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What is the secret of Hong Kong P3 Virus Lab?

According to Chinese Whistleblowers, there is a “secret dark house” close to the Hong Kong P3 virus lab that holds an oversize freezer full of samples of different lethal virus strains. They say that it's here that scientists engage in illegal toxic virus research, including the likes of Ebola and West Nile virus.

Malik Peiris is a renowned Sri Lankan pathologist and virologist associated with the Hong Kong P3 Virus Lab. 

Dr. Peiris "became really interested in influenza, and is a leading authority in the diagnosis, and pathogenesis of human and animal influenza viruses. He is currently a Professor in the Departments of Microbiology at the University of Hong Kong, and Honorary Consultant Microbiologist at the Queen Mary Hospital in Hong Kong. His team of investigators are one of the first groups to isolate and identify the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) virus, according to the National Institutes of Health's public medicine libraries."* He is an advisor to WHO on coronavirus.**

After its 2003 findings on coronavirus, the Hong Kong P3 Lab became a highly-regarded world authority on the coronavirus. Dr. Peiris established his preeminence in much of the related research, as reflected in grants from the Research Grants Council, Hong Kong. However, the Whistleblowers allege that he and his team received significant research funds from sources, again unverified, that include the CCP, the U.S. military and many others. They also say, likewise unverified, that the main research Dr. Peiris did for the CCP, perhaps unknown to him, is in fact illegal research on Ebola and West Nile Viruses for 14-day asymptomatic transmission. This is why the CCP knew to immediately implement the 14-day quarantine measures after the Wuhan Virus outbreak, say the Whistleblowers.

In spite of his professional gravitas, on May 10, 2020 Dr. Peiris suddenly announced his retirement from Hong Kong University. He left for Sri Lanka, following on the heels of Dr. Yan's successful defection from Hong Kong University on April 29, 2020. 

Immediately after Dr. Yan’s defection, her husband of a 6-years, a Sri Lankan top virologist who remained behind in the Hong Kong lab, wrote a letter to Whistleblowers' Lude Media that claimed his wife is a psychopath. Her husband had just learned that Dr. Yan had revealed to Lude Media that Hong Kong's P3 lab had conducted secret studies on the Wuhan outbreak in January, 2020. Lude Media says her husband was so scared that he furiously said, “They're gonna kill all of us.“ Since then, the Whistleblowers, who have Dr. Yan in hiding, say that she has vigilantly escaped three attempted murders - at home, in a hospital and by the beach.

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The Chinese who follow this case passionately say that "it is human self who ultimately destroys mankind. The good news is that God hasn’t thought of ending human civilization on Earth and has sent the beautiful Dr. Yan to us. Otherwise the consequences would be unimaginable."

More scientists have been successively fleeing out of Wuhan and Hong Kong labs, to the western world, says Lude Media. Dr. Yan is only the first one to have appeared the public. Others may not speak English or are shy about TV publicity, but Whistleblowers say that they have defected with hard evidence on the CCP’s ambition in the biological warfare with the free and democratic world.

What will happen to the CCP? Time will tell, so stay tuned.

***Joseph Malik Peiris was born in Sri Lanka, and graduated from the University of Ceylon in 1972. He then went to the UK, where he completed his DPhil at the University of Oxford in 1981 followed by his MRCPath at the Royal College of Pathologists in 1982. He returned to Sri Lanka and set up the first virology laboratory at the University of Peradeniya. He returned to the UK in 1988, and worked as a consultant virologist at the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle Upon Tyne.

In 1995, he joined the University of Hong Kong and has been there since. His research interests are diverse, and have included arboviruses, malaria, and human herpes viruses 6 and 7. He is a leading authority in the diagnosis, and pathogenesis of human and animal influenza viruses. 

***US National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health