Friday, April 17, 2020

US alerted Israel, NATO to disease outbreak in China in November — TV report

Times Of Israel.
US intelligence agencies alerted Israel to the coronavirus outbreak in China already in November, Israeli television reported Thursday.

According to Channel 12 news, the US intelligence community became aware of the emerging disease in Wuhan in the second week of that month and drew up a classified document.

Information on the disease outbreak was not in the public domain at that stage — and was known only apparently to the Chinese government.
Story here. 

Pundits on MSNBC have switched up their talking points.  They're saying that we must have a day of reckoning with China but for now we need to work with them.

In light of this report, we can assume that the timelines we've been fed are all wrong.


I'm guessing because the US govt doesn't want to reveal how solid our monitoring efforts are inside China.

It also explains why we didn't see stockpiling toward the end of the year.

That would have given away the game.  It would reveal that we knew that they had an outbreak inside their country (additionally analysts could have thought that the Chinese would be able to contain it).

Either way.

China needs to be made to pay.

A couple of other things come to mind.

1.  We heard early on (but haven't since) that their were two strains of this virus.  Is that still applicable?  Could that explain why we're seeing so many deaths in one European country and just a few in another?


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