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US BioWeapon Labs in Georgia Goes Mainstream

 

Russia will take “diplomatic and military action” in response to a perceived threat from US labs, said Vladimir Shamanov, head of Russian parliament’s Defense Committee.

Dozens of Georgians likely Killed by US toxin or Bioweapon disguised as Drug Research – Russian MoD

… from Russia Today, Moscow

[ Editor’s Note: It has taken a while for VT’s reporting about Senator Lugar Laboratory’s illegal bioweapons human testing to get into the mainstream news. Moscow has known about the laboratory for years because it monitors VT, but it chose to keep any response low key.

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America Waiting to Explode: “If Supply Lines Go Down… Millions of FDA-Approved Drug Addicts Go Psycho”

 

How bad can things get?

Preppers know the scenarios – any major crisis from economic breakdown, to civil unrest and riots, an EMP, natural disaster or plain out martial law can bring things to a halt with shocking quickness. And chaos is nearly always the end result.

But this article examines just how far America has fallen into desperation. The closer that the nation spirals towards disintegration, the worse things seem to get.

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Happier meal: Penn. McDonald’s employee charged with selling heroin at restaurant

Law enforcers in Pittsburgh arrested a McDonald’s restaurant staffer, who allegedly sold heroin in Happy Meal boxes. Customers got their dose after saying the code phrase: ‘I’d like to order a toy.’

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High Demand: Colorado pot shops can’t keep up with new orders

It’s only been a few days since adults in Colorado have been legally able to purchase marijuana for recreational use, but the demand at dispensaries across the state has some saying a pot shortage is all too imminent.

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Stock in marijuana companies skyrocket after Colorado sells $1 mil on first day

The long lines stretching around Colorado marijuana shops have apparently not gone unnoticed by investors, with the price of shares for cannabis-related companies skyrocketing since the drug became legal throughout the state on January 1.

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America’s first recreational pot licenses issued in Colorado

Colorado made history on Monday, becoming the first state in the US to issue hundreds of licenses for recreational marijuana businesses.

Colorado’s Marijuana Enforcement Division approved 348 licenses:  136 to pot shops, 31 to marijuana-infused products companies, 178  to growing facilities, and three to marijuana-testing  laboratories.

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