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Interview with Dr. Francis Boyle on bioweapons and the “coronavirus”

Interview with Dr. Francis Boyle on bioweapons and the “coronavirus”

I, for one, believe the WHO is lying and this man is speaking the truth. Interview: Author of US  BioWeapons Act Believes  The WHO & China Are Lying  About The Coronavirus Spiro Skouras In this interview, Spiro’s guest is Francis Boyle, who is a professor of international law at the University of Illinois, College of Law. Professor Boyle is the man who drafted the U.S. domestic implementing legislation for the Biological Weapons Convention, known as the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of…

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Cruise ships are floating incubation chambers

Cruise ships are floating incubation chambers

Coronavirus:  thousands more cruise  passengers might have  been exposed to deadly  infection Rick Wiles, “Doc” Burkhardt and Edward Szall discuss what is involved when thousands are chek-by-jowl on a cruise liner that has sailed four times since someone got sick with coronavirus on board. They neglect only to describe what happens when these carriers of the virus go ashore and potentially spread the virus far-and-wide This is the article they cite Thousands more people than previously thought might have been exposed…

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Was the coronavirus a military bioweapon attack directed AGAINST CHINA?

Was the coronavirus a military bioweapon attack directed AGAINST CHINA?

I was fascinated by this report from Steven ben-Noon. I hope he will say more about this. There has been a lot coming out suggesting that the coronavirus could be a bioweapon originating from a Chinese biolab. Steven is suggesting here that this could be a bioweapon attack aimed at China, Chinese men in particular. I have always said that if the virus “burns out” and does not affect westerners so much while it decimates Chinese this would indicate to me there…

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Death of coronavirus doctor Li Wenliang

Death of coronavirus doctor Li Wenliang

Death of coronavirus doctor  Li Wenliang becomes  catalyst for ‘freedom of  speech’ demands in China Beijing’s top anti-corruption agency is sending investigators to Wuhan, signalling how seriously it is taking public anger over the handling of the outbreak If the public can’t express their views, the crisis of confidence will only recur, analyst says SCMP,  7 February, 2020 The death of a doctor in China is threatening to turn into a public confidence crisis for Beijing, just as it faces unprecedented…

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