In Part One of the Coronavirus Crisis, I talked about this disease and the panic being spread faster than the virus itself. The second part deals with the origin of this deadly virus and what you can do about it.
At the beginning of this article, I told you that some things were not adding up for me. The first one is: where did this virus originate? In October of 2014, there was a moratorium on experiments on coronaviruses like SARS, influenza virus, avian flu, and MERS. The goal of some labs was to produce a virus that was more dangerous than the original one using animals as test subjects. Their intent was to see if the virus could mutate and become more lethal and contagious between humans, causing future pandemics. The ban came after numerous “high-profile lab mishaps” at the CDC and “extremely controversial flu experiments.” Many scientists expressed their fears that a lab-created super flu pathogen might escape the confines of the biosecurity labs where researchers are conducting experiments. Even though there was a ban on this type of testing, researchers announced in 2015 they had made a lab-created hybrid. A CORONAVIRUS similar to that of SARS that was capable of infecting both human airway cells and mice. Over the past decade there have been red flags raised in the scientific community about biosecurity breaches in high containment biological labs globally and in the U.S. The federal moratorium on lethal virus experiments in the U.S. was lifted at the end of December 2017.
There are now reports that raise more questions about China’s security breaches. In January 2018, China’s first biosecurity level 4 lab, designed for the study of the world’s most dangerous pathogens opened its doors. The location? WUHAN CITY, the epicenter of the Coronavirus outbreak. The year before it opened its doors, Tim Trevan, a Maryland biosafety consultant, expressed concern about viral threats potentially escaping the Wuhan National Biosafety Laboratory as reported by Daily Mail. Senator Tom Cotton from Arkansas raised the question this past week how he believed it was not coincidental how this particular lab was in the same town as “patient zero.” The Chinese government responded quickly by lashing out at this type of rhetoric as “racist” and “xenophobic.” These are two words that Americans despise being labeled. I predict that there will be more questions than answers in the next few months, which will be similar to the 2009 swine flu panic. I wrote a newsletter that year giving you similar facts and coincidences about this virus and why I would not be getting the vaccination. To date, there are still no answers as to how that virus started either, so I am borrowing a phrase and calling this the Déjà Vu Virus.
If this was created in a lab for the purposes of study, scientists will quietly reflect after many have died that they have done well to advance science “for the greater good.” If you trust governments in general, particularly the government of China, then you must read about the original whistleblower named Dr. Li Wenliang. He worked at Wuhan Central Hospital. On December 30th, he warned fellow doctors in a chat group about the dangers of this virus that was similar to SARS. Four days later, he was summoned to the Public Security Bureau where he was told to sign a letter stating that he was making false comments, had “severely disturbed the social order,” and that he was “spreading rumors.” He died February 7th of coronavirus.
WHAT CAN I DO?
I believe the death toll in China will rise even though coronavirus is no more deadly than the common flu. This is due to the fact that China has vastly inferior medical treatment in rural areas and people will die from secondary infections that could have been easily treated. The only American who has died so far was actually in Wuhan. People who have contracted the disease and flown back to countries with good health care are being treated and released as healthy.
What you can do is the following:
- Know the initial signs and symptoms: Fever, fatigue, sore throat, shortness of breath, and dry cough
- Wash your hands with soap and water and not antibacterial soap.
- Do all of the things that increase your immune system instead of waiting for a vaccine to save the day: Take high quality supplements like Vitamin C, Vitamin D3 (sunlight is your best source), keep rooms well-ventilated by occasionally opening windows, get quality sleep, and decrease your stress. I am going to recommend our Immune Formula because it is what I take and contains the highest quality of antioxidants and immune-boosting supplements.
- Stop watching the news
If you didn’t receive my newsletter in 2009 on the swine flu, I will send it to you. Save it along with this one on the coronavirus because we are bound to have another “crisis” in the next few years. The next time, you will understand not to panic. Let everyone else put on their tin foil hats and watch the hysteria unfold.