Sri Lanka is an island country strategically located on the oil route in the Indian Ocean. Its importance to the Chinese Communist Party lies far beyond location and ports as we learn more about the CCP virus. When the Hong Kong-based researcher Li-Meng Yan risked her life to reveal the truth about the CCP virus, it turned out that both her supervisor Malik Peiris and her husband are leading coronavirus researchers from Sri Lanka. The trio has the know-how of weaponizing a new virus in six months, according to Dr. Li-Meng Yan.
Without attending his own farewell party, Malik Peiris retired immediately and returned to Sri Lanka one week after Dr. Li-Meng Yan fled Hong Kong, despite just getting a large sum of a research grant from the Hong Kong government.
In early May, Chinese dissident Miles Guo drew the public attention to a P3 lab in Hong Kong, which is a leading virology lab in the world for coronavirus research. Collaborating with some Chinese researchers, the top three scientists in Hong Kong’s P3 lab are all from Sri Lanka. They are communist extremists affiliated with Communist International with the goal of killing Americans and white people.
Dr. Yan disclosed that Malik Peiris had a cabinet full of dangerous viruses in a secret place, as he was ordered by the CCP to conduct secret researches on weaponizing these viruses.
Because of the close relationship between Malik Peiris and Dr. Yan’s husband, Dr. Yan and her husband were allowed to use Malik’s home computer. It was said that Dr. Yan has downloaded information from Malik’s computer and brought them to the US as evidence of the CCP’s biochemical weapon program.
During the 2002-2004 SARS outbreak, Malik Peiris gained world fame for coronavirus research after his laboratory became the first to isolate the virus, a novel coronavirus, now known as SARS-CoV. But according to Dr. Yan, the truth is that he helped the CCP to mask the origin of the virus, which was also from a CCP lab.
Professor Malik Peiris was highly famed in his home country. He was awarded the Sri Lankan Of The Year in 2016
Malik Peiris was awarded Tam Wah-Ching Professorship in Medical Science
CCP exerts influence in Sri Lanka’s upcoming election
Sri Lanka is heading for parliamentary elections on August 5, 2020, which was initially scheduled to be held on April 25 after President Gotabaya Rajapaksa dissolved the Parliament six months before the end of its full term. The Chinese Communist Party is trying to influence the outcome of the election.
Sri Lanka just voted for a new Parliament
The question is not who will win the polls, but whether Mahinda Rajapaksa will be able to secure a 2/3rd majority.