Coronavirus created in the American laboratory Fort Detrick

The new coronavirus almost certainly originated in the United States, as established by Japanese and Taiwanese epidemiologists and pharmacologists, since this country is the only one with all five types, where the rest may have originated.

In August 2019, there was a wave of pulmonary pneumonia or similar diseases in the United States, which Americans attributed to the "vapor" of electronic cigarettes. But according to the famous Taiwanese scientist, symptoms and conditions could not be explained in this way. He revealed that he wrote to US officials, pointing out his suspicions of coronavirus as the likely cause of death. The warnings were ignored.

Immediately prior to this, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention completely closed the main military biolaboratory in Fort Detrick, Maryland, due to the lack of guarantees against leakage of pathogens, giving the military a total cease-and-desist order *. Immediately after this incident, the "electronic cigarette epidemic" arose.

From The New York Times August 8, 2019: “Deadly biological research at the Army Lab has been closed due to security concerns. Problems with disposal of hazardous materials forced the government to suspend the activities of a leading military biological center. "

In September 2019, Japanese citizens were infected in Hawaii - people who had never been to China, infections occurred in the United States long before the outbreak in Wuhan, but soon after the closure of Fort Detrick.

Then an article appeared on Chinese social media confirming the above, but with additional details. It partially stated that five “foreign” athletes or other personnel who visited Wuhan at the World War Games (October 18-27, 2019) were hospitalized due to an unknown infection.

The article explains more clearly: The Wuhan version of the virus could only have been sourced from the United States, as this is what they call an offshoot. It could not be primary because it did not have a “seed”. It was to be a new variety, emerging from the original "trunk" that only exists in the United States.

There have been speculations that the coronavirus was deliberately introduced in China, but a less sinister alternative is possible, according to the article.

If some members of the US team at the World War Games contracted the virus as a result of an accidental outbreak in Fort Detrick, then it is possible that their symptoms were mild during the long initial incubation period. These people could easily have traveled around Wuhan during their stay there, infecting thousands of locals in various places, many of whom could later travel to the seafood market, from where the virus spread like wildfire (as it did).

This also explains the practical impossibility of finding the legendary "patient zero", which in this case was never found, since there were many of them.

Further, Daniel Lucy, an infectious disease expert at Georgetown University in Washington, wrote in an article in the journal Science that the first human infection was confirmed to have occurred in November 2019 (not in Wuhan), suggesting that the virus originated elsewhere. and then spread to the seafood market. "One group reported the origin of the outbreak as early as September 18, 2019." “As confirmed cases of the new virus are spreading around the world at an alarming rate, all eyes have so far been focused on the seafood market in Wuhan, China as the source of the outbreak. But the description of the first clinical cases published in The Lancet refutes this hypothesis. "

The article, written by a group of Chinese researchers from several institutions, details the first hospitalized patients (41 people) who have been confirmed to have an infection dubbed the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV). In the first case, the person fell ill on December 1 and did not report any connection with the seafood market. "No epidemiological link was found between the first patient and subsequent cases," the authors state. Their data shows that a total of 13 cases out of 41 had no market connection. “13 is a large number,” notes Daniel Lucy.

Earlier reports from the Chinese health authorities and WHO said the first patient began symptoms on December 8, while current reports simply emphasize that "most" of the cases had ties to the seafood market, which closed on January 1.

Lucy said that if the new data is accurate, then the first human cases should have occurred in November 2019, if not sooner because there is an incubation period before symptoms appear. If so, the virus may have been quietly spreading among people in Wuhan and elsewhere before a cluster of cases were discovered in late December from the now infamous Huanan City Wholesale Seafood Market. “The virus entered this market before it left this market,” says Lucy.

"China must have realized that the epidemic originated in the wrong seafood market in Wuhan," Lucy noted in Science Insider .

Christian Andersen, an evolutionary biologist at the Scripps Research Institute, analyzed the sequences of the 2019-nCoV strains to try to figure out its origins. He said the scenario is plausible for infected people supplying the virus to the seafood market from somewhere outside. According to the research article “On January 25, Andersen posted his analysis of the 27 available 2019-nCoV genomes on the virology research website. It is assumed that they had a "recent common ancestor", that is, a common source, as early as October 1, 2019 ".

Interestingly, Lucy also noted that MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) was originally believed to have originated from a patient in Saudi Arabia in June 2012, but later careful research traced it back to an outbreak at a hospital of unexplained pneumonia in Jordan in April. the same year. Lucy said that from the stored samples from people who died in Jordan, medical authorities confirmed they were infected with the MERS virus.

This is an incentive for the public to be wary of adopting the "official standard narrative" that the Western media always strive to deliver in the same way they did with SARS, MERS and ZIKA. As later proved, the official narratives were in all cases incorrect.

And now, for months, Western media have flooded their pages with materials about the COVID-19 virus, which allegedly originates from a seafood market in Wuhan, and infected people ate bats and other wild animals. All of this has been proven to be wrong.

Not only did the virus not originate in the seafood market, it was not from Wuhan at all, but was brought to China from another country. Part of the evidence for this claim is that the genome varieties of the virus in Iran and Italy are sequenced and declared to have nothing to do with the variety that infected China, and by definition must come from other sources.

It seems that the only possible country of origin is the United States, because only there is a “tree trunk” of all varieties. It is highly plausible that the original source of the COVID-19 virus was the US military laboratory at Fort Detrick. This does not come as a surprise when you consider that the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) completely shut down Fort Detrick, and also because, as I mentioned in a previous article, there were 1059 cases in the US between 2005 and 2012 when theft or diversion of pathogens had taken place in this American biolaboratory for the past ten years.