Made in CHINA

2020 has been a roller coaster to say the least. Since the start of the year we have suffered through impeachments, pandemic-flu’s, bad advice from unelected bureaucrats, censorship, and the news media lying about all of it. Keep in mind, we still have a month to go, and I’m betting this will be the perfect crescendo for the what many of us can safely say, has been the worst year of our lives.

When we tally all this up, we should ask ourselves, who’s to blame for all this chaos? Well, we can point fingers at a gaggle of bad actors in our own political system and society, but that’s always been there. For my part, I just want a simple scapegoat I can heap the entirety of this mess on so that I can move forward into 2021 with some sort of workable plan that doesn’t involve me living with total and complete disdain for half of the country and the entirety of our government. Think of it like what Russia was to 2016… only with more facts and evidence.

Firstly, all of us across the globe, owe a debt of thanks to Dr. Li Wenliang, the ophthalmologist who shared his findings of a SARS like virus with colleagues via WeChat before being reprimanded by the authorities in the CCP. He and others like him tried their best to warn the rest of the world that this was in fact a very deadly disease similar to the original SARS epidemic from 2003 which coincidentally the Chinese Communist party also failed to contain. I’m guessing that if this new and novel coronavirus was trying to secure the right to vote or have free speech, they would have crushed it immediately.

Instead, they did what all Communist bureaucrats do…. ignore it and silence anyone who dares bring it up. Chinese New Year officially began on Jan 10 and created a perfect storm for spreading the virus when people would meet with family across the country. On Jan 11, another whisleblower named Zhang Yongzhen and his team published the virus genome for the world to evaluate…. his lab was shut down by authorities the next day. Let’s keep in mind that even as late a Jan 14, the World Health Organization(WHO) was still making statements like “we have found no clear evidence of human to human transmission” That’s a full two weeks after discovery of the virus made it’s way to newsstands in the outside world and if you really want to go down the rabbit hole, it may have been around in China even longer than that[1],[2].

At this point, we would expect the WHO and our wonderful News Networks would in fact react to this news. Maybe even send some people over there to investigate? Well, the WHO leaders flew to Geneva, Switzerland to have a big group meet up to talk about it after the US confirmed it’s first case. Anyone who works in the WHO knows that flights away from the troubled areas and towards 5 star hotels are how problems get solved. The WHO would not send their own team into investigate until sometime around Feb 14. This was well after people were being welded into their apartments so they couldn’t leave and then be forgotten or removed later by force or in bags. Keep in mind, all this is going on in China wile receiving glowing praise from the WHO leader, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus for their wonderful response to this crisis. To top it off, the WHO doesn’t want to recognize Taiwan’s (and others) concerns, and prefers they get their misinformation directly from the CCP rather than be forced to pull the same tactics themselves.

The US Media, for that matter avoided any stories negative to China. They were the first to highlight that the common flu was much worse and was nice enough to tell us to stop being racist. This is ironically the same advice coming from Chinese run state media and a useful message for Baizuo. Almost as soon as the virus genome was published, scientist were quick to point out that this virus was totally organically constructed could not have been created in, or even have had something to do with China’s crappy P4 lab at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Bear in mind that the lab took over 10 years to design and build, and that the French gave up on half way through their joint construction effort. At the time, anyone who dared hypothesize that China’s leadership or their lab personal were even party responsible for this massive outbreak were quickly censured or allegorithmicaly demoted by the digital gangsters of silicon valley. We would all love more evidence to go along with the animal market theory, but no samples were shared and the market was totally demolished. I guess we will just have to take their word for it.

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