Shi Zhengli, the “Bat Lady” behind the gain-of-function bioweapons research programs at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, has her own personal propagandist to protect her from scrutiny and investigation. Her personal propagandist, Jane Qju, has already infiltrated American institutions to promote Wuhan's narrative and coverup their unethical research and crimes against humanity.
In 2020, Qju wrote a notorious piece in Scientific American titled, “How China’s ‘Bat Woman” Hunted Down Viruses from SARS to the New Coronavirus.” The article christens the Bat Lady’s work and makes it look ethical and lifesaving. Qju’s latest cover-up piece was published in MIT Technology Review. It is titled, “Meet the Scientist at the Center of the Covid Lab Leak Controversy.” The propaganda piece repeatedly defends Shi Zhengli and tries to make her look like a trustworthy authority on coronavirus gain-of-function research, as if it is good for the world.
The latest propaganda piece in MIT Technology Review introduces Qju as an exclusive messenger for the Wuhan Institute of Virology to promote the necessity of the Bat Lady’s work manipulating coronaviruses. According to the article, Shi granted Qju “unparalleled” access to her research on coronaviruses because of her “strong science background.” The article affirms that this strong science background allows Qju to “grasp the nuances and complexity” of Shi’s work (work which enhances the infectivity and lethality of coronaviruses).
The article paints Qju as the perfect mediator so that the public can better accept coronavirus gain-of-function research and preemptive vaccine and diagnostics development. In fact, Qju admitted that her purpose is not to investigate anything at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Qju said that she wants “Shi and her team [to] tell their side of the story on the record, and in the most detail to date.” The article does not disclose any new information. Instead, the propaganda piece tries to normalize bioweapons research as if it is ethical, while covering up the very real potential for a lab leak or the intentional release of a pathogen of pandemic potential.
The latest update from Qju involves the mystery of the Mojiang Cave, an abandoned copper mine in the Yunnan province of China. According to Qju, workers were tasked with cleaning up bat droppings in the mine back in the spring of 2012. Six of the workers contracted pneumonia from the mine. When their blood samples were tested in the Bat Lady’s lab, a team of Wuhan virologists took sudden interest in collecting bat samples from the mine.
This is when the Bat Lady discovered RaTG13 - the closest known relative to today’s genetic sequence for SARS-CoV-2. This RaTG13 strain could have been the starting point for gain-of-function manipulations. This strain could be used to create the highly-profitable SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus spike protein that is causing further illness and death through either accidental release or though intentional release via aerosolized bioweapons and/or vaccination vectors.
The covid-19 vaccines use a further modified version of that spike protein, and upon injection, it is mass replicated in human cells, proliferating the blood and the organs and causing damage to immune systems, neurology and cardiovascular systems. Because the SARS-CoV-2 does not have a natural animal reservoir, the lab leak theory is of serious concern, especially since modifications of the coronavirus spike protein were ready for deployment through mRNA vaccine technology before a worldwide pandemic was even declared.
The Bat Lady initially lied about the mine workers. She said they had a fungal infection in 2012 and never tested positive for SARS antibodies. A 2016 science paper admitted that the Wuhan Institute of Virology did detect SARS antibodies in the miners’ blood. China’s CDC tried to cover this evidence up by suggesting that the miners all had immunity to some other SARS infection not related to the cave where they fell ill. Shi and the rest of the virologists at the Wuhan Institute could not explain what sickened the Moijiang miners, but went headlong into collecting bat samples from the cave.
According to Qju’s article, the Bat Lady never detected antibodies in the miners and said the early results were "false positives." Peculiarly, the Bat Lady went on to investigate the mine for three years, while collecting 1,322 bat samples, 1,100 miles from the Wuhan lab. According to the article, Shi remembers wondering, “What viruses were lurking in the cave?” To this day, Shi cannot explain why she took such a passionate interest in collecting the bat samples, especially if Shi thought the miners had not contracted a coronavirus from the cave in the first place.
Afterward, in the years preceding the covid-19 scandal, the Wuhan Institute of Virology would go on to carry out gain-of-function bioweapons research on coronaviruses through Peter Daszak at EcoHealth Alliance and Dr. Anthony Fauci from the National Institutes of Health. It’s LONG PAST TIME to stop cooperating with these people, to rebuke their propaganda and lies, to hold them accountable, and restore medical ethics in virology and biologics development.