CCP global pandemic

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Chinese communists suppressed news of the outbreak for two months, arrested doctors who posted on social media about it, and did not advise the people of Wuhan until after the virus spread throughout the world.

Approximately six weeks before the outbreak of the Global Wuhan coronavirus pandemic in early December 2019, an exercise was organized by the Davos World Economic Forum in cooperation with the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The exercise was held in New York City on 18 October 2019, for the specific purpose of mapping the response of transnational corporations and governments to a coronavirus epidemic.[1]

The pandemic spread as a result of human-to-human transmission beginning in Wuhan. As it metastasized, the World Health Organization (WHO) parroted the Chinese Communist Party line that the Wuhan virus could not be passed from one human to another, and that it was “racist” to refer to the virus by its place of origin.[2]

Microsoft founder Bill Gates claimed that the Covid-19 outbreak in Africa could cause "10 million deaths," hours before Egypt's ministry of health confirmed its first case.[3]

Harvard University epidemiology professor Marc Lipsitch predicted that within a year, 40% to 70% of the world’s population would get the novel coronavirus and COVID-19, the disease that it causes. With a world population of 7.5 billion, that means 3 to 5 billion people globally would get the novel coronavirus, and COVID-19 would kill up to 60 to 100 million.[4]

Youtube de-monetized channels covering the coronavirus outbreak in Hong Kong and elsewhere. Japan closed all public schools.


Coronavirus Infected minus China & Italy.jpg

Chinese researchers indicate the novel coronavirus may have begun human-to-human transmission in late November 2019 from a place other than the Huanan Seafood Market in Wuhan. A study published on ChinaXiv, a Chinese open repository for scientific researchers, reveals the new coronavirus was introduced to the seafood market from another location, and then spread rapidly from market to market.[5]

Wuhan Center for Disease Control

Chinese scientists announced the virus may have originated at a government laboratory only 280 meters away from the Huanan seafood market. Disease-ridden animals, including more than horshoe 600 bats, were kept at the facility. A Chinese-language newspaper published in Hong Kong, Ming Pao, and the British daily, The Mirror explained that the Wuhan Center for Disease Control, or WHCDC, could have spawned the contagion in Hubei Province. It stated that it's plausible the virus was leaked from the lab and contaminated initial patients in this epidemic. Sen. Tom Cotton, citing The Lancet, tweeted

China claimed—for almost two months—that coronavirus had originated in a Wuhan seafood market. That is not the case. @TheLancet published a study demonstrating that of the original 40 cases, 14 of them had no contact with the seafood market, including Patient Zero.[6]

This suggests that there was an earlier source of the virus that is unrelated to the seafood market and that has not yet been traced. If this theory is correct, the infection originated no later than November and infected the seafood market in December. The case histories and the pattern of infection were known to Chinese researchers from the beginning, so earlier reports fingering the market may have been intentionally misleading.[7] The Washington Post, which routinely publishes Chinese communist propaganda, blasted Sen. Cotton over his comments.[8]

WHO response

The WHO, headed by a Marxist fellow traveller, publicly announced that the Wuhan virus posed no threat of contagious reaction between humans.[9]

World Health Organization (WHO) boss Tad Adhamon was a leader in Ethiopia's Tigray People's Liberation Front, a wing of the ruling Marxist Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front. Adhamon served the repressive regime as Minister of Foreign Affairs from 2012 to 2016 after a stint as Health Minister.

The socialist government did not allow the WHO in China until February 10, 2020 - more than two months after the first cases were observed.

Rresearchers have identified a "tipping point" at which the virus goes from dangerous to deadly in extremely susceptible patients. A WHO report written 18 days later based on observation in China stated that 80% of infections ("mild cases") can self-isolate, 13% require hospitalization, and 6% require intensive care. While many patients experience nothing more than a mild cold, one in seven patients develops difficulty breathing and other "severe" complications, while 6% become critically ill and require hospitalization to stabilize their condition, risking death if they can't receive the highest level of care.[10] Some questions remain regarding whether the developed world has enough hospital beds available to treat cases requiring hospitalization. WHO said the coronavirus infection rate (as opposed to death rate) was thought to be the same as the flu when the virus was only known in China but has since been found to be two to three times that infectious.[11]

Tad Adhamon criticized travel bans to and from China saying, "There is no reason for measures that unnecessarily interfere with international travel and trade." The WHO was not allowed into China until February 10, 2020, more than two months after the virus was first discovered. Adhamon praised the CCP's response: "We appreciate the seriousness with which China is taking this outbreak, especially the commitment from top leadership and the transparency they have demonstrated," and "China is actually setting a new standard for outbreak response." Film clips of Adhamon are shown on Chinese television saying, "China took action massively at the epicenter at the source of the outbreak. This is heroic. The actions of China is making us safer."

Peter Humphrey, a British investigator who was jailed in China in 2013 had been drugged, chained to a chair, locked in a cage and made to read out a statement written by the police in front of cameras. The anchor who presented the footage, James Chao, is now a goodwill ambassador with the World Health Organization.

The World Health Organization is horribly corrupt. An audit revealed there has been a surge in internal corruption allegations across the whole of the organization with the detection of multiple schemes aimed at defrauding large sums of money from the international body, overwhelming an internal team of full-time investigators. An Associated Press expose in 2017 found that nearly half of the WHO two billion dollar budget went to first-class airfare and five-star hotels. The United States is the largest contributor US taxpayers fund about a quarter of the WHO budget. The WHO is working with Google to ensure that people get information from the UN health agency first when they search for information about the virus.


By the fifth week, 12 of 61 reported infections in Iran were dead. Iran's vice president and deputy health minister contracted the virus.[12] The Iranian regime will not quarantine any cities or town to fight spread of the virus.[13] Iran has the highest number of deaths outside China. A mob set fire to a clinic treating patients.[14] Like China, the people of Iran have no confidence in government bureaucrats and information coming from the government about the virus.[15]

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia banned foreigners from entering the country during the annual pilgrimage to Mecca;[16] historically the largest contingent of pilgrims from any one single nation has been from Iran.


Italian police set up roadblock around containment zone.

Italy's universal single payer healthcare system was quickly overwhelmed and incapable of handling the caseload. Like China, healthy people seeking testing were infected inside medical facilities and emergency rooms by the presence of infected people who were waiting for treatment.

Italy reported 6 deaths the fifth week, the most in Europe, and began using armed police to enforce quarantine. Populist leader Matteo Salvini attacked the leftist regimes lack of immigration control policies.[17] On March 9, 2020 the entire country went on lockdown. The country's government declared that sporting events would occur without fans until April 3rd as a consequence of the Coronavirus escalation.[18]

Many people who were diagnosed as "coronavirus cases" in Italy, and then died, were put on antiviral drugs. A significant percentage of these people had prior heart conditions or high blood pressure. But at least one of the antiviral drugs, called ribavirin, carries a warning, from cardiosmart[dot]org: "Ribavirin may decrease the number of red blood cells in your body. This is called anemia and it can be life-threatening in people who have heart disease or circulation problems."

Bloomberg News has the story: 3/18, “99 percent of those whose died from virus had other illness, Italy says”:[19]

“More than 99% of Italy’s coronavirus fatalities were people who suffered from previous medical conditions, according to a study by the country’s national health authority.”
“The Rome-based institute has examined medical records of about 18% of the country’s coronavirus fatalities [so far, because it’s slow work], finding that just three victims [!!], or 0.8% of the total, had no previous pathology [disease]. Almost half of the victims suffered from at least three prior illnesses and about a fourth had either one or two previous conditions.”
“More than 75% had high blood pressure, about 35% had diabetes and a third suffered from heart disease.”
“The average age of those who’ve died from the virus in Italy is 79.5. As of March 17, [2020] 17 people under 50 had died from the disease. All of Italy’s victims under 40 have been males with serious existing medical conditions.”

Lots of prior medical conditions, weakened immune systems, and all these people had been treated for those prior conditions with toxic medical drugs. Furthermore, once they’d been diagnosed with coronavirus, many of them were put on highly toxic antiviral drugs. Thus delivering the final blow. These people are counted as “coronavirus deaths” by the other Italian reporting agencies, who are jacking up the numbers.[20]

South Korea

South Korea reported 1766 infected cases and 13 deaths the fifth week. Six weeks in, South Korea reported over 3,500 infections.


China has used its influence in the WHO to keep Taiwan out. The government in Beijing does not like the administration in Taipei. Taiwan is not allowed to join the World Health Organization as a member state or even as an observer, putting Taiwan's population of 23 million people at risk. Taiwan's exclusion from the WHO leaves its population vulnerable during the crisis. A lack of direct and timely channels to the WHO have already resulted in inaccurate reporting of cases in Taiwan. Taiwan has repeatedly complained that China and the WHO aren't sharing information about the coronavirus outbreak with them. The same thing happened in 2003 when the deadly SARS epidemic broke out in China. Besides putting 23 million Taiwanese lives at risk, the 50 million foreign travelers who pass through Taiwan airports every year are at risk. On February 4, 2020, the WHO got the number of cases wrong in Taiwan, relying on data from Beijing not Taipei.

North Korea

Kim Jong-un reportedly departed from Pyongyang for "for a considerable time" because of Coronavirus concerns.[21]


The government of socialist Emmanuel Macron used the coronavirus outbreak to ban large gatherings, including the weekly Yellow vest protests which had been demanding resignation of the authoritarian dictator for a year and half.[22]


A Chinese woman was violently kicked by a bearded Muslim man in South London Halal butcher shop and thrown out.[23] This was not the first incident of UK Muslims being violently racist towards people of Chinese appearance. In Birmingham, a South Asian law student was savagely beaten and hospitalised by a gang after she stood up for her Chinese friend who was subjected to coronavirus taunts.

New Zealand

In 2020, Destiny Church leader Brian Tamaki claimed that Christians who pay tithes, believe the Bible and are filled with the Holy Spirit have a Psalm 91 “protection policy” against the COVID-19 strain of Coronavirus.[24]


A bus containing over 50 people from coronavirus-hit Wuhan was attacked by angry demonstrators in a small Ukrainian town. Protesters lit fires and hurled stones at the six-bus convoy in Novi Sanzhary, Ukraine. Armoured personnel vehicles were deployed to unblock the road and take the evacuees to a health spa where they will spend 14 days in quarantine.[25]

Vatican City

At a 2020 mass, Pope Francis offered prayers for the ill, for health workers and others who had been troubled by the coronavirus epidemic.[26]

See also


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  7. Cohen, Jon, "Wuhan seafood market may not be source of novel virus spreading globally," Science, Jan. 26, 2020.
  18. Italian Government: All Sporting Events to Take Place Without Fans Until April 3. Breitbart News (March 4, 2020). Retrieved on March 12, 2020.
  21. Frances Martel (March 11, 2020). Report: Kim Jong-un Fled Pyongyang Fearing Chinese Coronavirus. Breitbart News. Retrieved on March 12, 2020.
  24. Leonardo Blair (March 3, 2020). Tithe-paying Christians are protected from coronavirus by Psalm 91, pastor Brian Tamaki claims. Retrieved on March 5, 2020.
  26. Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D. (March 11, 2020). Pope Francis Urges Priests to Personally Attend to Victims of Coronavirus. Breitbart News. Retrieved on March 12, 2020.

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