Corona origin from the United States?

LoAlthough the disease of the letter Kovid is almost under control, how this virus came into being is still a mystery. It was believed to be self-generated and man-made. The Wuhan Institute of Virology in China was the first to be implicated when the presence of the corona virus was discovered. The Washington Post reported at the time that the coronavirus may have accidentally escaped from a laboratory at the Wuhan Institute during experiments involving pathogens for use as bioweapons. American television channels reported that the virus, collected from animals, was a mistake during an attempt to develop it as a biological weapon in the laboratory, and that it was not newly developed in the laboratory itself.

But the new information that has come out now is that the virus that was released from the American laboratory and not from China is the center of origin of Corona. The Lancet, a medical journal, published a report concerning the United States. In 2020, a study report released after two years of research by a commission appointed by the Lancet highlights this possibility. The study assesses that the SARS-Covid-2 variant could have caused the spread of the SARS-Covid-2 variant in the world, either due to an error in experiments in the US laboratory or natural overflow. The Chairman of the Commission prepared this report. Earlier this year, Jeffrey Sachs revealed that the coronavirus was created in US laboratories. He said this at a conference held in Spain. The Lancet also accuses the global media, which had published it with great importance when the opinion that China was the epicenter, was silent when the report came out suggesting the United States.

Whenever new disease viruses spread in the world, such suspicions and doubts arise. When the plague swept through Europe in the 1340s, it was believed that the Mongols were behind it. It was rumored that the Mongol army that came to conquer the city of Kaffa threw the bodies of those who died of the plague into the population using launch systems. In the first half of the 20th century, biological weapons such as anthrax were used in Germany, Japan, America, Britain and Russia. When 45-year-old Thomas Eric Duncan died of Ebola in 2014, America suspected ISIS behind it. It was suspected that IS could plan to send their Chavares infected with Ebola to enemy countries by injecting them with the Ebola virus or by other means, and the Liberian patient may have been part of that. Professor Anthony Glees, director of the Center for Security and Intelligence Studies at Buckingham University, said IS fighters are not afraid of suicide and are aware of its potential.

During Pontiac’s War in 1763 (the resistance of the American people against British rule), it is believed that the smallpox disease that infected the American tribes and killed more than 400,000 people was a biological weapon used by the British. It is recorded in some historical documents written in the Hittite language that the practice of sending tularemia fever (tularemia) transmitted from rabbits to enemy countries and spreading the disease there occurred during 1500-1200 BC. Japan used biological weapons against China in WWII. This biological warfare included airdropping clothing and bombs containing viruses that spread deadly diseases, including the plague, among the Chinese and transporting infected rats. The fact that the President of the United States at the time, George Bush, signed in 2004 a defense plan that devoted a lot of money to tests against attacks using biological weapons is proof of the extent to which countries order an attack from such. In 1935, the British writer Nile Grant wrote a play called The Last War. In a war between the world’s most powerful nations, they use bacteria and viruses to use biological weapons against each other. These viruses spread not only in the enemy countries but also in the entire earth and completely wipe out the human race from the earth. The plot of the play is that some animals come together and have a meeting in a land without humans. Although it was written 87 years ago, this theme is still relevant today. Whether the corona is self-inflicted or the result of limited technological development remains an unanswered question.

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