The most politically compromised hypothesis

The theory is a problem for many states

Did you think laboratory leak theory was a problem only for China? Wrong. Links with the Wuhan institute of virology show why the theory is a problem for many states.

Project Horizon 2020

The Horizon 2020 research program carried out a whole range of projects managed by the European Commission. Firstly, EU set up the European Virus Archive (EVA) in 2008 in response to the need for a coordinated and easily accessible collection of viruses. The goal was to make it available to universities, public health bodies and industries. In three years, the project grown from nine European laboratories to include many associated partners. Africa, Russia, China, Turkey, Germany, Italy and, finally, the Chinese Wuhan Institute of Virology.

The theory is a problem for many states

As shown on the European Parliament website, the WIV received 130,576.80 euros from the European Union between 2015 and 2019. 90,000 euros have been allocated for the period up to 2023. Thus, it is a problem of the entire European Union.

French roots

France built The Wuhan institute of virology in a joint effort with China. In 2004, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier (then French Foreign Minister) signed a decree that led to the Wuhan lab’s creation. In the end, French got only minor roles in the building of the laboratory, and by the time it opened in 2017 cooperation had collapsed.

French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve visits the Wuhan institute of virology – February 23 2017

A search of US government databases revealed that EcoHealth Alliance received US$ 39 million in funding from the Pentagon (2013-2020). Adding another US $ 64.7 million from USAID, the report found that Daszak’s “non-profit organization” has raked in over US $ 103 million from the US government.

Large US funds

I think now is pretty clear why the theory of a laboratory leak is a problem for many States. Is not so strange that the WHO oiled things. We must understand that the experts who try to suppress the debate (see Peter Daszak, Angela Rasmussen or Kristian Andersen) are most likely only small pieces of a global project. The aim is, probably, the protection of people’s trust in institutions, the price, instead? Maybe the biggest lie ever told.

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