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More Possible Excuses For Tyranny: 6 New Coronaviruses Found In Bats

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Scientists have discovered 6 new coronaviruses in bats.  As we’ve seen, just one is enough to cause panic and tyranny, so now that we know of 6 more, governments won’t hesitate to use this as an excuse to further stamp out your human right to liberty should any of these transmit to humans.

The research, published in PLOS ONE, notes that the viruses were discovered between 2016 and 2018, but aren’t believed to be related to SARS-CoV-2, severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) or Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS), which all jumped from animals to humans.

While it’s always important to be aware of what kind of viruses are out there and cause illnesses, it’s also important to know that anytime something even remotely minor happens again, the elitists will try to use it as another excuse to put all people on house arrest through fear and propaganda.

“Viral pandemics remind us how closely human health is connected to the health of wildlife and the environment,” said the study’s lead author and former wildlife veterinarian with the Smithsonian’s Global Health Program, Marc Valitutto, in a statement. “Worldwide, humans are interacting with wildlife with increasing frequency, so the more we understand about these viruses in animals—what allows them to mutate and how they spread to other species––the better we can reduce their pandemic potential.”

According to a report by The New York Post, this study is important to understand transmission potential.  That is important, but we also need to change how we respond to pandemics for the future.  Killing people’s businesses and banning them from making money while removing what is left of their basic human rights is not a solution.  Hopefully, this will give all of humanity time to reevaluate just how disastrous the global lockdowns were and how little they accomplished for a pandemic that was made out to be far more severe than it actually was.

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“Many coronaviruses may not pose a risk to people, but when we identify these diseases early on in animals, at the source, we have a valuable opportunity to investigate the potential threat,” one of the study’s co-authors, Suzan Murray, added in the statement. “Vigilant surveillance, research and education are the best tools we have to prevent pandemics before they occur.

Additional studies will be needed to determine if these newly discovered coronaviruses have “the potential for transmission across species to better understand the risks to human health.”

We, agree.  And in the meantime, we should all be looking for solutions that are not worse than the problem.  The lockdowns were an experiment and one that has failed in every way.  There are ways to slow the spread of viruses that do not involve ruining people’s lives and impoverishing them to the point that they couldn’t pay for medical care if they do get sick.

The biggest problem is not a pandemic. As we have seen, the biggest problem is the solution governments and elitists come up with to handle them.

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Paul McCartney slams Chinese wet markets in wake of coronavirus: ‘It is a little bit medieval eating bats’

Musician Paul McCartney slammed Chinese wet markets Tuesday in the wake of the coronavirus, given numerous reports saying the pandemic originated in a Wuhan wet market where exotic animals are freshly slaughtered in unsanitary conditions.

The former member of The Beatles is a staunch vegan and outspoken animal rights activist, and he made his perspective on the issue quite clear to SiriusXM host Howard Stern, the
Hollywood Reporter said.

‘It is a little bit medieval eating bats’

“I really hope that this will mean the Chinese government says, ‘OK guys, we have really got to get super hygienic around here.’ Let’s face it, it is a little bit medieval eating bats,” McCartney said, according to the outlet.

The iconic songwriter of timeless hits such as “Yesterday,” “Hey Jude,” and “The Long and Winding Road,” told Stern that celebrities like them should call for the end of the wet markets, the Hollywood Reporter said.

“It’s not a stupid idea, it is a very good idea,” McCartney insisted, the outlet said. “They don’t need all the people dying. And what’s it for? All these medieval practices. They just need to clean up their act. This may lead to it. If this doesn’t, I don’t know what will.”

He added that “they might as well be letting off atomic bombs because it’s affecting the whole world. Whoever is responsible for this is at war with the world …” the Hollywood Reporter noted.

McCartney also told Stern there would be pushback since wet markets have been around for so long, but that “they did slavery forever, too, but you have to change things at some point.”

Anything else?

reported late last month that wet markets have reopened across China after the nation’s communist government publicly declared victory over COVID-19.

At one market in Guilin, a southern Chinese city, a
Daily Mail correspondent watched as cats and dogs were being sold for their meat. At another market in Dongguan, a second correspondent for the outlet photographed signs advertising the sale of bats, scorpions, snakes, lizards, and other exotic wild animals.

Horseshoe bats and exotic mammals, such as civets and pangolins,
act as hosts to the dangerous viruses that bats carry.

USA Today op-ed writer Jeremy Hurewitz noted last week that he observed wet markets selling porcupines, raccoons, otters, and frogs.

More from his piece:

I would later learn that the Chinese appetite for these animals and the conditions they were kept in weren’t the only genesis for disease creation in China. Chinese animal husbandry practices were such that people frequently lived in close proximity with their livestock, often keeping these animals in their homes. In fact, the traditional character for home,
jia, features a pig under a roof, which shows just how elemental this type of arrangement has been in Chinese culture. Pigs, like birds, have a distinct biological ability to share their viruses with humans compared to other animals.

The combination of living closely with animals, in particular animals that can share their diseases with humans, with a centuries-old tradition of eating strange animals and/or using them for
medical purposes, combined with unsanitary conditions, created a uniquely fecund environment for human sickness.

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New evidence suggesting COVID-19 came from a Wuhan virology lab is hard to ignore

Several new pieces of publicly available evidence that have come to light in recent days seem to indicate that a virology lab in Wuhan, China, may have been the location where the novel coronavirus originated.

In a lengthy article published Friday, National Review senior correspondent Jim Geraghty detailed the investigatory work of Matthew Tye, a documentary filmmaker and YouTuber who used to live in China. In his most recent video upload, Tye professes to have identified the source of the virus.

Geraghty is sure to note that it “is understandable that many would be wary of the notion that the origin of the coronavirus could be discovered” by a YouTuber, but contends “a great deal of the information that he presents, obtained from public records posted on the Internet, checks out.”

Two examples of this are all-too-coincidental job openings posted late last year by the Wuhan Institute of Virology — the lab located just 300 meters from the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market that has been frequently cited as the source location for the coronavirus.

Suspicious job postings

On Nov. 18, the lab posted a job opening that requested scientists to come “research the relationship between the coronavirus and bats.”

According to a Google translation of the job posting, it offers this description of the nature of the work:

Taking bats as the research object, I will answer the molecular mechanism that can coexist with Ebola and SARS- associated coronavirus for a long time without disease, and its relationship with flight and longevity. Virology, immunology, cell biology, and multiple omics are used to compare the differences between humans and other mammals.

Then, just over a month later on Dec. 24, the lab posted another job opening, this time noting “long-term research on the pathogenic biology of bats carrying important viruses has confirmed the origin of bats of major new human and livestock infectious diseases such as SARS and SADS, and a large number of new bat and rodent new viruses have been discovered and identified.”

Tye, who claims to speak fluent Chinese, said that the second job posting could be essentially translated: “We’ve discovered a new and terrible virus, and would like to recruit people to come deal with it.”

At the time of the second job posting, China had reportedly been dealing with an onslaught of “mystery pneumonia” cases, but it wasn’t until a week later that the Chinese government notified the World Health Organization about a novel coronavirus infecting its population.

Then, a scientific research paper

Fox News host Tucker Carlson ran an interesting segment on his primetime show Tuesday night highlighting a research paper published on Feb. 6 by the South China University of of Technology.

The research paper — “The possible origins of 2019-nCoV coronavirus” — noted that virus most likely came from an animal known as the intermediate horseshoe bat.

“Here’s the striking thing,” Carlson said, “there are no known colonies [of the bat] within 900 kilometers of Wuhan.”

Moreover, Carlson noted that there is no evidence to support the oft-repeated claims that this particular bat was sold at the wet markets in Wuhan. The Wall Street Journal reported in February that neither the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention nor the World Health Organization could confirm whether bats were present in the market.

Watch the full segment here:

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What does it mean?

The evidence appears to demonstrate that Chinese scientists at the Wuhan Institute of Virology were researching coronaviruses in bats (allegedly not typically found within 900 kilometers of the city) at the same time that doctors began treating the first known COVID-19 patients.

It is difficult not to draw certain conclusions from that, but to be clear, it is impossible to conclude with 100% certainty that the virus originated in a virology lab in Wuhan.

And even if it were, it is important to note that neither Geraghty nor Carlson, nor the cited Chinese research paper for that matter, are suggesting that the virus was made intentionally in a Chinese lab as part of a biological weapon program.

The matter at hand is more so about the misinformation coming from the communist government in China following the outbreak.