New Analysis: ‘100% Probability’ CCP Virus Came from a Lab

 Dr. Steven Quay, chairman and CEO of Atossa Therapeutics, explains his new Bayesian analysis that shows a 100 percent probability that the CCP virus “came from a lab.”

“I would like the public to have a vigorous understanding of this,” said Dr. Quay.

Stephen K. Bannon blasted the CCP for its involvement.

“The Chinese Communist Party has lied for 50 years. they basically built a Chernobyl…in Wuhan that the [People’s Liberation Army] PLA controls,” he said.

READ Dr. Quay’s white paper: SARS-CoV-2 is not a natural zoonosis but instead is laboratory derived

Eastern Europe: Russia Ready To Help Iran Build More Reactors At Bushehr Nuclear Power Plantby Tsarizm StaffJanuary 26, 2021084

Russia is ready to help the Iranian regime build new nuclear power units at the Bushehr nuclear power plant on the Persian Gulf.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov held a press conference with his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif on Tuesday, reported Russian state news agency TASS.

“Particularly we discussed cooperation on construction of new power units of the Busher Nuclear Power Plant in Iran and overall welcomed the drive of all our colleagues from the economic block of the governments of the two countries and Russian and Iranian business circles to comprehensively expand multifaceted partnership,” he said.

Sudan Is Praying for America

We had a powerful missionary speaker from South Sudan at our service today at church. She told us that her team and those in Sudan were fasting and praying for America after this election. They understand that I strong America is a bastion of freedom for the entire world. Those people have so little they have almost nothing, but they are willing to fast and pray for the United States.

Dangerous Precedent: France To Create Religious/Political Database

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The government of France will include information about the faith and political opinions in the police files of people who could be a threat to national security.


The Interior Ministry has issued three decrees that now allow to collect information about the “political opinions”, “philosophical or religious convictions” and “labour union membership” of individuals followed by the government for representing potential threats to the state.


Views expressed on social media will also be collected, the government confirmed.


Until now, the law only allowed to gather information about the “activities” of individuals, not opinions or beliefs.

Several labour unions have denounced the move as a dangerous step towards more “state surveillance”. Human rights organisation Amnesty International also denounced that now “not only people but groups” could be surveyed, adding that the new rules allow authorities to analyse the “lifestyle and movements” of citizens.
An appeal against these decrees was rejected by the Council of State on 4th January.