The explanations of C-19 coronavirus’ origins by MSM (mainstream media) simply do not add up and scientists are increasingly speaking out about this.
Many experts theorize that the virus is manmade and was synthesized in a laboratory because the peculiarities of the virus’ genome that make it so transmittable could not have occurred in nature.
Experts who suspect C-19 coronavirus has lab origins have strong evidence on their side.
Research between the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to increase the infectivity and deadliness of a SARS-like coronavirus has been conducted.
The coronavirus experimental collaborations, called “gain-of-function” (GOF) research, were curtailed by the US between Ys 2014 and 2018 because of their obvious risks, but in Y 2017 the NIH announced the research would be resumed.
Scientists willing to challenge the mainstream explanations of C-19’s origin face a backlash from their colleagues and scientific associations and have even been dismissed as “conspiracy theorists.”
But now, a new voice has been added to the body of scientific dissenters that adds to the credibility of their C-19 views.
French virologist Luc Antoine Montagnier was awarded a Nobel prize in Physiology in Y 2008 along with Françoise Barré-Sinoussi and Harald zur Hausen for discovering of the HIV virus, he has spoken out. Luc Montagnier was a researcher at the prestigious Pasteur Institute in Paris.
Many in the scientific community were shocked when Luc Antoine Montagnier appeared on the French cable TV show, CNews, on 17 April, 2020 and said that the virus that causes COVID-19 is manmade and that elements of HIV and Plasmodium falciparum, a parasite that causes malaria, are found in the coronavirus’ genome.
Dr. Montagnier said: “We were not the 1st since a group of Indian researchers tried to publish a study which showed that the complete genome of this coronavirus has sequences of another virus, which is HIV.”
The research that Dr. Montagnier refers to was posted on the science website Biorxiv on 31 January 2020, and has since been withdrawn.
The researchers wrote: “We found 4 insertions in the spike glycoprotein (S) which are unique to the 2019-nCoV and are not present in other coronaviruses. Importantly, amino acid residues in all the 4 inserts have identity or similarity to those in the HIV-1 gp120 or HIV-1 Gag … The finding of 4 unique inserts in the 2019-nCoV, all of which have identity /similarity to amino acid residues in key structural proteins of HIV-1 is unlikely to be fortuitous in nature.”
In a separate appearance on the French podcast Pourquoi Docteur, also 17 April, Dr. Montagnier said the coronavirus had escaped in an “industrial accident” while Chinese scientists at the Wuhan city laboratory were trying to develop a vaccine against HIV.
“In order to insert an HIV sequence into this genome, molecular tools are needed, and that can only be done in a laboratory,” he said.
He also said he believes that the pandemic will naturally extinguish itself because of its synthetic origins: “Nature does not accept any molecular tinkering, it will eliminate these unnatural changes and even if nothing is done, things will get better, but unfortunately after many deaths.”
According to Corvelva, Dr. Montagnier said on the podcast that the pandemic would peter out because nature would override the synthetically inserted sequences that make COVID-19 so deadly:“With the help of interfering waves, we could eliminate these sequences … and consequently stop the pandemic. But it would take many means available.”
There are many unexplained circumstances surrounding the discovery and spread of COVID-19, which inspired The Times of London to launch an in-depth investigation that was recently published.
For example, the newspaper notes that a virus similar to COVID-19 appeared on the scene much earlier than was reported.
A research paper titled “Coexistence of Multiple Coronaviruses in Several Bat Colonies in an Abandoned Mineshaft,” co-written by Shi Zhengli, a researcher known in China as the “Bat Woman,” makes “no mention of why the study had been carried out: the miners, their pneumonia and the deaths,” says the Times.
The deaths from the apparently new bat-related respiratory virus were also blacked out by Chinese media, says The Times, and could only be gleaned from a “master’s thesis by a young medic named Li Xu.“
Adding to the many questions about the virus’ origins, wrote The Times, was the fact that “of the 41 patients who contracted Covid-19 in Wuhan only 27” had contact with the Huanan seafood market, which was officially named as the source. Moreover, a longtime bat researcher exposed to bat blood and urine who subsequently fell ill and might have been “patient Zero” refused to talk to reporters.
Thanks to the “gain-of-function” research that was conducted at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, well-founded fears of escaped or leaked viruses preceded the acknowledgement of COVID-19 and were increased by China’s lack of transparency.
For example, wrote The Times, even the fact that COVID-19 could be spread between humans was hidden:“China would not admit there had been human-to-human transmission until January 20, despite sitting on evidence the virus had been passed to medics.”
According to The Times, a sample of the virus that killed six in 2012 was housed at the Wuhan Institute of Virology and was described in a scientific paper cowritten by Shi that states it is a 96.2% match to the COVID-19 virus.36 The virus, called RaTG13, says The Times:
“… was the biggest lead available as to the origin of Covid-19. It was therefore surprising that the paper gave only scant detail about the history of the virus sample, stating merely that it was taken from a Rhinolophus affinis bat in Yunnan province in 2013 — hence the “Ra” and the 13.
Inquiries have established, however, that RaTG13 is almost certainly the coronavirus discovered in the abandoned mine in 2013, which had been named RaBtCoV/4991 in the institute’s earlier scientific paper. For some reason, Shi and her team appear to have renamed it.”
According to The Times, the obfuscation about how long the virus has been known to exist and its origins continues.
In an interview with Scientific American, says The Times, Shi:“… mentions the discovery of a coronavirus that 96% matches the Covid-19 virus, and has a reference to the miners dying in a cave she investigated. However, the 2 things are not linked and Shi downplays the significance of the miners’ deaths by claiming they succumbed to a fungus.”
With the many cover-ups and misleading information surrounding the coronavirus and resulting pandemic, is it possible COVID-19 came from a lab and was man made?
On this point, The Times is agnostic.
“The final and trickiest question for the WHO inspectors [who investigated the virus in China] is whether the virus might have escaped from a laboratory in Wuhan. Is it possible, for example, that RaTG13 or a similar virus turned into Covid-19 and then leaked into the population after infecting one of the scientists at the Wuhan institute?
This seriously divides the experts. The Australian virologist Edward Holmes has estimated that RaTG13 would take up to 50 years to evolve the extra 4% that would make it a 100% match with the Covid-19 virus.”
Most of the MSM as well as the scientific community continue to dismiss such ideas. But the addition of the voices of a Nobel Laureate and well-known Norwegian researcher give the theory greater credibility. There are other questions unexplored by media, too. Including: Was COVID-19 intended as a Bioweapon?
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