Author: MOS Writing Group – Billwilliam

Recently, a group of scientists from the University of California San Diego published an article indicating that the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) virus most likely evolved in mid-Autumn 2019.

The scientists used phylogenetic dating tools and simulations to derive when the virus first appeared. After calculating the time to the most recent common ancestor (tMRCA) among different strains of SARS-CoV-2, they concluded the common ancestor of various virus strains could have spread as early as November 17, 2019. This calculation estimates when different virus strains diverge by the mutation rate of the genes.

Figure 1 of the Science article. tMRCA of 583 sampled SARS-CoV-2 genomes post-date Nov. 17, 2019, by 95% distribution.

The findings of this research clearly debunk theories by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) that the virus could have been transmitted from abroad to China before November 2019.

The article states, “our [the scientists] results suggest that PCR evidence of SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater outside of China before November 2019 is unlikely to be valid and the suggestion of international spread in mid-November or early-December 2019 should be viewed with skepticism, given that our results suggest fewer than 20 people infected with SARS-CoV-2 at this time [1].”

In addition, the researchers also ran multiple simulations and found that a similar epidemic would normally have become extinct in over two-thirds, or 70.3%, of the scenarios. Furthermore, the likelihood of a zoonotic pandemic is quite low, so a virus with these origins would have usually fizzled out after having infected just a few individuals. [1]

I believe that the SARS-CoV-2 has been able to establish persistent infection among the human population because it is a biologically-designed weapon. For instance, upon examination of the virus, it is found to have an unnatural Furin cleavage site on its spike protein that greatly enhances its affinity to human target receptors. [2]

The abnormally fast evolution rate of SARS-CoV-2 is also a sign of its unnatural origins. A PLA (People’s Liberation Army) biowarfare textbook titled “The Unnatural Origin of SARS-1 and the Man-made Human Virus as a Genetic Bioweapon” by Xu Dezhong gives the following definition on how to identify bioweapons on page 125 [3]: “the gold standard to recognizing contemporary gene weapons is the occurrence or transmission process of an emerging disease or the evolutionary process of the pathogen or pathogenic gene not fitting their respective natural course of progression! [3]”

According to Xu’s book, it is implied that SARS-1 is most likely a bioweapon because of its abnormally fast evolution—it would only be separated from its most recent common ancestor (another SARS-like coronavirus) by 4.08 years [3].

SARS-CoV-2 also evolving unnaturally fast, given that the most recent common ancestor of SARS-CoV-2 appeared just two months before the first major outbreak. The virus would have had to cross the species barrier and establish persistent infection among the human population within two months, which is nearly impossible. Another abnormality is that the direct ancestor or an animal host of SARS-COV-2 has never been found in nature, which is consistent with the rationalization of lab origins. Therefore, SARS-CoV-2 must be a bioweapon according to the PLA’s own standards.

Perhaps the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic did not fizzle out as the simulation predicted because it is a deliberately unleashed bioweapon.


  1. Timing the SARS-CoV-2 index case in Hubei province,” Pekar, J., and et al., Science, first release March 18, 2021.
  2. Unusual Features of the SARS-CoV-2 Genome Suggesting Sophisticated Laboratory Modification Rather Than Natural Evolution and Delineation of Its Probable Synthetic Route,” Yan, Li-meng, MD, Ph.D. and et al.,, September 14, 2020.
  3. The Unnatural Origin of SARS-1 and the Man-made Human Virus as a Genetic Bioweapon,” Xu, Dezhong and et al., Military Medical Sciences Press, People’s Republic of China. August 2015. ISBN: 978-7-5163-0587-4 (written in Chinese)

Editor: Alan W (MOS Editorial Department)
Reviewer: Irene

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