CDC Applied For Secret Coronavirus Patent In 2003

The American CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) applied for Coronavirus patent after the February 2003 outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in China, to control “100% of the cash flow that built the empire around the industrial complex of coronavirus.”

CDC Applied For Secret Coronavirus Patent In 2003
CDC Applied For Secret Coronavirus Patent In 2003

The information was revealed by Dr. David E. Martin, a national intelligence analyst, founder of IQ100 Index and developer of “Linguistic Genomics” with a Ph.D. from the University of Virginia.

Dr. David E. Martin claims that after the February 2003 outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in China, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention “saw the possibility of a goldstrike.”

“They saw that a virus they knew could be easily manipulated was something that was very valuable,” Martin said. “In 2003, they sought to patent it, and they made sure that they controlled the proprietary rights to the disease, to the virus, and to its detection, and all of the measurement of it.”

As a result of the patent, he claimed the CDC controlled “100% of the cash flow that built the empire around the industrial complex of coronavirus.” With the patent secured, the CDC “had the ability to control who was authorized and who was not authorized to make independent inquiries into coronavirus,” he added.

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“Ultimately receiving the patents that constrained anyone from using it, they had the means, they had the motive, and most of all, they had the monetary gain, from turning coronavirus from a pathogen to profit,” he said.

Martin draws on the patent to conclude that either the coronavirus is man-made or the patent on it is illegal because the Patent Act prohibits patents on “natural phenomena.”

“Nature is prohibited from being patented,” he said. “Either SARS-CoV was manufactured, therefore making a patent on it legal, or it was natural, therefore making a patent on it illegal.”

“In either outcome, both are illegal,” he added.

This claim was also corroborated by Chinese whistleblower virologist Dr Li-Meng Yan who fled Hong Kong to expose the secret investigation she and her team conducted on Coronavirus releasing the full report on the manmade origins of Coronavirus as opposed to a naturally occurring one.

Martin alleged that the National Institutes of Health believed there were legal and moral issues with its research on coronaviruses, which motivated scientists to transfer the research to China.

He based that assertion on a protocol change that placed a moratorium on funding for gain-of-function research on a number of viruses in the United States, including coronaviruses.

As reported by GreatGameIndia earlier, American tax-dollars were used to fund controversial gain-of-function research, which is the ability of a virus to jump from animals to humans. The project backed-up by Dr. Anthony Fauci diverted US funds to engineer Coronavirus at Wuhan lab via a company now under federal investigation.

The controversial project was run by EcoHealth Alliance, a non-profit research group, under the direction of President Peter Daszak, an expert on disease ecology.

The project proposal states:

“We will use S protein sequence data, infectious clone technology, in vitro and in vivo infection experiments and analysis of receptor binding to test the hypothesis that % divergence thresholds in S protein sequences predict spillover potential.”

In layman’s terms, “spillover potential” refers to the ability of a virus to jump from animals to humans, which requires that the virus be able to receptors in the cells of humans. SARS-CoV-2, for instance, is adept at binding to the ACE2 receptor in human lungs and other organs.

Interestingly, Peter Daszak, the President of EcoHealth Alliance is the same person who orchestrated the myth of the natural origin of coronavirus.

The emails obtained via public records requests show that EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak drafted the Lancet statement, and that he intended it to “not be identifiable as coming from any one organization or person” but rather to be seen as “simply a letter from leading scientists”.

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