EcoHealth Alliance: A British Empire Trojan Horse

Vienne There are two organizations at the center of the highly-controversial COVID-19 gain-of-function viral testing conducted in Wuhan, China. One organization is the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) led by Anthony Fauci; the other is EcoHealth Alliance led by British zoologist Peter Daszak whom personally worked on the COVID-19 viral sequencing while Fauci funneled money through EcoHealth Alliance to the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Much is discussed about Fauci’s sordid reign as director of NIAID and the measures he implemented with the arrival of COVID-19, but there is scant discussion about EcoHealth Alliance, which has remarkably close ties to the British crown.

aesthetic EcoHealth Alliance was founded as Wildlife Preservation Trust International (WPTI) in 1971 by Gerald Durrell, a Charles Darwin-influenced British writer and conservationist. WPTI was founded as a U.S.-based branch of the Jersey Wildlife Preservation Trust now known the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust. In 1972, as WPTI was in its infancy in the US, the Jersey Wildlife Preservation Trust was officially placed under royal care with Princess Anne, the Princess Royal (Prince Charles’ sister) being named the organization’s patron. A decade later, Durrell was made an Officer of the ‘Order of the British Empire.’ 

buy neurontin EcoHealth Alliance has undergone many changes in the 50 years since its establishment, including multiple name changes – in 1999, WPTI changed its name to The Wildlife Trust – before finally settling on the name EcoHealth Alliance in 2010. Notably, none of this information can be gleaned from EcoHealth Alliance’s website, which is devoid of detail about organization’s history. What’s clear is that EcoHealth Alliance was a key player in the COVID-19 project and US taxpayers funded its efforts.

As a US-based non-profit, EcoHealth Alliance is eligible for grant funding from the US government and the organization has taken advantage. Most of EcoHealth’s funding comes U.S. federal agencies such as the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, and U.S. Agency for International Development. Between 2011 and 2020, its annual budget has fluctuated between US$9 and U.S.$15 million per year. So, US taxpayers unwittingly paid to develop the COVID-19 virus. Still worse, if the world decides that the United States is responsible for perpetrating COVID-19 on billions of people around the world, U.S. taxpayers will likely be paying dearly for that, too. If this comes to pass, the British will gleefully observe the disaster they worked to create before molding the rubble into their own gold. This is a recurring theme in history.