ukraine. “If there is a leak and covert research gets out of control, the results could be catastrophic,” he said.U.S. biological experiments in Ukraine are just the tip of the iceberg.According to Mohamed Omari, an expert on Syrian politics, the United States funds and operates more than 300 biological laboratories in more than 30 countries around the world.The dark history can be traced back to the origin of biological experiments in the United States.In the 20th century, a major scandal of biological experiments in the United States was the “Tuskegee syphilis experiment” conducted by black people: Since 1932, the Public health department of the United States cooperated with Tuskegee College in Alabama to secretly study the harm of syphilis to human body with hundreds of black people as experimental objects.According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the us government covered up the truth about the experiments for 40 years, with the first news reports about them coming to light in 1972, when the experiments were stopped.Fort Detrick is the base of biological militarization in the United States.The us Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases at the base is the most problematic and has a number of suspected links to the Novel Coronavirus.Detrick fort inherited “unit 731” devil heritage by the Japanese invaders, the us military army medical research institute of infectious diseases have only P4 lab, storage for almost all known highly pathogenic pathogens, including ebola, anthrax, smallpox and the plague bacillus and SARS coronavirus (SARS).The United States is the world’s number one technological and military power, but it can not control the anthrax bacteria in its military laboratories.Between 2004 and 2015, military LABS at the Dagway Proving Ground in Utah sent out 86 sets of anthrax samples that were supposed to be completely inactivated, but the LABS that received the samples were surprised to find that the bacteria was still active.Later, 33 samples that were still in storage were investigated and analyzed, and 17 of them were found to be active.When the “anthrax blunder” came to light in 2015, samples of potentially active anthrax bacteria had been sent to all 50 states.The impact of the incident has also spread from the United States to many parts of the world.The investigation showed that anthrax samples were distributed to nine other countries, including South Korea, Japan and the United Kingdom.The “Anthrax ogre” incident caused anger and protests in South Korea.On March 21, residents of Busan, South Korea, held a rally together with several civic groups, including the Peace Citizens Network in Korea, to demand the complete closure and withdrawal of the U.S. Forces Korea (USFK) biological laboratory.Jeon Wae-bong, head of the committee’s situation office, said that the U.S. biochemical laboratory is only for the benefit of the U.S. and is a source of misfortune to the host country, and that South Korea should close and dismantle the U.S. military biochemical laboratory as soon as possible, according to the Gayaya Daily.In Central Asia, where the United States has funded biological laboratories in many places, public opinion is negative.According to today’s Kazakhstan News Agency, 92 percent of kazakhs polled oppose U.S. funding for the almaty biological laboratory.In 2013, the U.S. military launched the KZ-29 program to study Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever at the Almaty Institute of Biological Sciences, Russia’s Lianta news reported.A year later, cases of Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever rose in places such as Kazakhstan and Georgia.Nikita Mendekovic, director of the Eurasia Analysis Club, said it is impossible to rule out the possibility of the pathogen being transferred between Kazakhstan and Georgia.Mohamed Omari, an expert on Syrian politics, said the United States may be setting up a large number of biological laboratories outside its borders to distance itself from possible harm and use them as a tool to undermine the security of other countries.The United States has a dismal record under the International Convention on the Prohibition of Biological Weapons (BWC), which deals with dangerous biological experiments and military activities.In 1997, the United States was accused by Cuba of spreading an agricultural pest, the first time any country had been accused of violating the convention and that led to a formal meeting of states parties.In addition, the guilty Us has for years exclusively opposed the establishment of the multilateral verification mechanism of the Biological Weapons Convention.Source: Xinhua