We've Been Here Before
WHO May Want To Deny It, But It's Already Proven SARS-CoV-2 Emerged From A Wuhan Lab
We’ve been here before.
In the face of endless pretensions by the World Health Organization that the origins of the SARS-CoV-2 virus are as yet “unknown”, we have seen an equally endless array of evidences pointing towards China’s biolabs in Wuhan as that origin.
Yet the WHO still clings to its pretense of ignorance on the virus’ origins.
Yet in a report released Thursday, WHO’s expert group said “key pieces of data” to explain how the pandemic began were still missing. The scientists said the group would “remain open to any and all scientific evidence that becomes available in the future to allow for comprehensive testing of all reasonable hypotheses.”
This despite the reality that the evidences pointing to the laboratory origins for the SARS-CoV-2 virus have been circulating since the very beginning of the pandemic. This despite the reality that media sites such as Zero Hedge have endured censorship and suppression for daring to even mention just some of those early evidences.
There is no surer way to imbue any sort of evidence with credibility than to attempt to purge it from regular discourse…yet this has been a recurring theme in discussing the virus. That Zero Hedge’s information regarding ongoing bat coronavirus research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology as late as November of 2019 was documented with sources from the Institute itself. I personally verified much of that documentation while writing on Zero Hedge’s censorship experience.
Science Also Points To A Lab Origin
The WHO claims (or feigns) ignorance on the lab origins of SARS-CoV-2 also fly in the face of published research also dating back to early 2020 which at the very least was suggestive (at the time) of a laboratory origin for the virus. While a number of alternative media sites regretabbly exaggerated the actual significance of some of the research, that such research even existed in early 2020 made the lab origin hypotheses extremely credible.
That early research has been subsequently augmented by additional studies, some of which, such as the research efforts of Dr. Li-Meng Yan, has attracted yet more censorship and suppression.
Science suppressed and scientists silenced also gain a measure of added credibility as a direct consequence of such censorship.
China Unquestionably Weaponized The Pandemic
The WHO might wish the world would forget all the ways in which China demonstrably and intentionally weaponized the COVID-19 pandemic unleashed on the world from the city of Wuhan. Unfortunately for them, it is a well established (and even documented) principle that “The Internet Never Forgets.”
One thing the Internet is not likely to ever forget is how China deliberately and willfully took actions which compounded the severity of the pandemic in other countries. Even while there was still some room for doubt about whether the SARS-CoV-2 virus was notionally a “bioweapon”, it was effectively turned into a bioweapon by China’s conduct early on in the pandemic.
The WHO might wish to look away regarding such evidence, but it is out there, it has been out there, and the WHO can never honestly say they did not know it was out there.
China’s Efforts To Shift The Blame For SARS-CoV-2 Have Fallen Flat
Nor can the WHO plausibly fail to appreciate why China’s recent efforts to leverage the Russo-Ukrainian War to shift the blame for SARS-CoV-2 away from Wuhan to the “secret” (but not really secret) Ukrainian biolabs established under the auspices of Nunn-Lugar programs for “threat reduction” regarding chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons ultimately failed: no amount of finger pointing at Ukraine can ever undocument all the evidences that have already mounted pointing to China’s culpability.
All the early traces of SARS-CoV-2 emerged in central China. The closest known bat coronaviruses have all been found in either China or Southeast Asia. Dr. Shi Zhengli (China’s infamous “Bat Lady”) has conducted research into bat coronaviruses going back years—in China and in Wuhan.
China might wish to protest—indeed, it has called the WHO’s latest report and its hesitant concession that a lab origin for SARS-CoV-2 is a possibility a “lie”—but such protests do not alter the facts and the evidence any more than censorship and suppression.
More Evidence Besides
Nor can the WHO plausibly ignore the multiple other evidences that have accumulated since the start of the pandemic.
The WHO cannot ignore the reality of the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s shoddy safety record and substandard maintenance, nor of the equally deplorable management of Wuhan’s other biolabs and research facilities.
Researchers have uncovered a number of unnerving biosafety hazards at the WIV, the Wuhan Institute of Biological Products, the Wuhan Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, and Wuhan University.
And they say suspicion does need to be just on WIV - but potentially all the labs in Wuhan need to come under scrutiny in the hunt for Covid's origins.
Nor can the WHO ignore the reality that the lab origin hypotheses gained considerable traction over a year ago when reports began emerging of researchers at the Wuhan Institute of Virology showing COVID-19 symptoms in November of 2019—long before the virus was presumably circulating in the Wuhan “wet” animal market.
A classified US intelligence report - saying three researchers at the Wuhan laboratory were treated in hospital in November 2019, just before the virus began infecting humans in the city - began circulating in US media this week.
The WHO also ignores the ever-expanding range of alternative media sources documenting potential links between SARS-CoV-2 and HIV as well as potential if not probable links between SARS-CoV-2 and a Moderna-patented cancer gene.
Such links not only demonstrate lab origin, but intentional lab creation—arguably, they become the “smoking gun” evidence that conclusively proves the SARS-CoV-2 virus to be an actual bioweapon, and created specifically to be such.
Such evidences cast the conclusive proof that Anthony Fauci knowingly funded unethical “gain-of-function” research by Wuhan’s biolabs in an even more sinister light than before.
The WHO can look away from all of this evidence as well—but it can never honestly say that it did not know of it.
Does WHO Even Want The Virus’ Origin Determined?
Given their stubborn refusal to acknowledge the foregoing information and its multiple provenances, one can plausibly wonder if the WHO wants a conclusive determination to ever be made regarding the SARS-CoV-2 virus’ origins. Indeed, their continued posture of pretending not to know the origin of the virus—or their choosing, depending on what level of mendacity one wishes to assign to the WHO’s stances on SARS-CoV-2—is itself good argument that they would rather those origins remain an eternal mystery.
There is what the WHO wishes, and what the WHO is likely to get. The WHO may wish the origin of SARS-CoV-2 to remain a perpetual mystery, but, with all the evidences that point consistently and unambiguously towards China’s known biolabs, it is not likely to see that wish granted.
The case against China’s biolabs as the origin for SARS-CoV-2 can be made multiple ways with multiple evidences. That case has already been made, by me and by others who have followed the pandemic from the very beginning.
That case has been made, and has not been unmade.
China did not act alone in creating (intentionally or accidentally) the SARS-CoV-2 virus, but the evidence long ago removed any doubt that China did act, and the consequence of their actions was the virus.
The WHO would do well to acknowledge that which has already been abundantly proven.