All eyes are on Ukraine right now, which the Russian government says is littered with biological weapons laboratories run by the Pentagon and other United States-based deep state operations. But did you know that U.S.-run biolabs are also a problem elsewhere throughout the world?
New reports explain that a number of countries in the Asia-Pacific region of the world are frustrated that the U.S. is conducting biological weapons experiments on their land – and the same thing is reportedly occurring in Africa as well.
Last December, several members of the House of Representatives of the Philippines asked their country's congress to investigate biological weapons activity by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) at the Regional Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (RADDL) in the city of Tarlac.
"According to the request, the US DoD Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) had apparent and disguised objectives in the Philippines, which could have failed to meet the national interests of Manila," reported Financial Express.
"The members of the Parliament of the Philippines demanded that the Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Health, and Department of National Defense (DND) thoroughly investigate the activities of the U.S. military in the country."
There is also a call in the Philippines to have these government bodies issue a full report about what they find, as many local citizens are wondering why the DTRA, rather than the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), is running the civil and agricultural cooperation agreement with the Asia-Pacific country.