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by dulan drift, Friday, July 17, 2020, 08:53 (138 days ago) @ dulan drift

Recently a new 'investigation team' of 'scientific experts' embarked on a trip to China.

Here's the thing - the names of the 'experts' have been kept secret.

All we know is that they are Geneva-based, there are two of them, an epidemiologist and a zoologist, and it's an advance party.

The last WHO mission to China was led by Bruce Aylward, a Canadian epidemiologist, famous for the car-crash interview about Taiwan with a HK reporter. He came back with a glowing report about China's response and transparency.

The talk surrounding the investigation suggests the focus will be on finding a wildlife scapegoat.
According to Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus:
“The mission objective is to advance the understanding of animal hosts for COVID-19 and ascertain how the disease jumped between animals and humans.” That sounds like they've got a predetermined discourse in mind.

For what it's worth, here's what i think that narrative will be:

1. Natural origins from bat which may include intermediary species.

2. Original infections occurred in Southern China (possibly Yunnan) then infected person travelled to Wuhan - or- original infection occurred in Hubei province when person ate intermediary species.

3. If from Yunnan, some story about why it didn't take off in Yunnan first or anywhere along the route from Yunnan to Wuhan.

4. No evidence that it leaked from a Wuhan lab.

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