Are Israel and US behind the coronavirus invention to stop China’s economic rise? Stunning revelations by former UN envoy

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Are Israel and US behind the coronavirus invention to stop China’s economic rise? Stunning revelations by former UN envoy

ISLAMABAD - Abdullah Hussain Haroon, former foreign minister and Pakistan’s ambassador to the United Nations, has claimed that the Coronavirus virus was invented in a lab by these three countries to put the brakes on China’s progress.

Here’s the chronological order of the events as per the former diplomat:

- An American company Chiron obtained a patent for the virus from the government in 2006 - A patent was sought for its vaccine in Europe in 2014 - The patent was granted in November 2019 - A vaccine is being manufactured in Israel

He has also claimed that Israel will only share the vaccine with the countries that recognize it as a country, leaving Pakistan out of the equation. Sharing how the virus was created and transported to China, he said:

The coronavirus was created in a lab in the UK and whose registry was in the US. From there it was sent to a lab in Wuhan via Air Canada.

The lab in the UK was sponsored by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation while the John Hopkins and the Bloomberg School of Public Health in the US had made preparations to dispatch the virus to Wuhan.

The former envoy has also accused renowned organizations and institutes such as the World Economic Forum (WEF), Gates Foundation, and John Hopkins University of funding the project. ------------------------------

Continuing his claims, he has said that the US has now moved everything to Winnipeg in Canada where they have also detained a Chinese biologist, Dr. Kading Chan.

Giving a clean chit to China, the ex-minister said that they have been eating snakes and bats for ages and that the outbreak has nothing to do with what they eat. In the second video, Hussain Haroon accepted that the patent records are nowhere to be found in the US, saying that the patent numbers were canceled in November 2019.

The deadly virus has resulted in over 785,000 cases with almost 38,000 casualties across the globe thus far.