At what first appears to be an average Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today mundanely setting forth the agenda for next month’s meeting between President Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping, begins becoming unsettling when the first item listed for critical discussion stunningly reveals that Beijing sees the current pork supply crisis as far more severe than the Hong Kong protests and the US-China trade war—and then falls into absolute terror because of an attached document prepared by the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Supervision (ROSSELKHOZNADZOR) warning that the never before seen Arctic oases erupting with plant life only 1,000 miles away from North Pole to the shock of their scientists is now bringing to the brink of extinction the Northern reindeer, 40,000 of which have perished since the last count in 2017—an extinction now being linked to an ancient RNA virus that was shockingly for the first time in history discovered in a Siberian puppy frozen in the permafrost for 14,300 years ago, and is now believed to have caused the extinction of over 150 million woolly mammoths—but whose being released into our modern world has unleashed a terrible pandemic killing pigs all around the world which even the United States is now rapidly preparing for—in China has wiped out 300 million pigs, over half of its total numbers—and, according to the World Organization of Animal Health, has spread to more than 50 countries. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
According to this report, one of the most enduring mysteries of ancient times was what caused the rapid extinction of over 150 million woolly mammoths throughout the entire Northern Hemisphere—an apocalypse which saw tens-of-millions of other mammals, large and small, accompany the mammoths into extinction—to include the woolly rhinoceros, wolf, fox, lion, brown bear, camel, deer, ground sloth, pika, wolverine, ferret, ground squirrel, moose, reindeer, yak, musk ox, giant beaver, lemming, porcupine, coyote, skunk, mastodon, antelope, sheep, voles, hare and rabbit, plus many species of birds, rodents, horses, and bisons—and to support needed a large variety of herbaceous vegetation which would have required a long growing season with warm soil and rapid spring growth—and whose closest counterpart in the world today would be the Serengeti region in Africa.
The suddenness of this mass extinction of tens-of-millions of ancient animal species, this report continues, for centuries has perplexed scientists—a confusion which, in turn, has produced numerous competing theories—one of the most controversial of which supposes that a sudden freezing of the Northern Hemisphere caused this apocalypse—and is based upon plant material being found intact within the stomachs of woolly mammoths—but which modern science now knows would be expected as elephants don’t digest food in their stomachs, rather this occurs in their intestines and colon.
During the past few years, this report notes, Western scientists studying the DNA of woolly mammoths said the last of them to walk the Earth were so wracked with genetic disease that they lost their sense of smell, shunned company, and had a strange shiny coat—with their further asserting that they were driven to extinction by environmental factors and possibly human hunting about 10,000 years ago—whose finding were based solely on the deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) molecule composed of two chains that coil around each other to form a double helix carrying genetic instructions for the development, functioning, growth and reproduction of all known organisms and many viruses—but did not include an examination of the ribonucleic acid (RNA) polymeric molecule essential in various biological roles in coding, decoding, regulation and expression of genes—both of which, along with lipids, proteins and carbohydrates, constitute the four major macromolecules essential for all known forms of life.
While DNA encodes the hard copy of genes, and can survive thousands of years if conditions are right, this report details, RNA molecules live an average of only two minutes—so it wasn’t surprising that Western scientists couldn’t study or examine it in their woolly mammoth tissue samples since it didn’t exist—but for the first time in history, has now astonishingly been discovered in a wolf-dog hybrid unearthed from Russian permafrost where it was buried for 14,300 years—has now become the oldest RNA sequenced by far, surpassing the next oldest one by at least 13,000 years—and caused these scientists to declare: “To our delight, we found that not only did we find RNA from various tissues, but in some case the signal was so strong that we could distinguish between tissues in a way that makes biological sense”.
Russian and Korean scientific researchers perform autopsy on over 14,000-year-old wolf-dog hybrid (above) and shockingly find intact RNA
Discovered within the RNA of this over 14,000-year-old wolf-dog hybrid that went extinct along with the woolly mammoths and tens-of-millions of other species, this report continues, was a previously unknown virus—specifically an RNA virus whose notable human diseases caused by it include the Ebola virus disease, SARS, rabies, common cold, influenza, hepatitis C, hepatitis E, West Nile fever, polio and measles—a finding made by scientists working at the State Research Centre of Virology and Biotechnology near Novosibirsk in the Siberian region—and after making this discovery, saw this research laboratory being rocked by a massive explosion—which is the exact protocol demanded to occur when a newly discovered virus becomes unable to be contained or controlled.
[Ron: Discernment required. How likely is it that a single 'virus' is a direct cause of all the disease conditions referred too? And how can anyone claim to know that it causes all the dieseases referred too if it is a "previously unknown virus"?].
Though not mentioned in this report, we do find it more than curious that it does mention this ancient RNA virus is so virulent it could only be safely transported via a submarine—its being classified as a potential weapon needing to be stored at only the most secure weapons facilities—and a proposal being made to see how it would interact with weapons grade nuclear materials—all of which, along with the laboratory it was discovered in, saw mysterious blasts occurring over these past few months.
Equally concerning to us is this report concluding with a section discussing the interplay between RNA viruses and soil as it pertains to the sudden explosion of poppies, dandelions and daisies blooming in never before seen Arctic oases just 1,000 miles from the North Pole—the feeding grounds of Northern reindeer who are now rapidly dying to the point of near extinction—and where also millions of birds feed in this Siberian tundra before migrating south through China on their way to other parts of Asia—the numbers of which crashed by 70% this past winter—and where the greatest pig extinction event the world has ever seen has spread from to encircle the entire globe—whose ending of no once can predict—but whose grave effects of now being felt include China driving imports of US pork to its highest level in history as their nationwide “pork panic” threatens their entire economy—pork prices in Europe soaring to new highs as Hungary’s pig herds have now come under threat—sees North Korea hiding this “apocalypse in the making”—and today in the United States sees its top officials declaring: “We got everyone involved in terms of state troopers, diagnostic labs, private veterinarians and state officials, trying to figure out where the virus was…As far as controlling it here, the closer we can get to that index case [the first identified case in an outbreak], the better we can control it”—all of which is occurring just a year after the world’s top scientists warned “Disease X” would soon kill millions.