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Speaker 1: (00:01)
Hi everyone, mr. Jeffrey Smith. And I've got some more bizarre science for you. Hi everyone. Jeffrey Smith here. Bizarre science for you. It's about coronavirus this time. This is just the most blatant example of conflict of interest in a COVID-19 investigation. Now I'm not going to make a suggestion as to how the COVID-19, uh, virus was, was formulated. Whether it came from a wet market or released into, by the Wu Han Institute of neurology accidentally or infected a woolen Institute of neurology worker. I'm not going to make any suggestion as to how it got got out, but the Lancet has a COVID-19 commission designed to investigate the source and also things we can do in the future. So who did they put in charge of the sub committee to determine whether or not the virus came from a laboratory? Well, obviously they chose, they knew what they wanted to find because Peter [inaudible], who was in charge had been the self appointed lead attacker of all lab leak, orient lab leak, concepts, or theories as conspiracy theory.
Speaker 1: (01:30)
He talked about it as baseless, crackpot, conspiracy theories, and pure baloney. The person in charge of the full Lancet committee already went on record saying that I lab leak is illogical and didn't make sense. So if they're planning to find out and they know they're going to find out that there was no lab leak as a source, then Peter Dasha is the perfect person to be in charge. Now he declared to the Lancet and to Washington post. He has no conflict of interest, and yet scientists are lining up in social media and other places to declare him the most conflicted of interest of any possible human on the planet, exp except for possibly the doctor, she or G whose lab was studying Corona viruses and engineering them to be more infectious. It's called Gator function in Wolf hunt. Now, why would Peter Duszek be second only to dr.
Speaker 1: (02:35)
G because he was collaborating at a close friend with dr. G working with her on funding, the research in Bullhorn funding, the research on Corona viruses and the gain of function of Corona viruses, making them more infectious. He had received his EcoHealth Alliance, which is the major funder. Yeah, I'd already received $100 million or more from U S government agencies in surveillance of viruses and in gain of function research. So imagine the conflict of interest. If he finds that a laboratory had leaked it accidentally, it could potentially damage his ability to receive funds for future research on Corona or other viruses. Now he had as a self appointed attacker of all things, lab leaked, he had declared wrongly. That leaks from labs was extremely rare. Actually, it's very common USA today alone documented over a hundred cases. He further went on to misinform the public by saying, and no leak had ever been led to a pandemic. It is well believed that the H one N one pandemic came from a laboratory leak, but he's also been wrong about the COVID-19 situation and the [inaudible] Institute of neurology's chronology. You see, in two weeks, 2013, they supposedly found a strain of coronavirus in a cave it's called the rat 13 [inaudible].
Speaker 1: (04:28)
And in that same cave, some miners got sick and hospitalized and some died with symptoms that were very similar to the COVID-19 disease. Now, according to Peter Daszak, they just put this strain into a freezer for seven years and only bro dusted it off and brought it out at the end of 2019 or 2020 in order to sequence it. And that there had been no activity whatsoever. Now we've covered in previous Facebook lives about why that is extremely unusual because this rat G rat [inaudible] is something that was associated with human disease and it happens to be 90. What is it? 96.2% identical with Corona virus. That's currently on the basis of COVID-19 and represents a viral sequence that may be from just the sequence alone, most likely to cause a human pandemic. Now they had published all this other research out of WIB. And according to some scientists, this rat [inaudible] could have been on the level of a Nobel prize and would have at least triggered a huge investigation to try and veer off any pandemic.
Speaker 1: (06:00)
But no, according to Peter doshic, it was just stuck into a freezer. However, an investigation found that actually it was accessed many times in 2017 and 18. And after that was made public, the bat woman, herself professor, or doctor G, whose laboratory is it? The little health Institute acknowledged that they had sequenced it in 2018, but for some reason did not publish that sequence until 2020 after the pandemic had be done again, why would they wait from something that was so incredible in its structure? But anyway, the point here is that Peter dash had either lied about the Institute and neurology is accessing that particular strain and didn't want anyone to know it might've been his own research that they were doing on it, or he was blatantly misinformed. And he's the guy picked by the Lancet to investigate. Now, if you look back at our Facebook lives and be sure to subscribe at the Institute first possible technology, or like our page, because more to come. And there's also a lot there. We interviewed virologist Jonathan Latham, who has some interesting theories about the source or the origin of the COVID-19 virus. And he made it clear as has been made clear over and over again, by many, many scientists.
Speaker 1: (07:38)
There is a concerted effort not to find a lab origin. I'm not going to cover that issue, whether I believe it's lab or origin or not, what the probability is. I will leave that for perhaps another time or perhaps the virologists themselves who are more qualified to make that call. But he says that right now, it is very difficult to get serious research published or taken or taken seriously because it's all been relegated to conspiracy theory, even when there's strong evidence suggesting otherwise. So the lands, the land city is in on the game right down there, coconut 19 commission. It's kind of like when Monsanto's former attorney, Michael Taylor was in charge of the policy by the U S government FDA on GMOs, and then later became Monsanto's vice president. And then later he went back to the FDA, has the U S foods are no conflict of interest there.
Speaker 1: (08:44)
Anyway, let me take a look at some of your questions. I'm now on Facebook here. I got some thank you's and hellos from Lynn and Joyce and Angela and Bravo and Joan. And, uh, we have posted on there, the link to the wonderful article that was put together by my friends had to GM watch. We put it on the Institute for responsible technologies website. You can read it there, or you can go to GM watch and look at their materials. I would like to suggest that there's a lot of information on our site and there's that don't make it into the normal mainstream media. So there's a couple of subscriptions you can link to for high quality GMO information in your inbox. So I'm going to break now if there's no more comments or questions just to summarize, okay. A person who scientists describe as the poster child for Mississippi formation on COVID-19 has the most pop conflicted possible investigator has declared himself free of conflict of interest and is in charge of the investigation that if it concluded that COVID-19 was released was accidentally released.
Speaker 1: (10:09)
Okay. [inaudible] Institute of neurology. It might even implicate his own research and certainly his friends yeah. And result in him no longer receiving money, but possibly castigated by the world. And who knows, maybe even there's a lawsuit in there and he's the one in charge. So, um, someone's asking what I understand. GMO bats, they, in this case will, will not, I will not talk about that. The bats and the, and that theory, if there is a, there's a very little, a long paper by Jonathan, um, by Jonathan Latham, where he talks about the people who were in the mines, where they collected this, um, Corona virus and they had the virus in their body and in their lungs for months. And that the longer a virus is exposed in a human body to human cells could increase its gain of function, meaning its ability to infect. It's a fascinating article. Well, I'm not going to cover it here. It's an it's level of detail that perhaps wait for all the time. All right. Thank you everyone. Thank you, Lynn and Joan and bill and Angela and Joyce. And thank you, GM. Watch for reporting on this safety to everyone.