One of Japan’s leading virologists is raising the alarm after discovering evidence to suggest that strains of Covid have been manufactured.
In a video posted on social media, Professor Takayuki Miyazawa from Kyoto University issued an emotionally charged statement about his findings.
Miyazawa is a top virologist and associate professor at the university’s Institute for Life and Medical Sciences.
In the video, Miyazawa tries to warn the public that governments have been lying about Covid.
Interestingly, Miyazawa is a prominent pro-vaccine advocate in Japan.
He played a key role in helping the Japanese government urge the public to get vaccinated by assuring them that the shots help reduce the spread of the virus.
Vidoes of Miyazawa sttaement were shared on YouTube and Twitter/X.
The video on X, posted Thursday, has already racked up millions of views.
“We often appear on TV but there are many things that cannot be said on TV,” Miyazawa says in the video.
“There are many things that cannot be said on YouTube.
“There are many things that cannot be said on Twitter.”
“Only researchers know what is true.
“Researchers can directly obtain data and analyze it.
“And when they analyze it, they can learn a lot of things.
“We can’t communicate that,” he notes.
“So I’m not sure what Japan is doing.”
“By examining the amino acid sequences you can immediately understand what is being done.
“If you analyze it, it’s obvious.”
Takayuki Miyazawa is a professor and virologist at Kyoto University.
He is a pro-vaccine advocate, and has been pushing operations to reduce the transmission of coronavirus.
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Professor Miyazawa has published over 250 academic papers and studies in the areas of virology, disease, veterinary medicine, and microbial ecology.
Yet his most recent paper has the world talking and deeply moved him into action to alert others to what he has found.
He is now speaking out to warn the public, despite the risk of losing his longstanding position at the highly regarded Kyoto University.
Researchers and virologists around the world were baffled at the evolution and rapid dominance of the Omicron variant of SARAS-CoV-2 after being first identified in November of 2021.
Miyazawa teamed up with Japanese research scientist Professor Tomo Tanaka to conduct a year-long study to solve the mystery.
The evidence is presented in their paper titled, “Unnatural evolutionary processes of SARS-CoV-2 variants and possibility of deliberate natural selection.”
The paper was published in September of 2023.
The results of the study are potentially earth-shattering.
Using the Basic Local Alignment Search Tool (BLAST) program, the pair of researchers examined nearly 400 Omicron-related variants.
They sought to identify regions of similarity between protein or nucleotide sequences to understand the order of mutations leading to their formation.
What they found led them to conclude that the formation of a part of Omicron isolates BA.1, BA.1.1, and BA.2 was not the product of genome evolution.
They conclude their findings by writing:
“This study aims to point out that SARS-CoV-2 has undergone unthinkable mutations based on conventional coronavirus mutation mechanisms, and we hope that the possibility of artificial creation is included in serious discussions on the formation of SARS-CoV-2 variants.”
When displayed in graphical form, the variants displayed an incremental and methodically stepped-down ordering.
The pattern is something that simply does not appear in nature.
Natural mutations are random, and once they mutate, they don’t revert back.
However, what professors Miyazawa and Tanaka found was that the Omicron mutations were switched off, and then back on step by step down the evolutionary ladder.
“Perfect reversion of mutations like this, on such a scale, is completely implausible by any natural process.
“The variants found by Tanaka and Miyazawa can best be described as a ‘panel’ of reversion mutations.
“This kind of panel is exactly what a researcher would create to systematically test the contribution of different elements of a virus to its activity.”
Viruses undergo only two types of mutations.
Synonymous, functionally silent, and evolutionarily neutral mutations accrue in the background whereas non-synonymous mutations are the prime movers that can change the function and abilities of a virus.
In natural evolution, the ratio of synonymous (silent) mutations is always higher than the rarer non-synonymous mutations.
Yet when it came to the spike protein, the business end of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the researchers write:
“Concerning the genetic variation in the S protein of these variants, most of the mutations were non-synonymous.
“There were no synonymous mutations in the Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta, or Mu variants, but only one each in the Lambda and Omicron variants.”
In the video shared on social media, Miyazawa issued a chilling warning to the public.
“The governments have been completely taken over by evil people!” he declared.