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Chinese Leaders to Sacrifice Coronavirus-Infected Cities to Save 11 Others; Prepared to Accept Millions of Fatalities

Mike Adams writes.


Brutal Chinese leaders have made a decision to sacrifice entire cities of their own citizens in order to save 11 “protected” cities elsewhere, according to a bombshell leak acquired by Hong Kong media professional Stephen Shiu Yeuk-yuen.

As reported in The Epoch Times, “The 11 cities on the CCP’s priority list of being saved are Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Hangzhou, Xi’an, Shenyang, Harbin, and Urumqi. The CCP is prepared to protect these 11 cities at all cost, even if it means sacrificing other cities, Shiu said.”

This secret meeting took place on Jan. 25th and demonstrates the brutality of the communist Chinese regime, which has in effect imprisoned 56 million of its own citizens in military-enforced quarantine zones where food, fuel and medical supplies are nearly depleted.

Based on information leaked from this meeting, it now appears the Chinese government leadership sees this coronavirus pandemic as an existential threat to its own existence, and it has made the decision to sacrifice millions of lives, if necessary, to protect the core cities that drive China’s economic and manufacturing power. From TET:

Shiu said he believes the epidemic, which is now getting out of control, will have “a deadly impact” on China’s economy. In his estimation, more than half of Chinese business activities will come to a halt… The insider did not give specific reasons as to why the authorities chose those 11 cities, but they are the commercial and military hubs in the country.

The brutal effort may backfire, however, as critical supplies denied to the quarantined citizens of China are resulting in the rapid proliferation of more coronavirus infections. As reported by TET:

Even after the city-wide lockdown of Wuhan, the central authorities failed to dispatch needed manpower and medical supplies, resulting in things such as corpses lying about on a hospital floor and citizens not being informed about virus prevention, all of which would further spread the virus.

Over the last 7 days, the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus infection have increased 1000%, leaping from 941 to over 9,800. The W.H.O. has declared a global pandemic emergency, and scientists have confirmed the virus is being spread by symptomless carriers who aren’t even aware that they’ve been infected.

The shut down of the Wuhan region is also starting to cause a supply chain crisis across the tech industry, and China’s industrial output has plunged 40% according to some estimates.

Expectation of millions of deaths

According to research from Professor Gabriel Matthew Leung from the Hong Kong Medical School, the coronavirus outbreak will eventually infect 18 million people in China, causing between one and two million fatalities. Chinese officials appear ready to accept these fatalities as long as they can save the industrial cities listed above.

The number of infected people will double every 6.2 days, according to his research, although that rate could be reduced through strong quarantine and isolation measures.

A different model reportedly predicts 183 million infections by the end of February if the virus is not contained. However, that number seems difficult to achieve, even if the number of infected doubles every 6.2 days. In order to achieve 183 million infections by the end of February, there would have to be roughly 40+ million infections right now, and that number seems orders of magnitude too high.

A new study just published in The Lancet calculates that there are currently more than 75,000 infected individuals in China, as of Jan. 25, 2020. That study concludes, “we inferred that epidemics are already growing exponentially in multiple major cities of China with a lag time behind the Wuhan outbreak of about 1–2 weeks.” Official numbers from the Chinese government currently claim 9,909 infections, a number that seems absurdly low.

That same study warns the coronavirus pandemic may already be going global:

Independent self-sustaining outbreaks in major cities globally could become inevitable because of substantial exportation of presymptomatic cases and in the absence of large-scale public health interventions. Preparedness plans and mitigation interventions should be readied for quick deployment globally.

If this goes global, the only solution will be to shut down society, causing catastrophic economic consequences

Even as Iran has stopped all commercial air flights to China, the United States is still accepting flights, raising the important question of whether U.S. health authorities actually intend to allow Americans to be infected so they can benefit from the crisis, rolling out a nationwide medical police state that demands mandatory vaccinations and forced quarantines of any person they target.

Once the virus spreads in any country, the only reliable method for stopping the outbreak is to shut down society and force everyone to stay home. The economic consequences of that decision are truly apocalyptic.


  1. The truth is, we all need to be afraid of the Chinese.
    They don’t acquire what they want in the ways we expect.
    Trump has challenged them economically, because his tariffs will hurt the people of China. Leaders don’t want that for their countries – right?
    Here we have Chinese leadership potentially sacrificing millions of minions.



  2. ……”Once the virus spreads in any country, the only reliable method for stopping the outbreak is to shut down society and force everyone to stay home.”……..

    To enforce this would involve giving the police & military draconian powers. Enough to give a true totalitarian a hard on.

    …….” The economic consequences of that decision are truly apocalyptic.”……

    Might destroy the hated capitalists faster. The Green’s nirvana approaches.

    There’s not much incentive for Cindy to do anything really.



    • Ah the Greens.
      Well the virus will be no friend of theirs.
      Its a non selective animal and I’d reckon good immune systems are needed.
      Eat more meat and bolster up your systems.

      As an aside, if it does get here in to the retirement villages there will be lots of funerals and empty villas. Those companies will take a hiding.
      Tourism is going to crash so be prepared for that.
      Airnz is going to find it tough.

      Exporters are going to find it gets tough.
      NZ is going to find it gets tough.



  3. Quite honestly, I think it’s ridiculous to claim (as some posters here have said) that China is ‘tribal’ and ‘evil’ etc etc etc

    Sure, it is probably that the infection rate is far in excess of what the official figures report. I can buy that. It makes sense that the Chinese government would want to reduce the likelihood of a total panic…. but to give them credit, they have acted amazingly quickly in locking down almost every city in Hubei and trying hard to prevent the virus spreading overseas as well as throughout China.

    The Epoch Times is a Falun Gong publication, so it makes sense that any of their reports on this will contain anti CCP propaganda. That is not to say that it is all lies, because many of the stats come from non-Chinese sources. But it is certainly seriously slanted against China as presented here.

    It seems from what I have read that the infection rate (R0) is very worrying; 4.1 is twice the rate of SARS. But the actual death rate is somewhat lower than SARS (sorry I can’t find exact data on this immediately).

    As far as New Zealand is concerned, I’m flabbergasted that more isn’t being done to screen visitors on arrival here. Chinese tourism and ‘students’ is one of our largest sources of overseas visitors and it seems that almost nothing us being done at an official level to act appropriately to this potentially global pandemic.

    I volunteer in an A&E Dept and I’m heartened to see that there is a thorough screening of any patients who present with suspected symptoms. They are put into negative pressure rooms with (presumably) filtered exhausts to prevent virus transmission and tested appropriately (mucus and/or saliva I think). Apparently New Zealand has only had one strongly suspected case so far and the test was negative, so that’s a good thing. This is very effective at the level of a few patients per day but I shudder to think how many visitors from China are arriving symptom free every day with almost no controls or screening at the border. I’m not a medical professional or an epidemiologist but it seems to me that at any stage this virus could explode in the general population here and our A&Es would be simply overwhelmed.

    I don’t think panic is helpful…. but it’s concerning that our Ministry of Health seems (judging by their public information statements) to be standing back and taking a passive ‘hope for the best’ approach. Why aren’t we at the very least temperature testing all new arrivals at airports, for example? Why isn’t there more information coming from MoH about how to self medicate (i.e. flu medicines etc) and who and when (i.e. older people) should seek medical help?



    • All good points Dave. Our border control response has been pathetic to the point of being criminally negligent. Regarding your last question, you only have to look at the MoH response to the measles epidemic; it was woeful to say the least. I dread to think what will happen if this things gets a foothold here.



    • …….” but to give them credit, they have acted amazingly quickly in locking down almost every city in Hubei and trying hard to prevent the virus spreading overseas as well as throughout China”……

      Which, unless you think that the CCP have swallowed a humanity blue pill & have miraculously found a concern for anyone or anything other than those who administer the politburo, is an hallucination.

      They are the only people on earth at this point of time who know the true story & they’re shitting bricks.

      Meanwhile PriNZess bobs her head & visits another kindergarten!



  4. How serious is this disease?, common cold, or is just fears of mutation to a worst aspect? the effects afterwards?
    It is still being researched, and experienced.
    How well do the survivors recover?
    Maybe nothing more needs to be done.

    The Committee believes that it is still possible to interrupt virus
    spread, provided that countries put in place strong measures to detect disease
    early, isolate and treat cases, trace contacts, and promote social distancing
    commensurate with the risk.

    https://www.who.int/docs/default-source/coronaviruse/situation-reports/20200131-sitrep-11-ncov.pdf?sfvrsn=de7c0f7_4 31st January

    Sounds like, do what it takes. as just how does one evaluate the risk? the cost?
    Quarantine, sounds like a social distance measure and needs to be strongly put into place and practiced when there seems to be a risk.

    it becomes a waste of time once it establishes itself, and then the next stage will may be hospitals overwhelmed, or at least a lot of elective surgery postponed, schools being closed, public events cancelled, public transport, increased costs in sanitation, and on and on.
    Already tourism taking a dive.

    As most farmers and gardeners know, the first weed up and immediately on any doubt remove, killed, eradicated, so not allowed to seed the area, is the cheapest and least costly way to go.
    Timeliness is the essence, though not panic.
    Just get it done and gone in the early stage, is the cheapest, and least inconvenient.

    Quarantine can be a good tool, though it needs to be secure for that period of time..
    Problem is dealing with humans,and stupidity can be very high.

    In the meantime more research, knowledge and experience to make a better balance in decisions.

    Government’s credibility and their using media which masochistically likes this, as they seek to follow their ideology at all costs.
    The past few decades a massive hole has been dug, in their efforts in trying to tax and gain control over people.

    If some one with reasonable managerial skills, ability, credibility, and be able to get all the information, data, and be able to also say, they “do not know”, but that at this stage this is the best things to do, or not.
    Politician? Bureaucrat? Technocrat? Just who can front this from the health department?, but please, not with a Communication Degree from Waikato.



  5. Seeing how stupid people are – I dearly wish this virus really would kill millions in an agonizing death.

    Sadly it is only a mild form of common flu/cold.

    What governments need to do is eradicate the imbeciles buying into this hysteria. They could put out a fake vaccine and inject them with a slow acting poison. It has to be done, as these drongos are a threat to our species.



  6. Time will tell but the COL are ignoring the coronavirus implications. Air NZ are flying into China until next week despite many other international airlines already announcing they have suspended flights to China, and other countries stopping arrivals from China. The virus is spreading quickly worldwide and so far NZ has been LUCKY!!!
    Time will tell Kea whether or not precautions against this “cold” were advisable. It will be too late once it gets a hold in the NZ population so we’ve personally taken the precaution and stocked up at the supermarket in case self-imposed isolation becomes our only defense against catching the virus.



  7. Something far deadlier than the Wuhan coronavirus lurks near you, right here in America.

    When we think about the relative danger of this new coronavirus and influenza, there’s just no comparison,” said Dr. William Schaffner, a professor of preventive medicine and health policy at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. “Coronavirus will be a blip on the horizon in comparison. ”




  8. Perhaps allowing this virus into NZ is part of a cunning plan. After all it will dis-proportionally target NZ First voters though how this will help Labour I haven’t figured out yet especially given Simon’s announcement today.



  9. Coronavirus: How New Zealanders returning from Wuhan will be quarantined

    “The charter flight will land some distance from the main terminal in Auckland, and further health screening will be conducted,” Clark said.

    “Standard border control measures, such as biosecurity checks will be completed as a matter of priority.”

    “Returning New Zealanders and Pacific Island citizens will be transported to a military facility at Whangaparaoa, where they will spend 14 days in isolation.”

    The training camp was chosen because of its size, facilities, location and secure nature. It also has its own medical resources.

    Returnees will receive daily medical checks during the isolation period. Families will be kept together where possible, but will remain separated from other returnees.



  10. Seems to be a tad more than the hostess walking down the aisle with an aerosol can in each hand, wafting the spray around.

    Indonesian airline sprays arriving passengers
    54 seconds. : Feb 1, 2020

    Keep walking, keep walking,
    Close your eyes, close your eyes.
    Turn around, turn around.

    I bet Nasska’s sheep never were as well behaved going through the dip as this.
    Health & Safety will approve the full regulatory gear being used. 🙂



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