Is the United States hell bent on creating a super “DNA” weapon to attack Russians?
That relatively far-fetched hypothesis has been talked about after Vladimir Putin’s acknowledgement at the end of last month that American researchers were eager to collect biological information on folks in Russia.
Addressing a senior official’s complaint that the Pentagon might be collecting photographs of Russians by hacking into numerous CCTV and surveillance systems in the country, Putin laid bare an even more jaw-dropping claim – that folks in different parts of Russia and from different ethnic groups were wanted for a “systematic and professional” harvest of DNA, fluids, organs and tissues, Russian News Agency TASS has documented.
The accusation centers on a recent U.S. Air Force call for tender biospecimen procurement: 12 ordinary human ribonucleic acid (RNA) samples, plus 27 fresh human synovial samples, of Russian or Europid descent, that have to be collected in Russia.
Senior Russian officials and members of the State Duma have clearly become jittery after Putin verified a long-running rumour about Washington’s clandestine, eerie interest in Russian genes and bio-info.
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