A Deep Dive Into Charles Lieber, the Mad Scientist that Main Stream Media Does NOT Cover
Despite the fact that Charles Lieber, the Mad Scientist who was the former chairman of Harvard’s Chemistry and Chemical Biology Department, is the defining force in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology, his trial received little attention as Ghislaine Maxwell’s show trial came to a close. From 2000 through 2010, Thomson Reuters ranked Lieber among the world’s top 100 chemists for an entire decade.
I refer to him as the NanoTech King. The trial began on Tuesday, December 14, a year and a half after his arrest, with jury selection, and ended barely six days later.
A federal jury in Boston’s US District Moakley Courthouse convicted the former Chair of Harvard University’s Chemistry and Chemical Biology Department guilty on all six counts after less than three hours of deliberation. Two charges of making false statements to federal authorities, two counts of preparing and filing a fraudulent income tax return, and two counts of failing to file reports of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR) with the Internal Revenue Service were all charged (IRS).
Communist Collaborations On A Global Scale
Between 2008 and 2019, Lieber was the Principal Investigator of Harvard University’s Lieber Research Group, which garnered more than $15 million in federal research funding. According to the story, Lieber worked at Wuhan University of Technology as a “Strategic Scientist” and “High-Level Foreign Expert” without Harvard’s knowledge (WUT). Later, from at least 2012 to 2015, he was a contractual participant in China’s Thousand Talents Plan (TTP). (WUT is not to be confused with the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s BSL-4 lab, which is barely 15 minutes away.)
While no other journalists have mentioned it, a court document filed by the government alleges Lieber was the “director of WUT-Harvard Joint Nano Key Laboratory,” which was founded in 2009. Take note of the word “joint,” which means “together.” Was Harvard truly unaware of Lieber’s collaboration with WUT? Of course, they were aware.
WUT agreed to pay Lieber a monthly salary of up to $50,000, annual living expenses of up to $150,000, and a grant of more than $1.5 million to build a research center in Wuhan. Lieber lied to federal authorities about his participation in the Thousand Talents Plan and his relationship with WUT in 2018 and 2019.
The TTP has previously been defined by the Department of Justice as “a mechanism of the Chinese Communist Party for attracting, recruiting, and cultivating high-level scientific talent in support of China’s scientific advancement, economic prosperity, and national defense.”
Individuals who stole private information were frequently rewarded by the Chinese government through the TTP. It was seen as an important component of Beijing’s 2025 “Made in China” program for scientific superiority.
According to the South China Morning Post, Lieber’s case was part of the Department of Justice’s “China Initiative,” which was launched in 2018 in response to concerns in Washington that Beijing was stealing technology vital for military and strategic purposes through researchers and other academics.
The government wants to find spies and anyone who could jeopardize American information, intellectual property, and knowledge. Indeed, Chinese-American scientists have been involved in nearly 90% of the cases investigated under this project.
“The entire prosecution of an innocent man dying of cancer is horrible, savage, and pointless,” stated Lieber’s lawyer Marc Mukasey, claiming that the US government had overzealously carried out its China Initiative, unfairly targeting Lieber in the process.
In reality, Lieber lied a number of times in order to keep his federal research funding.
According to the FBI and Harvard, Lieber’s only connection to communist China and the TTP was through a former Chinese student, and he had no access to Chinese bank accounts. In November 2012, Lieber opened a bank account with the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (“ICBC”) in Wuhan, into which WUT continued to deposit the remainder of Lieber’s pay.
“You’re right. That’s fairly incriminating.” “Now that you mention it, sure, I recall,” he responded. “Now that you mention it, I used to have a credit card.”
“It might be more than $50,000,” he informed the FBI at another point. Lieber, who has published over 350 papers in peer-reviewed journals, stated, “Honestly, I think it must be less than $100k – OK, clearly I blacked out most of this information.” According to court records, his articles have been quoted “more than 70,600 times.”
“It’s not that the defendant has no recall of what happened,” said lead prosecutor Jason Casey, “it’s that he doesn’t want to remember.”
“I will be careful about what I say with Harvard University & none of this will be mentioned with govt. investigators at this time,” Lieber wrote in one of the 132 email exchanges submitted as evidence.
Acting United States Attorney Nathaniel R. Mendell remarked, “There is now no doubt that Charles Lieber lied to federal investigators and to Harvard in an attempt to conceal his participation in the Chinese Thousand Talents Program.” “He lied to the IRS about the money he received and kept his Chinese bank account hidden from the US.” The jury reached a proper conclusion based on the evidence and the law.”
Following his cancer diagnosis, Lieber later stated that his attitude on life had shifted. He states in his evidence that after knowing he was ill, he abandoned the Chinese bank account that was brimming with cash. It’s possible that the heavyweight’s guilt contributed to his late-stage cancer.
The US Attorney’s Office and federal partners at the FBI, DCIS, IRS, and NIH, ironically, hailed the verdict as “excellent teamwork.” It was also perceived as a victory for US national security, which was ironic.
Some say that Lieber was thrown under the bus and turned into a scapegoat.
From espionage to tax evasion, there’s something for everyone.
Lieber was arrested for the first time on January 23, 2020, just five days after Wuhan was placed under martial law. It should be noted that this was the first time a lockdown of this nature has occurred. Lockdowns and curfews have already become the ‘new normal’ as we enter Year Three of the Rona Regime and the emergence of the alleged Omicron (anagram “moronic”) variety.
How did Lieber manage to stay out of the 2020 coronavirus storyline despite Attorney General Andrew Lelling accusing the 62-year-old ex-Harvard Chair of “espionage” on January 28, 2020 – the first day of the entire plandemic fiasco? Two Chinese nationals were also implicated, one of them was captured trying to sneak biosamples out of a lab at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in a sock at Boston Logan Airport.
Do you recall what happened?
“This case has been presented as an espionage case and a case about stealing intellectual property or other materials from the United States, when in fact it’s just about allegedly making a false statement to the government,” Mark Lieber’s lawyer, Marc Mukasey, said.
“It was once referred to as ‘espionage.’ They dubbed it ‘illegal technology transfer’ after that. In September 2021, in an article titled “The real ‘lab-leak’ story: nanotech crimes and betrayals in the New World Order,” famed Investigative Journalist Jon Rappoport writes, “Then they casually and admiringly termed it ‘Globalism.'”
He lied on multiple occasions when he accepted $100 bills in cash from WUT (China) in brown paper bags.
This was not just a “leak of technology transfer,” but a “flood,” as Rappoport puts it. ” Right out in the open,” says the narrator.
Video clips from a January 28th filmed questioning, later entered as evidence, hint at Lieber’s motivation. Lieber appears anxious on camera, sitting uncomfortably and fidgeting at a chair near the wall. He admitted that he was enticed by the promise of prestige rather than money.
“Every scientist wishes to be awarded the Nobel Prize,” he said, adding that he was embarrassed to confess it. “I want to be acknowledged for what I’ve accomplished.”
He went on to say:
“One thing is true if people around the world are using what you started, which in this case… I was one of the first people — in 1998 — to figure out how to grow these nanoscale wires, the more people who use this around the world in different technologies, the better it is for me in terms of getting this goal that I’ve had since…”
Was Lieber a modern-day brilliant mad scientist who knew he was doing something bad but went ahead and did it anyway?
Lieber’s offences were eventually reduced to simple tax evasion.
When it comes to apples, they don’t fall far from the tree.
Charle’s father, according to a fantastic article, was also a spy. I know it’s difficult to believe. Robert I. Lieber, on the other hand, was a senior engineer who “engaged in spy satellite and missile images and tracking” and designed wireless, satellite, and surveillance systems.
Papa Lieber worked for RCA’s AEGIS satellite system, which is now operated by Lockheed Martin, SERCO, QinetiQ, and the British Privy Council (Sir Geoffrey Pattie, Privy Council, NBC, GE, BBC, Sarnoff).
The US Patent Office “restricted” access to Robert Lieber’s weaponized inventions, according to the report on Aim4Truth, and several “reach beyond typical radar competence.”
You can read some fascinating French documents from 1964 regarding an idea involving Daddy Lieber and new information-gathering technologies. It was established with the intention of being used for everyday checks in commerce and banks. It arguably marks the start of the data collection process.
In 1978, Papa Lieber collaborated with RCA on an 82-page report about radars and the practical application of radio waves for object detection. He wrote about the simulation of working tracking radar gear.
They suggest in the same article that Robert’s father’s census records were tampered with, reclassifying him as a Russian Jew rather than a Jewish émigré candy manufacturer and that this is why they tampered with Robert’s father’s census records, reclassifying him as a Russian Jew rather than a Jewish émigré candy manufacturer.
Are the Liebers a ruse devised by the Global Elitists to seize control of the world?
Fast forward to the present:
Robert Lieber–>Charles Lieber–>China–> Israel –>Ghislaine Maxwell–>Jeffrey Epstein–>Gates–>George Church –>Martin Nowak–>Charles Lieber–>Elon Musk–>Nanotechnology–> The Vax –>Ghislaine Maxwell–>Jeffrey Epstein–>Gates–>George Church –>Martin Nowak–>Charles Lieber–>Elon Musk–
What’s the connection between them all?
According to an article in The Giza Death Star, Lieber was a colleague of Dr. George Church and Dr. Martin Nowak, “both [who] were working on parts of changing biology and doing genetic engineering.” Both were known Jeffrey Epstein allies and benefactors of his “largesse.”
Epstein donated a large sum of money to synthetic biology and genetic engineering studies and indicated that he was interested in modeling virus evolution. He promised $30 million to researchers at Harvard University who were financed by the Department of Defense, DARPA, IARPA, and the National Institutes of Health.
These kinds of monetary contributions allowed Lieber to unlock a Pandora’s Box, releasing nanotechnology that would be crucial to achieving an Anti-God Transhumanist Agenda. Chips will be implanted into human brains to unite with artificial intelligence in this New World.
Basically, nanotechnology has terrible consequences.
Liquid computing, cyborg tissue, and injectable neural links, oh my!
“Imagine a computer suspended in a flask of liquid that assembles itself when dumped onto a desktop. “Doesn’t that sound like science fiction?” Harvard Magazine, January 2001
In his laboratory, Lieber was bringing science fiction to life.
According to Harvard, Charlie and the Lieber Group were primarily interested in nanoscale science and technology, “harnessing the unique physical features of new nanomaterials to push scientific boundaries in biology and medicine.”
From the development of sensors for real-time disease detection to creating nanoelectronic tools for single-cell and subcellular electrophysiology, and the development of novel cyborg cells and hybrid nanoelectronics-innervated tissues, the Lieber group has played a key role in defining the “…interface between nanoelectronics and the life sciences.”
Everything will be tracked and traced in this New World Order version of life. “You will be part robot and you will adore it,” Klaus Schwab said.
As I studied Lieber’s patents in terror, I was reminded of Vexille, a 2007 Japanese anime set in the year 2077.
“The sickness was fabricated & the ‘vaccine’ was utilized as an excuse for Daiwa (DARPA) to begin testing experimental nanotechnology,” the narrator cautions in the clip. From the inside out, we’re being turned into machines.”
In reality, “liquid computing” has been around for more than two decades. Lieber has been working on grants since 1988, making him the 30th scientist in history to be a member of all three National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. He’s been visited by representatives from Fort Detrick, the infamous lab linked to germ warfare, LSD mind-control operations, and the anthrax mystery, in addition to the Navy and the Air Force.
CHARLES LIEBER the MAD SCIENTIST
“Nanotech for Mind Control” is the heading of a chapter in Rappoport’s post, and he goes on to give some “amazing” comments from a 2019 issue of Nano Today titled “Nanowire probes could control high-resolution brain-machine interfaces.” Rappoport points out that the authors are both Chinese and Americans:
“…advances can enable investigations of dynamics in the brain [through nano-sensor-implants] and drive the development of new brain-machine interfaces with unprecedented resolution and precision.”
“…output electrical signals of brain activity or input electrical stimuli to modulate brain activity in concert with external machines, including computer processors and prosthetics, for human enhancement…”
This avenue of research involves “modulation” of the brain remotely connected to machines, for the purpose of control.
According to a 2011 article in Harvard Magazine, one of Lieber’s achievements in the brain was a V-shaped hairpin shaped transistor.
When Lieber first designed the tiny gadget and attempted to implant it into a cell, he had little luck: pressing hard enough to breach the cell membrane destroyed the cell “very rapidly.”
The gadget was easily drawn into the cell via membrane fusion, a process similar to that used by cells to swallow viruses and bacteria after his team “coated the hairpin nanowire with a fatty lipid coating.”
This breakthrough, according to Lieber, is significant because it “indicates that a man-made structure as small as a virus or bacteria can function in the same way that biological structures do.”
The device could be used to measure not only activity within neurons, heart cells, and muscle fibers, but also two distinct signals within a single cell at the same time–possibly even the workings of intracellular organelles, which are functional units within cells that generate energy, fold proteins, process sugars, and perform other important functions.
Charlie went on to write a slew of patents that could have helped him achieve his Nobel ambitions by honoring nanotechnology.
His syringe-injectable mesh electronics with plug-and-play I/O interface supplemented this. It allows you to “actually inject” “lace-like electrical mesh into 3D synthetic & organic structures like the brain,” according to Nature Nanotechnology.
“What we’re attempting to accomplish is develop an electronic circuit that can communicate neurally—or a neurological lace, as Elon Musk dubbed it—and, although being a man-made structure, looks to the biological system the same as the natural network,” Lieber told Nautilus magazine in 2018.
His cyborg cardiac tissue is also present. And now, thank heavens, with all these (jab-related) cardiac concerns. Myocarditis, myopericarditis, and pericarditis are all inflammations of the heart and the tissue that surrounds it.
Lieber demonstrated that his revolutionary nanoelectronics ULTIMATELY enables for the “electrical recording of cerebral activity” in a four-year investigation. They “can enable multiplexed recording of acute and chronic neural (brain) activity” and “control the activity of complex neural networks in mammalian brains,” according to the researchers. These self-contained nanoelectronic probes can stimulate primary neuronal cells with highly targeted electric fields.
These are only a few examples of Lieber’s work; I’m only scraping the surface here.
Wicked genius is a word that comes to mind when I think about someone who is These accomplishments were unquestionably deserving of recognition. (Insert a sarcastic remark here.) Regrettably, his ties to China turned his fantasy into a nightmare.
Unfortunately, many others aspire to seamless integration of electronic equipment and living biological systems – how transhumanistic!
Meanwhile, 41 scientists, including seven Nobel laureates, signed an open letter criticizing the DOJ indictment and urging Harvard to fund his legal defense.
In October 2020, Lieber filed a lawsuit against Harvard in Middlesex County Superior Court, saying that the university breached their contract by refusing to reimburse him for his criminal defense costs.
“We… are speaking out against the harm done to academic freedom and scholarly collaboration by the persecution of Charles and other scientists.”
This arrest “isolates” scientists “from the conversation beyond our borders,” according to the letter, as well as having a “chilling impact” on the capacity to interact with labs throughout the world.
They argue that scientific innovation requires global collaboration among researchers. Except that we’re talking about China and the Chinese Communist Party in this case (CCP).
The “Grand Experiment” Using Jabs From Hell
Maybe, just maybe, “as part of a ‘great experiment,’ they would introduce nanotech into our brains and bodies through vaccines,” according to Jon Rappoport.
In a now-deleted study on adjuvants from Italy in 2017, researchers discovered that 15 traditional vaccines (and 44 variations of these), all manufactured by major global companies, shared a previously unreported and concerning similarity: the vaccines were “heavily contaminated with a variety of nanoparticles.”
Today, we are the test subjects.
We’ll soon be able to fuse man and machine, thanks to Lieber and the world leaders’ fixation with virus epidemics, and be able to inform someone they’re about to get the Coronavirus or some other virus du jour before they even realize it.
While some may call implanting microchips revolutionary, I prefer the words “bone-chilling” and “eerie.”
Lieber will be sentenced by US Senior District Court Judge Rya W. Zobel at a later date. Lieber may face a sentence of up to 26 years in jail and a fine of more than $1 million. Lieber is the first scholar to be prosecuted; five additional academics are expected to stand trial in March 2022.
Making false statements carries a maximum penalty of five years in jail, three years of supervised release, and a fine of $250,000. Making and submitting false income tax returns carries a maximum punishment of three years in prison, one year of supervised release, and a fine of $100,000. Failure to file an FBAR can result in a five-year jail sentence, three years of supervised release, and a fine of up to $250,000.
“Lieber Research Group – Former Group Members”. Archived from the original on 2016-10-30. Dr Lieber was charged in a criminal complaint for failure to disclose Chinese government funding of his research.
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“Nanowire network measures cells’ electrical signals”. New Scientist, 22 April 2009. Archived from the original on 30 October 2016.
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