WARNING SIGNS: Maj. Robert J. Wayne, Former Military Biological Weapons Expert
Excerpt from "COVIDsteria: An Oral History of America's Great Reset" - see https://covidsteria.substack.com/p/covidsteria-table-of-contents
With most manufacturing returning home since COVID Spring, states rich in natural resources and especially energy are booming again. West Virginia is no exception as king coal is now king again - fueling a resurgent steel industry in other nearby so-called "rust belt" states.
I caught up with Maj. Robert J. Wayne, a former military biological weapons expert who has returned home to coal country. I wanted to discuss the nDNA vaccine and any national security concerns that may have surrounded it...
I was born in the coal country of West Virginia where my father, grandfathers, and great-grandfathers had all been coal miners. By the 21st century though, coal was not a good industry for a career. Al Gore started making speeches about global warming, and President Obama forced the closure of most remaining coal mines. Both of them devastated coal country.
Luckily for me, I did very well in school - especially in any science and history-related classes. Based on my love for science and history, I joined the military and left coal country.
I ended up becoming an expert in biological warfare. In my role, I studied the science behind and the historical use of biological weapons or so-called weapons of mass destruction. I also examined the biological weapons capabilities of our enemies to find ways to counter whatever they may have up their sleeves.
How concerned were you about our enemies developing biological weapons to use against us?
Historically speaking and based on how biological weapons work, there are reasons why they are hardly ever used in warfare. Unlike poison gas which cannot propagate itself, can be safely released downwind, and eventually dissipates, released pathogens will tend to spread on their own and are impossible to control once released. It means you will infect your side unless your side has protection from a vaccine, protective equipment, or can somehow avoid contact with the pathogen.
The most documented widespread development or use of biological weapons during wartime was done by Japanese Army Unit 731 against Chinese soldiers and civilians. 1 However, the Japanese never developed efficient delivery systems for biological weapons. They used simple ceramic artillery shells or ceramic bombs full of fleas carrying the bubonic plague. They would fire these at Chinese troops or drop them on Chinese cities. In one notorious military campaign where the Japanese did widely use such biological weapons, the pathogens went astray and infected 10,000 of their soldiers and killed close to 2,000 of them.
Given their sketchy historical effectiveness, it does not mean governments, including the US, do not have programs to study and develop biological weapons. They would also be looking at ways to protect their side in case an enemy used them.
The Holy Grail and the ultimate nightmare scenario for biological warfare would be to create or use a pathogen or bioweapon that could only kill your enemy and leave your side alone. That would be what every government that has a biological weapons program would want.