WHO operatives are dismissing all other theories in favour of a narrative fed to the world by the Chinese government
EXCERPT: Rutgers University of New Jersey molecular biologist Richard Ebright has stated quite plainly that assuming one narrative without evidence makes the investigation a hoax. “An inquiry that presupposes – without evidence — that the virus entered humans through a natural zoonotic spillover, and that fails to address the alternative possibility that the virus entered humans through a laboratory accident, will have no credibility,” he said.
Deadly WHO coverup continues with hoax inquiry
Sky News, 15 July 2020
The World Health Organisation had a chance to make amends for its role in the deadliest coverup in human history when it sent scientists to China to investigate the origins of the coronavirus outbreak.
The UN-funded body failed, yet again. The coverup continues.
Those scientists will not walk away with any new, reliable information and whatever conclusions they draw must be scrutinised closely.
How can this be stated with certainty?
The scientists won't even enter the secretive laboratory that had been testing coronaviruses on bats in the leadup to the first outbreak.
Instead the scientists will adopt the presupposition that the virus jumped naturally from animals to humans in a Chinese wet market or the wild.
This theory lacks any credible or direct evidence but it is indeed China’s preferred theory outside of allegations the virus was a planned attack from the US.
At least one commonality exists between all theories surrounding the virus and that is the lack of evidence and many circumstantial assumptions needed to justify the narratives.
There is as much direct evidence linking the outbreak to a natural animal to human transmission in China as there is linking the pandemic to poor practices at a lab experimenting with deadly viruses.
And both those theories have roughly the same amount of evidence as conspiracy theories that China knowingly unleashed the virus on the world to gain power amid the turmoil.
This writer is not arguing that any particular theory is more correct than another, only that they are equally plausible but equally lack evidence.
The problem is that WHO operatives have taken it upon themselves to dismiss all other theories in favour of a narrative fed to the world by the increasingly belligerent Chinese government.
So instead of an independent investigation which takes the inquiry in the direction evidence points it, what we have is a taxpayer-funded exercise designed to selectively build evidence that China was telling the truth all along.
Listen carefully to the words the WHO general manager Tedros Adhanom used to describe the investigation.
“All preparations have been finalised and WHO experts will be traveling to China this weekend to prepare scientific plans with their Chinese counterparts for identifying the zoonotic source of the disease,” he said this week.
“The experts will develop the scope and terms of reference for a WHO-led international mission.
“The mission objective is to advance the understanding of animal hosts for COVID-19 and ascertain how the disease jumped between animals and humans.”
How the disease jumped between animals and humans?
It seems like Dr Adhanom is a psychic and knows the outcomes of the pending investigation.
Or he has accepted, yet again, a line from the Chinese government and is dutifully doing its bidding to prove it correct.
Let me remind you that the WHO never even visited the wet markets China initially blamed for the outbreak.
And no evidence exists to definitively – or even circumstantially - prove that is how the virus began.
The investigation was supposed to be a detailed way of discovering the origins of the virus – not a way to bolster the initial coverup.
And while the media has mostly been silent on this, many scientists have begun to raise questions.
Rutgers University of New Jersey molecular biologist Richard Ebright has stated quite plainly that assuming one narrative without evidence makes the investigation a hoax.
“An inquiry that presupposes – without evidence — that the virus entered humans through a natural zoonotic spillover, and that fails to address the alternative possibility that the virus entered humans through a laboratory accident, will have no credibility,” he said.
“To have any credibility and any value, an investigation must address the possibility that the virus entered humans through a laboratory accident and must also address the further possibility that the ability of the virus to infect humans was enhanced through laboratory manipulation — ‘gain-of-function research of concern’.”
But what can we expect at this juncture from an organisation already caught telling fibs.
An investigation by the Associated Press uncovered internal emails from WHO leadership complaining that China was lying about infection figures at a time international borders were still open and no pandemic alarm bell had yet been rung.
But at the same time the WHO was publicly praising China for its “transparency”.
Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on WHO.