If You Thought Coronavirus Was Terrifying, What Until You See This New Virus In Brazil With A Genetic Profile Never Seen Before
(Tea Party 247) – Scientists in Brazil have found a brand spanking new virus with a genetic profile they’ve never seen before, a discovery that is causing fears to rise, especially in light of the horrific situation with the coronavirus unfolding right now in China.
The coronavirus has already killed quite a few people in the communist country, prompting nations around the globe to take precautions to prevent the disease from spreading outside of China.
This new virus, along with the coronavirus, has folks beginning to wonder if someone is developing these diseases as a means of biological warfare, a statement that in the past might have sounded a bit on the nutty side, but at this point, seems totally logical and absolutely possible.
The scientists involved in this new, terrifying discovery say the virus was found in a Brazilian lake in the city of Belo Horizonte. They have dubbed it the Yaravirus after a mythological figure in Brazilian lore known as “Iara.”
Here are the details on this from Big League Politics:
“Here we describe Yaravirus, an entity that could represent either the first isolated virus of Acanthamoeba spp. out of the group of NCLDVs or, in alternative evolutive scenario, it is a distant and extremely reduced virus of this group,” the researchers wrote.
“Contrary to what is observed in other isolated viruses of amoeba, Yaravirus is not represented by a large/giant particle and a complex genome, but at the same time carries an important number of previously undescribed genes, including one encoding a novel major capsid protein. Metagenomic approaches also testified for the rarity of Yaravirus in the environment,” they added.
Technology reporter Mike Wehner tried to downplay concerns about the ramifications of this new discovery in the aftermath of the coronavirus epidemic.
“With all the hype surrounding the coronavirus scare, you’d be forgiven for seeing the discovery of such a new and unique virus as potentially troubling. Thankfully that doesn’t appear to be the case,” Wehner said.
Wehner went on to add that, “only a relevatively small percentage of viruses are actually dangerous to humans in any form. We have no reason to believe Yaravirus is any different, but it does present a unique opportunity for scientists to add to their knowledge of virus genomes.”
While that sounds well and good, a lot of folks are saying it’s perfectly justifiable to be concerned about this new state-of-the-art virus, as more people are beginning to believe the coronavirus is potentially a bioweapon.
University of Illinois College of Law professor Dr. Francis Boyle, the man who drafted the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989, has stated his belief on the record that coronavirus is a bioweapon.
Creepily, a training exercise was held last year by the Gates Foundation and was focused on a virus that started in Brazil and traveled around the world killing 65 million people:
Event 201, which was hosted by the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, took place in October 2019and featured a simulation in which a novel zoonotic coronavirus spread throughout the world and caused 65 million deaths worldwide. In the preparedness scenario, the coronavirus started in Brazil rather than China.
“Once you’re in the midst of a severe pandemic, your options are very limited,” said Eric Toner, a senior scholar at the Center for Health Security at Johns Hopkins University. “The greatest good can happen with pre-planning.”
The event was hosted in New York City and attended by some of the most influential business leaders, government officials, and health officials. Attendees claimed that it really helped them rethink how they would handle disaster preparedness if such a situation were to arise…
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and globalist World Economic Forum helped to put on the event…
Again, concerns that this is all some sort of bioweapon might seem like a tinfoil hat theory, but that could not be further from the truth. There’s actually a lot of support for the idea that the coronavirus is a potential bioweapon. Even if that’s the case, that doesn’t mean the Yaravirus is anything like that, but it’s not beyond the realm of possibility either.
There’s nothing more terrifying than the idea of a bioweapon in the form of a virus. We have to interact with each other on a daily basis, which automatically means that any sort of weapon like this could leave a population decimated in a short amount of time. Here’s to hoping solid answers on all of this are revealed soon.