Peak Prosperity, Released on 5/4/20
Picking up on our last video about the Newsweek report that the US has been funding bat coronavirus ‘gain of function’ research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, we dig further into the “Was covid-19 created in a lab?” debate. Digging into the biochemistry of viruses, we are struck in particular by a genetic string of RNA in covid-19 — specifically the polybasic furin cleavage site PRRA — that has all the appearance of an “insert” (i.e., something that does NOT look like a natural mutation). Chris walks through the science in today’s video. But as he does, he’s expresses disappointment and angered at some of America’s most prominent virologists — who seem to be more concerned with CYA tactics (perhaps because they were involved in the gain of function research?) than embracing the truth. Look, now is the time when we need our leaders most, and that for sure includes our heroes of science. It seems crazy to suspect they may be lying to us right now. Hopefully they aren’t and they help us get the truth on the virus fully onto the table and into the light of day. But until that happens, we need to keep questioning, thinking critically, and making up our minds for ourselves.
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Christopher Martenson is a former American biochemical scientist. Currently he is a writer and trend forecaster interested in macro trends regarding the economy, energy composition and environment. He is the founder of PeakProsperity.com. As one of the early econobloggers who forecasted the housing market collapse and stock market correction years in advance, Chris rose to prominence with the launch of his seminal video seminar which later became a book called The Crash Course. Chris’ latest book (co-authored with Adam Taggart) is called Prosper!: How to Prepare for the Future and Create a World Worth Inheriting.