Biological weapon

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Concept.png Biological weapon 
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Interest of• Francis Boyle
• Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy
• Clade X
• Emergent BioSolutions
• George C. Marshall Institute
• Steven J. Hatfill
• Tom Inglesby
• Bruce Ivins
• Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security
• Robert Kadlec
• Project MKNAOMI
Subpage(s)Biological weapon/Preparation
Biological weapon/Research
A "bioterrorist" could use Biological weapons. Researched in Level 4 Bioweapons labs.

Biological weapons are organisms, viruses or biological toxins intended for use as destructive agents, typically by infecting and incapacitating or killing people.


Research into biological weapons is allowed for defensive purposes. In practice, this is difficult or impossible to differentiate from offensive research.

Official narrative

A "bioterrorist" attack is something we need to be prepared for. Preparing for "pandemics" might be a test case for a more severe "bioterrorist" attack.


Full article: Biological weapon/Preparation

In over 200 cases the US tested bioweapons on their own citizens, according to 'official' news in the commercially-controlled media.[1] Preparations overlap with "Terrorism/Preparation" since Anthrax was used in a false flag event and Pandemic/Preparation as the proposed solution is preemtive development and large scale funding of new (genetically modified) vaccines.

Ethnic bioweapon

The development of ethnic bioweapons and their projected use has been a matter of discussion for decades.[2][3]


2002-2003 SARS epidemic in Southern China

Full article: SARS

In 2003 ABC News reported on Sergei Kolesnikov's claim that the virus was made in a laboratory.[4] The Sydney Morning Herald headlined a 2008 article SARS a Chinese weapon: Taiwan official which began "Taiwan's top national security chief was forced to apologise after suggesting the deadly SARS virus could have been developed in Chinese laboratories as a bio-weapon. National Security Bureau director Tsai Chao-ming..."[5]

2009 avian flu contamination

In February 2009, Baxter International shipped 72 kg material to 16 laboratories in 4 countries. The material was marked as vaccine, but contained live H5N1 avian flu virus material as well as a mix of H3N2 seasonal flu viruses.[6]

2019–20 Wuhan coronavirus outbreak‎‎

Full article: 2019–20 Wuhan coronavirus outbreak‎‎

In late 2019 Covid-19 was detected, first in China, leading the Commercially-controlled media to assume it originated there. The suggestion that it might be a man-made biological weapon was met with widespread censorship by the commercially-controlled media (most obviously Twitter).[7]

Level 4 Bioweapons labs

Research into the most hazardous substances and so called "feature enhancement" is carried out at Biosafety level 4 facilities. The diseases studied there are fatal to humans and animals and with no known cure.[8]


The United States operates a high number of level 4 labs worldwide.[9][10] Accidents and carelessness on the side management shows, that it is not possible to operate these labs, even those with the highest security level, safely all the time.[11] Especially notorious is the Plum Island bio lab near Long island.[12][13] It was operated only as a biosafety level 3 lab,[14] but it stands as an well documented example for technical and administrative problems that these facilities face. The research facility at Fort Detrick was shut down by the CDC in July 2019, citing failure to follow local procedures, lack of periodic recertification training for workers in the biocontainment laboratories and problems with the wastewater decontamination system.[15]


2019–20 Wuhan coronavirus outbreak map.jpg

The only such facility in mainland China is the Wuhan Institute of Virology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 8.6 miles from the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market which the World Health Organization linked to the first reported cluster of Covid-19 patients, 44 people who became unwell with pneumonia of unknown cause, at the start of what was then referred to as the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak, later the 2020 coronavirus pandemic.


An example

Page nameDescription
2001 Anthrax attacksA week after 9/11, weaponised anthrax spores was sent from a US lab to media offices and to two U.S. Senators who were obstructing the rollback of civil liberties. A $100M FBI investigation concluded that posthumously blamed a "lone nut" researcher. In 2015, the FBI head of the investigation sued the US Attorney General alleging that exculpating evidence had been withheld.


Related Quotation

1959“A US Army operating manual from 1956 stated explicitly that biological and chemical warfare were an integral operating portion of US military strategy, were not restricted in any way, and that Congress had given the military “First Strike” authority on their use. In 1959, an attempt by Congress to remove this first-strike authority was defeated by the White House and bio-chemical weapons expenditures increased from $75 million to almost $350 million.”Larry Romanoff2020


Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Operation Black Dogarticle2000David GuyattThe story of a US covert, airborne biological weapons attack on Iraq during the first US-Iraq war of 1990
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