by Jacqueline Brook
It’s questionable: was SARS-CoV2 a deliberate U.S. creation?
I hope this new Congress will investigate the origins of SARS-CoV-2. I firmly believe that the virus was a very deliberate U.S. creation. And I think it all began with Dr. Anthony Fauci.
Fauci authored a paper in 2000, entitled “Expanded Biodefense Role for the National Institutes of Health.” The online abstract—which, very oddly, is in the third person—articulates this vision:
“Dr. Fauci states that the goal within the next 20 years is to have ‘bug to drug’ within 24 hours.”
Right on schedule, 20 years later, pandemic! Along with a handful of barely-tested vaccines or, allegedly, fraudulently-tested vaccines (Pfizer’s)—two consequences of which were that the FDA tried hard to bury vaccine trial data (Pfizer’s) for 75 years and the word “vaccine” finally had to be redefined.
Along the way, in 2019, in a series of exercises that spanned from January to August, the Department of Health and Human Services imagined and played out “Crimson Contagion,” the outbreak of a nasty respiratory virus in China that quickly goes global. (Wow! How psychic were they?) On page 42, the summary document that emerged from the event states that:
“… the exercise was designed with a central focus on non-pharmaceutical interventions and the production of vaccine for a novel influenza strain …”
Hence, the CDC would not be calling for the release of additional quantities of antiviral medications to state and local jurisdictions. Which “drove confusion” among the participants. They were gob-smacked by that decision. In the face of a pandemic, it was planned that pumping out drugs that might have antiviral benefit would not be part of the plan.
In October of 2019, there was yet another pandemic drill, entitled Event 201, but there was also a Milken Institute program on the 29th, entitled “Universal Flu Vaccine.” The panelists included Rick Bright from the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) and Dr. Anthony Fauci, among others. The question was, essentially, how do we get to a universal flu vaccine that is not made the old-fashioned way—in eggs.
One of the issues that was discussed repeatedly was money. Funding. Where might it come from? Fauci admits, more than once: “Scientists … follow the money.” But alas, more problematic than that: No one is afraid of the flu!
Fauci, about 42 minutes in:
“So, we really do have a problem of how the world perceives influenza and it’s gonna be very difficult to change that, unless you do it from within and say: ‘I don’t care what your perception is, we’re going to address the problem, in a disruptive way and an iterative way. Because you do need both.’”
Around 45 minutes in, Bright begins talking at length about mRNA and the possibility of being able to go very quickly from “bug to drug,” and asserts:
“The technologies are out there. [Although] we haven’t demonstrated their true effectiveness and their [?] ability for a vaccine.” (Two words are hard to decipher. He mumbles mid-sentence.)
Ta dah! Wave the magic wand! A mere 44 days later, on December 12th, 2019, Fauci’s agency was sharing mRNA coronavirus vaccine candidates—“developed and jointly-owned” with Moderna—(for a virus we knew nothing about yet) with Ralph Baric at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill—who had spent years doing gain-of-function research on the first SARS virus. (Gain of function is a euphemism for making a pathogen nastier, more virulent, than nature itself has managed. The relevant pages of the NIH-Moderna-Confidential-Agreements.pdf that someone posted online are 105 & 107.)
Maybe Baric was enlisted to test the vaccines on the virus that he had bragged about whipping up in a 2008 paper: “the largest synthetic replicating life form, a 29.7-kb bat severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)-like coronavirus (Bat-SCoV), [that could pass as] a likely progenitor to the [first] SARS-CoV epidemic.”
Prior to that magical “material transfer” between NIAID/Moderna and Baric’s lab, Moderna had been another Theranos—a black hole into which tons of money had been poured and out of which not a single viable product had emerged.
Whitney Webb, in the article “Moderna: A Company ‘In Need Of A Hail Mary,’” lists the “strategic collaborators” that kept the sinking ship, afloat: The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, BARDA, the US military’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and pharmaceutical companies AstraZeneca and Merck.
Meanwhile, U.S. intelligence analysts had reported evidence of a major illness of concern in the area of Wuhan, China, a couple of weeks earlier, in late November 2019. But, a recent article that has examined that ‘evidence’ rather forensically asserts that it doesn’t show that at all. (“U.S. Accidentally Proves It Could Not Have Spotted the Virus in China in November 2019”) So, why was it being reported? The rest of us would have no clue about any of this before almost mid-January 2020.
Another worthwhile read, at unherd.com, is Ashley Rindsberg’s “How Dick Cheney Created Anthony Fauci,” which tells the tale of how Fauci came to be the highest paid federal employee, sitting “at the very top of America’s biodefence infrastructure.”
From the article: “In the case of research-based bioweapons preparedness, Cheney’s masterstroke was to remove the fragmented biodefence research programmes from various departments, institutes and centres, and place them under the aegis of a single institute: the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), led then, as now, by Anthony Fauci.
“A 2003 NIAID article detailed what this shift meant for the relatively obscure public health agency: ‘In 2003, NIAID was assigned lead responsibility… for civilian biodefence research with a focus on research and early development of medical countermeasures against terrorist threats from infections diseases and radiation exposures. NIAID later assumed responsibility for coordinating the NIH-wide effort to develop medical countermeasures against threats to the civilian population.’”
Medical countermeasures need to be developed for the protection of us peons, because synthetic biology has made biowarfare so easy that a first-year biology student could probably figure out how to wipe out the human race. As virologist William McEwan explains:
“This afternoon I received in the post a slim FedEx envelope containing four small vials of DNA. The DNA had been synthesized according to my instructions in under three weeks, at a cost of 39 U.S. cents per base pair (the rungs adenine-thymine or guanine-cytosine in the DNA ladder). The 10 micrograms I ordered are dried, flaky, and barely visible to the naked eye, yet once I have restored them in water and made an RNA copy of this template, they will encode a virus I have designed.”
Easy peasy! And of course the NIAID wants to save the civilian population with fabulous new medical countermeasures that one could argue work no better than the placebo effect, before their military pals push the planet into WWIII with good old-fashioned bunker-busting and mushroom-cloud-type weapons. (Which, thanks to Angela Merkel, we now know was planned years ago. War, that is. West vs. Russia.) Sure. That’s totally buyable.
With regards to synthetic biology and its beautiful simplicity for those bent towards bio-bombing, however, Ralph Baric wrote this, optimistically, in a 2006 49-page paper, entitled “Synthetic Viral Genomics: Risks and Benefits for Science and Society”:
“… counterterrorism think-tanks anticipate that these particular threats will ameliorate [i.e., improve, not go away] over the next decade because of medical countermeasures (e.g., drugs, vaccines, diagnostics) …”
In other words: “Don’t worry. Counterterrorism think-tanks are confident that us lab rats will be able to figure out the therapeutics. You know, to renew your spleen, your liver, your lungs, rebuild your esophagus, button up that blood-brain barrier again, whatever.”
Right. Given the never-before-seen VAERS data from this country alone, those think tanks sure nailed the countermeasure-thing.
But, what an elegant business model for Big Pharma! Bug to drug! Invent and inject. Invent and inject. Invent and inject. Invent and inject. … As long as media outlets like NPR can be counted on to do fear mongering 24/7 for years at a time.
And then there’s the ‘stabilized’ coronavirus spike protein that the NIAID developed. They announced back in 2018 that it was available to be licensed. Fast forward… It’s currently in at least 4 of the coronavirus vaccines.
So much foresight. So much planning, So many drills. So much money to be made. And to be recovered from a former black hole.
So much that still needed to be rigorously tested to determine “true effectiveness.” And so much the better if a completely disruptive event made us beg for it.
And so much power in the hands of one man.
As Dr. Peter Daszak of EcoHealth Alliance, who I think served to set up the Wuhan Institute of Virology as patsy, has been quoted as saying:
“Until an infectious disease crisis is very real, present, and at an emergency threshold, it is often largely ignored. To sustain the funding base beyond the crisis, we need to increase public understanding of the need for MCMs such as a pan-influenza or pan-coronavirus vaccine. A key driver is the media, and the economics follow the hype. We need to use that hype to our advantage to get to the real issues. Investors will respond if they see profit at the end of process.”
As Colonel Kurtz might’ve said in “Apocalypse Now”: “The profit, the profit…” Anthony Fauci sat on top of so much money, so many tax dollars to dole out, and so many wanted/needed so much more. And then, miraculously, everything that was wished for by the universal flu vaccine panelists on October 29, 2019, manifested seemingly overnight. It was like they strode off that stage and hurled a lit match, sparking a ‘new Pearl Harbor,’ a 9/11, a huge boon for both Big Pharma and diagnostic/testing companies. (Quite interestingly, it was indeed on an eleven date—3/11—that the virus was formally declared to be a pandemic. Wink, wink to those in the know, perhaps?)
Finally, the biggest signal of guilt, for me, was FEMA offering to pay $9,000 to cover the funeral expenses of anyone who died of Covid, with a maximum of $35,500 per application.
The author is a Putney resident.