Spanish – China has demonstrated its intentions to achieve world hegemony through initiatives that often seem like something out of a fiction film.
A new theory claims that Xi Jinping’s regime has been collecting the DNA of people around the world for sinister purposes: creating biological weapons targeting ethnic groups, tracking dissidents, and establishing a surveillance state in the population.
To do so, he is allegedly buying up companies, subsidizing DNA testing, and participating in the creation of vaccines, such as that for COVID-19, warns Gordon Chang, author of the book, titled The Coming Collapse of China. Thus, China has managed to collect more than 80 million profiles, becoming the largest DNA database in the world.
He has studied this theory after two decades working between China and Hong Kong as a lawyer. During those years, he has been writing about China’s actions to achieve this global dominance. Chang is also an advisory board member of the Gatestone Institute, which has published an article on his findings.
The scams behind the COVID-19 vaccine
Chang cites as an example that in 2015, China hacked Anthem, the largest insurance company in the United States. The theft of personal information involved some 79 million customers, according to Fox News.
The cybercriminals allegedly stole names, dates of birth, postal and email addresses, as well as Social Security numbers.
Five years later, the Asian country would be using the coronavirus as an excuse to develop the vaccine, with intentions that do not seem good.
“Beijing is trying to extend its influence by making its vaccine available.” At the same time, it is “collecting very sensitive information about people outside of China,” Chang said during an interview.
He is not wrong. The Chinese regime has already promised to market 600 million doses by the end of the year and one billion by 2021.
Three vaccines from three Chinese companies are now in the third phase of clinical trials: Sinovac, one from Sinopharm, and one from Cansino Biologics. Some countries participating in these trials are Morocco, Jordan, Bahrain, Peru and Argentina.
Gordon Chang adds that China’s reasons for wanting this information involve dominating the biotechnology industry.
Paralyzing the world
There is another reason for Xi Jinping’s ambition: the development of new diseases. According to Chang, genetic data gives China the ability to create biological weapons that can target specific groups of people.
“People have said that biological weapons don’t work. Well, we know they work because we had the coronavirus, which may or may not have been a biological weapon,” Chang said, “but we know it paralyzed the United States, and that’s what Beijing is really looking for.”
The use of biological weapons is a sensitive issue that has been rejected by the United Nations and has prompted the creation of agreements to limit it, such as the Biological and Toxic Weapons Convention in force since 1975.