Delving deeper into western media coverage of the Chinese bioweapon

Delving deeper into western media coverage of the Chinese bioweapon

Yesterday I posted a couple of articles on revelations of of 2015 document setting out the CCP’s plans with regards to a bioweapon.

The article from the Australian was behind a paywall so I could not look at that .

When I sat down to read the Daily Mail article I was singularly unimpressed.

Like everything that comes from western media it was strong on accusations but low on proof. 

Reading the article, I was waiting for the actual material evidence.

It never came.

However, on searching I came across an article from GNews which had this sentence that hit me between the eyes.

 

Sharri Markson who wrote the article appears to be referring to a military textbook that was discussed in Dr. Li-Meng Yan’s third scientific report. 

 

 

If you read Mandarin you can see the document HERE

I stumbled onto a site called BioTech News that cited the Global Times that claimed that the book revealed by the Australian and other media was on the “open market”, including amazon.com

Quoting a so-called leaked document obtained by the US State Department, The Australian claimed China had been probing whether it could weaponize the coronavirus five years before the COVD-19 pandemic, and even took the document as evidence of China’s interest in bioweapons. 

Yet, the Global Times found the leaked document mentioned by The Australian was a book titled The Unnatural Origin of SARS and New Species of Man-Made Viruses as Genetic Bioweapon. It was published by military doctor Xu Dezhong in 2015 and is on sale on Amazon, although it is out of stock. The book suggests that SARS epidemic during 2002 and 2004 in China originated through an unnatural way of genetic modification originating from abroad.

And then they go on…

An academic book that explores bioterrorism and possibilities of viruses being used in warfare was interpreted as a conspiracy theory by The Australian, which deliberately and malignantly intends to invent pretexts to smear China, Chen Hong, a professor and director of the Australian Studies Center at East China Normal University, told the Global Times on Sunday.

Having failed to find any reference to this book by its English title I decided to search by its Chinese title, FEIDIAN FEIZIRAN QIYUN HE RENZHIREN XINZHONG BINGDU JIYIN WUQI and this is what I got in addition to material in Mandarin and Japanese on the bioweapon.

 

RESOURCES

G News,

8 May, 2021

Following the Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s speech linking coronavirus to the Chinese Communist Pary (CCP)’s biological warfare, two Australian news outlet, The Australian and Skynews, revealed the existence of a document showing China’s longstanding biowarfare ambition. 

Sky News quoted the Weekend Australian’s report ‘Viral warfare’ in China military document as saying that CCP military scientists discussed the weaponization of the SARS coronavirus and the need to use it in World War III five years before the outbreak of COVID-19. The document is reported to be authored by CCP’s military scientists and senior CCP public health officials, and was obtained by the U.S. State Department during its investigation into the origins of COVID-19.

Screenshot of the headline on The Weekend Australian, May 9th, 2021

Sharri Markson who wrote the article appears to be referring to a military textbook that was discussed in Dr. Li-Meng Yan’s third scientific report

Image from Dr Yan’s report

Readers can download the full copy of this textbook from the attachment. 

Dr.Li-Meng Yan’s Twitter account is HERE 
HERE is her 3rd paper

The Wuhan Laboratory Origin of SARS-CoV-2 and the Validity of the Yan Reports Are Further Proved by the Failure of Two Uninvited “Peer Reviews” Opening Statement

March 2021

Abstract
The origin of SARS-CoV-2 is a question that has attracted attention from all over the world. It has been portrayed by some as a great mystery, although the laboratory nature of this virus is evident to people with trained eyes. The fundamental reason for this current situation is a large-scale, multi-domain, deliberate scientific misinformation. In an effort to defeat this scientific misinformation and expose the true nature of SARS-CoV-2, we have published two scientific reports. Our first report showed, using substantial evidence and logical analyses, why SARS-CoV-2 must be a laboratory product and how it could be created conveniently by following well-known concepts and established techniques. Our second report exposed a large-scale, organized scientific fraud, through which the nature of SARS-CoV-2 as an Unrestricted Bioweapon was revealed. Our efforts were immediately met by great resistance. Within ten days of the publication of our first report, two self-claimed “peer reviews” came out to specifically criticize our report. The first review was published by four scientists from the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security led by Dr. Gigi Gronvall. The second review was published on the MIT Press and produced by a group of four scientists led by Dr. Robert Gallo. Although we welcome critical reviews of our report, such reviews have to be honest, logical, evidence-based, and produced by qualified scientists. These two reviews, however, did not meet any of the criteria. Unfortunately, these poor reviews were nonetheless used by the media to defame our reports, label laboratory origin theories as “conspiracy theories”, and further suppress the truth of SARS-CoV-2 origin. Building on these media reports, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) regime then greatly amplified its voice and promoted the false theory that SARS-CoV-2 must have come from nature. In a continued effort to fight and defeat scientific misinformation, here we provide our point-to-point responses to these reviews. Part I of the document is our responses to the MIT Press review, and Part II is our responses to the review published by the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. We also included an opening statement at the beginning, where we summarized the main events of the Unrestricted Scientific Misinformation, including various cover-ups executed by individuals having close ties with the CCP regime, as well as Dr. Yan’s sustained efforts in exposing the truth of COVID-19. We sincerely hope that this document may help the world recognize the ongoing misinformation campaign and come to the realization that the SARS-CoV-2 virus is an Unrestricted Bioweapon developed by the CCP regime. We believe that this realization is crucial in defeating the COVID-19 pandemic and in protecting the global community from future bioweapon attacks.
The biotech companies do the CCP’s propaganda for them.
A woman walks in the rain in Sydney, Australia, March 20, 2021. Photo: Xinhua
 

A woman walks in the rain in Sydney, Australia, March 20, 2021. Photo: Xinhua

The Australian newspaper recently quoted a Chinese book that is openly on sale as a “leaked” exclusive document, in an embarrassing article that smears China over the origins of COVID-19, twisting the book’s contents to support its own conspiracy theory that China was engaged in weaponizing the novel coronavirus several years before the pandemic.

Chinese netizens and experts slammed the newspaper for losing its professional ethics by drawing any possible clues to back its own political narrative.

Quoting a so-called leaked document obtained by the US State Department, The Australian claimed China had been probing whether it could weaponize the coronavirus five years before the COVD-19 pandemic, and even took the document as evidence of China’s interest in bioweapons.

Yet, the Global Times found the leaked document mentioned by The Australian was a book titled The Unnatural Origin of SARS and New Species of Man-Made Viruses as Genetic Bioweapon. It was published by military doctor Xu Dezhong in 2015 and is on sale on Amazon, although it is out of stock. The book suggests that SARS epidemic during 2002 and 2004 in China originated through an unnatural way of genetic modification originating from abroad.

An academic book that explores bioterrorism and possibilities of viruses being used in warfare was interpreted as a conspiracy theory by The Australian, which deliberately and malignantly intends to invent pretexts to smear China, Chen Hong, a professor and director of the Australian Studies Center at East China Normal University, told the Global Times on Sunday.

It is a shame for anti-China forces in Australia to back their own ideology against China at the expense of basic professional journalistic ethics, conspiring to twist the real meaning of the book, Chen said.

The book alleges with evidence how biological weapons labs abroad successfully transferred the virus to civets or other mammals, and how the animals were brought into markets in southern China at the time. The subject and core argument of the book is nothing like the report by The Australian claiming China was weaponizing the SARS virus five years before the COVID-19 pandemic.

The book’s author pointed out the noticeable facts that the infected cases at the time were concentrated in the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, and the island of Taiwan. Other cases were concentrated in countries and regions where Chinese nationals and their descendants lived. More cases showed that among 15 deaths out of the virus in Canada, 13 were Chinese people. “Conspiracies cannot be ruled out that terrorists abroad were developing contemporary genetic weapons to fight against China,” Xu wrote in the book.

In another claim by The Australian, the idea of Xu’s book suggested a use of biological weapons for a predicted third world war. The idea, however, was only an objective enumeration which listed a series of countries…

I always come back to the secret speech of Chi Hao-tian, which is always worth reading.

Beijing apologists can only pretend it doesn’t exist. I have never seen anyone suggest it is a fake.

Meanwhile, I found this from the Huffington Post from back in 2010, when it (like the Guardian) were a proper newspaper.

While Liu Xiaobo’s win has given the Nobel Peace Prize a new integrity (especially after the rather vacuous win by President Obama), when one thinks of Chi Haotian, “world harmony” are not words that immediately spring to mind. A speech attributed to him from 2005, applauds an online survey that reveals that 80 percent of those polled said they would fire on women and children. The speech also calls for biological warfare against the United States to secure “living space” for the burgeoning Chinese population. The source of the translated speech that Chi Haotian allegedly gave to China’s top military brass cannot be confirmed, but analysts have noted that along with its Lex Luther rantings, Haotian’s speech contains classic aspects of China’s military strategy.

Our military battle preparation appears to aim at Taiwan, but in fact is aimed at the United States, and the preparation is far beyond the scope of attacking aircraft carriers or satellites. Marxism pointed out that violence is the midwife for the birth of the new society. Therefore war is the midwife for the birth of China’s century.”

Not very world harmony-ish.

But for China’s leaders, Haotian is harmony personified. Words like peace and harmony don’t mean the same in China as they do in the West. In China, peace and harmony are synonymous with stability-keeping things exactly the way they are-and that’s what Haotian effectively pulled off in the brutal crackdown of June 4th, when the heady spirit of regime toppling uprisings was crushed at the foot of the People’s Monument.

Beijing interprets the Nobel Peace Prize’s mandate, which talks about “fraternity between nations,” as being about political stability, not about fighting for change. Liu was imprisoned because he wrote and publicized articles calling for a new and more open regime in China. In other words, because he was a threat to social stability.

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