China is frequently viewed skeptically by the global community, mainly due to its infamous secrecy surrounding actions from government to health and welfare to research and warfare.

Warfare?

In reports from the Daily Mail (U.K.) and other outlets, Chinese scientists have been pulling together resources in preparation for a massive world war – with biological and genetic research at the forefront.

The weapons, including coronavirus, have been in development for the past six years, according to a document obtained by U.S. investigators.

It’s unclear what the end game, if any, could be – mainly because the research could also be seeking ways to protect Chinese military against such attacks.

Some highlights among the reports:

  • The research will provide “the core weapon for victory” in such a conflict, even outlining the perfect conditions to release a bioweapon.
  • Beijing considered the military potential of SARS coronaviruses from as early as 2015 has also raised fresh fears over the cause of Covid-19, with some officials still believing the virus could have escaped from a Chinese lab.
  • The dossier by People’s Liberation Army scientists and health officials, details of which were reported in The Australian, examined the manipulation of diseases to make weapons “in a way never seen before.”
  • The authors of the document believe China would rely entirely on biological weapons.

Various reports have claimed that the virus is just one of the many bioweapons in possession of China which got leaked from the Wuhan laboratory.

Senior government officials believe that China’s moves “raise major concerns” over the intentions of those close to Chinese President Xi Jinping. 

The lack of regulation in Chinese laboratories further clouds the situation, but others believe it’s impossible to determine intent because even the scientists wouldn’t know whether the “weapons” would be used offensively or defensively.”

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