Russia Puts All Bio-Troops On High Alert As Fears Over Mystery Siberian Disease Grows
A sobering Ministry of Defense (MoD) report circulating in the Kremlin today says that President Putin signed a decree this morning activating to “high alert” status all Troops of Radiological, Chemical and Biological Defence (RChBD) as the death toll of both humans and animals throughout the Federation have risen to over 20,000 and whose deaths are suspected to have been caused an ancient “disease/virus/bacteria” unearthed in a Siberian diamond mine and estimated to be as old as 70 million years.
According to this report, the Security Council (SC) was first notified in May (2016) by the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance (ROSSELKHOZNADZOR) that their examination of an “unknown/mysterious” creature in the diamondiferous sands [that date from the Mesozoic Era from 66 to 252 million years ago] of a Udachny diamond mine in the Sakha Republic (Siberia) revealed a “grave virus anomaly”.
Mysterious 70 million-year-old “creature” discovered in depths of Siberian diamond mine
Immediately after the Security Council was informed of the dire findings by ROSSEL KHOZNADZOR relating to what was found in this creature, President Putin signed a decree dissolving the Federal Drug Control Service (FSKN) and putting its duties under the more secretive Main Directorate for Drugs Control of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia (GUKON).
Within a week of this mysterious creature being discovered in May, many hundreds of workers began their holiday season [Note: Russian citizens receive at least 40 vacation days a year] dispersing from their Siberian mines throughout the Federation—most specifically to the Oblasts (States/Provinces) of Kursk, Voronezh, Penzo and Tambov.
With some of these Siberian miners believed by ROSSEL KHOZNADZOR to have been “infected/in-contact” with this “ancient disease”, MoD experts say their return to their home Oblasts “initiated/directly caused” a mass infection of swine (pigs) that as of 10 August has resulted in the mass killing of at least 17,000 of them.
Equally as worse in Siberia by the end of last month (July) the spread of this “ancient disease” had become so large the MoD ordered hundreds of RChBD troops into the region to protect both citizens, domestic animals and wildlife from its spread.
With the Siberian tundra now constantly ablaze from the carcasses of thousands of dead reindeer felled by this “ancient disease” the human death toll is now estimated to be about 37—though only one death, of a 12-year-old child, has been scientifically confirmed.
Russian military bio-troops burn carcasses of dead reindeer in Siberia
So as not to arouse “undue citizen concern”, the cause of this “mass death event” over taking the Federation has been separated into two disease categories where, in the East, it is being attributed to the African swine fever virus, while in the West it is being called an anthrax bacterium.
To the true cause, however, of this “mass death event”, MoD scientists state, is a “giant” amoeba-infecting virus called a Pithovirus that in 2014 French researchers found under the melting Siberian permafrost.
These French researchers made their discovery from samples retrieved from an expedition to the frozen tundra’s of northern Russia that had been encased in ice for over 30,000 years—and that they described as a never before seen “giant virus” that they brought back to life in the lab after it thawed—and that stunningly was not only alive, but hungry as well.
Of the greatest fears of MoD scientists about this giant virus “ancient disease” is its near identical match to what is called the Marseillevirus that was isolated from an amoeba, and like the 30,000-year-old Pithovirus discovered in the melting Siberian tundra, is known as a Nucleocytoplasmic Large DNA Virus (NCLDV).
Most potentially catastrophic about these “DNA scavenger” NCLDV giant viruses is their being able to combine with bacteria—which is now being suspected as occurring throughout the Federation as swine flu virus samples are showing attributes of anthrax, while anthrax samples are, likewise, showing attributes of the swine flu virus.
With this summer’s melting of the Siberian permafrost now more than three times greater than usual, the even greater danger to the Federation is if this “ancient disease” combines with the smallpox virus from thousands of old graveyards now being exposed—and could very well cause a global pandemic on a scale not seen since the Black Death that killed over 200 million in the 14th century.
Smallpox victims in Bangladesh, 1975