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May 14, 2020

Accident? Or Fortuitous Weapon?

Filed under: Probable Cause — Tags: — Bill @ 7:31 am

Biohazard Symbol“Would the present US Congress have the courage to propose, debate, and pass a declaration of war against the People’s Republic of China (PRC) pursuant to the US Constitution, Article 1, Section 8, Clause 11 if the Wuhan corona virus release is proven to have been accidental but maliciously and fortuitously exploited rather than explicitly created as a biowarfare weapon?”

That’s the question OpenCdA began our posts with on April 17, 2020,  April 28, 2020and May 2, 2020.  We ask it again here today.

When it finally decided to publicly acknowledge the Wuhan corona virus release, the Chinese Communist Party government of the PRC (ChiCom) declined to identify the exact point of release.  However, it was quick to assert that it had been an accidental release even though it refused to identify or make “Patient Zero” available for medical interviews and epidemiological examinations.

Several relevant facts have been reported by sources who have reported reliably in the past:

— The Chinese Communist Party government of the PRC (ChiCom) deliberately withheld sounding a timely worldwide warning about the release.

— The ChiComs demanded that the sock-puppet president of the World Health Organization delay reporting of the release and then minimize the danger posed.

— The ChiComs began urgently but covertly hoarding personal protective equipment and other materiel which could be used to protect their own people from the virus while at the same time limiting access of other nations to the protective equipment.

— The ChiComs allowed or directed their own people in the contaminated Wuhan area to leave the PRC for destinations outside the PRC while at the same time forbidding those people to travel to major populated urban areas inside the PRC.  It’s almost as if the ChiComs were using their own asymptomatic people as vectors to spread the ChiCom Wuhan virus to other parts of the world.

— The ChiComs steadfastly refused to provide any detailed information about the release, refusing to allow its scientists to meet with their counterparts from other nations, release their research and experiment notes, or release samples of the viral material for separate analysis.  The ChiComs refused to allow US scientists to visit the Wuhan release site.  In short, the very information our epidemiologists, other scientists, and policy makers needed to assess the medical and military threat levels in the COVID-19 virus was intentionally withheld from us and the rest of the world by the ChiComs.

— On April 30, 2020, the United States Director of National Intelligence (DNI) issued a press release on behalf of the US Intelligence Community.  The DNI’s release did not explicitly state that the ChiCom’s COVID-19 release was accidental or intentional.  Neither did it state the ChiCom’s purpose for working with what was to eventually be labeled COVID-19.  The DNI’s press release said, “The Intelligence Community also concurs with the wide scientific consensus that the COVID-19 virus was not manmade or genetically modified.”  It concluded with, “The IC will continue to rigorously examine emerging information and intelligence to determine whether the outbreak began through contact with infected animals or if it was the result of an accident at a laboratory in Wuhan.”

The ChiComs’ secretive behavior to delay issuing public health warnings, to conceal the release of the highly contagious and lethal Wuhan corona virus COVID-19, and to then withhold critical medical science and hoard medicines and equipment that other nations would need to deal with this pandemic disease strongly suggests that even if the initial release was accidental, the ChiComs seized the opportunity to exploit their “accident” and turn it into a physiological, psychological, economic, and political weapon of war.

To help OpenCdA readers better understand why biological agents (even accidentally released ones like the ChiCom’s represent COVID-19 to be) are so dangerous to the United States, here is a link to the “Biological Agents” and “National with Chemical-Biological Weapons Capability” sections of a larger study entitled “Chemical-Biological Attack:  Achilles Heel of the Air Expeditionary Force” by Byron C. Hepburn, Colonel, USAF, MC, FS, September 2019, as part of The Counterproliferation Papers, Future Warfare Series No. 4, USAF Counterproliferation Center, Air War College, Air University, Maxwell AFB, Alabama.

Readers who are closely following the scientific, social, economic, and political effects of the COVID-19 pandemic will quickly realize the striking similarities between the COVID-19 effects and the outcomes associated with the hostile use of biological agents as weapons.

In my opinion, biological agents used as biological weapons are far more dangerous than conventional, chemical, and nuclear weapons.  Whereas the conventional, chemical, and nuclear weapons’ immediate effects are detectable and eventually containable and correctable, biologicals can be much more difficult to detect, identify, and contain.  In contrast to conventional, chemical, and nuclear materials which will disappear and become inert or neutral over time (though it may take decades or centuries), biologicals can replicate and mutate and adapt to changes in their environments and vector hosts.

International treaties and laws become useless when they are circumvented by evil actors like the Chinese Communist government of the People’s Republic of China.  Lawsuits against the ChiComs to recover financial damages for the harm already done and yet to be done will be greeted with laughter.  In the Wuhan release of the COVID-19 corona virus, the ChiComs happily sacrificed the lives of who knows how many of their own citizens to achieve the ChiComs’ own objective:  domination of the world economy.  An evil government willing to do that will not be deterred by lawsuits or bad press or the bluster of self-serving politicians who may put their own economic interests ahead of national security.

May 2, 2020

Made in China – The ChiComs’ Gift to the World

Filed under: Probable Cause — Tags: — Bill @ 1:51 pm

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“Would the present US Congress have the courage to propose, debate, and pass a declaration of war against the People’s Republic of China (PRC) pursuant to the US Constitution, Article 1, Section 8, Clause 11 if the Wuhan corona virus release is proven to have been accidental but maliciously and fortuitously exploited rather than explicitly created as a biowarfare weapon?”

That’s the question OpenCdA began its posts with on April 17, 2020, and April 28, 2020.  It seems that with each passing day, the question becomes more and more relevant.

Readers have no doubt heard about a 15-page dossier recently completed by the Five-Eyes intelligence services that was leaked to an Australian newspaper.

OpenCdA has been unable to find a copy of the dossier, however here is a reprint (with citation) to the newspaper article published by Australia’s The Daily Telegraph newspaper online on May 2, 2020, at 10:26am and authored by Sharri Markson.  The Daily Telegraph’s article is better written and far more detailed than anything we’ve seen in US skewspapers.  It is headlined Bombshell dossier lays out coronavirus case against Chinese.  (NOTE:  If readers follow the Source link act the top of the reprint’s page, you will be taken to the Telegraph’s most updated version of this online story.  It may display a different headline and have different content.)

Readers may also recall that we mentioned The Biological Weapons Convention in our April 17, 2020, post cited previously and entitled Could Congress Pull the Trigger?   For a more detailed and easily understandable discussion of that Convention and its relevance to the COVID-19 release by the ChiComs, see the article entitled Oh The Irony! On This Day in 1972, US, USSR & 70 Other Nations Agree to Ban Biological Weapons.

April 28, 2020

ChiComs and Cow Farts

Filed under: Probable Cause — Tags: — Bill @ 10:09 am

04-17-2020 CCP BrancoMy OpenCdA post dated April 17, 2020, asked, “Would the present US Congress have the courage to propose, debate, and pass a declaration of war against the People’s Republic of China (PRC) pursuant to the US Constitution, Article 1, Section 8, Clause 11 if the Wuhan corona virus release is proven to have been accidental but maliciously and fortuitously exploited rather than explicitly created as a biowarfare weapon.

That post included a reference to the presence at the University of Idaho of an international student friendship organization named the Confucius Institute.  (Presidential candidate Joe Biden would likely view that as a positive development for Idaho.)

An OpenCdA reader added a comment to that post acknowledging his or her unfamiliarity with the Confucius Institute and its connection to the ChiCom government of the People’s Republic of China.  That’s okay.  It certainly sounds benign, right?  After all, Idaho is not exactly the center of national security interests for our nation.  We’ve only got trees, mines (mostly closed), the Idaho National Laboratory, and agriculture.

Nothing in that list could ever be of any interest to the ChiComs, right?  Certainly not agriculture.  And yet the Confucius Institute also has a chapter at Kansas State University (KSU) in Manhattan, Kansas.  (Insert “who cares <yawn>” here.)  Just another ag school, right?  Seems logical that the ChiComs would be interested in improving their agricultural production capabilities.  You may recall that in 2010 Idaho Governor Otter  led an Idaho business promotion delegation to the PRC.  Yeah.  Sell the ChiComs spuds and build a Micron technology plant there.

But the ChiComs’ interest in US agriculture likely goes far deeper than milk, beef, and potato production.

In 2022 and 2023 a biosafety level-4 (BSL-4) lab will open and become fully operational at KSU.  That laboratory will the the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF).  It was begun by President George W. Bush in his Homeland Security Presidential Directive 9 signed in 2004.  When you read and understand the NBAF Plan, the presence of the Confucius Institute chapter on the KSU campus should become even more concerning.

As if to punctuate the importance of agricultural security and to clarify the relationship between the current COVID-19 pandemic and food security, please read today’s Fox News online piece entitled Trump to invoke Defense Production Act to keep meat-processing plants open amid fears of supply shortage.

The ChiComs are more interested in the security of our food sources than cow farts.

April 17, 2020

Could Congress Pull the Trigger?

Filed under: Probable Cause — Tags: — Bill @ 2:02 pm

Yellow-JackWould the present US Congress have the courage to propose, debate, and pass a declaration of war against the People’s Republic of China (PRC) pursuant to the US Constitution, Article 1, Section 8, Clause 11 if the Wuhan corona virus release is proven to have been accidental but maliciously and fortuitously exploited rather than explicitly created as a biowarfare weapon?

The Chinese Communist government (ChiCom) of the People’s Republic of China has asserted that the COVID-19 coronavirus release in Wuhan, Hubei Province, PRC, was accidental.  Of course, the ChiComs also asserted that it was introduced intentionally by the US military in Wuhan.

A civilized nation that was genuinely concerned about health and safety of its own citizens and the citizens of nations around the world would have immediately taken all appropriate actions to warn others of the danger of the released viral biological agent.  They would have immediately taken measures to contain the virus and limit its spread.

That’s what the government of a civilized nation would have done.

But the PRC is not a civilized nation, primarily because its government is completely ChiCom.   One need only look at the measures the ChiComs took and failed to take immediately after the Wuhan coronavirus release to see that.

As a direct and indisputable result of the ChiComs malicious actions and failures to act,  the thriving economy of the United States has been decimated.  As bad as that is, it is even worse that as of April 17, 2020, at 12:50 PM PDT, the Center for Disease Control is reporting that among the United States and its territories, there have been 661,712 COVID-19 cases (660,430 confirmed; 1,282 probable) and 33,049 deaths (28,823 confirmed; 4,226 probable).

Today (04-17-2020) Fox News online is running an article headlined US officials confirm full-scale investigation of whether coronavirus escaped from Wuhan lab by Brett Baier, Gillian Turner, and Adam Shaw of Fox News.  Please take the time to read this article carefully.  One informative paragraph reads:

U.S. officials and the intelligence community have confirmed to Fox News that they have taken the possibility of the coronavirus being man-made or engineered inside China as some sort of bioweapon off the table and have ruled it out at this point. (emphasis mine)

Clearly the Trump administration doubts the honesty and completeness of the ChiCom’s assurances, as well it should.

So how does all this justify questions about whether or not the US Congress would have the courage to declare war against the ChiCom PRC?  After all, this was just a big “oopsie” by the ChiCom PRC, right?  That might be valid if “accidental release” and “bioweapon attack” are the only two choices available, but they’re not.

There is a third choice that must be considered:  What if the Wuhan release was in fact an accident BUT the ChiComs had sufficient controls and intelligence assets in place to exploit the accidental release and closely monitor its subsequent results and our reactions for hostile purposes?  Just from the reporting done by the US’s “free press” skews media (Donald Trump Jr. refers to CNN as “XiNN” and my own nickname for NBC is “MSS-NBC“), the ChiComs successfully benched the US Navy’s nuclear aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt in Guam.  They’ve also managed to cripple our thriving economy.  It is also most likely they have begun tasking their ChiCom sources on college campuses including professors, researchers, and students in organizations such as the Confucius Institute.  (I wonder how many people in north Idaho know there is Confucius Institute representation here?)

The ChiComs have acceded to the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC).  Both the United States and the PRC have agreed to participate.  Thus, any willful violation of the BWC that results in the death of over 33,000 US citizens in the United States and its territories could and logically should be considered to be an act of war.

If the full-scale investigation ordered by the President and reported in Fox News today reveals that the Wuhan release was either intentionally originated or fortuitously manipulated by the ChiCom PRC as an intel operation or an aggressive action against the United States, the President and the US Congress need to seriously discuss a formal declaration of war.

Those talks need to exclude any present and former members of Congress who or whose family members have business dealings with the ChiCom PRC.

Addendum:  04-19-2020 at 11:00 PDT.  White House Trade Adviser Peter Navarro said during an exclusive interview on Fox News “Sunday Morning Futures” that China “cornered” the personal protective equipment (PPE) market during the coronavirus outbreak and “is profiteering.” Follow this link to see the online article.

Navarro’s assertion, if complete and accurate, has diminished the capacity of the US public health agencies to effectively fight COVID-19.  It has likely led to the deaths of not only US citizens but citizens of other nations as well.

As of 12:00 PDT today approximately 39,400 US citizens have died as a result of the ChiCom-originated corona virus COVID-19.   Given that the ChiCom PRC sought to hide and lie about its actions rather than notify the world of the biological monster it had created,  Congress should at least formally discuss if the ChiComs’ actions in the aggregate are an act of war against the United States.

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