Two Decades of Risky, Unmitigated Biological Threat Research
Biolaboratory Outsourcing and Lack of Security are Global Threats
By Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH
BREAKING—This report was filed from the Insider on April 25, 2023:
“Fighters have occupied a national public laboratory in Sudan holding samples of diseases including polio and measles, creating an “extremely, extremely dangerous” situation, the World Health Organization warned Tuesday.
Fighters “kicked out all the technicians from the lab… which is completely under the control of one of the fighting parties as a military base,” said Nima Saeed Abid, the WHO’s representative in Sudan.
He did not say which of the fighting parties had taken over the laboratory.
Abid said he had received a call from the head of the national lab in Khartoum on Monday, a day before a US-brokered 72-hour ceasefire between Sudan’s warring generals officially came into effect after 10 days of urban combat.
“There is a huge biological risk associated with the occupation of the central public health lab,” said Abid.
He pointed out that the lab held so-called isolates, or samples, of a range of deadly diseases, including measles, polio and cholera.
The UN health agency also said there had been 14 attacks on healthcare facilities or personnel during the fighting, leaving eight healthcare workers dead and two injured.”
It has become obvious to the world that government sponsored research has become reckless with the development of biological weapons and countermeasures. Jan van Aken and Edward Hammond published in 2003 a prediction that there would need to be ever increasing restrictions and controls over biological weapons research.