2015 Chinese research paper exposes plans to weaponize Covid-19
As the world grapples with the Covid-19 pandemic, a 2015 research paper by Chinese scientists reveals nefarious plans to weaponize the SARS coronavirus against the world, reported Australian weekend.
The leaked article was titled “The Unnatural Origin of SARS and New Engineered Virus Species as Genetic Biological Weapons.” Chinese scientists and public health officials predicted how “biological weapons” would be used in World War III. He also pointed out how SARS coronaviruses could be used as “genetic weapons” that could be “artificially manipulated” into a human disease virus. The scientists also discussed how the same virus could then be weaponized in a ‘never seen before’ way.
The shocking details of the research paper, published about 6 years ago, bear an uncanny resemblance to the current global crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Australian Strategic Policy Institute executive director Peter Jennings described the revelations in the document as “irrefutable evidence”. He stressed: “I think it’s important because it clearly shows that Chinese scientists were thinking about military application for different strains of the coronavirus and thinking about how it could be deployed.”
China was hesitant about an independent investigation into the origins of the coronavirus
Further, Jennings added, “This begins to strengthen the possibility that what we have here is the accidental release of a pathogen for military use…If this was a case of transmission from ‘a wet market, it would be in China’s interest to cooperate’. …we had the opposite of that. ASPI’s executive director stressed that the Chinese government was unwilling to allow an independent investigation into the origins of the coronavirus.
The research paper had multiple authors supported by PLA, was verified by a cybersecurity specialist
Interestingly, around 18 authors of the research paper include scientists and weapons experts associated with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA). The document was verified by cybersecurity specialist Robert Potter, who concluded that the document was not fake. “We came to a highly reliable conclusion that it was genuine…It’s not false, but it’s up to someone else to interpret how serious it is. It emerged during years…they (China) will almost certainly try to suppress it now that it has been covered.
Robert Potter, however, expressed skepticism of Chinese scientists discussing areas of research that need progress. He said that does not automatically imply that any action has been taken by the Chinese regime on the findings of the document. “It’s a really interesting article to show what their scientific researchers think,” he concluded. It must be said that a special team from the World Health Organization (WHO) had gone to China to discover the origins of the Coronavirus.
Scientists point to flaws in WHO investigation into origins of coronavirus
A few days after a joint team of the World Health Organization (WHO) and a mission of Chinese experts affirmed that the coronavirus did not exist in the Chinese province of Wuhan before December 2019, a group of scientists had written an open letter on March 4 to the UN body for “compromise”. the scientific validity of the survey.
According to the letter, a total of 26 signatories had demanded a “full and unrestricted investigation” into the origins of the Wuhan coronavirus. Scientists lamented that the origin of the virus remains unknown even after a year after the outbreak of the pandemic. “We believe it is essential that all assumptions about the origins of the pandemic are carefully considered and that full access to all necessary resources is provided without regard to political or other sensitivities,” they said.
“Based on our analysis, and as confirmed by the global study convened by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Chinese authorities, there is to date no evidence demonstrating an entirely natural origin of this virus. “, added the scientists. Further highlighting the issues, the letter said they wanted to raise awareness that half of the team were made up of Chinese citizens whose scientific independence might be of a limited nature.