by Lloyd Billingsley
After getting fired from the National Microbiology Lab and Public Health Agency, Chinese agents are still on the job.
Chinese national Xiangguo Qiu came to Canada for graduate studies in 1996 and in 2006 became head of the special pathogens program at Canada’s National Microbiology Laboratory (NML) in Winnipeg. Dr. Qiu maintained close relations with four institutions involved in China’s biological weapons development, including the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV). On one of her many trips to the WIV, Dr. Qiu dropped off a cargo of deadly pathogens, including Ebola and Nipah viruses.
When the “policy breach” became public, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) escorted Dr. Qiu and her husband Keding Cheng from the NML and they haven’t been seen in public since February of 2020. Wherever they may be domiciled, the couple continue their collaboration with agents of the Chinese military.
This January 2021 Ebola study was authored by, among others, Xiangguo Qiu and Keding Cheng. That same month, Dr. Xiangguo Qiu and her husband were dismissed from the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC).
Repurposing of Berbamine Hydrochloride to Inhibit Ebola Virus by Targeting Viral Glycoprotein, a study published in November of 2020, was co-authored by Xiangguo Qiu of the “National Microbiology Laboratory, Canada.” Trouble was, Dr. Qiu and her husband were fired from the NML in July of 2019, and hadn’t been seen in public since February of 2020.
Dr. Qiu’s collaborator on the January, 2021, Ebola study was Qiuanjie Li, of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, part of China’s military. Another co-author is Feihu Yan, of the People’s Liberation Army’s (PLA) Academy of Military Medical Sciences. Yan was one of the Chinese graduate students Dr. Qiu brought to the NML. Canadian politicians and journalists were curious how such a person could have qualified for the NML’s high-level security clearance.
The PHAC claimed it couldn’t reveal information about personnel matters. As Lorne Gunter of the Toronto Sun noted, the government would not even reveal if Qiu and Cheng were Canadian citizens. The RCMP would not tell reporters if they knew the whereabouts of Qiu and Cheng. The Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) also declined comment, which came as no surprise. This same agency willfully destroyed records of former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau’s communist escapades during the Stalin Era.
Trudeau’s son Justin, a former blackface performer, is on record that, “there’s a level of admiration I actually have for China. Their basic dictatorship is actually allowing them to turn their economy around on a dime.” In 2020, when the pandemic began to spread, the Trudeau government promised Beijing it would not ban flights from the Wuhan region.
Under China-compliant Trudeau, agents of the Chinese government enjoy access to the most sensitive, secretive facilities. After dismissal, they avoid charges of espionage and continue collaboration with China’s military, with complete protection from the Canadian government. That is cause for concern, but the United States has nothing to crow about.
“Deep state fraud” Anthony Fauci, Biden’s chief medical advisor, funded the Wuhan Institute of Virology to perform dangerous gain of function research that makes viruses more lethal and transmissible. Fauci praised China’s handling of the pandemic and in the early going opposed President Trump’s ban on travel from China. If China ever did anything with which Fauci disagreed it’s hard to know what it might be.
For 20 years Sen. Dianne Feinstein maintained on her staff a Chinese spy who even attended consular functions for the senator. No word of any charges for the spy or the senator who harbored the spy. When Missouri filed a lawsuit against China for damages from the pandemic, Sen. Feinstein took China’s side.
In similar style, Chinese spy Fang Fang, also known as “Poonfang,” raised money for California Democrat Eric Swalwell and placed at least one intern in his office. Swalwell parrots Chinese propaganda and Nancy Pelosi kept him on the House intel committee.
The Biden DOJ has dropped charges against five Chinese “researchers” accused of hiding their affiliations with the Chinese military. The dismissals came after the FBI found clear evidence of military connections, and is certain to encourage more espionage and theft of intellectual property.
Joe Biden is on record that the Chinese are “not bad folks,” and not even competition for the United States. “The big guy” also has financial entanglements with China through son Hunter.
As China enters its “Hitler Decade,” Joint Chiefs boss Gen. Mark Milley suggests he would tip off China if the USA planned an attack. In effect, to adapt what Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger said of Wojciech Jaruzelski, Milley is a Chinese general in an American uniform. With the Biden Junta, as with the Trudeau regime, China just can’t seem to lose.
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