Where did the coronavirus start? Speculation by press pointed in China into the popular’ markets’ where live animals are bought and sold. It turns out that this has been a head fake by the press scapegoat and to try the’markets’ for the reason for the coronavirus.
For weeks, others were digging deeper and have discovered the coronavirus DID NOT start in the’markets’ in Wuhan, China but in a lab in China. It turns out that the federal authorities is’convinced’ that’sloppy handling’ in the Wuhan lab was the origin of the spread of the coronavirus. The virus could have leaked out of a Wuhan, China lab by accident or via biowaste but isn’t considered to be bioweapon.
The Lancet had an early and very thorough report on the coronavirus began and discovered that neither the earliest person that is known to become infected nor many in the cluster of patients had any link to the’market’. : A novel coronavirus outbreak of international health issue
The virus spread like wildfire, although china attempted to cover-up the virus by silencing several whistleblowers. China is responsible for sickness and death .
National Review questions the origins of the coronavirus in the must-read post of Jim Geraghty: The Trail Leading Back into the Wuhan Labs. Geraghty takes the reader through some of the same pathways as the video below, raising questions about the narrative being pushed by China the virus began in the Wet Markets:
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“The fact that the Chinese authorities spent six weeks insisting that COVID-19 could not be spread from person to person usually means its denials about Wuhan labs cannot be admitted without independent confirmation.”
We understand that China cannot be trusted.
Way back in 2015, How the bat virus was being analyzed in labs was out there:
According to the Hong Kong Citizen News, the Chinese experimented with all the bat virus:
2. Bat severe acute respiratory coronavirus homologues that are ORF3b exhibit different interferon antagonist actions, Journal of General Virology, United Kingdom.
3. Identification of the Spike Protein Virologica Sinica, of SARS-like Coronavirus, April 2013 of Immunogenic Determinants.
THE CHINESE COVER-UP — THE COZY RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHINA AND THE WHO:
Tucker Carlson raised the query concerning the cozy relationship the World Health Organization (WHO) has with China, also if the WHO is completely biased towards protecting China.
Carlson reveals a shocking video of proof that the WHO would rather deny the existence of Taiwan than offend the authorities.
Reaction from Gordon Chang, author of’The Coming Collapse of China’confirms the relationship.
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The WHO is the health arm of the UN, and we provide them tons of cash every year. Perhaps it’s time to cut them off.
January 14th…This tweet has not aged well:
Taiwan is questioning the relationship between the World Health Organization (WHO), and China. The problem is that the WHO failed to act on early warnings of human-to-human contagion of coronavirus.
Last year, health officials alerted the WHO in late December regarding the coronavirus, but no reports were made according to National Review reports.
Taiwanese officials cautioned the WHO in December, but China waited until January 20th to report human to human transmission of coronavirus. Taiwan’s vice president and former health minister stated that”an chance to raise the alert level both in China and the broader world has been lost” when the Taiwanese warning was not heeded by the WHO.
Chinese authorities are accused of hiding the coronavirus and punished a physician in Wuhan, China, who attempted to warn people.
Officials in Wuhan did not warn others in January regarding the virus that is highly contagious, therefore citizens held Lunar New Year parties to Wuhan with thousands of traffic. The officials to’s neglect is criminal.
If officials had listened to those people and let others know.
Rather, since it spread anywhere caregivers scrambled to combat the Wuhan coronavirus.
WUHAN HERO HAS DIED:
The Chinese physician who sounded the alarm trying to frighten others, Dr. Li Wenliang, has died of the coronavirus.
A hospital statement declared his death:
“Our hospital ophthalmologist Li Wenliang was infected with coronavirus throughout his job in the struggle against the coronavirus outbreak.
Li Wenliang was hospitalized on January 12 after contracting the virus.
He had been confirmed to have the coronavirus on February 1st.
CNN reports that the alarm had been raised by Li about the virus that finally took his own life:
Back in December, he published in his medical school alumni set on the messaging program WeChat that seven patients so were quarantined in his hospital in Wuhan and from a local fish market had been diagnosed using a disease.
“I only wished to remind my university classmates to be mindful.”
The Chinese city at the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak, li working in Wuhan, told his friends to warn their nearest and dearest privately. But within hours screenshots of his messages had gone viral…without his name being fuzzy.
“When I watched them circulating online, I understood it had been outside of my hands, and I would most likely be punished.”
Li was accused of rumor-mongering by the Wuhan authorities after he published the message. Li was forced to sign a letter saying that he made comments about the virus, the BBC reported
He had been one of medics targeted by authorities for trying to blow the whistle on the virus in the early weeks of the outbreak, which has sickened more than 28,000 people and killed more than 560.
If the coronavirus had been treated by China from the beginning, perhaps it wouldn’t have spread and killed so a lot of people.