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RE: Why non-Asian coronavirus "victims" are in fine health

I agree. It was far-fetched. Now, I won't get out of the way of a good conspiracy if the evidence is present but in this case I think the story was well written, almost too well and it's such a long story that I started to think: get to the point. Personally I do think it was man-made, possibly for a purpose rather sinister. But this story line is just too much Hollywood. I went from pure interest to laughter at the part where he described the broken vial during a chase. But the fact that this virus showed up just as there were riots in China (not just in Hong Kong from what I've heard) is not a coincidence I think. But that's just my opinion. 😊

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I think its engineered at the Wuhan Lab, but not as a bioweapon, rather for defensive immunology. A real bioweapon would be far more deadly and only an idiot would design an uncontrollable bioweapon that targeted your own people.
This was a huge stuff up by the Chinese government that is costing them dearly. When the choice is between conspiracy and incompetence, 90% of the time its incompetence.

I have to agree again. My first thought was that it was vaccine testing gone wrong. However, I wouldn't put something else past any of these people either.