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Del Bigtree produces the Highwire show every week, primarily acting as journalist watchdog for the American Medical Regulatory Authorities and pharmaceutical industries.

It's his birthday - but don't be put off by the inevitable plaudits - there is a lot of meat in this week's sandwich:

Dr Robert Redfield, former director of the CDC:

  • "I am of the point of view that I still think the most likely (origin) of this pathogen in Wuhan was from a laboratory ... escaped ... I do not believe that this somehow came from a bat to a human ... and became one of the most infectious viruses that we know in humanity ... I just don't think this makes biological sense"  (link)

"What in the hell is the United States of America doing funding bio-weapon research in China?"

"Why is that research being done"

"When there is a lab release, why are we not asking ourselves - Is this really accidental"?

New York Post:

  • "WHO's COVID 'investigation' was dishonest Chinese propaganda" (link)
  • "No one demonstrates the problem more obviously than America’s only representative on the WHO team in Wuhan, British-born Dr. Peter Daszak, who runs the New York-based non-profit EcoHealth Alliance"

More at Independent Science News.

" ... the center of world civilization is shifting. It shifted from the East to Western Europe and later to the United States; now it is shifting back to the East. Therefore, if we refer to the 19th century as the British century, and the 20th century as the American century, then the 21st century will be the Chinese century" (link)

Fox guarding the hen-house? You decide.

"If you have to kick in our doors to come and take us away because we are not quarantining ourselves ... your game is ended"



Watch at thehighwire.com

And finally - this speech by a Chinese General in 2005 - mentioned by Del.

More at the JR Nyquist Blog.

NB: I don't know who JR Nyquist is and I can't vouch for his blog, but he certainly makes for interesting reading.