One Health (General)

by dulan drift, Wednesday, July 14, 2021, 14:42 (447 days ago)

Yes, normal greed, power hungriness, and vanity motivates our celebrity scientists - but there’s also an ideological overlap with the CCP: they both love centralized, personalized bio-data.

They’ve seen the future (on our behalves) - this is what we need to keep us safe. We warned you about Covid - now we need to prepare for the ‘next Disease X’.
Common “logic and reason” tells you this approach will ‘save millions of lives’.

Which is precisely where empiricism (‘the science’) becomes illogical. This is why:

Global amassment of personalized bio/health-data, including DNA, opens the door to political abuse. That’s humans for you. Like it or not - it’s part of the equation. It will affect the outcome.

But there’s no evidence for that!

Sure there is. Easy to find. Search the words genomic surveillance Uyghurs - see how you go … (or keep reading - we’ll delve into that later…)

Yeah but we’re taking the politics out!

Even if you were, which you’re not, that’s an admission you’re ignoring an integral piece of the puzzle.

Politics is involved in global biosurveillance.

If you’re weighing the long term effects, and not taking this into account, then step down - coz your proceeding in an illogical manner - thereby making a horrible mistake with catastrophic humanity-shaping consequences...

The One Health Initiative makes for an interesting case-study in how the above plays out.

The One Health Initiative

by dulan drift, Wednesday, July 14, 2021, 14:48 (447 days ago) @ dulan drift

One Health Initiative website: The One Health Concept is .. a worldwide strategy for expanding interdisciplinary collaborations .. in health care for humans, animals and the environment.

The synergism achieved will advance health care for the 21st century and beyond by accelerating biomedical research discoveries.. (and) expeditiously expanding the scientific knowledge base .. (which will) save untold millions of lives in our present and future generations.

Great. Unless Covid was a lab-leak, in which case the "world-wide synergism of accelerated biomedical research collaborations and expeditious expanding” cost "untold millions of lives in our present and future generations."

But let’s not pre-judge. Let's take a closer look at a One Health Initiative scheme in action before we reach any conclusions.

GIDEON - W. Ian Lipkin

by dulan drift, Wednesday, July 14, 2021, 15:11 (447 days ago) @ dulan drift

A common-thread amongst our pro-CCP Celebrity Scientists is the ‘One Planet-One Health’ global bio-data-base evangelism.

For example, every chance Lipkin got in the crucial, embryonic Covid period - and he got a lot - he plugged GIDEON, a One Health initiative.

Lipkin: Every chance I get, I preach this - what we need is an international surveillance system, this is the future for us - (31:40) this is what will keep us secure on the planet - this is what we need.

An international surveillance security system? Sounds a bit creepy, Ian.

Lipkin: This program is called GIDEON - ...(31:55) - .. it’s an international integrated network where people share data and care for one another - to try to protect the world.

Ohr, so sweet.

Lipkin: It ensures that everybody employs a common database 1:06:05 and uploads their data so everybody can see it.

So a global health data-base where ‘everybody can see it’? Or you mean ‘everybody who's anybody’? Like your good self?

Private medical data is sensitive stuff to be ‘sharing’, Ian. You want to upload a whole globe’s worth onto one database? What about all the cyber-hacking of medical data? I think i'll pass - or let me guess - that's not allowed? Due to Covid.

Out of curiosity, though, who are these ‘everybody people’ in charge of surveilling/securing us again?

Lipkin (16:44): Lu Jia-hai, who's a professor at Sun Yat-sen University .. runs a large One Health program - it’s been funded for about 6 months by the Chinese Government, but doesn’t really have any support in the US. It’s called GIDEON - Global Infectious Disease Epidemiology Network. .. This is the future(31:40) - this is what we need.

Update: GIDEON (a play on the heroic Israelite, Gideon, from the bible?) is a One Health international surveillance system’ - to ‘keep us secure on the planet’ - ‘funded by the Chinese Government’.

I wonder if that's the same Chinese Government that is already using western bio-surveillance tech to oppress the Uyghurs, Tibetans and Hong Kongers?

GIDEON - W. Ian Lipkin

by dan, Wednesday, July 14, 2021, 15:23 (447 days ago) @ dulan drift

So a global health data-base where ‘everybody can see it’? Or you mean ‘everybody who's anybody’? Like your good self?

Exactly right. Those of us who are not in the club will certainly not be able to see it.

I wonder if that's the same Chinese Government that is already using western bio-surveillance tech to oppress the Uighurs and the Tibetans?

I don't quite understand. How can Lipkin, and everyone else cozying up to the CCP, square their medical ethics or presumptions with what's happening to the Uyghurs? Are they: 1) subconsciously ignoring that reality so they can enjoy another hit of that power drug, or 2) just incredibly naive, or 3) completely aware of the evil they're getting into bed with?

GIDEON - W. Ian Lipkin

by dulan drift, Wednesday, July 14, 2021, 16:42 (447 days ago) @ dan

Are they: 1) subconsciously ignoring that reality so they can enjoy another hit of that power drug or 2) just incredibly naive, or 3) completely aware of the evil they're getting into bed with?

Yeah - i've wracked my brains - can't come up with any additional explanations...

Number 2, Naive/stupid - they're supposed to be the world's brainiest people so it's hard for them to argue that - though they are - coz it's the only possible escape route: 'Oh! The CCP is a totalitarian regime? Who knew!? Tsk, they fooled us all! We'll learn from our mistakes and become even better leaders going forward.'

That leaves 1 or 3 as real explanations. You'd imagine it starts with 1 then incrementally melds into a 3?

But i'll wager they're still convinced they're doing it for the 'common-good'.

If we're wondering how they can sleep at night - we can save our breath - they sleep fine - in nice beds - knowing they're following a higher Masters of the Universe truth - that we could never understand.

Unless they're held accountable. Guessing the beds are not as soft in jail.

One Health Editorial Board

by dulan drift, Thursday, July 15, 2021, 10:43 (446 days ago) @ dulan drift

‘Yeah, but’, people might say, ‘that’s unfair to single out Lipkin - everyone knows he’s up to his eyeballs in CCP collaborations - one case is not reason to taint the whole One Health Initiative.’

And they’d be dead right. So how about the One Health Editorial Board?

Looking at the list - there are some names i don’t know about - but a lot of names do jump off the page.

Peter Daszak, William Karesh, Jonathan Epstein - EcoHealth Alliance: (Esptein also has Columbia ties). As we (and many others) have covered, EcoHealth is rotten to the core with CCP influence and WIV collaborations. If Covid is a lab-leak then there’s a good chance EcoHealth scientists were directly involved in engineering it.

Thomas Briesse - Columbia/WHO: Columbia, home of Ian Lipkin, has developed deep ties with the CCP over decades and operates joint labs in China. Like Lipkin, Briese has been involved with China since SARS. Collaborated with GIDEON founders Lipkin and Lu Jia-hai at Sun Yat-sen University as recently as Mar 2021.

Marion Koopmans (WHO Covid investigator): If a fascist surveillance state vets, then approves you, you’re suss. Concluded that a lab-leak is “extremely unlikely.” Feb 1 Teleconferencer.

Malcolm Jones (Editor-in-Chief), Rowland N. Cobbold, Ricardo Jorge Soares Magalhaes - University of Queensland: Along with Columbia, Duke, and University of Sydney - UQ is a notorious pro-CCP academic institution. With three One Health reps on the board, same as EcoHealth, they can be relied on to deliver the CCP’s messaging.

Vincent J. Munster - NIAID: collaborated with Koopmans on Feb 2020 paper downplaying Covid, praising CCP’s response.

Then we have six Chinese academics from state-run institutions including:

Lu Jia-hai - Sun Yat-sen University: Lipkin’s GIDEON collaborator, conducts joint projects with Columbia involving Lipkin and Breise.

Wenbao Zhang - Xinjiang Medical University: This uni boasts 21 purged Uyghur academics relocated to ‘vocational training camps’ - seems academia is not an approved vocation for Uyghurs.

Conclusion: The One Health Initiative, that’s campaigning for a centralized data-base of personalized health info - is controlled by pro-CCP operatives.

That's a clear and present danger to the freedom of humanity.

One thing for sure - things are happening fast - Covid provided a catapulting effect into this sci-fi future gone wrong. In it, drastic restrictions on freedoms are justified due to Covid. Ethicists, sociologists are howled down (imprisoned, organ-harvested if you're in China). It's all about The Science.

Now it's hurtling us towards bio-surveillance on a planetary scale. If we don't stop this now it will be too late.

One Health Oneness

by dulan drift, Sunday, July 18, 2021, 08:41 (443 days ago) @ dulan drift

By its nature One Health wants to bring all world health organizations into its Oneness. Take Daszak for example: President of EcoHealth, on the Editorial Board of One Health, investigator for WHO.

It all melds together. It’s impossible to know where one organization stops and the other begins - in fact, they are one organism.

One Health evangelists refer to this as ‘lateralizing’ - breaking down the ‘silos’ - absorbing them into a One Health agenda.

Dr Qu Dong-yu, PRC, Director General, UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) (appointed Aug 1, 2019(!)), May 2021: This panel will contribute to advancing the One Health agenda, by ..being a shining example of silo-breaking, systems thinking and open dialogue. Expectations for collective action and the need for effective collaboration have never been higher (due to Covid).

For investigators, this shifty ‘oneness', 'collective action' concept can become disorientating - even nauseating - who’s in charge here? Who’s accountable? But if you recognize that's their key weapon - the impenetrable fog - you’ll soldier on - it’s just fog. (The Andrews Govt enquiry that found 'no-one was responsible' was a great example of how 'systems thinking' works to envelop.)

So when Qu says 'collective action' there are real people directing that action. Paradoxically, despite the fog, they're hiding in plain sight. Just ask 'em ...

Bruce Kaplan (One Health co-founder): This is evidenced by the numerous national and international meetings, symposia, “official” governmental agencies and unofficial organizations, university institutions and grass roots individuals as well as “VIPs” raising the banner for more One Health performance and execution. .. A host of recent VIPs and prominent organizational endorsements have encouraged and helped by articulating One Health positions and endorsements.

Very Important People - it's very important to remember that they're still people - that have their greasy mitts on the wheel of the following:

BMJ Global Health Feb 2019: (A) number of related movements have gained traction among health policymakers and funders over the past 15 years, including One Health, EcoHealth and Planetary Health. Since 2010, political and financial attention to One Health has surged, with several developments in the last 3 years.

So a surging increase in power and money. Very people things.

BMJ Global Health: FAO (Dr Qu Dong-yu, Director General), OIE (World Animal Health Information System) and WHO (Tedros) launched a strategy for partnership (known as the Tripartite Concept Note) in April 2010 ..based on One Health principles. The Tripartite released a second strategic document in 2017 reaffirming its commitment to ‘more broadly embrace the One Health approach’.

Again, sounds nice, probably started with good intentions, but it’s become a power/data centralization device - a honey pot for despots. Sadly, that’s the fatal flaw of globalization. It’s why Aristotle favoured the small state - the polis (got him charged with 'impiety' - he escaped - died in exile). It's easier to keep an eye on who’s up to what.

BMJ Global Health: Results: We found that recent attention to One Health at high-level political fora has increased power struggles .. with stakeholders shifting operationalisation in directions most aligned with their own interests.

Otherwise known as human nature.

One Health Oneness - Two

by dulan drift, Sunday, July 18, 2021, 09:03 (443 days ago) @ dulan drift

Recap:

  • The One Health concept has become the dominant ideology amongst the world’s largest health organizations, hoovering up power, data, money, into a centralized Global Control Council.
  • The One Health Editorial Board reads like a who’s who of pro-CCP scientists.
  • Two of the Director Generals from the Tripartite, FAO and WHO (Qu and Tedros), are outspoken pro-totalitarianists.
  • This immense power was marshaled to cover-up the origin of Covid.
  • Covid is used to justify restrictions on fundamental freedoms and invade privacy rights.

When your mind boggles at the sheer scale of the cover-up of the Covid Atrocity, the One Health power-centralization-model provides ‘compelling evidence’ of how an entire culture was invaded/dominated. How it functions on a global level. How it determines the future of humanity. (Clive Hamilton has been documenting this for many years - he deserves a medal.)

The thing about The Future - it doesn’t have to be one particular way - despite what we're told.

Pre-Covid, all of the above was going on - by stealth. If we can find a positive in Covid, it would be that it’s blown the lid on this drift towards global totalitarianism (lest we forget - the lid-blowing didn’t happen by itself - it took groups like DRASTIC and rogue academics such as Hamilton).

The prevailing wind will be: ‘Now’s not the time to talk about that coz we’re concentrating on the current evolving emergency!’

But that’s all deflective crap from the same people that brought you the original con-job. Now’s exactly the right time to talk about it.

Even if the One Health Tripartite ever did finish with their evolving emergencies, which they never ever will, it would be way too late. It’s designed that way.

The next step is to take a look at the details of exactly what’s at stake here. It's not pretty.

One Health Oneness - Two

by dan, Sunday, July 18, 2021, 17:11 (443 days ago) @ dulan drift

This is downright alarming.

And this law will fit right in:

"According to California law, all babies born in the state must have the Newborn Screening Test completed, which includes a blood draw. The test can only be refused if it conflict’s with a family’s religious beliefs. Blood is taken from the heel of a baby between 12 and 48 hours of age, and sent to a state-approved lab to be tested for 80 genetic and metabolic disorders. Hepatitis can be efficiently transmitted from an infected mother to her child during birth, although chronic infection can be prevented if a baby is treated within 12 hours after birth."

They'll even call the cops to get that blood sample!

One Health Oneness - Two

by dulan drift, Sunday, July 18, 2021, 18:28 (443 days ago) @ dan

"According to California law, all babies born in the state must have the Newborn Screening Test completed, which includes a blood draw. The test can only be refused if it conflict’s with a family’s religious beliefs. Blood is taken from the heel of a baby between 12 and 48 hours of age, and sent to a state-approved lab to be tested for 80 genetic and metabolic disorders. Hepatitis can be efficiently transmitted from an infected mother to her child during birth, although chronic infection can be prevented if a baby is treated within 12 hours after birth."

They'll even call the cops to get that blood sample!

Holy Fuck! That's the future here - now - in your living room with guns drawn.

Luckily, there's this new technology which can avoid those unpleasant scenes:

Found this paper - don't recommend reading it - title tells you all you need:

Noninvasive Prenatal Testing for Blood Group and Platelet Antigens from Cell-Free Plasma DNA Using Digital PCR

Genomic Surveillance - Andersen, Holmes, Rambaut

by dulan drift, Monday, July 19, 2021, 08:57 (442 days ago) @ dulan drift

When One Healthers talk about amassing the planet’s bio-data on a centralized system, the jewel in the crown is genomic surveillance capability. In plain terms, they’re coming for your DNA.

This is the ‘meeting of minds’ juncture where scientists and the CCP align. Ethics is placed on extended leave. Championing this bio-data grab are three pro-CCP co-authors from the notorious Proximal Origin paper.

Andersen, Holmes, Rambaut: We urge those working on infectious disease to focus funds and efforts on a much simpler and more cost-effective way to mitigate outbreaks — proactive, real-time surveillance of human populations. This will best be achieved through an established global network ..such as the WHO.

Remember this is the same WHO/One Health/EcoHealth Alliance, who, in the critical early days, told us:

At the same time shutting down crucial advice from Taiwan, which i’d list, though it’s simpler to re-read the above - just make it the exact opposite.

Such a pity the world didn't follow Taiwan's advice: Covid would have been stamped out by the 29th of April 2020. But the Taiwan silo wasn't absorbed into the One Health Concept - why? - coz WHO banned them from giving input. The best kid in the class in terms of how to stop this global catastrophe unfolding - was not the Global One Health lot - it was Taiwan. But you expelled them from school. Then provided advice that caused Covid to spread globally.

A year later, a WHO investigation (including One Health Editorial Board members Daszak & Koopmans), proudly brought to you by the CCP, announced a lab-leak was “extremely unlikely”.

So not real big on truth and integrity inside these Global Health Cohorts are we?

Andersen, Holmes, Rambaut: Second, ethical, rigorous and standardized protocols for the collection of samples and data from patients should be established (by) .. a global consortium involving the ministries of engaged countries to facilitate the generation and sharing of that information.

The authors’ favourite regime, the CCP, the one they went above and beyond to protect with their Proximal Origin pangolin paper, is heavily 'engaged' in DNA collection. For example:

Uyghur DNA collecting study: The national physical examination (NPE) is a free physical examination provided by the Chinese government for all Xinjiang people. .. The data came from the physical examination data of Urumqi in 2018. .. This study was performed in accordance with the principles outlined in the Declaration of Helsinki and approved by the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region CDC ethical committee.

That’d be fine, right? They're using the Helsinki principles - with an autonomous ethical committee!

Andersen, Holmes, Rambaut: A helpful analogue is the approach used by the Human Heredity and Health in Africa (H3Africa) Initiative, which .. has used standard consent-form guidelines (the Helsinki ones?) for collecting DNA samples from subjects.

As a potential subject, I'm glad you guys brought that up. African countries (along with China) have become a frontier hub of DNA gathering activity due to corrupt/compliant governments, a "host of VIP's", and a western media that doesn't give a shit. It's open slather.

Let’s take a closer look at what goes on there.

Genomic Surveillance - H3Africa

by dulan drift, Thursday, July 22, 2021, 07:22 (439 days ago) @ dulan drift

NIH (US): H3Africa (Human Herdity & Health), announced in June 2010, is organized and supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Wellcome Trust, a global charity based in London.

So a DNA collecting initiative in Africa, funded by NIH (Dr. Francis Collins) and Wellcome (Sir Jeremy Farrar). Money which buys you the holy grail of data - personalized DNA. (We’ll check back with Dr. Collins and Sir Jeremy soon - spoiler: both were frontline CCP-covid narrators.)

H3Africa website: There is currently a global effort to apply genomic science and associated technologies (big-tech algorithms - Kristian Andersen’s specialty) to further the understanding of health and disease in diverse populations.

Sure is. It’s this global effort to apply genomic science that worries me. There’s a truck-load of ethical issues that need to be worked through before we catapult into some genomic surveillance wet-dream of CCP-aligned scientists.

Nature: H3Africa researchers realized they needed to revise research regulations and procedures for gaining the public’s trust .. rather than just collecting blood and leaving — the approach disparagingly referred to as helicopter research.

Helicoptered off to the NIH/Wellcome Trust’s computers.

H3Africa website: (T)here exists an enormous opportunity to utilize such approaches to benefit African populations and to inform global health.

If you really want to benefit African populations and inform Global Health, then work to reduce entrenched corruption. That’s the upstream problem. Plain as the nose on your face.

But wait … that’d mean we couldn’t be corrupt (for the common good) ... so ... let’s ‘take the politics out’ and dig in while the DNA is there to be gobbled up! If we don't, someone else will …’

H3Africa website: H3Africa empowers African researchers (to be DNA helicopter pilots), .. establishes and nurtures effective collaborations (with NIH and Wellcome).. and generates unique data that could be used to improve both African and global health.

Could be. Could be used for a lot of things.

Nature: Last year, for example, the (Wellcome)Sanger Institute in Hinxton, UK, came under fire for licensing a gene chip based on African genome data to US biotechnology company Thermo Fisher, which was planning to manufacture the chip for a profit. (Thermo Fisher - another unscrupulous actor we’ll get around to later)

Springer: Gene chips are postage stamp-sized glass wafers that contain half a million or more tiny cells. Each cell holds DNA from a different gene. This array makes it possible to carry out a very large number of genetic tests on a single sample of genomic DNA at one time.

Nature: This infuriated both the African researchers who had collaborated with the British team and the Ugandan study participants, who had not consented to the deal.

The above only came to light after whistleblowers raised concerns.

Deepti Gurdasani: It’s great to see the silence around this being broken. Myself, and another whistleblower were dismissed after we raised concerns about this to senior management at @sangerinstitute and @JeremyFarrar at @wellcometrust. Eight more people were made redundant.

Genomic surveillance - Farrar

by dulan drift, Sunday, July 25, 2021, 06:58 (436 days ago) @ dulan drift

H3Africa is funded by NIH and Wellcome Trust.

Sir Jeremy has been Director of Wellcome Trust since 2013.

Wellcome website: Jeremy is a member of the UK government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), the UK Vaccine Taskforce and the Principles Group of the ACT-Accelerator hosted by the WHO, and he chairs the WHO R&D Blueprint Advisory Group.

So very powerful - fundamentally connected with WHO and the One Health concept.

Stat: Wellcome Trust (issues) grants from an endowment valued at about $26.5 billion. .. As a private funder of biomedical research, the Wellcome Trust is second in size only to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

The Guardian: (As) the world's third largest charitable foundation, dispensing around £700 million each year .. (and) the largest non-governmental funder of research within the UK system, Wellcome has an increasingly powerful voice in science policy.

Farrar has spoke-personed this ‘increasingly powerful voice’ (VIV - Very Important Voice?) to manifest Wellcome’s vision regarding human genomic surveillance.

Dr. Marie-Paule Kieny: He’s a visionary .. he is willing to take risks.

Apart from H3Africa, Wellcome shares/bankrolls a risky vision with the China Kadoorie Biobank - a genomic collection 7-up style initiative in China.

China Kadoorie Bio-bank - Farrar

by dulan drift, Sunday, July 25, 2021, 07:03 (436 days ago) @ dulan drift

China Kadoorie Bio-bank website: The CKB is being conducted jointly by University of Oxford .. and the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences (CAMS).

More interesting bed-fellows...

China Kadoorie Bio-bank: The long-term continuation of the study is supported by the Wellcome Trust, with further support in China from the Chinese Natural Science Foundation and Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology.

Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology - in a Totalitarian regime - that extracts DNA from/organ harvests prisoners of conscience. Of all you brainiacs with immense power, not one of you thought jumping into bed with the CCP to shape the future of humanity might be a bad idea?

China Kadoorie Bio-bank:
The information generated will advance our understanding of .. aetiology not only in China but also in other countries.

Had to look 'aetiology' up. It means ‘the study of root causes’. Cool - me too.

Which brings us to this: Farrar was one of the original ‘world-leading experts’ that signed, then pushed the Lancet Statement.

This statement, arguably, was a 'root cause' for the international spread of Covid.

Farrar - Lancet Statement/Proximal Origin

by dulan drift, Sunday, July 25, 2021, 08:33 (436 days ago) @ dulan drift

In the history of the Covid Atrocity, there are two documents that ‘fooled the world’ (with a little help from their friends):

The Proximal Origin paper:

  • authored by Holmes (only non-Chinese scientist allowed into the loop that first recorded the genome), Garry, Andersen, Rambaut, Lipkin - who was "brought on a little bit later" as the celebrity scientist salesman (with more ties to China officials than Marco Polo).
  • 1587 citations so far - already sensational - could break all-time records
  • draft, according to Garry, “was complete .. Feb 1st” - same date as authors held strategy-session conference call with Farrar and Fauci.
  • partially funded by NIH/Francis Collins (H3Africa co-funder)
  • co-ordinated by Farrar who ‘on-sold’ it in a teleconference to Tedros. The full One Health War Council swinging into action. So exciting!

The Lancet Statement:

Whatever anyone ever thought, heard, spoke, read, wrote, felt - in regard to Covid not being a lab-escape - it's based on these two documents. Farrar was in the thick of both of them.

Released as a coordinated offensive, the docs were:

  • purpose-written to provide heavyweight global support for the CCP’s version of Covid.
  • mega-platformed by media/science mags - to the exclusion of all else.
  • used by social media giants to ban subjects suggesting the virus may have been engineered in an Wuhan lab.
  • backed by a saturation media push from the same Save-the-CCP Cohort to vilify the ‘conspiracy theorists’.

When it came to disseminating Covid ‘misinformation and conjecture’ to the entirety of the planet - at the crucial time in the history of everything - when the truth would have made all the difference - man - you guys hit humanity clear out of the park - into your own engineered parallel universe.

Farrar - Lancet Statement

by dulan drift, Sunday, July 25, 2021, 08:49 (436 days ago) @ dulan drift

The Lancet Statement: The rapid, open, and transparent sharing of data on this outbreak is now being threatened by rumours and misinformation around its origins. .. We stand together to strongly condemn conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 does not have a natural origin.

We support the call from the Director-General of WHO (Tedros) to promote scientific evidence and unity over misinformation and conjecture.

We sign this statement in solidarity with all scientists and health professionals in China .. We declare no competing interests.

When i read that (an eminent Aus scientist sent it to me - thinking i would sign it!), it blew me away. Straight off i knew the claims were patently false - easily disprovable.

  • The Wuhan labs in question are state-run bio-defense facilities.
  • China is run by a fascist totalitarian regime.
  • The idea that the CCP (and all those working under their rule in these labs) would be open and transparent is beyond stupid.

So what’s beyond stupid? Corruption. Deduction tells you it’s the only explanation.

By using their enormous power to quash speculation that we might be dealing with an escaped, engineered super-bug from a bio-weapons/defense lab - knowledge that would have shocked the world into taking decisive action to stop the international spread of the virus - these scientists have directly contributed to the deaths of millions and the subsequent justification of extreme restrictions on all basic human freedoms.

Those that wrote/signed/pushed these documents, including Sir Jeremy, will forever go down in infamy - so long as humanity (then AI) shall exist.

Farrar-Collins-Fauci Emails

by dulan drift, Monday, July 26, 2021, 10:21 (435 days ago) @ dulan drift

An FOI action launched/persisted with/won by Buzzfeed/Freedom of Information activists/fucking heroes produced these gems. Brilliant work. Keep it up. But try 'googling' the source of that effort for humankind - it's full of FactCheck.global.con discrediting it. Not sure how you discredit the horse's mouth - didn't read them. The actual sources have been shuffled out. Again, shows you the scale.

Sir Jeremy and Dr Collins are the directors of Wellcome Trust and NIH, which funded H3Africa (thereby owning the data).

Fauci, as we know, is director of NIAID (since 1984!), where he has worked for 54 years. He was in the thick of the Anthrax investigation - so steeped in the culture of scientific master-race cover-ups (for the common-good). He lobbied for, then rode/controlled the explosion in biodefense funding and vaccine research/use resulting from the Anthrax terrorist attack. Which, remember, was perpetrated by US scientist(s) - who wanted to increase biodefense funding and vaccine research/use.

So it’s cool to get an insight into Fauci’s ultimate power nexus through his FOI emails. The global health big boys.

Researching Covid - it’s an endless flow spewed out from a system gone wrong. Way more than you could ever collate in a bunch of lifetimes. You get swept along by it - record what you can as you go...

At some point though, you’ve gotta start swimming upstream.

See who lives up there.

Farrar-Collins-Fauci Emails 2

by dulan drift, Monday, July 26, 2021, 11:00 (435 days ago) @ dulan drift

The emails show Farrar was calling the shots. Brackets are mine. All emails are from this ref, uploaded by Dan. Thanks to Buzzfeed.

From: Jeremy Farrar
Sent: Sat, Feb 1, 2020 1:13 PM
To: Fauci, Anthony, Patrick Vallance
Cc: Christian Drosten, Marion Koopmans, R.A.M. Fouchier, Edward Holmes
Andrew Rambaut, Kristian G. Andersen, Paul Schreier, Mike Ferguson, Francis Collins
Subject: Re: Teleconference

Kristen and Eddie have shared this and will talk through it on the call. Thank you.
Hope it will help frame the discussions.

(There was a lot of sharing/cheering of this Jan 31 Science article which features Dasak, sets template for the conspiracy theorist vilification campaign.)


From :Jeremy Farrar, 1 Feb 2020 at 15:34

Information and discussion is shared in total confidence and not to be
shared until agreement on next steps.


(Actually not to be shared - ever - discussion details have been redacted.)

Dial in details attached.
Please mute phones
.
I will be on email throughout - email Paul or I Paul if any problems
If you cannot make it, I will phone you afterwards to update.

(Wow! Sir Jeremy, you're all over it - in our moment of need...)

Agenda
• Introduction, focus and desired outcomes - JF (Farrar)
• Summary - KA (Andersen)
• Comments - EH (Holmes)
• Q&A-AII
• Summary and next steps - JF (Farrar)

(The 'next steps' and 'desired outcomes' were redacted. Reminds you that although we see this as an exciting mystery investigation - it's not a mystery for some people - it's a 'lived-experience'. Luckily, Farrar provides a list of those real-life livers:)

(participants, apart from Paul and I:)

Kristian Anderson (Prox Origin)
Bob Garry (Prox Or.) - I have not been able to contact Bob. Please forward if you can. (Same here)
Christian Drosten (Lancet Statement)
Tony Fauci (NIAID)
Mike Ferguson (Wellcome Trust Governor)
Ron Fouchier (H5N1 GoF pioneer!)
Eddie Holmes (Prox Origin)
Marion Koopmans (WHO investigator)
Stefan Pohlmann (Lancet Statement)
Andrew Rambaut (Prox Or.)

(Old-fashioned man's world at the top)

From: Francis Collins, 1 Feb, 2020, 20:50
To : Jeremy Farrar, Cc: "Fauci, Anthony
Re: Teleconference (with Tedros - ducks-in-a-row exercise)

Hi Jeremy,
I can make myself available at any time 24/7 for the call with Tedros. Just let me know. Thanks for your leadership on this critical and sensitive issue.
Francis

From: Fauci, Anthony (NIH/NIAIO) 1 Feb 2020, 22:06:26 +0000 (=22:06:26)
To: Jeremy Farrar;Collins, Francis
RE: Teleconference

Thanks, Jeremy. We really appreciate what you are doing here. Pleasure to work with you.
Best, Tony

What Farrar was “doing here” was taking the lead, on behalf of the planet, to convene strategy with the Prox Origin authors/Lancet Statement signers and WHO reps. And getting Tedros onboard - for the ‘critical and sensitive issue’ of covering up the origin of Covid.

From: Jeremy Farrar, Feb 1, 2020 4:00 PM (UK-time?)
To: Collins, Francis Cc: Fauci, Anthony

We are altogether as you know! .. (A)lways great working with you both.


From: Jeremy Farrar
Sent : Feb 2, 2020 11:28 AM
To: Fauci, Anthony, Collins, Francis Cc: Tabak, Lawrence

Tedros and Bernhard (Schwartländer) have apparently gone into conclave .... they need to decide today in my view. If they do prevaricate, I would appreciate a call with you later tonight or tomorrow to think how we might take forward.

Decide what? Whether to join the Prox Origin cover-story? Luckily they didn’t prevaricate too much - not sure why there was concern - Tedros was already praising the CCP to high-heaven on Jan 29. Knowing Tedros, he's a slippery guy - may have been nervous about getting locked-in to the pangolin/wet market origin story so early in the piece. Why would you do that?

From: Francis Collins
Date: 2 Feb, 2020 at 10:27
To: Jeremy Farrar Cc: Fauci, Anthony, Tabak, Lawrence (NIH/OD)

Jeremy,
I'm available any time today except 3:15 - 5:45 pm EST (on a plane) for a call to Tedros. Let me know if I can help get through his thicket of protectors.
Francis

Keeping the Fire Burning

by dulan drift, Wednesday, July 28, 2021, 08:23 (433 days ago) @ dulan drift

With Australian Aborigines, it was someone’s (a woman’s) job to carry/nurture a smouldering stick when you moved camp - so you wouldn’t have to do the friction trick every time.

If that stick was the embers of scientific spirit, then Richard Ebright/Simon Wain Hobson, who were warning, way back since the Anthrax-inspired funding boom, that reckless GoF experiments would lead to a pandemic, have kept the fire alive. Then there’s your DRASTIC collective - smelled a rat with Covid - pursued it, persisted - that’s the important bit. (And others - including not-scientists - more than real scientists - a sign that science-culture has lost its way?)

With Genomic Surveillance, Yves Moreau has been the stick carrier - through the Wellcome/Thermo Scientific/CCP typhoons - he kept it going - used that ember to shine a light on the truth.

Sadly, he's very much in the minority so far as 'the scientific community' goes - which makes his work all the more valuable - so let's take a look at what he uncovered...

Yves Moreau - Misuse of Bio-data

by dulan drift, Wednesday, July 28, 2021, 09:19 (433 days ago) @ dulan drift

Yves Moreau: (Dec 2019) In Xinjiang, police collected biometric information (including blood samples, finger-prints and eye scans) from nearly 19 million people in 2017, in a programme called ‘Physicals for All’. This was part of a suite of measures that are being used by the Chinese government to control the Uyghur ethnic group.

Other nations are building massive DNA databases or considering doing so. In 2015, Kuwait passed a law mandating DNA profiling of its entire population .. (while) Kenya passed a law that would have .. required all citizens to submit biometric information, including DNA profiles, to a national database.

Moreau gleaned some of his info from publications by DNA evangelists, such as Tim Schellberg, president of Gordon Thomas Honeywell - a law firm (!) connected to Thermo Fisher.

Schellberg cheerfully predicts “the development of civil-DNA databases” for all is “inevitable”. (go.nature.com/337pjce (copy-paste it)).

Schellberg: Significant Hurdles: Open and public parliamentary process, Culture of being influenced by opposition and protests.

To leap these hurdles, he trumpets the following success stories:

Schellberg: Missing Persons: Chinese Ministry of Public Security’s aggressive DNA missing person’s program is key reason for success.

He also points out that whereas “fingerprints do not work for small children” - DNA collection does!

Facilitating this east-meets-west DNA-grab is Thermo Fisher Scientific.

Yves Moreau: The deployment of DNA-surveillance infrastructure in Xinjiang, for example, was enabled by the Chinese government buying products from — and working with — the US company Thermo Fisher Scientific.

The firm is currently the global leading supplier of DNA-profiling technology in law enforcement. Thermo Fisher Scientific researchers have worked with China’s Ministry of Justice, and with researchers at the People’s Public Security University of China, which falls directly under the Ministry of Public Security, to tailor the technology specifically for use in Tibetan and Uyghur populations.

Thermo Fisher Scientific, along with Wellcome, under Sir Jeremy Farrar, are serial offenders in the mis-use of collected DNA.

Genome Web: In April 2018, four researchers sent a complaint to the Wellcome Trust, which provides Sanger's funding, about the institute's $2.2 million deal with Thermo Fisher Scientific to develop microarray chips based on African genetic data it had collected through a number of collaborations.

Which is where lawyers come in handy. The whistleblowers were subsequently fired. Now it’s onward and upward.

Thermo Fisher website: Imagine what can happen when DNA testing takes only minutes, instead of days, weeks, or even months. The compact, easy-to-use Applied Biosystems RapidHIT ID System generates forensic DNA profiles in virtually any setting in as little as 90 minutes—and no technical expertise is required.

Safer communities are within reach. Rapid DNA helps solve crimes today and prevent victims tomorrow.

Collecting DNA from duped subjects in Africa and using it for your own money-hungry purposes is a crime against humanity.

As is supplying technology to a fascist regime to oppress Uyghurs and Tibetans.

You don’t even need a compact, easy-to-use RapidHIT ID System to solve that crime - a modicum of uncorrupted political-will should do the trick. Unfortunately there’s no device for injecting that yet.

Yves Moreau: Restrictions .. are too weak. .. For example, US laws forbid the export of fingerprint-recognition technology to some users deemed problematic .. such as the Chinese police. But .. does not restrict the export of more-invasive DNA-profiling and facial-recognition technologies.

All of us must beware a world in which our behavioural, financial and biometric data, including our DNA profiles, or even entire genome sequences, are available to corporations — and law enforcers and political parties. Without changes .. the use of DNA for state-level surveillance could become the norm.

BGI and the Digital Silk Road

by dulan drift, Friday, July 30, 2021, 07:52 (431 days ago) @ dulan drift

BGI.com.global: Our Simple Mission:

To provide researchers and healthcare professionals with quality genomic data and genetic testing solutions, at rapid turnaround times with industry leading pricing.
BGI Genomics is the world’s leading provider of genomic sequencing services and proteomic services, now serving customers in more than 100 countries. We provide (the following) .. with integrated genomic sequencing and proteomic services and solutions(:)

  • academic institutions
  • pharmaceutical companies
  • health care providers
  • and other organizations

Atlantic Council: Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI) (is) a Chinese artificial intelligence (AI) company referred to as the “Huawei of genomics.”

Gen News: (Feb 26, 2020) The coveted last slot of this year’s AGBT conference*, the premier genomics conference held in Florida every winter, promised to be a blockbuster with the title:

First $100 genome sequencing enabled by new extreme throughput DNBSEQ platform.

Technology Review: (pay site): (T)he Chinese gene giant BGI Group (announced) it will make genome sequencing cheaper than ever breaking the $100 barrier for the first time ever.

(Woo-hoo! More genomic gold for the People’s Republic of Totalitarianism.)

Radoje Drmanac, CSO of MGI (owned by BGI): It’s not unthinkable that a $10 genome may be (possible). At future AGBTs, we’ll hopefully present even crazier innovations and breakthroughs.

CBS: The financial stakes for dominating the global biotech sector — the industry that's bringing us the COVID vaccine — are staggering, estimated to be worth up to $4 trillion a year. For perspective, that's more than the valuation of Amazon and Apple combined.

BGI - Radoje Drmanac

by dulan drift, Friday, July 30, 2021, 08:01 (431 days ago) @ dulan drift

Gen News: Radoje (Rade) Drmanac, CSO of MGI, was a co-founder of Complete Genomics, which ..launched in 2008 with its novel DNA NanoBalls (DNB) platform. .. (A)fter going public (it) was acquired by BGI for about $117 million in 2013. MGI (is) the company’s next-gen subsidiary.

Gen News:
What made (you) think of using an antibody?

Radoje Drmanac: It just hit me, like, why in the world are we trying to do this indirectly when antibodies can recognize the base?

Gen News: Drmanac says that it is very cheap, highly specific and there is no cross talk. Not doing this earlier, he explains, was “a simple mental block in our inventions.”

Technology Review: The Shenzhen company says the low cost will be possible with (Drmanac’s) “extreme” DNA sequencing system .. capable of decoding the genomes of 100 000 people per year.

Radoje Drmanac:
(This) is not going from bad to good - it‘s going from excellent to extremely excellent.

Gen News: CoolMPS (MPS stands for massively parallel sequencing) is the first nucleobase-specific antibody-based sequencing chemistry.

Wellcome - BGI - Digital China Health

by dulan drift, Saturday, July 31, 2021, 09:48 (430 days ago) @ dulan drift

Jeremy Farrar, Director Wellcome Trust: Understanding humanity’s genetic code is not only going to be fundamental to the medicine of the future, it is an essential part of medicine today. .. The Wellcome Trust has invested more than £1 billion in genome research that has built this understanding .. (and) will further exploit this knowledge for medical advances that help patients, within a robust ethical framework that relies on their informed consent.

Wellcome Genome Campus: Congenica is a digital health company enabling genomic medicine with the world’s leading clinical decision support platform for accelerated genomic data interpretation.

Built on a foundation of clinical genomics expertise, we develop software .. and services that make the use of complex genomic data routine, accessible and ubiquitous. Our headquarters are on the Wellcome Genome Campus in Cambridge, UK, however, our reach is global.

Gryphon Scientific (p 64): A partnership between UK genomics software company Congenica and BGI Genomics in 2017 to bring advanced drugs to China, through which Congenica received funding from BGI and access to genomic data from the Chinese population, and BGI gained access to Congenica’s DNA analysis software Sapientia.

Congenica/Wellcome (17 Sep 2018): Congenica, the global diagnostic decision support platform provider, today announced it has entered into an agreement with a new strategic partner Digital China Health Technologies Cooperation Limited (DCHealth), further extending Congenica’s commitment to the Chinese market.

The new partnership will see Congenica develop a version of its Sapientia™ platform designed to enable clinicians and patients in China to benefit from the clinical genomics and personalised medicine revolution
.

Dr David Atkins, CEO Congenica: China is an important market for Congenica and this new relationship with DCHealth gives us greater insight into what the local market requires to accelerate the broader use of genomic medicine.

Dr Andy Richards, Chairman Congenica: Congenica is at the exciting scale up stage of its commercial development. .. (A)t the forefront of the fast-moving genomics market, Congenica has demonstrated how, with the right investment and leadership, the UK can build world-leading technology companies. .. (W)ith this additional commercial partnership in China, it is poised to become the leading clinical genomics services provider.

Farrar/Koopmans/Nature (Nov 6, 2019): As well as potentially supporting diagnosis and surveillance, the fast-developing field of genomic epidemiology (and) ..(f)uture developments in predictive technology, machine learning and artificial intelligence will bring more opportunities to move towards ‘precision public health’

Gryphon Scientific: Precision medicine entails the use of genetic and other information to tailor the treatment of an illness to the individual, compared to classical medicine where treatment is by and large the same for all.

Farrar/Koopmans/Nature: (I)t will be a challenge to persuade countries to invest in a new surveillance system, for example, before its general effectiveness has been demonstrated at a country level.

(Nov 6, 2019 - interesting date to be talking about genomic surveillance system demonstrations - makes you wonder, was Covid a demonstration exercise?)

The Big DNA-grab

by dulan drift, Sunday, August 01, 2021, 09:42 (429 days ago) @ dulan drift

Gryphon Scientific, Feb 14, 2019: Through investments and research partnerships with US institutions, Chinese biotechnology companies are .. amassing large collections of clinical and genetic data on US residents (and everyone else).

Epoch Times: China’s state-funded BGI, for example, bought the U.S. sequencing company Complete Genomics, giving the Chinese company access to a DNA database that contained the private genetic information of large numbers of Americans.

Gryphon Scientific: At least 23 companies with a nexus to China are certified .. by the College of American Pathologists (CAP), giving them direct access to US medical and health data. .. Theoretically, access to private information on security-sensitive US persons creates a risk of blackmail and may reveal health conditions exploitable in a targeted attack.

China has numerous laws requiring or authorizing access to private-sector data by the central government.

Reuters: BGI says it stores and re-analyzes left-over blood samples and genetic data from .. prenatal tests, sold in at least 52 countries. The tests – branded NIFTY for “Non-Invasive Fetal TrisomY” – also capture genetic information about the mother.

One BGI study fused a military supercomputer to re-analyze NIFTY data and map the prevalence of viruses in Chinese women, look for indicators of mental illness in them, and single out Tibetan and Uyghur minorities to find links between their genes and their characteristics.

Gryphon Scientific: BGI has received state support, including a ten-year, $1.5 billion loan from China Development Bank in 2010, which enabled it to purchase 128 HiSeq 2000 sequencers (from Illumina). BGI is a world leader in sequencing, and has at times had the world’s largest capacity (in terms of amount of DNA
sequence produced), often vying for the top spot with US-based Illumina.

Huanming Yang, Chairman and Co-Founder of BGI (2012): BGI greatly welcomes this opportunity to partner with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to bring the benefit of genomics research to our global society.

Dark Daily: (2016): BGI was among 70 organizations, including the Broad Institute of MIT, Harvard, the Wellcome Trust, and the National Institutes of Health, that formed an alliance “to improve how genomic and clinical data are managed and shared.” .. (A) planning meeting drew experts from Amazon, Google and Microsoft.

"The industry participants responded enthusiastically to the idea of a global alliance," the group's whitepaper said.

Gryphon Scientific: Other top genomics companies in China include WuXi NextCODE, Novogene, and CloudHealth Genomics.(p108) WuXi NextCODE arose from the acquisition of US-based NextCODE Health by WuXi PharmaTech. The company provides an online database and platform for genomics data as well as sequencing services; further, it boasts the first sequencing facility in China to be accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP).

Scripps Research: Scripps Research Board of Directors .. Ge Li, PhD (Columbia), Founder, Chairman and CEO WuXi AppTec

Kristian Andersen/Scripps (prox or. lead-author): At the Andersen Lab at Scripps Research we try to understand .. how viruses emerge, spread, evolve. .. (by) using an integrated approach of computation, experimentation, genomics, and large-scale data.

Andersen/Rambaut/Holmes/Nature: We urge those working on infectious disease to focus funds and efforts on .. proactive, real-time surveillance of human populations.

Prof. Lisa Ikemoto, law/ethics: People are now being mined for their raw materials. It raises concerns about what it means to be human in this world.

Ancestry Websites

by dulan drift, Monday, August 02, 2021, 09:21 (428 days ago) @ dulan drift

Ancestry terms and conditions: You grant royalty-free worldwide sub-licensable transferable license to host, transfer, process, analyze, distribute and communicate your genetic information.

Prof. Lisa Ikemoto, law/ethics: Lisa Ikemoto: We're so used to filling out, sort of, scrolling through these long documents online to upload the app or whatever it is and then just clicking the 'I agree' button at the end. .. (Y)ou're giving up all rights. (LAUGH) And any potential commercial interest in the use of your DNA by AncestryDNA.

Gryphon Scientific (p115): (T)he handling of the data is not covered by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) healthcare data protection law, raising concerns about privacy and data security.

US Dept of Defense: (S)ome direct-to-consumer genetic testing companies are encouraging DOD personnel to purchase genetic ancestry and health information through the offering of military discounts or other incentives. These DTC genetic tests are largely unregulated and could expose personal and genetic information and potentially create unintended security consequences.

Epoch Times: 23 companies associated with China are currently accredited in the US to perform molecular diagnostics or other genetic testing, including whole genome sequencing. Each of these companies “has access to individual patients’ genetic data.” Hospitals, clinics, and even some commercial DNA testing companies in the United States now routinely send DNA samples to China to be analyzed.

Washington Post: (WuXi AppTech) has helped finance an array of biotech start-ups, including the home DNA testing company 23andMe (also part-owned by Google).

Bill Evanina, former Director US Counter Intelligence: We know there's an investment in the Chinese company in 23andMe. What we don't know is, is there a data sharing agreement with that company or not?

Tech Crunch: DNA testing technology company 23andMe has raised just shy of $82.5 million in new funding ..from investors including Sequoia Capital (a Chinese investment company - which also funds WuXi AppTech).

Anne Wojcicki (founder 23andMe, ex-wife of Erin Sergei, Google founder): When we started the company we sat down with the leading privacy experts. And what they taught me was that, "Anne, privacy doesn't mean that your data's not shared anywhere." It means that we have choice.

Forbes: Wojcicki wants to leverage the exponentially plunging costs of genetic sequencing (down 99% in a decade) and 23andMe’s massive DNA library (the world’s largest genetic research database) to fuel a “biotech machine”.

Richard Scheller, 23andMe’s chief scientist: I thought it was genius actually, that people were paying us to build the database.

Patrick Chung, 23andMe board member: Once you have the data, [the company] does actually become the Google of personalized health care.

Ian Birrel - Jeremy Farrar

by dulan drift, Monday, August 02, 2021, 11:07 (428 days ago) @ dulan drift

This began as a look at the faces behind the One Health cartel - an attempt to put names to the ‘they’ - who are shaping the future of humanity.

One of the biggest names is Sir Jeremy Farrar - the man who took control in the critical early days and orchestrated the united front response from the world’s leading experts - which was in lock-step with the CCP’s version of the origin of Covid.

It’s not possible to research that without coming across the work of investigative journalist Ian Birrel, one of very few journalists who still deserve that title.

Ian Birrel: Just weeks before the pandemic erupted, Farrar helped oversee a report alongside Fauci for the World Health Organisation that highlighted .. ‘disease-causing micro-organisms to be engineered or recreated in laboratories’, warning that ‘accidental or deliberate events caused by high-impact respiratory pathogens pose global catastrophic biological risks’.

Yet Farrar’s previous warnings jar with his actions during the pandemic. Last year, for instance, he said that people should ‘ignore the conspiracy theories: scientists know Covid-19 wasn’t created in a lab’.

Crucially, he was a central figure behind two landmark statements published by leading science journals that helped to silence dissident views, arguing against the plausibility of ‘any type of laboratory-based scenario’

It is curious that since the Covid pandemic began, this hugely influential figure has been at the heart of the scientific establishment’s efforts to stifle debate on the origins of the virus that emerged in Wuhan.

Yeah, piqued my curiosity too, Ian. Keep up the good work.

Inside the Mind of Jeremy Farrar

by dulan drift, Wednesday, August 11, 2021, 08:49 (419 days ago) @ dulan drift

Sir Jeffrey is one of the most powerful and smartest people on the planet. Degrees neurology, immunology, medicine) - from various universities (Oxford, Edinburgh, University College) - a recipient of the Ho Chi Minh City Medal for his work in Vietnam during SARS and H5N1 - Director of Welcome Trust - a One Health globalist - a genomics/AI enthusiast - and a key figure in orchestrating the world’s Covid response.

But above all - Farrar is a futurist.

He knows what’s coming - he has a plan to shape it.

Then along came Covid. In the critical embryonic stages, Farrar swung into action. He used his immense power to:

The above actions, master-minded by Sir Jeremy, were anti-science/political and/or silly. Name calling is silly (though does reveal your insecurities). Shutting down questions about the origin is anti-science/silly/political. Praising the CCP - a fascist totalitarian regime - as “open and transparent” is also all three.
The consequences of these anti-science/silly/political actions were catastrophic. Your actions, Sir Jeremy.

Meanwhile, alternative courses of action, such as that proposed by Taiwan, were known/available. Worked fine in Taiwan - the absolute frontline - could have worked worldwide. (Too late now of course - but you knew that.)

You didn't listen to Taiwan's advice because: they are a democratic country. Therefore; barred from your Global One Health Community.

Taiwan's model was way cheaper - smarter - faster - better. No need for all the death, or the warp speed torrent of vaccines, or their billionaire owners, or your One Health genomic surveillance systems, or the whole new normal where our freedoms have gone - and you're left in charge.

With all your Oxford degrees, it's gonna be hard pleading stupidity. But that's not your plan is it - coming clean - being held to account. It's about the bigger picture - your vision. It's happening - you pulled that shit off - now steamroll on. That's why they call it 'power'.

So it's interesting to examine Jeremy's mindset in the months leading up to the outbreak - get some insight into the one who rose to assume the mantle of Captain Covid in those crucial early days. The man who changed the world.

Inside the Mind of Jeremy Farrar: 2

by dulan drift, Wednesday, August 11, 2021, 09:33 (419 days ago) @ dulan drift

June 19, 2019: This is an intro by Francis Collins (NIH Director) for his friend Jeremy Farrar, who was selected to deliver the David E. Barmes Global Health Lecture at NIH, titled: Global Health in a Changing World

Francis Collins (TS4:00): In 1996 he (Farrar) became the director of the Oxford University research centre in Vietnam in a very tumultuous time - (including) the outbreak of SARS .. (and) H5N1 - all of which he and his group were in the middle of.

Seems like everyone involved in assisting the CCP with the Covid cover-up was also “in the middle of” SARS - Lipkin, Daszak, Holmes, Farrar, Dwyer, Shi etc, etc (and/or Anthrax - Fauci).

Collins (TS4:20): In 2013 he was appointed as the director of the Wellcome Trust - he was reappointed last year for a second five year term indicating the remarkable (lack of democracy in the One Health world/) success he has had in that role. And in that role he has been a wonderful contributor both in the agenda of that institution but also for all of us who care deeply about global health.

For those of us who care deeply about the rise of totalitarianism ....

Collins (4:45): He currently serves as the chairperson of an informal group called the Heads of International Research Organizations which has just been meeting here at NIH for the last two days involving leaders of funding agencies from across the world. And may I say, he’s a very good chair - you don’t walk into that meeting and not expect things to happen - I mean, because they have, and they will under his leadership.

So in all this fog of One Health oneness - Farrar is the One. The leader of the ‘leaders of funding agencies’. Think about that. Bill and Melinda, NIH - it’s ‘across the world’ - guess George Gao got a ticket… Love to see that list - couldn’t find it.

The biggest feature of the 'new normal' is: we are constantly exhorted to ‘listen to the health experts’. It controls everything in our lives suddenly from restrictions on freedoms of speech, movement, assembly, to the explosion of personal surveillance, to vaccines. Therefore, Farrar, the leader of all that, is one of the most powerful people alive in the non-Chinese world.

This is a role Farrar revels in. Born ready to revel. He has a vision, he’s energetic - 'things happen under his leadership'. Now he's in the driver's seat. Hang onto your hat.

At first it was a surprise when i looked at Fauci’s FOI emails how Farrar slotted into the role of ringmaster - but it makes perfect sense now.

Farrar - June 2019 - Politics

by dulan drift, Thursday, August 12, 2021, 10:49 (418 days ago) @ dulan drift

June 19, 2019: Farrar: (P)eople .. are going to see unbelievable changes in society in the next 20 to 30 years in ways that .. will be very disruptive.

Farrar the futurist. He knows what’s coming - it’s his job to shape it.

Farrar: 27:35: At this moment, when the scientific advances are perhaps the most exciting in the last few decades, we are facing a society and a political structure which is questioning the very advances that are being made.

The dreaded questioning. If you really want to infuriate a world-leading scientist, ask them a question...

Farrar: As a scientific community, I think we have been complacent that people would accept scientific advances (without question) and they would just thank us for it. ..(A)s a community, we’ve got to engage much better than we have done in the past in order to bring society with us. .. We have to see this as one of our great challenges.

This is a major theme of Farrar’s. It shows he is always thinking outside the pure science. He thinks about the propaganda side - the obstacles of annoying democratic political structures and societies - how to overcome them - to bring all that with us. ‘Us’ being the ‘deciders’ - the others being the ‘decidees’.

For sure Farrar would have been keenly aware that a GoF lab-exit origin would have been disastrous for all that. His cherished vision of One Health genomic surveillance up in smoke. That's motivation for a cover-up right there.

Farrar: (7:13) Our lawyer at Wellcome (made me) promise I should never say anything about US politics so anything that may seem as if it may indicate any political view, please, it does not (smirks) - necessarily. (audience laughter) But as you go through your own political cycles (as opposed to ‘us’ who, like the CCP, just keep on ruling - Fauci’s been director of NIAID since 1984!) - and I can tell you we’re going through an even worse one in the UK - I’ll come back to that - just don’t forget - the leadership role that you play. .. So thank you for your leadership and please do never never step down from it.

Ok, so much for ‘taking the politics out’. That is a straightforward call to political arms from an unelected power cohorter. 'You have enormous power - use it.'

Farrar: 8:50: If not now then when? If not now - if we don’t stand up for the values that we all hold dear (One Everything)- at this time of real change politically around the world, then - and if not us - who will do it?

Jeremy, it’s not your job to rule the world - whatever you may have convinced yourself - you're not the messiah - you're a very naughty boy. No one voted for you for a start. If you want to play global politics, become a politician. But you won’t do that will you - coz you might have to face being questioned - getting cycled out. One-ism doesn't do 'cycle-out'.

To finish the lecture Farrar quotes Shakespeare:

There is a tide in the affairs of men
which taken at the flood, leads on to fortune
Omitted, all the voyage of their life
is bound in shallows and in miseries
On such a full sea are we now afloat
And we must take the current when it serves
or lose our ventures

The signalling is loud and clear: As an empowered Science Community (thanks to Anthrax and SARS-1) we're on a full sea. Sail (for war) now. If not now, we'll 'lose our global ventures'.

Interestingly Farrar omits the first line, which is:

We at the height are ready to decline

It's spoken by Brutus in Julius Caesar - which explores how warning signs can be mistaken for opportunity by ambitious 'people at the height'.

To Jeremy's credit - he did note "it didn't end well for the speaker".

Farrar - June 2019 - Politics

by dan, Thursday, August 12, 2021, 16:29 (418 days ago) @ dulan drift

This is some disturbing, or annoying, or both, stuff. I sort of what to just slap the guy.

To accept science, or somebody's choices on what direction to take in scientific discovery, or how to spend public money on someone's choices for how to use science, to expect society to just accept this on faith is disturbing. Let's not forget that science can be used for some very bad things. It's agnostic. It's not good in and of itself.

So this arrogance is ... yeah... just wanna slap the guy.

And then there's the power trip he's clearly on, and the political and financial angles.

Farrar - June 2019 - Politics

by dulan drift, Friday, August 13, 2021, 16:01 (417 days ago) @ dan

To accept science, or somebody's choices on what direction to take in scientific discovery, or how to spend public money on someone's choices for how to use science, to expect society to just accept this on faith is disturbing. Let's not forget that science can be used for some very bad things. It's agnostic. It's not good in and of itself.

Yes, it's a bit rich whinging that the public doesn't trust 'us' enough when 'us' controls all the most powerful global platforms - which 'us' used to propagate a whopper - to 'secure the planet'.

It's the old 'some are more equal than others' routine.

Farrar Sep-Nov 2019 - Lab-exit awareness

by dulan drift, Friday, August 13, 2021, 10:22 (417 days ago) @ dulan drift

Sep 2019: Farrar/Fauci/Gao et al (Global Preparedness Monitoring Board, p15): The chances of a global pandemic are growing. While scientific and technological developments provide new tools that advance public health .. they also allow for disease-causing microorganisms to be engineered or recreated in laboratories.

A deliberate release would complicate outbreak response; .. security measures would come into play limiting information-sharing and fomenting social divisions (check). Taken together, naturally occurring, accidental, or deliberate events caused by high-impact respiratory pathogens pose “global catastrophic biological risks.”

This demonstrates Farrar (and Fauci/Gao) were well-aware of the danger of a lab accident and/or bioweapons scenario - exactly at the time Covid emerged.

Logic tells you Farrar/Fauci/Gao must have immediately thought it was a lab-escape when the news first broke - as did Bat Lady as did the Prox Origin authors. Months later Farrar was tag-teaming with Daszak in name-calling anyone who said the same thing as a conspiracy theorist.

Nov 6, 2019: Farrar/Koopmans/Nature: (T)he fast-developing field of genomic epidemiology ..and artificial intelligence will bring more opportunities to move towards ‘precision public health’.

In the fast developing field of western scientists (including Wellcome ones) holding hands with totalitarianism, ‘Precision health’ is bringing more opportunities to profile/control Uyghurs.

However:

Farrar/Koopmans: (I)t will be a challenge to persuade countries to invest in a new surveillance system, for example, before its general effectiveness has been demonstrated at a country level.

The above quotes were used earlier - sorry for the repeats - in trying to draw the threads together they keep sticking in my head. At some stage in Jan 2020, Farrar went from:
assuming/knowing Covid was a lab-exit
to:
orchestrating a narrative to shield the CCP - his partner in genomic surveillance programs.

Did his futurist mind see Covid as an ‘opportunity in a crisis’ to ‘demonstrate the effectiveness’ of this new surveillance system vision - as well as save his grand plans from an inevitable crash in public trust if the truth was told? Apart from the lab-leak component, Covid is the Shakespearean 'high tide' dream (which also means 'orgasm' in Chinese) come true for Farrar.

Farrar/Koopmans/Nature: Preparing for epidemics, therefore, requires global health, economic and political systems to be integrated. .. (T)he WHO’s Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Framework brings together nation states, industry, other stakeholders and the WHO to implement a global approach to pandemic preparedness and response.

(Check. All that came true. WHO/Tedros operating as the public face - Farrar calling the shots.)

Key governance components include drafting policies in advance and being willing to implement those policies for data collection.

They were willing alright. Ready, willing and able - thanks to Jeremy’s foresight.

Farrar - China - Pre-Covid

by dulan drift, Saturday, August 14, 2021, 11:57 (416 days ago) @ dulan drift

Dec 11, 2019: Farrar/Nature: I know China’s CDC very well, and I was involved in China’s CDC through SARS .. in 2003–2004–2005. ..China CDC at that point was underfunded and struggled for influence ..(but) what China’s done in the last fifteen years .. they’ve learned lessons from the U.S. CDC (which milked the Anthrax scam for billions and became super-powerful) and now there is an incredibly strong central CDC in China.

So a few days before Covid became public knowledge, Farrar goes onto the Nature platform to give a rousing endorsement of the CCP’s CDC. Then aggressively doubled-down on that endorsement with the Lancet Statement once Covid broke.

It’s also interesting to note that:

Dec 2014: Market Business News: The Wellcome Trust, made £2.5 billion on its investment portfolio valued at £16.4 billion. It recorded a return of 15.4% for the year ending on September 30th, 2014. The Trust’s high investment return increased partly because of its shareholdings in retail giants Alibaba and JD.com. (both Chinese companies)

Through to Dec 2020, investments in Chinese companies under Farrar's direction have been flagged BUY.

Financial Times: Heeding the calls of Jeremy Farrar .. (Wellcome) had already put in place hedges across its portfolio that allowed it to book profits of £248m in its financial year to the end of September. This foresight ensured Wellcome’s investments grew by 12.3 per cent to £29bn. This was the highest return since 2016, and the first time the fund had invested more in Asian equities than in Europe, including the UK.

Wellcome Trustees Report: We added to Chinese equities in the market weakness in Q4 2018, which was partially offset by sales of assets in Japan.

This investment, however was threatened by the trade war and rising tide of cultural retreat from globalization:

Wellcome Trustees Report:
After a long period when owners of capital, like Wellcome, have been the beneficiaries of globalisation, of technological disruption and of ultra-accommodative monetary policy, societal attitudes are shifting.

Luckily, Covid saved the day by re-energizing globalization to the point where:

Financial Times: Sir Jeremy said 2020 had been a “spectacular year” for science, pointing to global co-operation.

Farrar: Science has delivered in 2020. Advances in science often come out of crises.

Wellcome also cooperates with the CCP on genomic surveillance experiments. So whatever you do, from a Farrar/Wellcome perspective, don’t rock the China boat.

Didn't find anything on Farrar’s own financial links with China, nothing obvious. My feeling is that, unlike some of his colleagues, he’s not motivated by greed or even vanity like your Lipkins and your Daszaks. The money generated by these China investments is important, but only insofar as it funds the manifestation of Farrar’s globalist vision.

Power is Jeremy’s thing - not money. He’s an idealist. This idealism involves a vision of a centralized world where he's pulling the strings.

This Oneness overlaps with the idealism of totalitarian regimes such as the CCP - who are all for Oneness too!

Farrar, June, 2014: Ten years ago, China blocked access. But now China is transparent and superb at disease monitoring.

Like everyone, Farrar thinks he’s doing this for the common-good - especially the ‘poor people in developing countries’. It’s how he justifies it. It’s why he identifies with the broad strokes of Communism (honed over 15 years in Vietnam?) It's why he finds common ground with the CCP's system of government. It's a constant.

If you wanna see this genomics/AI revolution happen in your lifetime - be the one who has a say over what DNA is selected for, or against, take your rightful place in history - science tells you, totalitarianism is the best way to 'get things done'.

Conclusions - Early Covid Timeline

by dulan drift, Monday, August 16, 2021, 09:27 (414 days ago) @ dulan drift

Recap:

Sep-Nov 2019: A super-contagious coronavirus emerges in Wuhan right-next-door to a lab engineering super-contagious coronaviruses. Daszak, Baric et al had been collaborating with WIV scientists, including Gof experiments, for 15 years - (Last One To Work at WIV (LOTW@WIV) Danielle Anderson (Aussie/Duke))

Early-Mid-Dec: The word ‘SARS’ (‘feidian’) begins spiking on Chinese social media.

Dec 31: China alerts WHO to ‘unusual pneumonia’ in Wuhan.

Dec 31: Taiwanese health experts warn WHO about human-to-human transmission. The warning is ignored. (Two weeks later WHO is still saying there's "no evidence". When the clamour grows in Taiwan, a free country, Tedros accuses the Taiwanese of being racist.)

Jan 5: Using an Illumina sequencing machine, Prof Zhang Yongzhen (Kunming/Fudan Uni/CDC/STAsian of the Year), at a CDC facility in Beijing, completed the sequencing of SARS-Cov-2 and shared it with his [“long-time collaborator” Eddie Holmes (Sydney Uni/NSW Scientist of the Year). Holmes “helped him work out what it meant” - he was the only non-Chinese scientist granted access at this point.

Jan 10: Zhang grants permission/tells Holmes to share the sequencing online. Holmes immediately sends it to Andrew Rambaut (Edinburgh).

Jan 11: Holmes tweets that the genome is now available at Virological.org (Rambaut’s website).

Jan 11-31: Holmes and Rambaut collaborate with Garry (Tulane), Andersen (Scripps/WuXi PharmaTech) to analyse the virus and draft Prox O whilst communicating with Farrar/Fauci/Collins.

Jan 31: Andersen emails Fauci to say “some of the features (potentially) look engineered. .. Eddie, Bob, Mike, and myself all find the genome inconsistent with expectations from evolutionary theory.” (Andersen’s brackets)

Feb 1/(Feb 2 Aus): Draft of Prox O complete. Pivotal teleconference organized/chaired by Farrar with Fauci, Collins, Prox O authors, Koopmans (WHO), Ferguson, Fouchier to form “agreement on next steps”.

Feb 2 or 3: Teleconference organized by Farrar with Tedros, (includes Fauci and Collins) to lock in a “prevaricating” Tedros.

It was in these two crisis meetings where the Covid Conspiracy was formulated. They went into the Feb 1 meeting likely believing it was a lab-leak - came out with a co-ordinated plan to cover that up. Then Farrar/Fauci/Collins on-sold it to WHO. Which wasn't hard.

The rest is history.

As Garry agrees on a TWIV interview, “At that time (Feb 1) there was barely any infection outside of China, right? Yeah, that true.”

In fact there was only one case of local transmission in the US by then. So the window to take decisive action to stop the spread, stop all that followed, was still open when the teleconference was held.

That’s where the culpability comes in.

Inside the Feb 1 Teleconference

by dulan drift, Tuesday, August 17, 2021, 07:45 (413 days ago) @ dulan drift

Inside the infamous Feb 1 teleconference - there were some colorful characters online.

You think Fauci is bad - there was also Fouchier, the controversial GoF advocate who "souped-up" bird flu. Reminds you Genomics and GoF go hand-in-hand.

One day i want to recreate the dialogue from that meeting, but more than that, i want to get this thread finished. Here’s the thrust coming from Farrar who chaired the meeting:

  • Whatever we say here is classified. We need to speak openly to make the right decisions. To speak openly, we need to know that this discussion will remain strictly confidential. If you’re uncomfortable with that then you should leave this call. (nobody leaves)
  • Good. So yes, it looks like it was engineered - in WIV - probably. Sorry to say. But wait- it gets worse - appears the GoF research that contributed to it was funded by NIH.
  • Given the climate of anti-science/globalism that already exists, that i’ve been warning about, that spells death to all our One Health genomic GoF visions/funding - everything we’ve all worked so hard for... the end...
  • Or...
  • We pivot. We come out fighting. Turn this negative into a positive.
  • Present a plausible alternative - as Kristian will outline - pangolin/wetmarket - say ‘it could take years - we may never know' etc - same as Anthrax, same as SARS. But don’t say Anthrax, obviously, haha. But the point is: it worked then, it will work now.
  • If it hadn't happened with a Gof experiment in Wuhan, who knows, it may have eventually happened by natural means anyway - theoretically speaking... It was a race against time - we did our best. Accidents have always been a part of science - we can still feel proud of what we have achieved.
  • Positives: If you forget about the real origin for a minute, this virus is exactly what we have been predicting, preparing for. It is still the perfect plat-storm to execute our One Health dream. We can make this disruption work for us. One Lie. One Health. One Planet. We can still sail upon the rising tide - turn it to advantage - for the common-good. But it’s now or never...
  • As scientists, leaders, we accept the heavy burden of responsibility. It is our job to see the longer term picture. To weigh the inputs - then make the tough decision that will affect not only the future of science, but the path of humanity.
  • All in favour say ‘Aye’.
  • (Unanimous 'Aye')

FAQ: But what if we get caught?
Ans: (powered by FactCheck.global.com): By whom, haha? We have Big-Everything on our side. Worked fine all the other times.

Inside the Feb 1 Meeting

by dan, Tuesday, August 17, 2021, 08:19 (413 days ago) @ dulan drift

Testing 4, 5, 6

Feb 1-2 Teleconferences - Outcomes

by dulan drift, Wednesday, August 18, 2021, 09:52 (412 days ago) @ dulan drift

So what was the “agreement on the next steps” engineered by Farrar in those crucial meetings? Here's what we know:

Action: Launch Proximal Origin through Nature multiplied by Lancet Statement.
Goal: Present a united front work department of ‘the world’s leading experts’ - to support the CCP’s version of the virus’s origin/save Genomics.
Responsibility: Prox O: Farrar, Andersen, Holmes, Garry, Rambaut, Lipkin (Celebrity-Scientist salesman duties)
LS: Farrar, Koopmans, Daszak/EcoHealth
Note: Farrar/Fauci/Collins to liaise with Nature/Lancet

Action: Praise the CCP’s response/transparency
Goal: Shield CCP - to save One Health
Resp: Farrar, Lipkin, Daszak, Holmes, Andersen, WHO

Action: Vilify anyone asking questions as a ‘crackpot conspiracy theorist’ - de-platform them.
Goal: Marginalize those looking to uncover the truth. Control the narrative.
Resp: All. Farrar/Fauci/Collins to liaise with media/big-tech owners re de-platforming.

Action: Say we want to ‘take the politics out’ whilst praising CCP’s ‘science-based’ approach. Emphasise the sovereign authority of ‘the science’ - which we will control through PO and LS.
Goal: Remove any politics - except for our own of course - and the CCP’s
Resp: All. Fauci/Farrar/Lipkin will coordinate this tactic with CCP (Gao/KeChiang).

Action: Downplay the severity of Covid. Say it’s not as bad as SARS/seasonal flu
Goal: ? *
Resp: (Lipkin, Koopmans, WHO)

Action: Advise (non-Chinese) people not to wear masks
Goal: ? *
Resp: (Farrar/SAGE, Fauci, Lipkin (TS32:30), Tedros/WHO)

Action: Keep borders with China open as long as possible
Goal: ? *
Resp: Farrar/SAGE, Fauci, WHO

Action: Distribute a Covid testing system - that we know doesn't work.
Goal: ?*
Resp: Collins/Fauci/NIH (TS:1:58)

* The last four intrigue me. If you wanted Covid to explode - that is exactly what you would do: It’s not serious, don’t wear masks, keep international travel pumping, introduce a useless test.

If making sure the Covid genie got out of the bottle was the plan, it worked a treat.

This adds a new level of potential culpability: it's one thing to activate a cover-up to protect the One Health/CCP Genomics/GoF vision - but did our scientist MOU's deliberately make it worse in order to achieve that goal?

Interestingly, from very early on, the CCP’s official line was ‘listen to the scientific experts’. They’ve stuck to that consistently throughout. That Indicates the above tactics were co-ordinated.

'The fix was in' from the beginning.

Who Dunnit & Why?

by dulan drift, Monday, August 23, 2021, 08:08 (407 days ago) @ dulan drift

First question is ‘Did what?’ There are two components:
1. The lab-exit event
2. The cover-up.

Let’s leave the lab-exit ‘til last.

The Cover-up Allegation: Concocted then sold the pangolin/wet market cover story - to the world. Motive: Divert attention from potential lab-escape of juiced-up superbug from WIV - the CCP’s top-bio-defense/weapons compound.

Consequence/Culpability:

Allowed virus the crucial window it needed to irretrievably escape. Could still have been eradicated in late-Jan to early-Feb - if only the world had been alerted to the possibility of a lab-weaponized virus on the loose - and acted accordingly - and/or followed Taiwan’s advice. Instead our Feb-1 Teleconferencers attacked/marginalized those trying to raise the alarm, downplayed Covid’s seriousness, advised against masks/travel bans on China, implemented a dud test.

Consequences of that:

A lot of Death: Up there with biggest mass-murdering in the history of murder - theoretically speaking - if there was a cover-up.

Rise of the Scientific Expert: Rise (Anthrax) and mega-Rise (Covid) of the Scientific Expert as Sovereign Authority - on Everything - on One Planet.

The War on Freedoms ('due to Covid'): Freedoms of speech, assembly, movement, rights to privacy have hereby been suspended. Please scan the VaxApp as a condition of entry into the new normal One Health society.

Mass-vaccination of the planet: Like it or loathe it - it is happening - with numerous, experimental vaccines. Never happened before. Not like this. Accompanying introduction/enforcement of ‘vaccine apartheid’. We still don’t know how vaccines will play out. Will they succeed in wiping out Covid - saving the day? Or will partially effective vaccines drive the virus to mutate - making everything worse - such as when health experts misused antibiotics? Guaranteed winners either way are industry health experts, including our teleconferencers (read 'gazillions' for the top-end).

Vilification: Barrage of weird name-calling behaviour exhibited by world’s leading experts. Amplified by platform dominance to whip up mob-anger against anyone saying a lab-exit should be investigated. Unfortunately, the wind went out of that, whereupon the vaccine and/or lockdown/lose-all-our-freedoms-hesitant became the new targets.

Money Printing: Fringe concept, Modern Monetary Theory, adopted globally to prop up economies. The mid-long term consequences are about to play out. Will printing money prove to be a magic panacea? Or will there be a harvest of economic ruin with associated health outcomes?

United Front: With Farrar/Fauci/CCP calling the shots, the media/Big-Tech, most politicians, united to promote pangolin/wet market story/suppress the truth. Media, remarkably, curbed all journalistic instincts to not report on the scandal-of-the-century. Decades in the making, this alliance was activated as a cohesive whole during Covid - with frightening power and effect. What was previously below the surface - became manifest. That might turn out to be a silver-lining.

Chief Suspects

by dulan drift, Tuesday, August 24, 2021, 09:59 (406 days ago) @ dulan drift

Ringleaders: Farrar, Fauci, Collins, George Gao, Zhong Nan-shan

Prox O authors: Andersen, Holmes, Garry, Rambaut, Lipkin

Lancet Statement drafters/signatories: Daszak, Pohlmann, Karesh, Perlman et al

EcoHealth/WIV: Daszak, Colwell, Shi Zhengli, Yuan Zhiming, Wang Yanyi et al

WHO: Tedros, Ryan, Embarek, Alyward, Koopmans, Dwyer et al

GoF Champions (who also campaigned against investigation of lab-exit info): Fouchier, Baric (later backflipped), Racaniello, Drosten, Doherty

Editors-in-Chief of Nature, Science, Lancet: Skipper, Thorp, Horton - plus Jon Cohen (Science) who wrote the blueprint for cover-up.

Scripps/WuXi: Van Gorder, Ge Li

(In conjunction with: Xi Jinping - Li Keqiang - Zhao Lijian - Bezos - Zuckenberg - Page/Brin/Wojcicki - Bill & Melinda - Stephenson (AT&T/CNN) - Viner (Oxford, editor-in-chief Guardian/Scott Trust (dominated by Oxford)), the rest of the Big-Everything set … (Let's leave Dorsey off this list - Twitter did allow debate at least.))

Dozens of Others: The above names are only those who jumped-out in my limited research - it’s by no means an exhaustive list. But one could be made for the top echelon.

Note: Several scientists are in multiple groupings (notably EcoHealth, Lancet Statement signatories, GoF Champions, WHO) but are only listed once. For example, Drosten is a Gof Champ, Lancet signatory, and you could argue a Ringleader as well. Farrar is a member of the Ringleader, WHO, Lancet groups.

Suspects 2 - Anthrax and THE Science Community.

by dulan drift, Wednesday, August 25, 2021, 07:36 (405 days ago) @ dulan drift

The media kept telling us: “(T)he vast majority of scientists who have studied the virus agree that it evolved naturally” and were tired of fighting “conspiracy theories that have plagued attempts to keep people informed during the pandemic (such as) the idea that the coronavirus was created in a laboratory.”

That tells me that the vast majority of scientists@universities/institutions are complicit. Way too many to name here. (Which doesn’t mean you can’t slip-in Columbia, Duke, Scripps, Nth Carolina, Tulane, Edinburgh, Oxford, EcoHealth, Sydney, UQ, CSRIO (Ozzie ozzie ozzie!)).

Therefore: the reigning scientific culture is out-of-fucking-control.

This is not surprising. The best indicator of future performance is past performance ...

In 2001 ‘The Science’ culture was so off-the-rails that it harboured/caused the Anthrax Terrorist Attack. You’d think that’d have to be a ‘red-flag’ moment for this mad-scientist gone maddist culture, right? Reason to investigate/defuse/reform - before it does more damage...!

Under Fauci (and David Franz, now of EcoHealth, then-USAMRIID and Ivins’s boss), the exact opposite happened.

What American bio-defense scientist Bruce Ivins (and his accomplices) wanted - when he(/they) launched the attack (according to the FBI’s 7-year cover-up/bungle of an investigation) - he(/they) got.

  • More bio-defense funding - Check - ‘wildest dreams’ amount
  • War in the middle east - Check - Iraq War-2 to stop anthrax-WMD!
  • More vaccines for soldiers fighting those wars - Check - Ivins, and others at Fort Detrick, were working on an anthrax vaccine. (Interestingly the contract eventually went to a company not associated with Ivins, Coley Pharmaceutical Group, which was acquired by Pfizer.)

Instead of being investigated/reformed, Scientific Expertism grew to become a powerful deep-state force. All the while doing riskier and riskier GoF experiments at bio-defense/weapons labs around the world.

It’s worth noting that anthrax vaccines injected into Gulf War soldiers are blamed for causing Gulf War Illness due to the “harmful anthrax protective antigen PA63”. But the most enduring impact of the Anthrax attacks was the mega-funded power surge injected into bio-scientists. It is this unchecked empowerment that is responsible for our present-day predicament.

Among the Ringleaders of this silent big-bang take-over, Farrar/Fauci/Collins, the ultimate goal is a One Health Planet - the last frontier in our brave new bio-world. But FFC didn't drop-out-of-the-sky and become leaders - they are: from - by - for - the science culture. They can not achieve their goals without it. It takes the village.

THE Science's Bullying Culture

by dulan drift, Thursday, August 26, 2021, 09:02 (404 days ago) @ dulan drift

Reliable sign a culture has gone bad: Bullies emerge as the dominant voice. Then use that power to define the culture - going forward.

Otherwise known as tyranny.

STEM the Bullying: An empirical investigation of abusive supervision in academic science:

Among the 1904 survey participants .. (a)n overwhelming proportion reported either experiencing (84%) or witnessing (59%) abusive supervision, or both (49%). Scores on the Tepper abusive supervision scale (PDF) were higher than other organizational benchmarks.

Tried/failed searching 'Tepper abusive supervision organizational benchmark rankings' to see how “higher”...? Do our nice, balanced scientists, always taking the politics out, do they hold the world record for abusive, unstable behaviour?

Participants reported experiencing the contextual checklist behaviors, especially .. being threatened about having their positions cancelled (51.9%), having the bully encourage others to mistreat them (53.7%) and having their funding taken away or receiving threats of the same (43.4%).

If your doctorate is your life's passion - that’s a worry. What are you gonna do? Buck the system - become a Uber driver? Or play along?

While a majority of perpetrators were male, they were proportionately no more likely to abuse than females. Perpetrators were more likely from the highest-ranked institutions.

Good to know that academics are equal-opportunity abusers.

Meanwhile back at the ranch...

Nature: Six current and former employees are calling for the Wellcome Sanger Institute — one of the world’s top genomic centres — to reopen an investigation that last week cleared its management of bullying, gender discrimination and misuse of grant money. The six were not made aware of Sanger’s response to their allegations .. (and) question the transparency of the investigatory process. “Thus, we could not correct inaccuracies nor could we comment when the Full Report was critical of us.”

Serena Nik-Zainal, whistleblower: For this serious investigation, GRLboard have appointed ONE investigator (a Wellcome lawyer and) .. did not bother to interview all the complainants. ..Terrifying lack of clarity in how conclusion reached.

Wellcome: We are satisfied that a thorough and appropriate investigation has been carried out.

Sounds familiar: When an allegation is made, conduct an ‘investigation’ then dismiss the allegation without revealing details of the investigation.

Wellcome, under Farrar, epitomizes the sad state of the science culture:

  • rife with bullying by those in power
  • dismissive of complaints
  • ‘terrifying’ lack of transparency

It is this same science community culture that has been activated to suppress investigations into the possibility of a lab-leak - bully/financially ostracize the whistleblowers. Business as normal.

The trouble with ‘conspiracy theories’ has always been: How are you going to get so many people to collaborate and stay silent? But if you control the culture, then that takes care of all those moving parts.

The members of that culture are invested - financially/socially/psychologically. They act according to the best interests of the hive - which doubles as their own best interests. Their minds make-up the rest. To the point they vehemently believe it. In the full religious sense of the word.

As Huxley and Orwell warned, many of the members enjoy the pile-on - it appeals to a certain base human instinct. For others, it gradually becomes too problematic to oppose it. There's your livelihood and your family to consider. The ‘sensible’ decision is to comply - abrogate the sins to the system. We know it's corrupt - but whadya gonna do?

That leaves you with a brazen culture of One Health Bullies - unfettered by accountability or the truth - making decisions for the world.

THE Science's Bullying Culture

by dan, Thursday, August 26, 2021, 18:45 (404 days ago) @ dulan drift

The members of that culture are invested - financially/socially/psychologically. They act according to the best interests of the hive - which doubles as their own best interests. Their minds make-up the rest. To the point they vehemently believe it. In the full religious sense of the word.

As Huxley and Orwell warned, many of the members enjoy the pile-on - it appeals to a certain base human instinct. For others, it gradually becomes too problematic to oppose it. There's your livelihood and your family to consider. The ‘sensible’ decision is to comply - abrogate the sins to the system. We know it's corrupt - but whadya gonna do?

That leaves you with a brazen culture of One Health Bullies - unfettered by accountability or the truth - making decisions for the world.

I think what you've done here is dissect a network, or a foundation for a network, of forces that results in the truth being buried, or at least ignored, or shunned.

I don't mean to steer this in the direction of 911 at all. But, nobody can explain this video of WTC7 collapsing. My point is that to even raise the question of why it collapsed results in persecution. Check this out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nqbUkThGlCo.

This has been out in the open for, what, 20 years? And still if I were to ask in polite company what brought this building down, I'd be met with anger, laughs, but mostly peoople not knowing it even happened.

We're facing the same type of event now. In fact this event is far more disastrous. It's the exact same type of social, economic, and professional manipulation. Toe the line. Don't rock the boat.

But these are enormous questions we're asking. Who was it what said that the bigger the lie, the harder it is to disbelieve? Here's some background:

“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.”

This is an excellent definition of the “Big lie,” however, there seems to be no evidence that it was used by Nazi propaganda chief Joseph Goebbels, though it is often attributed to him.

The original description of the big lie appeared in Mein Kampf. Adolf Hitler applied it to the behavior of Jews rather than as a tactic he advocated. Specifically, he accused Viennese Jews of trying to discredit the Germans’ activities during World War I. Hitler wrote of the Jews’ “unqualified capacity for falsehood” and “that in the big lie there is always a certain force of credibility; because the broad masses of a nation are always more easily corrupted in the deeper strata of their emotional nature than consciously or voluntarily; and thus in the primitive simplicity of their minds they more readily fall victims to the big lie than the small lie, since they themselves often tell small lies in little matters but would be ashamed to resort to large-scale falsehoods. It would never come into their heads to fabricate colossal untruths, and they would not believe that others could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously. Even though the facts which prove this to be so may be brought clearly to their minds, they will still doubt and waver and will continue to think that there may be some other explanation…. From time immemorial, however, the Jews have known better than any others how falsehood and calumny can be exploited.”

The OSS psychological profile of Hitler described his use of the big lie:
His primary rules were: never allow the public to cool off; never admit a fault or wrong; never concede that there may be some good in your enemy; never leave room for alternatives; never accept blame; concentrate on one enemy at a time and blame him for everything that goes wrong; people will believe a big lie sooner than a little one; and if you repeat it frequently enough people will sooner or later believe it.

Goebbels did describe the big lie in different language in an article he wrote in 1941, “Churchill’s Lie Factory,” but he was accusing the British of the ploy:
The English follow the principle that when one lies, one should lie big, and stick to it. They keep up their lies, even at the risk of looking ridiculous.

Randall Bytwerk argues that neither Hitler nor Goebbels would admit to lying. Goebbels, “always maintained that propaganda had to be truthful. That doesn’t mean he didn’t lie, but it would be a pretty poor propagandist who publicly proclaimed that he was going to lie.”

THE Science's Bullying Culture

by dan, Thursday, August 26, 2021, 18:46 (404 days ago) @ dan

Just to be clear, WTC7 was never hit by a plane.

THE Science's Bullying Culture

by dan, Friday, August 27, 2021, 19:31 (403 days ago) @ dulan drift

As Huxley and Orwell warned, many of the members enjoy the pile-on - it appeals to a certain base human instinct. For others, it gradually becomes too problematic to oppose it. There's your livelihood and your family to consider. The ‘sensible’ decision is to comply - abrogate the sins to the system. We know it's corrupt - but whadya gonna do?

This is exactly it. This explains everything we've been talking about with regards to censorship, even to the point of not even discussing certain topics.

So now, most people, myself included, feel uncomfortable even discussing the following in public, say, at lunch with friends or coworkers or at a family gathering:

  • origin of covid
  • vaccination
  • 911
  • the Kennedy assassination

We don't feel comfortable even bringing these topics up for discussion, the very topics that affect us the most. If this is not censorship, what is?

What's worse, far worse, is that as a society we're losing the ability to listen to other viewpoints and consider changing our own. I would welcome the opportunity to sit down and discuss how WTC7 might have been brought down... by what... shrapnel? OK! If that's possible, I'd like to learn more. I'm willing to accept that COVID did come from a wet market, if that can be demonstrated. I'm open to that.

But we've lost the ability to even discuss this as a society, or world in the case of covid. So basically, we're fucked.

THE Science's Bullying Culture

by dulan drift, Saturday, August 28, 2021, 06:51 (402 days ago) @ dan

But we've lost the ability to even discuss this as a society, or world in the case of covid. So basically, we're fucked.

Turns out we're not allowed to discuss Covid - due to Covid.

I don't know anything about 911 or building 7 - but yeah - i now have an open mind to whatever the subject is - to discuss, as you say. What i do know, from research into Covid, is that the capacity to perpetrate whoppers on society both exists and is employed

We are living in a world where, if you want to know the truth, you've got to DIY the research - coz you're not gonna get it from the mainstream media - the government - or the experts. That's annoying.

Covid medication is a good example. I really want to know what i can take to give myself a fighting chance - but try going through the official FDA recommendations or TGA in Australia - public-funded bodies. They should be working around the clock to help us - but there's nothing - except Remdesivir - which isn't effective - it's just a cash cow for a few rich immoral people.

That puts us in the the absurd situation where the public has to scramble around trying to work out the complicated world of medicine - in a life or death situation - while our money is being spent on people who have that knowledge but are withholding it from us - coz they want us to take their vaccines.

Why Dunnit?

by dulan drift, Saturday, August 28, 2021, 09:39 (402 days ago) @ dulan drift

This is a round-up list of motives. You can safely skip it if you’ve already got the picture - there's no new evidence. To qualify, each motive must be adversely affected - to a large degree - by public knowledge of a lab-exit.

Oneness Idealism: One Health and Totalitarianism love/need data centralization - with themselves as overlords. This has spawned a seamless collaboration between the CCP/western scientists. If it got out that Covid was caused by this alliance that would be disastrous for both parties. Global Oneness? Forget about it.

Genomic surveillance: Farrar is referred to by his colleagues as “shrewd”, “massively driven”, and a “visionary … not afraid to take risks”. He has seen the future of “disruptive unbelievable changes” - knows it’s coming a lot faster than most people realize. The next 25 years. It’s already happening. Central to this visionaryism is AI multiplied by the Genomics Revolution/Precision Medicine. Farrar knows this is best achieved through the One Health approach in collaboration with the CCP - like-minded genomics enthusiasts - not slowed down by ethics or public questioning red tape. Farrar is aware of the ‘dark side’ but believes the good outweighs the bad. On one hand, Covid is a God-send for genomic surveillance. On the other, if Covid was the result of cutting-edge science gone wrong ...?

GoF Research: The fuel that stokes genomics. Farrar is keenly aware of the public's ethics misgivings. If it became known that Covid was caused by GoF experiments, that's not gonna be good. It’s significant that Fouchier, the world’s leading Gof practitioner/advocate, was one of those invited to the Feb 1 teleconference.

Money: Apart from the gazillions on offer for those at the helm of the genomics revolution, the bulk of researchers rely on public-funding. Increasingly, China has become a source of funding for western scientists/universities - the 1000 Talents Program being but one such initiative. All that would be disrupted. Why bite the hand that’s feeding you?

The Common-good: Farrar is an idealist. He is well-paid but it’s not the money that motivates him. He, like every powerful person from Hitler to Xi Jinping, like all the One Health fanatics, believe they are doing it for the ‘common-good' - to make the world a better place. Once you’ve convinced yourself of this, you are ‘liberated’ from the normal constraints of morality. The Great Unmooring. You can now lie, cheat, cover-up - even murder - it’s all justified in the name of a ‘higher-truth’.

(continues in next post)

Why Dunnit? (cont.)

by dulan drift, Saturday, August 28, 2021, 09:53 (402 days ago) @ dulan drift

Politics: Far from ‘taking the politics out’, our protagonists are radical political activists. The science community, with Farrar/Fauci/Fouchier/Collins/Drosten leading the way, in conjunction with Big-Everything and the CCP (totalitarianism) - that’s one mother-fucking-powerful force. Confronted by growing distrust of globalism - the concept as well its key institutions (WHO, UN, The World Bank) - it was time to take action. ‘If not now - when? If not us - who?’ This threat to globalism which had been simmering in the populace, on the internet, was then embodied by Brexit. Then the elections of Trump and Johnson.

Farrar’s NIH speech, months before Covid broke, was a call to political arms. The hatred for those fanning the anti-globalization zeitgeist was intense - it produced an emotional/obsessive reaction focused on Trump. They could not stop thinking about him. ‘To beat him', it was resolved, 'we need to get our hands dirty.' (Or put up a candidate with charisma - unfortunately we don't have any - coz we onenessed charisma to death.)

We also need allies. If the CCP is an enemy of anti-globalists, it’s a friend of ours. Whatever it takes to win this crucial battle in the history of humanity - for humanity - it's our duty to do it. If it gets out scientists/CCP caused Covid - that will hand him 4 more years to wreak destruction - for sure. That can not/will not be allowed to happen.

Power: An oldie but a goodie. Being the head of the One Health movement is a powerful Master of the Universe position. Unencumbered by election cycles, FFC have been entrenched at the top for decades. Power is addictive - the mind will tell you to do anything it takes to protect/grow it.

Legacy: Be the one who goes down in history (by making history go down on you). When FFC/CCP talk about Oneness, sailing the rising tide of AI/genomics, it’s with themselves at the helm - determining the characteristics of that Oneness in the brave new world. Sir Jeremy, you will go down in history - maybe not the way you dreamt of.

United Front Work Department: This CCP organization, documented by Clive Hamilton, Richard Noske, and Mareike Ohlberg, has spent decades infiltrating democratic countries - actually all kinds. The simple aim is to influence the influencers. A key target in this movement is the academic community. Whereas politicians come and go, academics, like CPP officials, remain constant.

Non-Chinese academics are won over by a mixture of flattery, collaboration, money, power, and probably the odd honey-trap. The ‘flattery' aspect should not be under-emphasized. In a climate where scientists feel under threat from a ‘populist anti-science’ movement, they are prone to the reassurance of a warm embrace from a system of government that ‘understands’ them. Especially when it comes to One Health ambitions. The co-ordination outlined earlier whereby the experts were saying the CCP was “open and transparent” and the CCP was saying ‘listen to the experts’ was not a coincidence. It is evidence of the scale of the collaboration that exists - one that was activated worldwide upon the advent of Covid - to cover-up it’s origin. The exposure of Covid as a lab-exit would simultaneously expose this United Front network that goes all the way to the top. Can’t have that.

Who Dunnit? The Lab-exit

by dulan drift, Tuesday, August 31, 2021, 08:59 (399 days ago) @ dulan drift

Lab-exit Allegation: Covid is a weaponized coronavirus - that accidentally escaped.

Produced by:

  • engineering at WIV
  • and/or
  • passaging in lab-animals/human cells/‘humanized-mice’ and/or the application of immune pressure - common lab-techniques to accelerate/manipulate evolution (that leave no trace) - at WIV - which was/is doing GoF on bat viruses.

Persons of Interest:

Daszak, Baric, Aleksei Chmura (all EcoHealth), Danielle Anderson (Aus, Melb Uni/Duke), Wang Lin-fa (Aus, CSIRO/Duke), Zhang Shu-yi (Aus, CSIRO), Yu Meng (Aus, CSIRO). (Apart from the Prox O authors, Duke was the main research institute pushing the pangolin narrative. Pangolin might still be the key - but inserted by an intermediate species - humans -"parsimoniously" speaking.)

The above were involved in paid collaborations with WIV - led (scientifically) by:

Shi Zhengli, Zhou Peng.

Note 1: Quite possible elements of the above were operating rogue - to the point where even the CCP didn't comprehend the full extent of the Pete & Ralph GoF Show they'd signed up for. Did the CCP get more than they'd bargained for?

Note: Being a ‘person of interest’ is not, of course, the same as being guilty of engineering Covid. Some may be partially complicit. One or two - may not have been aware (the idiot defense).

But if the charges were: snuggling up to a fascist regime to perform risky bio-weapon/defense GoF research on coronaviruses, then, as Cruel Sea put it: 'Better get a lawyer son - betta get a real good one'.

The whole 'taking the politics out' line is/always was a 'non-truth'. It's a 3-move checkmate to disproven. Stripped back it means 'take everyone else's politics out'.

It's therefore likely the above hold insider, 'proximal origin' information - which at this late stage - will be self-incriminating. They would be understandably reluctant to whistle-blow. Think what's at stake - all that death...

How to proceed:

To properly investigate the origin of Covid, our scientists must be interviewed, in depth. The whole ‘good cop - bad cop’ routine - lie detectors - immunity/witness protection for the first one to come clean. Throw in deluxe-suite plastic surgery that will make you unrecognizable - only available for the first caller in the next 10 minutes.

Pete & Ralph would be racing to dial.

Science plays a part in determining the origin - but Covid is a criminal case - it can best be solved with an overarching criminal investigation. Bring on the detectives.

Unfortunately, the strategic 'non-decision' the US intelligence agencies made with its Covid investigation smells like the bungling 7-year Antrhax investigation - doesn't fill me with optimism we'll see a genuine attempt to hold those responsible to account. Way less so in Australia - where a high proportion of 'persons of interest' reside.

Pity - coz “the outcome of such research will be invaluable in formulating control strategies for potential future outbreaks caused by viruses that are similar to, but different from, SARS-CoV(-2)"

Non-engineered lab origin

by dulan drift, Tuesday, August 31, 2021, 09:09 (399 days ago) @ dulan drift

It’s possible a lab worker was infected by a bat virus whilst collecting/handling bat samples at the facility - but i doubt it.

Why? Coz we’ve never seen a coronavirus this contagious and deadly before.

It’s important to remember that a coronavirus is the common-cold. The key word is common - but relatively harmless (flu being the one you have to worry about). The common cold has been with humans/animals since our time here began. We pass it around to each other. That may even be a good thing.

But then, with the funding splurge that followed Anthrax, scientists increasingly began playing around with viruses at bio-defense/weapons labs to enhance their lethality ( to protect us - against “potential future outbreaks” ... )

Lo ‘n behold, 20 years ago, SARS, the first ever deadly cold in the history of humans, appeared. The origin of which has never been adequately explained, despite what you constantly hear - due to a well-documented cover-up. Even the greatest CCP-apologists such as Farrar, Daszak, Lipkin, Andersen, Holmes, and Dwyer refer to how much more “open and transparent” the CCP is this time - compared to SARS-1.

An interesting exercise would be to put the increase in study/funding of bioweapons/defense pathogens on a graph - then put it next to the increase in the emergence of deadly pathogens - you’re going to see an uncanny similarity in trajectories.

Although it's possible it's all another 'coincidence', the most plausible explanation for how the common-cold made this astonishing transformation from ‘harmless’ to 'killing millions' is: human engineering (The oft-used claim that 'climate-change' caused it doesn't make sense.)

The horrifying part is, if it was engineered, we can never put this genie back in the bottle. Potentially, these are gain-of-function leaps to lethality that the virus never would have made on its own - if only it’d been left alone.

Deliberate Release?

by dulan drift, Wednesday, September 01, 2021, 09:01 (398 days ago) @ dulan drift

I lean towards an accidental lab-exit. Using the same lab-origin reasoning whereby a super-contagious coronavirus emerges right-next-door to a lab engineering super-contagious coronaviruses - if i was going to deliberately release it, i wouldn’t do it right-next-door to the same lab that engineered it. I’d do it in Hong Kong. Or New York. Or Xinjiang. Anywhere but Wuhan. (Not to say it wasn’t being groomed as a weapon. As we know, all top-security biodefense/weapons labs are dual purpose.) As such, i’ve been reluctant to canvass the ‘deliberate’ scenario due to a ‘muddying-of-the-waters’ effect.

However, if we've learned anything along the journey it's this: Don’t dismiss anything. A proper investigation demands all options be considered.

Here are some nagging points why it may have been deliberate.

Revenge: The United Front Work Department/One-everything network would have felt threatened by the pivot-away from China under the Trump administration, which in turn, rose to power on the back of a growing anti-globalization movement - inspired by Clinton’s charisma-less globalization agenda.

Trump was an egotist who wrong-footed a long line of opponents through the simple tactic of upsetting the apple-cart.

Actions attract attention/reactions. Create their own swirling universe. The media became obsessed with the guy - totally the wrong tactic. On one side Fox was warily praising him - on the other even more time was devoted to attacking him. Either way he had everyone focused on him - they fell into his black-hole - exactly as he wanted. (note: both sides 'sold a lot of papers')

By reacting, rather than thinking originally, the neo-lib/United Front influencers backed themselves into irrational and indefensible positions based on: ‘He said this - i’m going to take the opposite position!’ - forget about whether it’s right or wrong.

Trapped inside that funk, burning with hatred, did the release of a bio-weapon offer a way to fight back? It did work, if that was the goal. Your arch enemy - cruising towards a second term - removed from office - due to Covid.

Thucydides Trap: The CCP may have decided war was inevitable (Thucydides Trap). It could well be. The depth of righteous injustice that many Chinese feel with regard to their historical mistreatment by the West and Japan should not be underestimated. The bully forgets quicker than the bullied. China was the victim of bio-weapons during WW2 at the hands of the Japanese. Most Chinese also believe the US employed bio-warfare (p24) during the Korean War. If you have determined war is inevitable, then this, potentially, provides justification for getting on the front foot by releasing Covid.

Hong Kong: Pre-Covid, the HK protest was at its zenith. Beijing was faced with the prospect of compromise (actually, just stick to the One-county Two-systems deal) - or another Tiananmen Square. Covid succeeded in crushing the protest without a shot being fired - which is the ultimate goal in Sun Tzu's Art of War. The Art of War is not merely some pop-Sino buzz-phrase - it’s a core, ‘long-march’ tactic - also embodied by the United Front Work Department's creeping influence.

Deliberate Release? (cont.)

by dulan drift, Wednesday, September 01, 2021, 09:28 (398 days ago) @ dulan drift

Surveillance/War on Freedom: The Great Leap Forward into the Brave New World of totalitarianism - wasn’t started by Covid - but it did give it a tremendous boost - provided justification. If you wanted a magic formula to take it over the top, Covid was it.

The beauty of Covid is that the CCP’s totalitarian ‘system of government’ can be demonstrated as the best way to counter it - lockdowns, surveillance, erosion of freedoms, vaccine dependence on the state.

As Farrar/Koopmans/Nature noted: It will be a challenge to persuade countries to invest in a new surveillance system, for example, before its general effectiveness has been demonstrated at a country level.

The worldwide rise of the CCP ’system of government’ as the primary model for tackling Covid, led CCP-scholar, Li Yi, to brag that “We're pushing America out of existence”.

The Military Games: Haven’t researched this, but Daily Mail journalists raised it. Most likely provides evidence of the virus (and the cover-up) emerging earlier than reported, but if you wanted a global-seeding event for a new bio-weapon, then the Wuhan Military Games, held in Oct 2019, fits the bill - may tempt you to release it in Wuhan. Reports have emerged of athletes having “COVID-like symptoms and describ(ing) the city as a 'ghost town'” - over a month before Covid emerged.

Weird Advice: The Feb 1-2 teleconferences launched some weird advice - with devastating consequences. The participants:

  • downplayed the severity
  • said there’s no evidence of human-to-human transmission
  • advised against masks and closing borders
  • introduced a dud-test

Now this could be explained by ‘the pivot’ - whereby they knew it was a lab-leak but determined that the spread of Covid could be made to work in their favour - but it also supports a deliberate release. (Hard to think of other reasons - only stupidity left.) If you’ve gone to the trouble of engineering and releasing a virus, you’re gonna want to make sure that shit takes hold.

Eco-evangelism: Most/(All?) our protagonists are eco-evangelists, best exemplified by Daszak and his Eco(evangelist)Health Alliance. Shi Zhengli also famously said “(t)he novel 2019 coronavirus is nature punishing the human race for keeping uncivilised living habits.”

Did they decide the best way to ‘bring the world to its senses’ was through the release of Covid? On some levels it has worked. There was a crackdown on ‘wet markets’/wildlife trade, while plane/car travel has plummeted.

Then there were the (erroneous) attempts by the cohort to link Covid to deforestation. Don't know how that's going - much the same, i guess. Seems to be a building boom so far.

Finally, if you're a ‘big-picture’ thinker, you might see the ‘thinning of the herd’ as a good thing - reducing pressure on dwindling resources.

Anthrax: The best indicator of future behaviour is past behaviour. The Mueller led FBI-investigation/cover-up job dragged out for 7-years. Was then announced that Bruce Ivins, a Fort Detrick scientist/FBI expert adviser, did it. Coz he wanted to promote anthrax vaccines - and more money for science. Victims believe others were involved. If mad-scientists deliberately released pathogens then - why not this time?

Conclusion:

Still favour the ‘accidental-exit’ - old-fashioned human error - the above can mostly be explained by ‘turning a negative into a positive’ as previously outlined.


Almost at the end! One last loop-back to Sir Jeremy, we're done.

Dear Sir Jeremy (sports star)

by dulan drift, Sunday, September 05, 2021, 09:48 (394 days ago) @ dulan drift

Although we’ve never met - i feel we know each other in some way. Sorry for all the critical stuff - it doesn’t represent the full picture of what i think - that’s why i’m writing.

Firstly, i don’t think you’re evil. You did what you thought was right. Let’s say: ‘You knew not what you were doing - but you thought you knew.’

Your life is very interesting. It’s a novel - or a play maybe. By the time you sat your A-levels in the UK, you’d lived in Singapore, Malaysia, Egypt, Yemen, NZ (for 6 months - hated it), and then 7-years in Libya (loved it).

You failed those A-levels - your first and last experience of serious failure - until Covid? It was understandable given your “peripatetic childhood” - though it looks like you attended Churcher’s College in the UK from at least the age of 15 in 1977. Doesn’t appear to be a boarding school - so you stayed with relatives? At that time your father was an English teacher in Tripoli as i recall.

You were a teenager - probably had some rebellious stuff with the peripatetics going on - it’d be normal - i would. To your credit, you didn’t give disjointedness as an excuse for flunking. Said you were good at sport - like your father was - said you focussed too much on it.

You were good - both cricket and rugby - made the Churcher’s First XV in Rugby in 1978-79 - and it wasn’t just any old season either:

Churcher’s Hill Annual (PDF): This season will be remembered for, arguably, the best 1st XV Churcher's has produced in its fifty year rugby history.

Whoa! Best team ever! In fact the Churchers won 10 games out of 12. As a champion schoolboy team you toured France. After being moved on by the gendarmes for conducting practice under the Eiffel Tower, part of the group went to visit a museum, while:

...the more sophisticated minority occupied the Left Bank and lunched on wine, cheese, wine, pate, wine, bread and wine, to the evident bewilderment of the Parisien spectators.

Sir Jeremy, sorry to out you, but you were among this group of teenage piss-heads.

The afternoon was spent defending the Parisien public from Tim "baguette" Easlick's sly attacks and bestowing some English Christmas spirit (in the form of an enthusiastic rendition of "O Come All Ye Faithful") upon a crowd of French students chanting "Assassins!" outside the police H.Q. .. Celebrations back at the hotel continued until 3 a.m.

Big night!

Wed 20th: A morning expedition substantiated that Lawrence Fiddler was still alive and meanwhile Jeremy Farrar was sent home with alcohol poisoning.

Yep - you could fail your A-levels by being a binge-drinking lout at 17.

Churcher’s College is a pretty good school though! According to Wikipedia, it’s got four alumni from around your time who you’d say are/were modern day movers and shakers.

  • Howard Drake (aged 65) OBE, High Commissioner to Jamaica from 2010 to 2013, and Ambassador to Chile from 2005 to 2009 High Commissioner to Canada from 2013 to 2017. Retired
  • Rear Adm Philip Mathias (in his 60’s) MBE, Director since 2010 of the Strategic Defence and Security Review (Nuclear), and President in 2004 of the Admiralty Interview Board
  • Dr Richard Dyer (in his 60’s) OBE, Chief Executive from 2006-9 of the Biosciences Federation, and Director from 1994-2005 of the Babraham Institute

    Then there’s you of course - the brightest star:

  • Sir Jeremy Farrar (aged 60) Professor of Tropical Medicine, University of Oxford, Director of the Wellcome Trust, Director of the Covid Conspirators (?)

Dear Sir Jeremy (second chances)

by dulan drift, Sunday, September 05, 2021, 09:57 (394 days ago) @ dulan drift

You then re-sat your A-levels, passed, but still not great, coz you got rejected from all the unis - which is a nice touch - for someone who would go onto rule them all.

Interestingly, 40 years later, you still have nightmares about those exams:

Desert Islands [00:14:25]
I used to wake up with nightmares thinking 'I've got to do my bloody A-levels again' - for years! Uhmm, so it's only in the last year or two I've gotten over that, actually. It's amazing the scars.

Yeah, amazing. So how did you get in?

You got proactive - you went up to stay with your big sister, a nurse in London, to "knock on doors" of all the unis. Still, most of them brushed you off:

Desert Island Discs [00:15:09] I went round all of them and they all said, no, of course, because the world doesn't work like that. Except one. And a character called Robin Forrest who is still alive and still well and still in contact with, opened the door and said, oh, you must be here for the interviews.

So the world does, or doesn't work like that? Or it does and it doesn't?

And I said, making it up, ‘Yeah, actually, I am.’ And obviously people have been written to and I got a place at medical school and I'm eternally grateful.

I'm less eternally grateful, Jeremy, but that's just me - Robin Forrest - your door-opener - i’m guessing it’s this one?

Robin Forrest: Visiting Expert at the Beijing Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, visiting Scientist at Xerox PARC, Honorary Professor of Shandong University, Consultant for General Motors, Boeing, Lockheed, Xerox, Digital, Apple, Philips, Adobe, Rolls-Royce, worked for the defense in various patent cases concerning computer painting systems.

Also wondering was your father, Eric, one of those who helped with ‘the people having been written to’ part? Doesn’t matter, i don’t doubt you’ve got talent. Charm has always been your strong suit - i see how you could have done it. The cocky, quick-witted 19 year-old - with the exotic upbringing - rocking up at universities trying to talk his way in.

Anyway, the important part is you got your foot in the door of academia - the rest being history.

Vietnam

by dulan drift, Wednesday, September 08, 2021, 09:21 (391 days ago) @ dulan drift

Dear Jeremy (cont.),

You strike me as an idealist - who genuinely cares about ‘the poor people in Africa’ - it’s not merely a line - like it is for the others.

My feeling is it has something to do with your time in Vietnam?

You moved there in 1996, aged 35. (I went to Taiwan in 1996 aged 33! Though not to fill an Oxford position, i admit.) So what prompted the move?

Francis Collins,(ts3:30): (You) describe(d) this experience of addressing a conference of neurologists and looking over at a ‘sea of white men’ and thinking ‘I can not spend my life with these people’.

(Ironically 25 years later, you organized the Feb 1 Teleconference with - not a sea of white men as such - more a refined pool of them.)

Here you were at 34, up on stage, the guy who fell short on his A-levels, twice, rejected by all of them - now headlining Oxford conferences - looking out condescendingly over a ‘sea of white men’ - hearing yourself speak in that out-of-body way - hearing them still laugh at your jokes - but taking no pleasure in that.

You were younger, street-smarter, more energetic than them. Brash, idealistic by nature - but not yet sure about what.

The cushy conference scene though - you knew already - 'the answer sure ain't there'. It was not the ‘real’ world. (Technically, everything is the 'real' world - even academic cliques.)

At that time, is it fair to say you were driven by twin, conflictive impulses:

  • gnawing need to authenticate yourself - sense of the imposter (the A-level nightmares?)
  • reservoir feeling that you are special - you were meant for greater things...

After the conference you went to the coffee room for the usual chitchat - overheard someone (do your remember whom?) talking about a gig in Vietnam?

You: Actually it wasn’t in the coffee room, it was actually in the bar, where still things do happen (laughter).

Sorry, my mistake. Bloody Francis Collins - unreliable as usual. So he says you ‘overheard’ a conversation - is that right - or did they approach you?

Uhr, uhm - and they were looking for a director (at Oxford pay, clears throat) of what was then a nascent program (11:21) in Vietnam, Ho Chi Mihn city, in Vietnam, in 1995.

Oh - so it was more of a head-hunting thing? Do you happen to remember ‘they’s’ name(s)? The recruiters? Or is that classified?

Anyway, piqued your curiosity. A few beers later you were in. As you say, things still do happen in bars - Oxford bars at least.

So in 1996 you moved there . Thought ‘a few years tops’ (me too with Taiwan, initially) - then succumb to normalcy by going ... “back to a migraine clinic in Oxford or Edinburgh" (not me too).

In fact stayed 18 very, very happy years living in what is a remarkable country.

Me, a little longer. Very very happy years? - constant very, very happiness is not my metric for weighing existence, but there is a life-affirming spirit in Taiwan that i'll always be grateful for. It's a place where you're allowed to be. Don't get automatically locked up for that. So yeah, also "remarkable country" - especially in today's War on Freedom climate.

The ‘freedom’ from the ‘scientific herd' that the Vietnam anti-freedom system afforded, better suited your restless dreams … while being on the frontline of SARS fed your dare-devil adventurousness.

The chance to co-ordinate with centralized political power holders - to orchestrate operations - for the 'common-good' - that was the clincher though.

Vietnam - 2

by dulan drift, Wednesday, September 08, 2021, 09:39 (391 days ago) @ dulan drift

I’ve always thought Vietnam was a good example of how Communism can work. They kicked the US’s corrupt-arsed invasion out - Ho Chi Minh - (a) won - (b) ran/developed the country without plunging everyone into famine.

Meanwhile, Vietnamese people are spiritual, resilient, funny, respectful, artistic, brave, community-based. Plus the food is great - and it’s geographically beautiful.

Hard not to like that. But it’s not just the Vietnamese people you rave about - you especially lavish praise on the ”remarkable” achievements of Vietnam’s political system, saying it “offers such hope of where a country can develop and change, and embrace the modern world.”

But hang on, Jeremy, Vietnam is, after all, a totalitarian regime. I found this, actually ‘found’ is too fancy, it was the first entry on the search page for 'Vietnam political persecution’. It’s a World Report on Human Rights in Vietnam (there’s a lot of similar reports). It seems at odds with your impression:

World Report: Those who criticize the one party regime face police intimidation, harassment, restricted movement, physical assault, detention, and arrest and imprisonment. Police detain political detainees for months without access to legal counsel and subject them to abusive interrogations.

Pretty sure you’d be safe though, right? In fact they awarded you two medals of honour - the same number Lipkin received from the CCP.

Interestingly, the 2nd listing on the search page, the Amnesty site, also documents “punishment for distributing “disinformation” on the pandemic” , including the censorship of anyone questioning the official origin and/or draconian lockdowns (with the help of Facebook of course.)

As someone who is big on lockdowns and censoring origin talk, i can see how you would love that - how you would enthuse that the Vietnam regime “offers such hope of where a country can develop and change, and embrace the modern world” without being slowed down by accountability.

Yeah - no. I'd still rather Taiwan as a symbol of ‘hope for embracing the modern world’ - it’s a free country for a start.

But Taiwan’s not your favourite topic is it? I know that coz i tried searching ‘Jeremy Farrar Taiwan’ - Captain Covid, architect of the world’s Covid response/cover-up(?) - and - Taiwan - the country that was by far the most successful in the world at containing it - without draconian lockdowns. Surely there would be some cross-over mention…?

But nothing. Nada. That simple word, ‘Taiwan’ has never left your lips in public.

Why is that, Jeremy?

As a world health expert - could you not bring yourself to ‘take the politics out’ for five minutes? To analyse whether the world had/has something to learn from Taiwan’s investigation of the origin of Covid - it’s exemplary handling/control of the disease? What happened to the 'common-good'?

Sorry, those are rhetorical questions. We both know why. Idealistically, you prefer totalitarianism (with yourself near the apex) - one planet and all that. A democracy like Taiwan where people are still allowed to question you, is only going to mess that up.

Vietnam 3 - SARS

by dulan drift, Thursday, September 09, 2021, 08:48 (390 days ago) @ dulan drift

Six years into Vietnam you found yourself “in the middle of SARS” - thereby cementing a close relationship with another communist regime, the CCP. The number of Covid Conspirators who cut their teeth on SARS is striking - yourself, Lipkin, Dwyer, Embarek, Shi, Holmes, Daszak - to name a few - all rusted-on CCP fans.

As you say, through SARS, you "got to know China’s CDC very well - you count George Gao, the head of China’s CDC, as an "old friend".

By 2014 you were praising China as “transparent and superb” - which is weird language to describe a health regime that was simultaneously involved in the systemic organ-harvesting of Falun Gong prisoners of conscience.

But you were “very, very happy”(?) to turn a blind-eye to that.

Because if you did, you were allowed a seat amongst the power-elites of totalitarian countries. Where big picture stuff can/does happen.

In the clinic - you felt too 'downstream' - dealing with patients who are the results of something else - you felt helpless - you watched a colleague/friend die from SARS.

[00:07:24]
...you can (only) do so much as a doctor or a nurse. It makes you question your whole professionalism. It makes you question why you're there and why you're in the hospital looking after people.

You needed to get upstream - with the big boys - where things do happen. That first exercise of 'real' power was an adrenaline rush - instantly addictive - you revel in the surge of this incredibly strong central CDC in China”. Reaffirmed in your mind: centralized government gets shit done. It’s a constant theme in your speeches. As you nsay with Singapore: (TS 10:20) “You may or may not like the political system - but never-the-less - enormous progress over time.”

From SARS the key lesson you learned is: in a crisis, act fast - “don’t wait for the data”. That’s quite radical for a scientist - and you have been criticized before for launching risky vaccination programs in Africa, Before Covid, without supporting data.

Jeremy, this is speculation, might be rubbish, but i don’t think the nitty-gritty of data and science is your bag - you’d rather talk about cricket? Or big-power - the overarching politics of science - how to get societies to accept our entrenchment as the authority-on-everything. In that quest you are the chosen one. The brilliant general in the War on Freedom.

The goal in this war, as you say, is to change the fundamentals ... through locking-down and behaviour change and .. particularly vaccines” - all geared towards making individuals subservient to the state. This requires the impost of ‘draconian/new normal’ rules - best enforced by a centralized 'system of government'.

The paradox, as you impressed upon the DI interviewer, is that for those orchestrating the above “… there are no rules - there are no textbooks to follow here - these are judgment calls made in the very best faith.”

That’s the thing about totalitarianism - yes it has its dark-side - but it offers “such hope” for what can be achieved in the One Health sphere - by virtue of this paradoxical dynamic: enforcement of rules - by a benevolent, ‘free’ overlord - unencumbered by rules. It’s just more effective like that. (Ask the experts if you don't believe me.)

In Vietnam, your mind - from a place of intense individuality - solidified ideas of the ‘global-good’. Calculated how best to manifest them.

Totalitarianism made sense - the best system to institute your ambitious plan to 'change the fundamentals'.

Reminds me a little of Julius Caesar - another man with a strong sense of individual destiny who realized early he needed a base of monied, militaried forces - to change-the-world.

I Spy ...

by dulan drift, Friday, September 10, 2021, 08:11 (389 days ago) @ dulan drift

What i’m trying to do here, Jeremy, is understand you.

  • How did a lager lout teenager who twice fell short on his A-levels come to rise to such power?
    To know that we need to know:
  • Who or What shaped this man who is changing-the-world?


We've looked at your schooling, Vietnam, but not your parents - the "peripatetic childhood".
As you say: Inevitably it has a big influence, I think, on the way you see things and your approach to the world.

You were born in Singapore in 1961. The usual media intro is: “His father was an English teacher .. who moved his family often. The family lived in Yemen, Egypt, Cyprus, New Zealand (6-months - hated it), and Libya, among other countries. Farrar, the youngest of six, came along after Yemen and Egypt. ” (my brackets)

At the NIH lecture you list the countries of your childhood as: Singapore, Malaysia, Aden in Yemen, Cyprus, New Zealand, and Libya (7 years).

That’s since you were born. The last of six children. It's an interesting array of countries, Jeremy - for an English teacher.

I’ve gotta ask the obvious question:
Was Dad a spy?

There are other possible explanations, which we’ll explore, but it'd make sense if he was - your deep affiliation with the world of underlying forces from a formative age - your obsession with global politics ...

Next question would be:
Are you a spy?

The question after that would be:
Is Wellcome one large spy organization?

Last question:
Which side are you on exactly? Totalitarianism or Freedom?

Final Last question:
What even is the politics of your average spy organization?

Eric Farrar

by dulan drift, Friday, September 10, 2021, 13:27 (389 days ago) @ dulan drift

Firstly: Your father is a war hero - who endured terrible trauma. I have deep respect for him - and your mother.

You [00:10:47]: He (Eric Farrar) was part of the British Expeditionary Force that went to fight in Europe in 1939 and was captured just outside Dunkirk in the spring of 1940 and was a prisoner of war in a German prison camp until the end of the war in 1945. And he came back to Britain then, hadn't been able to go to university. And he was given a lift (to a) debriefing because I think he’d escaped from prisoner of war camp or something.

It’s a little surprising you’re not sure about whether he’d escaped or not - but it’s normal that people don’t like to talk about trauma - so maybe he never really discussed it with you.

[00:11:16]: And my mother had been a driver during the war. She had driven these huge American people, carriers (sic) (from the transcript of the podcast - listening to it later, i realized she was driving 'huge American people-carriers' not 'huge American people') from the ports in Scotland down to the south coast in 1943 and 1944, preparing for the invasion of Europe and VE Day. She was driving my father for some debriefing. He was an enlisted soldier. He wasn't an officer, but he had some information about the prisoner of war camps in Germany. (Which is how they met.)

Although officers were not required to work, he was an enlisted soldier, so that means five years hard labour in the camp on low food rations - with the constant threat of punishment or even execution. That will break a man down. If he did escape and was then recaptured, they would have made life doubly-hard. That’s a lot of trauma - which of course comes fully-franked with PTSD for life.

After the war, Eric and your mother began the next stage of their lives as “itinerants … travelling around the world for many, many years.”

Now PTSD would explain that, or even a natural high dose of wanderlust, though with a family of six children, it’s a big deal to relocate so many times.

Also the countries that he chose - Singapore, Yemen, Egypt, Cyprus, Libya - it does seem plausible he was working as an intelligence gathering agent for the British military - and went wherever he was deployed.

Of course, i don’t know for sure - only wondering how he managed to send his kids, or you at least, to a very posh school in England, Churcher’s College?Hard to see how you'd be able to afford that on a humble English teacher’s wage.

I’m also still curious as to how the heck you got into University College London - and then Oxford? Don’t quite buy that door-knocking story and the chance meeting with Robin Forrest. You did mention that ‘people had been written to’. If your father, or another relative(?) had some clout in the UK intelligence world, then maybe that was enough to do the trick?

Finally there’s your affinity with the ‘deep-state’ movers and shakers. For someone who was born and raised in a world of international intelligence gathering, a closed-circle power cohort with a globalized agenda would seem normal.

At the end of the day, it’s interesting, but not important. You definitely made your own mark, regardless of your upbringing. The consequences of your actions are yours to own - not your father’s.

Wellcome Trust

by dulan drift, Saturday, September 11, 2021, 08:50 (388 days ago) @ dulan drift

Is Wellcome Trust an unofficial international intelligence gathering organization?

Some people reading this will be thinking ‘Well, he had a couple of good points in the beginning - but now he’s totally lost the plot’.

But let's take a look anyway ...

Wellcome:

  • has operations in over 100 countries
  • collects and centralizes data/intelligence
  • vigorously prosecutes a globalization agenda
  • promotes/employs bio-surveillance technology
  • funds dual-purpose defense/weapons technologies including genomics and AI

In many Asian, African, and South American countries, Wellcome (and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation) would represent the main foreign organizations on the ground. If you are a spy, you don’t just rock up and start spying - you need some sort of cover-occupation. Theoretically at least, Wellcome would make an excellent vehicle for spies in terms of its international penetration as well as its massive resources.

Also, it wouldn’t be the first time that an international charity has been involved in espionage:

Intercept (2015): (A)s Christian Hiramine crossed the stage to shake hands with President Bush and receive his award, he was hiding a key fact from those in attendance: He was a Pentagon spy whose NGO was funded through a highly classified Defense Department program. The secret Pentagon program, which dates back to December 2004, continued well into the Obama presidency. It was the brainchild of a senior Defense Department intelligence official of the Bush administration, Lt. Gen. William “Jerry” Boykin .. (who) settled on the ruse of the NGO as he was seeking new and unorthodox ways to penetrate North Korea.

But the skeptic would say: Wellcome is run by a collection of distinguished, high-minded scientists. How would you ever convince them to become a spy-front? It’s absurd.

Turns out that’s probably the easiest part.

Wellcome - Baroness Eliza Manningham-Buller

by dulan drift, Saturday, September 11, 2021, 08:56 (388 days ago) @ dulan drift

Wellcome Oct 1, 2015: Baroness Manningham-Buller is the first woman to chair the Wellcome Trust’s Board of Governors, and was appointed following an open recruitment process. She was previously a Governor of the Wellcome Trust.

2015 - that’s two years after you, Sir Jeremy, took over as Director. You were, of course, appointed by the board of governors, on which Eliza was a key figure. Hopefully the open recruitment process was more open than your inquiry into bullying under yours and Manningham-Buller’s watch at Wellcome Trust? Or similar? Forget about that - so what made you go for the Baroness?

Wellcome: Between 2002 and 2007, Eliza Manningham-Buller was Director-General of the UK Security Service (MI5), and led the service through significant change.

Oh. So the UK’s top spy takes over at Wellcome. Maybe the idea that Wellcome is an intelligence gathering organization is not so fanciful after all...

Baroness Manningham-Buller: I am excited by the prospect of working even more closely with the Trust’s director, Jeremy Farrar .. to plan an even more ambitious future for our work.

It’s this ‘even more ambitious future for our work’ that worries me. What the heck are you guys up to?

What is the politics of a spy organization?

by dulan drift, Monday, September 13, 2021, 08:09 (386 days ago) @ dulan drift

It’s a good question. Hard to know the answer - coz it’s a spy organization. The stock answer, same as the scientists', is: no politics - we are above politics. But in light of the Mueller-led 7-year bungled/cover-up investigation into Anthrax's origin - and the convenient 'non-decision' of US Intelligence re Covid's origin, it demands examination.

First principle of Covid: ‘no evidence’ - is a kind of evidence. It’s evidence that the truth is being concealed. We have to keep remembering - for us it’s a big mystery - but it’s not for the ‘actors’.

So what do we know about the politics of your typical National Security Organization? This is an exercise in stating the obvious - but hopefully worth it:

  • It’s a public service career job. They are un-elected. They watch politicians ‘cycle’ through. (Robert Mueller the 3rd’s reign, for example, ran since he was appointed head of the FBI in July 2001.)
  • Pay is good. Great at the top. Massive budget. This money comes from our taxes.
  • It’s mission is to guard National Security - identify/combat threats - to maintain/expand the established power structure - the Order.
  • It’s an international network of spies.
  • It is predisposed to international data collection, centralization and surveillance.
  • It’s powerful.
  • It requires alliances with powerful international monied organizations - private and government, including bio-defense/weapons research organizations - whilst keeping tabs on/back-channeling with the rest.
  • It’s global by nature.
  • National Security/Order entails a concept of the ‘common-good’. It’s actors are dedicated to uphold that.
  • It can’t divulge details of its operations to protect this common-good - or even define what the 'common-good' means - due to National Security.

This last one is the fundamental Catch-22 politics that lies at the heart of every National Security organization:

We are empowered to act covertly to secure the ‘common-good’.

FAQ:
This section has been closed due to the common good. Thank you.

That’s a guaranteed recipe for corruption. It’s unaccountable surveillance power politics - gone mad. Got a rocket launch with 911 - a booster with SARS - then a super-booster shot with Covid. Several of our Celebrity Actors have risen to fame on those events - are still calling the shots today.

Suddenly our lives are governed by global security operations. People are fined, jailed, ostracized, vilified for non-compliance. There has been a melding of security organizations and powerful science bodies such as Wellcome - joined at the hip by their concept of Oneness.

We know it’s all due to Covid - but we’re not allowed to know what Covid was due to? Why? Due to security restrictions - due to Covid.

So here’s the question:

What happens if those at the top of these organizations come to the conclusion that totalitarianism really is the best system of government - in a global world - for the common good? To save the planet from the perils of democratic anti-globalist/anti-the science populism ... ? Or the ‘existential threat’ of Climate Change … ?

If all of that is at stake (in your head) - are you not the world leaders charged with protecting us? Saving the planet? Do you not have a sacred duty to do whatever it takes?

If not now, when…? If not us, whom…?

The point is: the politics of security organizations exists. It’s active, has goals, is global, forms alliances with like-minded powers, including organizations like Wellcome - more specifically the leaders of these forces.

We've discussed the influence of the United Front Work Department - the tendency is to think all these academics/power elites were hood-winked by the Chinese - but it’s more a meeting-of-minds. The Big Boys making Big Decisions. With a One-Everything ideological overlap.

The Covid Conspiracy - How it (potentially) Happened

by dulan drift, Tuesday, September 14, 2021, 07:30 (385 days ago) @ dulan drift

  • In 2001 Anthrax caused an explosion in bio-defense funding.
  • In 2014, GoF experiments were banned in the US for being too dangerous.
  • Funded/egged-on by NIH/Wellcome,* EcoHealth scientists, led by Baric and Daszak, decamped to China. As a root cause, you’d have a strong argument for saying Covid has a US origin.
  • CCP had/has a policy of grooming/milking western academics for their technology and influence, but didn’t fully understand what they were letting themselves in for with the Ralph & Pete GoF Show.
  • In conjunction with WIV scientists, notably Shi, they (potentially) engineered a lethal, highly contagious version of the common cold.
  • It accidentally escaped around Oct 2019.
  • Public knowledge of that would've fueled a growing backlash against globalism, big-science, coziness of western influencers with the CCP. GoF research and global-genomic-grabbing scheme/dreams - would be over as such.
  • Enter Sir Jeremy Farrar: the unelected world leader prepared to step-up in a time of crisis to make the hard decision: cover-up the truth - for the common good. He assumed role as director of battle operations. He has (potentially) already flipped - to privately support Totalitarian thought = from Vietnam and the CCP years.
  • To do that - the wetmarket/pangolin narrative was invented/pedalled through a scary alliance of scientists and Big-Everything - including the CCP. Lancet Statement provided - apparent - blanket 'the science' support.
  • To turn a negative into a positive, advice was given which would allow the virus the crucial space it needed to spread globally.
  • It did.
  • Covid was then used to justify the War on Freedom - Totalitarianism was presented as the only ‘system of government’ to save us.
  • Netizens working for free took on the behemoth of Experts/Big-Everything - exposed the cover-up.
  • The vaccination drive/vilification of The Great Un-vaxxed took air out of the lab-origin exposure - provided new target for media/experts to hate upon/blame/make-money-from.
  • As with Anthrax, most of the bio-security cohort’s objectives were new world records in 'new normal' security/surveillance. Despite revelations that Anthrax/Covid was caused/covered-up by the bio-security - used to justify the War on Freedom.

Note: the above is a final roundup of deductions based on already referenced material - so haven't re-reffed it, except for the NIH/Wellcome-Baric funding. Also the weird advice given in the early days - coz it was so weird/counter-productive - i'm worried people still won't believe it.

Brutus

by dulan drift, Tuesday, September 14, 2021, 08:09 (385 days ago) @ dulan drift

Dear Sir Jeremy,

The same way everything-you-need-to-know about existence is in the Adam & Eve myth (and other creation myths) - everything you need to know about Sir Jeremy is in your choice of Brutus quote from Julius Caesar - which coincidentally - was the most famous Conspiracy of all time:

We at the height are ready to decline (due to anti-globalist/scientist sentiment)
There is a tide in the affairs of men
which taken at the flood, leads on to fortune
(Covid is the flood - vaccines/total control are the fortunes)

Omitted, all the voyage of their life
is bound in shallows and in miseries

(Poor Sir Jeremy - stuck in a bloody Oxford migraine clinic)

On such a full sea are we now afloat (Covid)
And we must take the current (of public opinion - manipulated by Covid) when it serves (the purpose of justifying a One-Everything surveillance state)

or lose our ventures

So what did you choose Sir Jeremy?

If Shakespeare was alive today - he’d be writing about you. He’d see all the ingredients he loved: ambition - ability - idealism - fame - marred by arrogance/over-reach - causing mis-guidedness - deals with the darkside - a mis-reading of the signs - resulting in:

un-redoable tragedy.

Where ‘all the world’s a stage’.

The tragedy of Brutus is that he broke the golden rule of the Senate - ‘no violence in the Senate’. Even Julius Caesar had abided by it. It set off a chain-of-events that achieved the opposite of what Brutus had hoped for.

The difference between you and Brutus though is that while Brutus stabbed Julius Caesar to save democracy - you knifed democracy to save Totalitarianism.

But you both did what you thought was right.

The problem with killing off democracy, Jeremy, is humanity has only invented two systems of government - well one actually - the first one - totalitarianism - was our default position.

Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar deals with the loss of democracy.

It took another 1500 years to get it back. Humans ain't got 1500 years as a primary intelligence life-force on earth. We lose our freedoms now they’re gone forever.

Sir Jeremy, you will go down in history as a true immortal: Captain of the Covid Conspiracy.

The good news is: you still have a chance to make a positive, lasting impact on humanity. You only need to choose the right Box: A, B, or C?

Spoiler: Box A: Mass-murdering atrocity villain that history will never forget or forgive.

Box B: We get away with it - steamroll on - crush the opposition - that's why they call it power. Fuck Democracy! Totalitarianism Rules! Yeah! (See why you went for that in the beginning - but it is looking shakier n shakier)

Box C: Come clean.

If not now, when…? If not us, whom…?

This mad head-long rush to One-Everything is wrong. It’s dangerous. Tell people you now know that from the inside - you fucked up - you thought it was for the best - realised it wasn’t. You can still help right the ship of humanity on this ‘rising tide’ of opportunity.

Then history will afford you that dynamic space - that Brutus inhabits - between good intentions and disastrous results. A person torn by conscience at least.

Redemption is real. It’s why Jesus was so popular. Society vilifies/condemns - he was offering a different understanding/resolution. You feel like you’re in this irredeemable, collapsing black-hole - you are - but there is a way out.

You won’t be a hero - but you could still be a Brutus - a textbook cautionary tale for future generations. There’s honour in that - it's a kinda pantheon - if you repent.

Don’t wait too long: ‘the tide in the affairs of men’ is changing.

(Not The End)

Comments

by dulan drift, Thursday, September 16, 2021, 17:59 (383 days ago) @ dulan drift

Really? Your story sounds like some seriously deluded conspiracy theory.


Have got your tin foil hat on , Because 5G is working good to see your taking your Medication.


Adjust your tin foil hat a little. Remember, by responding you are drawing attention to this thread.

George & Jeremy

by dulan drift, Wednesday, September 29, 2021, 13:33 (370 days ago) @ dulan drift

The George Gao (Gao Fu - 高福, China DCD Director)/Sir Jeremy relationship runs deep. The worlds’ two most influential Covid narrators are old friends.

Farrar was communicating with Gao in the nascent stages of Covid. Whatever Gao knew, which was everything there was to know - he - potentially - told Farrar. Below is a reference table showing their entwined career paths with Oxford/Wellcome - take a glance as you scroll through it to the discussion below. (Eddie slips his way in there somehow - like a star footballer - you can’t keep out of the game)

Hmm, best laid plans of Mice & Men moment - Formosahut doesn't support tables.

No matter - here's the open access Google Docs link for the whole thread.

Use topic side-bar to scroll to George & Jeremy to find the table. Note it's not there yet - will be tomorrow.

* George & Jeremy have collaborated on papers - but that’s unremarkable given they’ve both racked up 500+. (The other downstream feeder cliques (e.g. Ian Pete Ralph) are forever collaborating.) The 500+ figure is the more informative one - between the two of them, is there anyone in the One Health Community they haven’t collabed with?

The above table establishes the depth of their professional cross-over - stretching back decades. This is relevant because these two friends were at the apex of the Covid cover-up strategy. We know there was high-level coordination between the CCP/Western scientists sides - Lipkin blabbed about that when he was high on Hydroxy - it seems likely this coordination was directed by George & Jeremy. They took an incredible risk to pedal the lie of the century - it was important to know they had each other’s backs.

It’s also important to register that it wasn’t a pair of rogue individuals acting alone - they both had immensely powerful institutional backing - particularly from Wellcome/Oxford and Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences (CAMS). Next, I want to take a closer look at this shady alliance.

Oxford/CAMS

by dulan drift, Wednesday, September 29, 2021, 14:08 (370 days ago) @ dulan drift

The CAMS (Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences)/ Oxford collaboration is a vehicle of joint-power that both Gao and Farrar were involved in setting up. It’s long been known that CCP-linked initiatives have sought to infiltrate academic institutions - Oxford recently accepted a $700 mil (!) donation from Tencent, while Congenica, a Wellcome genomic research partner, is also funded by Chinese investors (BGI). (Note: China has numerous laws requiring or authorizing access to private-sector data by the central government.)

But CAMS/Oxford is not only about money - it’s an executive power collaboration. Master of the Universe level.

CAMS/Oxford: The CAMS-Oxford International Centre for Translational Immunology is a joint venture between the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences (CAMS), China Centre for Disease Control (China CDC), Beijing's You'an Hospital (You'an), the University of Oxford's Human Immunology Unit (HIU), and the Nuffield Department of Medicine (NDM).

(Founded in April 2013, one of the) three main themes underpin(ing) our human immunology research programmes (is):

i) analysis of the interplay between adaptive and innate immune responses to optimize vaccination strategies

Before Covid i would’ve read that - said - oh - that sounds good.
Now it fills me with unease. Motive looms into my thoughts.

These .. objectives will be underpinned (the underpin of the underpinings) by the development of a joint translational programme, to carry out hypothesis driven clinical trials.

First time i read translational program i wasn’t sure what it meant. That was dumb - coz it’s obvious. It translates entitled scientist thought bubbles in the lab to: field operations.

Especially in Xinjiang - and Africa. To save them of course.

This translation activity seems to be the special skill-set of George & Jeremy. They come as a team. In the One Health universe, which excludes all others (such as Taiwan) - they are the translational specialists you need to go through to get things done.

CAMS/Oxford: The centre is founded on several long-standing collaborative relationships initiated by Prof Tao Dong (Oxford) .. with support from .. Professor Sir Andrew McMichael and Professor Vincenzo Cerudolo.

(Few more names for the memory bank.)

Significant contributions to .. programmatic support have been provided by many sponsors including the National Science Foundation China (NSFC), the Chinese Ministry for Science and Technology, and You'an Hospital.

In April 2013 Professor Hamilton (Oxford) visited Beijing to sign the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) establishing the CTI with Professor Cao Xuetao - President of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences. On behalf of the University of Oxford, Mr Darren Nash - Associate Head of the Nuffield Department of Medicine (Academic Support and Finance), also signed an MOU.

Tried searching the details of those MOU’s - they don’t appear to be public. We can assume they were typical of other MOU’s with CCP institutions such as this one signed by Dan Andrews. It’s all about:

cooperation for mutual benefits in a new era with a common future to jointly combat global challenges (such as the Uyghurs - we’ll get there in a minute)

The Oxford/CAMS one, though has special focus on:

interdisciplinary research in bio-medical sciences, including big-data application in biomedical research, bioinformatics .. and so on.

So it’s about big-data sharing with a totalitarian surveillance-state.

CAMS/Oxford: With the institute’s talent cultivation and acquisition model, scientists will be able to have positions (in China) and they could enjoy the resources provided by both Oxford and CAMS. (my brackets)

Oxford/Xinjiang - the Belt & Road Initiative

by dulan drift, Thursday, September 30, 2021, 08:17 (369 days ago) @ dulan drift

Oxford/Cams/BRI: Professor Tao Dong from Oxford University was born in Xinjiang .. and Professor Ruozheng Wang in Xinjiang .. started their collaboration in 2008 with strong support from .. local government, Natural Science Foundation China, the Ministry of Science and Technology, MRC Human Immunology Unit & Nuffield Department of Medicine (Oxford University). (Oxford/CAMS’s brackets)

Xinjiang being the home of the Uyghurs.

Oxford/Cams/BRI: In September 2015, Professor Tao Dong (and) Professor Sir Andrew McMichael .. from the Nuffield Department of Medicine travelled to Urumqi and Kashgai as part of the One Road, One Belt Initiative.

Someone get Clive Hamilton on the phone! He knows a thing or two about major institutions signing Belt & Road MOU’s.

Oxford/Cams/BRI: They represented the department at the Silk Road Cancer Immunology International Symposium Series.

Again - modern immunology is genomics. The Oxford collaborations are framed as curing cancer - but for a regime that forcibly sterilizes humans - because of their ethnicity - to cull their gene pool - genomics technology has other attractive bio-marker applications.

Oxford/Cams/BRI:
Since then over £3M has been generated to establish a joint immunology lab (genomic profiling lab), with a MOU signed in 2015 between the Nuffield Department of Medicine and Xinjiang Medical University.
(my bracks)

Another MOU. That’s a lot of Understanding between a totalitarian regime and Oxford. This Understanding with Xinjiang Medical University is more special - it links to genomic surveillance of Uyghurs.
Xinjiang Medical University: The national physical examination (NPE) is a free physical examination provided by the Chinese government for all Xinjiang people.

(Download the app for entry into the Free society of the New Era. The Un-Free physically examined - please report to your nearest vocational training centre.)

Xinjiang Medical University:
The data came from the physical examination data of Urumqi in 2018. .. This study was performed in accordance with .. the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region CDC ethical committee.

As an oxymoron, that’s hard to beat.

Radio Free Asia: A hospital for infectious diseases in Aksu (in Chinese, Akesu), in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR), has been turned into an internment camp as part of what some experts believe could be a system for harvesting organs from detainees.

Last week, Omar Bahtiyar Omar (director Norway-based Uyghur Transitional Justice Database) pointed out imagery that showed a large cemetery located within a kilometer of the two camps .. which was later confirmed by RFA to be a crematorium built in 2017.

Additionally, a “green corridor” was built at the same time for the expedited transport of human organs. Xinjiang Medical University's organ transplant team was assigned to transport organs from the airport to the regional capital Urumqi on China Southern Airlines flight 6431 and completed seven trips in 2017.

So; the construction of a 3-in-1 facility for processing Uyghurs:

vocational training camp → organ harvesting hospital → crematorium.

Your one-stop Uhghur-organ gift-shop. Including Halal organs for wealthy Saudis - allegedly.

With Xinjiang Medical University, Oxford’s genomics collaborating partner since 2008, handling the clinical translation part.

Ethan Gutmann (author of The Slaughter): You extract the organs from the living human being, you let them die. The organs are strapped to this machine, this rather smallish machine, that's sitting there oxygenating them … Then the organs can have 20 hours of life, maybe 24 hours of life. So that's enough time to get [an organ] to the airport to fly it over to the east coast of China.

Oxford/Cams/BRI: In early 2018, a National Centre for International Collaboration with Oxford .. put us in a strong position to conduct world class medical research.. in Xinjiang. (This) will enable us to directly translate our research from the bench to clinic. (and vice versa)

George & Jeremy

by dan, Wednesday, September 29, 2021, 18:49 (370 days ago) @ dulan drift

Hmm, best laid plans of Mice & Men moment - Formosahut doesn't support tables.

Best way to deal with that is to open your table in your browser, a doc, whatever, and take a screenshot of it, then upload as a graphic. There are a bunch of free screenshot tools that allow you to capture a specific section.

Non-engineered lab origin

by dan, Friday, September 03, 2021, 14:55 (396 days ago) @ dulan drift

It’s important to remember that a coronavirus is the common-cold. The key word is common - but relatively harmless (flu being the one you have to worry about). The common cold has been with humans/animals since our time here began. We pass it around to each other. That may even be a good thing.

But then, with the funding splurge that followed Anthrax, scientists increasingly began playing around with viruses at bio-defense/weapons labs to enhance their lethality ( to protect us - against “potential future outbreaks” ... )

Lo ‘n behold, 20 years ago, SARS, the first ever deadly cold in the history of humans, appeared. The origin of which has never been adequately explained, despite what you constantly hear - due to a well-documented cover-up. Even the greatest CCP-apologists such as Farrar, Daszak, Lipkin, Andersen, Holmes, and Dwyer refer to how much more “open and transparent” the CCP is this time - compared to SARS-1.

I would add to this that the standard explanation for the sudden appearance of these deadly coronaviruses is that humanity is encroaching on the habitat of its carriers and humans are coming into increasing contact with carriers of new (to humans) viruses.

This explanation has never made sense to me. If anything, we have far less contact with wildlife than at any time in history. Also, due in part to human activity, many species that would carry viruses have gone extinct or are about to.

If you go back even 200 years, before the industrial revolution and migration to cities, clearly humanity was in far greater daily contact with all forms of life. So this argument that viruses are appearing because of, what, logging? Building new neighborhoods in a woodland? That doesn't make sense, and I doubt there's any science to back it up. It's just a feel good line of bullshit.

The only modern development that would increase the chances of a pandemic is modern travel. And, yes, of course that would help a pandemic occur, but it doesn't explain the appearance of new viruses.

Who Dunnit? The Lab-exit

by dan, Friday, September 03, 2021, 18:26 (396 days ago) @ dulan drift

To properly investigate the origin of Covid, our scientists must be interviewed, in depth. The whole ‘good cop - bad cop’ routine - lie detectors - immunity/witness protection for the first one to come clean. Throw in deluxe-suite plastic surgery that will make you unrecognizable - only available for the first caller in the next 10 minutes.

Pete & Ralph would be racing to dial.

Science plays a part in determining the origin - but Covid is a criminal case - it can best be solved with an overarching criminal investigation. Bring on the detectives.

"...but Covid is a criminal case.." And that is exactly what those responsible, those you have already identified, will do anything to avoid, including throwing the scientific method into the waste bin.

Chief Suspects

by dan, Friday, August 27, 2021, 19:17 (403 days ago) @ dulan drift

You need to write a book. I'm serious. Write a book. You have so much in-depth, documented information... it needs to be out there. Is anybody else doing it?

Chief Suspects

by dulan drift, Saturday, August 28, 2021, 07:06 (402 days ago) @ dan

You need to write a book. I'm serious. Write a book. You have so much in-depth, documented information... it needs to be out there. Is anybody else doing it?

Thanks! I guess there would be - maybe not too many doing the full drill-down. Anyway, for now, this is the book - Formosahut is the publisher. I'm very grateful for that.

The beauty of Formosahut is that it allows us the space to chronicle stuff in real time - including the massive fraud that is the Covid Conspiracy. If you're going to write history - get it down while it's fresh.

Feb 1-2 Teleconferences - Outcomes

by dan, Friday, August 27, 2021, 19:41 (403 days ago) @ dulan drift

Collate everything and write a book. I'm serious. I'll help if I can.

Feb 1-2 Teleconferences - Outcomes

by dulan drift, Sunday, August 29, 2021, 14:41 (401 days ago) @ dan

Collate everything and write a book. I'm serious. I'll help if I can.

Great!

The Big DNA-grab

by dulan drift, Saturday, February 19, 2022, 09:05 (227 days ago) @ dan

Macron refused a Russian PCR test before meeting Putin on the grounds that:

we could not accept that they get their hands on the president's DNA

Seems the elites don't mind nefarious forces getting their hands on regular people's DNA, but not their own.

Whatever, it shows PCR tests can be used as DNA harvesting exercises.

BGI and the Digital Silk Road

by dan, Friday, July 30, 2021, 12:05 (431 days ago) @ dulan drift

CBS: The financial stakes for dominating the global biotech sector — the industry that's bringing us the COVID vaccine — are staggering, estimated to be worth up to $4 trillion a year. For perspective, that's more than the valuation of Amazon and Apple combined.

Some notable excerpts from the CBS link:


Jon Wertheim: It seems like a bit of a bait and switch. We pay 100 bucks, whatever it is, for our ancestry reports. And then they actually wanna turn around and sell our genetic data.

Lisa Ikemoto: That's what's being hidden. That you're allowing your personal information to be used by others. And that information's being transferred to third parties. And it's being for uses that you never imagined.

People are paying these companies to build DNA databases that the companies will then sell. That seems a bit ass backwards to me.


Jon Wertheim: 23andMe has a partnership with GlaxoSmithKline, $300 million dollars to develop drugs based on this DNA. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?

Lisa Ikemoto: They might produce something very useful. In that sense, it's good. It means that 23andMe and GlaxoSmithKline will make a huge amount of money. The people who provided all the cells and tissues or DNA that's being used will make none. They'll be probably charged a lot of money (LAUGH) for the drugs if they ever need them.

Jon Wertheim: So we're providing the raw materials to create this product and then we have to pay for the product?

Lisa Ikemoto: Yeah, that's exactly right. People are now being mined for their raw materials. It raises concerns about what it means to be human in this world.
emphasis added

Yikes. That's stark. Dystopian is a word I rarely saw in the press growing up. Now it's commonly used. I think it applies here.

But this is nothing new in the US. If it weren't for my current job, I'd have no health insurance in the US, and I couldn't afford to buy anything meaningful. And yet, most of the doctors were trained in public universities funded by tax dollars that I contributed to. This is just taking an old practice one step further.


Jon Wertheim: But this idea that the value of this company is in the data. This is where the real growth potential is. Your chief scientist said, "It's genius. People were paying us to build databases."

Anne Wojcicki: What we have done is we have empowered individuals with this opportunity to come together, to crowd source research. And I absolutely stand behind: we are going to develop drugs. So that everyone is actually benefiting from the human genome. So absolutely the data is valuable.

Yeah, right. Nice try Anne. Can you sprinkle a little more sugar on that pile of horseshit that you just spewed? Idiots are giving you money to find out where grandpa came from. And, again, these 'empowered' people will pay through the nose for your drugs, or not be able to afford them at all.

China Kadoorie Bio-bank - Farrar

by dan, Wednesday, July 28, 2021, 16:14 (433 days ago) @ dulan drift

ellows...


China Kadoorie Bio-bank:

Full stop. The name itself creeps me out.

This is the last frontier of privacy I suppose. Well, the last frontier would be when they can collect our thoughts, which is no longer in the realm of science fiction.

But the ability to collect our thoughts is still decades off, but quite possibly possible within our lifetime. If they can collect them with wires, they can eventually do it wirelessly.

But collect our DNA companies can and are actively doing, no doubt without our knowledge or consent sometimes, just as companies did with our less biological personal data.

Genomic Surveillance - H3Africa

by dan, Monday, July 26, 2021, 19:13 (435 days ago) @ dulan drift

Of course this is happening in Africa. They know if they tried to pull this off in Europe, Australia, or N. America, they'd encounter a shit storm. In Africa they can just throw money at corrupt governments and collect DNA, all for the public good of course.

Genomic Surveillance - H3Africa

by dulan drift, Tuesday, July 27, 2021, 08:37 (434 days ago) @ dan

Of course this is happening in Africa. They know if they tried to pull this off in Europe, Australia, or N. America, they'd encounter a shit storm. In Africa they can just throw money at corrupt governments and collect DNA, all for the public good of course.

Have a flick through this creepy pro-DNA database power point presentation - which describes whole-population DNA collection as "inevitable".

It's a great insight into the mindset we're dealing with - powerful experts with a 'vision of the future'.

go.nature.com/337pjce (copy-paste it)

I suspect it's being pulled off by stealth in 'democratic' countries through heredity websites - many partially owned by CCP-affilliated companies. Hope to get around to that later - it's such a massive topic.

The good news is that Farrar does seem to be directing a lot of this action on the global level - so at least we're getting somewhere in terms of putting faces to this general deviousness.

Genomic Surveillance - H3Africa

by dan, Tuesday, July 27, 2021, 19:58 (434 days ago) @ dulan drift

That's just creepy.

And here's the thing. You know if these organizations could get our DNA as easily as they can now scrape our personal information from the internet, they would, and we wouldn't know about it.

Only recently have governments even started to protect our personal information. It's too late! I fear it will be the same with DNA. How do I know what they do with that blood sample I give for a routine checkup?

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