Investigations into the now not-so-mysterious origin of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus reveal that a renowned Chinese scientist who worked at U.S. universities applied for a patent for the vaccine just five weeks after the regime declared human-to-human transmission.
Yusen Zhou is registered as the lead inventor of the vaccine in the patent on behalf of the “Institute of Military Medicine, PLA Academy of Military Science,” which serves the CCP, The Australian reported on June 4.
Zhou died mysteriously only a few months later, aged 54. Despite having had a brilliant career and being decorated for his military services, he received no official recognition. Only a brief notification in a newspaper reported his death.
Meanwhile, Nikolai Petrovsky, a medical researcher at Flinders University in Australia who worked on creating a vaccine against the CCP Virus, said it was a “remarkable achievement” to develop it in such a short time as Zhou and his team did.
Given this “achievement,” he did not rule out the possibility that they were working on it earlier.
“This is something we have never seen achieved before, which raises the question of whether this work may have started much earlier,” Petrovsky commented.
The complex plot of the origin of the virus involves senior U.S. officials, who tried to deflect attention away from the Wuhan Virology Laboratory in Wuhan, China, raising suspicions that they may have wanted to shirk their possible responsibility.
“They were reluctant to give credence to the theory that COVID-19 (CCP Virus) might be the result of a lab leak, fearing that it would expose their complicity in providing funding to a facility that intelligence agencies suspected might have triggered the pandemic,” according to writer and researcher Sharri Markson.
Markson is preparing a book, “What Really Happened In Wuhan.” She also reported on CCP projects on biological weapons for an eventual World War III years earlier.
“Chinese military scientists talked about weaponizing SARS coronaviruses five years before the COVID-19 pandemic in a paper that also predicted that a third world war would be fought with biological weapons,” she wrote in one of her tweets.
Japan Times reported, “The U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases of the National Institutes of Health, led by Dr. Anthony Fauci, had since 2014 funded dangerous laboratory research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) to redesign bat coronaviruses and make them more infectious for experimental purposes.”
In this context, President Joe Biden did not follow the project initiated by Former President Trump to restructure the World Health Organization (WHO). The WHO is seriously implicated in the disastrous spread of the virus worldwide. Nevertheless, Biden reinstated the WHO on his first day as President.
Moreover, he signed on Jan. 26 an executive order directed at federal agencies, calling any reference to the pandemic racist if the “geographic location of its origin,” was mentioned. He roadblocked any possibility of holding the CCP responsible for the deaths and damage caused by the virus, as many lawmakers have proposed.
Thus: “Biden was making it official U.S. policy to disassociate the virus from its source of origin—China. However, it is still considered correct to refer to variants of the virus by their geographical origin,” argues author Brahma Chellaney.