Israeli intelligence: Coronavirus is a runaway Chinese biological weapons virus

Israeli intelligence suspects that the horrendous coronavirus is a runaway Chinese biological weapons virus. The Wuhan Coronavirus which has shocked the world seems to have traced its origins.
The brother of the virus that caused the SARS epidemic also originated not far from ‘his brother’.

Reporting from the Washington Times, Radio Free Asia this week has re-broadcast Wuhan local television reports from 2015. “

The report shows the most sophisticated laboratory in China called the Wuhan National Biosafety Laboratory. This lab was opened in January 2018 As reported on the City News on January 25.

The laboratory is the only place where China is declared to be allowed to work with the deadliest viruses in the world.

Former Israeli military intelligence, Dany Shoham, said the institute was linked to the Beijing biological weapons manufacturing program.

“Certain laboratories at the institute may have been linked to the development of biological weapons.”

The expert, who studies Chinese biological weapons, also said the project was part of military research and was certainly very secretive.

Earlier in 2017, scientists warned that viruses like SARS could escape the laboratory. Now, it seems that scientists’ fears have come true.

With 5-7 Biolabs, the laboratory is designed to provide maximum security in Wuhan in 2017, to study the world’s deadliest viruses, including Ebola and SARS.

The location of the biological weapons laboratory where the SARS virus was studied is near the Wuahan animal market

Reporting from the Daily Mail, Tim Trevan, Maryland’s biological security consultant, said if he worried that Chinese culture could cause the institute to become insecure.

This is because China always seems to cover up their information, and that can cause harm.

The laboratory is located 32 km from the Huanan Seafood Market, the place where the first animal-to-human host transfer takes place.

Some have wondered if the center for the outbreak of the case came about by chance, but the scientific community is convinced that the virus has mutated and moved to a human host during animal and human contact.

But Rutgers University microbiologist, Dr. Richard Ebright said there is currently no reason to start suspicion if the facility has links to the outbreak of the case.

Bill Gates predictions

Meanwhile, Bill Gates has predicted a virus pandemic that appears in China and could kill 33 million people worldwide in the first six months.

Reporting from The Sun, Bill Gates has warned that the world is at risk from super pathogens that are spreading rapidly on the planet.
Not only that, but he also reminded that we must prepare for this as we prepare to fight.

Speaking at a conference hosted by the Massachusetts Medical Society, Gates said he was optimistic but there was one area in the world that did not “make much progress”. He said: “And that’s a pandemic readiness.

“In the case of biological threats, a sense of urgency is lacking, the world needs to prepare for a pandemic in the same serious manner as preparing for war.”

During the conference, the philanthropic billionaire also launched an in-depth study by the Institute for Disease Modeling which revealed how quickly a new disease can spread.

The time-lapse video explains how a potential outbreak in China could then quickly spread throughout the planet, which eventually killed 33 million people.

Did you know that the number of 33 million people is equivalent to one-fifth of the population of Java?

According to the projected population of Indonesia (2015-2045) based on the results of the 2015 Intercensal Population Survey (SUPAS), the total population of Indonesia in 2019 will be 266.91 million. Of this number, around 150 million people or more than 56% are in Java.

Prediction Becomes Reality?

Now one year later, after appearing in the city of Wuhan in China, the world is confronted with a real deadly coronavirus. Confirmed cases have skyrocketed to more than 800 in China alone, officials said.

Vietnam, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, and Hong Kong have all now confirmed cases – along with the US, China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and Thailand.

But the World Health Organization last night refused to declare a global public health emergency, saying that it was still “too early.” However, officials admit the committee was split between 50-50.
Four major Chinese cities are confined to 20 million people in quarantine, with evidence of human-to-human transmission.

Officials have restricted travel at the epicenter of the Wuhan virus earthquake, which is home to 11 million, as well as neighbors Huanggang, Ezhou, and Lichuan.

Preliminary research shows that the coronavirus was passed on to humans from snakes in the Wuhan seafood market.

Michael Ryan, head of the WHO emergency program, said nearly three-quarters of confirmed cases occurred in people aged over 40, with four out of ten having an underlying health condition.