Chinese Communist Party preparing biological weapons, experimenting with coronaviruses
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been plotting to launch World War Three for the past six years by preparing genetic and biological weapons, including coronaviruses, U.S. investigators have found.
Scientists in China have been experimenting with the military potential of SARS coronaviruses since 2015, American intelligence agencies discovered.
The plot was exposed in a document obtained by officials in the United States.
The dossier by the CCP’s People’s Liberation Army has raised fresh fears over the true cause of COVID-19.
The document reportedly reveals that Communist China’s scientists and health officials examined the manipulation of diseases to make weapons “in a way never seen before.”
The disturbing discovery has triggered major concerns from governments around the world.
British Conservative Party MP Tom Tugendhat, chairman of the foreign affairs committee, said the plot has prompted serious fears about what China has been planning.
“This document raises major concerns about the ambitions of some of those who advise the top party leadership,” Tugendhat said.
“Even under the tightest controls, these weapons are dangerous.”
Chemical weapons expert Hamish de Bretton-Gordon suggested that the CCP’s actions around the pandemic amount to a cover-up.
“China has thwarted all attempts to regulate and police its laboratories where such experimentation may have taken place,” he said.
The revelation was revealed in a bombshell report in The Australian.
The document, New Species of Man-Made Viruses as Genetic Bioweapons, details experiments by Chinese scientists.
“The new-found ability to freeze-dry micro-organisms has made it possible to store biological agents and aerosolise them during attacks,” the dossier reads.
It has 18 authors who were working at “high-risk” Chinese labs, analysts say.
Intelligence agencies have long suspected that COVID-19 may be the result of an inadvertent Wuhan lab leak.
However, there is no evidence to suggest it was intentionally released, as yet.
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