We’re in an election cycle pitting two men with very different visions of our Foreign Policy against each other.
Trump sees countries like China and Iran as international rivals with dubious ambitions that must be closely monitored and countered. Ambitions that include game-changing variables as weaponized ANTRHRAX.
Biden, meanwhile, has the credulous trust of a twelve-year-old thinking everyone wants to be our friend. But don’t take our word for it. Here he is in his own words.:
Former Vice President Joe Biden dismissed China as a potential threat to the United States during a Wednesday campaign event in Iowa, stating that China “isn’t in competition for us.”
“China is going to eat our lunch? Come on, man,” Biden said at the event in Iowa City, adding that “they’re not competition for us.”
“They can’t even figure out how to deal with the fact that they have this great division between the China Sea and the mountains in the east, I mean in the west,” Biden argued. “They can’t figure out how they are going to deal with the corruption that exists within the system. I mean, you know, they’re not bad folks, folks. But guess what, they’re not competition for us.” —DailyCaller
Oh really? Does that explain why China is working with Iran, despite the sanctions that have been placed against them?
What about China working with Pakistan to develop biological warfare capabilities?
— Gordon G. Chang (@GordonGChang) July 28, 2020
Really? China is charging ahead with deals to pursue their biowarfare capabilities while the rest of the world is still trying to shake off the effects of the LAST viral outbreak which most likely originated in a bio-lab in Wuhan province?
Yep. That’s what the report says.
As part of a broader offensive against India and Western rivals, Pakistan and China have entered a secret three-year agreement to expand potential bio-warfare capabilities, including several research projects related to the deadly agent anthrax, the Klaxon reported citing multiple intelligence sources.
…According to the report authored by Anthony Klan, the same lab has signed the covert deal with Pakistan military’s Defense Science and Technology Organization (DESTO), to collaborate research in “emerging infectious diseases” and advance studies on the biological control of transmitted diseases.
As per the intelligence sources cited by The Klaxon, they have serious concerns about the covert project which involves China testing biological agents outside its borders to minimize the “risk “risk of drawing condemnation from the international community”.
…The infamous Wuhan Lab had “lent all financial, material and scientific support for the project”. The program being entirely funded by China is formally titled “Collaboration for Emerging Infectious Diseases and Studies on Biological Control of Vector Transmitting Diseases”, according to the report.
One senior intelligence source was quoted as saying that DESTO has been engaged in various dual-use research projects related to anthrax under a covert biological weapons program.
TThe Klaxon report said the “covert China-Pakistan project has conducted “successful soil sampling tests” to isolate Bacillus Thuringiensis (BT), which has a “striking similarity” to Bacillus Anthracis – or anthrax.”
“Considering the striking similarity between BT and Bacillus Anthracis, a classified bio-warfare agent, (Pakistan’s) improved know-how in handling the bacteria could enrich a potential offensive biological program,” a source was quoted as saying. — EconomicTimesIndia
The article continues on to describe the help Chinese experts will be offering Pakistani researchers with such ‘innocuous’ practices as and we quote, “extensive training on the manipulation of pathogens and bio-informatics”.
What could POSSIBLY go wrong?
And considering China’s improving relations with despots in Iran, China wouldn’t even have to do anything nefarious with this technology to hurt us with it. They could simply share it with groups of hostile intent.
Or have we already forgotten about THIS story:
Tell me again how anyone seriously thinks Biden has the foggiest clue about how to handle foreign policy?