Earl(ier) COVID-19 Outbreaks on Military Vessels
The Biowarfare Chronicles, Part 7
According to the official narrative, the first COVID-19 case among an American was confirmed on January 20, 2020. But it has been known by the U.S. military (and others) for a long time that members of the Navy showed antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 infection earlier than that. And that these earliest cases involve vessels traveling between the U.S. and Asia should raise an eyebrow.
First, I point to Bill Rice's excellent article laying out the story, which breaks down a study (Payne et al, 2020) that should have received far more attention before now.
In fact, Rice details multiple other naval vessels with antibody and PCR testing showing substantial spread of infection from 2020, and even one French vessel. I might note at this point that the Wuhan Institute of Virology was built by the French INSERM, and the key government contractor Unissant has a French name. I don't know the level of importance of these connections, but they strike me as potentially interesting data consistent with collaboration.
Rice notes that out of the hundreds or thousands of sailors infected early during the plandemonium, none under the age of 40 died from COVID-19 (and just one older, who might have died due to complications from COVID). That's pretty good evidence that authorities had the data to recognize that COVID-19 was not broadly dangerous to young people in a way that justified the levels of panic and ahistorical measures applied to large populations in 2020 and beyond.
Note also that a substantial number of service men tested using PCR and antibody tests showed positivity to one, but not both tests, driving another nail into the notion that such tests have extremely high accuracy rates. Were SARS-CoV-2 a novel virus that just emerged, and sensitivity and specificity rates for these tests as high as 99% as if often claimed, we should see almost nobody testing positive for exactly one of the two tests. Either that, or the AB-positive-only population would suggest even earlier exposure to SARS-CoV-2!
Consistency with Bioweapons Hypotheses
It is noteworthy that the AB-positivity rate was significantly higher than the PCR-positivity rate. I lean toward this as an indication that some of the sailors had already been exposed to SARS-CoV-2. After all, it has historically been the Navy that has been documented exposing large scale populations to infectious agents. And given that the U.S. Navy includes perhaps more than 90% of the world's ocean firepower, it is the U.S. Navy that has the unique ability to go wherever there is water and deliver bioweapons.
And in this case, we could be talking about low-grade bioweapons, such as infectious clones that would not result in much prolonged spread or mortality on their own. Such engineered virions could be deposited anywhere, though it might be the case that people would only die if antibiotics and antivirals were withheld, or deadly hospital protocols applied. This would allow for a controlled "pandemic" that did not really threaten leadership or oligarchs and selected elites. And those of us who experienced COVID-19 illness at one point or another would have a hard time distinguishing controlled bioweapons releases from a more ordinary viral swarm.