Since we now know that the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) was more than likely cooked up by scientists at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) (with help from the US), there is no telling what other kinds of experiments are taking place there in preparation for the next plandemic.
Much of the research that takes place at WIV is prohibited elsewhere, hence why it is carried out there under the approval of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Many U.S.-based companies outsource their research to WIV because they know China has almost no ethical or moral standards when it comes to controversial experiments.
"Human-monkey hybrids, souped-up viruses, head transplants and gene editing are just some of the tests known to have been carried out by Chinese scientists," writes Patrick Knox for The Sun.
"'Franken-virus' experiments were for a time banned in the U.S. because of fears of enhanced virus leaking from labs – which may cause devastating pandemics like the world is experiencing right now."
According to German scientist Dr. Roland Wiesendanger from the University of Hamburg, it is both "inexcusable" and "irresponsible" for the United States and other countries throughout the West to outsource their high-risk experiments to communist China.
Germany and other European countries are included in this condemnation as well since they continually outsource what Dr. Wiesendanger describes as "risky biotechnological research" to China.
"In some cases, this is even done because ethical rules which exist in most parts of Europe would prohibit some classes of biotechnological research to be conducted in the home countries," he says.
By the year 2025, China is hoping to become the world's biotechnology superpower. In order to accomplish this goal, the communist country is planning to build up to seven more laboratories similar to WIV that will handle even more controversial projects.
An official from the U.S. embassy in Beijing told The Washington Post that one area of controversial research that China currently dominates has to do with studying the effects of SARS-CoV-2, also known as the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19), in chimera mice that have been artificially implanted with human-like lung characteristics.
Using gene-editing technology, communist China is tampering with these creatures to presumably further modify the China virus, making it more infectious in humans than it already supposedly is.
This official told the Post that there is an "entire galaxy of activity, including labs and military labs in Beijing and Wuhan playing around with coronaviruses in ACE2 mice in unsafe labs."
Communist China has long been known to tinker with viruses to try to make them more infectious. The Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) appears to have originated in bats, and would have been exclusive to them had China not modified it to allow for transmission to humans.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH), where Anthony Fauci works, is also involved in this "gain of function" experimentation, which was originally banned in the U.S. back in 2014. It was reintroduced by the NIH in 2017.
"Current biotechnological methods, as used in gain-of-function-experiments, could potentially be used to combine properties of viruses with a very high human-to-human transmission rate and a very high death rate," says Dr. Wiesendanger about how the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) could be further modified to produce a death rate in humans of up to 80 percent.
"We urgently need international regulations and surveys for these types of experiments," he warns.
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