George Webb claims censorship of patient zero — Maatje Benassi — worse than Chinese CCP as Google, LLC pulls down 580K views “intel” video — now viral in Red China

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In a strange twist of censorship fate, George Webb Sweigert (59 y.o., October 12, 1960) is claiming that forces within the U.S. Government are now censoring his video content, distributed from a rental house near the 18900 block of Wicomico River Drive, Cobb Island, Maryland 20625-3068.

George Webb’s video on the alleged patient zero — Maatje Benassi — had reached 580,000 views on the Google, LLC YouTube platform.  This morning the video was removed for “privacy concerns”.

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Major financial-focused magazines and slick Internet blog sites have now taken up the censorship of George Webb as a so-called cause cé·lè·bre.

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The Chinese state-run newspaper Global Times has been accused of spreading an unfounded conspiracy theory that a U.S. military cyclist was the source of the novel coronavirus outbreak. On March 25, the English-language newspaper urged the U.S. to “release health and infection information of the US military delegation which came to Wuhan for the Military World Games in October.” This, claimed the newspaper, would “end the conjecture about US military personnel bringing COVID-19 to China.”

The newspaper said it was responding to claims made by a U.S. “investigative journalist” George Webb who is described by the New York Times as a “far-right YouTube conspiracy theorist.”

Webb claims that the novel coronavirus was manufactured in a U.S. military lab and brought to China by diplomatic driver Maatje Benassi, a 52-year-old racing cyclist who was in Wuhan in October to take part in the Military World Games.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/carltonreid/2020/03/26/chinese-state-newspaper-stokes-conspiracy-theory-that-first-covid-19-patient-was-us-cyclist/#5a8e0c3d28dd

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Chinese state-run media are citing an American conspiracy theorist to push claims that coronavirus was brought to China by a U.S. military athlete.

The Global Times claimed in an article Wednesday that the coronavirus, which was first discovered in Wuhan, was in fact manufactured in a U.S. military lab and brought to China by a cyclist who took part in the World Military Games in Wuhan in October.

The CCP-run paper cites known U.S. conspiracy theorist George Webb as the source for the claim, which it admits lacks “strong evidence” but still raises questions about the U.S. athletes who traveled to Wuhan.

The Global Times also quotes Li Haidong, a professor of U.S. studies at the China Foreign Affairs University in Beijing, who challenges the U.S. to release “relevant information regarding the athlete’s health status and infection records to clear public doubts and help with the scientific study on the virus’ origin.”

https://www.nationalreview.com/news/chinese-state-media-falsely-claim-u-s-army-athlete-brought-coronavirus-to-china/

 

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By David Gilbert
Mar 26 2020, 5:36am

A Chinese state-run newspaper is pushing an unfounded conspiracy theory that a U.S. military athlete was the patient zero of coronavirus.

The Global Times, citing known U.S. conspiracy theorist George Webb, claims that the virus was manufactured in a U.S. military lab and brought to China by a cyclist who took part in the World Military Games in Wuhan in October.

The claim is part of a wider effort by the Chinese government to change the narrative about the origin of the coronavirus, as the Trump administration continues to label the pandemic as the “Chinese virus” or the “Wuhan virus.”

On Wednesday, Beijing doubled down by publishing the claims first put forward by Webb.

The Global Times admits that Webb’s conclusions are “without strong evidence”, but it also claims that Chinese citizens and experts are calling on the U.S. to publish details about the athletes who traveled to Wuhan.

Webb’s claim—which Global Times admitted had been made “without strong evidence”—has been widely discussed in China, and is in addition to a claim made by foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian who told his 300,000 Twitter followers on March 12 that the virus could have been manufactured by the U.S. Army.

https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/n7jmpx/china-is-now-blaming-a-lone-us-cyclist-for-coronavirus

 

Chinese state-run media are citing an American conspiracy theorist to push claims that coronavirus was brought to China by a U.S. military athlete.The Global Times claimed in an article Wednesday that the coronavirus, which was first discovered in Wuhan, was in fact manufactured in a U.S. military lab and brought to China by a cyclist who took part in the World Military Games in Wuhan in October.The CCP-run paper cites known U.S. conspiracy theorist George Webb as the source for the claim, which it admits lacks “strong evidence” but still raises questions about the U.S. athletes who traveled to Wuhan.The Global Times also quotes Li Haidong, a professor of U.S. studies at the China Foreign Affairs University in Beijing, who challenges the U.S. to release “relevant information regarding the athlete’s health status and infection records to clear public doubts and help with the scientific study on the virus’ origin.”

 

 

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Above:  Blog post of Robert David Steele

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Above:  Robert David Steele (l) with George Webb (r)

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Above:  George Webb Sweigert with “Hollywood film maker” Jason Goodman

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COBB ISLAND, MARYLAND CHARRETTE

 

According to Webb elements within the “deep state” have a vested interest in shutting down his Cobb Island, Maryland think tank, a so-called charrette.

charrette (American pronunciation: /ʃɑːˈrɛt/), often Anglicized to charette or charet and sometimes called a design charrette, is an intense period of design or planning activity.

The word charrette may refer to any collaborative session in which a group of designers drafts a solution to a design problem.

While the structure of a charrette varies, depending on the design problem and the individuals in the group, charrettes often take place in multiple sessions in which the group divides into sub-groups. Each sub-group then presents its work to the full group as material for further dialogue. Such charrettes serve as a way of quickly generating a design solution while integrating the aptitudes and interests of a diverse group of people.[1] Although the structure of charrettes may vary, the general idea of a charrette is to create an innovative atmosphere in which a diverse group of stakeholders can collaborate to “generate visions for the future”.[2] Compare this term with workshop.

 

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Above:  George Webb with charrette group in Cobb Island, Maryland

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Above:  2 of the 12 members of the Cobb Island, Maryland charrette

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GEORGE WEBB – EARLY YEARS

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Slander monger George Webb tarnishes what was left of David Knight’s “integrity” in INFOWARS “interview”

 

To be continued….

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