First and last paragraph of today’s article ‘State Department cables warned of safety issues at Wuhan lab studying bat coronaviruses’ on Washington Post:
Two years before the novel coronavirus pandemic upended the world, U.S. Embassy officials visited a Chinese research facility in the city of Wuhan several times and sent two official warnings back to Washington about inadequate safety at the lab, which was conducting risky studies on coronaviruses from bats […].
“I don’t think it’s a conspiracy theory. I think it’s a legitimate question that needs to be investigated and answered,” he said. “To understand exactly how this originated is critical knowledge for preventing this from happening in the future.”
No, it isn’t a conspiracy theory.
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Right, we are under deep shit.
Our governments hide reality for us, but don’t protect us from it.
Even William Pierce admitted that the best thing that could happen was to go back as how we lived before the centralization of any government (which, as a matter of fact, its concept is of Asiatic origin).
So the big question is… what can someone do about this?
The best answer has been “go to the hills, and wait for the western christian civilization to collapse and destroy itself. Then keep record of what has happened and why so the mistakes of the past can finally be put to an end from a mad cycle of degeneration”.
John Conway, eminent mathematician and inventor of the Game of Life (and with it the field of cellular automata), whose work was popularized in Scientific American by Martin Gardner, has died “of complications related to COVID-19”.
He was 82.
In the recent thread, you said, “I never expected the MSM to bring up the lab scandal so soon.”
Are you really surprised? The capitalists of America have always hated the People’s Republic of China, keeping the flame of Sinophobia alive in the hearts of Americans (while suppressing any hatred of Negroes and Mestizos).
Some conspiracy theorists have been talking about a world war with China in the future. I don’t necessarily see it, in the light of the economic collapse and the civil war, but might be a possibility. This “manufactored virus” line could be a decent propaganda ammunition.