The Greatest Depression in the history of mankind has begun. It will destroy civilization as we know it. Financial collapse will knock down the Euro-American Imperium. War will sweep the globe (and yes, it is a globe), killing millions. Starvation and disease will kill even more. And from the rubble, the Man of Fierce Countenance (aka, the Antichrist) will rise to impose a far more efficient New World Order than we have now, and stamp it with his own special Mark.
But, how did we get here?
How did we get stuck in such an insane rush towards Apocalypse?
Well, it starts with the tragic tale of a young woman name Huang YanLing.
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How We Got Here, Part 1: The Tragic Tale of Huang YanLing and COVID-19
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The tragic death of a young woman, and the coverup of her death, is at the core of this story. But, talking about just that fateful moment in time, would be doing ourselves a disservice. To see the real beginning of our story and the pandemic it caused, we must go back to the beginning.
And, It starts with fear.
The 2002-2004 SARS outbreak that began in China’s Guangdong province caught the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) completely by surprise. Then, as now, the local government suppressed the information. But, when word of this outbreak reached Beijing, the CCP stepped in with its own efforts at information suppression. They didn’t warn the international community. They didn’t even warn their own people. And, the virus swept through China and into the rest of Asia for months, before Beijing changed their strategy.
From November 2002 until April of 2003, the CCP did their very best to suppress any and all information about the SARS outbreak. Only when international criticism got too hot for them, did they start to open up about what was really happening. By then, it was too late to stop the backlash, both inside China and internationally.
Such ‘loss of face’ is a big deal in China, with much greater ramifications than similar events in other countries. Hu Jintao had just taken over as head of the CCP from Jiang Zemin (aka, the toad). It was an inauspicious start for Hu, and many would have seen this as something less than the ‘mandate of heaven’. The Chinese Communist Party is only as strong as its appearance of strength in the eyes of the average Chinese, and the failure to contain SARS was a visible sign of weakness.
Dr. Shi Zhengli – The Bat Woman
So, the CCP sent a team of scientists to track down the source of the SARS virus and even invited international help. One of the Chinese scientists on that team was this woman, Shi Zhengli.
She had just received her PhD from Université Montpellier 2, in France, in 2000, and now she was hunting for a virus in Guangdong.
At the same time that Dr. Shi and her colleagues were hunting for SARS, China was negotiating with France to help them build their first Biosafety Level Four (BSL-4) laboratory in China, in Wuhan, at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV). They began building the lab in 2005 and completed it in 2015. That’s an important date, so try to remember it. We’ll be talking about its significance, later.
But, back to the search for SARS in Guangdong…
In 2003, they discovered the SARS coronavirus in Masked Palm Civets in those wet markets in Guangdong that sold live animals that would be used for food. Unfortunately, if you know how the Chinese in Guangdong often cook such animals, you would understand how the virus jumped from Civets to humans. Boiling an animal alive is evil. And yes, that is exactly what they like to do. They claim that the meat tastes better if the animal suffers terribly as it dies. I was horrified to find this out, and now you get to be horrified too.
After looking closely at the virus found in the civets, they discovered that SARS could not have originated with the civet. So, they looked further and discovered in 2005 that it originated in bats. And, it took another 12 years to discover which bats, and the caves where they came from. That 12 year search earned Shi Zhengli the nickname ‘Bat Woman’.
Who were the culprits?
photo credit: nature.com and
Libiao Zhang/Guangdong Institute of Applied Biological Resource
That is the Chinese rufous horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus sinicus) , and as you can see, they are not the prettiest of God’s creatures. I’d rather have a cat than a bat, any day. But, there’s a problem with the coronavirus that they found in these bats.
It came all the way from Yunnan province, more than 600 miles away from Guangdong province. And, we still aren’t sure how SARS was able to travel that far without infecting humans along the way. But, that’s less important than what else they found.
Here’s a quote from Nature.com in 2017 that is more than a little chilling:
Cui and Shi are searching for other bat populations that could have produced strains capable of infecting humans. The researchers have now isolated some 300 bat coronavirus sequences, most not yet published, with which they will continue to monitor the virus’s evolution.
And they warn that a deadly outbreak could emerge again: the cave where the elements of SARS were found is just 1 kilometre from the nearest village, and genetic mixing among the viral strains is fast. “The risk of spillover into people and emergence of a disease similar to SARS is possible,” the authors write in their paper.
– from: Bat cave solves mystery of deadly SARS virus — and suggests new outbreak could occur, Dec 1, 2017
They found more than three hundred strains of the coronavirus in the bats of southern China. That’s a lot of coronavirus, and a lot of risk. And, their warning of a ‘risk of spillover into people’ was more than justified. Unfortunately, the current ‘spillover’ appears to have come to us via a lab accident, but I’m getting ahead of myself.
The above quote from Nature.com was literally two years before the Wuhan Coronavirus pandemic started. But, that’s 2017. We need to roll back the clock a bit to see another key event that was happening three years earlier, in 2014.
Gain Of Function (GOF) Research
The following sentence is from Dr. Shi Zhengli’s Wikipedia page:
In 2014, Shi Zhengli was involved in bat coronavirus gain-of-function experiments led by Ralph S. Baric of University of North Carolina, finding that SARS had the potential to re-emerge from coronaviruses circulating in bat populations in the wild.
That research led to this discovery:
That was really great to know, since it helps us understand where the next outbreak could occur. But, there’s a problem. That discovery was the result of ‘Gain-of-Function’ (GOF) research.
What is Gain-of-Function research?
Here’s the definition:
Gain-of-function (GOF) research involves experimentation that aims or is expected to (and/or, perhaps, actually does) increase the transmissibility and/or virulence of pathogens. Such research, when conducted by responsible scientists, usually aims to improve understanding of disease causing agents, their interaction with human hosts, and/or their potential to cause pandemics. The ultimate objective of such research is to better inform public health and preparedness efforts and/or development of medical countermeasures.
Basically, the purpose is to increase the lethality of a virus or bacteria, to see how we can defend ourselves from it. It also helps us figure out how many mutation steps might be needed to make such a microbe so deadly, which might tell us how soon we might see a bad bug happen. In the case of the coronavirus that caused the Middle East respiratory syndrome, it was just two mutation steps. But, the dangers of Gain-of-Function research are high. Very high. So high, in fact, that Barack Obama banned US government funding for GOF research in 2014.
Now, do you remember the date for the completion of the BSL-4 lab for the Wuhan Institute of Virology?
With US government money cut off for Gain-of-Function research, it would have been natural for China to pick up where the US left off. After all, GOF research is exactly what Biosafety Level Four labs are built for, and China wanted to figure out how to deal with this SARS coronavirus. And, by 2017, they were getting results.
Inspired by their ability to mutate coronaviruses, Dr. Shi and her team of researchers started Gain-of-Function research in their own research lab in Wuhan. Dr. Shi had already been able to mutate a coronavirus to replicate the highly lethal MERS. Now, her team was going to work on mutating and analyzing these coronavirus strains to anticipate the next SARS outbreak.
An Appalling History Of Lab Accidents
Unfortunately, there’s a huge problem with the idea of Chinese scientists doing Gain-of-Function research in China. The research labs in China have an appalling history of making deadly mistakes. In April of 2004, a lab accident infected a postgrad student and a researcher, leading to a minor outbreak of SARS in Beijing. Then, a month later, a second lab accident led to another small outbreak of SARS in that same city.
China had sloppy lab safety, and that sloppiness carried right over to the new lab at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV). The US embassy in Beijing became concerned about what was going on in the lab in Wuhan, so they sent several science officials to the lab in 2018. What they saw deeply disturbed them – so much so, that they sent two urgent diplomatic cables to Washington, D.C. to sound the alarm. One of those cables stated the following:
“During interactions with scientists at the WIV laboratory, they noted the new lab has a serious shortage of appropriately trained technicians and investigators needed to safely operate this high-containment laboratory,”
– State Department cables warned of safety issues at Wuhan lab studying bat coronaviruses (from: The Washington Post)
The Tragic Death of Huang YanLing
The Biosafety Level Four Lab at the Wuhan Institute of Virology was an accident waiting to happen. And, more than a year later, I and many others believe that a lab accident at the WIV led to the infection of researchers and students. Many believe that this resulted in the tragic death of Huang YanLing of COVID-19, and a pandemic that sweeps the world.
How do we know?
Well I first heard about Huang YanLing, from someone that I had been following for years on YouTube. Matthew Tye (Laowhy86) and his friend Winston Sterzel (SerpentZA) had been living and reporting in China, offering a snapshot of life there that you don’t normally see. And, I particularly loved their collaboration called ADVChina. It was interesting. It was insightful. They had spent more than a decade in China, had Chinese wives, and were generally pleased with life in China – that is, until the CCP started putting heavy pressure on foreigners.
Eventually, they were forced to take their families and leave for the United States. When that happened, they were finally able to report on the darker side of China – something that they had been unable to do, while they were on the inside. And, one of the videos that came out recently, was this one:
That’s Matthew Tye, and he presents the most logical, factual and responsible explanation for the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic that I had heard to date. And, it focuses on the death and coverup of a young woman named Huang YanLing. We don’t know that much about her because all trace of her was scrubbed from the Chinese Internet. And, what we do know is available because of a very diligent search for her in early February.
Once people realized that she was missing, the news swept the Chinese Internet within days, and even made it to my favorite Taiwanese news station on February 16th:
Yup, Taiwan has a news station called TVBS. I love that name, since I consider most television to be… um …Bull Squat. They were also the station that my local doctor had on all the time, in his waiting room, and the number of horrifying traffic accidents that I saw on that channel made me feel good about not owning a car or scooter. You’re safe in Taiwan, as long as you don’t drive or cross the street.
Now, how do we know that Ms. Huang existed and worked at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV)?
Well, her name is on research reports coming out of the WIV, and the WIV never deletes ANYONE who has ever worked there. Everyone who has ever been named in a published report coming from the WIV, has their name, picture and bio on their website. No exceptions, except three:
I found those other two names, here:
The Trail Leading Back to the Wuhan Labs
I don’t know anything about the disappearance of Mr. Wang or Mr. Wei. But, they too might also have gotten infected and died. I just don’t know. But, they probably didn’t get as much traction in the media because… well …they’re guys. Attractive young women who disappear mysteriously will always have more dramatic value.
The Deadly Coverup
Now, when the search for Ms. Huang got a little too hot for the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV), they released a statement, claiming that Ms. Huang never got the virus and is alive and well in another province. They said that she left in 2015. Unfortunately, there’s a problem with their proclamation of innocence.
Here is Huang YanLing (inset, black boarder) with a group of researchers and students at the WIV. It was their New Year 2018 group photo:
Huang YanLing (inset), January 2018
Above the picture, it says that there were 6 lab researchers and 13 students. (Translation, courtesy of Mrs. Little!)
Was she one of the six researchers?
Did she go to work for WIV after she graduated in 2015?
Or, was she still a student, working on her PhD?
Was she both?
It certainly looks like it!
Then there are some interesting dates. On November 18, 2019, the WIV posted a job opening for ‘scientists to come research the relationship between the coronavirus and bats.’ And then, a month later, they posted another job opening that was similar, but more emphatic. That second posting was described like this:
“long-term research on the pathogenic biology of bats carrying important viruses has confirmed the origin of bats of major new human and livestock infectious diseases such as SARS and SADS, and a large number of new bat and rodent new viruses have been discovered and identified.”
They already had a large team working on that. So, it seems to make little sense that they would need new people, unless those job ‘slots’ had opened up in a rather tragic and deadly way.
Did Huang YanLing get infected and die in November?
Or, did she die in December?
Unfortunately, none of that is absolute proof. It is possible that Huang YanLing, Wang Mengyue and Wei Cuihua were ‘disappeared’ for completely different reasons. Maybe they knew too much. Maybe they died under different circumstances than the ones that we are considering. Again, I haven’t looked into Wang and Wei, so I can only speak about Ms. Huang.
Did she file a sexual harassment complaint against her boss?
Was she ‘suicided’?
Was her ‘disappearance’ due to something completely different, because she was being ‘black balled’?
That last one does happen a lot in China. For instance, if you become a Christian, they will often throw you out of school and/or your job, simply because you committed your life to Christ. But… I’m sorry …that just doesn’t add up. If she had ‘disappeared’ under such benign circumstances, the CCP would have quickly gotten pictures and video from her to quash these rumors that just won’t die. But, let’s try to keep an open mind.
Alternative Theory: The WHCDC
How else could this bat virus get from Guangdong to Wuhan in Hubei Provence?
There is another lab in Wuhan, working on bat coronaviruses. That lab is far less secure and is only a biosafety level 2 (BSL-2) laboratory, while the WIV is a BSL-4. The less-secure, BSL-2 lab is a part of the Wuhan Centres for Disease Prevention & Control (aka, WHCDC). That lab is only nine hundred feet from the Huanan Seafood Market – which was accused of being the source of the COVID-19 outbreak. Since it is a less secure facility, with staff at a lower level of skill and training, accidents are more likely to occur at the WHCDC than at the WIV. And, I find it ironic that a lot of alternative hoax media morons keep mixing up the WHCDC with the WIV.
Someone doing research into this topic created a rather detailed web page on github. The research page is titled:
Evidence SARS-CoV-2 Emerged From a Biological Laboratory in Wuhan, China
I stumbled onto that web page, long after I had started this article, and it is full of excellent, authoritative research. But, because it’s so good, China will try to find a way to have it taken down. Therefore, the authors have put their work into a zip file, and encouraged everyone to download it and share it everywhere. The link to the original archive file is here:
Since that web page will eventually be taken down, I have downloaded, renamed and placed the archive file here:
That archive file is version 7.6 of their report. Please let me know if newer versions pop up, and I will try to get the latest archive. But, let’s get back to what they said about the traveling distance to the Huanan Seafood Market.
Here are a couple of screenshots that they captured, of what they found on Google Maps:
WHCDC to Seafood Market
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WIV to Seafood Market
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(My notations in RED)
The ‘dangerous’ lab, at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV), is much farther away from the epicenter of the outbreak. Yet, the hysteria morons keep pointing to the ‘less dangerous’ lab at the Wuhan Centres for Disease Prevention & Control (WHCDC) and claiming that it’s THE BAD ONE. Sorry, but the WIV BSL-4 laboratory is almost nine miles away from the Huanan Seafood Market. An accident at the WIV would have had a harder time getting to the epicenter, than if that accident occurred at the WHCDC.
Does this destroy the idea that Huang YanLing is Patient Zero?
Yes, it might weaken the theory, but both labs were essentially working on the same project. We can imagine a lot of ‘cross-polination’ between them.
Were bats and virus samples being transferred back and forth between the labs?
Did Huang YanLing live nearby the WHCDC lab while working for the WIV?
Did she work in BOTH labs?
The problem is that we don’t have any reports or evidence pointing directly to the WHCDC. Furthermore, the WHCDC was not involved in ‘Gain-of-Function’ research, but the WIV certainly was. The WHCDC seems to have been isolating the viruses but not attempting to mutate them – while the WIV was the one making them more lethal.
Did a mutated virus accidentally go from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, to the WHCDC?
Did the accident that infected and killed Huang YanLing happen at the WHCDC?
Even though she was working for the WIV?
Where Is Huang YanLing?
Unfortunately, we have more questions than answers. But, there is one thing that I would like from the Chinese Communist Party, right now:
Where is Huang YanLing?
This is part one in a series that will hopefully explain how we got to where we are. This will be a journey of discovery that will help us understand where we are going. I believe that the deadliest era in human history has begun.
My hope is that you and I get through this with our ability to serve God intact.
I truly hope that you’ll be ready for this
A prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself: but the simple pass on, and are punished. – Proverbs 22:3
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