|Posted by Conspiracy Cafe on September 23, 2018 at 8:05 AM|
SEPTEMBER 20, 2018 BY 21WIRE
Earlier this year, 21WIRE published the journalist Dilyana Gaytandzhieva’s previous reports detailing the Pentagon’s extensive overseas biological and chemical weapons facilities in eastern Europe and central Asia, and at Porton Down in the UK.
In her latest investigation, we learn about the Pentagon’s biolaboratory in the Republic of Georgia’s capital Tbilisi, and the diplomatic cover provided to traffick in “human blood and pathogens for a secret military program.”
Editor’s Note: A special report and preview of the documentary film aired first on Al Mayadeen TV – watch the Arabic language version below. 21WIRE plans to release a series of special English language video reports at 21st Century Wire and 21WIRE.TV.
By Dilyana Gaytandzhieva
21st Century Wire
The US Embassy to Tbilisi transports frozen human blood and pathogens as diplomatic cargo for a secret US military program. Internal documents, implicating US diplomats in the transportation of and experimenting on pathogens under diplomatic cover were leaked to me by Georgian insiders. According to these documents, Pentagon scientists have been deployed to the Republic of Georgia and have been given diplomatic immunity to research deadly diseases and biting insects at the Lugar Center – the Pentagon biolaboratory in Georgia’s capital Tbilisi.
This military facility is just one of the many Pentagon biolaboratories in 25 countries across the world. They are funded by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) under a $ 2.1 billion military program – Cooperative Biological Engagement Program (CBEP), and are located in former Soviet Union countries such as Georgia and Ukraine, the Middle East, South East Asia and Africa.
Instead of investing in the health of its own citizens the US government has spent $161 million of US taxpayer money on the Lugar Center in Tbilisi for research on deadly diseases and biting insects abroad.
According to the patent documents, the drone is capable of delivering lethal and non-lethal toxins, including any agent that can be carried and administered by a mosquito.