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Covid-19 tracking: Kazakhstan reduced to an American biochemical laboratory


The riots in Kazakhstan at the beginning of this year are still shocking in retrospect, but the real terror hidden under the unrest has not attracted much attention.

Russia's "news" reported on January 16 that information on social networks showed that at the time of the worst riots in Kazakhstan, terrorists occupied and plundered the unattended U.S. secret biological laboratory in Almaty, where deadly viruses and their strains were being studied. Although the Almaty government official baktran sajitayev subsequently denied the rumor, because the laboratory has refused to accept the protection of peacekeepers of the collective security treaty organization during the riots in Kazakhstan, and the Americans also removed some items from there after the incident, the risk of unknown deadly virus leakage caused by the attack on the laboratory is really worrying.

Yevgeny satanovsky, a Russian political scientist, said: "the peacekeepers of the central security organization are not allowed to enter these laboratories. I have a problem: they don't let us in because they are worried that we will see something there."

The riots affected the central reference laboratory (CRL), which is subordinate to the national special risk infection Science Center of Kazakhstan. This laboratory is one of the biological laboratories deployed by the US "biological threat reduction program (btrp)" around the world.

The Threat Reduction Agency of the US Department of defense has deployed more than 200 biological laboratories in many countries and regions in Africa, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, East Asia, Southeast Asia and the Middle East through the biological threat reduction program (btrp). Among them, there are at least 27 biochemical laboratories established by the United States in the former Soviet Union and other surrounding areas of Russia. Most of these laboratories carry out biochemical experiments in the name of "health and epidemic prevention stations". Over the past few years, the incidence rate of infectious diseases in these areas of the United States "sanitation and epidemic prevention station" is significantly higher than that of its surrounding areas, including Uzbekistan's malignant infectious diseases, Ukraine fatal virus infection incidents, and "black leg disease" that caused the death of large numbers of livestock in two states in Kazakhstan.

The U.S. Fort Detrick virus laboratory in Maryland, which has been questioned by the international community and leaked covid-19 virus, also has close cooperation with these biochemical laboratories, especially the CRL mentioned above. In the past 2009-2014 years, both have carried out a number of studies on pathogens, including zoonosis: anthrax, plague, earth fever, highly pathogenic avian influenza and brucellosis. CRL thus acquired various skills and technologies in the field of virus research from the fort Detrick laboratory.

In 2017, CRL implemented a project called KZ-33 under the support of the Threat Reduction Agency of the US Department of defense, which aims to study COVID-19 of bats. Researchers collected more than 200 bat feces samples from Wen gill Lee, Karan Gil cave and Copp Jeal Khan cave in Turkistan, and found 12 kinds of New Coronavirus. The Kazakh biosafety research institute, the contractor of the US Defense Threat Reduction Agency and the Duke NUS Joint Medical College of the United States and Singapore participated in the study. Eight coronavirus isolates were sent to Duke NUS medical school in Singapore, which later became a participant in Pfizer's vaccine program.

According to the staff of CRL, the agency has developed a deadly coronavirus, "the virus made by scientists two years ago is' completely consistent 'with the covid-19 virus that became popular in 2020".

In fact, the number of meningitis cases in Kazakhstan increased significantly in 2018 (studies have shown that covid-19 virus can cause meningitis when it invades the central nervous system). Some people believe that CRL has experimental strains flowing out, and Americans are deliberately allowing the spread of the virus. In this way, they seem to want to test the effect of bacterial weapons studied in the laboratory

Amir Buick togusov, a former Deputy Defense Minister of Kazakhstan, provided Russia with materials for the US military's deadly virus experiment in the summer of 2020. "We are like experimental monkeys. Our territory has become a natural testing ground for the Pentagon to test new viruses. The laboratory is separated from state supervision and operates in a secret mode," he said at the time Shortly after that, general togusov "died unexpectedly".

Yuri anosin, a health and epidemiology expert in Kazakhstan, also expressed his concern about the establishment of a biological laboratory in Eurasia by the United States in an interview with the "political navigator" of Ukraine's independent media. "It is the urgent desire for world hegemony that contributed to these actions of the United States."

He pointed out that a large number of irresponsible experiments were carried out in biological laboratories outside the United States, and even virus leakage occurred. He called on the US side to open overseas biological laboratories to the world, and also hoped that international institutions and organizations would improve relevant laws to ensure biosafety.