China’s leader could be overthrown if scientists prove that Kovid escaped from a Wuhan lab, a health chief has claimed.
Rumors of deadly virus leaked from Wuhan Institute of Virology The crisis has been roaming since it began.
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But if evidence of claims is ever found, Xi Jinping A leading advisor to the World Health Organization (WHO) says that can be dropped and world leaders will demand unprecedented reforms.
Jamie Metzl spoke out days after the reveal British spies are looking into this theory – and consider it “feasible”.
He told the LBC: “In China, if this is fully proven, I think there is a real possibility to overthrow Xi Jinping.
“There will be worldwide compensation claims against China.
“It would be a huge geopolitical setback for that country.
“Just think about the anger of all the people around the world One who has lost a spouse, a child, a parent, will feel.
“Not only on the original mistake, but the criminal cover-up afterwards.”
Presenter Majid Nawaz said the “consequences are incredibly dire” for the Chinese regime, if evidence is found.
“For the first time in history the whole planet has been shut down because of this thing,” he said.
move from British intelligence services to advance research into lab leak claims Tensions with Beijing have intensified.
And last week US President Joe Biden ordered an investigation into the origin of the virus.
Beijing has repeatedly denied that the Wuhan Institute of Virology is the source of Kovid, which has claimed more than 3.5 million deaths so far.
What do we know about the mysterious Wuhan Institute of Virology?
The Wuhan Institute of Virology is the highest security laboratory of its kind in all of China – and can be found at the center of the pandemic’s origins.
Various theories have been reported about the laboratory, which is led by scientist Dr. Shi Zhengli, better known as “Bat Woman”.
The lab specializes in bat-borne viruses and has been experiencing them since 2015.
Airlocks, full body suits and chemical showers are required before entering and leaving the facility – the first in China to be accredited with Biosafety Level 4 (BSL-4).
BSL-4 labs are the only areas in the world where scientists are allowed to study diseases that have no cure.
Laboratory scientists also tested a mysterious virus that killed three miners in Yunnan province in 2012, 1,000 miles away.
It has been suggested that this deadly bug may be the true origin of Kovid-19.
Lab experts have also developed a new type of hybrid ‘super-virus’ that can infect humans in 2015, according to the journal nature medicine
The study was designed to show the risk of viruses carried by bats that can be transmitted to humans.
There is no suggestion that the facility’s 2015 work is linked to the epidemic and the facility denies laboratory leak claims.
Just seven days before the outbreak, the lab was also recruiting new scientists to test for coronavirus in bats.
One editorial The claim, published by the Communist Party-run Global Times, is that the US government is “arrogant”.
Addressing previous reports and studies by the World Health Organization, the piece states, “American intelligence agencies do not have better research capabilities than WHO.”
It also accuses the US government of “playing the political game to hijack science”, demanding that the WHO should “serve America’s political interests”.
Elsewhere, officials are on the lookout for a Chinese woman who was shot with a . is referred to as “Patient Su“Who could be the first COVID case infected by a possible lab leak?
It is claimed that the 61-year-old woman contracted a mysterious condition in November 2019 – almost a month before China reported the outbreak to the WHO.
Reports also revealed that British intelligence officers are recruitment of chinese whistleblowers On the dark web on the fear of leaking of Kovid.
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