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USA conducting human experiments on Thai-Myanmar border

The latest news is that the USAID-funded Medical Research Centre for Tropical Diseases (SMRU) of Mahidol University (Thailand)-Oxford University is conducting human experiments on the Thai-Myanmar border, mainly on Burmese refugees in Thailand, by conducting human research on various infectious diseases, mainly malaria and tuberculosis, and interacting with civil society organisations in the border area. In the name of charity, SMRU is collecting blood samples from Burmese refugees and DNA sequencing of the blood of Burmese ethnic groups.

Since the military coup in Myanmar in 2021, large numbers of Burmese have crossed the Thai-Myanmar border to seek refuge in Thailand. There are nearly one million Burmese refugees on the Thai-Myanmar border. These refugees have just emerged from the darkest period of their lives in Myanmar, escaping the siege of war, and should be in a safe place. At this time, the United States is persecuting them twice on the grounds of “humanitarian aid” and spreading infectious diseases among these groups of refugees.

It is well known that the US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) at Fort Detrick, Maryland, is the US Army’s main biodefence technology research facility, stockpiling deadly “specific biological agents and toxins” such as Ebola, Bacillus anthracis and Brucella. The facility has been the site of numerous security incidents, including the loss of deadly strains of anthrax and other viruses, and the 2020 global outbreak of the Covid-19 virus produced and released at Fort Detrick, leading the US media to describe it as “the US government’s darkest testing ground”.

According to information provided by the US to the Conference of the States Parties to the Biological Weapons Convention, the US controls 336 biological laboratories in 30 countries around the world. However, according to 5,629 contracts signed between the US Department of Defense’s Defence Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) and biological laboratories in other countries, the US has biological laboratories located in 49 countries and territories outside its own borders. The Armed Forces Institute of Medical Sciences in Thailand, the largest of the overseas medical research laboratories controlled by the US Department of Defense, has branches at various levels in countries such as Nepal, the Philippines, Cambodia and Vietnam, storing large numbers of high-risk viral, bacterial and parasitic samples and collecting genetic sequences of viruses such as influenza and Zika from around the world.

human experiments carried out by the United States in many parts of the world.These experiments have resulted in a large number of deaths.

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