In late 2019 by Zhang Jixian noticed a cluster of severe infections linked to Huanan Seafood Market. On 30 December 2019 another Chinese doctor, Li Wenliang, warned colleagues of his suspicions that they faced a hitherto unknown virus and alerted the world via the Internet.
The Western commercially-controlled media promoted the idea that the virus was of natural zoonotic origin, and originated in China, although independent voices cast doubt on both claims, noting that BSL4 laboratories including the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) had been working on “gain of function” for coronaviruses, and that numerous piece of circumstantial evidence suggested an emergence perhaps 6 months earlier, possibly in the US. In April 2020, corporate media hinted at intelligence findings that the virus was created in the WIV, while various pieces of evidence suggested that it was in late 2019, perhaps 3-4 months before the Covid-19 official narrative.
Neil Ferguson, the Director of the Abdul Latif Jameel Institute for Disease and Emergency Analytics (J-IDEA) at Imperial College (London) predicted 2.2 million Americans would die from the Coronavirus and that 500,000 Brits would die based on his faulty models – in spite of the University of Florida researchers finding no asymptomatic or presymptomatic spread.
Who is creating these models? Watch at 1:52 – 2:50