The Origins of the Corona Virus
The original story about the corona virus was that it broke out at a seafood market in Wuhan. However the SARS-CoV-2 virus is most closely related to bats which are not sold at this market at all. Even an article of the Guardian about SARS-CoV-2 confirms the virus did not originate on the market and that its origins were still unknown. The bat colonies the virus stems from are in deed far away from Wuhan.
The most you need to know about SARS-CoV-2 can be found in an article from Politico. Furthermore we have translated the abstract of a study of Prof. Dr. Roland Wiesendanger a German nano-scientist and professor at the university of Hamburg who came to the conclusion that a labaratory accident in the province of Wuhan would be highly probable.
- In contrast to earlier coronavirus-related epidemics such as SARS and MERS, until today, well over a year after the outbreak of the current pandemic, no intermediate host animal can be identified which could have enabled the transmission of SARS-CoV-2 pathogens from bats to humans. The zoonosis theory as a possible explanation for the pandemic therefore has no sound scientific basis.
- The SARS-CoV-2 viruses can couple surprisingly well to human cell receptors and penetrate human cells. This is made possible by special cell receptor binding domains connected to a special (furin) cleavage site of the coronavirus spike protein. Both properties together were previously unknown in coronaviruses and indicate a non-natural origin of the SARS-CoV-2 pathogen.
- Bats were not offered at the suspected fish market in central Wuhan City. In the Wuhan City Virological Institute, however, there is one of the world's largest collections of bat pathogens, which originate from distant caves in southern Chinese provinces. It is extremely unlikely that bats would have made their way naturally to Wuhan from this distance of nearly 2,000 km and then triggered a worldwide pandemic in the immediate vicinity of this virological institute.
- A research group at the virological institute in the city of Wuhan has carried out genetic manipulations on coronaviruses for many years with the aim of making them more contagious, dangerous and deadly for humans. This is proven by numerous publications in the scientific literature (“gain-of-function research”).
- There were significant safety deficiencies in the virological institute in the city of Wuhan even before the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, which are documented.
- There are numerous direct indications of a laboratory origin for the SARS-CoV-2 pathogen. A young scientist from the virological institute in Wuhan is said to be the first to be infected. There are also numerous indications that the SARS-CoV-2 pathogen spread from the virological institute in the city of Wuhan and beyond as early as October 2019. There are also indications of a corresponding investigation by the Chinese authorities by the virological institute in the first half of October 2019.