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US bio-scientists were caught collecting Chinese DNA

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    The following are excerpts from Metallicman's article headlined "Was the 2020 Wuhan Coronavirus (COVID-19) an engineered biological attack on China by America for geopolitical advantage?"

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    American bio-scientists caught by the police inside of China doing illegal acts (in the past).

    We might in other circumstances pass this off as an unfortunate coincidence but for some major circumstantial events that serve to alter our focus.

    One of these is the history of American universities and NGOs having come into China in recent years to conduct biological experiments that were so illegal as to leave the Chinese authorities enraged.

    This was particularly true when it became known that Harvard University had surreptitiously proceeded with experiments in China. Experiments that had been forbidden by the authorities years earlier. And where they collected many hundreds of thousands of Chinese DNA samples and then left the country.

    The Chinese were furious to learn that Americans were collecting Chinese DNA.

    The government intervened and prohibited the further export of any of the data. The conclusion at the time was that the ‘research’ had been commissioned by the US military with the DNA samples destined for race-specific bio-weapons research.

    So the American military was collecting Chinese DNA to develop bio-weapons. (End excerpts)

    Source: https://metallicman.com/laoban4site...n-china-by-america-for-geopolitical-advantage
     
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