The coronavirus crisis has led to a number of questions: did it appear naturally or was it made in a laboratory? In either case, who stands to benefit from the outbreak? Countries have begun to blame each other – the US launched an entire information campaign against China and the WHO related to the pandemic, blaming them for everything from withholding information to deliberately releasing the virus into the world.
However, as we have written before, some evidence suggests that the Americans could have been behind the Covid-19 outbreak.
Recently, new interesting information has appeared in the media: a new biological center is being created in the US, which formally deals with animal and livestock diseases. However, some are beginning to wonder if they will limit their study to animals…
New Experimental Center
On April 6, 2020, in connection with the spread of coronavirus, a research service of the US Congress published a report on the organization of the biological security system of the country and the creation of a new center – the National Foundation for Biosecurity and Agroprotection (NBAF).
In the US, several agencies are investigating dangerous epizootics at the federal level. There is a special term for potentially dangerous foreign epizootics – ‘foreign animal diseases’ (FADs). FADs are potential diseases of existing animals in the U.S. which, if imported from abroad, can lead to catastrophic economic damage.
It would seem that the reason for renewed interest in epidemics was Covid-19 – but plans for the US NBAF have long been developing, alongside numerous biological laboratories.
Since Congress first authorized funding the NBAF in 2006, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) have proposed new directorates, operations and research plans for this federal research center.
The report notes that the NBAF’s goal is to conduct research on potentially devastating foreign animal diseases (FADs) that cannot be conducted at existing US facilities. It is planned to be fully operational by 2022-23.
“It is designed to be the first U.S. facility to provide Biosafety Level 4 (BSL-4) laboratories capable of housing large livestock. NBAF is also designed with a specialized facility for transitioning countermeasures (e.g., vaccines, antivirals, and test kits) from research to commercially viable products,” the report says.
“BSL-4 is the highest biocontainment level, and such laboratories permit research on exotic disease agents that pose high risks of aerosol transmission and cause frequently fatal diseases for which no vaccines or specific treatments exist.”
A new biological laboratory is currently under construction in Manhattan, Kansas, to replace the Center for Animal Disease Control on Plum Island, New York. The construction and commissioning of the centre will cost at least $1.2 billion.
The report addresses the potential threat of epizootic effects – a widespread infectious disease among one or many animal species, sometimes spreading to humans.
It is difficult to say how many laboratories with this level of safety (BSL-4) are currently operating in the US. Up until the 90s, only two had it: Atlanta (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and Fort Detrick, Maryland (U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases – U.S.A.M.R.I.I.D.).
Later, two more appeared, and after the 9/11 attacks, 10 opened at once.
Is such concern for the laboratories related exclusively to interest in livestock? And are such laboratories really “safe”, given that an investigation in 2008 showed that the sender of anthrax spores was mentally ill researcher Bruce Ivins, a high-ranking guard at the U.S.A.M.R.I.I.D.? Convienantly, he committed suicide before being asked some of the vital questions.
— Senator Jerry Moran (@JerryMoran) May 10, 2016
Previously, only one laboratory – the Plum Island Animal Disease Center, PIADC (New York State) – was involved exclusively in the problem of epizootics.
In 1948, US Congress banned the study of dangerous zoonotic diseases on the US mainland without the direct authorization of the Secretary of Agriculture: the only center was PIADC.
The US acquired Plum Island before World War I to build Fort Terry, which was handed over to the US Army Chemical Corps in 1952, and then given to the Department of Agriculture. In 2002, it was transferred to the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
During the Cold War, PIADC was involved in a covert biological weapons programme targeting livestock. PIADC’s biological weapons research did not stop until the entire program was shut down in 1969 by President Richard Nixon. But even after that, PIADC remained a secret site, and the island was first opened to the world only in 1992.
The US government had long denied conducting experiments on Plum Island. But the information sooner or later came out: in 1993, the American edition of Newsday found confirmation.
Michael Carroll’s book Lab 257 explicitly states a direct link to the island and the outbreaks of three infectious diseases: the West Nile virus in 1999, Lyme disease in 1975 and the Dutch duck plague in 1967. Carroll described the laboratory on Plum Island as a ‘ticking biological time bomb’ exactly what we described in detail earlier.
It’s Clinton’s fault
Why was Manhattan chosen? Proponents of the lab claim that fewer people live there, and if there is a leak in New York State, many more people will be affected. The people of Manhattan themselves are clearly not happy with the idea of a ticking bomb right near the homes.
Unlike Plum Island, the NBAF will not be geographically isolated. It’ll be a college campus in the middle of the cattle state. Kansas State University is also located there, which has caused an additional outburst for locals. Building a laboratory for animal disease control in such close proximity to the ranch and fattening grounds was reckless and, according to opponents of the construction of the laboratory, more risky than on the island.
Before DHS funding was allocated, Congress required the agency to prepare a detailed risk assessment. In 2010 a committee of the Academy of Sciences stated that the plan did “not account for the overall risks associated with operating the NBAF and conducting foot and mouth disease virus work in Manhattan, Kansas. In their report, the academicians stressed the 70% (!) probability that the foot and mouth disease virus could be leaked from the laboratory. After that, the construction was temporarily suspended.
“In 2012, Stephen Anderson, a lifelong rancher, spoke at a meeting about the lab. “Jobs, politics, and patronage,” he said, had blinded policymakers. Later, Anderson sent a letter to the editor of the Topeka Capital-Journal. “The committee has decreed all is well,” he wrote. “Yet when some horrific Level 4 pathogen escapes a Manhattan bio lab, all the heartland will weep with remorse.”
But at the moment, the resources of NBAF opponents are closed. Perhaps they were silenced?
The people of Kansas can blame Senator Hillary Clinton and Representative Timothy Bishop, “whose district includes eastern Long Island, were opposing plans to upgrade the current Plum Island lab from BSL-3 to BSL-4. As a result, the Department of Homeland Security (D.H.S.) was searching for other sites,” the Bulletin states.
It is possible that commercial interests are also partially involved – the Trump Corporation has already taken an interest in the island, considering it a potential golf course.
American footsteps in the trail of the coronavirus
The news about the new lab is all the more intriguing due to the fact that there is increasing information that suggests the US may have developed Covid-19, and that it was either leaked or intentionally spread.
One version is that the new coronavirus could have been delivered to the Chinese city of Wuhan by the American military, Zhao Lijian, the deputy head of the Chinese Foreign Ministry’s information department, thinks so. He mentioned Robert Redfield, head of the Center for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) in the US House of Representatives, pointing out that the coronavirus was found in several dead Americans who were diagnosed with influenza during post-mortem examination.
“It might be the US army who brought the epidemic to Wuhan,” Zhao Lijian said.
2/2 CDC was caught on the spot. When did patient zero begin in US? How many people are infected? What are the names of the hospitals? It might be US army who brought the epidemic to Wuhan. Be transparent! Make public your data! US owe us an explanation! pic.twitter.com/vYNZRFPWo3
— Lijian Zhao 赵立坚 (@zlj517) March 12, 2020
According to Bulgarian Journalist Dilyana Gaytandzhieva, “the US Army has a history of transporting viruses as diplomatic cargo for secret military programs. Diplomatic bags have diplomatic immunity from search or seizure.”
It was noted that as a result of the lack of periodic retraining of staff in biocontrol laboratories, viruses could easily escape. In fact, the Global Times directly addressed the US with a request to provide more information about the Fort Detrick laboratory.
This may be called “conspiracy”, yet 30% of Americans polled believe in the theory that the virus leaked from the laboratory.
Of particular interest was an experiment in 2015, when Professor Ralph Baric, head of the Department of Epidemiology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, made a chimera from the Chinese coronavirus in bats and published an article stating that the virus is very dangerous. The work was attended by Swiss scientists, scientists from Harvard University and the head of the Special Pathogens Laboratory at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. In other words, such an experiment had already been conducted without the secret island of Plum!
Also interesting is the fact that according to Yu Wenbin, an associate researcher at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, several groups were identified, including the A, B, C, D of haplotypes of new coronavirus. “In Hubei, only coronavirus from Group C are detected, but in the US the viruses from all five groups have been found,” he said.
Another experiment discussed in Nature magazine was the creation of a coronavirus hybrid by crossing the SHC014 with the SARS virus in bats. This led to the creation of a killer virus that is extremely dangerous to humans. This experiment was made during a moratorium in the United States to fund research on influenza viruses such as SARS and MERS…
Thus, we have scientific research that has proven the possibility of creating a deadly virus based on coronavirus found in Chinese bats. The research was conducted in the US, and although such research was banned, the government made an exception.
As we wrote earlier, the US was conducting Crimson Contagion exercises just months before the Covid-19 outbreak.
In addition, we wrote in detail about the unhealthy interest of billionaire Bill Gates in vaccines and infection problems.
Such US experiments are extremely dangerous for locals and the world. Whereas the isolation of the island of Plum used to at least somehow allow to control the leaks, now the whole of Kansas is at risk of being exposed to another virus.
Who would risk this happening and why? According to UWI sources in the medical industry involved in the study of COVID-19, the features of the new coronavirus (rapid mutation, gradual weakening, etc.) show that it is synthetic and manufactured in the laboratory. Survivors have lung problems (fibrosis) and the genome has the potential to develop into cancer. Thus, the real danger to survivors has yet to come.
The virus is respiratory, which means it is spreading effectively. It has a long incubation period. Coronavirus takes over the first stages of infection. It can suppress the immune response in the early stages.
Thus, the new coronavirus is well suited as a biological weapon. In the future, with such active US interest, an even faster and more dangerous virus can be created – for example, instantly killing or suppressing immunity.
There are many explanations as to why this is necessary. In the case of the coronavirus, some are inclined to believe it is a conspiracy to destroy the Trump economy in the United States.
Another version is that the US is developing biological weapons that can be “planted” in enemy territory to provoke an epidemic.
Pandemic, on the one hand, could help quickly and imperceptibly redistribute the world’s wealth, or help sell a magic vaccine just in time.
The most extravagant but not altogether impossible version is that this is an effort to subjugate the world to the domination of transnational pharmacological giants, a global dystopia where people are so weak that they need constant pharmacological care, making them powerless.