UPDATE 09. June 2021: India Sues WHO over Covid Information Supression

UPDATE 06. June 2021: AND MORE THAN A YEAR LATER: Trump Says US, World Should Demand Pandemic Reparations From CCP 


See the source imageBy SHAD OLSON - 05. April 2020

On January 13th, this outlet became the first American source to identify the Wuhan BSL-4 laboratory, home to China’s bioweapons research and development facility, as the likely source for the outbreak of a novel SARS-coronavirus pathogen with resemblant characteristics of a cooperative U.S.-Chinese, gain of function study to create a “Super Sars” virus with enhanced transmissibility via an altered surface protein and the incorporated bonding and replication artifacts of HIV.

Now, after leading world in early genomic analysis and research tracing the COVID-19 virus to already published scientific works by Wuhan researchers and alumni, the nation of India becomes the first to formally launch litigation for establishment of liability and recouping of damages from the nation of China for a crime against humanity and an actionable damaging event against the world economy.

In the interim five months since the viral outbreak in Wuhan began with the infection of PATIENT ZERO, November 28, 2019 and their subsequent presentation for treatment on December 1, 2020 and death, December 3, China’s vast, monied and multi-pronged disinformation apparatus (with considerable help from Google and the list of usual, anti-American, Pro-China suspects in big tech) has been hard at work attempting to erase any Chinese scientific culpability for the COVID-19 outbreak, asserting and republishing fake news articles about the finished COVID-19 virus originating in the United States and even alleging an American germological attack on their nation, rhetoric that may very well be activating pretext for subsequent similar strikes in an all out war against the United States.

While these alternate narratives, including the initial “bat soup from wet market” synopsis may be distracting and even convincing to an uninitiated and largely unsophisticated public, independent scientific armatures and the world intelligence community have already arrived at the conclusion that the virus DID originate at the Wuhan lab and that China at the very least is guilty of negligent handling of a deadly pathogen that has now birthed a global pandemic and ancillary economic depression, and at worst, is guilty of a deliberate release to achieve a multifaceted global reset Beijing believes is their best way forward to global dominance against the populist resurgence sweeping the west. In short, China is guilty either of global manslaughter, or first degree murder in what could only rightly be seen as an act of war.

This stark reality comprises the information and conclusions of U.S. intelligence sources that have already briefed U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee members with their findings, obliterating the “wet market” fable that leading Chinese virologist Botao Xiao debunked within days of the pneumonia clustering in Wuhan and the death of patient zero, believed to be Huang Wanlin, a Wuhan Institute of Microbiology researcher infected, killed and cremated in the early stages of China’s COVID-19 coverup.

In late January, Xiao wrote:

We screened the area around the seafood market and identified two laboratories conducting research on bat coronavirus. Within ~ 280 meters from the market, there was the Wuhan Center for Disease Control & Prevention. WHCDC hosted animals in laboratories for research purpose, one of which was specialized in pathogens collection and identification. In one of their studies, 155 bats including Rhinolophus affinis were captured in Hubei province, and other 450 bats were captured in Zhejiang province. The expert in Collection was noted in the Author Contributions (JHT). Moreover, he was broadcasted for collecting viruses on nation-wide newspapers and websites in 2017 and 2019. He described that he was once by attacked by bats and the blood of a bat shot on his skin. He knew the extreme danger of the infection so he quarantined himself for 14 days. In another accident, he quarantined himself again because bats peed on him.

Surgery was performed on the caged animals and the tissue samples were collected for DNA and RNA extraction and sequencing. The tissue samples and contaminated trashes were source of pathogens. They were only ~280 meters from the seafood market. The WHCDC was also adjacent to the Union Hospital (Figure 1, bottom) where the first group of doctors were infected during this epidemic. It is plausible that the virus leaked around and some of them contaminated the initial patients in this epidemic, though solid proofs are needed in future study.

The second laboratory was ~12 kilometers from the seafood market and belonged to Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences . . .

In summary, somebody was entangled with the evolution of 2019-nCoV coronavirus. In addition to origins of natural recombination and intermediate host, the killer coronavirus probably originated from a laboratory in Wuhan. Safety level may need to be reinforced in high risk biohazardous laboratories. Regulations may be taken to relocate these laboratories far away from city center and other densely populated places.

Now, the nation of India becomes the first to formally launch litigation for establishment of liability and recouping of damages from the nation of China for a crime against humanity and an actionable damaging event against the world economy.

The lawsuit filed with the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland names the People’s Republic of China, the People’s Liberation Army of China, and the Wuhan Institute of Virology as codefendants in the action and names PLA Chief of Joint Staff, General Li Zuocheng and Dr. Yanyi Wang, the Director General of China’s bioweapons research facility as individual codefendants.

From the filing:

“In this case, the Chinese government, by not issuing prompt health warnings regarding the potential outbreak of the COVID-19 inspite of facts being apparent and hazard looming large, and on hiding information of the same from the general public as well as health authorities within its administration, is responsible for the global outbreak of this pandemic and the Chinese government has failed to address prevention, treatment and control of epidemic of covid-19 within its territory and to the rest of the world.

Further, the Chinese government has failed to create a proper mechanism to deal with the epidemic and alert the concerned authorities (ex. The WHO) to be able to handle the epidemic properly and ensure proper medical service and attention is provided to the infected persons. The Chinese government has deliberately misled the WHO in their disclosure relating to the deadly Covid-19 virus, in order to ensure the rest of the world is not prepared to handle the virus leading collapse of the world economy.”

Transcript of the actual document as filed with India’s legal action library at WWW.LIVELAW.IN


Below are the events leading to the pandemic COVID-19 :


On December 1, 2019, the first patient was identified with symptoms of “pneumonia like illness” who allegedly had exposure to Wuhan market

in China. Five days after the illness, his 53-year-old wife who had no known history of exposure to the market also presented with

“pneumonia like illness” and was hospitalized in the isolation ward.


Gradually, hospitals in the Wuhan witnessed an exponential increase in the number of these cases complaining of symptoms of

“pneumonia like illness”


On December 25, 2019, Chinese medical staff in two hospitals in Wuhan were suspected of similar disease and were quarantined.


Doctor Li Wenliang, who worked at the Hospital in Wuhan, warned a group of other doctors about a possible outbreak of an illness that resembled “Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)”. He urged them to take protective measures against infection.


However, on December 31, 2019, the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission declared that their investigation has not found any obvious human-to-human transmission and no medical staff infection has been found in their investigation.


Subsequently, in the beginning of January 2020, summons was issued to Doctor Li Wenliang by the Wuhan Public Security Bureau, accusing the doctor of “spreading rumours about a deadly virus” and as per reports on January 3, 2020, Doctor Li Wenliang had signed a statement at a police station acknowledging his “misdemeanour” and promising not to commit further “unlawful acts.” The doctor, however, succumbed to the deadly COVID-19 and recently the Chinese government has apologized to the family of the doctor.


The Wuhan Municipal Health Commission reiterated their stand and released another statement, ruling out the possibility that this was a recurrence of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) virus – an illness that originated in China and killed more than 770 people worldwide in 2002-2003.


On January 7, 2020, going against their earlier findings, the officials announced that they had identified a new virus, as per the reports of WHO. The Novel Coronavirus was named 2019-nCoV and was identified as belonging to the Coronavirus family, which includes SARS and the common cold.


By then, as many 59 people in the central city of Wuhan were found critical with symptoms of identified Novel Coronovirus, as per a report by

The New York Times dated January 6, 2020, and the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention issued a Level-1 travel watch. It advised travellers to Wuhan to avoid contact with ‘living or dead animals, animal markets, and sick people‟


On January 8, 2020, Chinese medical authorities claimed to have identified the virus, reiterating that it still found “no clear evidence of human-to-human transfer”.


On January 11, 2020, the Wuhan City Health Commission released Q&A sheet emphasizing that most of the unexplained viral pneumonia cases in Wuhan have a history of exposure to the South China seafood market and “no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission has been found.”


On January 13, 2020, the first case of Novel Coronavirus was reported outside China involving a 61-year-old Chinese woman in Thailand, who had visited Wuhan earlier. However, Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health, said the woman had not visited the Wuhan seafood market and had come down with a fever on January 5, 2020.


On January 14, 2020, the World Health Organization, in its report stated: “Preliminary investigations conducted by the Chinese authorities have found no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission of the Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) identified in Wuhan, China.”



India Sues WHO over Covid Information Supression

Jun 09, 2021


India has said that the WHO kept lifesaving information from them at the outset of the pandemic


Trump Says US, World Should Demand Pandemic Reparations From CCP

By IVAN PENTCHOUKOV - 06. June 2021

Former President Donald Trump said on June 5 that the United States and the world should demand pandemic reparations from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), and urged the Biden administration to raise tariffs on Chinese goods to 100 percent.

Former President Donald Trump addresses the NCGOP state convention in Greenville, North Carolina, on June 5, 2021. (Melissa Sue Gerrits/Getty Images)

Former President Donald Trump addresses the NCGOP state convention in Greenville, North Carolina, on June 5, 2021. (Melissa Sue Gerrits/Getty Images)

The former president made the remarks at the annual state Republican Party convention in Greenville, North Carolina.

“The time has come for America and the world to demand reparations and accountability from the Communist Party of China. We should all declare within one unified voice that China must pay. They must pay,” Trump said. “The United States should immediately take steps to phase in a firm 100 percent tariff on all goods made in China.”

The CCP contributed to the COVID-19 pandemic by failing to notify global health authorities of the outbreak in Wuhan, China. The regime had locked down the megacity internally but allowed international flight in and out of its airports. COVID-19 is the disease caused by the CCP virus.

“Last year, China inflicted an estimated $16 trillion of economic damage onto the United States with a virus that I call the China Virus because I want to be accurate, that claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands of our fellow citizens,” the former president said.

Trump said that the pandemic changed his trade deal he was negotiating with China. At the time, his administration levied significant tariffs on Chinese goods and the CCP responded with tariffs of its own. The administration of President Joe Biden has kept the tariffs in place. Trump noted that “billions and billions of dollars is pouring in” as a result.

“This is the first time in a long time I’ve even mentioned the trade deal,” Trump said. “It’s really been very beneficial. But it’s so tiny compared to the devastation that’s been caused. We should reinvest 100 percent of all of that money that we collect from tariffs to help bring back jobs and factories from China and other places back to America and back to the great state of North Carolina where they belong.”

While rolling back many of Trump’s policies, the Biden administration has largely kept in place the tariffs and other measures imposed by his predecessor.

The speech in Greenville marked the second major public appearance by Trump since he left the White House in January. The former president has committed to remaining active in politics and hinted at another presidential run in 2024.