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National citizen George Christensen suggests that China may have created a coronavirus in Wuhan’s laboratory

Australian government MP George Christensen has called on China to make reparations for the worldwide spread of the coronavirus and has also urged investigations into reports that COVID-19 comes from a laboratory in Wuhan.

The National Party member for Dawson’s seat in northern Queensland said on Tuesday that China should be held responsible for the corona virus, which has killed nearly 38,000 people worldwide after spreading from the country’s eastern Hubei province.

Mr. Christensen spoke to Alan Jones on Sydney’s 2GB radio on Tuesday and said, “Whether it was negligent or deliberate, they did the wrong thing.”

Mr. Chistensen reiterated a theory that the South China University of Technology published a report in February that the virus may have come from a research facility less than 300 meters from Wuhan’s Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market.

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The controversial Australian government MP, George Christensen, has insinuated that China may have created a coronavirus in a laboratory in Wuhan, less than 300 meters from the Huanan seafood market (pictured in January 2020)

Controversial Australian government MP George Christensen has insinuated that China may have created a coronavirus in a laboratory in Wuhan, less than 300 meters from the Huanan seafood market (pictured in January 2020)

Dawson's Nationals member, in northern Queensland, has also suggested that China, Australia's largest trading partner, should pay reparations for the COVID-19 pandemic. Pictured is George Christensen in London campaigning last month for the release of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

Dawson's Nationals member, in northern Queensland, has also suggested that Australia's largest trading partner China should pay reparations for the COVID-19 pandemic. Pictured is George Christensen in London campaigning last month for the release of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

Dawson’s Nationals member, in northern Queensland, has also suggested that Australia’s largest trading partner China should pay reparations for the COVID-19 pandemic. Pictured is George Christensen in London campaigning last month for the release of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

“I know this is controversial, but the South China University of Technology printed a report that was quickly removed from the Internet, saying that the deadly coronavirus probably came from a laboratory in Wuhan.

“That was in that report. It was taken from the internet. The report was supported by the Chinese natural science foundation, but suddenly disappeared.

Everyone tries to defecate that idea. There are many questions about it. We need to get to the bottom of that. ‘

In January, a Republican Senator from Arkansas from the United States, Tom Cotton, suggested that China deliberately created the corona virus.

“We still don’t know where the coronavirus comes from,” he tweeted.

“It could be a market, a farm, a food processing company.

His explosive claim is based on a report published by the South China University of Technology in February suggesting that the virus may have come from a research facility just 300 meters from the Wuhan fish market

His explosive claim is based on a report published by the South China University of Technology in February suggesting that the virus may have come from a research facility just 300 meters from the Wuhan fish market

His explosive claim is based on a report published by the South China University of Technology in February suggesting that the virus may have come from a research facility just 300 meters from the Wuhan fish market

“I’d like to note that Wuhan has the only super level four biosecurity lab in China that works with the world’s deadliest pathogens, including, yes, coronavirus. ‘

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Mr. Christensen also agreed when Jones suggested that China should pay compensation for the worldwide spread of the disease, which has devastated both the global economy and its health effects.

“Absolutely right, they have to pay reparations,” he said.

“There is a lot of speculation: at the bottom they did not respond quickly enough. It is negligence. ‘

Mr. Christensen quoted a report from the University of Southampton, published earlier this month, that coronavirus cases could have been reduced by 95 percent if the Chinese authorities had gone public three weeks earlier.

He also claimed that the report of South China University of Technology, from Botao Xiao and Lei Xiao, was removed from the Internet.

In January, a Republican senator from the United States from Arkansas, Tom Cotton, proposed that China deliberately created the corona virus

In January, a Republican senator from the United States from Arkansas, Tom Cotton, proposed that China deliberately created the corona virus

In January, a Republican senator from the United States from Arkansas, Tom Cotton, proposed that China deliberately created the corona virus

The corona virus insinuated by Mr Christensen may not have accidentally come from contaminated bat meat on the wet market. Depicted are Wuhan residents wearing facial masks on March 31

The corona virus insinuated by Mr Christensen may not have accidentally come from contaminated bat meat on the wet market. Depicted are Wuhan residents wearing facial masks on March 31

The corona virus insinuated by Mr Christensen may not have accidentally come from contaminated bat meat on the wet market. Depicted are Wuhan residents wearing facial masks on March 31

Media outlets, including MailOnline, reported their findings that the Wuhan Center for Disease Control has kept disease-ridden animals in laboratories, including 605 bats.

A republished 1989 book by American author Dean Koontz, The Eyes of Darkness, had a plot where a germ was created in a laboratory in China called Wuhan 400.

CORONAVIRUS CASES IN AUSTRALIA: 4559

New South Wales: 2.032

Victoria: 917

Queensland: 743

Western Australia: 364

South Australia: 337

Australian Capital Territory: 80

Tasmania: 69

Northern Territory: 15

TOTAL CASES: 4,559

RESTORED: 312

DEAD: 19

The original 1981 edition instead featured a biological weapon called Gorki 400 designed by Russians.

Jones told his listeners that the World Health Organization, led by former Ethiopian Foreign Minister Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, were “licks of China.”

“They got bundles of cash from China,” he said.

“So this mafia, instead of managing world health, were apologists for China.”

Australia imposed a travel ban in China in February, but Prime Minister Scott Morrison has only fully closed the border to non-nationals arriving until March 20.

Professor Brendan Murphy, Australia’s Chief Medical Officer, pointed out that the WHO had not supported the travel ban in an attempt to stem the coronavirus outbreak, before stating too late that it was a pandemic.

Mr. Christensen (pictured with his Filipino wife April Asuncion) wanted China to be held responsible for the worldwide spread of COVID-19

Mr. Christensen (pictured with his Filipino wife April Asuncion) wanted China to be held responsible for the worldwide spread of COVID-19

Mr. Christensen (pictured with his Filipino wife April Asuncion) wanted China to be held responsible for the worldwide spread of COVID-19

“The thing about border measures is a very debated area. The World Health Organization has never supported travel restrictions at all, “he told ABC’s Four Corners program, which aired Monday night.

“We believed, and we haven’t done much in the past, we believed the risk was so great that we imposed travel restrictions that are greater than just about any country in the world.”

Australia's chief medical officer, Professor Brendan Murphy (pictured), pointed out that the WHO had not supported the travel ban in an attempt to stem the coronavirus outbreak, before stating too late that it was a pandemic

Australia's chief medical officer, Professor Brendan Murphy (pictured), pointed out that the WHO had not supported the travel ban in an attempt to stem the coronavirus outbreak, before stating too late that it was a pandemic

Australia’s chief medical officer, Professor Brendan Murphy (pictured), pointed out that the WHO had not supported the travel ban in an attempt to stem the coronavirus outbreak, before stating too late that it was a pandemic

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