Chinese Lab That Studies “World’s Most Dangerous Pathogens” is Based in Wuhan

Summit News – by Paul Joseph Watson

A biosafety level 4 laboratory that studies the “world’s most dangerous pathogens” is based in Wuhan, the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in China, leading some to claim that the virus could have accidentally escaped the lab.

In a 2017 article, Nature reported on the Medical Research Institute at Wuhan University, which houses the biosafety level-4 (BSL-4) lab, which cost 300 million yuan (US$44 million) to set up. 

The purpose of the lab included a plan to study “the pathogen that causes SARS,” prompting Nature to cite worries about preventing viruses from escaping the lab.

“The SARS virus has escaped from high-level containment facilities in Beijing multiple times,” notes the article, referencing Richard Ebright, a molecular biologist at Rutgers University.

Zero Hedge questioned whether the lab in Wuhan may be “China’s version of Umbrella Corp,” a reference to the pharmaceutical company in the Resident Evil universe which secretly developed bio-weapons.

According to their article, the location of the research center in Wuhan “prompts the immediate question whether the coronavirus epidemic isn’t a weaponized virus that just happened to escape the lab.”

The official explanation is that the coronavirus originated from an illegal seafood market in Wuhan that “conducted illegal transactions of wild animals.”

Given that the market sold bats and snakes, with scientists linking snakes to the virus, and Chinese people consume both as food, that explanation still remains the most likely.

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5 thoughts on “Chinese Lab That Studies “World’s Most Dangerous Pathogens” is Based in Wuhan

  1. ‘…leading some to claim that the virus could have accidentally escaped the lab.’

    ‘The purpose of the lab included a plan to study “the pathogen that causes SARS,” prompting Nature to cite worries about preventing viruses from escaping the lab.’

    “The SARS virus has escaped from high-level containment facilities in Beijing multiple times,”

    “prompts the immediate question whether the coronavirus epidemic isn’t a weaponized virus that just happened to escape the lab.”

    Escape?

  2. ask yourself whats been going on in China , before you believe this distraction

    ask yourself whats been going on here ( specifically Virginia ) …..what do the powers need you to do?
    what do they do to the population best ?

    Fear is one hell of a motivator,, to the unknowing

  3. My wife works for a distributor of Corona beer. They just concluded a sales surge for a three month effort to sell 5 million cases of Corona. They succeeded and got a bonus. The after effects can be seen as a world wide hangover, or the Corona “virus”!!
    Mind you, these sales were only out of one warehouse, one region. I’m sure it was successful elsewhere, too.
    Houston, we have a drinking problem :-/

  4. So maybe THAT PLACE was where that Aggie student was…cute, and now this student brings back this bat virus to one of the best universities in Texas. And there is a Texas A&M research center that studies livestock breeding and issues near El Paso…. Hmmmmmmmmm…..pigs? bats?

    Escape the lab, eh? So I guess Stephen King, one of the greatest fiction authors ever, is also part of the predictive programming scenario…The Stand?

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