By Lawrence Sellin and Anna Chen
It was all part of the People’s Liberation Army’s (PLA) biowarfare plan against the United States.
The design of COVID-19 was based on a number of bioweapon features, in particular, highly contagious, low lethality, and a high rate of asymptomatic transmission.
Another important feature of a PLA bioweapon, not mentioned on that list, is disguising its origin.
That is, the capability of avoiding responsibility for a biowarfare attack by designing a virus that could be blamed on a natural outbreak.
Changjun Wang, a high ranking officer in the PLA’s Eastern Theater Command headquartered in Nanjing, was responsible for the isolation of the bat coronaviruses ZC45 and ZXC21, claimed by Chinese whistleblower Dr. Li-meng Yan to be the backbones for the creation of COVID-19.
When Major General Chen Wei, presumed head of China’s biowarfare program, took control of the “clean up” operation in Wuhan after local authorities lost control of the