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The horror laboratories were supposed to make vaccines, but instead created a pandemic

Matt Ridley and Alina Chan. Photo montage: Hidden Forces / YouTube.

Document.no - By: Alf R. Jacobsen November 25, 2021, 20:00

For 20 years, Frankenstein's disciples in the world's horror laboratories claimed that life-threatening virus research was necessary to create vaccines that would save the world's population from unknown infectious diseases in the future.

Instead, they most likely created a pandemic that has so far killed nearly six million people and inflicted trillions of dollars on the world in extra expenses. And when the coronavirus paralyzed the world in the winter of 2020, the micro-hunters stood undressed: Not a single vaccine existed - not on the drawing board, and not at all on the market.

The recently published book Viral: The Search for the Origin of Covid-19 reveals in low-key but gruesome details how the world's population has been led behind the lights of China's Communist Party - with large sections of academia and the mass media as accomplices, inconceivably. The book is written by molecular biologist Alina Chan, who is affiliated with both MIT and Harvard, and the British science journalist Matt Ridley, who also sits in the Upper House.

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The lies and disinformation campaign started on December 30, 2019, the same day that a vigilant health organization in New York sounded the alarm: A new and unknown serious lung disease spread at great speed in the million-strong city of Wuhan in central China, home to the virus researcher nicknamed Batwoman and the controversial experimental laboratory Wuhan Institute of Virology. No one knew for sure when the infection had occurred, but contemporary sources assumed that it was a time around mid-October.

Leave the lid on the disaster
In a free country, the authorities would normally have set heaven and earth in motion, stopped all traffic and called for help from other countries' very advanced health institutions - in the hope of stifling the outbreak in childbirth. In Beijing, the Central Committee of the Communists did the opposite. Full censorship was introduced, and international aid was rejected. The country's totalitarian apparatus, including the Red Army, was instead mobilized for an almost perverted purpose: an impenetrable lid was to be placed over Wuhan to block access and open communication. Doctors and nurses were subject to full confidentiality with threats of punishment, and whistleblowers were imprisoned and ill-treated. Patient records, blood tests and other test results were removed and destroyed, which to this day has made it impossible to identify Patient Zero - the first person in Wuhan to become infected.

WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus greets Chinese President Xi Jinping before a meeting in the People's Great Hall in Beijing on 28 January 2020. Photo: Naohiko Hatta / Pool Photo via AP / NTB.

Externally, the Chinese authorities pretended that the situation was under control. That covid could be transmitted from human to human was first acknowledged on 20 January 2020. The totally compromised WHO only declared on 11 March, against fierce Chinese opposition, that the infection was a pandemic that had already led to 120,000 registered cases of disease in 114 countries. China itself had introduced a total lockdown on January 23 in Wuhan and the surrounding Hubei province with a full stop in domestic air traffic. At the same time, with the WHO's support, the regime fought all attempts to stop foreign traffic to sky-high death tolls at the end of March made further resistance impossible.

The free press went to its knees
In the meantime, the disinformation campaign went into high gear with the support of China's followers in the West. Rumors were spread that the infection came from wild, exotic animals that were sold above and below the counter at Wuhan's fish and game market - with the rare and endangered anteater species pangolin as the main suspect. Others claimed that the virus was imported from abroad in frozen foods. In letters from readers and scientific articles, it was established that the virus had a natural origin - long before there was evidence for anything. Blaming China for hiding an accident at the Wuhan laboratory was completely unfounded and sprang from communist hatred and racist conspiracy theories.

Wuhan Institute of Virology. Photo: Ng Han Guan / AP / NTB.

The incomprehensible happened: From the beginning of February 2020, criticism of China and free journalistic investigations of the virus' origin, with few exceptions, were stopped throughout the West. Facebook and others introduced censorship and stamped attempts at independent thinking such as lies and fake news. The thousands of media outlets in the United States and Europe, with tens of thousands of journalists, voluntarily relinquished the right and duty to investigate, a collapse without parallels in history. While the leaders of free speech bowed the knee to China's totalitarian Communist Party, thousands died every single day in the streets outside the newsrooms.

detectives did the job Instead, the main journalistic job was done by people like the authors of Viral, Alina Chan and Matt Ridley, a handful of other brave professionals and internet detectives, who collaborated in the group Drastic and who published their findings and analyzes on Twitter. They have put together a chain of clues that relentlessly point to the Wuhan Laboratory as the source of the infection.

The story would have been simple if it had been detached from the smokescreen of viral scientists and many sins of omission: During Chairman Mao's "great leap" in 1958, 10,000 Chinese workers had been sent to the mountains of southwestern China's Yunnan province, near the border with Laos, to recover deposits of copper. One of the mines, Mojiang, had been abandoned after only two years due to low metal content and difficult access. More than 50 years later, rising prices on the world market led to new attempts, and in 2012, local workers began preparing the abandoned mine. The job was not easy. The tunnels had been occupied by hundreds of thousands of bats and other animal species, and the floors were covered with guano in layers several tens of meters thick. Spa manure in swirling dust and stinking humid heat was physically exhausting,

A new infectious disease
The alarm went off when six workers in the spring had to be transported to the central hospital in the provincial capital Kunming, where three of them later died with a damaged immune system and major breathing difficulties - despite efforts with antibiotics and other drugs. A clear diagnosis could not be made. The doctors, who had the SARS epidemic in 2003 in fresh memory, feared that they were facing a new and unknown viral disease - perhaps transmitted from the bat colony in Mojiang.

The mining area was closed and left to China's virus researchers. In the following years, three teams from different institutions took a number of samples of bats, rats and other animals in the mine, including the groves with guano. Specialists from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, who had found traces of a SARS-like virus in the blood samples of the sick miners, conducted from 2012 to 2016 seven expeditions to Mojiang, which was 1885 km away from Wuhan, measured along the road.

"The minefield stinks like hell," Dr. Shi "Batwoman" Zhengli told the media. "Everything was covered in guano, which in turn was overgrown with fungus."

Shi Zhengli gives instructions to another researcher at the Wuhan laboratory on 23 February 2017. Photo: Chinatopix via AP / NTB.

Virus samples transported to Wuhan
Hundreds of samples of blood, feces and other secretions were transported back to Wuhan and subjected to close scrutiny, probably in laboratories with a lower level of safety than the highest and safest, Level 4. Five years later, the world first learned of a sensational coincidence: On 7 January 2020, researchers at a university laboratory in Wuhan had managed to isolate a coronavirus from patients, who in December had been affected by the new and unknown lung disease.

When the ordered sequence was entered into the university's computers, a match was immediately found: A section was 98.7 percent similar to a fragment of a virus previously uploaded by a neighboring institution, the Wuhan Institute of Virology, and labeled BtCoV / 4991 . The sensation was that the fragment originated from the disused Mojiang mine, which Batwoman and her assistants had turned upside down a few years earlier. Did the coincidence mean that the virus, which killed people in Mojiang in 2012, was identical or a precursor to the deadly virus that now killed people in Wuhan, and would soon paralyze the globe? If so, how would 1885 km have passed through densely populated areas without infecting people on the road?

"An almost 99 percent match was striking and would normally have triggered reactions as it involved a possible connection [from the Mojiang mystery] to the new and ongoing outbreak," Chan and Ridley write in Viral.

More smoke
Nothing happened. When Dr. Zhengli presented his own study shortly after, completely different things were at the center. The sensational 4991 virus was not even mentioned. Only the most attentive reader would have noticed that an apparently new SARS-like virus appeared in the text, called RaTG13, without any further information being provided.

Even more strange was that China's most famous virologist also did not mention the new dead virus' most unique feature, a so-called Furin Cleavage Site (FCS), a section that greatly contributed to covid becoming extremely contagious to humans. No other virus in the same category had the same building blocks in the same place, which made FCS in any model shine like a warning light.

"This is one of the most peculiar omissions ever in a scientific dissertation," write Chan and Ridley. "The authors were specialists in viruses of this type and focused a sharp spotlight on this part of the structure of the virus. The only thing that escaped the attention was the most sensational bit. Neither Dr. Zhengli nor any of her 28 co-authors seem to have said after reading the first draft: Are you sure you have not left out the most interesting point? It was as if they had spotted a unicorn and compared it to other horses' mane and hooves - without mentioning the horn in the forehead. "

Nine viruses brought to Wuhan
Internet detectives sensed that there was more behind, and quickly revealed that RaTG13 was identical to the 4991 virus, which originated in the Mojiang mine. The name was changed, most likely as part of the smoking cessation. During the autumn of 2020, the detectives pursued new tracks in databases around the world, and discovered that RaTG13 was not alone. Batwoman and her researchers had found a total of nine viruses in Mojiang, which were very similar to the lethal virus.

The revelations contributed to her having to confirm in November 2020 that the number was correct. But in a lecture series in the winter of 2021, she still refused to provide any further information.

The reality remained: Virus researchers from the Wuhan Institute of Virology had until 2015 in the Mojiang mine found nine viruses with a close relationship to the virus that in 2019 triggered the pandemic. They had brought the infectious microbes the long way from Yunnan to the Wuhan laboratory, which was located in the city where the pandemic began. Nevertheless, for a year and a half, the Chinese authorities had kept this vital information to themselves, which weakened the West's ability to take countermeasures in time.

"The lack of haste and openness is so extraordinary that we can hardly believe it," Chan and Ridley write. "The Wuhan laboratory had for years studied nine viruses, which were closely related to the lethal virus that was in the spread phase. Still, they told the world nothing about the connection to the Mojiang mine that could shed light on the origins of SARS-Cov-2 and the characteristics of the virus. Just think how different the world could have reacted if the Wuhan laboratory in January 2020 had told that the virus' closest relative came from a place where half of the infected died of a mysterious respiratory disease - and that the nine viruses had been examined under the microscopes in Wuhan in many years before the outbreak of the pandemic. "

The precursor of the death virus
Although the authors of Viral strive for a balanced and objective presentation and do not completely rule out the possibility that there may be a coronavirus somewhere, which is naturally equipped with a Furin Cleaving Site (FCS) and which has somehow jumped over China's mountains and crashed into Wuhan, the clue says something else: The precursor of the deadly virus was found in Mojiang and transported by China's virus researchers to the Wuhan laboratory, which routinely placed FCS in the perfect location without leaving traces of genetic engineering - to map and test deadly properties of the virus.

During an experiment, probably in September or October 2019, an accident happened. The virus escaped, infecting one or more of the lab technicians. With an incubation period of perhaps 10 days, the infection spread to markets, suburban railways and in homes. The pandemic had begun, which explains the virus researchers' desperate obscuration of the connection to Mojiang throughout 2020.

For the record: Of course, it is not up to the West to prove that the index line is correct. That is the responsibility of China and the Communist Party. Full transparency is needed if respect and credibility are to be regained.



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The bottom line is for the people to regain their original, moral principles, which have intentionally been watered out over the past generations by our press, TV, and other media owned by the Illuminati/Bilderberger Group, corrupting our morals by making misbehavior acceptable to our society. Only in this way shall we conquer this oncoming wave of evil.




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