Marion Koopmans, a WHO member who investigates the origin of the C-19 pandemic, has been removed from the group’s new effort to reveal the truth about the virus after it was revealed that she had ties to the CCP.
When the WHO released the lineup for the newfound SAGO in October, Koopmans was among the 28 members.
The new, modified SAGO list doesn’t contain her name.
Dr. Hum Field was disappointed to see her removed from the list.
“She has advised on building the laboratory capacity for emerging infectious disease detection in this region and has ongoing research collaborations trying to unravel the emergence and spread of viruses through the animal production chain in this region,” states a summary of her work.
In July 2020, her study called “Exploring the utility of genomic epidemiology to trace origins of highly pathogenic influenza A/H7N9 in Guangdong” was “supported by grants from National Key Research and Development Program of China [and] the National Key Research and Development Program of China.”
I see the WHO SAGO is formally announced. Lets hope their science isn't pressured by politics, given the way the earlier WHO mission/report was dissed.
And where is @MarionKoopmans who was previously flagged as a member?!! https://t.co/jewe1Gmr1P
— Hume Field (@HumeField) November 25, 2021
Another study from 2017 focused on the zika virus was funded by the Guangdong provincial government.
“We thank all of the related laboratory and administrative personnel at Guangdong Provincial Center for Disease Control and Prevention and the Jiangmen Center for Disease Control and Prevention for their contribution to the follow-up investigation,” the summary reads. “The present study was supported by grants from the Guangdong Provincial Science and Technology Program and the National Key Development Program.”
Koopman-led 2014 study with the Guangdong Provincial CDC researchers on Influenza was “supported by 12th five-year-major projects of China’s Ministry of Public Health.”
The National Pulse reported that Daszak is the major confidant of Fauci.
The National Pulse also unearthed Daszak’s detailed descriptions of the research he conducted alongside his “Chinese colleagues,” including “bat lady” Shi Zhengli, where he admits to manipulating bat coronaviruses into “killer viruses.” The collaborative research was funded in part by Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID), as Daszak divulged on a 2020 podcast, “we have 16,000 bat samples in a freezer in China that we collected using U.S. taxpayers’ money.”
Daszak, who has led conferences sponsored by Chinese Communist Party-run scientific organizations, has also co-authored studies funded by the Chinese government and participated in conferences conducted by state-run media outlets. Daszak has also claimed that people “misunderstand the Chinese government” while defending the regime’s handling of COVID-19.
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Biden rolled back Trump’s decision to pull the US out of WHO.