China: Expert discusses SARS document from 2015
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The Aussie news channel claimed on Sunday to have uncovered documents which prove the Chinese government were planning on weaponising coronaviruses. Anchor Sharri Markson analysed the “chilling” details from a document produced by Chinese military scientists, in which they discussed weaponising SARS coronaviruses five years before the COVID-19 pandemic hit. The host claimed the document outlines the effectiveness of using manmade bugs in warzones which result in catastrophic consequences.
The document, who’s scary title is: “The Unnatural Origin of SARS and New Species of Man-Made Viruses as Genetic Bioweapons’ is claimed to have been written over five years ago in 2015 by China’s People’s Liberation Army scientists and senior Chinese public health officials.
One of the authors of the document is the former Deputy Director of China’s Bureau of Epidemic Prevention, Lee Feng, while the editor in chief of the paper is Xu Dezhong, who was the leader of the SARS Epidemic Analysis Expert Group under the Chinese Ministry of Health.
According to anchor Sharri Markson, Dezhong repeatedly briefed and produced documents for the Chinese govenrment throughout the 2003 SARS crisis, whil Feng is also closely tied to the government.
One section of the book reads: “For example, the new-found ability to freeze-dry micro-organisms has made it possible to store biological agents and aerosol them during attacks.”
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It goes on to say: “Bioweapon attacks are best conducted during dawn, dusk, night or cloudy weather because intense sunlight can damage the pathogens.”
But in a deeply disturbing paragraph, the document reads: “Major impacts include enormous burden on healthcare system. Biological weapon attacks have a much-prolonged effect than conventional attacks like explosion. It may also carry highlight contagious diseases that can be transmitted through various means.
“Biological weapons will not only cause widespread morbidity and mass casualties, but also induce formidable psychological pressure that could affect combat effectiveness.”
The document continued and became darker in it’s plans to cause as much destruction as possible.
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The document continued by stating: “Just like other disasters, people will live under fear of attacks for a considerable period of time after an attack, causing brief or lasting psychological impairment among some.”
But the Sky News Australia host stressed to viewers that the document is unlikely to be linked to Covid-19.
Ms Markson said: “To be clear … while intelligence agencies suspect, and they’ve been investigating this since early last year, that COVID-19 may be the result of an accidental leak from a Wuhan lab, there is no suggestion it was an intentional release.”
She added: “The significance of this paper is that it offers a rare insight into how senior scientists at one of the PLA’s most prominent military universities, where high levels of defence research were conducted, were thinking about biological research.”
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A US Navy vessel has seized an illicit shipment of weapons from a stateless dhow in the international water of the North Arabian Sea.
The shipment of Russian and Chinese made weaponry was seized by the US guided-missile cruiser USS Monterey on May 6-7, 2021, Monterey used the US Coast Guard Advanced Interdiction Team (AIT) to board the dhow.
The illicit cargo of weaponry included dozens of advanced Russian-made anti-tank guided missiles, thousands of Chinese Type 56 assault rifles, and hundreds of PKM machine guns, sniper rifles and rocket-propelled grenades launchers. Other weapons onboard the dhow included advanced optical sights for military use.
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