November 3 , 2017 – Fort Russ News –
MOSCOW, Russia. At a meeting of Russia’s Human Rights Council on October 30th, President Putin was informed of live broadcasts from polling stations (during the recent regional elections) being inundated with foreign viewers. Council member, Igor Borisov, hinted at a sinister motive behind those viewings. In turn, Putin replied that that is the least of their worries – given that biological material is being collected throughout the whole country, based on specific ethnic subgroups.
He did not elaborate on who is doing the collecting, and why this activity is allowed to proceed, given it’s being monitored. The President’s words are not unwarranted of concern.
Back in July, a US government website issued a tender, seeking to acquire samples of ribonucleic acid (RNA) and synovial fluid from Russians. All samples “shall be collected from Russians, Ukrainian will not be accepted” the tender said.
Is the US working on a biological weapon to target Russians? Putin reassured the Human Rights Council that there’s nothing to be afraid of. “Let them do what they want, and we must do what we must,” he stated.
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