The top immunologist and Wuhan virus whistleblower, who escaped China after making her revelations public, told The Star News Network Chinese President Xi Jin-Ping and the Chinese Communist Party released COVID-19 at the 2019 Military World Games in Wuhan held Oct. 22 through Oct. 27.
“The Xi Jin-Ping team’s, I mean emergency reaction of those teams, they have prepared different military drills combined with the local doctors and citizens of China, especially in Wuhan,” said Dr. Li-Meng Yan, who was a researcher at the World Health Organization facility in Hong Kong when she was tasked with figuring out the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Yan said in the year before the World Military Games in Wuhan, and then more so in September 2019, the Chinese government was setting up for a pandemic event, which according to her sources would have been attributed to a foreign games participant bringing the contagion to Wuhan through the airport.
“This is not an accident because they prepared, and this is something they prepared to happen during the military games,” she said.
The medical doctor-turned-researcher said this scenario is consistent with Chinese Communist Party military doctrine, which teaches that releasing a bioweapon into a large gathering is effective and difficult to trace.
“To Chinese Communist Party and the military theory in the unrestricted bioweapon, that big gathering, big events like military games or Olympics is very ideal for, in fact, people, participants, and lets them bring these pathogens all over the world—and no one can trace the origin after the outbreak.”
On Jan. 19, 2020, Yan became the first researcher to debunk the so-called natural origins theory, pushed by the Chinese and their allies in the West, and she escaped from Hong Kong April 28, 2020, after threats were made against her.
The natural origins theory said that COVID-19 began as a bat virus transmitted to a miner hundreds of miles from Wuhan.
Yan said COVID-19 did not come from a bat infecting a miner, nor did it originate in the so-called wet markets of Wuhan. Instead, it was released at the 2019 World Military Games as part of a test of its lethality and communicability.
There was no outbreak in late October and early November 2019; instead, the pandemic outbreak began in the middle of December, resulting from a second release of the COVID-19 virus by the Chinese, she said.
The former post-doctoral fellow at the University of Hong Kong said the real mystery is why the attack failed on the 2019 World Military Games, not whether its eventual, successful release was deliberate.
“This kind of out-of-control happened in Wuhan, but it was not as expected as the Chinese government spread it and caused an outbreak at that time in other countries,” Yan said.
“We don’t know why, based on my evidence until now, we didn’t see it successfully spreading the virus all over the world through the military games.”
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Neil W. McCabe is the national political editor of The Star News Network based in Washington. He is an Army Reserve public affairs NCO and an Iraq War veteran. Send him news tips: [email protected] Follow him on TruthSocial & GETTR: @ReporterMcCabe.