Lockdowns Pandemic

A plague on both our houses

Whatever we may discover about the true origins of SARS-CoV-2, the World Health Organization investigation has revealed a habit in modern scientific research of risking a biological catastrophe, that ought to be a matter of public concern.

By Norman Doidge

The WHO investigation went well for the Chinese government, and they made sure it did: It was delayed for a year, during which time viral evidence and witnesses disappeared. It only lasted two weeks (the committee was in quarantine two weeks), only several hours were spent in the lab in question, asking questions, not looking at samples or doing forensics, and the itinerary was controlled by the Chinese Communist Party, as, for that matter, was the committee composition, which included 17 Chinese members. “International members” included the very high profile researcher Peter Daszak, who himself closely collaborated with, and passed funding to, the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV), and who was thus basically investigating and absolving himself. He praised those there for allowing a “Frank, open discussion.”

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