The Biological Weapons Convention does not prohibit biological weapons.

Of course the implication embedded in this careful word parsing by ASD(NCB) Rosenbaum is that the United States Department of Defense has been developing “defensive” bioweapons in the Ukraine biolabs.

— Dr. Robert Malone

This is a very good article by Dr. Robert Malone. He states the intent of the piece with this:

An overlooked loophole allows development, manufacture and stockpiling for prophylactic, protective or other peaceful purposes

He then goes on to thoroughly explain the issue. This paragraph, at the beginning of the article, sums it up well [emphasis his]:

Deborah G. Rosenbaum, the US Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological defense programs (ASD(NCB)), testified to the House subcommittee on Intelligence and Special Operations on April 1, 2022, that “I can say to you unequivocally there are no offensive biologic weapons in the Ukraine laboratories that the United States has been involved with.”  With this testimony, the US Department of Defense has made a clear statement that there were no OFFENSIVE biological weapons that the US was involved with.   Did you catch that slight-of-hand? No offensive biological weapons.  Why would the US admit to such a thing?  Wouldn’t that set off alarm bells in the international community?  The answer is that developing and even stockpiling biological weapons is allowed under Article I of the convention on the prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on their Destruction (BWC).  This international convention (treaty) allows that the development, production and stockpiling of “defensive” biological weapons are perfectly legal. 

I recommend the entire article.

Read Dr. Malone’s Article about the BWC (opens new window) »

As censorship increases also consider using email and text messages to send links.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.