Reaping What We Have Sown

There is no doubt about it. The world has drastically changed since the Covid-19 invasion. We have all suffered greatly. There have been losses so great that the full extent will never be known. How did this happen?

Friends, family, Facebook contacts, and others continually express their anger at China for having created and released the boogieman. It appears to be clear that the Wuhan Institute of Virology developed and either wittingly or unwittingly released the virus. So, the anger seems to have been properly directed; at first.

For months, there were rumors circulating about the possible financing of “gain of function” research by the United States at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. The rumor was that that the U.S. financed the research to be conducted upon coronavirus. It is no longer a rumor. It is a fact.

Why would the U.S. do that? The possible answers range from galactically stupid to inherently evil. There are no good answers. For too long now, the U.S. has operated outside the boundaries of civilized society and outside its own legal boundaries. It invades countries over fake rationales; i.e., weapons of mass destruction. The U.S. kills people by drone strikes with no due process. In this instance, it financed research specifically focused upon creating a version of coronavirus that would be a dire and uncontrollable threat to humanity. It succeeded in its quest.

Those of us in the U.S. have known about the actions of this country. We have chosen to look the other way out of convenience. Now, we reap the rewards of not acting to bring our government under control.



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David B. Christian

David B. Christian

Born in Woodward, Oklahoma in 1961. Graduated Woodward High School 1979. Bachelor of Arts and Juris Doctorate from University of Oklahoma in 1985 and 1988.