By VT Editors -April 18, 2020
VT: In 2001, a week before 9/11, the New York Times, led by Judith Miller, Stephen Engelburg and William Broad, published a massive expose of America’s secret program under the Clinton and Bush administrations to manufacture and covertly use bio-warfare weapons.
Because of 9/11, this article was lost and allowed to stay lost.
The program herein is the program that created COVID 19 in research dating from 2002 through 2017 and the facilities discussed here weaponized and eventually deployed COVID 19 against China, Iran, Italy, Spain and, worse of all, against the United States.
VT: In an article, published September 4, 2001, the Times outlined how the US broadly violated the 1972 treaty prohibiting biological weapons:
“Over the past several years, the United States has embarked on a program of secret research on biological weapons that, some officials say, tests the limits of the global treaty banning such weapons.
The 1972 treaty forbids nations from developing or acquiring weapons that spread disease, but it allows work on vaccines and other protective measures. Government officials said the secret research, which mimicked the major steps a state or terrorist would take to create a biological arsenal, was aimed at better understanding the threat.
The projects, which have not been previously disclosed, were begun under President Clinton and have been embraced by the Bush administration, which intends to expand them.
Earlier this year, administration officials said, the Pentagon drew up plans to engineer genetically a potentially more potent variant of the bacterium that causes anthrax, a deadly disease ideal for germ warfare.”
“The experiment has been devised to assess whether the vaccine now being given to millions of American soldiers is effective against such a superbug, which was first created by Russian scientists. A Bush administration official said the National Security Council is expected to give the final go-ahead later this month.
Two other projects completed during the Clinton administration focused on the mechanics of making germ weapons.”
The programs maintained cover under the CIA who built sample weapon deployment systems, pretending to be researching others while, in actuality, developing a massive capability which exists to this day.
“In a program code-named Clear Vision, the Central Intelligence Agency built and tested a model of a Soviet-designed germ bomb that agency officials feared was being sold on the international market. The C.I.A. device lacked a fuse and other parts that would make it a working bomb, intelligence officials said.