It was recently uncovered that a company called Metabiota is in charge of managing the Pentagon-run bioweapons laboratories in Ukraine, Africa and elsewhere. We know now that Metabiota founder Nathan Wolfe is also linked to the infamous EcoHealth Alliance, as well as the Global Virome Project (GVP), the World Economic Forum and pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
GVP, it turns out, is the sister “non-profit” group of Metabiota, and is also funded by a range of Department of Defense (DoD) branches. It is also funded by Hunter Biden’s Rosemont Seneca and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) venture capital company In-Q-Tel – and “this is merely scratching the surface of those backing the biolabs in Ukraine,” reported the Daily Exposé.
Metabiota’s current lead investor is Pilot Growth Management, which was co-founded by Neil Callahan, its current CEO. Callahan also sits on the Board of Advisors at Metabiota, having co-founded and formerly worked as managing director at Rosemont Seneca Technology Partners (RSTP).
Callahan’s name appears many times on Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop, which makes sense as Rosemont Seneca Partners and Rosemont Realty are both offshoots of Rosemont Capital, an investment fund founded in 2009 by Hunter Biden and Christopher Heinz, John Kerry’s stepson.
Metabiota was a subcontractor for Black & Veach, which signed contracts for the construction and operation of biolabs in Ukraine, Georgia and elsewhere. Google was also involved, having contributed at least $1 million to the effort.
Wolfe is a World Economic Forum (WEF) Young Global Leader, it turns out (as is Ivanka Trump). In 2021, WEF awarded Metabiota for being a “Technology Pioneer.”
He also sat on the editorial board of EcoHealth Alliance, as well as on Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA) Defense Science Research Council (DSRC).
Wolfe has received more than $20 million worth of funding from Google.org, The Skoll Foundation, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the National Science Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the National Geographic Society, Merck Research Laboratories and various branches of the DoD.
Two of the core partners in USAID’s PREDICT project, which involved creating an early warning system for new and emerging diseases in 21 countries – including coronaviruses spread by bats, were none other than EcoHealth and Metabiota, with Wolfe being one of the project’s co-authors.
Together with Peter Daszak, Wolfe put together what would become a study on coronaviruses in bats that was published in 2017 right around the time Donald Trump became president.
“PREDICT was a forerunner of the more ambitious Global Virome Project,” reported the Exposé, adding that GVP is a founding member of The Trinity Challenge, which was launched in conjunction with Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus of the World Health Organization (WHO).
“Although Wolfe was one of initiators of GVP in 2018, on their website he isn’t shown as being directly involved,” the Exposé further revealed. “However, Edward Rubin, Metabiota’s chief scientific officer, is a board member of GVP. And it was Rubin who, in 2016, attended a Rockefeller Foundation forum alongside Daszak to discuss the GVP.”
The news outlet added: “In an interesting twitter thread – linking Wolfe and Metabiota to EcoHealth, DARPA, the Wuhan Institute of Virology and the World Economic Forum – HashTigre shared an image of page from a book Wolfe wrote in 2012 titled, ‘The Viral Storm: The Dawn of a New Pandemic Age,’ where he thanked friends including deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and biotech venture capitalist Boris Nikolic.”
Nikolic was named as the “back-up executor” on Epstein’s will, it turns out, and Wolfe has been spotted in photographs hanging out with Ghislaine Maxwell.
“Always nice to see a name from Epstein/Maxwell associate Nathan Wolfe’s CIA funded company Metabiota – as the first name on an article related to dangerous virus collection tactics/research in China,” HashTigre tweeted.
Be sure to read the rest at the Exposé.
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