The Five Eyes Intelligence Alliance, a network of intelligence services from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, have been investigating some very strange things surrounding the Wuhan Institute of Virology and the death of a top-level Chinese military scientist.

Zhou Yusen was not only a military scientist, but he also had connections to Shi Zhengli, the Chinese virologist known as “Bat Woman.” She had been instrumental in the work done on bat coronaviruses at the Wuhan Institute’s lab.

Not only that, but Zhou had also been the first scientists ever to file a patent for a coronavirus vaccine. He filed his patent way back in February of 2020. To make matter even stranger, Zhou died a few weeks later under extremely mysterious circumstances.

What Were the Chinese Doing?

A number of very serious questions emerge from all of this information. First, why was Zhou, a military scientist, involved with the Wuhan Institute of Virology? This suggests that the institute’s lab may have been used for military research purposes, which feeds into, even if it does not quite prove, the theory that the novel coronavirus which has been ravaging the world was not only designed in a lab but was intended to be a bioweapon.

National security and intelligence experts associated with the Five Eyes have told Australian news sources that they believe that the Wuhan Institute of Virology was engaged in “secret military activity.”

Secondly, how was Zhou able to create and patent a coronavirus vaccine so quickly? Nikolai Petrovsky, a researcher Flinders University who happens to be working on his own coronavirus vaccine right now, said, when asked to comment on this fact, that while it’s not absolutely impossible to develop a vaccine to a new virus so quickly, it would be totally unprecedented. “This is something we have never seen achieved before, raising the question of whether this work may have started much earlier,” he said.

If the coronavirus was a bioweapon, it would make sense that the Chinese government would have a vaccine pre-prepared and ready to go.

Next, why and how did Zhou Yusen die? He had been an excellent scientist who had won many awards for his work in China, yet his death attracted almost no notice or public commemoration of any kind there. His death was only mentioned in one obscure Chinese media report and at the end of one scientific paper. The Five Eyes say that they are currently investigating the matter.

And perhaps the last and most important question is why are we only finding out about all of this now? Patent filings are public records. Anyone who wanted to discover the filing of this coronavirus vaccine patent could have done so much earlier, and he could have connected it to the death of Zhou Yusen and the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

Why has this eluded the mainstream media for so long? And why have alternative and independent media outlets, many of whom had been reporting on these and similar connections for over a year now, been viciously denounced as peddlers of “conspiracy theories”? Why has Big Tech been working so hard to spread the sharing of this crucial information before now?

With a mess-up of this magnitude, no one should ever again take the mainstream media seriously when they label someone a “conspiracy theorist.”