Article by Leo Zagami
China’s Biological Warfare Program and the irregular Freemasons of the Grand Orient De France are responsible for this novel coronavirus invented in Paris and Made in China, and I will prove it in this article providing you with the evidence in a top-secret document.
First of all, I would like explain the Chinese approach and outlook on Biological Warfare since the end of World War 2. The first major factor was the Japanese Biological Warfare attacks and human Biological Warfare experimenting on Chinese populations, which took place from 1933 to 1945, killing and injuring tens of thousands, without the Chinese being able to cope or retaliate because they were unprepared.The employment of such Biological Warfare against the Chinese by the Japanese military had a long-lasting impact on the future of China’s Biological Warfare offensive and their psychology. The Chinese official news agency, Xinhua, reported once in 2002, that “At least 270,000 Chinese soldiers and civilians were slaughtered by Japanese germ-warfare troops between 1933 and 1945’, according to an ‘in-depth study by Chinese and Japanese scholars.”
Another important factor is the Chinese belief that the United States conducted Biological Warfare offensive operations in China (and North Korea) during the Korean War (1950–53), along with the evident fact that between 1950 and 1972, the U.S. possessed an operational Biological Warfare arsenal. We also should be concerned about China’s Communist allies in the USSR. Allegedly, near the end of World War II, the USSR conducted experiments with plague, anthrax, and cholera in Soviet-occupied Mongolia that were monitored by Chinese forces. Later on, tests on various vaccines were also conducted by the USSR in Mongolia for a long time.
The Communist brotherhood between China and the USSR and their long-standing strategic cooperation did not terminate with the end of the Soviet Union and influenced the Chinese to build a stronger Biological Warfare division for their country. A comprehensive study of these geostrategic factors was published in the U.S. in 1999 within the framework of a conference organized by the U.S. National Intelligence Council and Federal Research Division that was entitled, China and Weapons of Mass Destruction: Implications for the United States.
Collectively, these Chinese perspectives shaped the People’s Liberation Army’s (PLA) approach and outlook on Biological Warfare, and yielded, naturally, a wide Chinese Biological Warfare Program, which eventually became involved with what we now call COVID-19. In the meantime, we can’t forget that China wanted to promote a different image to the world from the 90s that would facilitate their economic growth, and for this reason, they joined the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) in 1984.
However, from 1998 to 2009, two waves of intense propaganda and disinformation expressing China’s declared attitude to the BWC can be observed by those who are not willing to fall into the lies and traps of Chinese propaganda. The first one, from 1998 to 2002, as a result of increasing accusations made by the U.S. regarding an ongoing offensive Biological Warfare Program conducted by Beijing. It came as no surprise that the first wave China generated was propaganda within, that began with a “Joint Statement on Biological Weapons Convention,” issued by two Jesuit agents, Presidents Jiang Zemin and Bill Clinton during the Sino-U.S. summit meeting that took place in China in June 1998, as follows: “Recognizing the threat posed by biological and toxin weapons, the United States and China reaffirm their strong support for the complete global elimination of biological weapons. As States Parties to the Biological Weapons Convention, the two sides stress the importance of the Convention to international peace and security, fully support the purposes and objectives of the Convention, and favor comprehensively strengthening the effectiveness and universality of the Convention.”
Various further steps were taken by China for propaganda purposes, to manifest a supportive if not the entirely favorable attitude towards the BWC. On October 17, 2002, they announced the promulgation of a document called “Regulations on Export Control of Dual-use Biological Agents and Related Equipment and Technologies” in which China lied and stated that it, “Has never developed, produced or stockpiled any biological weapons, and never assisted any country to acquire or develop these weapons.”
The second wave of propaganda coincides with the period between 2006 to 2009, widely accentuated by Chinese diplomacy regarding the BWC. Once again, this action was made in response to the accumulating American accusations regarding the ongoing Biological Warfare Program run by Communist China, and the reason why they made the following statement in 2007:“All States Parties should make full use of the Convention as an important platform to strengthen cooperation and communication, promote implementation and other capacities of the Convention. China believes that adopting effective national implementation measures in accordance with the Convention and respective national situations constitutes basic obligations for the States Parties, as well as the important prerequisite and guarantee for effective implementation of all articles of the Convention.”
In a document issued in 2008 by China’s National Defence and the Chinese State Council, the chapter on arms control and disarmament emphasized adherence to the BWC to make their dear friend President Obama happy: “China observes in good faith its obligations under the BWC, and supports the multilateral efforts aimed at strengthening the effectiveness of the Convention. China has actively participated in the meetings of the parties to the Convention and the meetings of experts in a pragmatic manner. China has already established a comprehensive legislation system for the implementation of the Convention, set up a national implementation focal point, and submitted its declarations regarding confidence-building measures to the Implementation Support Unit of the Convention in a timely fashion.”
In 2009, China, who was doing more business in America thanks to Obama and the Democrats, accentuated its approach concerning Article X of the BWC, noting: “All provisions including Article X of the Convention are equally important and should be fully implemented. To strengthen international cooperation helps improve the implementation capability of States Parties, promote the effectiveness of the Convention and finally enhance the universalization of the Convention.”
As China’s influence started to grow in the World Health Organization (WHO) and the UN in 2009, they also spoke of the aspects of tackling the spread of hazardous infectious diseases as one of the new objectives of the BWC: “Information about any outbreak of acute infectious diseases should be shared in accordance with the current practice of relevant international organizations.”Especially after the SARS epidemic that took place between 2002 and 2003 when China reported it for the first time to the WHO disclosing the seriously threatening event that spread from China to 37 countries worldwide in three months. China declared that there is only one biohazard installation with the safety level (P4) throughout the country, although this has always been considered doubtful by most members of the intelligence community. Officially, the Wuhan Institute of Virology is the sole facility that is considered equipped with such biohazard measures, furnished by a French supplier that originally provided them with the infamous NOVEL STRAIN OF SARS-ASSOCIATED CORONAVIRUS that was registered with the European Patent Office in 2004.
The document in question that is published in various languages, including English, covers the detailed creation of an isolated or purified strain of human coronavirus associated with severe acute respiratory syndrome and can be downloaded from this currently functioning French link:
The Institute Pasteur,who are indicated in the document as one of the participants in the novel coronavirus project, prevalently made up of members of the Grand Orient de France, has tried to deny their involvement after the publication of this confidential document online by members the French Yellow Vests a couple of days ago, however after leozagami.com asked an attorney specialized in obtaining patents in Europe to confirm the patent registration of the novel coronavirus we received confirmation of the 2004 registration from the Direction général de la Régulation et de l’Organisation du Marché Office de le Propriété Intellectuelle(OPRI) in Bruxelles.This confirms once again that France has always been in bed with Communist China working behind the scenes to undermine U.S. interests.
France’s love affair with Chinese Communists began with the recognition of the People’s Republic of China on January 27, 1964, a crucial date that marked the beginning of their official relationship. From that point on, French-Chinese relations took off to the level of “global strategic partnership” in 2004, when the French patented their novel coronavirus.
After France joined forces with Communist China for a new strategic Sino-French alliance, they allegedly gave their precious patent for the novel coronavirus to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, an institute that investigates highly virulent viruses, such as SARS14, influenza H5N115, Japanese encephalitis16, and dengue. The Wuhan institute also experimented with the super dangerous germ causing anthrax which is well beyond the discipline of virology and demonstrates their work with Biological Warfare (BW). At the invitation of Mr. Xi Jinping, the President of China, Emmanuel Macron, President of the French Republic and a member of the atheist Grand Orient of France, paid a state visit to China during the first ten days of November 2019, and interestingly enough, the first case of the novel coronavirus dates back to a week after Macron’s depature on November 17, 2019, according to the South Morning China Post. Also both the Chinese President Xi Jinping and Emmanuel Macron faced unprecented internal opposition in 2019 with the Hong Kong protest and France’s Yellow Vest riots.
Fifty-five years after diplomatic relations were established between the two countries, the two heads of state agreed, in line with the joint declarations adopted on January 9, 2018, and March 25, 2019, to deepen the Franco-Chinese global strategic partnership.
In the meantime, during the last five years, China has reiterated various BWC aspects and declarations it had previously mentioned, as a way of buying time before unleashing their Biological Warfare on the world. All in all, its diplomacy regarding the BWC is consistent and noticeably in favor of the Convention, and yet, it stands in contradiction to China’s Biological Warfare Program, which is both defensive and offensive and violates the BWC. The truth is that Communist China adheres, only outwardly, to the requirements posed by the BWC in terms of defensive profile and biosecurity implementation so they can continue their economic growth and global take over undisturbed with the help of corrupt countries like France and Italy.
Back in 1993, U.S. intelligence officials stated that it was highly probable that China had an active and expanding offensive BW program, following an assessment that two civilian-run biological research centers were controlled by the Chinese military. The research centers were known to have previously engaged in the production and storage of BW. American suspicions intensified in 1991, when one of the suspected biological centers was enlarged. Suspicions heightened further after Beijing made, according to a U.S. official, a “patently false”declaration to the United Nations (UN) that it never made germ weapons or conducted any work to bolster defenses against a biological attack, but we now know that China has corrupted its way into silencing the UN and their WHO.
Of course, the Chinese Foreign Ministry subsequently described this accusation as groundless, denying that China had a germ weapons program, but in 1995 President Clinton, three years before he sold out to the Chinese Communists, transmitted to the U-S Congress his statutory annual report entitled: Adherence to and Compliance with Arms Control Agreementswhere he made the following statement regarding China: “[T]here are strong indications that China probably maintains its offensive BW program.” In its Chemical and Biological Defense Program Annual Report and the Chemical and Biological Defense Program Performance Plan for 2001, the US Department of Defense was even more specific, contending: “China possesses the munitions production capabilities necessary to develop, produce and weaponize biological agents.”
During a hearing on China’s proliferation practices in 2003, the U.S.–China Economic and Security Review Commission was informed as follows on the status of their BWC :“The U.S. believes that despite being a member of the Biological Weapons Convention, China maintains a BW program in violation of its BWC obligations. The United States believes that China’s consistent claims that it has never researched, produced or possessed BW are simply not true and that China still retains its BW program. Although China has submitted its voluntary annual BWC confidence-building measure (CBM) data declarations every year, the US Department of State assessed in 2005 that the information submitted therein continued to be ‘inaccurate and misleading’. Further, ‘BWC CBMs since 1991 have called on the States Parties to declare, among other things, their past offensive activities, which China has not done. On the contrary, China insists it never had such a program at all.”
Likewise, in 2007, Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) testimony at the U.S. Senate, the Select Committee on Intelligence, entitled “Current and Projected National Security Threats”(in both open and closed sessions), contended that the DIA believes China“continues to maintain some elements of an offensive biological weapons program.”
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the DIA, and intelligence agencies in other countries continued to carefully monitor China’s Biological Warfare Program, but in the end, the genie is out of the bottle and we now should simply declare war on the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) who are responsible for the COVID-19 epidemic, together with France.
A class-action lawsuit was recently filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida against the People’s Republic of China (PRC), alleging that China put its “head in the sand, and/or covered […] up” the eventual coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic for its “own economic self-interest”–at the expense of the rest of the world.” But that’s not enough, because this pandemic is a deliberate act of Biological Warfare against the West that will inevitably trigger World War III.
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