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US biological weapons classic example of Frankenstein monster: Analyst

US biological weapons classic example of Frankenstein monster: Analyst

US biological weapons classic example of Frankenstein monster: Analyst
February 23
13:00 2018

The US Army’s reported production of lethal viruses, bacteria, and toxins in various nations will eventually turn on the US and destroy the country, says an American writer and academic.

“The problem here is when you get involved in this kind of stuff, I mean the biological warfare type of stuff, you’re talking about the classic incidents of creating the Frankenstein monster that is going to return and attack you,” said E. Michael Jones, the current editor of Culture Wars, an online news magazine.

“America has spent the last 70 years creating proxy warriors that turn into Frankenstein; the classic example being Osama Bin Laden in Afghanistan along with the Mujahedin,” Jones said in a phone interview with Press TV on Thursday.

“These are biological weapons threatening to be even more dangerous. We are now approaching the hundredth anniversary of the Spanish flu epidemic, which broke out after the end of World War I in 1919,” he added.

“There are reports out saying that this was a biological warfare weapon that the allies were intending to use on the Germans during World War I, but the war ended before they could use it. They did use poison gas, both sides used poison gas, but it got out of control. And that’is the whole problem here with weapon like this.”

A recent report has claimed that the US Army frequently makes lethal viruses, bacteria, and toxins in blatant violation of the United Nations Convention on the prohibition of Biological Weapons for the purpose of biological warfare.

According to a detailed report recently published by Bulgarian investigative journalist Dilyana Gaytandzhieva, bio warfare scientists, under diplomatic cover, purportedly test man-made viruses at Pentagon bio labs in at least 25 countries across the globe.

It alleges that these laboratories are financed by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) under a $2.1-billion military program, called Cooperative Biological Engagement Program (CBEP).

Gaytandzhieva alleged US bio labs are situated in former Soviet Union countries such as Georgia and Ukraine, across the Middle East, and throughout Southeast Asia and Africa, citing purported documents, incidents, and examples.

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