Western scientists on a possible research-related origin of SARS-CoV-2 — Translations

Gilles Demaneuf
3 min readAug 26, 2023

This is a convenient and absolutely not exhaustive list of translations of key articles or presentations by Western scientists, in the foreign press and not in English, on a possible research-related origin.

Alexander Kekulé: Corona-Kompass #353 on MDR Aktuell

A full episode of Corona-Kompass dedicated to the question of the origins
By a very well known German virologist, with a large public following.
13 Jul 2023
EN Link

Alexandre Hassanin and Renaud Piarroux: Sorbonne

A detailed conference-debate on the Origins of Covid-19 as the Sorbonne in Paris
Renaud Piarroux is a famous French epidemiologist who established the accidental origin of the cholera epidemic in Haiti, against very much of the same opposition today on SARS-CoV-2 origins.
30 May 2023
EN link, FR link

Alexander Kekulé: Corona-Kompass #345 on MDR Aktuell

25 minutes of Corona-Kompass, where Kekulé strongly refutes the Atlantic story about raccoon dogs being the supposed intermediate host, highlighting the poor logic behind it.
By a very well known German virologist, with a large public following.
28 Mar 2023
EN link

Alexander Kekulé: Corona-Kompass #343 on MDR Aktuell

10 minutes of Corona-Kompass dealing with the latest US intelligence evaluation of the DoE.
By a very well known German virologist, with a large public following.
28 Feb 2023
EN Link

Patrick Berche and Simon Wain-Hobson: French Academy of Medicine (in Le Point)

An article in Le Point summarizing some discussion on the origins held at the French Academy of Medicine, with academician microbiologist Patrick Berche (Institut Pasteur Lille) and virologist Simon Wain-Hobson (Pasteur), both very senior and respected in their fields.
20 Apr 2023
EN Link, FR Link, DE Link

Alexander Kekulé: Corona-Kompass #247 on MDR Aktuell

30 minutes of an episode of Corona-Kompass, dealing with the the Worobey and Pekar market papers, which Kekulé ends up shredding to pieces.
By a very well known German virologist, with a large public following.
9 Mar 2022
EN Link

Christian Drosten: Süddeutsche Zeitung

Expressing his dismay at Daszak not telling him about DEFUSE when asking him to sign the Lancet letter
By the famous German virologist, signatory of Daszak Lancet letter and one of the scientists involved in the Fauci-Farrar call.
9 Feb 2022
EN Link

Peter Embarek: TV2 Denmark

By the very head of the WHO mission for the Western side.
12 Aug 2021
1/ Spilling the beans on the WHO mission
EN Link
2/ Discussing the Wuhan CDC
EN Link

Marc Eloit: France Info

One the risk of sampling accident or lab escape.
By Marc Eloit, discoverer of the BANAL-52 virus in Laos.
25 Jan 2021
EN Link

Ralph Baric: Presa Diretta (in HuffPost ITL)

On the real possibility of a research-accident
By the best coronavirus expert in the world, with Shi Zheng Li.
14 Sep 2020
EN Link

Etienne Decroly: CNRS News

On the real possibility of a research-accident
By one of the best Spike protein specialists in the word.
11 Sep 2020
EN Link

Christian Drosten: Coronavirus Update #6 on NDR

Taking down of Pangolins papers
By the famous German virologist, signatory of Daszak Lancet letter and one of the scientists involved in the Fauci-Farrar call.
4 Mar 2020
ER Link

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Gilles Demaneuf

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