China’s Next Steps after COVID: Deadlier Pathogen and Super Soldiers

John Ratcliffe, the U.S. Director of National Intelligence, has vehemently criticized China for trying to modify humans to produce “super soldiers.” An expert on Chinese affairs spoke about horrifying plans being carried out in China.


Gordon G. Chang


Asia analyst

Gordon G. Chang graduated from Cornell University in 1973. He is a well-known columnist who makes frequent appearances on U.S. television programs. He is the author of “The Coming Collapse of China” (2001), among other books. Follow him on Twitter @GordonGChang.

Gordon: The Wuhan Institute of Virology publicly bragged it was storing more than 1,500 strains of the coronavirus, and it was, as a 2015 article in Nature noted, engineering chimeric coronaviruses.

China is almost certainly developing biological weapons designed to attack specific ethnic or racial groups.

China’s National Defense University, in the 2017 edition of the authoritative Science of Military Strategy, mentioned a new kind of biological warfare of ‘specific ethnic genetic attacks.’

Moreover, in May of last year, Bill Gertz reported in the Washington Times that American officials were concerned that China was experimenting with, in his words, ‘germ weapons capable of attacking ethnic groups.’


Coronavirus Is an Example of Unrestricted Warfare

China has adopted the doctrine of ‘unrestricted warfare.’ Everyone talks about how Chinese generals and admirals are changing the definition of war. Unfortunately, we have an example of how they are doing this through the coronavirus as one of China’s bioweapons.

So please do not think we are at peace. The world thinks it is at peace, but that’s not necessarily the same thing. The next pathogen could be far more deadly and contagious than the one causing Covid-19.


Creation of Super Soldiers Is Nazi-Like

China’s regime looks like it is building superhuman Chinese. Hu Jiankui of Shenzhen’s Southern University of Science and Technology announced in November 2018 that he had used CRISPR to edit human embryos that produced live births, in this case twin girls. He claimed he was making the babies resistant to HIV, but there is speculation he was also trying to enhance intelligence.

The announcement evoked Nazi eugenics programs. There is evidence that the Chinese government had backed Hu’s ‘world’s first’ experiment, which was considered unethical and dangerous.

Any regime that sees nothing wrong with mixing pig and monkey DNA to create a weird new animal will just love building a race of super soldiers. We have to be concerned what China’s next step will be.

China’s Next Steps after COVID: Deadlier Pathogen and Super Soldiers
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