originally posted by: Claymation213
How many of you believe the white house is only horsing around through the media, and is going to launch a full scale nuclear attack on China sooner
than later, for unleashing this coronavirus globally via China in order to obviously attack the U.S, because the U.S. reigns supreme over the whole
Remember, the U.S. military is positioned globally. And it would take a global pandemic to try to cripple it. Do you think the U.S. will actually wait
until most of the military is infected before striking back at China? China obviously plans to strike full scale against the U.S. once the U.S. is
most crippled by the plague they unleashed.
We'll see how this plays out though.
Er, um, ever heard of collaboration?
In 2015, there is no doubt that a very controversial experiment took place, it was a international one,
The actors are below,
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So, what were they doing? research as to how they could neutralise a virus? or create a weapon of war...these are very dark areas to get into, but
it's all there to enable browsing.
The experiment was international including China and the US, and was criticised for what was being done by other scientists, or at least one.
Even if that experiment has nothing to do with what is now happening...(though a very important virology centre) is across the road and down a bit
from the animal food market where the virus is purported to have broken out naturally,
yuh still have a ways to go to make your nuclear option anyway near lucid. There's no cake and eat it scenario, just bad actors.
edit on 24-3-2020 by smurfy because: Text.