COVID-19:该病毒起源于美国的进一步证据

2020-03-13 03:17:35 来源:拉里·罗曼诺夫(Larry Romanoff)

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COVID-19:该病毒起源于美国的进一步证据


作者:拉里·罗曼诺夫(Larry Romanoff)


阅读此以前的文章作为背景会很有用:

中国的冠状病毒:令人震惊的更新。该病毒起源于美国吗?

通过拉里·罗曼诺夫(Larry Romanoff),2020年3月4日

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正如读者会从前一篇文章中回顾到的那样,日本和台湾的流行病学家和药理学家已经确定,新的冠状病毒几乎可以肯定地起源于美国,因为该国是唯一已知的具有所有五种类型的病毒-所有其他病毒都必须来自该病毒后代。中国的武汉只有其中一种类型,比喻它是一种“分支”,它本身不能存在,但必须从“树”中生长出来。

这位台湾医生指出,2019年8月,美国出现了一连串肺炎或类似肺炎,美国人将此归咎于从电子烟中``冒出来'',但据科学家称,这种症状和病情无法通过以下方式解释:电子烟。他说,他写信给美国官员,告诉他们他怀疑那些死亡可能是由于冠状病毒造成的。他声称他的警告被忽略了。

在此之前,由于缺乏防止病原体泄漏的保障措施,疾病预防控制中心完全关闭了美国军方在马里兰州福特里克堡的主要生物实验室,并向军方下达了完整的“停止令”。紧接此事件之后,出现了“电子烟”流行病。

纽约时报的屏幕截图 2019年8月8日

我们还于2019年9月在夏威夷(从未到过中国的人们)感染了日本公民,这些感染在武汉爆发之前很久就发生在美国土壤上,但仅在德里特里克堡被封锁后不久才发生。

然后,在中国社交媒体上,出现了另一篇文章,了解了上述内容,但提供了更多详细信息。它部分指出,有五名“外国”运动员或其他人员前往武汉参加世界军事运动会(2019年10月18日至27日)因不确定的感染而住院。

该文章更清楚地解释了武汉版病毒可能仅来自美国,因为这就是他们所说的“分支机构”,由于没有“种子”,因此不能首先创建该分支机构。它一定是从原始“树干”中分离出来的新品种,而该树干仅在美国存在。(1)

公众普遍猜测冠状病毒是有意传播到中国的,但根据中国的文章,可以选择一种不太危险的替代方法。

如果在10月18日至27日举行的世界军事运动的美国队某些成员因Fort Detrick意外爆发而被该病毒感染,那么在最初的潜伏期很长的情况下,他们的症状可能很轻微,这些人在逗留期间很容易“游览”了武汉市,可能感染了成千上万各地的当地居民,其中许多人后来前往海鲜市场,病毒像野火一样从那里传播(确实如此) 。

这也将说明定位传说中的“患者零”的实际可能性,在这种情况下,由于会有很多患者,因此从未发现过。

接下来,华盛顿乔治敦大学(Georgetown University)传染病专家丹尼尔·露西(Daniel Lucey)在《科学》杂志的一篇文章中说,已确认首次人类感染发生在2019年11月(不在武汉),这表明该病毒起源于其他地方然后传播到海鲜市场。“早在2019年9月18日,一个小组就确定了暴发的起源。” (2)(3)

武汉海产品市场可能不是全球传播新病毒的来源。

最早的病例描述表明,禽流感的爆发始于其他地方。

该文章指出:

“随着新病毒的确诊病例以惊人的速度在世界范围内激增,迄今为止,所有人的目光都集中在中国武汉的海鲜市场上,作为爆发的起源。但是,周五在《柳叶刀》杂志上发表的第一批临

床病例的描述挑战了这一假设。” (4)(5)

该论文由来自不同机构的一大批中国研究人员撰写,提供了有关首批41例已确诊感染2019年新型冠状病毒(2019-nCoV)的住院患者的详细信息。

作者报告说,最早的情况是该患者于2019年12月1日患病,没有报道与海鲜市场有联系。他们说:“在第一个病人和以后的病人之间没有发现流行病学联系”。他们的数据还显示,总共41宗案件中有13宗与市场无关。丹尼尔·露西(Daniel Lucey)说:“这个数字很大,13个,没有任何联系。” 。。(6)

中国卫生当局和世界卫生组织在较早的报道中说,第一例患者已于2019年12月8日开始出现症状-这些报道只是说“大多数”病例与1月1日关闭的海鲜市场有关。(7)

露西说:“如果新数据准确,那么最早的人类感染一定是在2019年11月发生的-如果不是更早的话-因为感染和症状浮出水面之间需要一定的时间。如果是这样,那么该病毒可能会在武汉市乃至其他地区的人们之间悄无声息地传播,然后在12月下旬发现该市现在声名狼籍的华南海鲜批发市场的大量病例。Lucey断言:“病毒在进入那个市场之前就进入了那个市场。”

露西对《科学内幕》说:“中国一定已经意识到这种流行病并非起源于武汉华南海鲜市场。” (8)

克里斯蒂安·安德森(Kristian Andersen)是斯克里普斯研究所(Scripps Research Institute)的进化生物学家,他分析了2019-nCoV的序列以试图阐明其起源。他说,这种情况“完全有可能”被感染者从外部将病毒带入海鲜市场。根据《科学》杂志的文章,

“安徒生于1月25日在病毒学研究网站上发布了他对2019-nCoV的27个可用基因组的分析。这表明他们早在2019年10月1日就拥有“最新的共同祖先”,即共同的来源。” (9)

有趣的是,露西还指出,中东呼吸综合征最初被认为是2012年6月来自沙特阿拉伯的一名患者,但后来进行了更深入的研究,追溯到该年4月约旦早些时候因无法解释的肺炎在医院爆发。露西说,医学部门从保存在约旦死亡的人的样本中证实他们已经感染了MERS病毒。(10)

这将为公众在接受西方媒体一直渴望提供的“官方标准叙事”方面提供谨慎的动力,就像他们对SARS,MERS和ZIKA所做的那样,后来所有“官方叙事”都被证明可以完全错了。

在这种情况下,西方媒体充斥着长达数月的报道,内容涉及人们食用蝙蝠和野生动物引起的武汉海产品市场上产生的COVID-19病毒。所有这些都被证明是错误的。

该病毒不仅不起源于海鲜市场,也根本不起源于武汉,现在已经证明它不是起源于中国,而是从另一个国家带到中国的。这种说法的部分证明是,伊朗和意大利的病毒基因组变种已被测序,并宣布不具有感染中国的变种的任何部分,并且根据定义必须来自其他地方。

似乎唯一可能的起源是美国,因为只有那个国家拥有所有品种的“树干”。因此,COVID-19病毒的原始来源可能是位于迪特里克堡的美国军事生物战实验室。鉴于CDC完全关闭了Fort Detrick,这不足为奇,而且还因为正如我在前一篇文章中提到的那样,在2005年至2012年之间,美国经历了1,059起事件,其中病原体被盗或从美国生物中逃脱了。前十年的实验室-平均每三天进行一次。

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英文原文:

COVID-19: Further Evidence that the Virus Originated in the US

By Larry Romanoff

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It would be useful to read this prior article for background:

China’s Coronavirus: A Shocking Update. Did The Virus Originate in the US?

By Larry Romanoff, March 04, 2020

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As readers will recall from the earlier article (above), Japanese and Taiwanese epidemiologists and pharmacologists have determined that the new coronavirus almost certainly originated in the US since that country is the only one known to have all five types – from which all others must have descended. Wuhan in China has only one of those types, rendering it in analogy as a kind of “branch” which cannot exist by itself but must have grown from a “tree”.

The Taiwanese physician noted that in August of 2019 the US had a flurry of lung pneumonias or similar, which the Americans blamed on ‘vaping’ from e-cigarettes, but which, according to the scientist, the symptoms and conditions could not be explained by e-cigarettes. He said he wrote to the US officials telling them he suspected those deaths were likely due to the coronavirus. He claims his warnings were ignored.

Immediately prior to that, the CDC totally shut down the US Military’s main bio-lab at Fort Detrick, Maryland, due to an absence of safeguards against pathogen leakages, issuing a complete “cease and desist” order to the military. It was immediately after this event that the ‘e-cigarette’ epidemic arose.

Screenshot from The New York Times August 08, 2019

We also had the Japanese citizens infected in September of 2019, in Hawaii, people who had never been to China, these infections occurring on US soil long before the outbreak in Wuhan but only shortly after the locking down of Fort Detrick.

Then, on Chinese social media, another article appeared, aware of the above but presenting further details. It stated in part that five “foreign” athletes or other personnel visiting Wuhan for the World Military Games (October 18-27, 2019) were hospitalised in Wuhan for an undetermined infection.

The article explains more clearly that the Wuhan version of the virus could have come only from the US because it is what they call a “branch” which could not have been created first because it would have no ‘seed’. It would have to have been a new variety spun off the original ‘trunk’, and that trunk exists only in the US. (1)

There has been much public speculation that the coronavirus had been deliberately transmitted to China but, according to the Chinese article, a less sinister alternative is possible.

If some members of the US team at the World Military Games (18-27 October) had become infected by the virus from an accidental outbreak at Fort Detrick it is possible that, with a long initial incubation period, their symptoms might have been minor, and those individuals could easily have ‘toured’ the city of Wuhan during their stay, infecting potentially thousands of local residents in various locations, many of whom would later travel to the seafood market from which the virus would spread like wildfire  (as it did).

That would account also for the practical impossibility of locating the legendary “patient zero” – which in this case has never been found since there would have been many of them.

Next, Daniel Lucey, an infectious disease expert at Georgetown University in Washington, said in an article in Science magazine that the first human infection has been confirmed as occurring in November 2019, (not in Wuhan), suggesting the virus originated elsewhere and then spread to the seafood markets. “One group put the origin of the outbreak as early as 18 September 2019.” (2) (3)

Wuhan seafood market may not be source of novel virus spreading globally.

Description of earliest cases suggests outbreak began elsewhere.

The article states:

“As confirmed cases of a novel virus surge around the world with worrisome speed, all eyes have so far focused on a seafood market in Wuhan, China, as the origin of the outbreak. But a description of the first clinical cases published in The Lancet on Friday challenges that hypothesis.” (4) (5)

The paper, written by a large group of Chinese researchers from several institutions, offers details about the first 41 hospitalized patients who had confirmed infections with what has been dubbed 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV).

In the earliest case, the patient became ill on 1 December 2019 and had no reported link to the seafood market, the authors report. “No epidemiological link was found between the first patient and later cases”, they state. Their data also show that, in total, 13 of the 41 cases had no link to the marketplace. “That’s a big number, 13, with no link”, says Daniel Lucey . . . (6)

Earlier reports from Chinese health authorities and the World Health Organization had said the first patient had onset of symptoms on 8 December 2019 – and those reports simply said “most” cases had links to the seafood market, which was closed on 1 January. (7)

“Lucey says if the new data are accurate, the first human infections must have occurred in November 2019 – if not earlier – because there is an incubation time between infection and symptoms surfacing. If so, the virus possibly spread silently between people in Wuhan – and perhaps elsewhere – before the cluster of cases from the city’s now-infamous Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market was discovered in late December. “The virus came into that marketplace before it came out of that marketplace”, Lucey asserts.

“China must have realized the epidemic did not originate in that Wuhan Huanan seafood market”, Lucey told Science Insider. (8)

Kristian Andersen is an evolutionary biologist at the Scripps Research Institute who has analyzed sequences of 2019-nCoV to try to clarify its origin. He said the scenario was “entirely plausible” of infected persons bringing the virus into the seafood market from somewhere outside. According to the Science article,

“Andersen posted his analysis of 27 available genomes of 2019-nCoV on 25 January on a virology research website. It suggests they had a “most recent common ancestor” – meaning a common source – as early as 1 October 2019.” (9)

It was interesting that Lucey also noted that MERS was originally believed to have come from a patient in Saudi Arabia in June of 2012, but later and more thorough studies traced it back to an earlier hospital outbreak of unexplained pneumonia in Jordan in April of that year. Lucey said that from stored samples from people who died in Jordan, medical authorities confirmed they had been infected with the MERS virus. (10)

This would provide impetus for caution among the public in accepting the “official standard narrative” that the Western media are always so eager to provide – as they did with SARS, MERS, and ZIKA, all of which ‘official narratives’ were later proven to have been entirely wrong.

In this case, the Western media flooded their pages for months about the COVID-19 virus originating in the Wuhan seafood market, caused by people eating bats and wild animals. All of this has been proven wrong.

Not only did the virus not originate at the seafood market, it did not originate in Wuhan at all, and it has now been proven that it did not originate in China but was brought to China from another country. Part of the proof of this assertion is that the genome varieties of the virus in Iran and Italy have been sequenced and declared to have no part of the variety that infected China and must, by definition, have originated elsewhere.

It would seem the only possibility for origination is the US because only that country has the “tree trunk” of all the varieties. And it may therefore be true that the original source of the COVID-19 virus was the US military bio-warfare lab at Fort Detrick. This would not be a surprise, given that the CDC completely shut down Fort Detrick, but also because, as I related in an earlier article, between 2005 and 2012 the US had experienced 1,059 events where pathogens had been either stolen or escaped from American bio-labs during the prior ten years – an average of one every three days.

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Larry Romanoff is a retired management consultant and businessman. He has held senior executive positions in international consulting firms, and owned an international import-export business. He has been a visiting professor at Shanghai’s Fudan University, presenting case studies in international affairs to senior EMBA classes. Mr. Romanoff lives in Shanghai and is currently writing a series of ten books generally related to China and the West. He can be contacted at: 2186604556@qq.com. He is a frequent contributor to Global Research.

Notes

(1) https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/CjGWaaDSKTyjWRMyQyGXUA

(2) https://science.sciencemag.org/content/367/6477/492.full

(3) Science; Jon Cohen; Jan. 26, 2020 

https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/01/wuhan-seafood-market-may-not-be-source-novel-virus-spreading-globally

(4) https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(20)30183-5/fulltext

(5) https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(20)30183-5/fulltext

(6) http://wjw.wuhan.gov.cn/front/web/showDetail/2020011109036

(7) http://wjw.wuhan.gov.cn/front/web/showDetail/2020011509040

(8) https://sciencespeaksblog.org/2020/01/25/wuhan-coronavirus-2019-ncov-qa-6-an-evidence-based-hypothesis/

(9) http://virological.org/t/clock-and-tmrca-based-on-27-genomes/347

(10) http://applications.emro.who.int/emhj/v19/Supp1/EMHJ_2013_19_Supp1_S12_S18.pdf

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