British intelligence agencies that once dismissed the Wuhan lab leak theory are now calling the idea “feasible”
The National Review wrote, “The lab-leak theory gained renewed attention, after initially being dismissed by much of the mainstream press, due to reports that three researchers at the WIV fell ill and were hospitalized with symptoms associated with the virus in November 2019. While China has claimed that the first confirmed case of COVID was recorded on December 8, 2019, in Wuhan and has dismissed the lab leak hypothesis, the World Health Organization (WHO) director has admitted the agency did not thoroughly investigate it.”
British intelligence agencies are now probing to find out whether or not the virus truly emerged from animals including bats, or if it escaped from a Chinese laboratory.
For over a year, the idea of the virus being manufactured by man was widely seen as untrue, or only a “remote possibility” by western intelligence. Now the United States, and Britain are investigating the situation.
The idea that the virus hopped from animals to humans is almost baseless. For a long time, the lab leak theory was as well. Some scientists claim that they have had prima facie evidence that the virus was man made for over a year.
British Professor Angus Dalgleish and Norwegian scientist Dr. Birger Sørensen are the authors of an explosive new study that claims Chinese scientists not only manufactured COVID 19, but then attempted to cover their tracks by by reverse engineering the virus to make it appear that it evolved from bats naturally over a period of time. The two Scientists concluded that COVID-19 has “no credible natural ancestor”.
The scientists also claim to have proof of “retro engineering” and ‘unique fingerprints’ in COVID-19 that they could only have arisen from manipulation in a lab. Their work was ignored by academics and media personal, until now.
UK intelligence organizations also believe that China is intentionally impeding investigations, and withholding evidence to stall ten persist of truth.
“There might be pockets of evidence that take us one way, and evidence that takes us another way. The Chinese will lie either way. I don’t think we will ever know,” an intelligence source can be quoted saying in the Sunday Times of London.