Part III: The Coverup
Analysis Reveals All
In March 2021 Joe Biden initiated a probe into the origins of SARS-COV-2. (Statement by President Joe Biden... 2021 May). In early May he received an Intelligence Community Assessment (ICA) that showed that the investigation was considered inconclusive regarding the origins of SARS-COV-2:
“Most agencies also assess with low confidence that SARS-CoV-2 probably was not genetically engineered; however, two agencies believe there was not sufficient evidence to make an assessment either way. Finally, the IC assesses China’s officials did not have foreknowledge of the virus before the initial outbreak of COVID-19 emerged.”
(DNI, Unclassified-Summary-of-Assessment... 2021).
Two months later in July 2021 Major Murphy, a Fellow at DARPA, discovered unmarked files within the top-secret JWICS share-drive in the Biological Technologies Office folder (Murphy, 2022 p. 3). Major Murphy understood the implications of the documents, pushed them offsite and began writing a report connecting the information he discovered at DARPA with the information pool the Intelligence Community was drawing from in the scope of their assessment. Just after leaving DARPA in early August Major Murphy finished and submitted his report to the DOD IG on August 13, 2021, most likely as he was transitioning from DARPA Headquarters to the Office of Naval Research.
Presumably, he never received a response from his previous chain of command at DARPA or the IG regarding his report and became concerned that the report had not been understood by those who should have received, reviewed and distributed the report through the proper avenue. The cause for his abundance of concern was that roughly two weeks after he submitted his report, on August 24, 2021, the vaccine mandate went into effect for the Department of Defense (Memorandum for Mandatory Coronavirus Disease 2019...). Shortly after, sometime during the week of September 8, 2021 to September 12, 2021 Major Murphy wrote a letter to unidentified, “Capt xxxxx,” with a brief explanation of the contents of the report, his concerns, analysis, and the supporting documents (PREEMPT and DEFUSE) he discovered in July 2021 at DARPA (Murphy, 2022 p. 1).
Occurring parallel with these events, Joe Biden had asked again that the Intelligence Community reassess the origins of SARS-COV-2 in June 2021 and gave them a 90-day deadline (Statement by president Joe Biden... 2021 August). The report came out during the week of August 27, 2021, and was essentially a minimally updated report when compared to the original and gave no more a detailed analysis than the first:
“The IC judges they will be unable to provide a more definitive explanation for the origin of COVID-19 unless new information allows them to determine the specific pathway for initial natural contact with an animal or to determine that a laboratory in Wuhan was handling SARS-CoV-2 or a close progenitor virus before COVID-19 emerged,” (Updated assessment on Covid-19 Origins p. 1).
Interestingly, they add that the story should be corroborated with China in the form of information exchange and “cooperation,” (Updated assessment on Covid-19 Origins p. 2).
After reading the above official statement from the ICA does it seem plausible that the Intelligence Community was presented with Major Murphy’s report during the analysis?
At minimum, did they possess the PREEMPT BAA and the documents detailing Project DEFUSE?
Do you think that if the IC had been in possession of the documents, they would have completely ruled it out to the extent that it would never have made it into the report?
The answer is a resounding no.
The implications are plain and obvious. The most likely cause of this information not being in the report of having influenced the ICA in any distinguishable way is this:
The Intelligence Community did not possess the documents.
Major Murphy tells us this much:
“When synthesized with the EcoHealth Alliance proposal, US collections confirm EcoHealth Alliance was performing the work proposed. The analysts produce their reports in a vacuum, absent the context the proposal provides. As a fellow at DARPA, I could see both, and can do the synthesis. For instance, WIV personnel identified in the intelligence reports are named in the proposal, these people us the same lexicon of the proposal in the collections, and the virus variants proposed for experimentation are identical to those gleaned by collections,” (Murphy, 2022 p. 3).
We can forget the idea that the Intelligence Community were in possession of these documents. It fits together too well with the intelligence they did possess for highly trained intelligence analysts to just skim over it.
But why would this be the reality?
Answer: The official Intelligence Community Assessment needed to support the official stance already taken by the federal government and its officials. The results of the report were already predetermined by necessity, not by a collective intelligence analysis. The timing signals of the situation confirm this because policies and mandates regarding vaccines, as well as the demonization of potentially life-saving therapeutics, were already being pushed forward before either inconclusive ICA was generated.
These facts beg the question, “How was the majority of the Intelligence Community left in the dark?”
The answer is not shocking, but inconspicuous nonetheless.
The CIA was likely involved in not only manipulating the data available to the Intelligence Community, but also in partly funding the gain-of-function research conducted by EcoHealth Alliance, in partnership with USAID and WIV, from the very beginning.
Of course, some analysis needs to occur before this conclusion can be reached. Let’s make the connections.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is mentioned 58 times in the NIH-NIAID “Notice of Acceptance” letter, Grant Number: 1R01Al110964-01 to EcoHealth Alliance from May 27, 2014 for the project period of June 6, 2014 – May 31, 2019.
USAID is first mentioned on page 9 of the letter under the heading, “Facilities and Other Resources,” wherein Peter Daszak is describing the qualifications of EcoHealth Alliance stating that,
“EcoHealth Alliance is the headquarters of a series of global networks that provide exceptional leverage for the core scientists: 1) The USAID EPT PREDICT consortium. This group conducts human and wildlife surveillance for high-risk pathogens in 24 countries including China,”
(Lerner et al., 2021 p. 9).
The second mention of USAID occurs on page 17 of the acceptance letter when Daszak, as a part of his personal statement and accomplishments declares,
“…in 2005, working with current co-investigators Drs Zhang and Zhengli, we were the first team to identify and characterize SARS-like coronaviruses in bats,” (Lerner et al., 2021 p. 17).
He lists some other accomplishments then says,
“…3) a large USAID project (PREDICT) to identify new pathogens in wildlife from emerging disease ‘hotspot’ regions,” (Lerner et al., 2021 p. 17).
We will not go through every instance in which USAID is mentioned. Suffice it to say that this agency is mentioned 58 times in the same tone and connotation of esteem within the grant. USAID was obviously an important source of funding to Dr. Daszak throughout his career.
USAID – Daszak: Established.
Now, the details of the historical connections of USAID to the CIA.
USAID has in the past been involved and/or connected with the CIA directly or by association. In most of these historical cases USAID is used as a civilian front for the CIA to enter otherwise blocked operational regions under the guise of humanitarian relief or assistance.
William Blum, in his book, “Killing Hope,” tells us about the previous use of AID (USAID) during the Laotian Civil War:
“Both sides regularly accuse the other of breaking the agreement, and not without justification. The North Vietnamese for example, did not withdraw all their troops from Laos, while the US left behind all manner of military personnel, American and Asian who remained under AID (current USAID) and other civilian cover, but this was nonetheless a violation of the agreement,” (Blum, 2003).
The CIA conducted 580,000 bombing missions during the campaign (Shvangiradze, 2022).
The cover of AID (USAID) was used consistently to provide cover for the movement of CIA into Laos to cross the border into Thailand (Blum, 2003).
Another instance USAID is used as cover for military operations is cited by Benjamin Dangl in his article titled, “Undermining Bolivia.” We are told that USAID was being,
“…funded with US taxpayer dollars to undermine the Morales government and coopt the country’s dynamic social movements—just as it has tried to do recently in Venezuela and traditionally throughout Latin America. Much of that money is going through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID),” (Dangl, 2008).
“Foreign governments have long accused the U.S. Agency for International Development of being a front for the CIA or other groups dedicated to their collapse. In the case of Cuba, they appear to have been right.
In an eye-opening display of incompetence, the United States covertly launched a social media platform in Cuba in 2010, hoping to create a Twitter-like service that would spark a ‘Cuban Spring’ and potentially help bring about the collapse of the island’s Communist government,” (Traywick, 2014).
USAID – CIA: Established.
What about a Peter Daszak – CIA direct connection?
KanekoaTheGreat has recently written about this connection and the results of his investigation were astounding and fit perfectly into the scope of this report.
It is well enough to cite him here for continuity’s sake by showing this:
“Dr. Andrew Huff received his Ph.D. in Environmental Health specializing in emerging diseases before becoming an Associate Vice President at EcoHealth Alliance, where he developed novel methods of bio-surveillance, data analytics, and visualization for disease detection.
On January 12, 2022, Dr. Andrew Huff, an associate vice-president at EcoHealth Alliance, issued a public statement (on Twitter) in which he claimed, Peter Daszak, the President of EcoHealth Alliance, told him that he was working for the CIA,” (KanekoaTheGreat, 2022).
Read the full report by KanekoaTheGreat titled, “Was Peter Daszak Working For The Central Intelligence Agency?” to fill in the gaps and you will understand the direction of this report.
Daszak – CIA: Established
But funding isn’t the only involvement the CIA has had in this. In fact, they have shown a trend of disregarding Intelligence Community standards and psychological manipulation of the analysts. Besides the SARS-COV-2 outbreak the most recent major event circulating the airwaves in the US was the suspicions regarding the 2020 elections. On September 12, 2018, President Trump signed the Executive Order (EO) titled, “Executive Order on Imposing Certain Sanctions in the Event of Foreign Interference in a United States Election.” The EO states in Section 1 that,
“No later than 45 days after the conclusion of a United States election, the Director of National Intelligence, in consultation with the heads of any other appropriate executive departments and agencies, shall conduct an assessment of any information indicating that a foreign government, or any person acting as an agent of or on behalf of a foreign government, has acted with the intent or purpose of interfering in that election,” (Trump, 2014).
The Intelligence Community Assessment required by the EO was concluded only to report that China was not involved in election influence or interference at all, but that they had the potential to. The bias is obvious when you understand that not only did it negate Chinese election interference as a possibility, but also subtly praised them for their restraint.
From the report:
“Key Judgement 4: We assess China did not deploy interference efforts and considered but did not deploy influence efforts intended to change the outcome of the US Presidential election.”
(Intelligence Community Assessment: Foreign Threats to... 2021).
The story was, again, predetermined and politically biased in nature.
DNI Ratcliffe attached a memorandum to the ICA regarding foreign interference in US elections that indicated that the “…ICA was not entirely accurate in its assessment that China did not attempt to interfere in US Elections,” (Ratcliffe, 2021) and he specifically mentions the CIA by name twice in that memo, at the exclusion of other agencies, as being the cause for this bias in the reporting.
Regarding the CIA DNI Ratcliffe says this:
“National Intelligence Council (NIC) officials reported that Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officials rejected NIC coordination comments and tried to downplay alternative analyses in their own production during the drafting of the NICA,” (Ratcliffe, 2021 p. 2).
“…the Ombudsman found that CIA Management took actions ‘pressuring [analysts] to withdraw their support’ from the alternative viewpoint on China in an attempt to suppress it,” (Ratcliffe, 2021 p. 2).
All of this bias made it into the ICA, “giving the false impression that the NIO Cyber is the only analyst who holds the minority view on China. He is not…” (Ratcliffe, 2021 p. 2).
The point to be made here is not about the 2020 elections, but about the underlying pattern of the willingness of the CIA to favor and influence analysis that absolves China in criminal activity.
Like Major Murphy, DNI Ratcliffe could see intelligence collections from multiple sources and could, “…do the synthesis,” (Murphy, 2022 p. 3) himself. Major Murphy told us that the analysts conduct research “in a vacuum,” (Murphy, 2022 p. 3).
That vacuum of information is most likely partially sustained by the CIA and completely manipulated by the CIA as a controllable, compartmentalized, information playground where they can substantially and irregularly influence what intelligence makes it into the official reports.
It is this authors opinion that due to the historical associations and paper trail between the CIA, USAID, EcoHealth Alliance and Peter Daszak and considering the large amounts of US dollars that were funneled into EcoHealth Alliance through USAID, that the CIA would have a vested interest and motive in facilitating a coverup of the true cause of SARS-COV-2. Fittingly, they also have the know-how to leverage the situation in their favor by information manipulation and suppression to also induce the flow of billions of dollars for all their subsidiaries and connected network of partners while also absolving the Chinese government in the process.
Their previous activities have shown us that not only is it possible, but probable and fitting their modus operandi, that they would be the ones to initiate a systemic coverup from within to push favorable optics into the public eye that justifies the actions of all parties involved while also degrading the dissenting opinions of others to, “…place them on a metaphorical island,” (Ratcliffe, 2021 p. 2) by the forced association of the dreaded “conspiracy theorist” implication. Likely, the CIA again manipulated the IC to match this report to the story they needed to convey to make it appear that the federal government had been making the right decisions all along.
Major Murphy, knowingly or unknowingly, conducted the counter-intelligence operation to defeat the coverup from within.
(Moore, Fauci Dismissed Wuhan Lab Leak Theory as 'Shiny Object' in April 2020 Email 2022)
Does this make sense now?
It was going to, “…go away.”
I don’t think this is the last we’ll hear about DARPA or the CIA.
The timing is perfect.
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