Updated: May 8, 2022
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
The Department of Defense has operated 336 bio labs in 30 Countries around the world
Fort Detrick Maryland is the center for U.S Bio-military activities. (Army Medical Research institute of Infectious Disease
YOUTUBE VIDEO FOR USAMRIID USAMRIID - The Cornerstone of National Medical Biodefense - YouTube
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?
Reference Tuskegee experiments. Directly from the CDC website. Tuskegee Study - Timeline - CDC - NCHHSTP
When was USAMRIID founded? And why? Beginnings United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases - Wikipedia
United States Biological Warfare Laboratories. United States Army Biological Warfare Laboratories - Wikipedia ORIGINS SECTION!!!!!
DISESTABLISHMENT SECTION! Destruction of stockpiles of all Biological Weapons and Agents.
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?
The U.S Biological weapons program began in the spring of 1943 on the orders of President Franklin D Roosevelt.
A history of biological weapons. A History of Biological Weapons | American Experience | Official Site | PBS
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:
Staphylococcal enterotoxin B Staphylococcal Enterotoxin B (iastate.edu)
Brucellosis Brucellosis | Military Wiki | Fandom
Other listed agents United States biological weapons program | Military Wiki | Fandom
Some of the uses for these agents
Let’s not forget that Ricin was used in World War I delivered by artillery shells. Just as a historical reference pre dating the formation of this program.
1962 the CIA (allegedly) used agents in Puerto Rico to contaminate a shipment of Cuban sugar. CIA accused of sabotage in Thames | US foreign policy | The Guardian
Allegations that the United States used biological agents during the Korean War. Allegations of biological warfare in the Korean War | Military Wiki | Fandom
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
The San Fransico Tests. Beginning on September 26th 1950. A U.S Navy minesweeper spent six days spraying Serratia Marcescens into the air 2 miles off of the California Coast. Operation Sea Spray. In 1950, the U.S. Released a Bioweapon in San Francisco | Smart News| Smithsonian Magazine
The United States Army has already conceded that it conducted experiments at Washington National Airport in 1965.