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Who Made Corona? Russian Response, Part 1

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00:32 — Fakes about the origin of the Coronavirus and the threat of mass microchip implantation
12:48 — Discussion between the Kremlin and the Prosecutor General's Office on the origin of the Coronavirus
19:40 — The risk of helplessness facing a "new atomic bomb"
26:26 — What does Bosov’s death and Bykov’s arrest mean?
31:38 — The murder of a US Coronavirus researcher
32:57 — The Guardian on deaths from tuberculosis and Coronavirus
35:08 — When did the Coronavirus arrive in France?
36:06 — New waves of the Coronavirus pandemic and the destruction of the old world order
36:47 — Preparations for was by the USA and China
45:02 — COVID-19’s atypical behavior
47:06 — How does pounding your fist on the table work in the US?
52:26 — Nobel laureate on the artificial origin of the Coronavirus
56:05 — Indian scientist on HIV-like insertions in COVID-19
58:14 — How is the main card being played in the political game?
01:03:02 — Europe discusses the laboratory origin of the Coronavirus
01:04:41 — Technical error or mutation, what can make the coronavirus even more deadly?
01:06:06 — What is the US preparing for?
01:06:54 — What American diplomats warned about
01:08:00 — Why could COVID-19’s fatality rate be exaggerated fivefold?

On May 6, 2020 the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation made a very important statement on their website, according to which false and socially significant information in terms of the artificial origin if the Coronavirus should be considered fake news. The leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan explains why this statement is strange and dangerous.

First of all, the wording itself that “neither the World Health Organization, nor the Government of the Russian Federation, nor other official authorities of the Russian Federation have confirmed information on the artificial creation of the coronavirus infection” defies common sense. Since none of the listed subjects neither confirmed, nor denied this information. And since when did the WHO and the government become the final authority in determining the truth of this or that information? In Medieval times all the authorities firmly believed that Sun revolves around the Earth, and not the Earth around the Sun. How did it all end?, asks Sergey Kurginyan.

Secondly, there is a global political discussion about the artificial nature of the Coronavirus, and it is just gaining steam. Particularly because of this issue the tension between the United States and China has grown abruptly. The topic of Coronavirus has become the main card in the political game.

Thirdly, the Russian Presidential Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov, responding to the Prosecutor General’s Office, emphasized that there shouldn’t be any definitive statements on the Coronavirus’ nature, since it’s not entirely clear what are we dealing with. There is an evident contradiction, and such contradictions immediately call into question the appropriateness of the authorities’ actions, and their consolidation.

Fourth, The Prosecutor General's Office, in its statement is actually insisting on the prohibition of scientific discussion. While there is no consensus among scientists about the nature of COVID-19, and generally, a final verdict on any scientific issue can never be made. More recently, according to historical standards, the scientific community first completely denied Einstein's theory of relativity. But it was this theory that made it possible to create the atomic bomb.

Fifth, prohibiting freedom of thought, prohibiting scientific research in our country will soon lead to only one thing – to the fact that an adversary who did not introduce such prohibitions will acquire a large advantage over which Russia will be powerless, says the leader of the Essence of Time movement.

Sixth, one cannot control an information society through prohibitions. Attempting to do this puts the authorities in a stupid and ridiculous position. But it is very dangerous to find yourself in a position like that at a time of growing social tension. For laughter in the hands of destroyers can be more terrible than street protests.

Sergey Kurginyan emphasizes that in order not to notice all of the above and to demand that information about the artificial origin of the Coronavirus be considered fake is equal to hiding one’s head in the sand, like an ostrich, or there is some conflict of interest.

Russia now urgently needs something completely different – to calmly and seriously consider what is happening. This requires structured objective information – especially in the current surplus of information, which is more dangerous than a deficit.

To begin, Kurginyan proposes to consider a number of statements made by officials: high-ranking officials and reputable scientific specialists, but to consider them in conjunction with each other, not individually.