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Do you trust the lying, corrupt Chinese?

David Craig Writes:

Here we go again – yet another ghastly new virus Made in China and exported to the world

Only 50 dead? Pull the other one my little yellow friend

I haven’t been following the situation too closely as I’ve been travelling – not to China fortunately. But there are a few aspects of the story coming out of the glorious People’s Democratic Republic of China which slightly trouble me.

In 2008, China had a contaminated milk scandal. The scandal involved milk and infant formula along with other food materials and components being adulterated with melamine. The chemical gives the appearance of higher protein content when added to milk, leading to protein deficiency in the formula. Only after over 7,500 babies had fallen ill did the Chinese government admit there might be a small problem. In total, over 300,000 babies were affected with 56,000 hospitalised. Some died, but we’ll never know the real number – it could have been in the tens or the hundreds or maybe even a couple of thousand. Our Chinese friends never allow such information to become public otherwise people might lose confidence in the Chinese Communist Party’s ability to govern.

Then there was the SARS saga. On 16 November 2002 the first cases were detected. But it wasn’t till almost 3 months later, on 10 February 2003, that the Chinese government notified the World Health Organisation (WHO) about this outbreak, reporting 305 cases including 105 health-care workers and five deaths. (I think we can assume this was a massive under-estimate) By the time SARS was controlled we’re told there were 8,098 cases, resulting in 774 deaths reported in 17 countries – that’s what we were told, so it must be true, mustn’t it? Why would you doubt any figures issued by the lying, corrupt Chinese?

And now we have the Coronavirus. The Chinese claim that only about 50 people have died and that most of these already had serious medical problems. Yet these 50 or so deaths have led the Chinese government to impose travel restrictions on over 50 million people. Does anyone really believe there have only been around 50 deaths? Does anyone really believe the Chinese government would quarantine over 50 million people just over about 50 deaths of people who were already seriously ill?

I think it would be reasonable to assume the following:

  • Chinese doctors have been under huge pressure to downplay the number dead
  • given that most who died already had medical conditions, their death certificates probably cited the existing medical conditions and omitted to mention the Coronavirus thus seriously under-reporting the real fatality levels
  • that the real number of deaths is much nearer 500 than the mere 50 the Chinese are admitting
  • seeing how cities with Coronavirus victims are being quarantined, other Chinese cities will be more than keen to avoid the same fate and will therefore hugely under-report the number of cases they detect
  • given that China is utterly corrupt, anyone in the lock-down cities with influence or money will easily be able to get out and possibly further spread the disease

That ain’t no hospital. That’s a gulag

Our mainstream media have been gushing with praise about how open and helpful the Chinese government has been with the latest deadly disease they have created and exported. In particular, the media have orgasmed about how the Chinese are supposedly building a 1,000-bed ‘hospital’ in Wuhan in just 10 days using prefabricated units. If you honestly believe this is a ‘hospital’ being built. please go and bang your head against a brick wall for 15 minutes as that might knock some common sense into your head.

I believe what the Chinese are really building is a quarantine prison into which they’re going to throw anyone with suspected Coronavirus symptoms. The ‘hospital’ will be patrolled by armed guards to prevent anyone escaping and will have about as much medical equipment as an abattoir, which is what it will resemble rather than a hospital. Plenty of those incarcerated in this ‘hospital’ will die and be quickly cremated. Others will survive and eventually be freed – maybe – provided they don’t tell anyone about the real conditions inside the hospital/gulag,

However, seeing how those suspected of having the Coronavirus are being ‘treated’, new cases will be reluctant to report themselves to the authorities. So the effect of building this quarantine gulag, sorry I meant ‘well-equipped hospital’, will be to dissuade new sufferers from seeking help and thus may even worsen the spread of the disease.

But hey, I may be wrong. Maybe we can really trust the lying, corrupt Chinese?

Coronavirus – the cure?

The good news is that a partial cure for the Coronavirus has been found:

Just take three of these after every meal and then again before going to bed. This may not cure you. You may still die.

But at least you’ll die happy.

update from New York Post

The coronavirus now has a whistleblower — a nurse in Wuhan who insists in a shocking online video that close to 90,000 people in China have the disease, far more than the 1,975 reported by officials.

“I am in the area where the coronavirus started,” her video begins. Wuhan is the epicenter of the outbreak.

“I’m here to tell the truth,” the anonymous nurse says in the video, which shows her wearing a full-head face mask.

“At this moment, Hubei province, including the Wuhan area, even China, 90,000 people have been infected by a coronavirus.”

She does not reveal how she arrived at the sobering statistic.

The video has been viewed on YouTube some two million times, the Daily Mail reported.

Other horrifying videos have shown dead bodies covered in sheets lying in hospital hallways.

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17 COMMENTS

  1. Has Kea read this yet?

    The common cold is a virus (i think) but it does not kill that many people.

    if influenza was such a serious threat, we would all be walking round with masks on.

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  2. I heard that they new about it in mid November, but kept it quiet, hoping it would go away.

    And that 5 million people have travlled to and from Wuhan since then.

    Anyway at least the Chines only give us Sars and Corona, not like Congo which gives us Ebola (which is really deadly) and Aids.

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  3. For me something doesn’t add up here. The reaction seems extreme. Maybe there’s something we’re not being told? A test tube of germ warfare toxin got broken in public?

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  4. Quite a coincidence that Wuhan is the home to a People’s Liberation Army laboratory that sepcializes in studying lethal viruses. Some time back an American scientist from Harvard if memory serves said there was a high liklihood that a virus could escape from the lab into the general, packed, population of the city. Of course such a thing happening would be even more likely if employees at the lab were taking dead animals used in the gruesome “research” and selling them in the local meat market instead of incinerating them.

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  5. Who was that moron on the 9am new on Newstalk (can’t be bothered going back to find out) who frowned upon NZers being wascist toward Chinese people who might have a deadly and highly contagious virus.
    The luvvy advised that we should “just make sure” they wash their hands, and that they cover their faces if they are unwell.

    Roger that.
    So if customers turn up in your shop or restaurant you can ask the Chinese ones to wash their hands before entering?
    Or if you board a flight and see Chinese-looking people you can ask them to wash their hands or cover their face?
    Define rascism again for me – I’m confused.

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    • A definition of racism? No problem……..

      “Anything a white person does which could possibly pose a hint of a threat to the feelings of an individual of another race.”

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  6. The govt have advised homestay families of Chinese students to keep them at home for two weeks. Have the health and education officials considered that some of those hosts will have children of their own who may become infected? While the Chinese are kept in isolation will the NZ children who may have been exposed to the virus will be going to school themselves? Health and education officials have not thought this through.

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    • A couple of comments I’ve read on various forums today speculate on the possibility of the virus having escaped from a germ warfare laboratory the Chinese government have set up in Wuhan. Now if coronavirus proves to be a sport of SARS then it will probably weaken & die out.

      But if it’s an engineered supervirus then for my money all bets are off.

      Your thoughts?

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      • The death toll from SARS was 800.

        Out of 7 billion people.These are lotto odds.

        An ordinary seasonal cold or flu is far more of a risk.

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        • Yes. But leaving SARS aside what about the hypothesis involving the escape of a man-made virus designed for germ warfare?

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          • Pretty crap weapon.

            You can defeat it with a lemon and honey drink and a bit of Vics on the chest. If you are in good health.

            I’m aware of the claims. I think it unlikely.

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