Weaponized Insects from the Pentagon?


Nukewatch: The Pentagon has a laboratory project underway that envisions millions of insects spreading viruses to crops in order to strengthen their resilience against pests, droughts, and floods, etc.—and the prospect has critics crying foul.

“Once you engineer a virus that spreads by insect, it is hard to imagine how you would ever control it,” Guy Reeves, of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology in Germany, told the New York Times.

“You haven’t just released a transmissible virus—you’ve released a disease,” Reeves said.

“The United States knows better than to return to a biological arms race,” he said. Biological weapons have been banned under international law since 1975. But the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency started Insect Allies research in 2016 to try and turn agricultural pests into “troops” that could deliver protective genes into plants.

Reeves, lead author of a paper published Oct. 5, 2018 in Science, warns that such genetic modifications could also be weaponized, could not be controlled in the field, and could move hostile governments to launch similar programs. more …

Opinion: Revelation 6 begins Daniel’s 70th week (Hebrew shabua 7 years) and the 4 horsemen of the apocalypse.

  • White Horse – False Christ
  • Red Horse – War, takes peace from the earth
  • Black Horse – Financial collapse
  • Pale Horse – Death from famine, pestilence, and wild beasts

John used the Hebrew word chlōros – green, for Pale Horse (the same word used in Mark 6:39; Revelation 8:7). John tells us the rider’s name is death and hades.

That the pale horse rider follows war and financial collapse is a natural progression. The startling fact, however, is that 1/4 of the earth, or over 1 billion people, will be killed in a short period of time opens the possibility to weaponized insects spreading disease.

There are 10 more judgments (3 seal +7 Trumpet judgments) before the last 3.5 years called the ‘time of Jacob’s trouble’ begins (Jeremiah 30:7).

(See more on Daniel’s 70 weeks here and unfulfilled prophecy here)