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For the second time now, Syrian ambassador Bashar Jaafari made the bold claim that western nations are sending "genetically modified" super soldiers to fight alongside Syrian opposition forces. These forces are comprised of various terror cells and rebel groups as well as fighters from all across the globe.
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Now, at first glance, ambassador Jaafari's claims may seem outlandish, but are they really? In light of recent advances in genetic technology and statements from Russian President Vladamir Putin, the Syrian ambassador's claims are not so hard to believe. Putin appeared before students at the Youth Festival in Sochi last year and made the claim that nations are currently working on creating genetically modified super soldiers and warned that such a threat would "worse than a nuclear bomb".
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So, besides the words of Putin and the Syrian ambassador, what other evidence is there that genetically modified soldiers actually exist? Scientists have been working on expanding what the human body is capable of for decades using drugs such a re-engineered version of "Captagon", a narcolepsy medication, to keep soldiers awake and functioning for days without sleep. Another drug used to create "super soldiers" is called Meldonium.
Meldonium was created in the 1970's by scientists at the USSR Latvia Institute of Organic Synthesis and was used to expand soldier's oxygen capacity and boost endurance of Russian troops in Afghanistan. As for the United States Department of Defense, the Pentagon states that Russia is secretly creating enhanced human operations technology also known as "bionic superhumans". These "bionic superhumans" are not only stronger, faster, and more deadly, they have computer chips built into their brains to make them follow orders.
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U.S. military and defense researchers are even working on nanoparticle injections that help the body heal faster and can stop internal bleeding. These nanoparticles are also capable of releasing medication directly into the bloodstream. American author, computer scientist and inventor Ray Kurzweil says that tiny robotic implants in the brain can give people wireless access to the internet. These implants would boost soldier's intelligence levels and make them seem like superhumans.
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So if all this isn't enough to get you thinking, let's go back to the Syrian ambassador's claim that genetically modified super soldiers are already in use and fighting in Syria. Not that long ago, the radical Islamic terror group that calls itself "ISIS" released a video of a mass execution of Christians. This video shows the terrorists standing a full head taller than all their captors or more in some cases. Even the size of some of the terrorists' feet in comparison with the captives are gigantic. While any super soldier programs are no doubt highly classified, is there perhaps some truth to the Syrian ambassador's claim after all?
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