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The recent restoration of a suspended Twitter account has re-focused attention on certain laboratories in Ukraine. What were they there for?

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Late on the night of February 1, User “Kanekoa the Great,” who revealed the Google Leaks, revealed something else. Shortly after Russia began its “special military operation” in Ukraine, CNAV heard rumors of biological weapons development facilities in Ukraine – with American funding, and under American direction. Now “Kanekoa the Great” asserts he can prove precisely that. Moreover he linked to another thread that appeared two days before, offering further evidence. (That evidence came from a user who won reinstatement in Elon’s Grand Mass Liberation of Twitter.) The two threads suggest that the frantic “support” of Ukraine is a vain attempt to hide the establishment of those biological weapons development facilities. They further suggest that Vladimir Putin began his operation, in large part, to seek out and expose those facilities.

The strongest evidence against these allegations are the assurances by American embassy staff that these are “threat reduction facilities.” Is that a distinction without a difference? You decide.

Ukraine bio-weapons – the background

On March 7, 2022, CNAV published this compilation of Twitter tweets and YouTube and Rumble videos detailing Unkraine bio-weapons rumors. The discussion began on February 24, 2022, the very day the Russian Army first moved into Ukraine. Veterans Today carried one such rumor; a site calling itself “Rupreparing” carried another.

Then a Twitter user calling himself WarClandestine posted this thread:

Twitter’s Trust and Safety Team suspended WarClandestine’s account on the strength of that thread. Many expressed skepticism of his account – but the skepticism amounted to a parsing of definitions. See, for example:

Someone else accused WarClandestine of making it up to support Russian military action, which this user regarded as illegitimate.

Note that the other user replied immediately to the first tweet in the thread. Now note the eleven-month hiatus between that tweet and WarClandestine’s reply. Clearly Twitter suspended WarClandestine, and then when he got his account back, he started the argument all over again.

CNAV provides the other reply tweets to WarClandestine’s original thread, for review:

The United States Embassy in Ukraine called these labs “threat reduction assets.”

Beginning on March 3, 2022, confirmations began to roll in. These tweets give a good sample:

See also these two videos:

The latest threads

WarClandestine left this thread on January 29:

Liz Wheeler asked him for an interview.

Presumably she got that interview, because she produced this episode about “a conspiracy theory about Ukraine.”

Here we have some back-and-forth, including one user who wanted to argue about “conspiracy theorists”:

One user, apparently an American, wondered forthrightly whether America was aiding the wrong side:

Another user expressed what looks like skepticism. But bear in mind the Ukraine flag he flies as part of his account name:

With that as background, herewith Kanekoa the Great’s thread:

Most reaction to this thread is of the “There you see” and “Wow” varieties. But these two tweets added original material, in the form of synoptic graphics:


The problem with “conspiracy theories” is that the “intelligence take” from social media looks the same. This holds whether the theory is true or false. But the problem for those who dismiss such theories as false, is that too many of them have proved true. The Twitter Files and other such releases have in fact proved the truth of the oldest conspiracy theory of the Internet. Which is that legacy media, and social-media moderators, really do preferentially suppress content that questions leftist authority. At the same time, these same organs accuse others of offenses varying from misprision of the news, to treason.

The Russian Federation has long held that Ukraine had biological weapons development facilities in it. We know from the FTX revelations that Ukraine has been a money laundry for leftist causes, including the Democratic Party. (But don’t forget RINOs.) More to the point, the United States Embassy in Ukraine did avow having “biological threat reduction facilities” in Ukraine. When does such research go beyond “threat reduction” toward outright weaponization of viral or microbial life? This brings up another problem: today nearly all the authorities tasked with making such a distinction, stand accused of nefarious behavior.

This, then, is what the House of Representatives should investigate, now that a different Party conference has taken it over. Let those embassy and State Department personnel make their technical distinctions while seated at a green baize table. That, more than “vax mandates,” deserves investigation – immediate investigation.

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Terry A. Hurlbut has been a student of politics, philosophy, and science for more than 35 years. He is a graduate of Yale College and has served as a physician-level laboratory administrator in a 250-bed community hospital. He also is a serious student of the Bible, is conversant in its two primary original languages, and has followed the creation-science movement closely since 1993.

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Donald R. Laster, Jr

And this is something I have suspected from other items I have read. Especially, from items I have about Anthony Fauci and his funding of labs.


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