An International Tribunal on the Origins of COVID-19 by Robert W Malone MD, MS for Who Is Robert Malone – SubStack
Organizations and individuals must band together to call for an independent investigation.
bioRxiv preprint October 18, 2022 doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.10.18.512756; this version posted October 20, 2022
Lay Summary: To construct synthetic variants of natural coronaviruses in the lab, researchers often use a method called in vitro genome assembly. This method utilizes special enzymes called restriction enzymes to generate DNA building blocks that then can be “stitched” together in the correct order of the viral genome. To make a virus in the lab, researchers usually engineer the viral genome to add and remove stitching sites, called restriction sites. The ways researchers modify these sites can serve as fingerprints of in vitro genome assembly.
We found that SARS-CoV has the restriction site fingerprint that is typical for synthetic viruses. The synthetic fingerprint of SARS-CoV-2 is anomalous in wild coronaviruses, and common in lab-assembled viruses. The type of mutations (synonymous or silent mutations) that differentiate the restriction sites in SARS-CoV-2 are characteristic of engineering, and the concentration of these silent mutations in the restriction sites is extremely unlikely to have arisen by random evolution.
Both the restriction site fingerprint and the pattern of mutations generating them are extremely unlikely in wild coronaviruses and nearly universal in synthetic viruses. Our findings strongly suggest a synthetic origin of SARS-CoV2.
Yep, yep and yep. This study, which uses a classic tool for investigating the origins of a virus – and could easily been done by our government, other governments or the World Health Organization but wasn’t… well, it pretty much puts the last nail in the coffin on the question of whether this virus is a wild or synthetic. This is the smoking gun. SARS-CoV-2 is a synthetic virus, made in a lab. It doesn’t get much clearer than this.
The authors go on:
Given the advances in biotechnology and the low cost of producing infectious clones, there is an urgent need for transparency on coronavirus research occurring prior to COVID-19, and global coordination on biosafety to reduce the risks of unintentional laboratory escape of infectious clones.
But let’s break down what this really means and why it really matters. It means that governments, most likely our government here in USA, killed millions of people by conducting dangerous gain-of-function research, which they are still doing!. Note the emphasis on “unintentional laboratory escape.” This also implies that these authors also believe that this virus escaped from a US government funded project.
It is time for some accountability. It is time for reparations for the millions of lives lost. It is time for our government to step up and accept responsibility. It is time for an international tribunal.