Did US athletes carry coronavirus to 2019 Wuhan Military World Games?
Letter to the Editor
What about the biggest German corona cluster in the town of Gangelt? Look it up on the map, it is right next to NATO Air Base Geilenkirchen, the major European AWACS base and Allied Joint Force Command Brunssum, a huge underground NATO command and control base.
In the Netherlands, the big early cluster was in an otherwise agricultural backwater area that just happens to be the location of Volkel Air Base, the Dutch site where the USA stores nuclear weapons (in the latter half of 2019, they had been very busy modernizing said nukes, causing a lot of extra traffic to and from the USA).
Contributors to this site from Spain and possibly Italy (from memory – reports were made early 2020) made similar observations about the geographical peculiarities of early corona clusters in their localities.
What about the 2019 Wuhan Military World Games and the noteworthy competitive results (or should I say absense thereof) of the USA athletes, who were too sick to perform and were medevac’ed back to the USA? The Wuhan International Hotel that the USA team stayed in was closer to the infamous wet market than any Biolabs. The Chinese authorities were quick to point out the hotel as a much more prominent source of infections than the market, but western media never picked up on those pesky details
More evidence that the US is behind it. The US refused to have their military personnel tested after the 2019 Games in Wuhan. Is that because they carried the virus to Wuhan?
Pentagon officials have repeatedly declined to speak on or off the record regarding the subject.
Contrary to the Pentagon’s insistence, however, an investigation of COVID-19 cases in the military from official and public source materials shows that a strong correlation exists in COVID-19 cases reported at U.S. military facilities that are home bases of members of the U.S. team that went to Wuhan.
Before March 31, when the Pentagon restricted the release of information about COVID-19 cases at installations for security reasons, infections occurred at a minimum of 63 military facilities where team members returned after the Wuhan games.
Additionally, the U.S. team used chartered flights to and from the games via Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Washington was one of the earliest states to show a spike in COVID-19.
Athletes who participated from other nations—both U.S. allies like France and Italy and adversaries like Iran—have reported suffering from COVID-19 symptoms. Some Iranian athletes died from COVID-19, including some who were in Wuhan, according to news reports not verified by Tehran.
from Gil May