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REVEALED: US intelligence that Donald Trump relied on to blame Wuhan lab for letting coronavirus escape claims China lied about human-to-human transmission, disappeared whistle-blowers and refused to help with vaccine

Bombshell US intelligence has claimed that China lied about the human-to-human transmission of coronavirus, made whistle-blowers disappear and refused to help nations develop a vaccine as the outbreak spread across the world.
The leaked 15-page research dossier from the so-called 'Five Eyes' intelligence alliance reveals the US, Canada, the UK, Australia and New Zealand have branded China's secrecy over the pandemic an 'assault on international transparency.' 
The file shows that intelligence agencies are investigating the theory that the virus originated in the Wuhan Institute of Virology, close to the wet market China says it came from.
Its surfacing indicates what the US intelligence was that led Donald Trump to announce this week he had seen evidence the virus escaped from the Wuhan lab.
A leaked 15-page dossier from the 'Five Eyes' intelligence alliance claims China's secrecy over the pandemic is an 'assault on international transparency'. The files show the nations were probing the possibility the virus was leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology (above)
A leaked 15-page dossier from the 'Five Eyes' intelligence alliance claims China's secrecy over the pandemic is an 'assault on international transparency'. The files show the nations were probing the possibility the virus was leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology (above)
According to the documents, obtained by Australia's Daily Telegraph, intelligence officials found a series of cover-ups by the Chinese government including the 'deadly denial of human-to-human transmission', the silencing or 'disappearing' of researchers who tried to raise the alarm, the hiding or destruction of evidence of the outbreak and a refusal to hand over live virus samples to other countries to enable them to develop vaccines.   
The Telegraph also reported a partnership between Chinese and Australian labs where research was carried out relating to a bat-derived coronavirus that could not be cured.
China's alleged cover-up of the seriousness of the outbreak can be traced back to early December, the dossier claims. 
China reportedly had 'evidence of human-human transmission from early December,' the intelligence found, but continued to deny it could spread this way until January 20. 
'Despite evidence of human-human transmission from early December, PRC authorities deny it until January 20,' it claims.
'The World Health Organisation does the same. Yet officials in Taiwan raised concerns as early as December 31, as did experts in Hong Kong on January 4.'
TV reporter Li Zehua
Mr Fang Bin
Human rights groups believe Mr Fang Bin (right) – along with lawyer Chen Qiushi and former state TV reporter Li Zehua (left) – are in extrajudicial detention centers
According to the intelligence agencies, China then started censoring news of the virus on search engines from December 31, deleting terms such as 'SARS variation, 'Wuhan Seafood market' and 'Wuhan Unknown Pneumonia.' 
On January 3, China's National Health Commission then reportedly ordered virus samples be destroyed and issued a 'no-publication order' about the virus.  
The papers go on to claim that China imposed travel bans on people traveling throughout the nation but continued to tell the rest of the world travel bans were unnecessary. 
'Millions of people leave Wuhan after the outbreak and before Beijing locks down the city on January 23,' it reads, according to The Telegraph. 
'Thousands fly overseas. Throughout February, Beijing presses the US, Italy, India, Australia, Southeast Asian neighbours and others not to protect themselves via travel restrictions, even as the PRC imposes severe restrictions at home.'  
Doctors and scientists who tried to raise the alarm about the virus and China's handling of it have also vanished or been punished, according to the documents.   
Huang Yan Ling, a researcher at the Wuhan Institute of Virology and thought to be patient zero for the global pandemic, mysteriously disappeared and her biography was deleted from the lab's website.
The institute has denied she was ­patient zero and said she is alive but she has not been heard from since.
Other whistleblowers including businessman Fang Bin, lawyer Chen Qiushi and former state TV reporter Li Zehua are reportedly being held in extrajudicial detention centers for speaking out about China's response to the pandemic.
The dossier shows some disagreement among the Five Eyes nations over whether the virus originated in the Wuhan lab or the wet market, the Telegraph reported.
It claims the nations were probing the possibility the virus was leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, with several studies led by scientist Dr. Shi Zhengli being cited as concerns in the report.
The dossier outlines that Zhengli and her team have conducted research in the lab into deadly bat-derived coronaviruses, with at least one of the virus samples being a 96 percent genetic match for COVID-19.
This week, Trump said he had seen evidence that coronavirus may have been created in the Chinese lab.
'Yes I have. Yes I have,' Trump said when asked if he had seen proof the virus originated in the institute. 
He would not divulge what the evidence was that confirmed his suspicions.
However, Australia has maintained the virus most likely came from the Wuhan live animal market and said there was only a 5 percent chance it came from the lab. 
Australia's own connections with the lab were also documented in the dossier, according to The Telegraph. 
The Telegraph reported that the Australian government trained and funded key scientists at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, as part of an ongoing partnership between the CSIRO and the Chinese Academy of Sciences.  
The team members worked in the CSIRO's Australian Animal Health Laboratory where they carried out research into deadly pathogens in live bats. 
It was revealed in April that the Wuhan Institute of Virology had received a $3.7 million grant from the US government, and had been carrying out research on bats.

1 comment:

  1. First, 5 Eyes is a US creation involving senior security service. It is not an independent entity.

    Second, The Telegraph is slavishly loyal to American and anti-Chinese interests.

    Third, interesting you use the word "dossier" just as with the notorious Steele Dossier fabricated on order against Trump by intelligence people.


    Listen to the experts, not the disinformation people.
    This has no substance, none at all.

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