Trump Signs Bill to Further Protect Critical Infrastructure, Including Pandemic Delivery System

Trump Signs Bill to Further Protect Critical Infrastructure, Including Pandemic Delivery System Op-Ed by Janet Phelan It’s a sad day when protection equals assault, and when events such as the President signing H.R. 3359, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Act of 2017, is heralded as protecting the nation when in fact this legislation further protects a system which will devastate the nation. It has been a long standing modus operandi of the United States to disguise its most dangerous projects as protection. Following the events of September 11, 2001…

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The Next Generation Of Warfare: Genetically Engineered Viruses

The Next Generation Of Warfare: Genetically Engineered Viruses By Mac Slavo Genetically engineered viruses could very well become the next generation of warfare. Deadly viruses modified in labs could be released, eliminating entire communities of people as they infect, making them a valuable asset to militaries worldwide. As dystopian as that sounds, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is already working on a project called Insect Allies which will use insects to infect crops with genetically modified viruses that edit the crops’ genetic profile to make them more resilient against disease,…

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Scientists Accuse DARPA of Genetically Modifying Insects for Bioweapon to Spread Agricultural Viruses

Scientists Accuse DARPA of Genetically Modifying Insects for Bioweapon to Spread Agricultural Viruses By Matt Agorist In a scathing report issued this week, researchers with the Science Policy Forum have accused the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) of creating a technology—ostensibly used to genetically modify crops with insects—but that could be converted into a dangerous and illegal bioweapon. The current program is being funded by the Pentagon’s darling “research” arm DARPA — who last year was found to be spending millions on “genetic extinction technology” that could wipe…

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Anthrax Samples: U.S. Army Accidental Release From 2004 To 2015

Anthrax Samples: U.S. Army Accidental Release From 2004 To 2015 By Catherine J. Frompovich According to Judicial Watch Corruption Chronicles dated September 25, 2018, titled “DOD Fails to Implement Biosecurity Years after Army Lab Mistakenly Sent 575 Anthrax Samples,” Years after a U.S. Army laboratory accidentally sent hundreds of live anthrax bacteria samples to 194 facilities around the globe, the Department of Defense (DOD) has not implemented biosafety and biosecurity programs to prevent a repeat of the potentially deadly mistake. The failure has left government labs and the public at…

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