Now that the version that the virus originated in the Wuhan laboratory has become the most credible, the question remains as to what really happened.

Was it a leak, or was it intentional? Was the coronavirus being experimented with as a purely scientific matter, or was a biological weapon being developed? Why is the Wuhan lab crucial in the struggle between factions of the Chinese communist regime?

First of all, it must be said that the Chinese regime has a history of laboratory leaks, a product of inoperability and corruption.

Such is the case, for example, in 2003 and 2004, when laboratory accidents caused contagions of the coronavirus that caused the SARS outbreak while it was being studied in China.

Specifically, about the Wuhan laboratory, the State Dept. had already warned in 2018 about the precariousness of the facilities.

At that time, the agency led by Mike Pompeo sent two cables warning about security and management issues at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

One of the cables said the lab’s questionable work on bat coronaviruses posed the risk of a new pandemic.

Added to this is the fact that there is scientific evidence, since the beginning of the contagions, that there have been cases that are not linked to the famous Wuhan seafood market.

Such is the case of a study published in The Lancet in which 41 cases of COVID-19 treated at the Jin Yin-tan hospital, the first in the city for this disease, were analyzed.

What was the result? 14 of the 41 cases analyzed turned out to be unrelated to the animal market, representing more than one-third.

Subsequent work on more patients confirmed the same.

So, could it have escaped and the Chinese regime concealed the information so as not to be declared “guilty”?

It is known that the Wuhan virology lab was experimenting with bat coronaviruses.

So, SARS-CoV-2 could have been a design or recombination of fragments of different viruses to facilitate their entry into humans as part of the studies led by scientist Shi Zhengli.

Shi had been doing bat and coronavirus research for years and is the person who found how coronaviruses from other species – including bats—pass into humans.

He had been working at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in synthetic viruses since 2015, and his lab has the resources for manipulating these microorganisms.

There is a study by Shi from November 2015, published in Nature, discussing precisely the synthetic creation of a virus capable of self-replication, which has SARS-CoV as its structure, with the spike protein replaced by one found in a bat coronavirus.

Sound familiar?

And this brings us to the second point: could these experiments be intended as biological weapons?

For Chinese scientist Li Meng Yan, there is no doubt.

This specialist, before escaping from China, worked at the Hong Kong University of Public Health and the laboratory where she worked is the most advanced in the world in the study of coronaviruses.

She traveled to the United States to tell—as she claims—the truth about Covid-19: nothing can get out alive from a Biosafety Level 4 Laboratory, such as the Wuhan laboratory.

But it is not only Dr. Yan who claims that the virus was intentionally released.

Some voices close to the Chinese Communist Party have acknowledged—with unscrupulous pride—that Beijing won a biological war with the virus.

Such is the case of Chen Ping, professor of economics at Beijing University and senior researcher at Fudan University.

In addition to being an academic, Ping is an expert advisor to the Chinese Communist Party.

The same has been said by his colleague, Li Yi.

These testimonies expose what millions of people suspect: that the Chinese Communist regime created the new coronavirus in the Wuhan laboratory and intentionally released it to infect the rest of the world and, above all, the West.

This theory makes even more sense when you consider what happened during the October 2019 Military Olympics. Why? Pay attention to the following.

The Military Olympic Games were held in the city of Wuhan from October 18-27, 2019.

Who participated? Military delegations from all over the world.

It was the first international multi-sport military event to be held in China and also the largest military sporting event ever held in China, with nearly 10,000 athletes from 110 countries.

Athletes who participated in the event, such as the French Élodie Clouvel and Valentin Belaud, reported that a large number of athletes from different delegations became ill with symptoms identical to Covid-19.

Of course, at the time, none of them knew what it was as the Chinese regime reported the first case in late December 2019.

So, could the virus have been released during the Wuhan military games in October 2019?

Certainly, all this information is shocking.

But, there is still one more element to analyze.

Not everyone in the Chinese Communist Party thinks alike. There are clearly two distinct factions: current leader Xi Jinping and former leader Jiang Zemin.

Despite having officially left power in 2002, Jiang Zemin has enormous influence within the Chinese regime, controlling key areas of state power.

Xi, for his part, since taking office in 2013, has sought to purge from the government and has partially succeeded, the Jiang faction, which is closely linked to the deep state and crimes against humanity.

Many of these big-name politicians today are in jail serving life sentences on corruption charges.

The point here is that Jiang is fighting to the last not to meet the same fate and has resorted to the most unimaginable methods to affect Xi Jinping.

And how does this relate to the Wuhan lab?

In Jiang Zemin’s years in power, in a document called “Unrestricted Warfare,” the Chinese military already talked about developing “strategies” to fight a modern war.

And the key is that Jiang Zemin’s son, Jiang Mianheng, was in direct control of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, where Sars-Cov-2 was allegedly created.

Jiang Mianheng in fact controls the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the agency of the Chinese regime that is in charge of the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

A source at the Chinese Academy of Sciences spoke on condition of anonymity to a U.S.-based Chinese dissident media outlet.

What did he reveal? He said there was an orchestrated plan by the Jiang Zemin faction to launch a coronavirus at Xi Jinping and his top advisors during the Wuhan Military Games in October 2019.

Xi Jinping and his top advisors did indeed participate in the opening of the games on October 18, 2019.

But as far as is known, he has not been infected.

In this framework, the source clarifies that he has no further information.

That is, he does not know if they finally released the virus, if they missed it or if the original plan failed for some other reason.

For now, what is known is that Shi Zhengli, the director of the Wuhan lab and its leading bat coronavirus specialist, has always claimed—to this day—that the virus did not leak out of her lab.

Of course, Ms. Shi’s version has been strongly supported by the Beijing authorities.

So, has she been lying to us all this time? What else remains to be discovered?

We don’t know, but what there is no doubt about, is that we have not been told the truth.