Move Restores Funding to Wuhan-linked EcoAlliance Network
As the COVID pandemic narrative continues to crumble among many — though perhaps not enough — plandemic purveyor Anthony Fauci has announced a new NIAID-funded global research network including EcoHealth Alliance, the nonprofit fingered as his pass-through to the Wuhan Institute of Virology. The network will continue to pursue what is being proven to be a massive and historic science fraud — or at the very least, a very bad theory that right now is being disproven globally by the failure of COVID to prove to be deadly or virulent.
The fraudulent zoonotic virus theory is built upon the historic 19th-century germ theory fraud as well as the mid-20th century invention of the genetic pathogen, the virus. (Prior to mid-20th centuries, viruses were presumed to be poisons, not genetic pathogens.)
The newly created Centers for Research in Emerging Infectious Diseases (CREID) will conduct “multidisciplinary investigations into how and where viruses and other pathogens emerge from wildlife and spillover to cause disease in people.”
NIAID (The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), one of the National Institutes of Health (NIH)) “intends to provide approximately $82 million over 5 years to support the network,” according to an August 27 press release. It has already awarded 11 grants totaling approximately $17 million for CREID’s first year, including to EcoHealth Alliance, the pandemic-oriented NGO that gained notoriety for funding the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s bat coronavirus research. EcoHealth Alliance’s NIH funding was withdrawn by the Trump administration in late April 2020. In late May, 77 Nobel Prize–winning scientists wrote an open letter denouncing the move.
In July, NIH sent EcoHealth Alliance a letter saying that it would restore funding for the earlier grant if it met certain conditions. Those conditions included obtaining a sample of the SARS-COV-2 virus that the Wuhan lab used to determine its genetic sequence and arranging for an independent team to examine the Wuhan lab and determine whether it had possession of the SARS-COV-2 virus prior to December 2009, according to reporting by The Wall Street Journal.
The letter also demanded that EcoHealth figure out the whereabouts of a scientist at the Wuhan lab whose photo was removed from its website, the paper reported. The scientist has been the focus of internet conspiracy theories suggesting she was in fact “patient zero” for the coronavirus. The Wuhan Institute of Virology has previously said that the scientist in question was a graduate student who had finished her master’s degree and moved on to other work.
EcoHealth Alliance was not going to do any such thing, which was likely known by NIH, likely because they couldn’t prove any true “patient zero” existed, and because no physical virus samples can be obtained from “viruses” that are conceptually constructed through genetic analyses. The idea that SARS-CoV-2 is a naturally existing bat coronavirus was not conceptually invented — not made — until 2013 by a female Chinese scientist named Shi.
According to an independent Chinese-focused news website, Dr. Zhengli Shi, of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, is the top coronavirus expert in China.
She has gained a nickname of “batwoman” because she and her team have a long history of capturing wild bats in caves all over for the purpose of detecting and sometimes isolating [sic] coronaviruses within them. As publicly stated, the goal of her research is to identify animal coronaviruses that have the potential of crossing-over to infect humans and thereby help the public avoiding SARS-like disasters in the future.
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“In 2013, Shi made her fame in the coronavirus field by publishing in Nature two bat coronaviruses (Rs3367 and SHC014), which share considerable sequence similarity with SARS… This work, for the first time, proved a bat origin of SARS.”
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According to credible sources, Shi has admitted to several individuals in the field that she does not have a physical copy of this RaTG13 virus [a particular alleged bat coronavirus said to be 96% identical to SARS-CoV-2]]. Her lab allegedly collected some bat feces in 2013 and analyzed these samples for possible presence of coronaviruses based on genetic evidence.
Starting a brand-new network perpetuates the idea that there is a US-Chinese bioweapons war instead of plandemic cooperation, that zoonotic virus hunting is a credible humanitarian and scientific activity and use of human resources, and avoids the need to produce evidence to restore funding to EcoHealth Alliance.
Thus far, there is no response from Trump.
Further, from the NIAID press release regarding the new global health research network founded by Fauci:
“Each Center in the network will involve collaborations with peer institutions in the United States and 28 other countries. Research projects will include surveillance studies to identify previously unknown causes of febrile illnesses in humans; find the animal sources of viral or other disease-causing pathogens; and determine what genetic or other changes make these pathogens capable of infecting humans. CREID investigators also will develop reagents and diagnostic assays to improve detection of emerging pathogens and study human immune responses to new or emerging infectious agents. Overall, the breadth of research projects in the CREID network will allow for study of disease spillover in multiple phases of the process: where pathogens first emerge from an animal host; at the borders between wild and more populated areas, where human-to-human transmission occurs; and, finally, in urban areas, where epidemic spread can occur.” (bold ours)
In other words, look for more of the same: more human-divined ‘animal-derived viruses’, more questionable genetic testing, more postulated human contagion — the perfect recipe for the biosecurity state and its associated pseudo-medical, plandemic and biosurveillance industries.
Dr. Fauci’s activities and the truth of this sort of questionable science needs thorough investigation by the public and experts alike, especially those who still “believe” in viruses.