All things Russia Vs. Ukraine for March 10, 2022

1. Last Remaining Canadian Troops in Ukraine Pulled on Morning of Invasion, General Says

Some Canadian soldiers were still in Ukraine on the day Russia began its invasion, a Canadian general told the House National Defence Committee on March 9.

2. Tucker Carlson opener on US biolabs in Ukraine. From March 9, 2022

3. Here is a link to a lot of videos from the Donbas region of Ukraine that seems to have been here for some time now. Below, is just one of them.

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  1. WHO is deeply concerned about the unfolding humanitarian emergency in Ukraine.

    WHO is on the ground, working with our partners to respond, to assess the impact of the conflict on the health of Ukraine’s people and its health system, and to deliver essential medical supplies from our hub in Dubai.

    The first shipment will arrive in Poland tomorrow, including 36 metric tonnes of supplies for trauma care and emergency surgery to meet the needs of 1,000 patients, and other health supplies to meet the needs of 150,000 people.

    Prior to the conflict, WHO distributed emergency supplies to 23 hospitals, although our prepositioned supplies in Kyiv are currently inaccessible.

    There is an urgent need to establish a corridor to ensure humanitarian workers and supplies have safe and continuous access to reach people in need.

    To support our response, WHO has so far released US$5.2 million US dollars from our Contingency Fund for Emergencies. Our needs for the next three months are US$45 million for Ukraine, and 12.5 million dollars to support neighbouring countries to care for refugees.

    Anyone can contribute to support our response through the WHO Foundation appeal page, by going to and clicking on “donate”.

    We are also deeply concerned about reports of attacks on health facilities and health workers.

    We have received several unconfirmed reports of attacks on hospitals and health infrastructure, and one confirmed incident last week, in which a hospital came under heavy weapons attack, killing four people and injuring ten, including six health workers.

    We are currently in the process of verifying several other incidents

    “The conditions we see in Ukraine are the worst possible ingredients for the amplification and the spread of infectious disease.”

    An outbreak is “one of the four horsemen of the apocalypse,” he added.

  2. Romney: Send aircraft to the Ukrainians now

    At a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing, U.S. Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) today urged the Administration to deploy MiG-29 fighter jets to Ukraine without delay.

    • “Laughable:” US dismisses Russian claims of bio-warfare labs in Ukraine

      Pentagon spokesperson John Kirby denied on Wednesday renewed Russian accusations that the U.S. was supporting the operation of bio-warfare labs in Ukraine, calling the claims “laughable” and suggesting Moscow may be laying the groundwork to use a chemical or biological weapon.

      Plus, speaking to media on Thursday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki further denied this claim and alleged that it is Russia that has a biological weapons program in their government.

      “The objective was to make clear the inaccuracy of the information, the misinformation they are trying to put out, and make clear to the world that they not only have a capacity; they have a history of using chemical and biological weapons and that in this moment, we should have our eyes open for that possibility,” said Psaki.

    • WH warns Russia may use chemical weapons in Ukraine

      The White House is warning that Russia may seek to use chemical or biological weapons in Ukraine.

      But asked if such an move would cross a “red line” leading to U.S. military involvement, Jen Psaki says U.S. troops will not be sent to fight.

    • the gateway pundit – How Much Did the Bidens Make in the Ukraine Biolabs?

      Is the real crime the Biden Administration is trying to cover up involving Biolabs the exorbitant amount of money they made in these ventures?

      We reported this morning that Hunter Biden is connected to the firms involved in the creation of Biolabs in Ukraine. Hunter’s firm Rosemont Seneca funded much of what firm Metabiota was doing for years.

      We also located a number of documents from the Wayback Machine (meaning they have been since deleted off the Internet) that show the Department of Defense investing in the creation of Biolabs in Ukraine with the help of firm Black & Veatch. This firm is connected to Metabiota.

      A report from National Pulse in June 2021 shared the following on the Hunter Biden Metabiota relationship.

      Rosemont Seneca Technology Partners (RSTP) was an offshoot of Rosemont Capital, an investment fund founded by Biden and John Kerry’s stepson in 2009, that counted Biden as a Managing Director.

      Among the companies listed on archived versions of the firm’s portfolio is Metabiota, a San Francisco-based company that purports to detect, track, and analyze emerging infectious diseases, The National Pulse can reveal.

      Financial reports reveal that RSTP led the company’s first round of funding, which amounted to $30 million. Former Managing Director and co-founder of RSTP Neil Callahan – a name that appears many times on Hunter Biden’s hard drive – also sits on Metabiota’s Board of Advisors.

      Since 2014, Metabiota has been a partner of EcoHealth Alliance as part of the U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) “PREDICT” project, which seeks to “predict and prevent global emerging disease threats.”

      As part of this effort, researchers from Metabiota, EcoHealth Alliance, and the Wuhan Institute of Virology collaborated on a study relating to bat infectious diseases in China. “Sensitive and broadly reactive RT-PCR assays were performed at Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences,” the paper notes.

      The proximity between Hunter Biden and COVID-19’s origins are almost too convenient.

      Among the researchers listed on the aforementioned 2014 paper are “bat lady” Shi Zhengli, the Director of the Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases at the Chinese Communist Party’s Wuhan Lab. The disgraced Peter Daszak – recently recused from the Lancet COVID-19 commission due to several conflicts of interest as a “longtime collaborator” of the Wuhan Institute of Virology – is also listed as an author.

      Now we know that Metabiota and Hunter Biden are also connected to the Biolabs in Ukraine. InfoWars added some more connections.

      infowars – How Are Hunter Biden, Klaus Schwab & CIA Connected To US Biolabs In Ukraine? – Pt. 2


      The DOD Black & Veatch project included the building of labs in Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Cameroon, Thailand, Ethiopia, Vietnam and Armenia.

      In 2014, a firm called Metabiota, which specializes in detecting, tracking, and analyzing potential disease outbreaks, signed an $18.4 million federal contract as a subcontractor for Black & Veatch in Georgia and Ukraine.

      The pair even share an office in Kiev, according to a job advertisement posted by Black & Veatch.

      Is the real concern behind the Ukraine Biolabs the money that the Bidens and others made in the development of these facilities or is the US covering up these labs due to biowarfare activities or both?

      …better health…better security

    • reuters – Exclusive: WHO says it advised Ukraine to destroy pathogens in health labs to prevent disease spread

      March 10 (Reuters) – The World Health Organization advised Ukraine to destroy high-threat pathogens housed in the country’s public health laboratories to prevent “any potential spills” that would spread disease among the population, the agency told Reuters on Thursday.

      Biosecurity experts say Russia’s movement of troops into Ukraine and bombardment of its cities have raised the risk of an escape of disease-causing pathogens, should any of those facilities be damaged.

      Like many other countries, Ukraine has public health laboratories researching how to mitigate the threats of dangerous diseases affecting both animals and humans including, most recently, COVID-19. Its labs have received support from the United States, the European Union and the WHO.

      In response to questions from Reuters about its work with Ukraine ahead of and during Russia’s invasion, the WHO said in an email that it has collaborated with Ukrainian public health labs for several years to promote security practices that help prevent “accidental or deliberate release of pathogens.”

      “As part of this work, WHO has strongly recommended to the Ministry of Health in Ukraine and other responsible bodies to destroy high-threat pathogens to prevent any potential spills,” the WHO, a United Nations agency, said.

      The WHO would not say when it had made the recommendation nor did it provide specifics about the kinds of pathogens or toxins housed in Ukraine’s laboratories. The agency also did not answer questions about whether its recommendations were followed.

      Ukrainian officials in Kiev and at their embassy in Washington did not respond to requests for comment.

      Ukraine’s laboratory capabilities are at the center of a growing information war since Russia began moving troops into Ukraine two weeks ago.

      On Wednesday, Russian foreign ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova repeated a longstanding claim that the United States operates a biowarfare lab in Ukraine, an accusation that has been repeatedly denied by Washington and Kiev.

      Zakharova said that documents unearthed by Russian forces in Ukraine showed “an emergency attempt to erase evidence of military biological programmes” by destroying lab samples.

      Reuters was unable to independently confirm her information. read more

      In response, a Ukrainian presidential spokesperson said: “Ukraine strictly denies any such allegation.” U.S. government spokespeople also strongly denied Zakharova’s accusations, saying that Russia may use its claims as a pretext to deploy its own chemical or biological weapons.

      The WHO statement made no reference to biowarfare. The agency said it encourages all parties to cooperate in “the safe and secure disposal of any pathogens they come across, and to reach out for technical assistance as needed.” It offered to help wherever possible with technical guidance and coordination.

      The United Nations Security Council will convene on Friday at Russia’s request, diplomats said, to discuss Moscow’s claims, presented without evidence, of U.S. biological activities in Ukraine.

    • Tucker: We should be very concerned about this

      Fox News host reacts to claims the U.S. has been funding biolabs in Ukraine on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’

    • the gateway pundit – Breaking: Russia Convenes UN Security Council Meeting to Present BioLab Evidence — Friday at 10 AM

      Friday is going to be a very bad day for the United States. Sixty years ago (yes, I was alive then) the United States roasted the Soviet Union in a UN Security Council meeting convened over the Cuban Missile Crisis. There is an old saying, “revenge is a dish served cold.” Russia is going to dump a load of frozen food on the United States tomorrow at 10 am by exposing U.S. support to Ukraine over the last 17 years for research into biological and chemical weapons.

      U.S. intelligence analysts last week were alarmed when they obtained intelligence showing that Russian Chemical and Biological Weapons units were activated and moving into Ukraine.

      These analysts knew nothing of what the Department of Defense had been doing in Ukraine in terms of funding military bioweapons laboratories in Ukraine. Without that knowledge, they concluded that Russia was preparing to use chemical and/or biological weapons. Understandable, but wrong.

      The Russian units were deployed to secure those bioweapons labs. And in the process of securing them they have recovered a treasure trove of documents showing the United States has violated the international accord governing Chemical and Biological Weapons.

      Tomorrow (Friday), Russia is going to expose the United States as a gross violator of the CONVENTION ON THE PROHIBITION OF THE DEVELOPMENT, PRODUCTION AND STOCKPILING OF BACTERIOLOGICAL (BIOLOGICAL)

  3. CBC – Canadian commander who helped train Ukrainian soldiers has ‘immense confidence’ in them

    Lt.-Col. Melanie Lake shares her experience training Ukrainian soldiers as commander of the Canadian military training mission dubbed Operation Unifier, from March to October 2021.

    ‘I’m immensely proud and inspired by them,’ she says.

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