I unfortunately regularly read stories about American atrocities and bizarre experiments both at home and abroad, and over time I’ve grown to become almost desensitized to such news.
It may sound cold and harsh, but in these times it’s become just another fact of life.
You have a nation (one among several) that has allowed Jews and the very worst dregs of the White Race to seize and maintain power – a power that is polluted throughout with corruption, instability, degeneracy, and the lack of any sort of moral compass.
Is it therefore any surprise that we’re hearing of medical tests being conducted on random foreigners that have never really been a serious issue or threat outside of their region?
A US-funded biomedical laboratory in Georgia may have conducted bioweapons research under the guise of a drug test, which claimed the lives of at least 73 subjects, the Russian Defense Ministry said in a statement.
The question of what really might have taken place at the secretive US-sponsored research facility hosted by Russia’s southern neighbor was raised by the Russian military on Thursday after they studied files published online by a former Georgian minister.
The documents record the deaths of 73 people over a short period of time, indicating a test of “a highly toxic chemical or biological agents with high lethality rate,” said Igor Kirillov, commander of the Russian military branch responsible for defending troops from radiological, chemical and biological weapons.
Kirillov apparently doubted that the tests, carried out by the Richard Lugar Center for Public Health Research near the Georgian capital Tbilisi, involved clinical trials of a drug called Sovaldi, which is meant for the treatment of Hepatitis C. The producer of the drug is Gilead Sciences, a California-based biomedical firm that recruited former US defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld as a board member in 1988, in between his two tenures as head of the Pentagon.
“Yes, Goyim, we’re going to feed you some aspirin that has a 60% fatality rate that mysteriously disappears as soon as you leave this facility.”
“We’re also going to stuff you in a room full of mosquitoes, but don’t worry because the bugs have no connection to anything we’re researching.”
“The documents showed many lethal outcomes among the patients. Despite the deaths of 24 people in December 2015 alone, the clinical trials were continued in violation of international standards and the wishes of the patients,” Kirillov claimed. “This led to the deaths of 49 more people.”
The large number of deaths stands in stark contrast to the actual documented use of Sovaldi in Russia, where no deaths have been linked to the drug, the Russian official stressed. Kirillov added that the US has a long record of unethical testing on human subjects in foreign countries.
The Russian official said the new documents “allow us to take a fresh look” at outbreaks of African swine fever in southern Russia in 2007-2018, which “spread from the territory of Georgia into the Russian Federation, European nations and China. The infection strain in the samples collected from animals killed by the disease in those nations was identical to the Georgia-2007 strain.”
Wouldn’t this fall into the acts of war category – ditto for the spread of diseased mosquito breeds from Georgia into Russia itself?
I mean, this specific swine fever is not deadly to humans (as far as we know), but can seriously threaten the food supply of a country hit by an epidemic.
The general said the Lugar Center in Georgia is simply part of a large network of Pentagon-controlled laboratories involved in WMD research, which was established in countries neighboring Russia. Part of the research is meant to establish infections that would be particularly resistant to vaccination and treatment, and effectively spread in the environment of the places in which the labs are located, he said.
Again, this is all happening because you’re part of a country that has set up a ruling class of deviants and cretins with genetic drives geared towards destruction and chaos.
Pretty dangerous, though, when you sit back to consider the fact that the Bear has a nice little supply of nasties just waiting to be deployed in the event of a war.