Was SARS CoV-2 man made and if so by whom? First some illuminating figures:
It would cost between $7 and $249 billion to eradicate hunger. Meanwhile, the U.S. has already thrown more than $6 trillion at the coronavirus crisis. That is 24 times the highest estimate for the cost of eradicating hunger in the whole world.
For decades, malaria has been killing about 500,000 people every year (mostly children) while cheap and effective drugs are available. Solving the malaria problem would cost about US$ 4 billion a year. In just 3 months, the US government has spent 1,500 times more on coronavirus than the cost of dealing with malaria.
Every year the seasonal flu kills between 300,000 and 500,000 individuals without alarming the authorities whatsoever.
But of course all this money and effort was spent “to save lives”. By the very world powers that brought us the following “life saving” wars throughout the 20th century:
Was SARS CoV-2 man made, and by whom? The information above was sourced from the following exhaustive SOTT article which I would urge everyone to read:
On July 2nd, 2019, a mysterious respiratory epidemic struck Greenspring Senior Living community, located in Springfield, Virginia, which is only 50 miles from Fort Detrick. Retrospectively, the described symptoms are very close to those associated with SARS-CoV-2.
…Around the end of 2019, the US was also experiencing the earliest flu epidemic since 2002-2003. The “flu” was 15 days earlier than usual. According to the Asahi News Report, some of the 14,000 Americans who died ‘from’ (or with) this ‘early influenza’ may have unknowingly contracted the SARS-CoV-2.
It was in this context of mysterious respiratory epidemics striking the US in general, and the vicinities of Fort Detrick in particular, that 300 US soldiers arrived in Wuhan, China, for the World Military Games that lasted from October 18th to October 27th, 2019. Just before the trip, some of the US soldiers had trained in Fort Belvoir, 50 miles from Fort Detrick and 6 miles from Springfield, Virginia (the first cluster of the mysterious respiratory disease).
The US team stayed at the Wuhan Oriental Hotel, which is just 300 meters from Wuhan’s Huanan Seafood market:
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