Pam Barker | Director of TLB Europe Reloaded Project
On the origins of the Covid-19 coronavirus we’ve published a fair amount, including the timeline of the outbreak. We remind readers of the suspicious cases of a slightly unusual lung condition, mimicking pulmonary fibrosis, in the US during the earlier part of 2019, about which a Taiwanese virologist alerted the CDC, only to receive a brush off. To our knowledge, no information has ever been forthcoming on Patient Zero in the US. Nor, again to our most recent knowledge, has a Patient Zero been discovered in Italy nor anywhere else.
On March 27, 2020 we published:
In relation to COVID-19, a Taiwanese virologist (pictured), as reported by Larry Romanoff for Global Research, is obviously a man who keeps his eyes peeled over such matters. On a Taiwanese television program (link) on February 27, he gave an in-depth explanation of the types of the virus located (five strains in all), which individually have been found in many different countries. From Romanoff’s piece,
The Virologist further stated that the US has recently had more than 200 “pulmonary fibrosis” cases that resulted in death due to patients’ inability to breathe, but whose conditions and symptoms could not be explained by pulmonary fibrosis. He said he wrote articles informing the US health authorities to consider seriously those deaths as resulting from the coronavirus, but they responded by blaming the deaths on e-cigarettes, then silenced further discussion. …
The Taiwanese doctor then stated the virus outbreak began earlier than assumed, saying, “We must look to September of 2019”.
He stated the case in September of 2019 where some Japanese traveled to Hawaii and returned home infected, people who had never been to China. This was two months prior to the infections in China and just after the CDC suddenly and totally shut down the Fort Detrick bio-weapons lab claiming the facilities were insufficient to prevent loss of pathogens. (10) (11)
He said he personally investigated those cases very carefully (as did the Japanese virologists who came to the same conclusion). This might indicate the coronavirus had already spread in the US but where the symptoms were being officially attributed to other diseases, and thus possibly masked.
It’s only in the US that all five strains can be found, according to the virologist and other researchers. China, for example, has been shown to have a different, more deadly strain to that found in both Taiwan and Korea. Italy and Iran have each been found to have different, independent strains, the Iranian being the most deadly. September 2019 is a logical time to look back to, given the infection Japanese tourists contracted in Hawaii. However, is that the earliest time the virus appeared?
In an interesting report for The Duran titled Coronavirus: The Plot Thickens, author Godfree Roberts constructs a timeline in which vaping was attributed as the source of unusual lung problems mimicking COVID-19 symptoms in the US as far back as April of last year (see the months of April and August):
April, 2019: An outbreak of severe vaping-associated lung illness is exclusively confined to the United States, despite the fact that the majority of vapers live outside the US.
July 3, 2019: The CDC halts research at Fort Detrick, citing “national security reasons” for not releasing information about its decision.
Jul 14, 2019: Chinese researcher escorted from infectious disease lab amid RCMP investigation. Public Health Agency of Canada describes it as a possible ‘policy breach,’ no risk to Canadian public. The first Chinese to discover or warn about the Covid-19 outbreak?
August, 2019: First Vaping Death Reported by Health Officials “Amid the lack of information, investigators scrambled to find shared links to the respiratory problems. Officials said earlier this week that many patients, most of whom were adolescents or young adults, had described difficulty breathing, chest pain, vomiting and fatigue,” the precise symptoms of Covid-19 infection.
When the Taiwanese virologist contacted the CDC about these 200 or so strange cases around August, which mimicked pulmonary fibrosis, the CDC put it down, implausibly, to a vaping disease, refusing to accept the coronavirus hypothesis.
Strange lung conditions were also noticed in July in a nursing home in Springfield VA within 50 miles of Fort Detrick. Further, athletes from many countries fell ill very quickly during training for the Wuhan Military Games starting on Oct 18, 2020, the same day as Event 201 was happening in New York. (COVID: Why We Need to Pay Very Close Attention to Those Wuhan Military Games) The Old Microbiologist noted how US athletes going to these games were rumoured to be not of the usual Olympic-level calibre. Other countries, too, noticed unusual lung conditions before the official timeline emerged allegedly with China, such as France and the UK. Further, a peer reviewed study from April, 2020 identified several different strains globally, locating the original ‘A’ strain on US soil, not Chinese, which has the ‘B’ strain according to their research.
It is a complex picture with, curiously, still no answers nor even an official investigation into the question of origins. Now, Italian researchers investigating people as part of a cancer study are confident the virus was active there no later than September according to subjects’ antibodies. Which corroborates the Taiwanese virologist’s hunch about cases appearing in the US during September.
Covid-19 Started in Italy, in September 2019, Not in China in December
“The first surge of positive cases was identified in September-October 2019. Evaluation of anti-SARS-CoV-2 functional NAbs identified positive samples in CPE-based microneutralization tests already collected in October 2019. Given the temporal delay between infection and antibody synthesis, these results indicate that the virus circulated in Italy well before the detection of the declared index patient in February 2020. In addition, most of the first antibody-positive individuals lived in regions where the pandemic started.”
But, regardless, any politician who calls covid-19 “the Wuhan virus” or “the China virus” is expressing that person’s agenda, instead of anything about reality, since the actual first case of this disease could have appeared anywhere.
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