The chairman of the Lancet medical journal’s COVID-19 Commission – one of the foremost scientific groups supporting the “natural origins” theory – admitted that the National Institute of Health and its grant recipients, including Peter Daszak’s EcoHealth Alliance, “acted badly” with a “lack of transparency.” The admission from Chairman Jeffrey Sachs follows extensive National Pulse reporting into the conflicts of interest – through research funding and personnel – held by individuals placed on the Lancet’s “Origins, Early Spread of the Pandemic, and One Health Solutions to Future Pandemic Threats” committee. Amongst the high-profile individuals on the committee was Peter Daszak,
President of the United States National Academy of Medicine and National Institutes for Health (NIH) advisor Dr. Victor Dzau has repeatedly collaborated with Confucius Institutes, which are Chinese Communist Party-funded propaganda organizations, The National Pulse can reveal. Dzau, who also serves on the World Bank Group and World Health Organization’s Global Preparedness Monitoring Board (GPMB), served on the Honorary Host Committee for a 2017 gala put on by the Confucius Institute U.S. Center (CIUSC) – the U.S. headquarters of Beijing’s controversial operation. The GPMB was formed in early 2018, ahead of the onset of COVID-19, to tackle pandemics. Confucius Institutes,
Dr. Malik Peiris, who previously served on the Lancet medical journal’s COVID-19 origins investigation committee, received China’s “Nobel Prize” for research affirming the Chinese Communist Party’s false narrative that COVID-19 developed naturally. Peiris, a Sri Lankan virologist working in Hong Kong, was one of 12 scientists leading the now-defunct Lancet probe into the origins of COVID-19. While the task force is no longer listed on the medical journal’s website, as it was forced to disband due to extensive conflicts of interests with the Wuhan Institute of Virology, archived web pages reveal Peiris’s participation in the effort. Following Peiris’s stint on the
The Lancet medical journal scrubbed its COVID-19 origins investigation team, led by EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak, following several National Pulse exposés revealing the group’s conflict of interest with the Wuhan Institute of Virology and the Chinese Communist Party. The defunct committee – “Origins, Early Spread of the Pandemic, and One Health Solutions to Future Pandemic Threats” – was one of 12 task forces operating as part of the broader Lancet COVID-19 commission. Its termination follows the recusal of Daszak – a “longtime collaborator” of the Wuhan Institute of Virology – from his role as the task force leader. The announcement follows The
A longtime research partner of Dr. Ralph Baric – a Wuhan Institute of Virology collaborator who's advised on how to "make money" from pandemics – remains on the Lancet journal's COVID-19 commission.
The now disgraced COVID origin investigator Peter Daszak – whose “EcoHealth Alliance” funneled U.S. taxpayer cash to the Wuhan Institute of Virology – defended SARS gain-of-function experiments that potentially rendered the virus “capable of directly infecting humans” in a Nature article unearthed from November 2015. The National Pulse is publishing this information for the first time, shortly after Daszak was recused from the COVID-19 origin commission convened by the Lancet medical journal. Quoted in an article entitled Engineered Bat Virus Stirs Debate Over Risky Research, Daszak defended the publication of the study in question: A SARS-like Cluster Of Circulating Bat Coronaviruses
The World Health Organization tapped Chinese Communist Party Officials, advisors to the Wuhan Institute of Virology's partner EcoHealth Alliance, and members of its compromised COVID-19 origins investigation team for a new global health advisory board, wielding a key role in the "development of a long-term strategic approach" to pandemics.
Project Syndicate – a media outlet that counts funding and written contribution from George Soros, Bill Gates, the United Nations, and Google – is engaged in “media partnership” deals with several Chinese state-run media outlets, The National Pulse can today reveal. The globalist propaganda outlet – founded in 1995 – has also been lauded by the Chinese Communist Party’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, with its Twitter account praising the outlet’s content defending genocide in Xinjiang as “objective and informative.” We find "The #Xinjiang Genocide Allegations Are Unjustified" carried by the #US-based media organization Project Syndicate objective and informative. We applaud