RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The controversial WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus now considers the laboratory theory, i.e., the artificial production of the coronavirus leading to Covid 19 disease, to be “the most likely explanation”, writes the British Daily Mail in its latest report.
This is both a sensation and a scandal, as alternative media and individuals worldwide have been censored, ostracized, and even criminalized for speaking this apparent truth.
All scientists, alternative media, and other critical citizens have been censored, economically ruined, and in some cases, criminalized for questions along these lines alone since early 2020.
The dirty work was done by the “fact-checkers,” outsourced censorship agencies of Western governments whose constitution forbids direct censorship.
TEDROS PRIVATE OPINION STILL DIFFERENT FROM PUBLIC STATEMENTS
Tedros’ statement was initially carried by the British Daily Mail without an exact citation of the source. It would be an influential member of the government. The Daily Mail states that no convincing evidence has been produced that the virus was transmitted from an animal to humans.
Officially, Tedros told WHO member states that they have not yet been able to identify the origin, nor do they know how the virus was transmitted to humans. U.S. intelligence agencies, he said, continue to focus on the Wuhan lab in China as the origin.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo claimed that employees at the institute became ill with Covid-like symptoms in the fall of 2019 – weeks before the alert was raised – and said his scientists were experimenting with a very similar bat coronavirus to the one that causes Covid as part of military projects.
CHINA LARGELY IGNORES REQUESTS FOR INVESTIGATION
Since early June, WHO has been vehemently demanding that China allow further investigation into the origin of SARS-CoV-2, China has not been particularly interested in such requests. According to CBC, this “Chinese reluctance” continues to this day, no matter how many letters WHO sends to the dictatorship’s leadership.
In the meantime, the wind has apparently changed considerably. The WHO report of 2021 still listed the “laboratory theory” as “unlikely.” Tedros now speaks of this assessment having been made “prematurely”.
Yet after considerable criticism, including from some of the scientists on WHO’s team, agency chief Tedros acknowledged that it was “premature” to rule out a lab leak and said he asked China to be more transparent in sharing information.
Specifically, he said China has consistently obstructed the investigation. Chinese officials emphasize that they support the search for the origin but that “other countries should be in focus.”