DISINFO: Pentagon is working out a biological war strategy in the Baltics
  • Outlet: sputniknews.lt (archived)*
  • Date of publication: August 13, 2018
  • Outlet language(s): Lithuanian
  • Reported in: Issue 116
  • Countries / regions discussed: US, Baltic states
Biological weapons WWIII NATO

DISINFO: Pentagon is working out a biological war strategy in the Baltics


Pentagon is working out a biological war strategy in the Baltics. The Baltic states help Pentagon to develop biological weapon for the WWIII – the role of guinea pigs is reserved for them. Mosaic outbreaks of African swine fever (ASF) in Eastern Europe are gradually forming a general picture of the testing ground at which the Pentagon is working out the strategy and tactics of the third world war (biological). Probably, in this coordinate system a special role is assigned to the Eastern vanguard of NATO – the Baltic countries, which can be sacrificed. Believe me, conspiracy here does not smell – the facts are obvious.


Conspiracy theory and recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation on US biological weapons. euvsdisinfo.eu/disinformation-cases/?text=biological+weapons&disinfo_issue=&date=,


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