Internet 2.0 exposes Wuhan’s complacency in COVID spread

Huge surge in PCR equipment purchase by Hubei province lab

 “You don’t have to believe in coincidences because they happen everyday. The trick is to be able to discern when something is more than coincidence,” said Glenn Jones, Global Product and R&D Executive.

Indeed! The outbreak of COVID-19 Pandemic was not a coincidence but a man made scientific medium that inflicted unprecedented suffering on mankind. 

The first known case of COVID-19, a contagious disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome corona virus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), was identified in Wuhan, China, in December 2019.The disease has since spread worldwide, leading to the ongoing pandemic.

The origin of corona virus has become a highly challenging and contentious issue.  All along the Americans and the Europeans have been pointing accusing fingers at China. The WHO, for reasons unknown, kept on pushing the problem under the carpet obviously to keep China in its good books. The most powerful organ of the UN, the Security Council even failed to live up to its international obligations by side tracking the issue till the virus outbreak assumed pandemic proportion.  

In retrospect, it seems Mahatma Gandhi was right when he wrote in his autobiography Experiment with Truth, “Truth is by nature self-evident. As soon as you remove the cobwebs of lie that surround it, it shines clear.” The lies of the Chinese authorities have been exposed by David Robinson, a retired Australian Army intelligence officer. His expose is based on Internet 2.0’s report on purchasing data available on Chinese government websites. The news was immediately telecast on the Wion news channel and its Executive Editor Palki Sharma Upadhyay in a lengthy interview with Robinson came out with some brazen facts to candidly establish the role of COVID-19 outbreak from Wuhan laboratory leak. Palki presented a credible story from various facets of the spread of COVID-19 pandemic from many angles.

The relevant part of Palki’s presentation is likely to attract the interest of Trinity Mirror readers as well. In an April article published in reputed Science journal, researchers concluded that mid-October to mid-November 2019 was the most plausible period in which the first case of a person contracting COVID-19 emerged in Hubei province of China, corroborated by Robinson.

Robinson, the Co-Founder of Internet 2.O, revealed how purchases of PCR tests equipment in Hubei shot up after May 2019- well before China officially reported its first cases.

Internet 2-0 has among its clients, the Australian government. In fact, it has shared its PCR related purchases data in China with the government officials who are called the “Five Eyes” countries. This group of intelligence-sharing countries are Australia, the US, Canada, the UK and New Zealand.

Internet 2-0 collected 1,716 procurement of PCR equipment contracts from 2007 to the end of 2019, and then spent months cross-checking and analysing the data. The top areas for PCR procurement were compared to Hubei to rule out that an increase was occurring across China. In Hubei province, spending on PCR equipment slowly started moving upward in 2014. But the jump was particularly big in 2019, to 67.36 million yuan from 36.7 million yuan the year before. Based on these findings, Robinson said, “The type of Chinese organisations making big purchases of PCR equipment went up in 2019, compared to the previous year. It has come to light that in 2019the Wuhan University of Science and Technology was the biggest purchaser of PCR in Hubei province. The university has among its affiliates eight hospitals and has more than 35 teaching practice bases, 22 general hospitals and 10 disease prevention and control centres. The value of the province’s PCR deals grew in the second half of 2019.”

Robinson highlighted three particular purchases in Hubei province that he described as “out of trend” and suggested that Chinese officials were dealing with a novel human pathogen earlier in 2019 than previously disclosed.

According to Robinson, “The first purchase happened in May 2019, when the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Airborne Hospital bought PCR-related equipment, the only contract from the PLA in the database.”

The report goes on to substantiate its report that the third “out of trend” PCR-related equipment purchase took place in November 2019. This equipment purchase was for The Wuhan Institute of Virology, the laboratory” suspected” to be the basis of leak theory.

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