Yesterday I published an article identifying the source of the coronavirus along with its bioengineered make-up and if you haven’t read that yet, it’s here:
In this article, though, I will be laying down the paper trail of scientific studies which, when you put them all together, show the “smoking gun” evidence for how this bio-weapon was deliberately engineered in the labs of Wuhan, China.
But first, you may be wondering why scientists are so willing to openly publish about their work in developing such an evil, Dr Strangelove weapon against humanity?
Well, it is part of the arms race within Assymetrical Hybrid Warfare.
After all, there is no point in developing a weapon with which to secretly hold the whole world to ransom unless the other world leaders know you have it– and the world leaders being held to ransom don’t have to tell their own people about it for it to be effective. It used to be called detente – but that was when both sides were armed equally, creating a stalemate.
So this covert form of warfare often rages within science journals as each side counters the other’s claims with further and better evidence.
For instance, The Lancet – a highly esteemed medical journal – published a paper in January 2020 that refuted the claims by the Chinese and the World Health Organisation that the bats of the Wuhan seafood market were the cause of the pandemic.
You will notice that it’s written in such politely couched language – always a feature of this kind of content, as far away from gotcha journalism as you can get – that you could be forgiven for missing the point. So this related article in the journal Science spells it out more clearly.
The Science article points out that the Chinese “patient zero”, along with a third of others within the Chinese study, had no links or associations with the Wuhan seafood market, or with those that had.
However, the Wuhan Institute of Virology, which has published copious evidence about its research with bats, is just a few miles down the road from said seafood market.
At the same time, Kristian Andersen, an evolutionary biologist at the Scripps Research Institute, analysed the sequences of this new coronavirus. He came to the conclusion, based on the “clock”, that “patient zero” must have come from much further back in time, as far back as October 2019.
Structure of novel coronavirus
Professor Lu Roujian, from the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, published a paper in The Lancet on January 30.
- Genomic characterisation and epidemiology of 2019 novel coronavirus: implications for virus origins and receptor binding
The paper states that the Wuhan virus has an 88% similarity to two bat-derived SARS-like coronaviruses collected in Zoushan, an eastern Chinese city in the province of Zhejiang, by members of the People’s Liberation Army, the military wing of the Chinese Communist Party, for the Nanjing Military Research Institute.
Another scientist, Zhang Yongzhen, from the National Institute of Communicable Disease Control and Prevention, published a paper in the journal Nature on February 3rd 2020.
It showed that the Wuhan coronavirus was closely related to CoVZC45 and CoVZXC21, the two viruses sampled from bats in Zhoushan by the PLA.
Yongzhen found that the Wuhan coronavirus has an 89.1% nucleotide similarity to those samples, and even exhibits 100% amino acid similarity in the NSP7 and E proteins.
The Chinese had already released the sequence of the novel coronavirus on 12th January 2002. So shortly after Yongzhen’s paper was published in Nature, other scientists got to work with BLAST, a biotechnology program developed by the National Institute of Health and the National Centre for Biotechnology Information, to compare it. The results matched with Zhang Yongzhen’s findings.
In short, scientists have found that the virus causing the current current pandemic is highly similar to a bat SARS-like coronavirus previously collected for the Nanjing Military Research Institute, that shows 100% amino acid similarity in NSP7 and envelope protein, the E protein.
Scientists are saying it’s hard to see how a protein could be 100% identical when a virus jumps species, and it is that which is forming the “smoking gun” for the reverse engineering process.
For the reasons stated before, Shi Zhengli has not been at all shy in publishing the research she has been conducting, over the years, at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, which was mainly with horse-shoe bats and more recently, with primates.
For this reason, she is known in China as “bat woman”, and the Chinese Communist Party is currently trying to present her as the expert who will “get us out of this mess”, while pushing into the background any evidence that she may have helped to cause it. Only six days ago, she “swore on her life” that the virus could not have escaped from her lab. However, life is cheap and truth always the first casualty under a communist regime.
Here Research Gate lists links to many papers on the scientific research on bats that Shi Zhengli conducted at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
And here are two scientific papers showing her work on viruses and primates:
- Comparative study of the transfection efficiency of commonly used viral vectors in rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta) brains
- Isolation and characterization of adenoviruses infecting endangered golden snub-nosed monkeys (Rhinopithecus roxellana)
Evidence and conclusions
You may decide that this is just circumstantial evidence – I would say, though, that there’s a heck of a lot of it … as well as lying by the Chinese Communist Party and the World Health Organisation to the extent of claiming that the coronavirus could not transmit from human-to-human when the evidence is clear they knew the very reverse to be the case.
Then when you add in the knowledge that the Chinese Communist Party has openly declared its aims to be the dominant player on the world stage by 2025, the picture starts to become clearer.
The Chinese have also admitted that they could never beat the USA by military means, and so they have decided to use “any means possible” to achieve their aims. “Any means possible” means AHD, Assymetric Hybrid Warfare.
Bio-warfare is obviously just one of those means. Another is psychological warfare. Currently, some of our own people are so taken up with nightmares caused by dark conspiracy theories about the Illuminati and the Aliens etc, which is largely produced by Chinese think tanks and then disseminated by China’s Fifty Cent Army of trolls, that they cannot see this highly virulent and destructive bio-weapon coming straight for them.
Our governments may not be telling us all they know, for reasons stated above. But they are right when they say that the only way to protect ourselves from this virulent and highly contagious virus, which can only survive by jumping from host to host, is to keep a safe distance from each other, and to continue to stay at home.
This article uses information contained in a documentary by the chief investigative reporter of the Epoch Times, Joshua Philipp. You can watch the whole thing here: https://youtu.be/Gdd7dtDaYmM