U.S Universities have been part of numerous instances where they have worked with scientists of China’s People’s Liberation Army, whether to train or collaborate, using U.S. taxpayer dollars.
This would include Emory University being outed as a training ground for Chinese Military Scientists, with links to biowarfare research funding from Dr. Anthony Fauci.
U.S taxpayers have provided Fauci funds, through the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases to EcoHealth Alliance in New York City, which then gave funds to the Wuhan Institute of Virology – the birthplace of the covid-19 pandemic.
Johns Hopkins University has also been the recipient of billions of dollars from U.S taxpayers, and like many other institutions, John Hopkins University has also trained scientists working for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Johns Hopkins University didn’t simply collaborate, however, as it seems that they assisted the CCP with their foreign policy agenda and pushing out China’s propaganda in the United States and worldwide.
In 2018, Deputy Director Anita Cicero and Senior Scholar Caitlin Rivers from the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, attended a meeting with a group of Chinese legal experts and scientists, to discuss, “How to Prevent the Safety Risks That Synthetic Biotechnology May Cause.”
Led by Professor Zhang Weiwen, Director of the Biosafety Strategy Research Center of Tianjin University and also attended by Vice President and Professor Yuan Yingjin, a research collaborator for many years with Johns Hopkins University, who is believed to be a sponsor for the training of Chinese scientists at the Johns Hopkins campus
Gateway Pundit reported on the close ties between the University and the CCP:
In 1996, Zhang Weiwen received a Ph.D. in microbial molecular biology from the Shanghai Institute of Plant Physiology.
Between 2001 and 2012, Zhang Weiwen was employed by Paradigm Genetics in North Carolina, the U.S. Department of Energy’s Northwest National Laboratory and was a faculty member at the Institute of Biodesign at Arizona State University.
Zhang Weiwen, a member of the Chinese Communist Party, returned to China as a specially-appointed professor of the “Thousand Talents Program” and a specially-appointed expert of the Tianjin Municipal People’s Government.
Zhang Weiwen is a major proponent of synthetic biology, designated as a national focus area by the Chinese Communist Party to achieve biotechnology dominance. He is also an expert on biosafety and biosecurity, a Chinese military synonym for biowarfare.
Synthetic biology is a key element of China’s military doctrine, embraced by Major General Chen Wei – Director of the Institute of Biotechnology, Academy of Military Medical Sciences and presumed head of China’s biological warfare program.
A second meeting at Tianjin University was held on June 28, 2018, in which Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Senior Scholar Gigi Gronvall also participated.
One attendee at both meetings, who would be the author of the main product of those meetings, was Yang Xue, a Chinese Communist Party legal expert with reported connections to China’s intelligence service.
That main product was the “Tianjin Biosecurity Guidelines for Codes of Conduct for Scientists,” which claims to “focus on the prevention of intentional misuse of bioscience research.”
Also in 2018, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security also attended a conference in Geneva, Switzerland. Titled “Global Forum on Scientific Advances Important to the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention: Held in Conjunction with the 2018 Meeting of State Parties to the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention,” and Gigi Gronvall and Zhang Weiwen, chaired a session that appeared to support the CCP and the People’s Liberation Army.
They then co-hosted another conference in 2019 with the Tianjin University Center for Biosafety Research and Strategy to discuss, “Biosafety and Biosecurity in the Era of Synthetic Biology: Meeting the Challenges in China and the United States.”
Major General Yi-Gang Tong of the People’s Liberation Army, a leader in China’s biowarfare program, was in attendance.
Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security claimed the conference that it “brought together leading experts and emerging leaders from China and the US to discuss the ways, both positive and negative, that synthetic biology may alter the social and economic frameworks of modern humanity.”
The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security endorsed the “Tianjin Biosecurity Guidelines for Codes of Conduct for Scientists,” in July 2021 and in September 2021, China and Pakistan requested that the United Nations, included in revisions of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention.
An important note to remember would be this: the Director of Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, Tom Inglesby and senior Scholar Gigi Gronvall did everything they could to cover up the origins of COVID-19 from the world.