The United States blames China for the virus and China blames the U.S., but the truth is that both countries are engaged in a network of unethical coronavirus gain-of-function research that dates back twenty-one years.
National Intelligence Analyst David E. Martin, Ph.D, the developer of linguistic genomics, is an expert at understanding the intent of communication. For twenty-one years, David Martin studied biological weapon activity, and the timeline of events behind the race to control and profit from coronaviruses.
Martin’s operation maintained a series of inquiries into every individual and every company that is involved in anything related to biological and chemical weapons throughout 168 countries. The operation investigated over a million patents that were put into a digital searchable format provided by IBM.
Martin found that one third of all patents were functional forgeries, containing linguistic variations, but covering the same subject matter. Peculiarly, in 1999, patents on coronaviruses exploded onto the scene as the race to control and profit from pathogens accelerated into the 21st century. The coronavirus manipulation began in 1999 with Ralph Barrick, researcher at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. His manipulation of coronavirus led to chimeric discoveries that allowed the virus to have enhanced gain-of-function properties.
In 2003, a coronavirus outbreak occurred in Asia, and the CDC discovered just how profitable a coronavirus outbreak could be, from the way people can be manipulated through pandemic messaging, how they can be controlled by government mandates, and how sickness can be treated and used for vaccination experiments. That’s why in 2003, the CDC sought to patent coronavirus so they could control the proprietary rights to the disease, to the virus, and to its measurement and detection. From 2003 to 2018, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Ralph Barrick, and the CDC, controlled 100 percent of the cash flow behind the industrial complex of coronavirus.
On April 25, 2003, the U.S. CDC filed a patent on coronavirus transmitted to humans. Granted, it is illegal to manufacture coronaviruses, for this violates laws and treaties on developing biological and chemical weapons. It is also illegal to patent nature such as naturally-occurring coronaviruses. The CDC had no choice but to make their research confidential so they could control who had access to their experiments so they could skirt the law.
This is why the CDC filed a petition with the patent office to make their patent confidential. The CDC made their patent on coronavirus, its detection, and a kit to measure it, a secretive, controllable endeavor. With this secretive patent, the CDC controlled who was authorized to make inquiries about coronavirus. Their secret patent constrained anyone from using the virus -- giving the CDC the means, the motive and the monetary gain that would ultimately be used to turn coronavirus from a naturally-occurring pathogen to a profitable weapon of sickness and societal control.
From 2012 and 2013, the National Institutes of Health came to the moral and ethical realization that their research efforts on coronavirus gain-of-function should be suspended. This is when federal funds to Harvard, Emory and the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill were suspended, as a moratorium was placed on coronavirus gain-of-function research in the U.S. This did not stop the research altogether. In 2014 and 2015, the research was off-shored to China, to the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
The NIH ran money through a series of cover organizations to subcontract with the Wuhan Institute of Virology -- the site of the original covid-19 outbreaks in 2019. Because the CDC owns the secretive patent on coronavirus measurement and detection, they have the power to mislead the world with inaccurate testing protocols, while controlling economies and people’s lives until they are worn down enough to submit to upcoming inoculations.