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Fresh update on "wuhan" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"There is a lot of talk about recession now that doesn't mean it isn't going to happen. I think the risk is actually quite elevated. I do think headline inflation is going to come off the boil pretty rapidly as we move into the middle of next year. But unfortunately for team transitory, I don't think that is going to bail them out. Michael Dada, on Friday, happy birthday to Mike. They joined us especially for his birthday, the MCAT partners, chief economist and macro strategist ahead of payrolls coming out of payrolls really decent numbers relative to expectations, payrolls up, upside surprise, wages better than expected. Here's your equity market off the back of all of that. Equities just a little negative into the close on Friday. Waking up Monday morning to losses of just 6 tenths of 1% on the S&P, yield time by three basis points or so three 52. And that dollar weakness, it sticks. Euro dollar, a one O 5 88, just creeping up Tom on one O 6. Sticks with the EM complex as well. We've had some wonderful work over the year from Damien sasar Bloomberg intelligence on this. We're going to get to the giant Stephen angler of standard charter in a moment just outstanding on cross rates in the dynamics of the standard charter world, which is an ownership of EM expertise. But first, a brief, Alan WAN joins us with Bloomberg, we're thrilled he could be with us today. Alan, I want you to cut to the chase on the strong renminbi. We have seen the yuan move from 7.27 .3 ish down to a very strong 6.95. Is that a manipulation of Beijing or does that market forces? I think it's market forces. I think that people are getting very bullish about a reopening. Maybe earlier than people have expected. A lot of economists are starting to change their forecasts for maybe reopening in March or even early summer. So I think that it does reflect to market bullishness. And the markets, as you know, jump to the endgame. They're kind of like what's next year looks like 12 months away. Let's have the full reopening right now all at once up front. And can you walk us through incremental moves that are actually being made across Chinese cities at the moment? Sure. First, let's get to the idea of protests. So I get where he wants to what's going on. I mean, basically the process of diet down apart from news one on the weekend, a peaceful protest at Wuhan university over some registered COVID rules there. But ask the exception, I mean, the most significant development over the weekend is the fact that the government keeps announcing either the species are convoluting measures. And the most interesting part about that is that these are the kind of restrictions that affect people's daily lives. And in Shanghai, the authorities are telling folks, you no longer need to show you PCR test result. In order to keep home transport or do enter outdoor public venues. And how do they do them pretty much the same thing, but you're also saying you don't need to show your PCR test score results in Oregon to office. And some markets. And this is spraying across the country. I'm going to make a cities doing the same thing. Wuhan and zhengzhou. And then you have cities like July in Guangdong where authorities are telling people, don't even bother to take COVID tests unless you actually think that you have the disease, or even exposed. But the downside to all this, though, is the fact that all these rapid reversal of these restrictions is leading to a lot of places shutting down all these COVID testing booths as leading to long lines. A lot of frustration, especially in cities like Beijing. And since you still really need these uncovered tests in order to get into bars restaurants and like for me, I was planning to go to dentist tomorrow, but then they told me, oh, I need a 24 hour test result. I'm like, let me think about that. Slow changes, slow changes. I don't want to make Shanghai and a wonderful thank you, sir. And then just bringing home the reality of what's still happening on the ground in the city. Yes. I mean, I think people don't quite realize that you would have to get a PCR test to go to the dentist Tom. Yeah. Somewhere like Shanghai. Deadline. To get on public transport. Are part of our dedicated Chinese team, truly spread all the brilliant China as well. This is a joy right now. Steven anglin are lean forward, global Wall Street is global head of G ten FX research which barely describes the path from McGill and Yale to his excellence on Wall Street and foreign exchange. Steven, I wanted to frame your essay on John Taylor and the Taylor rule. There's an efficacy or policy whether it's, you know, the tailor rule, the beverage curve and all that. You say baloney, we need a new angular rule. What's the englander rule that gets us beyond the desire for higher and higher interest rates? Well, unfortunately, there are a number of englander rules, but none of which competes with the tailored role. I think the issue for the fed is having race rates as fast as they have done. Having no experience in the last two decades, it's even three decades of using interest rates to slow the economy down. They just don't know what the dynamics are. And so right now I think that their time horizon is two or three meetings ahead that they kind of say, well, wait and see what inflation does as it happens. But I do think that for them, the slowing of the economy is crucial because at the back of their mind, there's a Phillips curve. And if you combine the curve on the table rule, it says that once the economy starts slowing down, it means that and say, unemployment goes up, that means you're growing below potential. It means your rates are above neutral. And it means eventually your inflation is going to slow down. Do you assume Steven is an architecture that we move from the pandemic and supply side dynamics and supply side shocks back over to a traditional demand side or demand of the economy analysis. Can we actually make that transition back? I understand that's an original concept. Uh, no. If you look back to the 70s, which bears remarkable resemblance to what we're living through now, you know, there were a lot of cost push factors that kept inflation up besides energy prices, regulation, unions, and union power and so on. And I think that we're going to be having to deal with those. Some of those are factors are going to be commendable like the shift to renewable energy, but there's also a cost to it. And I think we're going to be balancing the supply and demand factors for the next
The Threat to Our Liberties Goes Beyond Government
"There's one story that I found super interesting. And if you listen to our podcast or if you listen to kind of what we talk about at turning point USA, we have been repeating the theme that the threats to our freedoms and liberties, it's more than just what the government is doing. It's also what corporate America is doing in collusion with the federal government, regardless of your political views, we should all be able to agree back in the 2020 election it was wrong for the FBI, the Federal Bureau of Investigation to go to Facebook and demand that they censor the Hunter Biden laptop story saying that it was Russian disinformation. You might be the biggest Biden fan in the world here tonight, by the way. Welcome, and I got to ask you, how's that going? But welcome. Thank you for being here tonight. We appreciate that. But that's wrong. You should not be able to use the force of government or the threat of force of government to go to a private actor and be able to suppress stories that could impact an election. It's not sustainable. It's wrong. It'd be wrong if a conservative did it. It's wrong if a liberal does it. Now, one of the places where censorship has just reigned supreme over the last couple of years has been on Twitter. Now, I have a Twitter account still, thankfully, I'm one of the survivors, despite many people that anyone been banned on Twitter here, raise your hand. Okay, well, you might be liberated soon. We'll talk about that in just a second. So, but Twitter is not the biggest social media platform, but I think people misunderstand Twitter. Twitter is an incubator of elite opinion. So people that write columns, people that host podcasts, people that are on television, they go to Twitter to see what the smart kids are thinking to have consensus and then they put it kind of through their communication channels. So set differently, Twitter is not about the amount of people consuming information. It's who is consuming the information. Now, Twitter has by far maybe TikTok more so, but TikTok is pandering to a different generation. But that's a separate issue. Twitter has been the worst when it comes to speech of any private actor the last couple of years. For example, suppressing the Hunter Biden laptop story, kicking people off for having heterodox opinions of where the virus came from, which by the way, the virus did come from the Wuhan institute of virology, not from some wet market where they set originally and you could get kicked off Twitter for saying that. Originally, which now actually is factual and true. And so Twitter has been a blunt force object of a censorship regime.
Unredacted Emails Show Scientist Doubt Over Origins of COVID
"Through a freedom of information lawsuit guardian reporter Jimmy Tobias obtained newly unredacted emails detailing both the February 1st 2020 teleconference between doctor Anthony Fauci director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and virologists discussing the SARS CoV-2 virus as well as correspondence pertaining to COVID-19's possible origins After a long foia fight he tweets out I just received a bunch of new unredacted emails detailing his teleconference Emily cop a reporter with the nonprofit investigative research group U.S. right to know has incorporated these findings into an extensive and detailed timeline concerning the proximal origin of SARS CoV-2 She noted that in February 2020 when the aforementioned teleconference took place Several top virologists sought to examine the nature of the coronavirus that would go on to kill tens of millions of people worldwide Although the ultimately concluded in the journal nature medicine at the virus had not been engineered stating quote we do not believe that any type of laboratory based scenario is plausible behind the scenes it was a great deal of doubt Many of the scientists who were attempting to account for the origin of the Führer cleavage site on the virus's spike protein responsible for its relatively high infectivity were confronted with the strong possibility of human intervention U.S. rights in a reported that in January 2020 Danish evolutionary biologists and Scripps research institute immunology professor Christian G Anderson raised the matter of a gain of function study that looked like a how to manual for building the Wuhan coronavirus in a laboratory
Vaccinated People Now Make up a Majority of COVID Deaths
"So yeah there's a lot we gotta ask Fauci about particularly as a new report came out today and said the majority of people who've died of COVID have been vaccinated which of course is shocking As they also buried another report that vitamin D levels may have a direct correlation with your ability to survive the virus But again Fauci worked directly with the tech companies to silence quote unquote disinformation If you remember anybody who went out of line and said anything even about the lab origins of COVID was probably shut down and silenced There's a lot to answer for My theory of course is that we can now trace the gain of function research funding from Fauci's office and Collins office He's another one that should be hauled in Directly to the Wuhan lab we know that they were experimenting with these viruses These guys admitted in these emails they were working on this fury in cleavage They were working on these weird Frankenstein mice and the cells in the lungs and everything like that They created this thing and they knew that they did and they tried to lie and cover it up by finding a way they could justify this came from nature And because the media in this country the corporate media loved Fauci and don't forget Brad Pitt played the guy in Saturday Night Live He was a hero to people The nation's leading infectious disease doctor you actually have to say that by law whatever you say his name Did you know that Well they love him so much so anything he said they just went with gospel so when he said no no no this was this came from a bat
Ellen DeGeneres Got a Little Out of Whack the Other Day
"Ellen DeGeneres got a little out of whack the other day too, with some shit she said. Again, while sitting in one of her palatial estates, I think the Bel Air house on the baby, maybe the montecito house, which is even more insane. And she actually said during the broadcast, this feels like jail. Obviously, Ellen and Portia have been quarantined in their gigantic mansion for weeks now, like all of us have. She hasn't been filming her show for obvious reasons, but she's been doing episodes from home. And I think it was Monday's episode. She's pitching about all the time she's spending at home. And it started out to be kind of fun and lighthearted and she sent something that Twitter then just decided to fucking rip her a new ass over. She said, thanks for not being here. This is crazy. I wasn't supposed to be doing my show from my house until next season. Today I'm filming this in my living room because it has the best light and sound and all the other rooms in my house are filled with toilet paper. It's nice actually because we get to spend time together and talk and really get to know each other. Did you know Porsche was from Australia? Okay, chuckle chuckle. Then she says, this is like being in jail. Mostly because I've been wearing the same clothes for ten days and everyone in here is gay. Personally, I get the joke, you know, I'm not bothered by it all. I get what she was going for, but you know, because there are very bad men who are dying of the Wuhan fluent prisons around the country, a lot of the white knights out there on Twitter took Ellen to task. And listen, I know a lot of comics who worship Ellen stand up skills. And they're right because she's really good at stand up. I mean, you may not like a comedy, but the way she constructs an act, a joke, a punchline. She's great at it. One of the best, to be honest, what I don't like is her shtick about, I'm just a regular everyday person. Come on, stop it. She's not a regular person. Don't be caught up in even thinking that.
Researchers Have Created a Covid-Type Virus With 80% Lethality
"More lethal strain of COVID created in Boston University lab, researchers at Boston University have developed a new COVID strain with an 80% kill rate. And now let's think about this for a minute. First of all, an 80% kill rate, what? We're talking about 8 out of ten that get the virus die of it. Think of what this would do to the world that this kind of a virus were released. Now, I mean, think about how COVID got out. It now seems likely scientists continue to investigate or debate and not with sufficient intensity, by the way. Debbie and I often talk about this W is like, what's happening with the investigation of where this virus really came from? How did it get out? What were the motives behind it? Or was this just negligence? Did it in fact come for the lab from a lab? It looks likely that it did. It came out of the Wuhan lab, not out of a wet market. That theory, which was once treated as dogma, is now at least has a competing theory. And so here's the point, what are we doing with this gain of function research where we're taking viruses playing with them? Apparently what the Boston University researchers did is they took the omicron variant, and they took the original virus. The original Wuhan virus, if you will, and they mixed them together and they created in a sense a more lethal variant, which kills now it turns out kills 80%, not in humans because they are not doing human trials, but in mice. So yes, it's not humans. It's mice, but let's think about it when you give the omicron variant a mice. They have a very mild case of COVID, which means that that the reaction in mice is mirroring the reaction in humans.
Daily Mail: Boston Lab Creates New Covid Strain With 80% Kill Rate
"The daily mail is reporting that there's a Boston lab out there where scientists are quote creating a new deadly COVID strain with an 80% kill rate Holy what could possibly go wrong there It sounds like we had like a COVID epidemic or anything like that So you know you read this story and you think again it would be an opportunity for the right and the left if you watch at home at Fox nation let's link arms and shields and let's say hey this sounds like a really bad idea but let me get you in the leftist head The reason you're going to see a muted response to this from the left is why You know you know you already beat me to the punch again many of you boom hit me There you go and then the kisser You see Donald Trump a long time ago who they hate He's the anti communist who they hate and they're the anti anti communist right Donald Trump a long time ago when the COVID virus leaked from the COVID studying lab in Wuhan where the Wuhan originating virus came from Donald Trump said you know what I think this came from a lab Now because Donald Trump said it the left's instinct was what Come on if you've been paying attention you got the answer You already know The left's response is we're all for China Team China baby Team COVID-19 Donald Trump says it leaked from a lab It was China's fault We love China We love COVID That that's the left Don't laugh Please I'm not kidding I'm not joking All right the language I used to describe it maybe slightly exaggerated But the principle I promise you is true
Steve Deace: The Health Elites' Mess Dumped Onto the World
"What I truly believe happened here Dan is that our elites people like Fauci and the people in the health sector thought they were working with their good old friends this shy coms to come up with a preemptive vaccine for the next SARS or mers level event And the chicom said you bet skipped that's exactly what we're doing over here in the Wuhan institute of virology And one of the most densely populated areas of the world where the guy who runs the lab used to run our bio weapons program You bet skip We're all just one big happy globalist elite family here Working putting up like buckwheat for the plea So that's all we're doing here You keep doing that All right And I think they got suckered into this And thought they were doing something magnanimous and it was a bioweapon from the very beginning And I think once they recognize where this came from you know it didn't come from bats that nest 900 kilometers away from Wuhan All right once they recognize that I think they may panicked They weren't sure how much natural laws of immunology and virology applied to a synthetic turmeric virus which is basically a mongoloid or Frankenstein form of a virus that they created in a lab And I think they panicked And then there was greed Let's go ahead and take medications that prove from hydroxychloroquine to Ivermectin to stunt viral replication in the body and allow the immune system to come in Now it's panic we went from panic to greed Let's go ahead and stifle those medications and set everybody up for a never ending cadre of injections for various maladies with these mRNA shots All the worst impulses of human nature the naivete stupidity of our elites the greed of our elites the sinister motivations and dominionism of the Chi coms All these things got tossed into a cauldron with a wing of an eye of newt then and stirred together And then it got dumped on the whole freaking world That's what happened
Saftely Protocol Was Skipped for the Questionable Covid Vaccines
"Idea that you mentioned 6 month olds, you mentioned toddlers being vaccinated. Before a foreign substance that is a pharmaceutical is permitted to be sold and used in this fashion, what is the standard for testing if it is safe? What is the protocol? How long does it usually take to make sure that a new medicine is safe to inject into adults, let alone children? The regulatory guidance for a vaccine is two years of observation on safety data. And then if it's a genetic product, it's 5 years on cardiology I can use some genetic products once called mersen. We use that for a while. Now Peter is in. These are small interfering RNA, a product. So we can use them, but they have many years of safety data to make sure they don't integrate with the human genome or reverse transcribe. Make sure they don't cause cancer or birth defects. All of that was skipped with the COVID-19 vaccines, even though they were developed long before COVID-19, the crisis emerged. We know that the Moderna CEO Stefan paints out, he was the billionaire CEO of biomarker you. They built the biosecurity nx lab for the Wuhan Chinese lab by the CCP. So Stefan baines was working with the Chinese back before 2015 and then he changed to Moderna and then Moderna started working with the Chinese and the U.S. government on the Moderna vaccine. So this was years in advance of
Fresh Off a Primary Victory, Congressman Matt Gaetz Calls In
"We have congressman Matt Gaetz on the line who just achieved an incredible victory a massive stunning victory on air when they threw everything at him. He was able to come in on top of Congress engaged, welcome to the program. Thanks so much for having me, Jack. And you're the, you're the favorite guest host of all my favorite podcasts, whether it's the Charlie Kirk show, whether it's the war room. I love hearing the other human events daily, but you know I open the podcast app and it's just which program that Jack was so because hosting am I going to listen to you on any given day? Maybe fired up guess who is firebrand one of these days? We love that really take you out. We love that. We love that. But yeah, it's all smiles here in Florida. You know, it says something about the direction of the Republican Party that Liz Cheney can lose by more than 40 points and that I can win by more than 40 points. And I think our voters expect us to have a fighting spirit. If we win this majority back in the house and we don't do what senator Kennedy demanded and that is to get to the bottom of these investigations and deliver wins for our people, then shame on us. And I have a message for anybody that's looking to hire Tony Fauci to be the CEO of their pharmaceutical company or their university president. Don't plan on him being available for work too often because Jim Jordan and I are going to have him before the House of Representatives answering questions. And I sure hope he doesn't plan to retire in my beautiful Florida like so many people do. I think he ought to retire where he can be closer to his work in Wuhan, China.
Fauci Is a Criminal
"Well, Fauci shouldn't count on Republicans taking it easy on him just because he's retired. So this is what Rand Paul had to say senator Rand Paul, who has been amazing on the issue of COVID and the lockdowns, Fauci's resignation, he says, will not prevent a fourth wrote it investigation into the origins of the pandemic. He will be asked to testify under oath regarding any discussions. He participated in concerning the lab leak. Now over the past year and a half, we've learned that Fauci lied about funding gain of function, I'll get into that shortly. The gain of function research and the Wuhan and Wuhan or that he had been told COVID-19 was potentially engineered, but insisted for a year that it came from that it came from nature. The guys are complete and pathological liar. He's a megalomaniac. And I do believe he's a criminal. That is my personal opinion. I believe the guy is a criminal.
The Fall of Fauci
"So Fauci is going to be out. Fauci out, we got the Fauci out Washington, but I'll say this to the doctor Anthony Fauci. Preserve your records. Preserves all your documents, Doctor Fauci. Don't in Washington, D.C.. Because you won't be going long. We'll be gone from this town for very long. We're going to be calling you back here when we open up the federal congressional commission on the origins of the coronavirus COVID-19. We're going to be digging through the Wuhan institute of virology. We're going to be digging through all of it. Doctor Fauci, your emails, and your testimony are going to be very, very much invited.
We Can't Keep Our Eyes Off the Idea Pathogens Infecting Our Society
"Keep our eye off the philosophy, the ideology, and the idea pathogens that continue to infect our entire society, including how these ideas manifest themselves into policy. They're not just bad ideas if you were to discuss them in a classroom, but they are now being implemented as actual policy decisions. They flow downstream from college campuses, one of the reasons why I wrote my book the college scam. Where I talk about how these ideas on these universities don't just stay there. It's as if saying that, well, you know, gain of function research only stays at the Wuhan institute of virology that is nonsense. Sometimes those viruses can be released across the entire world and change your planet. But
Was the Rise of the 4th Reich Planned? Daniel Horowitz Weighs In
"I want to ask you this. How much of this was planned beforehand? So if you are making the argument that this is the rise of the fourth Reich, then it's possible to infer this was not an accident. This was not some sort of they stumbled into it. Was this planned in the sense that they have globalist type blueprints on the table ready to be implemented? Are you going as far to say that this virus was released intentionally because if you're going to say it was the fourth Reich, then this was many years in the making your thoughts Daniel then Steve. Absolutely, this was pre planned. It's funny just today on my podcast, I was talking about monkeypox, how they rushed an extremely dangerous shot. Prima facial on CDC's own review in 2019, why they held a tabletop simulation last year. Bill Gates warned about it. They approved a therapeutic for smallpox. Why? Why? Wuhan was doing research, gain of function of monkeypox. We're seeing it now. Before we didn't see it, and retrospectively, when you go back, there were those planning it. Now, to be clear, there are people in pharma and government that knew about it and were planning it. It doesn't mean every last person in the medical profession to about it. Obviously, they didn't, just like in the Third Reich, most people didn't know about the final solution, but they got swept up into that medical nationalism, the
Dr. Robert Malone Discusses New COVID Variants BA. 4 and BA. 5
"Continuing our COVID special with someone who I consider to be remarkably wise and courageous in our times of confusion, doctor Robert Malone, who I believe has saved millions of lives thanks to his commentary, doctor Malone, welcome back to the program. Charlie, it is such a pleasure to be here and I just wanted to give you a shout out for your amazing leadership over the last couple of years and clarity of thought. I'm honored to be here. Thank you. That touches me. Greatly. And we're in this together. And it seems as if the fight continues. Let's start with BA .5, whatever that is. What is BA .5? Is it more dangerous or lethal than previous variants? And what could possibly be causing this new variant? Is it worth the fear that the media is pushing towards us? What are your thoughts? The 8.5 as well as VA .4 are two current, the most recent escape mutants omicron escape mutants that let's break that down. It sounds kind of technical and scary. What it means is that the force of the mass vaccination campaign plus other people having just generally been infected infected by the prior strains has resulted in a situation where the virus has evolved to escape the preexisting immunity against Wuhan one and against the Wuhan one spike protein. So EA four and BA 5 are evolved escape virus mutants that circumvent both to some extent natural immunity and absolutely circumvent the vaccine induced immunity.
Tom Fitton: Why Is Dr. Fauci Really Retiring?
"But I wanted you on today to comment about Doctor Fauci Now judicial watch is one of the finest organizations out there folks They've gotten to the bottom of so many scams By the way involving swamp rats from both parties which I love But Doctor Fauci he's retiring Tom and kind of suspicious the timing of that right Like what's up with that Well I found a curious that just a day or two after we announced that the FBI at least had been investigating his shady data function grant to the Wuhan institute that they have been dishonest about in dissembling about since day one he announces his retirement And when you look at this latest batch of documents we obtain under a freedom of information act lawsuit you'll see a we now know that the FBI had been investigating him back in May 2020 at least the grant that is at issue which is the gain of function research grant And going back as far as 2016 his people were concerned about the gain of function gain of function research they were funding in China Now compare and contrast that to Fauci's testifying It's not gain of function research It's clear with gain of function research That's what the record show they were worried about And the description is gain of function research And on top of that the FBI wasn't even believing it because evidently they were investigating it So I have no doubt that he's retirement has more to do with his fear of accountability than wanting to spend more time with the family
Blake Masters Describes How He Would Handle Dr. Fauci in the Future
"Blake, what would you do about Anthony Fauci? I think he needs to be investigated, prosecuted and jailed. You know, I mean, God bless Rand Paul. Yeah, he's been phenomenal. Grandpa has gotten Fauci to perjure himself under oath. Multiple times, multiple times. And so at least you can't do it until you have the DoJ really in 2025. But I expect Fauci to be prosecuted and punished for the process crime of lying to Congress. Of course, no, I think when we take the Senate, we can investigate so much more. I want to know the substance. What did Fauci know about eco health funding and engineered the coronavirus in Wuhan? I think that's not a conspiracy theory anymore. It's just not what John Stewart admitted it. So now we can. That's right. And he needs to he probably just needs to be prosecuted for that. I think Fauci will see the inside of a prison cell this decade.
Marc Morano, the Founder of ClimateDepot.com, on 'The Great Reset'
"Okay, let's talk about your latest thesis. This is the scary phrase, the great reset. Will you map for us how this where does the great reset come from as a concept whose propagating it? And how does it overlap with and how does it meld with COVID Wuhan and the lockdown restrictions? Can you make that connection for us Mark? Well, yeah, so first of all, if you go back to tsarist Russia, you had Vladimir Lenin who, according to reports, popularized the phrase worse is better, the worse, the better. One of those are one of those are the key phrases. And that was your original concept of a great reset. In other words, you want as much turmoil and disruption and calamity in a society in order to collapse it so you can rebuild it in your image. So where we get fast forward to modern times, the climate movement was chugging along getting nothing done, essentially. I mean, they tried to get UN Paris agreements and then Donald Trump pulls us out and then the U.S. ends up leading the world and reducing CO2 which is they couldn't get anywhere in polling. They didn't get anything to Congress. They were stuck with a regulatory state. So they were struggling. COVID comes along and they realize that the COVID lockdowns were exactly what they've wanted for climate for decades. It was exactly what they wanted. Stay at home, limited travel, planned recessions to fight climate change. Well, this was a government planned recession that attempt to crush a virus, even though it didn't work. So what happened was the world economic format of Davos, which has been around since the early 1970s founded by Klaus Schwab, which is, you know, people call them, some people try to claim he's a capitalist. He's a corporatist globalist elitist who wants a collusion between government and corporate. He actually wants the corporate world to control government. And he's done a pretty good job of trying to make that happen, especially what we're seeing in the Netherlands right now. With their leader who's a stooge of the World Economic Forum. But essentially, they spend COVID lockdowns hit by June of 2020. Just two months after, they came out World Economic Forum and announced now is the time for a great reset. We have a very rare and narrow window of opportunity to reset capitalism as we know it. And they wanted to use that moment where everyone was essentially crushed, vulnerable, and the whole world was at a standstill to then quote build us back better under a great reset.
Dr. Ryan Cole on Monkeypox and What It Means for All of Us
"Doctor Cole tell us, what is monkeypox? What is the threat that it poses to most Americans? Monkeypox is a orthopoxvirus. It's in it's an epox family camelpox cowpox, monkey pox, smallpox is the one people think of. So again, this is a fear campaign trying to make everybody afraid. They modeled this at the nuclear threat initiative, which has founded and co owned by the cofounder of Facebook. Just like they projected COVID with event two O one, monkeypox is we've known about it since 1958. There's two strains West Africa strain and a Central African strain. The West Africa strain is what circulating right now. If you don't engage in homosexual sex, your risk of monkeypox is about zero. So it spread at a rave in the Canary Islands off Portugal and some big raves in Europe. It's really the gay bisexual population that it's sticking to. It is not very transmissible. It is very treatable. There was actually a patient in Dallas that had it last year. We get outbreaks of monkeypox around the world every year. They're just scare mongering with it. And it's really staying in that gay homosexual bisexual population. And it's not aerosolized virus. Is this strange slightly different from earlier strains, the 2018 strain that went around, Singapore, Israel, UK. It has about 50 mutations, which was highly unusual. We know Wuhan was actually synthesizing monkeypox so they could come up with a test for monkeypox, the lab in Wuhan, ironically. But monkeypox is low risk. And this is the West Africa strain. This is the less deadly strain. The irony too is that it looks a lot like chickenpox and shingles, which obviously there are a lot of people getting chickenpox and shingles because of their immune suppression from their COVID
"wuhan" Discussed on Between The Lines
"This is Tom Switzer and it's always great to have your company on the program. The Wuhan lab theory. There's actually a lot of evidence for a lab like and there's no evidence that it emerged naturally. The only reason people think it emerged naturally is because this is how viruses have started in the past. That's journalist shari maxon, whose author of what really happened in Wuhan. Stay with us for that. But first, history school teaching. Well, do you think that authoritarianism is the way forward? Now it's a serious question. Just ask young Australians, those aged in the 18 to 29 year bracket. According to a lowy institute poll, nearly 40% of these young Australians, they say that, in some circumstances, non democratic government may be preferable or that it doesn't even matter what kind of government we have. Now, that's nearly 40% of Australians aged 18 to 29, 60%, of course. Happy with the status quo, which is encouraging, but 40%. Why is that the case? Why does so many young Australians dislike liberal democracy and prefer a different non democratic model? Does it have anything to do with the teaching at our schools? Well, the federal education minister thinks so. And he's pushing for more far reaching changes to the draft national curriculum, including its treatment of history. Tell us more, let's hear from the minister himself, Alan tudge, welcome back to radio. Good idea Tom. Now let's start with our Cara. This is the Australian curriculum assessment and reporting authority what did you reject their April draft of the new national curriculum? Well, for a number of reasons, Tom, thanks for having me on your program. But firstly, because we need to lift overall learning standards in Australia and the draft, which they put out actually head learning standards decline in many areas. For example, the most obvious one was the times tables, which presently are being taught in year three. That was suggesting they taught in four. In many other countries that are actually taught all this started to be taught in year two. So that was the first reason. We need to live learning standards because we've actually declined in our learning standards over the last 20 years, which we could explore if you walk. The second reason was because it was the overall document was so unwieldy, literally at three and a half thousand pages, which is four or 5 times the length of most national curriculums around the world. Thirdly, because key evidence based practices weren't embedded in that national curriculum. The most clear example of these is phonics, which is your methodology for teaching kids to read. That was devalued at the expense of whole language approaches to rating. When the evidence is crystal clear now and has been for 20 years that you need to teach kids to decode the alphabet. And then finally, Tom, I had great concerns about the draft, which was put out in relation to the teaching of history..
"wuhan" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"Maybe not grab it real quick so this is a interview with a person who runs this institution about specifically around funding. I believe in in in in regard to the wuhan lab and eagles lions and all and the crossover there remember as well. This was openly discussed when trump pretended like he pulled back because wuhan and the whole thing right and acted like it wasn't okay. I'm gonna but the problem was that they stopped funding. Even they already had approved it before that during trump's administration but left all the other projects which still continue to this day like working with the with other labs in china with the same dan research not exact same but the end result gain of function cares. Because we on. That's the narrative we're only gonna make for that. One that from the very beginning showed us. There was something fishy going on right all right. let me play this clip. And we'll talk about it now. United states not for profit group that focuses on animal cruelty and tax. Payer waste has played a leading role in uncovering the ties between anthony. Fatty and the wuhan laps. Now bart out of out of the gate by the way even even this discussion is like heavily slanted towards just vouch. She and the lab which is what they're net. What the everything they're talking about is not just algae which i'll make that point. They're talking about the nih sp- aid which yes he runs. But it's not the this this reductive narrative of voucher in the lab. It drives me crazy. Because it's it's ignorantly reductive. There's a lot more people involved with these yes fouled. She does have some pretty unilateral control and a lot of ways but very talked about that but at the end of the day. That's why trump had to sign off on things he did or rather the specifically the administration and they did so. You cannot reduce this down to vouch alone. you just can't quite waste. I lifted the lid on how she was funding experiments at the wuhan institute of technology through a sub grant funneled through the health alliance right but again even that right there guys that was not some new discovery the fact that they were working with equal alliance to fund these projects was on an open document that you could look up now whether or not we knew about it. It's different. it's not a secret right. it's not like we have some leaked document that proved we never knew. It was openly on their documentation about this happening with equal the lions. That's why what's.
"wuhan" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"Is that the scientists who is shaping that narrative people like. Peter dash it dash it who secretly authored the lancet paper that came out in february. Two thousand twenty s secretly. Because we didn't know he'd been behind it and that he'd been working with the wuhan institute of college until november that same year he at the same time it was advising the intelligence community semester. How this was a massive cover up. He was advising the intelligence agencies. Tell advising the intelligence agencies remember in vanity fair that expos where people were told within the white house. Don't oh don't ask these questions you're opening up a can of. I wonder where they got. That had been warning about this for years. It's why the obama administration banned gain of function research. Back in two thousand fourteen. So you had our cross to so conflicted to this very day more than anything tries to choke you out to win by saying trust the experts health organization and today and these are the experts ahead saying experts didn't trust the experts except former head of m. I six a guy who literally had sixty six million. Uk residents their lives were in his hands every night. Every day he went to work. He got something wrong. Sixty six million lives wherein imperilled right now and so. He was entrusted with that. He brought this to them and they still didn't care what happens when most of your experts are members of a cult. This this is what happens. Yes rally around the maypole. Yes and this is where it no doubt the consequences of this documentary. The bulk and the reporting is going to pay that. No doubt is going to be questions about well. Who decided to flip. That rule was Freelancing that was happening from fatty one of his apparatchiks did somebody Have after the data was ticked. Inflict somewhere else inside the government but then we get to this big question to which is about whether the united states had an opportunity to act on some intelligence the intelligence that you were able to present that picture of what was happening in september and one of the cove. Investigators told you these shock was that we had ashley could have had foreknowledge. We could have known in november of twenty nine thousand nine. There was a disaster on occurring inside wuhan inside their most important biological facilities. Where something absolutely tragic get dramatic and dramatic was occurring. There's fan news. Nascar causes to call yes. World could have been different. It would have been like stopping nine eleven before it happened. We've got gender reassignment for eleven year olds. We don't have time for this. Yes either then secretary of state and remember full balsa. The cia had to say about why this never made it as hard as it should have. We collect everything. No nothing in our government these days. It's the big data problem. We're all drowning. We had the means to know something but we didn't either analyze it or disseminated. Same thing with nine eleven visas to those actor. Vetting them anyway a. I was always worried that we were collecting information but we weren't able to process efficiently. Timeline get that information to the places. Is this pandemic potentially could have been prevented. Had the intelligence agencies paid closer attention to the information that was coming in. We'll have to look back at what was actually in the possession. What was the complexity of the information. What was the certainty of that information. That's my tail former. Cia director secretary of state for president trump. That's talking to account. We obviously know that. The united states conscious reach into places like china..
"wuhan" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"So they took these viruses out at cave is in one of the most densely populated regions in the pacific rim. Keep that in mind one hundred percent. This was always. This always should have been the first place that everyone started to look the vars for cat. In wuhan the bats were the equivalent of twenty hour. Drive away. They were in hibernation at that time. If you had the world's lading corona virus reservoir at the wuhan institute of technology they we knew what they've been doing because the us had not been funding the lab but there had been cable sent back that want of the safety conditions in that lab and the lack of trained safety technicians. So there was serious concerns about this lab and you heard in that documentary. The foam ahead of british intelligence. So richard gere love. He said that when that lab kicked the french out he said this was built. Which is that a that a ham and egger no this documentary features interviews with president trump former secretary of state. Mike pompeo former deny jon ratliff a handful of a pretty highly respected scientists and. They're all adjusts from around the world. So it's not just some schmuck from the blaze or breitbart defecating. No okay democ and in fact Even in israeli weapons expert had named it as biological weapons site of concern in publicly available document as well and then again keep in mind. The head of the wuhan lab is the former head of the chinese bio weapons program. That is a fact. Documentary is about one. Something started to go wrong. What happened on the ground in on a game. The highlight yes on the twelfth of september twenty nineteen the virus database at the wuhan institute of virology was taken off line. Twenty two thousand corona virus samples gone and a month later. The institute went into a communications. Blackout there was no cell phone signals activity on the compound for about two weeks. Just enough time this. You'll everything about everything that that would trace back to you. Yes significant would that be again. It would be another circumstance that would be difficult to explain other than there was a problem that the chinese communist party was aware of and was trying to deal with before you know it became an outbreak that was public and then ultimately pandemic that affected every single person on the planet and then in case there was any debt and there is no doubt the blockbuster into the documentary from sherry cybersecurity analysts at internet. Two point oh recovered. Chinese government data. That had been virtually wiped from the web it short there was a buyout of pr equipment. Used to test for corona viruses in. We're hand entrench thousand nine hundred the next month. One of those machines went to the wuhan institute this this is like having receipts for the store. That oj stopped off on the way home. He stopped off to grab a few blades to take to go home and take out his angst on ronald goldman and his and his and his wife. And now you've got the receipts that oj. Who claims i didn't murder my wife and her lover but but here are the receipts. Though from the from the store i stopped off on in order to buy just happened to buy some sharp objects that evening. Here are the receipts for it. That's literally with that. Is right there. This documentary having listened to this in the background getting ready for the show. Today it leaves absolutely no room for the possibility of a natural jump from bats to humans. It actually leaves the door wide. Open for a weaponry of some sort. It doesn't come to any conclusion. There in a cotton features a lot of cautions but no room at all for we get to the end of it. I'll have something to say about that same day. We now know it from these tender uncovered by the cybersecurity firm internet. Two point i robert potter and dave robinson. We now know that they were then. Beefing up the security on that exact same day putting in a new egg transition and you an medical incinerator and then the corona virus testing machine that they purchased as well as the blackout period and the workers who fell sick. So there's just so much evidence that we've been able to uncover over the past few months as part of this investigation that that really is beyond doubt that there was an incident..
"wuhan" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"But this information chunks are more important. A business competition about everything. That's pretty obvious about the lab the cover up and the role of the united states about whether they could have jumped earlier on the intelligence that you were able to show this to my attention to framing of this question right away the role that we played as a country. Could we have stop this done more. His back woman. She was a part of an operation way. Back in two thousand and twelve. That was studying what was happening with bats and people getting sick with some of the bat droppings that they found in a cave role typing to get a bit more data. Watch this in two thousand and twelve shows. Angola hit pay dirt at a disused. Southwestern china six workers fell ill after clearing away batman you three died from corona virus but beijing coveted up and towed and sherry. It's almost a little microcosm this me has potentially as as as long ago as almost a decade ago. They had a live in the wild example of a corona virus leaping to humans and didn't tell the rest of the world about this and keep in mind we're still on the heels of the first sars all right. We're still trying to develop a vaccine at this time in two thousand twelve for the first sars when this went on keep that in mind and they went back the soy many times collecting hundreds and hundreds of bat samples and one of those samples we now know was thirteen. The virus that has a ninety six point two percent sequence identity. It's the closest virus in the world that we know of to saas to which causes quite good. Nineteen the closest virus in the world was at the wuhan institute variety and as we heard in that documentary nikolai. Petrovsky says will. This raises the question. Was there another similar virus that they collected from the mind. That was either saas quite to itself or even close to saas virus. Joe from the batch to the humi- in that game yesterday then conducted gain of function. Ray such on in the lab. Because that's what they were doing in that lab combined it with all the viruses in a chimera virus to create carbon nineteen. Eric means a combination of things were that frankenstein's yeah that's what it means is just such a crucial piece of evidence that we still don't have. They took it off line on the twelfth of september two thousand and nineteen and when the world hell canonisation team went into investigate with to date date important. Because that's actually when we began to see we traced it back. Real waves of infections of this new virus in china was around that time. September of twenty thousand hundred studying existing virus and cross pollinated with others and again expertly explained in the documentary. He's the khawla they've been putting These spike proteins from different viruses in their bag bones. And then studying like how well does that affect human cells just this. The lone formed very plausible argument. That this is actually the lab that whole so many different corner viruses explains the lab. The best let me reiterate by the way more. People live in wuhan china where these labs are located. There's three of them. More people live in wuhan. China folks than the entire nation of israel or sweden. Keep that in mind a population of wuhan where these things were going on for almost a decade..
"wuhan" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"Who tested positive for corona virus to be placed back into nursing homes before they actually recovered spreading covert and killing thousands of elderly people in new york and in other states where this happened we had to ignore that and instead covert policy is really just been used as a political tool to bludgeon half the country or not even just conservatives. It's not just about your political affiliation but really anyone who questions the mainstream dog on all of this you got censored a year ago if you were talking about hey maybe this was actually a lab leak from wuhan in now. Come out yeah. It was probably most likely allowed league like this probably didn't happen naturally in nature. I mean you got your youtube videos taken down. You got kicked off twitter if you were talking about the possibility of something other than natural origins being the start of this disease and you certainly have been written off as kook if you are a doctor. Who was actually treating patients who have who is talked about any kind of therapeutic other than the vaccine. I mean we are talking about doctors who i think are raising very legitimate questions asking hang on. Why are people in these bureaucratic entities at the nih and the cdc dictating. What doctors on the ground are doing rather than the other way around doctors. Algae has ever actually treated a cova patients. Shouldn't we be listening to for example. These icu doctors who were saying okay. Here's the protocol that. I'd actually used on patients that i've actually seen work. These are doctors who are certainly not anti vaccine and they're probably not even anti cova vaccine but they're just saying hey. There are therapeutic options that have worked. I mean we've seen such an assault on something like ivermectin and like i said yesterday. I am not promoting ivermectin. I've never taken ivermectin. I of prisoner never recommended that. Someone with cova take ivory acted. I'm not saying that i'm not a doctor. I am not trying to tell you to get medical advice from me. I am saying that there's a legitimate debate to be had around ivermectin and around other kinds of therapeutics that is not being had instead it is just being written off as exclusively horse paste or D- wermer in dogs and horses and is not considering that it actually has been a form of our method has been used on millions of people throughout the world. yes to treat parasites but some doctors and again. I'm not endorsing this. I'm just saying there are some doctors who have treated their patients with this. Who have said okay yes. It is primarily an anti parasite drug but it also has these properties that are actually helping people recover from cove it. I'm just saying maybe we should also listen to people that have actually treated people. I'm just saying maybe we should have an open. Debate and people shouldn't be scared doctors on the ground who are treating. Their patients shouldn't be scared to come forward and say here's my experience. Here's what i have done to try to save people's lives. Maybe those people shouldn't be censored like maybe we should be allowed to listen to those people. Maybe their testimonies before congress shouldn't be taken off youtube by who like okay. I don't have medical expertise. I'm not pretending to but neither do the people at youtube. What are they know and again. Why is the cdc dictating youtube policy. That is dictating. What you and i can hear from doctors who actually treated patients with cova..
"wuhan" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"Research for a virus right on their own website. They say we receive funding right from the us government today. This is how bold these people are eric. He can go in light of the american people and go never. We don't receive funding anymore and even leave it on the front page of the website. Have we seen this before. This is this this is why it's so laughable so i question every single thing found she has ever done because there's motive behind it a hundred percent. Load it for a different outcome. That's not for the american people. Yeah this all it does is really confirm what we knew before we talked about it on the show when the rampaul was he's grilled a few different times on this subject matter and every single time we kind of talked about it and every time he got brought up he failed policy. That is kind of offended that he would there be questioned. Like this because rand. Paul is one of the first ones like dude. I don't care about all of these people that you have riding for you. You need to basically talpiot since right and like you mentioned in the emails. I it seemed like they were least knowledgeable on it. We know because listed in that initial report by the wuhan lab they specifically list of them having been funded. You thought that should have been the end of it. And now they have of course all of this information with the intercept requesting it and how it works is that basically. They're depending on a very good job at that they really depend on. You never looking into it yourself so you only take it at surface level and this is why a lot of them have been able to get. Get away with the crimes. It's like that story this so many of the though -tarian lip publications ran with that about oklahoma. It was a blatant lie. It was not true yet. They ran with it because it mitt horst victim south in oklahoma like. Yeah there's plenty of gunshot victims rule oklahoma. Exactly what's happening out there. But it goes to show that they depend on you. Just not even run away because about in that story. What if the hospital sequoia didn't come out saying well. This is false in this day. And is this factor ways. It already got so far. It's too late to bring it back. You know the players a lot further certainly than the true but yet he. This man obviously should be in prison. And i would. I'm not gonna say. I would give him leeway but looking at this specifically dealing with corona virus a virus. That's what makes it kind of weird that we're dealing with that pandemic right now. And this is why he got finished when he was like. Wait a minute. You're trying to basically say that i'm responsible in some way or this organization rathers agency is responsible in some kind of way for the full. What's happening right now. All around the world. Whereas like i'm not saying you are but i'm not saying you're not either i don't know i don't know we know that you have been funding. Let's say what they demand gain a fox and all they're doing is planning to semantic game and that a day you guys. Millions upon dollars went to go fund research pertaining to a virus. Trying to figure out it could move between basically host of different species hunting groups early gain by by textbook definition but he's planning semantic game. So hopefully this should forget. I mean if you staffers now awesome. I hate seeing on tv. Lay belongs behind bars. I just want to be clear about that. You know probably won't like i said earlier he'll get away with listen can happen and look i wanna break it down as simple as it can be when that guy was the only guy to survive the trump administration into the next administration. You should've had all question already. Okay because anything trump they just. They just eliminated yet he survived. He's been like a dinosaur. There's so much smoke there has to be fire. And he said something in that video. North carolina don't be done with north carolina. This thing hits my opinion. It hits way closer than home. There's a correlation on some of the research that was done in our country. Funded in our country funded in wuhan by our government. We way more going on here even domestically on on this album. Which makes it so bizarre right out if that's really the term that we need to use. But he's coming out now basically repeating himself from what he say it in two thousand twenty and suggesting that will all the hospitals again and maybe getting overwhelmed just like i was yelling like remix. That's basically what what what what exactly that is. Because this is. I'm getting deja vu. We play again the first time i mean he's gonna go forward against minute running magnesia. So why are we.
"wuhan" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"Sarah dot com and it looks as good in-person. Thank you as appropriate those onscreen. Thank you am wearing firecracker today and you know. I just feel like we all talk so much about conservatives needing to step up and be competitive in spain yes in the space and i said. I feel like i'm being called to do that. This is one of my passions I feel very strongly about it. And i wanted to just do it. So the moms out there support a mom a business woman and entrepreneur at the same time. Because you can do it you can you. Can i appreciate that. Thank thank you but now that you mention it. American beauty bhai sierra dot com. And we do. We are selling out of some colors already. Which is great but also like hurry and get your order in All right so that was the news and white matters. That's all we have for you today. Let's get into the headlines of the day so dr anthony fetchy Who we you know. Great friend of the program. We all know in love here. never contradicts himself. Always on the up and up and always bases his recommendations on pure science and data and nothing else not political at all here. He actually is now facing calls to resign and really answer for a shocking report. This was published by intercept. Which is another media outlet about these so-called gain of function research that the national institute of health funded at the wuhan institute of raji now the intercept submitted. A foia requests right so freedom of information Act request and there was like nine hundred pages worth of documents and the intercept found in these documents. Evidence that the national institute of health issued a quote bat corona virus grant to a group called eko health alliance for three point one million dollars including five hundred ninety nine thousand that the wuhan institute veracity used in part to identify an altar bat corona viruses likely to infect humans so the material show that the they were two thousand fourteen and twenty thousand nine hundred. Nih grants to go health with subcontracts to deputy funded gain of function research as defined in federal policies in effect through twenty fourteen to two thousand seventeen and potential pandemic pathogen enhancement as defined in federal policies. In fact Twenty seventeen to present. So you know it's interesting you guys by the way. The materials reveal that the resulting novel laboratory generated sars related corona viruses also could infect mice engineered to display human receptors on their cells. So these are humanized mice essentially and it's interesting this puts government in quite a predicament. Because we do as you guys know we do have anthony fao e on record during one of his well several of his many yes Congressional testimonies we denying any part in dana function research. No no no. My department did not fun to that. I don't know what you're talking about. That is not true. That is not the definition. I don't know if you guys out there. Recall this but let me just refresh them before before i get your your thoughts gentlemen. Let me refresh the audience on senator rand paul grilling dr couch on dana function research. Watch dr phil. Do you still support funding of the nih. Funding of the lab. And wuhan senator paul with all due respect you entire entirely and completely incorrect that the nih has not ever and does not now fund gain of function. Research in the wuhan institute do eric. We do not fund barracks gain of function research. Dr barrett does not doing gain of function research. And if it is it's according to the guidelines and it is being conducted in north carolina. Now think bad virus spike protein that got from the wuhan institute into the sars viruses gain of function that is not a minority because at least two hundred. Scientists have signed a statement from the cambridge. Working group saying that it is gain of function. Well it is not and if you look at the grant and you look at the progress reports. It is not gained a function despite the fact that people tweet that so died. Sending money to the wugang virology institute. We do not send money now to do on sending money we did under your tutelage we were sending it through eco health. It was a sub agency and the sub grad. Do you support the money from it. I h that was going to the wuhan institute. Let me explain to you why that was done. The saws covy. One originated in bats in china. It would have been irresponsible of us. If we did not investigate the bat viruses and the serology to see who might have been perhaps china. Now i'm old enough to remember. When you were called conspiracy theorist when you were kicked off of social media you were d platform for suggesting that. This corona virus was created in a lab yet. The more we uncover about this seems to be exactly what has happened by the way all of this lines up with cheese emails that we have seen where you know they would start discussing something about gain of function Something about the wuhan lab. And all of a sudden the emails would say Are you available for a quick call. Why don't we get on the phone and discuss this hint hint. Please stop emailing about this and leaving paper trails So all of this seems to align i. I don't think either of you at this table. Surprised at this but it is interesting to see. I feel like the rest of society come to terms with what we have been saying for a while here and to have the evidence to back it up is huge but will anything happen from day. One right from day one at least the three of us and i know and i'm going to pull something up here. This is a life life website. Okay this is. This is echo health life. Now go okay this is. This is the organization organization granted for this website. Now as we're sitting here on this show emergency infectious diseases. Southeast asia program info echo health alliance. The research is part of the de funded centers for research on their website. It says that they're funded right now. You go on and you find out that people days zack. Who's their president here that they received forty million dollars from the pentagon well. Let's just forty million pentagon okay. Why the pentagon because the same day zack. In a columbia university report wrote that there's a direct connection and he depicted the pandemic in such in military terms that it is a military weapon that a pandemic pandemic could be militarized right. They scrubbed that. They pulled it off and he wrote this in the paper called. Donald rumsfeld's prescient speech. Look it up okay. So forty million from the pentagon why is the pentagon involved.
"wuhan" Discussed on Daily Coronavirus Update
"Republicans in the house foreign affairs committee has released a report. Focusing focusing on the origins of the cove in nineteen pandemic zeroed in on the lab lake erie citing information about changes in safety protocols and requests for an overhaul of a hazardous waste treatment. System at the wuhan institute of neurology. The report says the virus may have been accidentally released sometime prior to september twenty nineteen declan garvey associate editor at the dispatch joins us for this latest report. Thanks for joining us. Declan thank you so much for having me wanted to talk about this. Report on the origins of cove in nineteen republicans in the house or an affairs committee released a report this week. That focused a lot more on this whole notion of the leak theory basically. We're looking at the wuhan institute of virology and basically the report says that things went amiss there and that's where the virus got leaked out so declan walk us through some of what we're seeing in this report. This is an addendum to report. They already put out as i mentioned this. Focus more on that lab leak theory part exactly. Yep so. This is a report from house. Republicans on the foreign affairs committee particularly representative michael mcfaul from texas who is the ranking member. There and this committee has been tasked over the past. Really since the beginning of the pandemic have been tasked with digging into research and available evidence as to the origins of the corona virus. And obviously you know we've seen that for much of the first part of the pandemic the first several months the wet market or animal to human transmission theory was kind of the most common and most widely accepted version of events that has since shifted in recent months not definitively one way or the other but that a closer look at a leak from this laboratory is warranted and so this addendum to the report. That was released earlier this week. It doesn't come to any definitive conclusions and the intelligence committee has not officially come to any definitive conclusions. But it does point to a lot of evidence that is piling up and circumstantial and otherwise that kind of points to this coming from a lab and that it emerged earlier than both we in the united states and the officials in china at the time had made clear. And so we. Now have circumstantial evidence that as early as september of twenty nineteen that this virus could've have been escaping from the laboratory and then causing pain. You know several months earlier than than china admit. And that's and that's important to know right there. You know. I evolved available evidence that we have seen right now. I do agree in that sense. What the report. It is time to move on from the wet market as being where it all popped up. That's probably one of the first super spreader events that occurred with all of this but it doesn't seem like it did originate there and you're right. The report points to sometime in late. August early september. There might have been that leak there at the lab and then that's kind of what started setting into motion. What we've gone through subsequently. Tell us a little bit more about stuff that was going on at the wuhan institute of neurology where they you know. They focus a lot on Different things air conditioning systems renovations that they were doing their things that weren't being done up to the books basically and and then they think that that could have played a role in it as well. Absolutely yeah so. The report details that they will have institute of technology replaced. Its waste treatment systems and central air conditioning systems. Were renovating them around. The middle of twenty nineteen late summer early fall and that matches up pretty well with this time. Line that not only house. Republican report points to but former cdc director robert redfield several months ago mentioned that he believed that this was closer to the actual time. Line this late..
"wuhan" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"China is confronting its broadest cova. Nineteen outbreak since corona virus. First emerged there in late. Twenty nineteen but the delta variant spreading to places that had been virus free for months including the original epicenter of wuhan. Delta has broken through the country's virus defenses which are some of the strictest in the world and reached nearly half of china's thirty two provinces in just two weeks while the overall number of infections more than three hundred so far is still lower than kovic resurgences elsewhere. The widespread indicates that the variant is moving quickly. It's the biggest challenge to china's strategy since the virus was first detected in wuhan the central chinese city that saw the world's first lethal outbreak. The country's strict antivirus measures which include mass testing as soon as a case appears aggressive contact tracing widespread use of quarantines and targeted lockdowns have crushed more than thirty previous flare ups over the past year. The arrival of the more infectious delta variant however is testing even that approach. The new strain may be exploiting an easing off in masking and social distancing in some places since much of the country has been cova d- free for months that along with increased travel for summer vacation created an environment where delta could gain a foothold. China reported ninety nine infections on monday including forty four. Who tested positive but have no symptoms. Later in the day seven more people were found to be infected in wuhan plus another in beijing by number of cases. It's the biggest outbreak since a flare up and obey province in northern china and january. When two thousand people were infected the broad spread is even more concerning given the rise of cases in the highly protected capital and in wuhan who's virus free status has been a source of pride and china
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"So that the Wuhan was starting to cover up this particular incidents as well. In October, 2000 and 19, thousands of soldiers from hundreds of companies gathered in Wuhan, China for a military Olympics Several weeks later, they all many of them developed symptoms. Senate Republican Roger Marshall on Fox's Sunday morning futures as tropical Storm Elsa moves closer to Florida officials in Surfside are getting closer to demolishing the portion of a high rise left standing after another section collapsed last month. The mayor of Surfside has just told CBS that crews are about 80% complete with demolition preparations. This as a 24 unit. Miami Beach residents is forced to evacuate after a building inspector found a flooring system failure in a single unit. Fox says Charles Watson, the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan will likely be done ahead of schedule. House Republican Michael McCaul expressed concern on Fox News Sunday. Worry about the embassy, Uh, first and foremost on the ground in Afghanistan. The Taliban is regaining control in the northern section of the country. America's listening to Fox News From the cremation Society of Minnesota Weather Center Sunny and hot here for your fourth of July and a high near 95 an isolated storm or two tonight Low 75 Sunny, muggy and mid nineties again tomorrow I'm meteorologist Mace Michaels on Twin Cities New stock..
"wuhan" Discussed on Russia Rising
"Vaccine candidate in the world but within days of announcing the deal the canadian government learned. There was a hitch. China had blocked the shipments it was supposed to send to canada for the clinical trials initially blaming bureaucratic and paperwork but by august twenty twenty after three months of delays. It became clear. The chinese government had no intention of sending the vaccine to canada though. Beijing denies it. Margaret believes the move was further retaliation for canada's arrest of wa wa mum when joe in december of two thousand eighteen at the request of the united states really one has to conclude that the more engagement. We have china. The more places there are that they can turn the screws and really put us at a disadvantage. Canada waited for its shipment. China was instead sending the can sign biology vaccines to russia saudi arabia and pakistan chinese covid nineteen vaccines have now been shipped to more than eighty countries including a large number of developing nations in eastern europe and latin america gouge included king. A chinese government spokesperson says china is doing its art to positively promote the fair distribution of covid nineteen vaccines across the whole world. Others take a more cynical view. Hello and welcome to this edition of access asia coming up china's vaccine diplomacy is trying to boost the country's image abroad maxine diplomacy as a way to help polish china's image not as a target for criticism of how it handled the pandemic but his savior to lead the world. Out of it. So you can see that they're trying to attract of partnerships in and friendship with those countries trying to punish canada the same time some chinese vaccines have faced criticism for their lower efficacy while chinese state media has responded with criticisms of its own promoting disinformation aimed at undermining trust in western vaccines such as pfizer. Biontech we've seen a lot of evidence from the chinese government. Basically denying that covid came from china blaming the us military we've picked up The chinese basic spreading a falsehoods about a western vaccines that they can't be trusted. Kyle matthews is an expert in online extremism at montreal's concordia university. And he's now part of a team investigating. How covid nineteen conspiracies are spreading. He points to chinese state media articles published online in english blaming the us pfizer vaccine for the deaths of dozens of people in norway. Now there's no mention of how norwegian health authorities investigated and found. No direct link to the injections instead. The article calls for the pfizer vaccine to be suspended for elderly patients where looking at the internet where china's basically saying that you know canada's response to covid shows that the chinese model is better. Democracy doesn't work and also questioning any of the vaccine of vaccines that are approved in canada. Matthews says beijing is using the covid chaos in western democracies as a propaganda opportunity pushing the narrative that the pandemic proved the superiority of its authoritarian model is capable of cracking down on even small outbreaks with tremendous force while suppressing criticisms and disregarding any notion of individual freedoms and beijing's relative success in curtailing. The health crisis is garnering. Plenty of praise from ordinary chinese. Been jiang the calgary father from wuhan whom we met at the beginning of this episode says that last year as canada's covid nineteen case load climbed. He actually considered taking his family. Out of calgary and back to wuhan to be honest with you. Yes we did. We did contemplate on. You know maybe flying back that way Because you know be safer for our kids saver for us. But on her hand. Nino calgary is where our home is. ben says. His friends and family in wuhan didn't just abide by the seventy six day lockdown because they had to but also because they believed in it. I'm not sure. If like we have waited. Takes to to get to the china chinese level. Because i i personally believe that it's because of the the high level of personal engagement that got China to where they are right now race of because everybody buys into the idea they never had any anti mask protests Everybody buys into the idea of personal hygiene social distancing masking and so they were able to to eliminate the the virus in a very short period of time. I think just the way they did. It is pretty pretty amazing when the world's first covid nineteen outbreak struck wuhan in january twenty twenty rattling the country and its government few could have imagined. China would emerge the victor a moral of the story. According to chinese officials china is rising and the pandemic has only accelerated. Its assent coming up later in china rising. We'll explore how the chinese government's handling of the pandemic and questions around covid. Nineteen origin have also revealed a dark underbelly in canada and the united states of hidden hate stomped on spot on murder. All these incidents happening since the beginning of the global covid nineteen pandemic and canada is not immune to the hate. I heard from behind me and shouting china. Japan covid nineteen and anti asian racism. Coming up on china rising. This podcast is written and produced by me. Jeff simple with producers deliver less kes- cameo reserve audio. Editing and sound design is by rob johnston editing assistance from stephanie desouza. You can help me share this podcast by telling a friend. And don't forget to rate and review. China rising on apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen you can find me on twitter at jeff simple g. n. And you can email me at jeff dot sample at global news dot ca. Thanks for listening. And please join me next. Time on china rising. I'm sarah ritchie. I'm a reporter for global news. In halifax i was working the day. Everything changed nova scotia april. My team has spent the last year asking tough questions about how gunmen disguised as a police. 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"wuhan" Discussed on Today in Focus
"Today the return of the covid nineteen lab leak theory. What is i'm why has joe biden ordered an investigation into it in this episode. We're going to talk about a theory that frankly sounds like the plot of a disaster movie. Here's how it goes. It begins in a mine shaft in china's yunan province in the southwest corner of the country. It's pitch dark down there covered in fungus and foul smelling bat excrement. it's a breeding ground for infectious corona viruses that reside ambassador before jumping into other species. That's why it is of interest to shizhen glenn. The pioneering chinese scientists who discovered the source of the sars epidemic and his colleagues called her fat woman in admiration the is twenty twelve and she and her team and to the cave dressed in full protective equipment they placed nets at the mouth of the mind and wait for nightfall to catch bats midflight. Then they take their samples and travel a thousand miles into central china with our lab. The wuhan center for disease control and prevention is based as we know it is in this city seven years later. In one thousand nine hundred nine that a novel coronavirus emerges that is deadly to humans to begin here with the outbreak of a mystery virus in the now has the world health organization on edge. At least four people have died and hundreds more are sick. Though there are concerns five times as many people could be infringed. Chinese authorities notify the world help organization. They focus their attention on a local wet market selling exotic animals as food but a few miles away. Is she schengens lab. Where the corona virus sample taken from that bat cave in two twenty twelve shows a ninety six percent match to cove in one thousand nine hundred and so a theory begins to take hold. Could that be a link between this lab and the outbreak experts say the virus started in the chinese city of wuhan now spreading across asia strongly denied by china has been dismissed by many scientists as a wild conspiracy and the idea is still treated with extreme skepticism but president joe biden has now demanded that his intelligence services interrogate the origins of covid.
"wuhan" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly
"Washingtonians and chat. Here's it's different man washington's just a different kind of place. It's cool i mean and i'll just say it this way i wasn't born here but i you know but i got here's quick as i could right that's all zig ziglar line but i thought it steal it for a second It's just a different kind of place fan you know it's and portland oregon is portland's not much different. It's it's also You know just odd so anyway Back into the content here The israelis have a pretty good grasp on where hamas command and control facilities. Are they know where these guys are. They know where they operate. They know how they they do. The whole nine yards and they know where their leaders are. And so when these guys start firing rockets at israel israel is gonna take them out and they knew where one of their command and control centers was and it was in the building that housed the associated press offices. Now apparently the pieces they didn't know that hamas in their building or that they were in hamas building. How you want to phrase that which leads me to question how good they are at their job. If you're reporters you would think that a military operation command and control operation in your own building. Wouldn't escape your notice. But such is the p. And maybe that tells you a lot about the reporting from the middle east regardless. Benjamin netanyahu weighed in on what had happened there. And here's here. He is the precision of that targeting is Been up for question. There's been a lot of focus on the bombing on saturday. Gaza a building that housed the associated. Press and al jazeera the committee to protect journalists demanded detailed and documented justification this morning. There's a jerusalem post story that says the americans were shown a smoking gun that proof that hamas was in that building. What is that proof. And did you show it to the americans. Well we share it with our american friends all that intelligence in years the intelligence we had. It's about palestinian terrorist. A an intelligence office for the palestinian terrorist organization housed in that building that plots organizes the terror attacks against israeli civilians so perfectly legitimate target. And i can tell you that. We took every precaution to make sure that there were no civilian injuries. In fact no dense no injuries whatsoever. Can't say injuries. I don't know if somebody received a fragment of a stone. I don't know that but no people were killed now. Imagine asking us. How's that possible. You'll see these high rise towers that are used by hamas over and over again they collapsed and no one is killed. Why does that happen. Because we unlike hamas take special precautions to tell people leave the building. Leave the premises. We make sure that everyone is gone before we bring down those terrorists facilities. And that's the difference between israel hamas. They deliberately target our cities deliberately. Target our civilians that glorified the death of children and civilians and old people. They are happy with it. I think they're happy with any deaths are caused to then we grieve for every noncombatant loss in gaza and we grieve for all our civilians. Who diamond is not happy with it. And we try to minimize it and he said something interesting there. He said we grieve for every loss of theirs. We agree for every loss of life hours. And there's and they. He said we believe are happy even with their own losses and i think he's right about that. I do think that they're happy. With their own losses. They are totally content to see women and children die because it gives energy to the squad and those kinda people not in the trust me. This isn't just about the. Us there's the equivalent of the squad in all kinds of countries and all kinds of legislatures anti-semitism an anti israel sentiment is not limited to the us by any means Mike pompeo Like i said was on marita bar. Romo's we played the one clip here. He is again. This is going to be the next one down call. That's the one that says direct line and so here's mike pompeo. I've been telling you that that. The by administration empowering iran was going to be the thing that leads to destabilization of the middle east. Here's mike pompeo saying the same thing. I think abraham accords will survive because it was good for the people of the united arab emirates of bahrain and israel i think those leaders will ensure that these accords survive but every single step the biden administration has taken to date puts them at greater risk and put those friends and allies and partners of ours in the middle east digressed. There is maria a direct line. There is a direct line between appeasement and war. We worked for four years to create pieces to build in the middle east and we made clear to the palestinian thirty knocking to underwrite. You want. I can send american taxpayer money to the palestinians while you're still committed to wiping israel off the face of the earth. This administration came in and immediately began underwriting. The palestinians again. They headed billions of dollars over to the iranians in terms of absence of enforcement of sanctions. The iranians are underwriting very terrorists who are firing rockets into jerusalem and tel aviv. Today this is crazy. This is bad for our friend and partner israel. it's bad for the broader middle east and it puts american lives at risk as well. These these sets of policies are completely one hundred eighty degrees out of the things that we now know. Marie give you one more example. Remember they said that exactly. This kind of thing would happen if we moved the. Us embassy to jerusalem. They said they'll be war. They'll be firing of rockets all the while. We've moved to the embassy. None of that happened when this ministration refused to allow the israelis to do the things that they need to do to defend themselves. That's when you get conflict like you see today between israel and the palestinians.
"wuhan" Discussed on AP News
"City of Wuhan and China announced the world's first coronavirus lock down a year ago, The bustling central Chinese industrial Center of Wuhan was brought to a virtual standstill almost overnight. When your own life has largely returned to normal in the city of 11 million, even as the rest of the world struggles with the spread of the virus is more contagious Variants yelled on You is a Wuhan resident so that the pandemic has not been eliminated. Yet there's still the possibility of a re emergence and it said that we should take precautions. If it's to vaccinate people for covert 19 have been frustrated by limited supplies in some parts of China. I'm Sarah Bus It's one year has passed since the city of Wuhan in China announced the world's first coronavirus lockdown. A year ago, the bustling central Chinese industrial Center of Wuhan was brought to a virtual standstill almost overnight One year on life has largely returned to normal in the city of 11 million, even as the rest of the world struggles with the spread of the virus is more contagious Variants. Yelled on You is a Wuhan resident, so Seo pandemic has not been eliminated. Yet. There's still the possibility of a re emergence and it said that we should take precautions. Efforts to vaccinate people for covert 19 have been frustrated by limited supplies in some parts of China. I am Sara passes Brooklyn born King began his career at a small Miami radio station in the late 19 fifties by the early 60 T was a local celebrity at a larger station with a newspaper column. By the late seventies, King hosted the first nationwide radio call in show opening to the Larry King Show. Then he got his CNN show. He told AP about his interview style in 1994. I think you learn more through good questioning and sincere curiosity. Then you do through badgering. I never learned anything when I bagged your people and said the job helped his love life was 23 years old. I was filling in for the Old Knight guy and a voice called me and said, I find you Entrancing and no girl had ever called me in my whole life. King was married eight times to seven women twice to the same one work, King once said. It's the easiest thing to do. I'm Julie Walker..
"wuhan" Discussed on AP News
"The city of Wuhan and China announced the world's first coronavirus lock down a year ago, The bustling central Chinese industrial Center of Wuhan was brought to a virtual standstill almost overnight. When your own life has largely returned to normal in the city of 11 million, even as the rest of the world struggles with the spread of the virus is more contagious Variants yelled on You is a Wuhan resident so that the pandemic has not been eliminated. Yet there's still the possibility of a re emergence and it said that we should take precautions. If it's to vaccinate people for covert 19 have been frustrated by limited supplies in some parts of China. I'm Sarah Bus It's one year has passed since the city of Wuhan in China announced the world's first coronavirus lockdown. A year ago, the bustling central Chinese industrial Center of Wuhan was brought to a virtual standstill almost overnight One year on life has largely returned to normal in the city of 11 million, even as the rest of the world struggles with the spread of the virus is more contagious Variants. Yelled on. You is a Wuhan resident so you should take the pandemic has not been eliminated. Yet. There's still the possibility of a re emergence and it said that we should take precautions. Efforts to vaccinate people for covert 19 have been frustrated by limited supplies in some parts of China. I'm Sarah Bassett's Brooklyn born King began his career at a small Miami radio station in the late 19 fifties by the early 60 T was a local celebrity at a larger station with a newspaper column. By the late seventies, King hosted the first nationwide radio call in show opening to the Larry King Show. Then he got his CNN show. He told AP about his interview style in 1994. I think you learn more through good questioning and sincere curiosity. Then you do through badgering. I never learned anything when I bagged your people and said the job helped his love life was 23 years old. I was filling in for the Old Knight guy and a voice called me and said, I find you Entrancing and no girl had ever called me in my whole life. King was married eight times to seven women twice to the same one work, King once said. It's the easiest thing to do. I'm Julie Walker. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio.
"wuhan" Discussed on AP News
"The city of Wuhan and China announced the world's first coronavirus lock down a year ago, The bustling central Chinese industrial Center of Wuhan was brought to a virtual standstill almost overnight. When your own life has largely returned to normal in the city of 11 million, even as the rest of the world struggles with the spread of the virus is more contagious Variants yelled on You is a Wuhan resident so that the pandemic has not been eliminated. Yet there's still the possibility of a re emergence and it said that we should take precautions. Efforts to vaccinate people for covert 19 have been frustrated by limited supplies in some parts of China. I am Sara passes one year has passed since the city of Wuhan in China announced the world's first coronavirus lockdown. A year ago, the bustling central Chinese industrial Center of Wuhan was brought to a virtual standstill almost overnight One year on life has largely returned to normal in the city of 11 million. Even as the rest of the world struggles with the spread of the virus is more contagious. Variance yelled on You is a Wuhan resident so that the pandemic has not been eliminated. Yet there's still the possibility of a re emergence and it said that we should take precautions. Efforts to vaccinate people for covert 19 have been frustrated by limited supplies in some parts of China. I am Sara Busses, Brooklyn born King began his career at a small Miami radio station in the late 19 fifties. By the early sixties, he was a local celebrity at a larger station with a newspaper column. By the late seventies, King hosted the first nationwide radio call in show opening to the Larry King Show. Then he got his CNN show. He told they be about his interview style in 1994. I think you learn more through good questioning and sincere curiosity. Then you do through badgering. I never learned anything when I badged your people and said the job helped his love life was 23 years old. I was filling in for the Old Knight guy and a voice called me and said, I find you entrancing. No girl had ever called me in my whole life. King was married eight times to seven women twice to the same one work, King once said. It's the easiest thing to do. I'm Julie Walker. Thank you for listening to.