In a previous interview with the Bannons War Room, Dr. Robert Malone, inventor of the mRNA and DNA vaccine platform technology,1 reviews what we know so far about the so-called Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2.
As Malone noted, the latest media hype has actually started with reports that Africa has a far lower case rate than the rest of the world, despite a relatively low rate of COVID infection. This was followed by reports in the local press that South Africa had asked Pfizer to stop delivering the recordings, as they still had enough and most adults refused to take them.
The very next day, “we suddenly had a big confusion about this new strain of the virus, and the press was announcing it was coming from South Africa,” Malone says. Britain responded almost immediately by closing its borders with much of South Africa.
According to media reports, a variant of Omicron was discovered in Botswana, in four fully “vaccinated” people. Doctors in South Africa responded by saying that although the variant was discovered, they did not see a significant disease from it. All cases so far have been mild and none have required hospitalization.
Coordinated porn campaign of fear
News articles were quickly published in a row suggesting that the virus had evolved in AIDS patients and seemed to spread much more easily than previous variants. Calls for concern and the need for new restrictions have flooded the airways. As Malone noted, the press was talking about “everything but the obvious, and that is that this is a mutant from whom the ‘vaccine’ escaped.”
Indeed, the variant appears to be highly resistant to COVID vaccines, a sign that it has mutated within one or more people infected with COVID, and not in someone who has no antibodies at all to attack it.
Remember, viruses mutate primarily in response to insufficient immune responses. However, among the first recommendations of the mental giants in charge of responding to COVID-19 was pushing additional injections of COVID, which is as irrational as it is unscientific.
“Boosters are the perfect way to disrupt our immune system so we’re LESS able to respond to this new variant,” Malone explains. “This is [like] charging all the flu vaccine from three seasons ago and expecting it to have an effect against the current one [flu strains]. ”
Is Omicron another lab creation?
As for the nature and origins of Omicron, Malone says:
“It has the character of a viral agent under strict genetic selection for evolution to escape the‘ vaccine ’response to the receptor binding domain. The question that is currently unresolved is – because this is so different from other strains that are being monitored; it’s in its own separate little evolutionary branch – how did that happen? Why did this suddenly appear with all these new mutations? ”
The mainstream press promotes the story that Omicron mutations are the result of a low COVID sting rate in South Africa, probably combined with mutations within someone with AIDS. We were told that the solution was to cover Africa with COVID vaccines, even though the continent had a phenomenally low case rate and no mortality-free mortality. So, clearly, this narrative is trying to achieve a goal that is simply not justified by real-world data.
In addition to embarrassing South Africa to get more vaccines against COVID, another potential reason for this story is that they want to hide that it is another virus created in the laboratory. As Malone remarked, we have “a ghost that can be seen to have been further devised in some way.”
All in all, Omicron is said to have about 50 mutations from the original Alpha strain, many of which explicitly allow it to bypass the antibody defenses induced by the COVID shot.
Although Malone admits that he does not closely monitor mutations in the virus and is not qualified to speculate on its evolution, he points out that there is a subset of experts who believe it may have undergone laboratory modification because, genetically, “it does not seem to be part of the previous evolutionary process.” in many other strains. ”
Until and if we end up with convincing proof of its origin, we need to keep all options open, Malone says, and that includes the possibility of Omicron being cooked in the lab from a previous strain.
Omicron cases double in less than five days
So far, we know as little about Omicron as we did about the original SARS-CoV-2 virus when it first appeared. What we do know is that it seems highly contagious, doubles in a median time of 4.8 days, and has significant opportunities to avoid “vaccines”.2
According to the Economist,3 quoting data from South Africa’s National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Omicron has “seems to have quickly surpassed the Delta” in South Africa, as of the first week of December 2021, making up almost all positive cases.
Omicron is a great oddity
One particularly strange feature of Omicron is that the closest genetic sequences date from mid-2020. It does not seem to belong to any of the evolutionary branches that have emerged since then. As Professor Trevor Bedford, a computer virologist interviewed by NPR, remarked, “This is very rare to see.”4
In a Twitter post, a user named Chief Nerd displays time-lapse graphics5 created that illustrates the genomic epidemiology of SARS-CoV-2 from the original strain to date, using data from nextstrain.org.6
This is a great illustration of how unusual Omicron actually is. As time-lapse nears the end of 2021, Omicron suddenly appears, appearing as a straight line from mid-2020 strains, unlike any other strain.
There is no precedent for this strangeness to happen in nature. However, there is a precedent for this in pandemics that have leaked from laboratories, such as the 1977 Russian flu, caused by a strain of H1N1 flu that closely resembled circulating soy between 1946 and 1957. There have been persistent rumors that Russian flu could have is the result of escaping the trial vaccine.7
Omicron, also known as B.1.1.529, has a ratio of non-synonymous and synonymous mutations of 25 to 1. According to molecular biologist and cancer geneticist Philip Buckhaults, Ph.D.8 Omicron has 25 non-synonymous and only one synonymous spike mutation compared to its most recent common ancestor, AV.1. If it were a natural phenomenon, that ratio should be somewhere between 25 and 50 and 25 to 100.
Three hypotheses of Omicron’s origin
Researchers have tried to explain this phenomenon in various ways. Bedford suggested that the strain could have become infected and evolved within some unknown animal population in mid-2020 before spreading to the human population again.
Still, that’s an unlikely scenario, Bedford says, because then there should be signs of animal genetic material in the genome, and we don’t see that. Instead, there are human RNA insertions, suggesting a human host.
The second hypothesis is the so-called “cryptic expansion” in the uncontrolled area. In other words, by mid-2020, the strain could have circulated in areas where testing and tracking cases were low or absent, allowing it to thrive under radar until it finally became portable enough to spread to more controlled regions.
Alas, Bedford finds objection to this explanation as well: “Because it seems like [this strain of the virus] was on its way to becoming Omicron and becoming a fairly transmissible virus, [the earlier versions] it would have started to spread sooner. “9
The third hypothesis involves incubation in an immunocompromised patient, such as an AIDS patient. If the patient’s immune system was strong enough to prevent death but not complete elimination, the virus could persist for many months, slowly mutating over time.
The bottom line is that the virus should have spread from that person earlier. Why did it take more than a year to finally transfer? Medium variants were supposed to appear, but they didn’t. He only suddenly appeared with dozens of already baked mutations that have no precedent.
Bedford told NPR,10 “It’s a good question and legitimate. I have no obvious answer other than chance.” Despite the lack of convincing answers, Bedford believes this scenario could be the most likely.
Two elephants in a room – Missing hypotheses
Of course, if we go back to Malone’s observation, what is missing from this list of hypotheses is the most obvious, and that is that the virus mutated in response to the pressure of widespread COVID injections. The hypothesis that Omicron was genetically manipulated by a strain from the middle of 2020 is also missing, and that it entered the circulation in one way or another.
Irrationally, Bedford and others now stress the importance of increased HIV treatment to prevent mutations in untreated people with low immune function, instead of long considering how a mass “vaccination” campaign drives the evolution of this virus and bringing COVID-infected individuals to an increasing risk of serious infection.
Currently, one of the most plausible theories seems to be that scientists enabled an early variant of SARS-CoV-2 to build resistance to antibodies, presumably by passing through human or humanized cell lines in the presence of convalescent plasma.
A laboratory in South Africa experimented with SARS-CoV-2
If Omicron is another laboratory creation, which laboratory could be responsible for its creation? Numerous Internet investigators are pointing the finger at Biosafety Level 3 Laboratory (BSL3) in Durban, South Africa, where research on SARS-CoV-2 is underway.
Paper entitled “Escape of SARS-CoV-2 50IY.V2 from convalescent plasma neutralization”11 published in the journal Nature in late March 2021. This seems to be the only type of research that could train the virus to avoid COVID antibodies.
The research, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, was conducted by a conglomerate of researchers, mostly from South Africa, but also one American and several researchers at South African and German, British or American research institutions. These branches include several research institutes in South Africa, as well as research institutes in Israel, the UK, the US, Germany and Brazil.
In a series of December 3, 2021, Twitter posts,12 Yuri Deigin, a drug developer and biotech entrepreneur, points out that the initial appearance of Omicron was in Durban, where the BSL3 laboratory happens to be located and where that study was done.
The Omicron lab theory is still poorly held together, but if recent history is any indication, we will certainly begin to see more extensive discussions and reviews of evidence as we progress.
As stated in the New York Post editorial of October 10, 2021,13 laboratory leak theory, which refers to the original SARS-CoV-2 virus, is “now almost certainly proven” – and according to David Martin, Ph.D., it has been proven beyond any doubt on the basis of a patent trace dating back two decades14 – but it took more than a year and a half to get to this point.
Although the question of the origin of Omicron is likely to grow, our fear of this variant does not have to grow. So far, all indications are that Omicron is among the mildest variants – very contagious with rapid spread, but very mild in terms of symptoms.