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Coronavirus: It is China to blame for all and everything
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  • Trump ultimatum comes from... patents

    WHO wants to vote on resolution (and it is only US and few puppets against at this time) that will support right for goverments to force big pharma corporations to abandon their patent rights in the country and allow any other company to manufacture drugs (in the case of emergency). Somethins that India is doing for years.

    It is very dangerous precedent for biggest US and US backed companies. Hence all the fuss.

  • Lancet response to Trump Letter:

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  • isn't everything made in China? .....1957....h2n2 , 1968...h3n2 , 1997.... h5n1, 2003...sars, 2006 ....bird flu .....and the list keeps growing.

  • Maybe they divided the spheres of influence, China got to manufacture the viruses and USA the wars?

  • amen

  • The conscientious among us readily see their part and accept their fair share of blame. The character-impaired, on the other hand, want to blame everything and everyone else except themselves.

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    https://counsellingresource.com/features/2009/02/27/blame-game/

    https://counsellingresource.com/features/2017/05/31/disturbed-characters-blame/

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  • More than 100 countries, including China, have signed the agreement proposed by the EU to investigate the source of the Covid-19 globally. Why does the United States refuse to sign the agreement? by Ridzwan Abdul Rahman

    The probable reason is that the US does not want to be investigated.

    If an investigation were to be carried out to find the origin of the virus, the US must be investigated together with China. Participants at the Wuhan military games last October should be asked to provide information. Many of the athletes, from France, Spain, Italy, Sweden and other countries reported being ill with what appeared to be COVID-19 symptoms. ( Coronavirus may have been spreading since Wuhan ... | Taiwan News https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/3932712 )

    France could provide some evidence, because a team of researchers in the city of Colmar in northeastern France announced in a release recently that it had identified two X-rays, from Nov. 16 and Nov. 18, showing symptoms consistent with the novel coronavirus. ( New evidence in race to find France’s COVID-19 'patient zero' ) The Wuhan games were held in October. There is a possibility that these November French infections originated from the athletes who returned from Wuhan after the games.

    Before the above infections, five US athletes became sick and were taken to an infectious disease clinic in Wuhan. Some people claim it was malaria but that does not make sense because there has been no malaria infections in China for a long time. To suddenly have five cases - all Americans - is hard to believe. China has asked the US to provide the medical records of these 5 athletes but to no avail. US urged to release health info of military athletes who came to Wuhan in October 2019

    According to Israel, US intelligence agencies alerted Israel to the coronavirus outbreak in China last November, at a time when China was not even aware of its existence. Could the five sick athletes be the reason the US knew? US alerted Israel, NATO to disease outbreak in China in November — TV report

    In March this year a group of European universities did a research on the spread of SARS-CoV-2 and concluded that it started in either Europe or US, then spread to China, then spread again to Europe and US. They wrote:

    In a phylogenetic network analysis of 160 complete human severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-Cov-2) genomes, we find three central variants distinguished by amino acid changes, which we have named A, B, and C, with A being the ancestral type according to the bat outgroup coronavirus. The A and C types are found in significant proportions outside East Asia, that is, in Europeans and Americans. In contrast, the B type is the most common type in East Asia.

    (https://www.pnas.org/content/pnas/early/2020/04/07/2004999117.full.pdf)

    The Fort Detrick military laboratory in Maryland, that handled high-level disease-causing material, was ordered by the US to close down in July 2019. An independent investigation should be conducted to find out the real reasons for closure.

    According to estimates by the CDC, the seasonal flu that started in September last year has infected over 30 million US citizens, causing more than 20,000 deaths. Head of CDC, Robert Redfield, admitted in March this year that some coronavirus-related deaths have been found posthumously that were previously thought to be flu-related.

    So, if an independent investigation is to be carried out to determine the origin of SARS-CoV-2, the US too should be investigated, together with China.
  • Forbes: U.S. Bullies China To Allow More Passenger Flights Despite Coronavirus Travel Restrictions

    The U.S. government is threatening action against Chinese airlines, bullying Beijing to lift coronavirus restrictions on passenger flights.

    United Airlines wants to resume four routes to China next month while Delta Air Lines wants to resume two. But a temporary Chinese policy allows an airline only one route.

    “China has, over the objections of the U.S. government, impaired the operating rights of U.S. carriers,” Department of Transportation Assistant Secretary Joel Szabat wrote to Chinese airlines in a public letter.

    The U.S. argues China’s flight restriction “imposes capacity limitations” that are “inconsistent” with their historical aviation treaty. However, the four page U.S. letter makes no reference to coronavirus or COVID-19, the extenuating circumstances behind the restrictions.

    Chinese airlines are understood to want the policy lifted as well, believing they can safely transport passengers across more than one weekly flight.

    Szabat said U.S. airlines should be able to “exercise their full bilateral rights.” The U.S. however has effectively limited airlines elsewhere, such as by prohibiting the entry of Europeans.

    In its complaint about passenger flights, the U.S. did not acknowledge China helped all three major U.S. airlines start and increase cargo flights.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/willhorton1/2020/05/23/us-bullies-china-to-allow-more-passenger-flights-despite-coronavirus-travel-restrictions/#4cce4c4b3f19

  • We, the co-signed, write to express grave concerns about the unilateral introduction of national security legislation by Beijing in Hong Kong.

    This is a comprehensive assault on the city’s autonomy, rule of law, and fundamental freedoms. The integrity of one-country, two systems hangs by a thread.

    It is the genuine grievances of ordinary Hong Kongers that are driving protests. Draconian laws will only escalate the situation further, jeopardizing Hong Kong’s future as an open Chinese international city.

    If the international community cannot trust Beijing to keep its word when It comes to Hong Kong, people will be reluctant to take its word on other matters. Sympathetic governments must unite to say that this flagrant breach of the Sino-British Joint Declaration cannot be tolerated.

    This is that happens if you do not solve problems fast and precise.

    HK can't no longer remain in curent state, ti is clear and it must not be any financial hub and financial hole to China.

  • British Colonial HK government had anti-Sedition Law from 1938 to 1997

    LISTEN TO wise old Hongkongers explain that we have been through this before. Consider this:

    1) Violent rioters use arson and bombs in Hong Kong.

    2) A sedition law is proposed.

    3) Activist groups warn that the law will cause disaster.

    4) The rulers, who live thousands of kilometers away, go ahead with the new law anyway.

    5) Instead of disaster, the economy quietly begins to soar.

    . That whole process happened under the British. The riots took place in the late 1960s, the Hong Kong Sedition Law was enacted by Britain in 1970, and the boom followed.

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  • more china cartoons, instead of truth?....“It was like it was designed to infect humans,” .... "Certainly we can’t exclude the possibility that this came from a laboratory experiment rather than from an animal. " What are the odds, considering it started a few miles from the lab ? ....about zero ! .... https://www.zerohedge.com/health/it-was-designed-infect-humans-covid-19-cell-culture-theory-gains-steam

  • satire from The Onion

    Trump Blames China For Acting Too Late In Coordinating U.S. Coronavirus Response

    https://www.theonion.com/trump-blames-china-for-acting-too-late-in-coordinating-1843243502

  • YouTube is automatically deleting comments that contain certain Chinese-language phrases related to criticism of the country’s ruling Communist Party (CCP).

    Comments left under videos or in live streams that contain the words “共匪” (“communist bandit”) or “五毛” (“50-cent party”) are automatically deleted in around 15 seconds, though their English language translations and Romanized Pinyin equivalents are not.

    It is time to look for communist traitors inside youtube.

  • Mildly offtopic.

    "Heey, guy is doing great saving lives et ce te ra, but know what? Wheres my money bitch?"

    26/05 El País

    Plunged in the coronavirus crisis and a moratorium, the Argentine president has not yet shown the keys to his mandate (debt renegotiation)

    https://brasil.elpais.com/internacional/2020-05-25/apesar-de-popularidade-na-pandemia-fernandez-mantem-incognitas-sobre-rumos-da-argentina.html#?sma=newsletter_brasil_diaria20200526

    Profile article about the wonderful life of the president of Santander Bank during coronavírus, seven days earlier.

    19/05 El País

    Ana Botín: “Europe needs to understand that solidarity is not charity”

    https://brasil.elpais.com/economia/2020-05-18/ana-botin-a-europa-precisa-entender-que-solidariedade-nao-e-caridade.html

    Some 2 years earlier:

    11/02/2018 O Jornal Econômico

    Banco Santander trusts in the future of Argentina and in the country's growth potential and, therefore, will invest more than 20 billion pesos (about 850 million euros) in 3 years and established among its objectives to double the volume, in that same credits granted to clients, El Economista reports.

    https://jornaleconomico.sapo.pt/noticias/banco-santander-quer-crescer-na-argentina-e-duplicar-o-credito-em-3-anos-268289

    Great kind of politically correct people we have here.

  • more on the source......

  • US govt blocks foia into wuhan investigations...coverup, or real investigations ? https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/nih-wont-release-wuhan-biolab-docs-due-pending-investigations

  • Aussies blame wuhan ..... What Is China Hiding ?....

  • The Republican senator Rick Scott claimed on Sunday the US has evidence China is trying to slow down or sabotage the development of a Covid-19 vaccine by Western countries.

    “We have got to get this vaccine done. Unfortunately we have evidence that communist China is trying to sabotage us or slow it down,” he said during a BBC interview.

    “China does not want us … to do it first, they have decided to be an adversary to Americans and I think to democracy around the world.”

    Asked what evidence the US had, Scott declined to give details but said it had come through the intelligence community.

    “This vaccine is really important to all of us getting our economy going again. What I really believe is whether England does it first or we do it first, we are going to share. Communist China, they are not going to share,” he said.

    It is hightly likely (c) that China is also responsible for US debt. I am sure we'll hear this soon.

  • The European Commission has come out with an unambiguous message against China’s efforts to spread disinformation related to the coronavirus outbreak in Europe. It is the first time the EU executive has publicly called out China for its role in spreading fake news.

    https://www.euractiv.com/section/digital/news/time-to-tell-the-truth-on-chinese-disinformation-jourova-says/

    It is nice how EU bureaucrats want to shift responsibility.