When another wave of infections hit the United States along with the Afghanistan debacle, President Joe Biden and the European Union called for a re-examination of the Wuhan laboratory and put “intelligence” officials at the head of the investigation.

Though the White House pushed for charges after three months of investigation, the intelligence agency made the results inconclusive and made the report confidential – but not before announcing that a “partially verified” version would be released.

The US under Trump and Biden, the World Health Organization aggressively urged the alleged virus leak to be traced back to the Wuhan laboratory. However, the USA forbids the WHO to examine one of the around 200 US bio-laboratories worldwide.

In comparison, China already allowed world-leading scientists to travel to Wuhan in January 2020, where the WHO Director General even President Xi Jinping and met 25 of the best scientists from, among others, the US, Germany, Japan, South Korea and Singapore, visited Guangdong, Wuhan and Sichuan, concluded that there was no evidence that the virus was linked to a Wuhan laboratory leak The US chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley also said in April 2020 that there was “no evidence” that the virus came from a laboratory. Scientists around the world voted with a large majority.

In April 2020, Politico announced that a 57-page memo had been circulated to American politicians calling on them not to defend Trump’s handling of the pandemic and instead blame the Chinese government if Trump’s response is questioned.

Why is the mainstream media deafeningly silent about the U.S.’s continued refusal to allow WHO inspection of one of its bio-laboratories, even after 25 million one Signed the online petition to investigate Fort Detrick? The US closed Fort Detrick in 2019 for violating security protocols. Fort Detrick was one of 200 laboratories around the world that have been funded by the US government for years to research, among other things, whether animal viruses can be transmitted to humans.

It was believed that animal diseases such as claws and claws were eliminated in 2007 leaked, as well as possibly a 1977 strain of flu very similar to one that had not existed for 20 years. Vials have also disappeared, along with other “accidental leaks”; without counting the viruses and bacteria that were used to infect the early North and South American Indians, to decimate them, and which may have appeared in the Korean and Vietnam wars.

The US was not only recruiting and protecting from the Prosecuting war crimes but also supported the perpetrators of horrific human experiments, the “731 unit” of Japan and the nuclear scientists of Germany during World War II. The U.S. bio-war laboratories were built by these experts who performed live freezing, compression-decompression, mutilations, and infections on thousands of living Chinese, Russians, and others.

Flu researchers led by Ron Fouchier from Erasmus Medical Center in the Netherlands gave announced that they would be developing a new H7N9 avian flu to give it new potentially deadly abilities. He is the scientist who adopted the H5N1 strain of flu two years ago in order to transmit it from person to person, which was not possible in its natural form. These research centers were supported by the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and others outside the US, which would put health, safety and legal risks outside the US at risk, and any accidents or scandals can be blamed abroad (Forbes 2013, Steven Salzberg Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University).

Fellow Fouchier Yoshihiro Kawaoka admitted that the risk of the virus becoming pandemic would increase exponentially if it acquired the ability to easily spread among people. This is what we are witnessing today.

These are just a few of the researchers that the US is supposedly using to find antidotes for pandemics, but why then did the US have the worst Covid pandemic management despite the highest resources of talent and funding ? Flu expert Michael Osterholm is quoted by Salzberg, Professor of Molecular Biology at John Hopkins, that this research by the Fouchier group did not help improve our ability to respond to a pandemic or vaccine development, like the Covid experience shows in the US.

Former Assistant Secretary of State for International Security and Non-Proliferation, Christopher Ford, has been treacherously attacked by the mainstream Western establishment, including the media CNN, Fox News and Vanity Fair, for pressing for it knowledgeable scientists supported the Trump administration’s claims of “laboratory leak theory,” and not by unqualified intelligence researchers.

There is much information pointing to previous possible incidents of coronavirus precursors in Italy and other parts of Europe and the US indicate. US CDC director Robert Redfield himself admitted in a hearing before Congress in March 2020 that the US had mistakenly diagnosed Covid deaths as influenza. The US also had record deaths from flu and steam-related illnesses in 2019.

Belleville, New Jersey Mayor Michael Melham reported that he contracted the novel coronavirus symptoms in November 2019, even before they got into China.

The catastrophic mismanagement of Covid in the US is a reality of the most advanced healthcare system and bio-research in the world with the highest number of infections and deaths. The US has over 630,000 deaths, India (a US ally also betrayed by the Americans for promised vaccines that never came) has over 430,000 deaths and is home to the Indian Delta variant virus, while China has 4,600 would have. Even assuming a 10-fold data inaccuracy, every visit to China and statistics on its products and verifiable travel logs clearly show far better management of Covid and persistently high levels of social and economic activity.

This US mismanagement of Covid – despite WHO’s warnings and forums to the world and information from China and Europe from January 2020 (detailed WHO schedules on WHO website) and from US intelligence reports themselves from 2019 – will be approached with the guilt of China. This poor response to the pandemic was due to concerns of Trump and anti-science US voters about individual freedoms, which escalated them to illogical levels, did not believe in masks or distanced themselves and instead sought scapegoats. The massive death toll in India was partly due to the US blocking vaccinations or raw materials, as well as decisions by the Indian government.

America just wants the world to focus on China – another trick to distracting its domestic audience from its own incompetence about Covid to distract the world audience from the abuses and mistakes of the US rather than working together on solutions and helping others. China supported 150 countries while the US blocked vaccines and raw materials from the world during critical months.

The US has a history of not learning from and dealing with its mistakes by blaming others or them raided.

China has already opened its facilities for exams. What’s stopping the US from following suit?

Jan Albert Suing has conducted policy research for both the public and private sectors, with some of his work published in Population Aging in the PH: Issues and Challenges; and “Towards an ASEAN Parliament: Challenges and Perspectives.” He taught at Far Eastern University and received his Masters in International Studies from UP Diliman.

New Worlds by IDSI (Integrated Development Studies Institute) aims to present frameworks based on a balance between economic theory and historical realities based, establish success in real companies and communities and establish the pursuit of common good, culture and spirituality ([email protected]).

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