Researchers at a Wuhan lab in China had conducted research on producing a Monkeypox virus a year prior to the outbreak
In the scientific journal Virologica Sinica, which serves as the Chinese Society of Microbiology’s official journal, authors of one article explain how to artificially create a monkeypox virus. Now, one year later, the world is bracing for the rampant spread of said virus.
The research on this subject was conducted at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Sounds familiar.
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It was published by the Editor-in-Chief, Professor Zheng-Li Shi, who serves as the Director for the Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases for the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
This is the same Sheng-Li Shi, known as the “bat woman,” who has been implicated in the suspected Wuhan lab leak leading to COVID-19.
The journal article elaborates on the process of recombining and assembling large DNA constructs such as the Monkeypox viruses.
“Monkey poxviruses (MPXVs) are large DNA viruses… As a member of the Orthopoxvirus genus in the family Poxviridae, MPXV is subdivided into the West African and Congo Basin clades,” the authors write. “The latter is more pathogenic and has been reported to infect humans in various parts of the world,” the article adds.
“For MPXV [monkeypox] detection, Li et al. reported that the C3L (complement-binding protein) gene could be used as the qPCR target for the MPXV Congo Basin strain,” they add. “Since MPXV infection has never been associated with an outbreak in China, the viral genomic material required for qPCR detection is unavailable.”
Although China has yet to be singled out as the progenitor of this outbreak, due to a lack of a “patient zero,” the parallels between the research being conducted by the scientists, the increased transmission rate of this strand of monkeypox, and of the previous Wuhan-originated global pandemic leave many suspicious.
Additionally, a Gates and Rockefeller Foundation funded wargame intended to highlight the risk of a viral pandemic originating in a lableak or bioweapon portrayed a bizarre strand of monkeypox.
Most disconcerting, however, is that the ran wargame scenario’s projection for the global pandemic was May 15th, 2022.