Covid-19, Manmade By Brian Simpson
Here is more material about the thesis that Covid-19 is manmade. And if it is, the obvious question is; who made it? And the obvious answer is likely those in the place where we found it. China, that’s right!
“The explanations of COVID-19's origins by mainstream media simply do not add up and scientists are increasingly speaking out about this. Many experts theorize that the virus is manmade and was synthesized in a laboratory because the peculiarities of the virus' genome that make it so transmittable could not have occurred in nature. Experts who suspect COVID-19 has lab origins have strong evidence on their side. Research between the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to increase the infectivity and deadliness of a SARS-like coronavirus has indeed been conducted. The coronavirus experimental collaborations, called "gain-of-function" (GOF) research, were curtailed by the U.S. between 2014 and 2018 because of their obvious risks, but in 2017 the NIH announced the research would be resumed. Scientists willing to challenge the mainstream explanations of COVID-19's origin face a backlash from their colleagues and scientific associations and have even been dismissed as "conspiracy theorists." However, a new voice has been added to the body of scientific dissenters that will likely add to the credibility of their COVID-19 viewpoints. French virologist Luc Antoine Montagnier, who was awarded a Nobel prize in Physiology in 2008 along with Françoise Barré-Sinoussi and Harald zur Hausen for discovering of the HIV virus, has now spoken out. Montagnier was a researcher at the prestigious Pasteur Institute in Paris.
COVID-19 Was Manmade, Says Nobel Laureate
Many in the scientific community were shocked when the acclaimed Luc Antoine Montagnier appeared on the French cable TV show, CNews, on April 17, 2020 to say that the virus that causes COVID-19 is manmade and that elements of HIV and Plasmodium falciparum, a parasite that causes malaria, are found in the coronavirus's genome. Montagnier said: "We were not the first since a group of Indian researchers tried to publish a study which showed that the complete genome of this coronavirus [has] sequences of another virus, which is HIV." The research that Montagnier refers to was posted on the science website Biorxiv January 31, 2020, and has since been withdrawn. The researchers wrote: "We found 4 insertions in the spike glycoprotein (S) which are unique to the 2019-nCoV and are not present in other coronaviruses. Importantly, amino acid residues in all the 4 inserts have identity or similarity to those in the HIV-1 gp120 or HIV-1 Gag ... The finding of 4 unique inserts in the 2019-nCoV, all of which have identity /similarity to amino acid residues in key structural proteins of HIV-1 is unlikely to be fortuitous in nature."
COVID-19 Derives From a Failed HIV Vaccine, Says Montagnier
In a separate appearance on the French podcast Pourquoi Docteur, also April 17, Montagnier said the coronavirus had escaped in an "industrial accident" while Chinese scientists at the Wuhan city laboratory were trying to develop a vaccine against HIV.10 "In order to insert an HIV sequence into this genome, molecular tools are needed, and that can only be done in a laboratory," said Montagnier. Montagnier also said he believes that the pandemic will naturally extinguish itself because of its synthetic origins: "Nature does not accept any molecular tinkering, it will eliminate these unnatural changes and even if nothing is done, things will get better, but unfortunately after many deaths." According to the website Corvelva, Montagnier said on the podcast that the pandemic would peter out because nature would override the synthetically inserted sequences that make COVID-19 so deadly: "With the help of interfering waves, we could eliminate these sequences ... and consequently stop the pandemic. But it would take many means available." Montagnier says he reached his conclusions, "With my colleague, biomathematician Jean-Claude Perez," after they "carefully analyzed the description of the genome of this RNA virus."14 Montagnier's partner, Perez, is a French interdisciplinary scientist and biomathematics expert. According to an online bio, Perez has proved that DNA coding for genes is structured by proportions related to Fibonacci numbers, which are formulas in mathematics that are sometimes called "nature's secret code."
In a paper Montagnier and Perez published on the Center for Open Science in April 2020, they write: "Using our proprietary bio-mathematic approach we are able to evaluate the level of cohesion and organization of a genome; ... we then searched in this genome for possible traces of HIV or even SIV [related simian immunodeficiency virus]. A first publication reports the discovery of 6 HIV SIV RNA pieces." The HIV and SIV elements that Montagnier and Perez detect, called Exogenous Informative Elements, or EIEs, provide the basis of their theory that COVID-19 is not a simple derivative of SARS and bat-related viruses. They write: "A major part of these 16 EIE already existed in the first SARS genomes as early as 2003. However, we demonstrate how and why a new region including 4 HIV1 HIV2 Exogenous Informative Elements radically distinguishes all COVID-19 strains from all SARS and Bat strains ... ... a contiguous region representing 2.49% of the whole COVID-19 genome is 40.99% made up of 12 diverse EIE originating from various strains of HIV SIV retroviruses ...
a novel long region of around 225 nucleotides, appears to us to be totally new: this region is completely absent in ALL SARS genomes, whereas it is present and 100% homologous for all COVID-19 genomes listed in NCBI or GISAID COVID_19 genomic databases."
More About Montagnier and Perez's Theory
After in-depth sequencing of related genomes from many different countries, regions of countries and time periods using their proprietary biomathematic approach, Montagnier and Perez say their research enabled them to: "… demonstrate how and why a new region including 4 HIV/SIV EIE radically distinguishes all COVID- 19 strains from all SARS and Bat strains." They also find the presence of plasmodium yoelii in the COVID-19 genome, a parasite used in studies of "mice vaccine strategies." This is another EIE not originally in the SARS and bat-related viruses, say Montagnier and Perez.21 "An analysis of amino acid homologies confirms the very probable insertion of this EIE [plasmodium yoelii] in COVID-19." As they decode the genomes of myriad COIVID-19 "relatives" in their research paper, Montagnier and Perez detect mutations in which the viruses seem to be trying to "rid" themselves of the exogenous EIEs, which the researchers believe were inserted deliberately. The virus mutations seem to verify Montagnier's Pourquoi Docteur podcast predictions about how nature will eliminate "unnatural changes" — the reason he is hopeful the pandemic will come to a natural ending.
Other Researchers Agree With Montagnier and Perez
Since Montagnier's comments to French media, other researchers have agreed that COVID-19 appears manmade, with insertions that hint at lab construction. In June 2020, research published in the Quarterly Review of Biophysics makes similar claims. Norwegian scientist Birger Sørensen and British oncologist Angus Dalgleish refer to COVID-19 as a "chimeric virus" and write: "We show the non-receptor dependent phagocytic general method of action to be specifically related to cumulative charge from inserted sections placed on the SARS-CoV-2 Spike surface in positions to bind efficiently by salt bridge formations; and from blasting the Spike we display the non human-like epitopes from which Biovacc-19 has been down-selected." While conceding the Quarterly Review of Biophysics assertions were controversial, the scientific website Minerva wrote that the science should be pursued. "Minerva has read a draft of the article, and has after an overall assessment decided that the findings and arguments do deserve public debate, and that this discussion cannot depend entirely on the publication process of scientific journals." Like Montagnier, Sørensen's background is HIV research work and he launched a new immunotherapy for HIV in 2008 that was acclaimed. In an interview with Minerva about his recent contentious research, he says: "We have examined which components of the virus are especially well suited to attach themselves to cells in humans. And we have done this by comparing the properties of the virus with human genetics. What we found was that this virus was exceptionally well adjusted to infect humans ... So well that it was suspicious."
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