British COVID Release Timeline and China’s Criminal Response
By American Intelligence Media, Anonymous Patriots
The Axios timeline below conveniently fails to mention the place and time that the first release of the COVID-19 virus happened when British bioweapon experts infected (via water) many of the participants at the Wuhan Military World Games in October of 2019. The participants of the games returned to their homes throughout China, and all over the world, spreading the “planned” pandemic. This was the first release of the virus, but there were at least two others. We know this because after the first release, there were numerous cases of COVID-19 that appeared in countries outside of China.
The second release of the British Pirbright Laboratory created COVID-19 virus was at the Wuhan (40,000 person) “potluck” banquet on January 18, 2020 (via food). We know this because there were hundreds who went to the hospital within days of the event, and scores died. There were also 57 buildings in Wuhan labeled “fever” immediately afterwards and the residents were quarantined. China quickly found out that they had been attacked with a bioweapon much like the viruses its P-4 biotechnical laboratory at the Wuhan Institute of Virology was creating.
The third release was in Wuhan during the celebration of the Chinese Lunar New Year from January 24-30 (via aerosol). Millions of people traveled outside of Wuhan to visit relatives during the celebrations.
Each release was an “experiment” and an “attack” on the Chinese economy, which subsequently effected the entire world because of the criminal fashion that China lied about the virus from the beginning. China is now using the virus as an excuse to kill millions of Muslims in its western provinces, as well as, to test its new Dragonfly totalitarian virtual control system and its new Social Credit System which is a digital “iron grip” on every Chinese citizen. The Chinese did not release the virus, but they helped make it much worse and have taken full advantage of the crisis.
October 16–27: The 2019 Military World Games, was held in Wuhan, Hubei, China. This was the first time it was held in China. With nearly 10,000 athletes from over 100 countries competing in 27 sports. China sent a record number of participants (553) for the games. There were over 230,000 volunteers from around the world participating.
Chinese state media has claimed that the CIA released the COVID-19 virus at the games via American athletes who were bio-warfare operatives — pointing out that their residence was close to the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market where the first known cluster of cases “supposedly” occurred. A large number of athletes, from different delegations, fell ill with unusual symptoms during the games which some attribute to COVID-19.
The other two “release” events listed in the timeline below: The Annual Wuhan Potluck Banquet on January 18 (40,000 people), and the Chinese Lunar New Year holiday celebration dinners, where hundreds of millions of people are in transit around China and the world as they visit relatives from January 24–30.
These three events created many cases of infection that resembled CIVID-19 through the food and water that was served at these events. It is highly illogical that China released this virus on its own people. This was a bioweapon carefully delivered through water, food, and aerosol means to test the efficacy of each type of release-medium. China was taken “off guard” and lied to cover up their ignorance of the time, place, and nature of the virus because they were studying it as they went along and did not know its true origin – and still don’t. Many Chinese scientists have “come up missing” as they “honestly” tried to respond to this man-made virus. Chinese bioweapon labs were surprised when they sequenced the genome because they had only seen a virus like this one through the Wuhan Institute of Virology that had created synthetic bat viruses laced with many other pathogens.
Below is the “official” set of events that appear to make China culpable for the pandemic spread.
Axios Timeline of COVID-19
Dec. 10: Wei Guixian, one of the earliest known coronavirus patients, starts feeling ill.
Dec. 16: Patient admitted to Wuhan Central Hospital with infection in both lungs but resistant to anti-flu drugs. Staff later learned he worked at a wildlife market connected to the outbreak.
Dec. 27: Wuhan health officials are told that a new coronavirus is causing the illness.
Dec. 30: Ai Fen, a top director at Wuhan Central Hospital, posts information on WeChat about the new virus. She was reprimanded for doing so and told not to spread information about it.
Wuhan doctor Li Wenliang also shares information on WeChat about the new SARS-like virus. He is called in for questioning shortly afterward. Wuhan health commission notifies hospitals of a “pneumonia of unclear cause” and orders them to report any related information.
Dec. 31: Wuhan health officials confirm 27 cases of illness and close a market they think is related to the virus’ spread. China tells the World Health Organization’s China office about the cases of an unknown illness.
Jan. 1: Wuhan Public Security Bureau brings in for questioning eight doctors who had posted information about the illness on WeChat. An official at the Hubei Provincial Health Commission orders labs, which had already determined that the novel virus was similar to SARS, to stop testing samples and to destroy existing samples.
Jan. 2: Chinese researchers map the new coronavirus’ complete genetic information. This information is not made public until Jan. 9.
Jan. 7: Xi Jinping becomes involved in the response.
Jan. 9: China announces it has mapped the coronavirus genome.
Jan. 11–17: Important prescheduled CCP meeting held in Wuhan. During that time, the Wuhan Health Commission insists there are no new cases.
Jan. 13: First coronavirus case reported in Thailand, the first known case outside China.
Jan. 14: The W.H.O. announces Chinese authorities have seen “no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission of the novel coronavirus.”
Jan. 15: The patient who becomes the first confirmed U.S. case leaves Wuhan and arrives in the U.S., carrying the coronavirus.
Jan. 18: Annual Wuhan Lunar New Year banquet. Forty thousand people gathered for the largest potluck of its kind ever.
Jan. 19: Beijing sends epidemiologists to Wuhan.
Jan. 20: The first case announced in South Korea. Zhong Nanshan, a top Chinese doctor who is helping to coordinate the coronavirus response, announces the virus can be passed between people.
Jan. 21: The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirms the first coronavirus case in the United States.
Jan. 23: Wuhan and three other cities are put on lockdown but not before five million people leave the city without being screened for the illness.
Jan. 24–30: China celebrates the Lunar New Year holiday. Hundreds of millions of people are in transit around the country as they visit relatives.
Jan. 24: China extends the lockdown to cover 36 million people and starts to rapidly build a new hospital in Wuhan. From this point, very strict measures continue to be implemented around the country for the rest of the epidemic.
You can find the Axios article and timeline at:
Wuhan Lunar New Year Banquet 2019