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The COVID-19 bioweapon conspiracy concerns COVID-19 (SARS-Cov-2), a SARS-associated coronavirus-strain that was synthesized as a military low-grade bioweapon in a laboratory. SARS-Cov-2 is a SARS virus, which according to WHO was first identified in 2003, during the 2002—2004 China outbreak.[1]


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Evidence for COVID-19 being a bioweapon is as follows:

(1) COVID-19 is a SARS syndrome 2nd generation coronavirus, the first of which was identified in late February 2003,[1] just before the US led invasion of Iraq in March.[2]
(2) The CDC acknowledging COVID-19 as "novel",[3] meaning that it supersedes the SARS syndrome coronavirus 1 outbreak, first identified in 2003 during the China outbreak of 2002 to 2004, according to WHO.[1]
(3) Initial COVID infection doesn't guarantee immunity, resulting in higher reinfection rates,[4] unlike cold and flu viruses
(4) Over a third of the population cannot produce natural antibodies against COVID-19, even after being infected with SARS according to a study from the University of Pennsylvania.[5]
(5) The approved "vaccines" by the CDC are not really vaccines by traditional definition,[6][7] but are experimental gene-based[8] delivery systems that either use mRNA or target DNA.[9] The CDC denies that the vaccines interact with DNA on the technicality of explaining how mRNA vaccines work.[10] However, Johnson & Johnson's Janssen vaccine, not an mRNA vaccine, targets DNA molecules;[9] Study finds affluent, white neighborhoods have higher vaccine rates.
(6) The extreme rate of mutations over the course of one year since the outbreak as a pandemic in February/March 2020. As of February 2021, there are over 4,000 variations of COVID-19 having spread around the world.[11]
(7) This virus, that first appeared as SARS in the 21st Century,[12] cannot be eliminated or eradicated according to WHO. Dr. Michael Ryan, executive director of WHO said in a 2021 press briefing that COVID-19 is likely "here to stay".[13]
(8) World Economic Forum, Global Agenda reports that "Experts are predicting that COVID-19 will be responsible for the loss of 9-18 million people worldwide."[14] and
(9) Intelligence community denials on COVID-19 origins, well over a year after the outbreak.[15]
(10) There is no transparency for requests to confirm Covid variant information on diagnosis. A patient is not allowed to get official documented confirmation for being diagnosed with Delta, Mu, Lambda, or any other variant. In the United States, U.S. Federal rules block test labs from remitting the official results to patients, and even doctors.[16]

Novel coronavirus[]

According to WHO, SARS syndrome coronavirus 1 was first identified in 2003, when the China outbreak occurred between 2002 and 2004, spreading to at least 4 other countries.[1]

The CDC identifies COVID-19 as SARS syndrome coronavirus 2, which they consider a "novel coronavirus".[3] Although Big media try to identify Coronavirus occurring naturally in pre-human history, SARS syndrome coronavirus is not natural, but is a retrovirus[17] (meaning that it uses RNA as its genetic material[18]) that has been in U.S. Research & Development (R&T) since at least 1957.[19]

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By the late 1960s, the US military had developed a biological arsenal that included numerous biological pathogens, toxins, and fungal plant pathogens that could be directed against crops to induce crop failure and famine.[20]


People are susceptible to getting COVID-19 again, even though they may have already had it.[4] This phenomenon does not typically happen in inferior viruses, such as cold or flu.

According to Slash Gear, people are mistaken to contract COVID-19 in hopes of developing a natural immunity to the disease. It is believed that any resulting natural protection is far less robust than hoped. In a Northwestern University study, catching SARS-CoV-2 virus doesn't automatically guarantee the patient a high level of protective antibodies.[21]

Researchers are saying that developing and recovering from COVID-19 doesn't guarantee that you'll be immune from a second infection.[21]

The inability to develop a natural immunity against a viral disease is a hallmark of bioweapons.

RNA/DNA manipulation[]

The approved COVID-19 "vaccines" or "new vaccines" endorsed by the CDC, are not vaccines by traditional definition. All three of the COVID-19 vaccines available in the U.S. focus on what is called the spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines all work similarly by giving the body’s cells the instructions to make the spike protein. The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines carry these instructions on a molecule called mRNA. This single-stranded molecule looks like a long piece of tape with the instructions to make a protein coded on one side.[9]

The Johnson & Johnson vaccine, on the other hand, passes the instructions to cells through DNA molecules. It uses a virus called an adenovirus, which cannot make copies of itself, to carry the spike proteins’ DNA into human cells. This DNA gets copied into mRNA, which then translates the instructions into spike proteins.[9]

In theory, the copied spike proteins can then trigger the body’s immune system to amp up its defense.[9]

Intelligence denials[]

The New York Times has reported that government agencies are still debating about the origins of the pandemic, even more than a year since its outbreak as a pandemic.[15]

Avril Haines, director of Untied States national intelligence, previously warned American intelligence agencies that they might not be able to find the “smoking gun” on the origins of the pandemic, reports Forbes Magazine.[22]

Not admitting that SARS syndrome Coronavirus 1 or 2 are weaponised biological agents, the 2021 U.S. intelligence report says COVID-19 is not a bioweapon.

Bioweapon history[]

A bioweapon does not generally have to be laboratory grown. During the Revolutionary War, the British used the knowledge of contagion and inoculation to weaponize smallpox numerous times, especially against people of color.[23]

In 1763, at Fort Pitt, in the heavily contested Ohio country (present-day Pennsylvania), the British gave out blankets contaminated with the smallpox virus to the Native Americans. Many historians still mark this as the first credible case of biological warfare in world history, although there were rumors of earlier events.[23]

On June 15, 1776, The Virginia Gazette reported a scheme of weaponizing smallbox by inoculating black residents with the explicate intent to spread infection:[23]

"We learn from Gloucester that Lord Dunmore has erected hospitals upon Gwyn's island [sic] and that they are inoculating [black residents] for the smallpox. His lordship, before the departure of the fleet from Norfolk harbour, had two of those wretches inoculated and sent ashore, in order to spread the infection, but was happily prevented."[23]

During the Battle of Yorktown, British General Charles Cornwallis sent ailing black soldiers out "in the most deplorable condition, perishing with famine and disease" toward enemy lines to spread the infection to the American army, leaving the Americans the choice to either receive them and be infected or likewise cast them away to die in the field alone.[23]


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  2. Wikipedia, 2003 invasion of Iraq
  3. 3.0 3.1 CDC, COVID-19 (2019 Novel Coronavirus) Research Guide
  4. 4.0 4.1 US News, Prior COVID Infection Doesn't Guarantee Good Immunity: Study, Aug. 31, 2021
  5. The Independent, Over a third of Americans who had Covid don’t have antibodies, study says
  6. Health Thoroughfare, CDC Modifies Definition of 'Vaccine' - Should we be skeptical?
  7. Why did CDC change its definition for ‘vaccine’? Agency explains move as skeptics lurk
  8. The Ophthalmology Times, Study finds lasting immunity and protection from COVID-19 by single-shot, room-temperature, stable vaccine, 9 Sept 2021
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 The Conversation, What happens when the COVID-19 vaccines enter the body – a road map for kids and grown-ups, August 30, 2021
  10. CDC, Myths and Facts about COVID-19 Vaccines
  11. YP, Reuters: Coronavirus: There are 4,000 variants of the virus that causes Covid-19, 4 Feb, 2021
  12. National Institutes of Health, SARS, the First Pandemic of the 21st Century
  13. CNBC, WHO says Covid will mutate like the flu and is likely here to stay, 7 Sept 2021
  14. World Economic Forum, A universal COVID-19 vaccine could be closer than you think
  15. 15.0 15.1 New York Times, Intelligence Review Yields No Firm Conclusion on Origins of Virus
  16. Web MD, Want to See What COVID Strain You Have? The Government Says No
  17. National Institutes of Health, Genomic Study of COVID-19 Corona Virus Excludes Its Origin from Recombination or Characterized Biological Sources and Suggests a Role for HERVS in Its Wide Range Symptoms
  18. National Human Genome Research Institute, Retrovirus
  19. National Center for Biotechnology, A Brief Chronicle of Retrovirology
  20. National Center for Biotechnology, Biological warfare and bioterrorism: a historical review
  21. 21.0 21.1 Slash Gear, COVID-19 vaccine study has bad news for people who skip second dose, Aug 30, 2021
  22. Forbes, Biden Reportedly Receives Inconclusive Report About Covid Origins From Intelligence Agencies, Aug 25, 2021
  23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 23.3 23.4 History Daily, Smallpox: The First Bioweapon, June 25, 2021