You have to be really careful with things possibly able to be hacked at any given moment what you say to certain people that you don’t want to get out.
Hell, I use email every single day in my life for work but if there is something really important and confidential I will actually get out the I will still get out the old book of stamps and write the person. You know, that whole burn after reading thing.
Anyway, to be perfectly serious, the messages that have been leaked from China about the beginnings of the COVID pandemic are so unsettling in the idea that you know that they probably could have contained this before it got as bad as it did by the time the United States learned about it…
What is in a name? Explosive leaked emails have emerged from Dr. Shi Zhengli Chief of the Wuhan Institute of Virology also known to the media as the “Bat Woman”.
Zhengli’s emails reveal that contrary to narratives from Beijing: Chinese communist officials are obsessed with saving face by changing the name of the China Virus officially named “SARS-CoV-2” and far less so about actually fighting the virus. Why? The U.S. Sun reported,
Emails that have been revealed by US Right to Know a non-profit organization for public health, have exposed that Dr. Shi was among Chinese leaders fighting to change the name of the Coronavirus in 2019. Gary Ruskin, US Right to Know’s Executive Director, told The Sun Online:
“WHAT IS INTERESTING ABOUT THESE EMAILS IS THE INVOLVEMENT OF CHINESE SCIENTISTS – INCLUDING SHI ZHENGLI – IN THE POLITICAL EFFORT TO CHANGE THE NAME OF SARS-COV-2.
IT SHOWS THEIR CONSCRIPTION INTO POLITICAL PROCESSES.
THEY ARE ENGAGING IN AN INHERENTLY POLITICAL PROCESS OF NAMING OR RENAMING THE NOVEL CORONAVIRUS. THE POWER TO NAME IS THE POWER TO DEFINE.”
Wuhan Emails Show Beijing’s Intense Political Pressure
The Emails from Dr. Shi dated February 13, 2019, at the beginning of the global panic revealed she was lobbying for the Chinese Communist Party’s narrative with the Coronavirus Study Group (CSG) of the International Committee on Virus Taxonomy, who were responsible for christening the virus.