@ Charlie Carter: I think we are at an impasse …

Comment on Pine Gap and Five Eyes: what did they know about COVID-19? by John Bell.

@ Charlie Carter: I think we are at an impasse mate. I agree with you.
Nothing about the Coronavirus is good fun.
I just pray for Dr Zhengli, a wonderful brilliant research virologist who maintains her objective analytical professionalism quite fearlessly under serious threat from her oppressive government.
Let’s hope and pray that she can come up with the sequencing of the Wuhan Virus that nails the characteristics of the original three victims.
What a great woman! And let’s hope and pray that she and her work continues to receive support from the free world.

John Bell Also Commented

Pine Gap and Five Eyes: what did they know about COVID-19?
@ Charlie Carter: Thanks for your expertise in this field, mate.
Dr Zhengli (the Bat Woman of Yunnan) is arguably the foremost authority on any relationship there may or may not be between bats, SARs and Covid-19.
Her conclusion that the origin of the Wuhan Virus that infected the first three wet market victims suffered is as yet a mystery with unique sequencing characteristics is on the public record.
Until they are definitively identified, I would imagine that the jury will remain out.
Is that a logical conclusion to draw?


Pine Gap and Five Eyes: what did they know about COVID-19?
@ Charlie Carter: Dr Shi Zhengli, the Vat Woman of Yunnan, would have an issue with your assertion that the science is settled that COVID-19 is a “bat-related” virus. All that Dr Zhengli has stated is that COVID-19 has “similarities” with a SARS virus.
However, the latest news is that while Dr Zhengli has done a due diligence audit clearing her Immunology Institute in Wuhan of causing or leaking the virus, she notes that the first sufferers were in the Wuhan “wet” markets 300 metres from her Institute and the virus they contracted has unique characteristics that are yet to be identified.
It is also worth noting that the first Wuhan doctor who tried to blow the whistle last year was placed under house arrest and then mysteriously got the virus and died.
Now Dr Zhengli is under house arrest as the Xi government tries to shut her up. Trump’s America is her source of support.


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