According to an Associated Press report on June 4, Fox News anchor Carlson noted that U.S. intelligence sources revealed that the “highest-ranking Chinese (Communist Party of China) defector in history” has been working with the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) for three months, revealing to the U.S. the Chinese Communist Party’s “biological weapons program ” and other information.
This information has been cross-confirmed by multiple sources and should be credible.
What is the rank of this “highest-ranking” CCP defector in history? The highest-ranking Chinese Communist Party official to flee the United States was Xu Jiatun, a member of the CAC and the Hong Kong bureau chief of Xinhua News Agency, who fled to the United States after the Tiananmen Square massacre in 1989. Xu is a full ministerial official. Is this latest fugitive from the U.S. even higher than Xu’s rank? I have no way to confirm this, so I have to keep my doubts for now.
According to reports in the U.S. mainstream media, the information brought by this “highest-ranking” CCP defector in history may be related to the source of the “CCP virus” (also known as COVID-19, the New Coronavirus).
Recently, there have been a series of significant changes around the source of the “Chinese Communist virus” at home and abroad, highlighted by seven.
First, the attitude of U.S. President Joe Biden has changed.
On May 26, Biden issued a statement ordering U.S. intelligence agencies to submit a report on the origin of the virus to him within 90 days.
This is the most important statement made by Biden on the origin of the “Chinese Communist virus” in the past four months since he became president of the United States, and it is also a sign of Biden’s significant change on this issue.
Previously, tracing the origin of the virus was not high on Biden’s agenda.
On May 25, CNN reported that the State Department’s Bureau of Arms Control, under then-Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, had conducted an investigation into the origin of the virus, but that the Biden administration decided to discontinue the investigation after being briefed in February and March on the team’s preliminary findings. David Asher, who was in charge of the investigation, said in an interview with Fox that the investigation did have a reason to continue, but he did not understand why the Biden administration did not continue the investigation.
Second, Secretary of State Blinken’s attitude has changed.
In a June 6 broadcast of the U.S. news program “Axios on HBO,” Blinken said the Biden administration is determined to “get to the bottom” of the origin of the COVID-19 virus and will hold the Chinese Communist Party The Biden administration is determined to “get to the bottom” of the origin of the COVID-19 virus and will hold the Chinese Communist Party responsible.
However, in a March 28 interview with CNN, Blinken said that the Biden administration is unlikely to punish China (the Chinese Communist Party) for its treatment of the New Guinea outbreak. People should focus on “setting up a stronger system to fight the epidemic for the future.
Third, the attitude of Fauci, the chief medical advisor to the President of the United States, has changed.
Fauci, an American immunologist, is currently the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, a member of the White House team on the Chinese Communist virus (commonly known as the novel coronavirus), and the president’s chief medical adviser.
On May 24, Fox News reported that Fauci, a top U.S. infectious disease and public health expert, said in an interview, “I’m not convinced that the virus came from nature, and I think we should continue to investigate what’s really going on in China.”
CNN says Fauci himself reversed his opinion from a year ago. A year ago, he argued that the virus was passed from animals to humans, not a lab leak.
More recently, the Washington Post, Buzzfeed and CNN obtained 3,234 pages of Fauci’s private emails (from January to June 2020) through the U.S. Freedom of Information Act.
The emails show that Fauci, U.S. viral immunologist Anderson, WHO expert Dasak, who worked closely with Wuhan Institute of Virus Research researcher Shi Zhengli, and the WHO and CCP CDC were found to have joined forces to cover up the real information and deliberately mislead the public on the source of the virus.
Fourth, members of the U.S. Congress have become more vocal in their pursuit of blame against the CCP.
On May 26, the U.S. Senate passed a bill requiring the Director of National Intelligence to declassify all information regarding the Wuhan Institute of Virus Research’s potential connection to the origin of the New Coronavirus within 90 days.
On May 28, 209 Republican members of the House of Representatives sent a letter to Speaker Pelosi asking Congress to investigate the origin of the virus and hold the Chinese Communist Party accountable for concealing the outbreak. If the virus is confirmed to be a laboratory leak, “the Chinese Communist Party will be responsible for the deaths of nearly 600,000 Americans and millions of people around the world.
Fifth, the international scientific community has become more vocal about the traceability of the virus.
On May 13, 18 of the world’s top scientists from the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Switzerland and other countries published an open letter in the journal Science calling for a new, independent investigation into all possible origins of the virus.
Currently, top global virus experts, such as Scott Gottlieb, head of the Food and Drug Administration in the Trump administration; Peter Hotez, dean of Baylor University’s School of Tropical Medicine; Ravindra Gupta, a clinical microbiologist at Cambridge University; Jesse Bloom, who studies virus evolution at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center David Relman, a professor of microbiology at Stanford University, and others, have all taken the position that they want a reinvestigation and believe that the possibility of a laboratory leak cannot be ruled out.
Sixth, the attitude of the U.S. mainstream media has also changed.
The May 23 Wall Street Journal cited a previously undisclosed report from a U.S. intelligence agency that said three researchers at the Wuhan Institute of Virus had been sickened and sought medical treatment in November 2019. The move comes more than a month before the Communist Party officially disclosed the spread of the new coronavirus.
The report contains details on the number of researchers affected, when they became ill, and details of their hospital visits, the report said. The report details may add to calls for a broader investigation into whether the virus leaked from the lab.
The news has sparked intense debate in the U.S. and international communities about the source of the “Chinese Communist virus. A number of mainstream media outlets in the United States have changed their tone, arguing that the laboratory virus leak theory has some credibility and should be further investigated.
On May 25, the Washington Post published an article stating that the claim that the New Crown virus was leaked from a Wuhan laboratory, previously dismissed as a ludicrous conspiracy theory, has gained new credibility in the past few months.
On May 26, social media giant Facebook also issued a statement saying it would no longer remove “New Coronavirus is man-made” content from its platform.
Why did this series of major changes happen?
I think it is likely to be related to the “highest-ranking” Chinese Communist defector in history. President Biden, Secretary of State Blinken, Chief Medical Advisor to the President Fauci, and the U.S. mainstream media have all suddenly changed their tune on the source of the virus, and the U.S. congressmen have been pursuing the issue, and the scientific community is increasingly calling for a traceability investigation. provided the United States with solid and heavy intelligence.
This is also evidenced by the Chinese Communist Party’s fierce response to the virus traceability investigation.
From May 31 to June 4, People’s Daily published a series of commentaries entitled “No Political Manipulation of the New Coronavirus Traceability” (May 31), “The Bad Practice of Disrupting Global Anti-Epidemic Cooperation” (May 31), “The Presumption of Guilt” (May 31), and “The New Coronavirus is a New Disease” (June 4). The “presumption of guilt” harbors the scourge of stigmatization” (June 1), “Respecting science to effectively trace the source” (June 2), “The farce of “CIA-ization” is harmful” (June 3), and “Bait-and-switch reporting damages its own credibility” (June 4).
Based on the many “heavyweight” commentaries published by Zhong Sheng, Zhong Sheng is probably the most important “imperial literary figure” in the CCP. The pseudonym “Zhong Sheng” may be the pseudonym of the most important “imperial writer” of the CCP, representing the voice of the highest level of the CCP, so it is harmonized as “Zhong Sheng”.
All these comments boil down to this: the WHO traceability investigation has been completed, and the WHO expert investigation report published on March 30 has made it clear that the laboratory leak is “highly unlikely”, which is a definite conclusion that cannot be questioned, and there is no need for further investigation. The Chinese Communist Party does not agree with, support, or participate in a new traceability investigation. Whoever advocates this is “harboring evil intentions” and “causing endless harm”.
However, the points made in the five commentaries above are not worth refuting.
On March 30, at the launch of the report of the WHO experts’ investigation into the traceability of the virus, WHO Director-General Tan Desai made it very clear: “The assumption of a laboratory leak cannot be ruled out either” because “we have not yet found the source of the virus”.
Why is the Chinese Communist Party sharply opposed to the traceability investigation? Why did the Chinese Communist Party issue five “heavyweight comments” full of nonsense? The only reasonable explanation is that the CCP wants to cover up, to deny, to deceive the Chinese people, and to block any possible scientific investigation into the traceability of the virus in China, Wuhan, and the Wuhan Institute of Virus Research.