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The Health Minister must investigate Fauci correspondence with Sydney Uni

A few weeks ago I wrote the Health Minister requesting the Minister to investigate University of Sydney, Professor Ed Holmes’ involvement with former US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Anthony Fauci following the release of emails subpoenaed by the US Congress.

Professor Holmes’ emails between colleagues acknowledge a laboratory leak was plausible and the furin cleavage site (“located at a position that previously has been used to engineer coronaviruses having enhanced infectivity”) was an issue, and yet despite the fact ‘there was no scientific data to distinguish a natural or laboratory-engineered virus”, the professor went on to author a paper that stifled suggestions of a laboratory leak. See quote and article below.

Needless to say the Heath Minister wrote back praising Holmes for his contribution to the Covid response. I mean seriously, when will Government officials ever be held to account!

From The Australian…

Fauci had emailed Jeremy Farrar on the afternoon of January 31 to say: “Jeremy, I just got off the phone with Kristian Andersen and he related to me his concern about the Furine sic site mutation in the spike protein of the currently circulating 2019-nCoV … I told him that as soon as possible he and Eddie Holmes should get a group of evolutionary biologists together to examine carefully the data to determine if his concerns are validated. He should do this very quickly and if everyone agrees with his concern, they should report it to the appropriate authorities. I would imagine that in the USA this would be the FBI and in the UK it would be the MI5.”

Taking up Fauci’s suggestion, the group of evolutionary biologists held a call the very next day where they decided to write a paper that would be titled “The proximal origin of SARS-CoV-2. Fauci and National Institute Health director Francis Collins were on the call.

Kadlec tells this magazine: “I think Tony Fauci was trying to protect his institution and his own reputation from the possibility that his agency was funding the Wuhan Institute of Virology researchers who, beyond the scope of the grants received from the NIH, may have been working with People’s Liberation Army researchers on defensive coronavirus vaccines. I think it’s evident from his later released emails obtained via Freedom of Information requests that it was more he had more sense of what his institute had funded at that moment.

This was a reputational risk to him and his institute and certainly he probably sided with the international scientists that believed that false or unsubstantiated accusations could have a chilling effect on scientific collaboration between the western world and China.”

Notwithstanding the blinding power of the Proximal Origins report, some of the most senior scientists within the intelligence community vehemently disagreed with the Proximal Origins analysis. The argument put forward in Proximal Origins is dismantled in a paper by the Pentagon-based Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), which tracks foreign militaries, dated May 26 2020 but which has only surfaced recently, titled “Critical analysis of Andersen et al. The proximal origin of SARS-CoV-2.”

Authors Commander Jean-Paul Chretien, who led the Pandemic Warning Team at the DIA’s Center for Medical Intelligence, and Dr Greg Cutlip, a senior DIA research scientist, stated that the Proximal Origins paper “does not prove that the virus arose naturally.””

Quotes from The Australian.

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