COVID WAR GAMES IN WUHAN OCTOBER 2019: Chinese Dissident Says China May Have Released COVID-19 At Military Games Held in Wuhan in October of 2019 -This Would Explain the RAPID Worldwide Spread of the Virus

Have you ever wondered how the CCP Virus seemed to overtake countries simultaneously? My husband and I have talked about this often since early 2020. One would think that an illness such as Covid would spread more like a domino effect – beginning in Wuhan, China.

But now the story is breaking that the World Military Games held in Wuhan in October 2019 may very well have been “Ground Zero” for the Virus. A diabolically brilliant move on the part of China. What better place to expose our world to the Virus than at a Military Games Event; people from almost every country on earth taking the illness back to their countries?


Chinese Dissident Says China Could have Released COVID-19 At Military Games

FILE - In this file photo dated Saturday, Feb. 6, 2021, a worker in protectively overalls and carrying disinfecting equipment walks outside the Wuhan Central Hospital where Li Wenliang, the whistleblower doctor who sounded the alarm and was reprimanded by local police for it in the early days of Wuhan's pandemic, worked in Wuhan in central China. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan, FILE)

A new documentary by Sky News, reviewed by the Daily Mail, revealed the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) may have released COVID-19 at the World Military Games in October of 2019. According to Chinese dissident Wei Jingsheng, the international tournament for military athletes in Wuhan could have been used by China to spread coronavirus to other countries.

The games took place two-months before Beijing told the world about its first cases of the infection. Wei pointed out that some of the 9,000 athletes at those games reported falling ill with a mysterious illness shortly after the tournament.

“I thought the Chinese government would take this opportunity to spread the virus during the Military Games as many foreigners would show up there.” 

— Wei Jingsheng – Chinese whistleblower

The Chinese dissident went on to say he knew the Chinese government was conducting experiments with a bioweapon. He pointed out that athletes from France, Germany and the U.S. became sick shortly after the games, but they never tested for the virus.

Miles Yu, a former chief China adviser to the U.S. State Department, reportedly backed Jingsheng’s claims regarding “strange weapons” that China may have been experimenting with. The whistleblower said he was made of aware of what was happening by senior CCP insiders who feared worldly repercussions. source

From May 2020


Why DID so many athletes fall sick in Wuhan in October? More competitors reveal they were ill at the World Military Games months before China admitted coronavirus could be passed between humans

  • More athletes revealed they got sick in Wuhan during the  Military World Games
  • They happened in October two months before the first confirmed case in China 
  • German volleyball player Jacqueline Bock is the most recent athlete to speak out

More athletes have revealed they fell ill at a sports event in Wuhan in October – adding to fears the coronavirus was widespread months before China admitted it could be passed between humans.

Almost 10,000 competitors from more than 100 countries – but not Britain – attended the nine-day World Military Games.

Jacqueline Bock, part of the German volleyball team, told The Mail on Sunday how she and her colleagues contracted Covid-19 at the event in the city.

‘After a few days, some athletes from my team got ill,’ she said. I got sick in the last two days.’

Miss Bock’s father also became ill a few weeks after her return.

‘I have never felt so sick,’ she said. ‘Either it was a very bad cold or Covid-19. I think it was Covid-19.’

It comes after French pentathlete Elodie Clouvel, 31, claimed she and her 27-year-old partner Valentin Belaud contracted the virus at the Games. Italian fencer Matteo Tagliariol also said everyone in his Wuhan apartment fell ill with ‘symptoms that looked like those of Covid-19’, which later spread to the 37-year-old’s son and girlfriend.

Among dozens of other competitors contacted by the MoS, some said they had been told not to comment. Oliver Gorges, a triathlete from Luxembourg, said he became ill with flu-like symptoms and is now to undergo an antibody test this week to discover if he had contracted the coronavirus.

The first confirmed case of Covid-19 in China was at the start of December, but Gorges claims Wuhan’s streets were ‘nearly empty’ when he went for a cycle ride in the city. ‘It was a ghost town,’ he said. ‘There were rumours that the government warned the inhabitants not to go out.’

China admitted the disease could be spread between humans in January. Many other athletes at the Games commented on intense cleaning measures put in place in Wuhan, with almost 250,000 volunteers assisting the events.

Gorges, 22, had his temperature recorded on arrival at the airport, while athletes were forced to wash their hands every time they entered the canteen and were ordered not to take food out of the premises. ‘It was strange,’ he added.

However, Swedish pentathlete Melina Westerberg said several of her compatriots got sick during the games, but tested negative for the virus. ‘It was just a coincidence,’ she said. ‘We all felt safe.’ Source

Tested negative for the virus? How would they have known which virus to test for?

This definitely does NOT pass the “smell” test! But it does give us more answers.

Brethren, each bad actor played their part in this Crime against Humanity.