- The House of Foreign Affairs has a highly illuminating report on the origin of the coronavirus.
- The evidence presented has led to the conclusion that Peter Daszak is a Chinese agent.
In August 2021, the House of Foreign Affairs Committee produced a report titled The Origins of Covid-19. This report is filled with unique and damning information, much of which I had never read before. And predictable, it was barely covered by the mainstream media, who prefer to spend their time bringing Dr. Fauci onto programs to answer questions about wearing masks rather than investigating. This article discusses the evidence presented in the report regarding how Peter Daszak is most likely an agent of the CCP.
The quotes from the House of Foreign Affairs report on the coronavirus origin I found led me to conclude that Peter Daszak, head of the EcoHealth Alliance and the intermediary that lobbied for GOF research and funded the research that created the coronavirus at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, is a Chinese agent are included below.
How The Chinese Government Covered up the Lab Leak
First, let us get into the quote regarding China’s involvement in covering up the lab leak.
The sudden removal of the WIV’s virus and sample database in the middle of the night on September 12, 2019 and without explanation; Safety concerns expressed by top PRC scientists in 2019 and unusually scheduled maintenance at the WIV; Athletes at the Military World Games held in Wuhan in October 2019 who became sick with symptoms similar to COVID-19 both while in Wuhan and also shortly after returning to their home countries; Satellite imagery of Wuhan in September and October 2019 that showed a significant uptick in the number of people at local hospitals surrounding the WIV’s headquarters, coupled with an unusually high number of patients with symptoms similar to COVID-19; The installation of a People’s Liberation Army’s bioweapons expert as the head of the WIV’s Biosafety Level 4 lab (BSL-4), possibly as early as late 2019; and Actions by the Chinese Communist Party and scientists working at or affiliated with the WIV to hide or coverup the type of research being conducted at there.
The report gets more into the database being taken offline in a later quote.
Evidence of the Cover-Up by the CCP and WHO
In the original report, we laid out many of the ways the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and the World Health Organization (WHO) went to great lengths to cover up the initial epidemic, and how their cover-up likely turned what could have been a local outbreak into a global pandemic. The CCP detained doctors in order to silence them, and disappeared journalists who attempted to expose the truth. They destroyed lab samples, and hid the fact there was clear evidence of human-to-human transmission. And they still refuse to allow a real investigation into the origins. At the same time, the WHO, under Director General Tedros, failed to warn the world of the impending pandemic. Instead, he parroted CCP talking points, acting as a puppet of General Secretary Xi.
The CCP approved who was part of the WHO team that visited the WIV a year after the outbreak.
- The CCP ensured that only controllable and biased scientists, like Peter Daszak, were on that team.
- The investigation by this team was a farce, or should I say a “Chinese investigation,” where nothing is found, and everyone gets to “save face.” The more information that comes out of it, the more the WHO appears to be a puppet of the CCP.
In addition to covering up the ample evidence of the leak from the WIV, the CCP tried to point the blame to many other countries as the source of the virus — including the US. This was done with the knowledge that the virus came from the WIV. The entire wet market hypothesis was a cover story also created by the CCP, with the assistance of Western scientists who had financial ties to the funding, like Peter Daszak.
This is explained in the following quotation.
..we have uncovered strong evidence that suggests Peter Daszak is the public face of a CCP disinformation campaign designed to suppress public discussion about a potential lab leak. Emails obtained by a third-party organization show that Daszak organized a February 19, 2020, statement in the Lancet “condemn[ing] conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 does not have a natural origin.” The statement continued, “Conspiracy theories do nothing but create fear, rumours, and prejudice that jeopardise our global collaboration in the fight against this virus.” The emails show Daszak’s effort to organize a large group of scientists to sign onto a statement that he personally drafted. One email concludes with Daszak stating, “Please note that this statement will not have EcoHealth Alliance logo on it and will not be identifiable as coming from any one organization or person, the idea is to have this as a community supporting our colleagues.” I spoke with Linfa last night about the statement we sent round. He thinks, and I agree with him, that you, me and him should not sign this statement, so it has some distance from us and therefore doesn’t work in a counterproductive way… We’ll then put it out in a way that doesn’t link it back to our collaboration so we maximize an independent voice.
So Daszak deliberately omitted his name from something he coordinated to make the statement seem independent.