Catching up on US Bio Labs. Part 1

Updated: May 8




Due to the fact that I am currently working on and airing this content on the pages. I figured it was in due order to catch you up on the first 2 parts of this 4-part project that I have easily spent roughly 20 hours digging into.


Part 3 will air directly from my page on Facebook tonight at 6pm EST. Which I will post here afterwards. Part 4 will more than likely air on Monday at 6pm EST. I am a single father. So, I will be spending the weekend with my child focused on her.


The 2 videos combined already put out over 2 hours of content. Which is why I had to break this up into 4 pars. No one really wants to listen to someone talk for 4 hours in one shot. Especially not a disgruntled veteran.


So, let's dive into the first segment.


U.S Bio Labs Part 1




Notes and References from the video



What is bio defense? Bio defense uses medical measures to protect people against bioterrorism. Includes medications and vaccinations. It also included medical research and preparations. To defend against bio terrorist attacks. This makes sense. And seems like something that we DO NEED. We have to have some sort of biological weapons defense system in place in case our adversaries attempt to use these forms of attacks in the future. However, this seems like a double-edged sword. Because this could also be a guise to create biological weapons ourselves. Is it really out of the realm of possibility to think that we have nuclear capabilities but not also BIOLOGICAL capabilities?

Did the United States have a biological weapons program? I will cover that separately.

First, we must note that in their roughly 9-minute video. USAMRIID points out that their programs were being utilized by The Department of Health and Human Resources to help civilian providers manage biological break outs.

  • Department of Health and Human Services involvement in mandates and lockdowns tied to USAMRIID? Were the mandates and lockdowns a military response?

  • They admit that they have over 700 active agreements with multiple agencies including the federal government. What are those agreements? And did the United States have a Biological Weapons program?

United States biological weapons program | Military Wiki | Fandom

The United States had a 26-year history with its biological weapons program. During which time it studied and weaponized multiple biological agents. These agents included:

Some of the uses for these agents

Keep in mind that these are all allegations. But, is it really beyond the realm of possibility that the United States would have used biological weapons back then? What would be the purpose of biological weapons programs without testing those programs in real life combat situations? Why even have the program? Especially when there were experiments conducted on civilians. Again, Tuskegee experiments come to mind. Not only were the Tuskegee experiments conducted on civilians who did not give consent. So were the following. United States biological weapons program | Military Wiki | Fandom


Opinion | The Worry: Germ Warfare. The Target: Us. - The New York Times (nytimes.com)

ARMY CONDUCTED GERM WARFARE TESTS IN WASHINGTON' S NATIONAL AIRPORT (cia.gov)

Secret Testing in the United States | American Experience | Official Site | PBS


  • The United States Army also admitted that it carried out the “Subway Experiment” in 1966. Where light bulbs containing bacillus were tossed from moving trains.

Army Report Details Germ War Exercise In N.Y. Subway in '66 - The Washington Post Biological Agents Were Tested on the New York City Subway (businessinsider.com) This CBS news accounts for over 2 dozen biological tests were conducted by the United States Military in secret. Tests that the military had previously denied. Yet, now openly admit most of them. You can find many more articles confirming the existence of biological testing on civilians by our own government and military officials.

U.S. Admits Bio-Weapons Tests - CBS News So, it begs the question. If they admit to doing biological warfare testing programs in the past. And it is widely known that we did indeed have biological weapons at one point. Why is it so hard to believe that we do not have the same programs operating in existence?

  • Did our biological weapons program actually end?

  • According to our own history. Richard Nixon ended the biological weapons program in 1969. After a 26-year history of the program. During a speech from Fort Detrick on November 25th 1969.

90920.pdf (state.gov) 166. Statement Issued by President Nixon, November 25, 1969 (Just as a side note, I call complete bullshit. This is just the public version of what existed before this program and what we claim to not have now.)

United States biological weapons program - Wikipedia

  • It was in 1975 that the United States ratified both the 1925 Geneva Convention Protocol and the 1972 Biological Weapons Convention.

First, what is the 1925 Geneva Convention Protocol?


Long story short. The 1925 Geneva Protocol prohibits the use of Chemical and Biological weapons in war.

What is the 1972 Biological Weapons Convention?


Essentially the same thing as the 1925 Geneva Protocol. Prohibiting the use of Biological Weapons and Chemical Weapons.

  • WHY ARE WE STILL USING WHITE PHOSPHORUS?

According the end of our biological weapons programs. Multiple facilities that the United States had weapons stockpiled at, destroyed those weapons. “Reportedly”

  • Pine Bluff Arsenal. Pine Bluff Arkansas. Now used as a manufacturer of non-lethal weapons and munitions. Former stockpile of U.S Chemical Weapons. Pine Bluff Arsenal (u-s-history.com)



  • Beale Air Force Base Arsenal. Marysville, California. 50 Miles from Sacramento California. Which now does “high altitude intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance according to their website.

Beale Air Force Base | Military Base Guide

  • Rocky Mountain Arsenal. Denver Colorado. Commerce City, Colorado. Now operates as a National Wildlife Refuge. (Which I may add seems mighty convenient considering) Seems like a good place to still stockpile weapons under the guise of being a National Wildlife refuge.

Rocky Mountain Arsenal - Wikipedia


Now sit back and ask yourself what anti crop agents are. And why were they being weaponized at Fort Detrick? That’s right. Agent Orange.

Agent orange was used during the Vietnam war, Operation Ranch Hand, 1961-1971. To deprive the Viet Cong of food and vegetation cover.

An estimated 2.4 million U.S Servicemembers were exposed to agent orange as a result.


Not to mention the use of Napalm and other chemical agents inside of Vietnam. So now that we know the United States has biological facilities in present time. And it connects to the foundation and establishment of biological weapon programs in the past. Is it really too far out of the realm of reason to believe that these programs are not running today? As I have already stated. We have an active nuclear weapons program. And Fort Detrick is till the main hub for biological military operations. Granted, it is always good to have these programs in place in case of an enemy attack regarding biological agents. However, with our own historical context of these programs. Do we really believe that these programs just ceased to exist?


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