Recently FOIA’ed e-mails from February 2020 revealed that Anthony Fauci, Francis Collins, Peter Daszak, Jeremy Farrar and others involved in “Gain of Function” research at the Wuhan Lab conspired to quash any investigation into the true origins of the Covid-19 outbreak and their culpability.
Dr. Roland Wiesendanger of the University of Hamburg was one of the first scientists to publish on the possible lab leak in February 2021, and was defamed by mainstream media as a “conspiracy theorist.” Speaking to author Stefan Frank, he now demands a criminal investigation on suspicion of manslaughter in millions of cases.
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Professor Wiesendanger, e-mails have come to light this month that cast a very bad light on Dr. Anthony Fauci, the White House’s chief immunologist. What are these e-mails and why have their contents only now become public?
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The e-mails have come to the attention of a broader public through the publication of a letter from Republican members of the US Congress. It concerns the e-mail correspondence of Anthony Fauci with some very respected virologists in the period from Feb. 1 to Feb. 4, 2020, in connection with a conference call on Feb. 1, 2020. This e-mail correspondence has been available for several weeks due to a lawsuit under the Freedom of Information Act in the U.S., but was previously known only to insiders. As a result of Republican members of Congress making these e-mails public, their contents are now available to the media and all interested parties worldwide.
Why are these e-mails such a bombshell?
The explosive thing is that they make it very clear that we are dealing with a massive cover-up of the origin of the Covid pandemic. As early as January 2020 – before the first cases of Covid occurred in the USA or Europe – several leading virologists informed Anthony Fauci that the gene sequence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which was known worldwide since January 11, 2020, has a special feature, namely a so-called Furin cleavage site, which does not naturally occur in the type of corona viruses to which SARS-CoV-2 belongs.
This Furin cleavage site ensures that SARS-CoV-2 viruses can penetrate human cells particularly easily, so human-to-human transmission can occur very easily, in a way previously unknown for coronaviruses.
So this was something completely new and gave several virologists reason to conclude that SARS-CoV-2 was very likely of non-natural origin – in other words, that SARS-CoV-2 might actually have come from a laboratory in Wuhan.
When we last spoke, you pointed out that the proximity of the outbreak site to the world’s largest institute for corona virus research in Wuhan suggested this conclusion.
That’s right. In February 2020, two Chinese scientists first made this assumption public on “ResearchGate” website. Now we know that several famous virologists involved in a conference call Feb. 1, 2020, and in an e-mail exchange, actually had the same suspicion and issued a warning to Fauci as early as January 2020.
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From the e-mail correspondence, it appears that there was collusion, coordinated by Anthony Fauci, Francis Collins – then the head of the National Institutes of Health in the U.S., who actually resigned late last year – and Jeremy Farrar of the Wellcome Trust. The major consequence of this collusion was that within a few days, those who were involved in this conference call abandoned their original assumption and performed a 180 degree about-face.
What did these virologists do then?
Just two or three days after that conference call, they set out to do three things:
First, under the leadership of Peter Daszak, they organized that famous open letter in “The Lancet,” signed by 27 leading virologists, denouncing the laboratory theory as a “conspiracy theory.” This was done at a time when no one could rule out a laboratory origin in any way.
Second, they sent a corresponding letter to the US National Academy of Sciences.
Thirdly, under the authorship of Dr. Kristian Andersen, they submitted a publication to the journal “Nature Medicine” which strongly contributed to misleading the public and especially the media. The abstract of this publication states very strongly that a non-natural origin is out of the question, even though this question was actually left unresolved at the end of the article. Most readers probably did not read that far, however. As a matter of fact, the article makes no strong arguments either way.