Chinese authorities created the deadly disease and manufactured different versions to make the world think it came from animals, an international study found.

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) produced the CCP Virus and different man-made variants, to deliberately mislead everyone about the worldwide pandemic’s origins. This is the worrying assessment of St George’s, University of London oncology professor Angus Dalgleish, Immunor Chairman Birger Sørensen, and fellow President Andres Susrud.

The trio co-authored the study called “A reconstructed historical aetiology of the SARS-Coronavirus-2 spike,” and concluded there is no credible proof to support any suggestion the CCP Virus is a natural phenomenon. One such theory was it originated from bat meat sold at a Wuhan wet market in mainland China.

“A natural virus pandemic would be expected to mutate gradually and become more infectious but less pathogenic, which is what many expected with the COVID-19 pandemic–but which does not appear to have happened,” they said in their conclusion obtained by the Daily Mail.

Dalgleish, Sørensen, and Susrud accuse the CCP of modifying earlier coronaviruses to make them spread faster, become more infectious, and affect a wider range of patients.

“We describe here principles of engineering a virus for ‘gain of function’ experiments then we update our bio-chemical analysis of the SARS-Coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) virus’s mode of action,” they said in their abstract according to the publication.

They criticized the CCP’s moral principles that govern the practice of medicine and urged people from all professions to investigate the origins of the virus.

“The implication of our historical reconstruction, we posit now beyond reasonable doubt, of the purposively manipulated chimeric virus SARS-CoV-2 makes it imperative to reconsider what types of gain of function experiments it is morally acceptable to undertake,” they said in the conclusion. “Because of a wide social impact, these decisions cannot be left to research scientists alone.”

Researchers maintain they tried to go public about Chinese “retro-engineering” as early as 2020. However, major medical journals and academics chose not to investigate their work further.

“Since all relevant biological, computer-record, and direct testimony from Wuhan has been destroyed or is unavailable, absolute proof cannot be provided,” they said in the conclusion. “There is therefore a choice to be made between an agnostic and passive or an active methodological response, which can more efficiently form and assess hypotheses.”

Dalgleish is well-known for developing the first working HIV vaccine while Sørensen’s employer produced a CCP Virus vaccine candidate called Biovacc-19.

They first discovered “unique fingerprints” that could have only evolved from lab manipulation while investigating CCP Virus samples to create a vaccine in 2020. This included a sequence of four amino acids on the SARS-Cov-2 spike.

Researchers were surprised to discover all amino acids were positively charged, making the virus more attracted to negatively charged parts of human cells–a lot like how a piece of iron is drawn to a magnet.

“The laws of physics mean that you cannot have four positively charged amino acids in a row,” Dalgleish told the Daily Mail. “The only way you can get this is if you artificially manufacture it.'”

Scientists working on ‘gain of function’ programs took a natural virus “backbone” from Chinese cave bats and spliced a new spike onto it, making a much deadlier and more transmissible CCP Virus according to Dalgleish and Sørensen.

The Chief Medical Adviser to the U.S. President, Anthony Fauci, quickly defended awarding the Wuhan Institute of Virology a $600,000 grant through the non-profit EcoHealth Alliance. The money was provided to study whether bat coronaviruses could be transmitted to humans.

Although Fauci claimed the money was not used for ‘gain of function’ research, Republican lawmakers have demanded the adviser’s resignation.

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