Report: Google Funded Wuhan Collaborator Peter Daszak’s Research for Over a Decade
For months, Big Tech companies did all they could to prevent information about the true origins of covid-19 from reaching the public. Both Facebook and YouTube banned posts mentioning the lab-leak theory. At the same time, Google manipulated its search algorithms to suppress searches for “coronavirus lab leak.” When a Wall Street Journal reporter asked Google Health Vice President David Feinberg why Google was censoring searches about the lab-leak theory, Feinberg said Google did not want to “lead people down pathways that we would find to be not authoritative information.”
Yet new reports reveal there may be another reason Google did not want people researching the lab-leak theory. Google was funding EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak’s research and did not wish to expose its role in kicking off a pandemic that caused the worst recession since World War ii.
Investigative reporter Natalie Winters released a report on June 19 noting that Google.org has been funding EcoHealth Alliance research for over a decade. Among the studies Google.org funded was a 2010 study on bat flaviviruses, a 2014 study on henipavirus spillover from fruit bats to human populations in Africa, a 2015 study on Macacine Herpesvirus-1 in long-tailed macaques, and a 2018 study on the chances of an animal virus crossing over into the human population of China.
Why was the charity arm of Google so interested in funding Dr. Peter Daszak’s research?
EcoHealth Alliance is a United States-based nongovernmental organization that aims to protect people and animals from infectious diseases. Yet under Dr. Daszak’s leadership, this organization has funneled nearly $600,000 to the Wuhan Institute of Virology for research on bat coronavirus. EcoHealth Alliance took most of the money sent to Wuhan from a $3.7 million grant it received from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, which Dr. Anthony Fauci heads. Other government donors to EcoHealth Alliance’s research fund include the Pentagon, the State Department, the National Science Foundation, the Department of Homeland Security and the Fish and Wildlife Service.
Altogether, EcoHealth Alliance has received at least $60 million from American taxpayers (and an undisclosed amount from Silicon Valley tech giants like Google) to research various viruses.
All this funding becomes tremendously significant if it turns out that covid-19 leaked out of the Wuhan Institute of Virology. EcoHealth Alliance funded a 2015 study where Chinese virologist Shi Zhengli and others spliced the spike of a bat coronavirus onto a mouse-adapted sars-CoV backbone to create a new chimeric virus. Suppose this research advertently or inadvertently created covid-19. In that case, EcoHealth Alliance, the U.S. government and Google all have a lot to answer for.
Political commentator Steve Hilton believes Google’s ties to EcoHealth Alliance may be one of the “biggest scandals” of our time.
“It’s honestly one of the biggest scandals for, I don’t know, a hundred years,” Hilton said on Fox News Primetime. “I can’t think of a bigger one when you think of the consequences of this pandemic and the idea that it was created by scientists who were arrogantly operating outside the bounds of the regulations that were in place and then covering their tracks. … It’s a really shocking story, and it just adds to this increasingly big mountain of evidence that we have got a massive establishment cover-up going on because the people at the heart of this know what they did.”
Google executives knew the money they were giving Dr. Daszak was being sent to China. Still, they sent the money and tried to censor their role in this research when a coronavirus leaked out of the lab. This raises disturbing questions about what other types of morally ambiguous research Google is funding.
Calico Life Sciences llc is a subsidiary of Google’s parent company Alphabet, Inc. Its stated goal is to combat aging and associated diseases. One of its molecular biologists, Cynthia Kenyon, has engineered roundworms that live six times longer than usual. Now Calico Life Sciences is partnering with Ancestrydna (the largest-profit genealogy company) to research the genetics of human lifespans.
The goal is to hack the code of life and genetically engineer humans who can live beyond 120 years.
China has been trying to steal people’s dna data for years to get the genetic information it needs to manufacture ethnically specific bioweapons. So the fact that Ancestrydna is partnering with a company just caught collaborating with the Wuhan Institute of Virology is not comforting.
Many scientists working for Google and the Chinese Communist Party are not content bioengineering coronaviruses and roundworms. Their real desire is to bioengineer human beings. Yet as the covid-19 pandemic proves, trying to play God and create new life forms comes with dangerous consequences.
The fact that Google and a myriad of U.S. administrative agencies were using EcoHealth Alliance to conduct gain-of-function experiments in China is proof that Silicon Valley is a node of the “deep state.”
“There is the visible United States government, situated in imposing neoclassical buildings around the Mall in Washington, D.C., and there is another, more shadowy and indefinable government that is not explained in Civics 101 or observable to tourists at the White House or the Capitol,” former congressional aide Mike Lofgren writes in his book The Deep State. “The former is the tip of an iceberg that is theoretically controllable via elections. The subsurface part of the iceberg operates on its own compass heading regardless of who is formally in power. … Washington is the most important node of the deep state, but it is not the only one. Invisible threads of money and ambition connect the town to other nodes. One is Wall Street, which supplies the cash that keeps the political machine quiescent and operating as a diversionary puppet show. … This inverted relationship is also true between the visible government and Silicon Valley, defined here in its broadest sense to mean not only hardware and software companies but the telecommunications backbone that enables these devices to work.”
Lofgren explains how the different nodes of the deep state operate to subvert America’s constitutional form of government. Still, he does not explain the root cause behind why the deep state exists.
In “Saving America From the Radical Left—Temporarily,” Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry explained that Barack Obama “filled America’s law enforcement agencies with treasonous agents” and “led what is known as the ‘deep state.’” Then, after explaining that Obama is the real head of the deep state, he explained why the deep state exists: “God has blessed America like no other nation. And the devil wants to destroy America like no other nation! As I prove in my free booklet America Under Attack, Satan is marshaling every tool and weapon he can to wreck this nation, and he is having alarming success! This evil spiritual power is influencing the radical left! Most Republicans don’t realize what they are dealing with: people who are absolutely committed to destroying the government of this land!”
The networks pushing to finance dangerous genetic experiments and Internet censorship are a tool of the deep state to destroy America’s constitutional government. This is why God must intervene to save America from the radical left temporarily. If He did not intervene to give people one last chance to repent of the sins that led us to this condition (Amos 7:8-9), there would be no hope for the nation!
To learn why humanity has produced fantastic technologies yet cannot solve appalling evils, please read What Science Can’t Discover About the Human Mind, by Herbert W. Armstrong.