How did the Wuhan coronavirus appear?

Mudassir Ali
Mar 03, 2020 05:19 PM 0 Answers
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Mudassir Ali
- Mar 03, 2020 05:19 PM

On Feb 4, 2020 an article was released by Dr Mercola that offers a highly disturbing theory on the origin of the outbreak. Dr. Mercola’s article questions reports that the outbreak originated in Wuhan’s Seafood Market from eating bat or snake soup. That’s the official party line we’re being offered, despite the fact that NO animal tested positive for the virus — bat, snake or other.

He proposes that we may never know exactly what happened, because it is in (Inter) National Security Interests to cover up the truth. He continues, “The hysteria being drummed up follows a well-worn pattern where the population is kept in a state of fear about microbes so that drug companies can come to the rescue with yet another expensive (and potentially mandatory) drug or vaccine.”

So how did the Wuhan Novel Coronavirus appear?

Hold on. This kinda reminds me of the Crighton’s Andromeda Strain. No, it is not about scientists trying to contain extra-terrestrial micro-organisms. But it could be, according to Mercola, that something else was developed in China’s brand new bio-tech test lab that escaped into the general population and unleashed this pandemic.

There is proof, or at least highly coincidental, albeit circumstantial, evidence, that many researchers, institutions and governments knew about this, or suspected it had happened, months before China admitted to the first case they claim occurred on Dec 21, 2019.

Here is some of the circumstantial evidence that points toward this conclusion:

China’s first biosecurity level 4 lab designed for the study of the world’s most dangerous pathogens opened its doors in Wuhan City, the epicenter of the current NCIP outbreak, on January 2018.
On October 18, 2019, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, the World Economic Forum and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation sponsored a pandemic preparedness exercise in New York, practicing for the emergence of a new fictional viral illness dubbed “coronavirus acute pulmonary syndrome.”
Forbes published an article on this FICTIONAL pandemic, that just happens to consist of the exact clinical definitions on Dec 12, 2019.
The first admitted case was reported to occur NINE DAYS LATER. Mercola mentions that “Forbes also refers to the fictional pandemic as “Disease X” — the same designation used by The Telegraph in its January 24, 2020, video report, “Could This Coronavirus be Disease X?” He suggests that “media outlets were briefed and there was coordination ahead of time with regard to use of certain keywords and catchphrases in news reports and opinion articles.”

It’s no big surprise that all this means is that there is a LOT we are NOT being told.

“Reports cast a disturbing light on the outbreak, raising questions about biohazard safety at laboratories working with dangerous pathogens.”

He askes, “Is it pure coincidence that Wuhan City is now the epicenter of this novel coronavirus infection?”

As reported by the Daily Mail:

“The Wuhan lab is also equipped for animal research,” and “Regulations for animal research — especially that conducted on primates — are much looser in China than in the U.S. and other Western countries …

Studying the behavior of a virus like 209-nCoV and developing treatments or vaccines for it requires infecting these research monkeys, an important step before human testing.

Monkeys are unpredictable though, warned [Rutgers University microbiologist Dr. Richard] Ebright. ‘They can run, they can scratch they can bite,’ he said, and the viruses they carry would go where their feet, nails and teeth do.'”

I suggest you read the article yourself and take it with a grain of salt. Mercola has an axe to grind with Big Pharma and Big Government. The story is likely to be buried soon and dismissed as “just another conspiracy theory.” We are finding, quite often as of late, that the truth is often exposed, right under our noses, then trounced under the shadow of doubt, ostensibly, to protect the citizenry from uprising or panic. Or is it, as Mercola suggests, to goad us into compliance?

It may be re-exposed years later, or re-packaged as a great piece of fiction.

You can read it first, in its bare bones, now, today:

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