Was the US Planning Genocide in Russia?


Big if true: extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. That being said, if what the below post to saying is accurate, the United States was planning genocide.

ACTUAL genocide.

I suggest we take this very cautiously and very carefully. At this time, this is a mere allegation—we have not seen proof or even any sort of hard evidence. We have simply been told this by the Russian ministry.

However, so far no Russian ministry has ever said something that turned out to be untrue or a lie.

That’s why, at this time, we are taking these allegations very seriously, and passing them along to you.

Russia claims US was going to use chemtrails, aerosolized pathogens from drones/UAVs, to spread bioweapons upon populations:

The Russian military has presented documents showing Ukraine’s interest in using drones to deliver weaponized pathogens developed in US-funded biolabs. Names of US officials involved in the biolabs projects, and the role the current US president’s son played in the program, were also made public during the special briefing on Thursday.

One of the key pieces of evidence was a letter from the Ukrainian company Motor Sich to the  Turkish drone manufacturer Baykar Makina – makers of the Bayraktar TB2 and Akinci UAVs – dated December 15, 2021. The Ukrainians specifically asked if the drones could carry 20 liters of aerosolized payload to a range of 300 kilometers – putting them in range of a dozen major Russian cities and almost all of Belarus.

“We are talking about the development by the Kiev regime of technical means of delivery and use of biological weapons with the possibility of their use against the Russian Federation,” said Lieutenant General Igor Kirillov, commander of the Russian Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Protection Forces.



Chris Black
Chris Black
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