"There are FIVE variants of coronavirus. Only ONE showed up in China..." and...

Razer g2s at riseup.net
Thu Mar 5 16:38:00 PST 2020

Wait for it...

"There are FIVE variants of coronavirus. Only ONE showed up in China..."
and the deadliest variety seems to have landed in... wait for it... Iran.

Pepe Escobar:
"I had already referenced the crucial Global Times report - but this
brings it to a whole new level, incorporating Chinese, Japanese and
Taiwanese scientific analysis.

The killer paragraphs are these:

"The geographical location with the greatest diversity of virus strains
must be the original source because a single strain cannot emerge from
nothing. He demonstrated that only the US has all the five known strains
of the virus (while Wuhan and most of China have only one, as do Taiwan
and South Korea, Thailand and Vietnam, Singapore, and England, Belgium
and Germany), constituting a thesis that the haplotypes in other nations
may have originated in the US.

Korea and Taiwan have a different haplotype of the virus than China,
perhaps more infective but much less deadly, which would account for a
death rate only 1/3 that of China.

Neither Iran nor Italy were included in the above tests, but both
countries have now deciphered the locally prevalent genome and have
declared them of different varieties from those in China, which means
they did not originate in China but were of necessity introduced from
another source. It is worth noting that the variety in Italy has
approximately the same fatality rate as that of China, three times as
great as other nations, while the haplotype in Iran appears to be the
deadliest with a fatality rate of between 10% and 25%. (7) (8) (9)"

So to recap: there are FIVE variants of coronavirus. Only ONE showed up
in China - as well as in South Korea and Taiwan. Less deadly variant in
S. Korea than in China. Variants in Italy and Iran DID NOT originate in
China. Deadliest variant is in Iran.

If all that is confirmed beyond a shadow of a doubt, imagine the



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