‘Suicide Spreaders’: COVID-19 Now an Open Source Bioweapon for Intentional Spread
As incontrovertible evidence proves the COVID-19 coronavirus a manmade bioweapon originating at the BSL-4 lab in Wuhan, the lethality and transmissibility of the virus present a new opportunity for terrorists and Deep State elements around the world: The intentional contraction, cultivation and dispersal of a pathogen dozens of times more deadly than the common flu. The perfect weapon for disrupting an entire society and the world economy on the whole. Human bombs.
Forget suicide vests and car bombs. Security experts in multiple nations are now warning about human virus ‘bombs’ and intentional viral bombings by radical ideologues using the COVID-19 coronavirus as an open source bioweapon that can either be intentionally caught and spread by ‘suicide spreaders’ or captured, cultured, cultivated and preserved for additional future releases.
After paralyzing much of Asia, the COVID-19 pandemic is now making globalized inroads in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and North and South America. More than 250 cases are now reported in Italy, just days after the first case was reported. Six Italians are already dead of the disease. In South Korea, a woman attending a Sunday church service last week is believed to have infected more than 100 people simply by being in the same room as the new victims, giving new insight into a highly contagious airborne pathogen that spreads easily without the necessity of casual contact. More than 20 South Koreans have died in the first week of the outbreak there.
And all of that makes COVID-19 a ready made resource for terrorists to inflict mass casualties on an enemy nation while disrupting all aspects of a functional society and economy. As the virus spreads, ample opportunities for intentional self-exposure open the potential for ‘suicide spreaders’ to risk their own death in order to become infected and spread the disease to other targeted locations with intent to kill.
And economic fallout is only beginning.
Markets plunged Monday with news of the virus’s explosive spread into new nations and the prospect of a truly global health menace that some virologists predict could infect 50-70% of the human population and kill upwards of 10%.
Supply chain disruptions caused by the quarantining of more than 500-million people in China are being felt across Asia’s manufacturing empire. In South Korea, Samsung has idled multiple factories, citing shortages of Chinese microchips and other components for that companies popular cellphones and personal devices that are mass produced in Chinese factories.
The Dow Jones Industrials Average plummeted 400 points on the opening bell Monday before rebounding slightly on broad ranging concerns about the advancement of the COVID-19 disease and ancillary economic demand impacts across dozens of industries including air travel, hotel and leisure, oil and petrochemicals, technology manufacturing and even the global food trade which is now beset by customer concerns of viral contamination of packaging and food products.