“What Really Happened In Wuhan” is her new book and we cannot wait to crack that bad boy open. At long last, we are finally going to receive the real story about everything that took place in China. The book is set for publishing this September and will be released by the good folks at Harper Collins.
An exclusive story has now been published and it is based on the information provided in the book. According to her, our nation’s State Department uncovered an explosive 2015 document in which Chinese military scientists are said to have been discussing the weaponizing of various viruses. Their goal was to cripple the health care systems of their many enemies.
— The Australian (@australian) May 7, 2021
In the document, SARS coronavirus is mentioned explicitly. “EXCLUSIVE: Chinese military scientists discussed the weaponization of SARS coronaviruses five years before the COVID-19 pandemic,” the Australian shared in their tweet about the story. This is definitely one way to make sure that the people read this important story.
Even if you do not have a subscription to the Australian, we are more than happy to share excerpts with you. The Daily Mail was kind enough to zero in on the most important parts of the piece and now we are more than happy to do the same favor. Let’s take a closer look at their story, which came out over the weekend.
“Chinese scientists have been preparing for a Third World War fought with biological and genetic weapons including coronavirus for the last six years, according to a document obtained by US investigators…
The dossier by People’s Liberation Army scientists and health officials, details of which were reported in The Australian, examined the manipulation of diseases to make weapons ‘in a way never seen before’…
The document, New Species of Man-Made Viruses as Genetic Bioweapons, says: ‘Following developments in other scientific fields, there have been major advances in the delivery of biological agents,” says the author.
Markson also made a Sky News appearance to discuss other aspects of her story. There is a major caveat being provided here. She says that she does not have proof that the Chinese released the virus in a purposeful way. In her exact words, there is “no suggestion it was an intentional release.”
In Markson’s mind, the real value to her report is that it provides us with a much-needed window into the thought process of these scientists. The report has a total number of 18 authors but Markson is not a fringe figure here by any stretch of the imagination. The lead author is also a very crucial figure, as Markson explains.
“The editor and chief of the paper, Xu Deshong, was the leader of the SARS epidemic analysis expert group under the Chinese Ministry of Health,” she said. “He reported to the top leadership of the Chinese military commission and the health ministry during the 2003 SARS crisis. He briefed them 24 times. He also prepared three reports for the general office of the communist party’s central committee and the general office of the state council. He gave two big interviews on Chinese state TV and appeared in six news articles,” Markson continued.
In other words, this is not some nut job conspiracy theorist crackpot. In the meantime, the Chinese government seems content to downplay the role that their wet markets played in the release of the virus. The wildlife trade there is very important to them. Near as we can tell, the Chinese scientists were clearly working on this behind the scenes and they need to get their “accidental lab leak” excuse ready now.