Film with Jeffrey Silverman, notes by Gordon Duff, Senior Editor
For years, VT has been working to expose the use of nuclear, biological and chemical warfare as a matter of state policy by a number of nations, including the US.
Toward that end, VT has gather evidence of complicity of Google Corporation’s private military contractors (Jigsaw/Ideas Group) along with the governments of Ukraine, Romania and Bulgaria along with the notorious “White Helmets.”
Aiding them all along has been the Reuters news agency.
- The accusations: Sarin gas shells manufactured in Georgia and shipped to Syria.
- Diseases created for “clinical purposes” which escape into the region from the Lugar Lab in Tbilisi
- Testing of biological weapons in Southern Russia by Ukraine/Georgia
Jeffrey K. Silverman, 25 years resident of the former Soviet Union, since October 1991, resides in Tbilisi Georgia worked with Radio Free Europe, crime, corruption and terrorism report. USAR, 100th Division Training, Fort Knox and Blue Grass Army Chemical Weapons Depot, ROTC program, University of Kentucky bases: decorated non-wartime veteran, 19D, Calvary Scout. Jeffrey has a track record in breaking through language barriers and bureaucracies to perform due diligence under unconventional circumstances.
He has also served as Editor-in-Chief of the Georgian Times and Azerbaijan Today, whilst undertaking freelance journalism and due diligence for various confidential clients. Has specialized in conflict zones, mostly in Georgia, Azerbaijan, and countries of Central Asia; MSc Degree plus University of Kentucky, provided with full-tuition scholarship based on Cherokee roots and academic standing, family escaped “trail of tears” while passing Ohio in the harsh winter; one set of Eastern European grandparents: Lithuanian-Polish Jews.
Completed advanced degree, MSc plus 40 credits, in cooperation with Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce, studied theoretical frameworks for the analysis of political systems, conflict resolution, international science, and technology policy.