Dr. David Martin has produced compelling evidence suggesting that EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak has been planning to generate tons of money for Big Pharma investors through Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines since 2015.

EcoHealth is the nonprofit group that has been awarded a grant by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) to study Chinese bat coronaviruses. Reports have emerged that EcoHealth has also received $39 million from the Pentagon and $123 million overall from different government agencies until last year.

Martin has quoted Daszak as saying: “We need to increase the public understanding of the need for medical countermeasure, such as a pan-coronavirus vaccine. A key driver is the media and the economics will follow the hype. We need to use that hype to our advantage to get to the real issues. Investors will respond when they see profit at the end of the process.”

“That’s Peter Daszak, the architect of this pandemic along with [Anthony] Fauci. That’s him in 2015 telling the world that we’re going to build a coronavirus vaccine, and the way we’re going to get the public to consume it is to follow the media hype. His words, not mine,” Martin tells Clay Clark during the “Thrive Time Show” on Brighteon.TV.

According to Martin, Daszak’s statement can be found on a document titled “Developing Medical Countermeasures (MCMs) for Coronavirus,” which is part of the “Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences” dated Feb. 12, 2016.

“Why is that guy who violated the funding laws for gain-of-function research with the Chinese, why is that guy whom Anthony Fauci let run the entirety of the media campaign all through the spring of 2020, why is that guy at the helm of everything when he’s the one who admitted that this was a set up to get every person to accept a pan-coronavirus vaccine?” Martin asks.

That guy must be a major player behind all this mess.

Circumstantial evidence links Fauci and Daszak to gain-of-function research

Just weeks before the first reported case of COVID-19 in Wuhan nearly two years ago, Daszak has basically admitted in a podcast interview that they’re doing gain-of-function research with coronaviruses.

“You can manipulate them in the lab pretty easily. Spike protein drives a lot of what happens with the coronavirus. So you can get the sequence, you can build the protein – and we work with Ralph Baric to do this – and insert the backbone of another virus and do some work in the lab,” Daszak said at the time.

In a Jan. 1, 2020 email, Dr. Kristian Anderson, an immunologist at the Scripps Research Institute, told Fauci that some features of the virus could potentially be man-made. Shortly after, Fauci sent an urgent email to his deputy, Hugh Auchincloss, asking him to review a document he was attaching, which was titled “baric, shi et al nature medicine SARS gain of function.”

Although the contents of the attachment are unknown, the title is likely a reference to virologist Dr. Ralph Baric and Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) scientist Dr. Shi Zhengli, who specializes in coronavirus transmissions in bats.

That’s the same Ralph Baric Daszak has been working with. Those Fauci emails have been released to the public via Freedom of Information Act requests.

In one of the emails, Daszak thanked Fauci for “publicly standing up and stating that the scientific evidence supports a natural origin for COVID-19 from a bat-to-human spillover.”

Daszak sent that email on April 19, 2020 – two days after Fauci announced that it was believed the virus had emerged from bats in China.

The EcoHealth president has then persuaded 26 scientists to sign off on a letter he had written to the Lancet, claiming the virus could only have been natural in origin and to suggest otherwise creates “fear, rumors and prejudice.” The letter flatly denied the virus could have originated in a lab in Wuhan and dismissed it as a “conspiracy theory.”

There may be a conspiracy behind this pandemic, but the goal is certainly more than just to let the virus escape from a lab. The virus is a weapon without question, but the ultimate goal based on Daszak’s statement in 2015 is to make money from the chaos created by the media hype.

So the medical countermeasure that Daszak talked about in 20015 comes to the fore: the COVID-19 vaccine.

Investors will respond when they see profit at the end of the process, Daszak has said. True enough, Big Pharma executives and investors have increased their wealth considerably during the pandemic.

COVID-19 vaccine creates new Big Pharma billionaires

Campaigners from the People’s Vaccine Alliance have analyzed Forbes data to highlight the massive wealth being generated for a handful of people from vaccines that are largely publicly funded.

They have found that the pandemic has created at least nine new billionaires from the pharmaceutical industry.

Moderna CEO St├ęphane Bancel has topped the list and is now worth $4.3 billion after his company became the second to be granted emergency use authorization in the U.S. for its COVID-19 vaccine in December last year. Ugur Sahin, CEO and co-founder of BioNTech, is not far behind with a wealth of $4 billion, following its collaboration on a vaccine with Pfizer.

Other Moderna executives have also profited, with immunologist and early investor Timothy Springer now worth $2.2 billion, Chairman Noubar Afeyan $1.9 billion and scientist and founding investor Robert Langer $1.6 billion.

Senior executives from CanSino Biologics have also become billionaires over the last year with the Chinese firm’s co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer Zhu Tao now worth $1.3 billion, co-founder and Senior Vice President Qiu Dongxu worth $1.2 billion and co-founder and Senior Vice President Mao Huinhoa $1 billion. CanSino has developed a one-dose vaccine that was approved for use in China last February.

ROVI Chairman Juan Lopez-Belmonte has also made the list with $1.8 billion. Spanish contract drugmaker Rovi makes bottles for Moderna’s vaccine and last month reached a new deal to start making its active ingredients.

Existing Big Pharma billionaires increase combined wealth by $32.2 billion

Eight existing billionaires with big stakes in Big Pharma companies have also seen their combined wealth increase by a staggering $32.2 billion.

Zhifei Biological Chairman Jiang Rensheng and family have raised their worth to $24.4 billion this year from $7.6 billion last year; Cyrus Poonawalla, founder of Serum Institute of India, is now worth $12.7 billion from $8.2 billion; Tse Ping of Sinopharm is now worth $8.9 billion from $7.3 billion; Wu Guanjiang, co-founder of Zhifei Biological, is now worth $5.1 billion from $1.80 billion; Thomas and Andreas Struengmann and their respective families, who have stakes with Germany’s BioNTech and Uruguay’s Mega Pharma, are now worth $11 billion each from similar $9.6 billion last year; Pankaj Patel of Cadila Healthcare is now worth $5 billion from $2.9 billion; and Patrick Soon-Shiong of ImmunityBio is now worth $7.5 billion from $6.4 billion last year.



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