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Coronavirus, is there the man's hand behind the pandemic?

Did the origin of the Covid-19 pandemic that has already infected nearly half a million people worldwide depend on chance or man?

A controversial Chinese experiment

And in the latter case, so far unproven but which some clues would lead to believe as little as possible, was it an involuntary or deliberate act? Let's go in order.

An article published in the Nature Medicine magazine of November 9, 2015 reported an experiment conducted in collaboration by the Chinese Academy of Sciences and by the University of North Carolina, in which the Wuhan University also participates, i.e. the university of the city that would later become the center of the Covid-19 epidemic and where the only BSL-4 level bioengineering laboratory in China is operating, already at the center of controversy and suspicion.

A "chimera" virus from SHC014 and SARS

Aim of the experiment: to create a “chimera” virus starting from a surface protein of the SHC014 virus (found in “horseshoe” bats in China) and from the backbone of a SARS virus engineered to grow in mice and mimic human disease.

The chimera infected human airway cells, showing that the surface protein of SHC014 has the structure necessary to bind to a key receptor on cells and infect them. It also caused disease in mice, but did not kill them” wrote Nature Medicine.

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Did the USA spread the virus?

Many thought of that experiment as the ancestor of the Sars-Cov-2 (i.e. the coronavirus responsible for theCovid-19 syndrome) and human intervention, for some volunteers, as the cause of its spread.

Those who believe in the "conspiracy theory" speaks of a maneuver by the United States to hit China (after two years of commercial war with poor results) and those European countries (such as Italy) who have come too close to Beijing and unwilling to erect barriers in high-tech sectors (for example 5G networks) as the Trump administration would like.

With the coronavirus even richer Chinese entrepreneurs

In short, two pigeons with one stone. Too bad that the reaction of central banks and governments (starting right from the Federal Reserve and the American government), to limit the damage of a global recession that “lockdowns” taken in these weeks are likely to expand, have already made up for the financial markets and the richest and most powerful men on the planet and not only in the United States.

In fact, have managed to earn over $ 3 billion apiece from the beginning of the year to March 25th some American entrepreneurs like Elon Musk (Tesla and SpaceX founder, on good terms with Barack Obama but not with Donald Trump) and Eric Yuan (Zoom Video Communications founder), but also Chinese entrepreneurs like Li Xiting and Xu Han, co-founders of the Chinese manufacturer of medical equipment Mindray Medical International, rather than Qin Yinglin, founder of the Muyuan Foodstuff food group, and Leng Youbin, the boss of China Feihe (baby milk).

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Dalio (Bridgewaters) lost his bet

Scrolling through the Bloomberg Billionaire Index, among the top 20 who have recorded an increase in their wealth, 14 & Chinese and only 4 Americans are noted, with the richest man in the world, Jeff Bezos (founder of Amazon, assets of over 116 billion dollars, like Musk disliked by Trump) which has seen its assets increase "just" of 1.5 billions.

Ray Dalio, manager of the Bridgewaters fund at the center of conspiracy suspects for “betting” since the end of 2019 on the falls in the markets and single securities up to $ 14 billion (but compared to over 150 billion of outstanding investments), it has instead seen its wealth decrease by 1.25 billion. Other American billionaires like Warren Buffett, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg registered tens of billions of dollars in capital losses each (for a total of over 53 billion potential losses).

It is human to blame others, not coronavisus

If the thesis that the crisis was deliberately caused to enrich the US does not hold up, even the one that the Sars-Cov-2 is the result of human manipulation such as SHC014 has been sharply denied by scientists. In a study conducted by Kristian Andersen, researcher of the Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, you can read: “By comparing the genetic data currently available for different types of coronavirus, we can resolutely determine that Sars-CoV-2 originated through natural processes”.

Despite all this evidence of "non-conspiracy", the idea of conspiracty continues to please professor Francis Boyle, father of the Biological Weapons Act signed in 1989 by the then president George Bush (senior). Boyle, certainly authoritative in the field of biomedical research, unfortunately is also a well-known American anti-Zionist and conspiracy theorist, being among other things a historical collaborator ofInfowars, far-right site banned from social media around the world for hate speech.

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This fact is not accidental: it has been shown that conspiracy theory tends to be appreciated above all by those who conceive relations between nations and people as a clash of power and not a form of collaboration. And, in every age, it tends to blame "the other" of any evil in the world, just think of how it was called syphilis in every country (in Italy known as "French disease", in France called "Italian disease" or "Neapolitan disease", in Poland "disease of Germans", in Russia "Poles disease" and so on).

Tags: Unsolved mysteries, Conspiracy theory, Health