Dossier Indicates China Has Been Preparing For Bio Warfare With Coronavirus
According to the U.S. State Department, a paper written by Chinese scientists six years ago that has recently been uncovered indicate that China has been preparing for a third world war using Coronavirus and other biological and genetic weapons.
The paper indicates that Bejing had been considering the military uses of the SARS Coronaviruses since 2015 and manipulating the viruses 'in a way never seen before'. Tim Tugendhat, a Foreign Affairs committee member says the evidence is a 'major concern'.
While this information is not solid evidence that the Coronavirus variant that was released into the world was in fact a biological weapon, it does indicate that there is a strong possibility that it either was intended to be and accidentally got released, or released on purpose for some yet unknown reason.
Senior government officials have stated that this 'raises major concerns' over China's lack of regulation but has refrained from jumping to any conclusions about whether the virus was in fact released from a lab or whether it was released on purpose, or what it was intended for.
The Chinese scientists who wrote the article had stated that a third world war would be 'biological' in nature and unlike the first two world wars that have occurred in the past and claimed that bio-weapons would be 'the core weapon for victory' in a third world war, much the same as the atomic bombs dropped on Japan ended in victory during world war 2.
The document also goes into the perfect conditions for releasing the bio-weapon so as to cause the maximum amount of damage, such as not releasing it during the middle of a clear day as light from the sun can damage the pathogens, or during a time of rain or snow which can also limit the aerosol affect of the particles.
Another thing the document outlines is the fact that releasing such a weapon would cause a huge increase in patients overwhelming hospitals, and 'could cause the enemy's medical system to collapse' due to the sheer number of incoming patients.