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FINISHED: US Biological Weapons Program. Interview with Investigative Journalist Dilyana Gaytandzhieva






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  • Sinbad2

    Do a 911 type attack on one of the many American WMD stockpiles, and you would wipe out half the American population. Keeping so much nasty stuff in your own back yard is extremely stupid.

  • Sage Durham

    I think this might be referring to the human experiments by US government in adjacent nations to Russia. Many people died from these human experiments. Probably looking to find weaknesses in Russian DNA to apply their bioweapons.

    • Darwin K. Hoop

      Clearly the case. People need to keep this in mind when they hand over their genetic vulnerabilities to “23 and Me” and other DNA sample repositories.

  • AlexanderAmproz



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  • RichardD

    Bio hazards is a concern of mine in ET/ED contact work. I bought a civilian full face respirator designed for NATO 40 mm NBC filters that I can bring with me on ops if I need it. The coveralls are also on my list. There are situations where you need an air supply also. But this mask should be good for everything else. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/147fb21c6e41429ce3a513455a39a410a341ae3999efe506816078623651872c.jpg