Posted by James Madison of American Media Periscope
Officially, the development of biological weapons is forbidden by an international treaty known as the Convention of the Prohibition of Biological Toxins and Weapons (BWTC). Article V of this document provides for multinational cooperation in the event a nation is believed to have violated the Biological Weapons Convention. Article V has not been used until now. Russia, along with China and other nations, have asserted the US is in violation for funding potentially forty six biological laboratories in Ukraine.
The next step will be to invoke Article VI of the treaty which will call upon the United Nations Security Council to investigate the alleged violations. We know coronavirus was engineered in the Wuhan lab, thanks to NIAID money funneled through Dr Fauci and Peter Daszak. Since this has been well documented by AMP and other sources, it would be naive to think that what happened in Wuhan was a one of a kind violation.
Russia has every intention of displaying its viewpoints either at the Mariupol Tribunals which have already begun, or at the United Nations itself where Russia is a member of the Security Council. Expect some stunning revelations, some of which may not be very comfortable to learn about. Read on.
Russia and China Push to Enact Article VI of The Biological Weapons Convention to Investigate US/Ukraine
Today, the UN held a consultative meeting between the State Parties to the Convention of the Prohibition of Biological Toxins and Weapons (BWTC), under Article V. Keep in mind this is the first time in history Article V has been utilized.
A joint statement was delivered by Russia, China, Belarus, Nicaragua, Zimbabwe, Cuba, Venezuela, and Syria; pertaining to the unresolved US biological laboratories in Ukraine.1
Essentially, these countries are pointing out that the UN Security Counsel have done nothing to resolve this pressing matter, and are demanding the UN Security Counsel do their job. See passage below.
“We have to conclude that the questions as to the military biological activities conducted by the United States in the context of the functioning of biological laboratories on the Ukrainian territory still remain unresolved. We have not received exhaustive explanations that could completely allay the doubts concerning the said activities and thus straighten out the situation that had prompted the Russian side to convene the Consultative meeting under BTWC Article V. This is regrettable.”
Now, your first reaction might be, “the UN is corrupt! This is pointless!”. And you would be partially correct.
However, the joint statement addresses this as well. Stating that the UN need to enact Article VI, which would be a cooperative formal investigation into alleged biological malfeasance by the Security Counsel, which is what we want.
“In addition, given the outcomes of the Consultative meeting as well as to facilitate the resolution of the existing situation, we call for making use |of all opportunities available within the framework of the BTWC, including the mechanism under Article VI of the Convention.”
The State Parties go on to address that the efficiency and mechanisms behind the BTWC may need to be evaluated at the upcoming Ninth Review of the Biological Weapons Conference, this November 28th-December 16th, 2022.2
“The outcomes of the event demonstrate the potential for strengthening the BTWC and improving its efficiency. The consultative meeting has confirmed the need to resume the negotiations on a legally binding protocol to the Convention, which should have a comprehensive nature and offer an effective verification mechanism. We hope that the States Parties will be able to adopt a relevant decision during the Ninth Review Conference of the BTWC.”
So come December, all of the world governments will be having a debate on the highest diplomatic stage, pertaining to the US Biological malfeasance in Ukraine. Russia, China, and many of their allies, are looking to make changes to the mechanisms behind the BTWC, to generate some efficiency in holding the US/Ukraine accountable for their violations of international law. As the US are one of the permanent seats in the UN Security Counsel, they can veto any attempts by other nations to investigate their biological activity. Essentially making the “Big 5” Nations (US, Russia, China, United Kingdom, France), impervious to investigation.
This situation is giving rise to the reality that there needs to be unprecedented solutions to an unprecedented problem. The current system is flawed, and intervention/adaptation may be necessary to move forward as a society and as a People.
In conclusion, Russia have done their due diligence and gone through the proper diplomatic channels to air their grievances. They have much of the world’s support, but the systems in place are being abused by corrupt entities.
Once Russia have exhausted all diplomatic solutions and still aren’t taken seriously by the West, I’d wager they will utilize alternative methods to accomplish their goals to defend their People from bioterrorism.
For more information:
Russia calls for UN Security Council probe of alleged biological labs in Ukraine
by Zach Schonfeld – 10/25/22 2:57 PM ET
Russia has drafted a United Nations Security Council resolution that would investigate Moscow’s claims that the U.S. and Ukraine are violating prohibitions on biological weapons through work at Ukrainian biological laboratories, The Associated Press reported.
Moscow for months has levied the allegations, which were previously condemned as “classic” Russian propaganda by U.S. intelligence officials, who say Ukraine operates just over a dozen biolabs for public health and biodefense purposes with U.S. assistance.
The Associated Press, citing a copy it obtained of the draft resolution, reported that Russia is filing a complaint under the Biological Weapons Convention, which was signed in 1972 to ban the development and use of biological and toxin weapons.
The resolution would create a 15-member commission authorized by the Security Council to investigate the claims, the outlet reported.
The Associated Press reported that the commission would report to the Security Council by Nov. 30 and establish a review conference in Geneva, Switzerland from Nov. 28 through Dec. 16.
The U.S. publicly acknowledges its support for Ukrainian biolabs but notes that they were developed as part of the biological threat reduction program, which seeks to improve abilities to detect and report outbreaks of dangerous pathogens before they cause major threats.
Russia, however, began accusing the two countries of developing biological weapons in the early days of Russia’s invasion.
U.S. and Western officials have long accused Russia of making false accusations and staging “false flag” operations to justify its invasion of Ukraine.
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The war in recent weeks has largely concentrated in Ukraine’s south, where Ukrainian forces are making gains closer to Kherson, the sole Ukrainian regional capital controlled by Russia.
Kyiv has accused Russia of planning to blow up a major dam that could flood the city and affect cooling efforts at Ukraine’s largest nuclear plant.
Moscow, meanwhile, has accused Kyiv of planning to use a radioactive “dirty bomb.” The U.S. has rejected those allegations and warned they could be a pretext to Russian attacks.