In this interview philosophy professor Sterling Harwood lays out the case for COVID being a bioweapon. He points out that the official timeline, according to which COVID-19 emerged in December 2019 in Wuhan, China, has been proven wrong. In fact, the novel coronavirus was spreading earlier in the US and Europe:
“There are all sorts of reports and findings of the virus before December 1st, when the first patient was known to have COVID in China. John Hankey was able to find French X-rays that have the very distinctive ground glass appearance. They found multiple (such X-rays taken) November 15th. By the way, that’s the same day that President Trump took a mysterious and urgent sudden visit to Walter Reed National Medical Military Center …an unscheduled visit, no heads-up to the hospital. The cover story was that it was the first part of his two-part physical…(but) you don’t even need to leave the White House to have the physical. And Pence was put on notice that the president might be anesthetized, so he should be on stand-by.
“So you can (find COVID-19) as early as November 15th in France, and also, possibly as early as September, in Italy, in the Lombardi region…that doesn’t fit the narrative. People who want to blame COVID on China and justify our record military budget need a credible enemy, and who would be more credible than the Chinese?…
“It supposedly comes from bats—at least that’s the official story that people are settling on. And maybe it went through a pangolin, a more exotic animal than a bat. And then it (supposedly) emerged from nature in that way, where it has a spike that fits human lung tissue the way a lock fits into a key. And this is relevant because the tight fit means you can’t cough it (up). It’s a dry cough. You can’t cough it loose. Your body’s natural defense system is to deal with it once you cough it loose. But you can’t cough it up.
“It almost seems designed to be particularly nasty. Your natural defenses just can’t get rid of it. So they overreact with a cytokine storm, where your body releases everything it’s got at once, and you can die from your own fluids being chalk full of inflammatory cells and fluids.
“So how did they get that tight fit? It seems like a purposeful feature.
“One more thing is that it attacks so many different organ systems. It attacks the lungs, of course. But it also attacks the kidneys, and the heart, and the brain. It causes ‘brain fog’ as it’s called. It penetrates the blood-brain barrier, which is not unique, but it’s what you’d expect from a bioweapon. And it also attacks the blood vessels. So, holy cow! There are only a few things that it doesn’t attack!”
Sterling Harwood teaches philosophy at Evergreen Valley College in San Jose, CA. He holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Cornell University, and is also a lawyer in private practice. His most recent book is The Greatest Mystery of the Beatles: Critical Thinking on Paul is Dead & the Skeptical Sixties.