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VT is ready to cite, for its intelligence briefings to clients, what we now believe is an inexorable fact:

The war on vaccines is being financed by the same organizations that engineered SARS COV2 and deployed it around the world.  We also are ready to say we can prove, behind reasonable doubt, that COVID was created, not as a doomsday weapon but as an economic and political tool by occult groups with powerful influence over the US military and strong backing from worldwide organized crime/banking.

In the process, we have seen similar “breakaway command” issues as we saw when Obama took office.  At that time, JSOC remained under control of Rumsfeld and Cheney, in order to assure global deliveries of Afghanistan heroin production.

Today, with Israel under threat from a strong Biden presidency after co-ruling America in a power sharing deal with Russian-Kosher organized crime under Trump, military organizations, using both US forces and thousands of mercenaries, are maintaining criminal operations around the globe, Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Palestine, Libya, Chad, Somalia, Venezuela, the Korean Peninsula, Ukraine, Belarus, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Tajikistan, Iran, Turkey, Pakistan and elsewhere.

These operations aren’t simply destabilization or terror operations but include experiments using nuclear materials, biological agents and are all backed by powerful “black propaganda” weaponized social media managed through Fort Huachuca’s “school of deception.”

COVID 19 is one of these operations, first of others, largest thus far.

Thus far over 4000 have died, according to reports, from the COVID vaccine in the US.  We know that for sure because the dead told us so by reporting using an app on their phones, requiring, in most cases, biometric login.  Yes. the numbers Hannity and Tuckstein are putting out there are voluntary death reports made by those who died…who personally report after their own deaths.

You just can’t make this stuff up.

The bigger news involves reports that a book, published in China only by the People’s Liberation Army, cites proof that the United States is responsible for the creation of COVID 19 as part of defense program and that it was unleashed, on China, as an act of terrorism.

The reports, in the South China Post and the UK Sun, however, invert the facts, predictably, and try to debunk the Chinese report by stating that “not all scientists agree that SARS COV 2 was lab created.  Sounds like the language invented to protect cigarette companies from accusations that smoking caused cancer.

In that case, the term “conclusive proof” was invented, meaning that if someone, no matter how insane or unqualified, disagreed with science, then “no proof existed…no ‘conclusive proof’ that is.”

Our own studies have concluded that there were several reasons for the US to create and release SARS COV 2 which likely exists in forms that specifically target certain groups by age, ethnicity and other factors, which are outlined in the Michael Ainscough report to the Air War College of the United States.

We might also note that some years ago, VT examined the use of Global Hawk long range drone aircraft and the use of mini-drone submunitions as a dispersal method.  We believe these may have been used in some regions to spread COVID while other groups such as the US team that went to Wuhan in October 1999 (367 military tourists) as another.

We believe the Bush43 administration used this paper as an outline for developing a massive global program for development and weaponization of new generations of biological agents, as outlined in the document below, originally cited as “defensive”:

Is it safe and reliable to use methodologies taken from intelligence analysts when looking for responsible parties? If a publication like the New York Times publishes a “pointed” misdirection piece, it is safe to assume, based on how outlandish the article is, that intent can be determined, based on analysis, intent, of course, to deceive?

“Deception and cover” are primary components in every intelligence operation. Were the US to attack nations such as China, Russia, Italy, Iran or others with a biological weapon, a capability Russia has long alleged the US continues to maintain in violation of convention, a “deception and cover” operation would be part of it and media organizations would be tasked with specific “pointed” propaganda tasks.

“Intent” can and usually does very much mean an admission of complicity. In this case, the Times, by some standards, admitted that the US created COVID 19 and desperately needs to blame someone else because they either unleashed it as an act of war or, more likely, lost control of a biological weapon because of corrupt contractors that turned to super-governmental organized crime.

We only need to examine the OPCW and their recent attempts to cover up use of chemical weapons in Syria by Western intelligence agencies as a “backdrop” as it were. If that was done, then might well COVID 19 be a similar operation?

Attacking, silencing, smearing anyone who asks if bio-warfare is a reality has obviously forgotten, perhaps out of choice, the very long history of the use of biological weapons against the Soviet Union, Cuba and China during the Cold War.

It wasn’t until 1969 that the US admitted it had brought Japan’s devastating “731” program into the US Department of Defense at the end of World War II. Though the US has openly rejected the use of biological weapons, after decades of research and mass production and alleged deployment, current programs that are supposedly defensive in nature deeply analog the prohibited programs of old. From

“A pathogen can be obtained from two major sources: its natural environment and a microbiology laboratory or bank. When acquired from environmental sources such as soil, water, or infected animals, enough of the microorganism would have to be obtained to allow purification and testing of its characteristics. The difficulty in acquiring agents stored in labs and banks, such as the American Type Culture Collection, depends on accessibility to the pathogens, security for the facility, or security measures for the bank’s ordering process. These agents are purified and of a known quality.

An alternative to acquiring agents is creating them. Toxins can be produced by adding the DNA coding for its production to bacteria. Also, advances in biotechnology have made it possible to synthesize certain viruses based on its genome, or an organism’s genetic instructions, and using basic materials such as DNA. Dr. Eckard Wimmer first demonstrated this by re-creating the poliovirus in 2001, which was followed by Dr. Craig Venter’s synthesis of the bacteriophage phiX174 in 2003 and the 2005 re-creation of the 1918 flu virus by Dr. Jeffrey Taubenberger and Dr. Terrence Tumpey.”

What is alleged is that these capabilities as described exist, the virus availability exists and the strains now spreading in the current pandemic have a clear history as with earlier delves into the Spanish Flu of 1918 and polio, a disease in resurgence in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

On April 13, 2020, the New York Times published a 3000-word propaganda attack on Russian President Vladimir Putin, accusing him of “declaring war on American science.”

However, their article said everything but, though it did say “everything,” meaning a cornucopia of accusations and smears.

Here is how they begin:

“On Feb. 3, soon after the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus to be a global health emergency, an obscure Twitter account in Moscow began retweeting an American blog. It said the pathogen was a germ weapon designed to incapacitate and kill. The headline called the evidence “irrefutable” even though top scientists had already debunked that claim and declared the novel virus to be natural.”

They were quoting Trevor Bedford, certainly a qualified scientist, one qualified scientist who, in fact, debunked nothing. Yes, COVID 19 could occur naturally but, in fact it first occurred at the University of North Carolina, as a “chimera” that was “generated” so that “no vaccine could be developed,” according to a 2017 paper.

Getting back to the Times, as with most propaganda, so many rules are broken that would normally make a real journalist cry. Here’s one:

“Analysts say that President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia has played a principal role in the spread of false information as part of his wider effort to discredit the West and destroy his enemies from within.”

We thus ask, what analysts? Here’s another even worse:

“The New York Times — involving scores of interviews as well as a review of scholarly papers, news reports, and Russian documents, tweets and TV shows — found that Mr. Putin has spread misinformation on issues of personal health for more than a decade.”

With this, I don’t know whether to laugh or cry. Is Putin against eating vegetables or brushing teeth? What does “personal health” mean? Is anyone against “personal health?” They do make it clear in the next sentence, however:

“His (Putin’s) agents have repeatedly planted and spread the idea that viral epidemics — including flu outbreaks, Ebola and now the coronavirus — were sown by American scientists. The disinformers have also sought to undermine faith in the safety of vaccines, a triumph of public health that Mr. Putin himself promotes at home.”

Where do we begin? OK, they say “agents,” but what agents? They never name them. And didn’t Russia develop the vaccine for Ebola? Then again, didn’t American scientists at the University of North Carolina develop coronavirus in a study paid for by USAID, an organization that has typically been considered, and this assertion has “legs,” part of the CIA? Now we continue, but as examples are on every sentence, making a valid point without tiresome redundancy, will require the use of judgement. Next:

“Moscow’s aim, experts say, is to portray American officials as downplaying the health alarms and thus…

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