In a report entitled, Defense One, Elsa Kania from the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) and national security expert Wilson VornDick reveal how the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has a history of weaponizing biotechnology in its determined search for a "bloodless victory" over its adversaries.
The militarization of biotech, this report explains, is nothing new for communist China, which long ago developed a "national strategy of military-civil fusion," emphasizing "biology as a priority." The People's Liberation Army (PLA), the report goes on to further explain, "could be at the forefront of expanding and exploiting this knowledge."
None of this is speculation, just to be clear. The PLA's own writings and research make abundantly clear the regime's intent to "change the form or character of conflict," meaning the weapons of China's war against its adversaries won't necessarily be fought with traditional tanks and missiles, but rather with bioweapons such as the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).
This is exactly what Microsoft co-founder and eugenicist billionaire Bill Gates admitted to during a TED Talk he gave back in 2015, during which he indicated that "the greatest risk of global catastrophe" isn't from an atomic bomb, but rather from a virus, which many believe was predictive programming for the current release of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).
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In Defense One, it is explained that China's Central Military Commission has been engaged in all sorts of advanced, "futuristic" weaponry not just within the realm of biologicals, but also with brain science, advanced biomimetic systems and materials, human performance enhancement, and so-called "new concept" biotechnology.
There's also the artificial intelligence (AI) frontier, which remains a major focus of China's efforts to stamp out natural humanity and replace people with machines and robots.
All sorts of medical and academic research out of China has likewise been heavily centered around the use of biotechnology as a weapon of war. A 2010 report entitled, War for Biological Dominance discussed the impact of biology on "future warfare," while another from the Academy of Military Medical Sciences revealed that biotechnology would become the new "strategic commanding heights" of China's national defense.
In a 2017 book written by retired general and former president of National Defense University Zhang Shibo, biology is named as one of the seven "new domains of warfare." This same book explains that:
"Modern biotechnology development is gradually showing strong signs characteristic of an offensive capability," adding that it could potentially be used for "specific ethnic genetic attacks."
China is also heavily invested in CRISPR gene editing technology, having undertaken at least a dozen clinical trials that involved genetically modifying human beings. As we reported several years ago, Monsanto was the first to receive a CRISPR license to genetically modify food crops.
"The vastness of the human genome – among the biggest of big data – all but requires AI and machine learning to point the way for CRISPR-related advances in therapeutics or enhancement," Defense One further reveals about how China is blending AI with gene editing to create even more advanced weapons systems.
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