US bioweapons labs in Ukraine: What will Russia find in the labs?


Russia’s military operation in Ukraine seems to be going very successfully. Of course, the initial reports should be taken with a grain of salt. But the question arises, what will the Russians find in Ukraine?Reports from the first day of the Russian military operation in Ukraine show that the Ukrainian army does not have much to counter the Russian forces. The Ukrainian army was heavily armed by NATO, but since most Ukrainian soldiers were conscripted to serve against their will, their fighting spirit seems to be decidedly low. In many places it is reported that the Russian army met no resistance at the border and was literally waved through by the Ukrainian forces.

Where fighting has occurred, Ukrainian soldiers have waved white flags. This is not true everywhere, but it seems to have happened very frequently. However, the so-called volunteer battalions in particular, composed of volunteer Ukrainian nationalists, are probably resisting fiercely.

Russia reports that there is no longer a functioning military airport in Ukraine and that a great deal of weaponry, especially anti-aircraft and artillery, was destroyed in the first few hours. The shooting down of several Turkish-made Bayraktar drones was also reported. CNN filmed Russian soldiers allegedly occupying Kiev airport.

This would make sense, as Russia has announced that one of the goals of the military operation is to denazify Ukraine. Apparently, the occupation of civilian airports is intended to limit the ability of those responsible in Ukraine to escape. U.S. bioweapons labs in Ukraine.

I have often reported that the U.S., more specifically the Pentagon, operates several bioweapons labs in Ukraine. The last time I reported on this was on January 27. The U.S. has always refused international inspections of its labs, so no one knows what they are researching in these labs. But we can assume that Russian special forces will take a closer look at these labs in the coming days.

And this seems to be exactly a can of worms. A tweet was published on Twitter about this and the user was immediately blocked. I won’t go into the content of the tweet, which can still be found in an Internet archive. If you are interested, you can view it here [1].

My point is that Twitter was so quick to delete a tweet and its author merely because he pointed out that there are U.S. bioweapons labs in Ukraine and that it looks like their capture is one of the important targets of the Russian military operation.

Who Russia Still Seeks in Ukraine

Russian President Putin said the following in his address to the nation on Monday about the Odessa tragedy of May 2014, in which nearly 50 people were burned alive by radical Maidan supporters and which has never been solved in Ukraine:

“The criminals who committed this atrocity have not been punished and no one is looking for them. But we know their names and will do everything to punish them, find them and bring them to justice.”

Considering that the Russian army is also on its way to Odessa, some people there might be getting very nervous right now and trying to leave the city quickly.

The same goes for the radical neo-Nazis who are in power in Ukraine. On Russian television, Russian officials say that they also want to hold those responsible for other crimes, for example in the Donbass [2], accountable.


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