No Evidence – Biden Not Happy After All U.S. Spy Agencies Still “Inconclusive” Over Origins Of Covid-19

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After 90 days of investigations carried out by all the U.S. intelligence agencies, there is still no evidence to point finger at China as the exact origin of Covid-19. Newly installed U.S. President Joe Biden issued an order in May to the intelligence community to “redouble efforts” to collect and analyze information, hoping to find a “definitive conclusion” about the origins of the Coronavirus pandemic.


The U.S. intelligence community was given 90 days by Biden to confirm the hypothesis first promoted by former U.S. president Donald Trump that the virus may have escaped from a Chinese laboratory. After his disastrous mishandling of the outbreak in the U.S., Trump had tried to deflect his incompetency and complacency by putting all the blames on the Chinese government.


Not satisfied with calling it as the “Chinese virus” or “Wuhan virus”, Trump then said his government will investigate whether the virus came from a laboratory in China (despite the lack of evidence). Amusingly, top US general Mark Milley had raised his doubt on the similar issue, saying American intelligence suggested the Coronavirus was likely to have occurred naturally instead of being manufactured in a laboratory.

Coronavirus - Wuhan Institute of Virology

Besides China, Trump had also diverted attention to the WHO and cut US$400 million funding to the World Health Organization. The former president had accused the WHO of promoting Chinese “disinformation” about the virus. His administration basically accused the WHO of having its role in helping China to cover up the Coronavirus outbreak.


Earlier, Trump had accused Beijing of not telling him earlier what was happening so that he could prepare earlier. In truth, as early as January 22, 2020, as the nation saw the first American diagnosed with Covid-19 after returning from China, Trump confidently told CNBC – “We have it under control. It’s one person coming in from China. It’s going to be just fine.”


Later, at a press conference on Feb 10, 2020, Trump even suggested that the highly infectious disease would simply “go away” in April, as temperatures warm. In fact, just hours before the WHO declared the outbreak a global emergency, Trump had even assured Americans that the virus would have “a very good ending for us”.

Coronavirus - Donald Trump Wears Mask

Interestingly, an unclassified briefing document on the Coronavirus has been revealed by the U.S. military showing that as early as Feb 3, 2020, the United States Army had warned the White House that the pathogen could kill at least 150,000 Americans. The document – “Black Swan” analysis – which was prepared on Feb 3 had projected that between 80,000 and 150,000 people could die.


But Trump administration’s hostile and anti-Chinese policy has become such a convenient tool to divert attention from the incompetence of American leaders themselves. The U.S. also was not impressed that China is threatening the U.S. as an economic superpower. Therefore, blaming the Chinese for the global pandemic is the best and easiest way to undermine China.


As anti-Chinese sentiment in the U.S. escalated, thanks to Republican Trump, Democrats Biden has decided to continue his predecessor’s policy. Like Trump, Joe Biden is committed to a distinctly anti-China global strategy rooted in fears of American decline. The POTUS has sworn that China will not become the world leader, let alone the wealthiest country in the world.

US President Joe Biden

Jamie Dimon, the CEO and chairman of JP Morgan Chase, wrote in his annual letter to the company’s shareholders – “China’s leaders believe that America is in decline. While the U.S. had faced tough times in the past, the Chinese see an America that is losing ground in technology, infrastructure, and education – a nation torn and crippled by politics, as well as racial and income inequality.”


Naturally, U.S.’ claims to find the true origins of the pandemic have been met with strong resistance by China. While Washington says that Beijing has not been “completely transparent” in the global investigation into the source of Covid-19, China says the U.S. is trying to create disinformation, manipulate news media and sensationalize “fabricated evidence” to smear other countries.


After all, in its report in March, WHO has already dismissed the possibility that the Covid pandemic began with a lab leak because it was “extremely unlikely” that the virus was introduced to humans this way. Of course, the White House has rubbished the report, saying – “The report lacks crucial data, information, and access. It represents a partial and incomplete picture.”

Coronavirus - Wuhan Doctors

Under pressure, WHO has proposed a second phase of investigation, which will involve the audit of laboratories and markets in the city of Wuhan, the area where the virus was first identified. Furious, Zeng Yixin, deputy health minister, said this showed “disrespect for common sense and arrogance toward science”. The proposal was an allegation that China’s laboratory protocols had been violated.


In July, China rejected the WHO’s proposal, accusing it as politically motivated. Mr Zeng said – “We will not accept such an origin-tracing plan. We hope the WHO would seriously review the considerations and suggestions made by Chinese experts and truly treat the origin tracing of the Covid-19 virus as a scientific matter, and get rid of political interference.”


Now that a new assessment by all the U.S. spy agencies have failed to confidently conclude whether the new Coronavirus jumped to humans naturally, or via a lab leak, it would be harder for Biden to continue his crusade to demonize China. The report, which was released on Friday, found that the virus was not developed as a biological weapon.

Coronavirus - Wuhan Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market

More importantly, the intelligence community also assessed that Chinese officials did not have foreknowledge of the virus before the initial outbreak that triggered a global pandemic. While Biden can continue to pressure China to reveal more, which the country won’t, the U.S. spy agencies said they would not be able to reach a more definitive conclusion unless it receives more information.


In retaliation to the U.S. determination to find fault with China, the Chinese have instead called WHO and the international community to open an investigation of the Fort Detrick bio-laboratory, claiming that the Covid-19 virus originated from an American military base in Maryland, about 80 km (50 miles) north of Washington DC.


Formerly the centre of the US biological weapons programme (1943-1969), Fort Detrick currently houses biomedical labs researching viruses, including Ebola and smallpox. The Chinese media argues that it makes more sense that Fort Detrick, home to US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID), was the source of the Coronavirus outbreak than the “Wuhan lab leak” theory.

Coronavirus - Fort Detrick Bio-Laboratory

In August 2019, its deadly germ research operations were abruptly shut down following serious safety violations. That incident has been connected to the virus’s origins to a U.S. Coronavirus expert, Dr Ralph Baric, and researchers at Fort Detrick. Apparently, Baric and his team, including researchers from the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China, were leading the charge in studying bat Coronaviruses.


Known as “The Coronavirus Hunter”, American scientist Baric has been tracking Coronaviruses for decades and working on medications to treat Coronavirus-caused infections. In 2003, a published paper, of which Baric was a co-author, showcased the power of “reverse genetics” technique, which could bring an actual virus to life from its genetic code and “mix and match” parts of multiple viruses.


Hence, if Washington wants Beijing to be “completely transparent”, the U.S. too should show its transparency – open the door of Fort Detrick for international audit and investigation. Other evidence presented in USA Today and The Palm Beach Post shows there were 171 cases linked to Covid-19 in Florida in December 2019, where 107 of the patients had not traveled outside of the U.S.

Coronavirus - Dr Ralph Baric - Expert

In the same breath, perhaps the Biden administration should explain why scientists of the University of Cambridge in the U.K. together with researchers from Germany had discovered that Americans who had lived in Wuhan had “type-A” of Covid-19, the root of the outbreak, but most of the Chinese infected in Wuhan had the “type-B”, which can’t exist without type “A”.


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Good write up, finance twitter but why are holding up comments
that was written 4, 5 days ago. Why don’t you publish them the same or the next day.?

What is the reason for the delay in publishing the comments, finance twitter ? Is it some kind ‘strategic move’ you are applying, for reasons only known to you or are our comments not suitable or proper to be published or it no longer fits into your agenda whatever that may be.

Whatever the reason please let us. Thank you.

“Comment by financetwitter on April 24, 2020 at 10:51 pm

You mean the Chinese have reached the intelligence level and technology knowledge that they could engineer and manipulate virus as to which variant of virus will infect which ethnicity or continent?”


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The six strains of SARS-CoV-2

Currently, there are six strains of carnivorous. The original one is the L strain, that appeared in Wuhan in December 2019. Its first mutation – the S strain – appeared at the beginning of 2020, while, since mid-January 2020, we have had strains V and G. To date strain G is the most widespread: it mutated into strains GR and GH at the end of February 2020.

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No other countries in the world are pointing fingers at anyone not yet anyway except Communist China and USA. Most countries are busy ‘fire fighting’ the corona virus pandemic which has disrupted and devastated their normal way of life. They never asked for it , they did not invite it , but it came. Their borders with all their securities watch and defense systems, be they, their army, navy, air force, intelligence unit and some with nukes, could not stop it from entering and killing their citizens.

Gees, if only this corona virus can be weaponized what terrible weapon it will be. Its’ kill nature’, targets only the humans, not the water, building, food, environment and whatever else, just

Because it is biological , just imagine, someone or some nation diabolical enough to possesses it, knowledgeable enough to ‘ reengineer’, or ‘redesign’ and ‘programmed’ it to kill as per their want
n need, which can be a particular race of a nation (Human DNA Sequences) or blood group wise, etc, etc, etc.

Again, imagine, a nation or nations, powerful one perhaps, whose resources are dwindling, natural or otherwise to support itself and its people. What do you think it is going to do, when other nations with resources enough to sustain itself will not be able to supply to these powerful nations and these powerful nations are in possession of such weaponized biological deadly virus. No one, no nation, no country will be safe anymore. Just thinking out loud.

The only countries that were busy pointing fingers in regards to the origin of the corona virus was Communist China at every other country it can think of other than itself and USA at Communist China. But now Communist China has confined to pointing at USA and USA as before pointing at Communist China.

‘Rumors’ has it that both these countries were actually in it together on the research of the corona virus microorganisms,

Quote:- The Cover-Up

In the original report, we laid out many of the ways the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and the World Health Organization (WHO) went to great lengths to cover up the initial epidemic, and how their cover-up likely turned what could have been a local outbreak into a global pandemic. The CCP detained doctors in order to silence them, and disappeared journalists who attempted to expose the truth. They destroyed lab samples, and hid the fact there was clear evidence of human-to-human transmission. And they still refuse to allow a real investigation into the origins. At the same time, the WHO, under Director General Tedros, failed to warn the world of the impending pandemic. Instead, he parroted CCP talking points, acting as a puppet of General Secretary Xi.

In this addendum, we have uncovered further evidence of how top scientists at the WIV and Dr. Peter Daszak, an American scientist, furthered that cover-up. Their actions include bullying other scientists who questioned whether the virus could have leaked from a lab; misleading the world about how a virus can be modified without leaving a trace; and, in many, instances directly lying about the nature of the research they were conducting, as well as the low-level safety protocols they were using for
that research.

These actions not only delayed an initial investigation into the possibility of a lab leak costing valuable time, but provide further proof the virus likely leaked from the WIV. These actions also call
into question the way in which U.S. government grants are used in overseas labs and call for more oversight of those grants” Unquote.

Quote:- Gain-of-Function Research – “Research that improves the ability of a pathogen to cause disease.”


Quote :- “Who is Peter Daszak, the nonprofit exec who sent taxpayer money to Wuhan lab?” – nypost.com

“EcoHealth has used those grants to fund controversial “gain-of-function” research — which can increase the infectiousness and virulence of viruses — at facilities that include the Wuhan Institute of Virology, according to Vanity Fair.

The WIV received about $600,0000 from a five-year, $3 million-plus grant that Vanity Fair said EcoHealth got from the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, which is headed by Dr. Anthony Fauci.” Unquote



Quote:- “How British expert Dr Peter Daszak orchestrated a ‘bullying’ campaign and coerced top scientists into signing off on a letter to The Lancet aimed at removing blame for Covid-19 from the Wuhan lab he was funding with US money” Unquote. – dailymail.co.uk



Quote :- Playing dumb . . . to protect the guilty?

On May 25, 2020, after the emergence of COVID-19, Baric was interviewed by North Carolina Public Radio. In the interview, he was asked this:

“There is a controversy about the laboratory in Wuhan, China. Do they have the kind of safety precautions that you have at the University of North Carolina, and do you have any thoughts about whether this virus was a natural bat-to-human transfer? Or was there something a little bit more, perhaps, insidious involved?”

BARIC responded:

“Well, of course, the answers to those questions are in China and it’s very difficult to imagine that anyone else would know the answer to that question except for people in China.

“But, I will say this about their facilities. They have a state-of-the-art BSL3/BSL4 facility that was designed and actually discussed with groups here in the United States that also have BSL3 and BSL4 facilities and so the design and the function of that facility, in terms of its safety, has been well reviewed. Exactly how they work in that facility is something that would be very difficult for a Westerner to know unless they had access to the facility and it’s very difficult to get into any nation’s high-containment BSL3/BSL4 facility. So, I don’t know the answer to that question.

“The main problem that the Institute of Virology has is that the outbreak occurred in close proximity to that institute. That institute has the best collection of virologists in the world, that have gone out and sought out and isolated and sampled bat species throughout Southeast Asia. And so they have a very large collection of viruses in their laboratory. Proximity is a problem. It makes it look bad in any event, and there’s no way to stop that speculation unless China decides to do an open transparent review of what was in the facility and what was going on at that time.” Unquote -Oganic consumers Association.



Quote – Dr Ralph Baric in storm over pandemic profit pitch: Did he abet CCP’s Covid war? – NewsX

During the 2018 conference “Imagining the Next Flu Pandemic – and Preventing it!” Baric uses the graphics to extrapolate investment assistance on how to “make money in the next pandemic” by showing which stocks and industries soared during the Ebola crisis.

China’s 2018 leaked video of Wuhan Institute of Virology concludes that the COVID-19 originated from China’s Wuhan lab and during the 2018 conference, Dr. Ralph Baric of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, a collaborator and gain-of-function advocate, gave attendees advice on how to “make a profit” in the next pandemic.

Wuhan lab’s researchers immediately started brainstorming ways of making money from a pandemic. Baric shows a slide titled “Global Catastrophe: Opportunities Exist” during his 2018 conference.

“Imagining the Next Flu Pandemic – and Preventing it!” He uses the graphics to extrapolate investment assistance on how to “make money in the next pandemic” by showing which stocks and industries soared during the Ebola crisis.

Before pointing out that “there are real mutual funds for outbreak preparedness Baric adds that the abovementioned sectors and firms would “probably do very well.” He also added “Some items are successful. “It was the same thing in 1918, with masks, and it’s the same thing today.” According to Baric, pandemics are periods of fortune, amid times of societal instability, there is a potential for people to achieve political, financial, and personal gain, and this will almost certainly happen.

Baric said if one wants to make money from the pandemic then purchase stock in firms that create Lab coats and protective clothes, or firms that develop antiviral medications for that epidemic.

Last year, scientists proposed the “natural emergence” of Covid-19 as the most logical explanation. However, in recent times, many scientists and officials from all across the world have raised concerns that the disease may have left a Chinese laboratory. According to a report from a US laboratory, the Wuhan lab leak hypothesis appears credible. Unquote



What Did Fauci Know And When? His Emails Point To Panic, Lies, And A Possible Cover-Up –The Federalist

Quote :-Wow! Dr. Auchincloss’ email confirms Dr. Fauci’s worst fear. American tax dollars funded gain of function research at the WIV and that research didn’t go through proper oversight (the P3 framework).

Dr. Fauci already knew there was a lethal virus on the loose in Wuhan, China. In just 13 hours, between 10:32 p.m. January 31, 2020, and 11:47 a.m. February 1, 2020, Dr. Fauci learned three additional facts.

First, Dr. Fauci knew that American taxpayers had helped to fund dangerous gain-of-function research in Wuhan, China.

Second, Dr. Fauci knew this research funding did not go through the government’s required safety review process — a process known as the P3 framework.

Third, Dr. Fauci knew that the virus “looked…engineered” and seemed to be “inconsistent with evolutionary theory.” Unquote.




Quote:- HUGE EXCLUSIVE: US Dr. Ralph Baric Was Reviewing Moderna’s and Dr. Fauci’s Coronavirus Vaccine in December 2019! — What’s Going On? — The Gateway Pundit

When did Doctors Fauci and Baric find out about the China coronavirus leak in Wuhan and how did they know it?

Why was the US investigating the coronavirus vaccine before the Western world even knew about it?

On April 9, 2020, we were the first media outlet to report on major events leading up to the China coronavirus leak that we suspected came from the Wuhan Institute of Virology. We were able to determine Chinese Doctor Shi Zhengli was part of a team that was working on a coronavirus project jointly with US doctors in 2014 before it was shut down by the DHS for being too risky.

After the US research project was shut down, Dr. Shi continued her coronavirus research in Wuhan, China.

We reported that Doctor Shi Zhengli from China was part of a team, including Doctor Ralph S. Baric from North Carolina, that published an article in a 2015 edition of Nature Medicine.

In the article, they discussed bat coronaviruses that showed potential for human emergence. The article was published in 2015.

This report was published shortly after their project was defunded by the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

The HHS in 2014 sent a letter to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where they announced they were going to defund the program.

Dr. Ralph S. Baric was identified in the letter.

After the work stopped in the US, the Chinese moved forward with the project and ran research and development in Wuhan at the Wuhan Virology Center. From Shi Zhengli’s papers and resume, it is clear that they successfully isolated the virus in the lab and were actively experimenting with species species transmission.

Today, Dr. Lawrence Sellin, who contributed much to this effort to uncover the truth about COVID, reported that a December 12, 2019 agreement was signed by Dr. Ralph Baric that he would receive the “mRNA coronavirus vaccine candidates developed and jointly-owned by NIAID and Moderna”:

The Moderna mRNA vaccine is now being given to people around the world. Pfizer also has an mRNA vaccine. Ralph Baric is a long-time coronavirus researcher with close ties with the batwoman and the Wuhan Institute of Virology as noted above in our post from April 2020. December 12, 2019, is very early in the COVID-19 outbreak before it was reported in the West. Baric would be a logical person to test the efficacy of an mRNA vaccine.

What this tells us is that Doctors Baric and Fauci may have been aware of what was happening in China and Fauci and Moderna were likely working on coronavirus vaccines before COVID-19 was announced in the West. The Moderna vaccine was ready for human testing very quickly.

It seems to be hardly a coincidence that Baric, who does not appear anywhere else in the confidential agreements should appear at such a consequential moment.

We can’t say this is a smoking gun of any type, but it is something not widely known and it certainly generates additional questions. Unquote



The United States during the Trump era used the phrase “Wuhan Virus” and asserted that the global pandemic was the responsibility of the Chinese government, with his cohorts even demanding for “compensation” to the tune of trillions of dollars. At various times, Trump and his Sec of State Pompous had used phrases like “Chinese Virus” and “Kung Flu” to stigmatize the Chinese, which in no small way had contributed largely to the vicious violent attacks on the Asian minorities in the US.

In the recent period, we have seen a range of panzootic avian flu such as H1N1, H5Nx, H5N2 and H5N6. Even though H5N2 was known to have originated in the United States, it was not known as the “American virus” and no one sought to stigmatize the United States for it.

The “Spanish Flu” was only named after Spain because it came during World War I and evidence showed that the Spanish Flu began in the United States, in a military base in Kansas where the chickens transmitted the virus to their soldiers. It would then travel to British India, where 60 percent of the casualties of that pandemic took place. It was never named the “American Flu” and no Indian government has ever sought to recover costs from the United States because of the animal-to-human transmission that happened there.

The relentless xenophobia against China was carried on by the new Biden Administration, with its compliant corporate media working in tandem to demonize, smear and fabricate fake stories virtually non-stop 24/7 to contain the rise of China.

The following is a very meticulous, well-written, careful piece that countered and debunked practically all of these Western media baseless hysterical accusations :

( please see the next posting here. I wish to apologize for not able to provide the name of the author of the piece, which is regrettable , as he/she deserves credit for such an excellent reporting)

Allegation: China could have contained the virus within Wuhan in the first place. However, it allowed many of its nationals to fly to New York and other places, spreading the virus to the rest of the world.

Reality Check: China took the most stringent measures within the shortest possible time, which has largely kept the virus within Wuhan. Statistics show that very few cases were exported from China.

# The Chinese government took the most comprehensive, rigorous and thorough measures in a timely fashion, and effectively broke the chain of transmission. According to a Science report, thanks to these measures, the number of infections in China was reduced by more than 700,000.

# China put Wuhan under a temporary lockdown as of 23 January, meaning that there were no outbound commercial flights or train services from 24 January through 8 April. So it was impossible for Wuhan residents to travel overseas during this period of time.

# When Wuhan was shut down on 23 January, only one case was publicly confirmed in the US. When the US closed its borders on 2 February to all Chinese citizens and foreigners who had been to China within the previous 14 days, there were only eight confirmed cases in the US according to its official data. When the US declared a national emergency on 13 March, the number of its confirmed cases was 1,896. When China lifted the lockdown on Wuhan on 8 April, the number of confirmed cases in the US rose to 400,000. As of May 16, 2020, confirmed cases in the US have exceeded 1.2 million, with as many as over 70,000 deaths. Looking back, it took less than 100 days for the number of confirmed cases to surge from one to one million in the United States.

# New York Governor Andrew Cuomo pointed to a research by the Northeastern University showing that strains of the novel coronavirus entered his state were not from China. The New York Times cited US research that most New York coronavirus cases did not come from Asia.

# Data from Canada’s major provinces show that the virus was brought into the country by US visitors. The French research institute Institut Pasteur found that the virus strain circulating locally in France is of unknown origin. None of the imported cases in Russia was from China. The Australian Department of Health noted that only a very small portion of imported cases came from Northeast Asia. In Singapore, cases imported from China were less than one-tenth of those from other countries. The Japanese National Institute of Infectious Diseases believed that the strain confirmed in Japan since early March was not from China.

Allegation: China’s initial cover-up and delayed release of information resulted in the spread of the virus.

Reality Check: What has happened is an unexpected attack by an unknown virus against human beings. It takes time to study and understand it. China has provided timely information to the world in an open, transparent and responsible manner.

# On 27 December 2019, Dr. Zhang Jixian, director of the respiratory and critical care medicine department of Hubei Provincial Hospital of Integrated Chinese and Western Medicine, reported three cases of pneumonia of unknown cause immediately after receiving the patients. This was the first reporting of suspected cases of a new disease by local authorities of China. On the same day, the Wuhan CDC conducted epidemiological investigation and testing on the patients concerned.

# On 30 December 2019, the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission issued two emergency notices on the reporting and treatment of pneumonia of unknown cause.

# On 31 December 2019, the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission released a situation report on pneumonia of unknown cause in Wuhan. On the same day, China informed the WHO China Country Office of cases of pneumonia of unknown cause detected in Wuhan.

# On 3 January 2020, China began sending regular, timely updates about the novel coronavirus to WHO, other countries including the United States, and China’s Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan regions. Between 3 January and 3 February, China updated the US 30 times on the epidemic situation and its response measures.

# Following the first public reporting of the pneumonia by the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission on 31 December 2019, China completed the identification and sequencing of the virus as early as on 7 January 2020, and shared the genome sequence information with WHO and other countries on 11 January. On 10 January, the Wuhan Institute of Virology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and other professional institutions developed preliminary testing kits, and stepped up research on vaccines and effective medication. On 20 January, the National Health Commission designated the new coronavirus pneumonia as a statutory infectious disease. On 24 January, COVID-19 cases began to be directly reported online.

# In contrast to China’s response measures, the US government had not declared a national emergency until 13 March, 70 days after it was notified by China of the new virus on 3 January 2020, 40 days after it closed its borders on 2 February to all Chinese citizens and foreign nationals who had traveled in China within 14 days.

#On 1 May, the US CDC posted on its website a report drafted by its Principal Deputy Director Dr. Anne Schuchat and COVID-19 Response Team.

According to the report, after “the first confirmed coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) case in the United States was reported on January 21, 2020”, the “outbreak appeared contained through February, and then accelerated rapidly.” It notes that “various factors contributed to accelerated spread during February — March 2020, including continued travel-associated importations, large gatherings, introductions into high-risk workplaces and densely populated areas, and cryptic transmission resulting from limited testing and asymptomatic and pre-symptomatic spread.”

Allegation: China arrested Dr. Li Wenliang, a whistle-blower, to cover up the spread of the virus.

Reality Check: Dr. Li Wenliang was not a whistle-blower, and he was not arrested. In fact, Dr Li was not a virologist or an infectious disease expert..he was an opthalmologist, a doctor who specialized in eye and vision care.

# All countries have strict rules on the confirmation of infectious diseases. This is a common practice.

# China’s Law on Prevention and Treatment of Infectious Diseases has established strict approval procedures and rules for the reporting, verification and information release of an infectious disease.

# Dr. Zhang Jixian, a respiratory doctor, was the first to report COVID-19 cases, and was awarded for this contribution.

# On the afternoon of 30 December 2019 (three days after Dr. Zhang Jixian reported cases of unknown infection and one day before Wuhan released the relevant information), Dr. Li Wenliang, an ophthalmologist, sent a message to his alumni WeChat group. He claimed that there were “seven confirmed SARS cases”, and asked the group not to spread the information. However, leaked screenshots of the conversation spread quickly on the Internet and caused panic.

# On 3 January 2020, Wuhan’s local police authorities asked Dr. Li to a police station for inquiry, and urged him to stop spreading unconfirmed information by issuing him a letter of reprimand.

# In mid-January, Dr. Li started to show symptoms of infection. And on 31 January, he was confirmed to be infected by COVID-19.

# On 7 February, Dr. Li passed away after all rescue measures were exhausted. On the same day, the National Health Commission publicly expressed condolences over his death. The National Supervisory Commission decided to send an inspection group to Wuhan to investigate issues related to Dr. Li.

# On 19 March, the inspection group released its findings and held a press briefing. Wuhan’s Public Security Bureau announced the decision on the matter, pointing to the misapplication of relevant legal provisions in Dr. Li’s case, and revoked the reprimand letter.

# Dr. Li Wenliang was a good doctor. He was a member of the Communist Party of China, not a so-called “anti-establishment figure”. On 5 March, he was named a “national model healthcare worker in fighting COVID-19”. On 2 April, he was honored as a martyr.

Labeling Dr. Li Wenliang as an “anti-establishment hero” or “awakener” is very disrespectful to Dr. Li and his family. It is purely political manipulation with no sense of decency. On 28 April, the Central Committee of the Communist Youth League of China and the All-China Youth Federation jointly issued the 24th “May Fourth Medals” to honor outstanding representatives and role models of Chinese youths, and Dr. Li Wenliang was among the honorees. The Independent Media Institute conducted a thorough investigation on how the media made unjust reporting about Dr. Li, and concluded that the attempt of Western media to describe what happened to Dr. Li as evidence of the Chinese government’s suppression of information about the virus is simply not logical.

Allegation: China was too late in disclosing information about human-to-human transmission. As a result, the US and the rest of the world had not gained enough knowledge about how contagious and deadly the virus was and therefore failed to respond quickly enough.

Reality Check: The messages from China and the World Health Organization have been timely and strong. The US knows about the danger of the virus all along.

It takes a rigorous scientific process to determine whether a new virus can be transmitted from person to person.

# On 9 January, a Chinese expert group had already confirmed on the media that the pathogen was preliminarily determined as a novel coronavirus.

# On 20 January, the high-level expert group of the National Health Commission informed the media that the novel coronavirus could be transmitted from person to person. On that day, the US reported no confirmed case.

# On 23 January, China sent a powerful warning to the world by putting Wuhan, a city of 12 million people, under lockdown. On that day, the US reported only one case.

# On 22 January, WHO issued a warning about the potential risk of human-to-human transmission on its website.

# On 27 January, WHO raised the level of risk posed by COVID-19 at a global level from moderate to high, noting the risk to be very high in China and high at a regional level.

# On 30 January, the WHO International Health Regulations Emergency Committee held a meeting and declared the outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC).

The US was the first country to pull out personnel from its consulate-general in Wuhan and the first to announce entry restrictions on all Chinese citizens:

As early as on 25 January, the US announced the decision to close its consulate-general in Wuhan and pull out its staff;

On 2 February, the US announced the decision to close borders to all Chinese citizens and foreign nationals who had been to China within the prior 14 days, while it only had eight reported cases on that day.
It was not until early March that the US government seriously acknowledged the danger and severity of the spread of the virus in the country.

In an opinion article, Jeffrey Sachs, a renowned US economist and Director of the Center for Sustainable Development at Columbia University, criticized the US government for making reckless charges against China, calling them illogical and dangerous. He said that the US government’s claim that China is the cause of America’s problems is a big lie and recalls the end of McCarthy era.

# The Taiwan authorities claimed that its CDC had warned WHO of the existence of human-to-human transmission of COVID-19 in an email at the end of December 2019, but WHO withheld this information from the world. In response to this allegation, Dr. Michael Ryan, Executive Director of the WHO Health Emergencies Programme, clarified on 4 May that the email sent from Taiwan on 31 December 2019 was not a warning, but a request for more information on cases of atypical pneumonia reported by news sources.


Who is this Professor Ralph Baric ?

Baric, 67, a professor of virology and infectious diseases at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has been deeply involved in the field of coronaviruses for more than 30 years and has his own laboratory.

In 2003, shortly after the SARS outbreak, Baric cloned the infectious strain of the SARS virus. The Fall 2003 issue of the University of North Carolina’s journal, The Endeavor, reported that Baric had done the experiment at the “U.S. Army’s top BSL3 laboratory”, the Fort Detrick Biological Laboratory, in Maryland. The journal added that Baric was “the only American researcher to have cloned all the coronaviruses”.

In 2004, Brric’s team began work on the “reverse genetics of the SARS virus”, which has been funded by the National Institutes of Health for several years. The project description says: “We are the only research team in the United States to have successfully assembled the full sequence complementary DNA (cDNA) of SARS virus, murine hepatitis virus and porcine infectious gastroenteritis virus.”

On 25 November 2008, Barrick’s team published the paper “Synthetic recombinant SARS-like coronavirus is infectious to cultured cells and lab rats” in the online edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, announcing the success of this research. It was described in the media as the world’s first laboratory synthesis of a SARS virus.

In November 2015, Baric’s team published a paper in Nature Medicine saying that they had successfully produced a “chimeric” virus that possessed the stinging protein of one bat coronavirus and the stinging protein of another coronavirus. The “chimeric” virus is infectious to human cells.

A review of the US Patent Office website shows that Baric’s team holds a number of patents relating to synthetic viruses. For example, a patent numbered 7279327 was applied for in April 2002 and granted in October 2007, entitled “Method for making a recombinant coronavirus”. Baric has admitted on several occasions that his team has the exclusive technology to synthesise a number of coronaviruses.

In other words, as far as the technology is publicly available, only the US scientist has the technology to synthesize coronaviruses. Ironically, it was also under the guidance of Professor Barrick that Shi Zhenli’s team at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China came up with the idea of an altered coronavirus.

Meanwhile China has unearthed a series of insider stories about various biological institutes in the US.

At this moment of writing, most scientists are not convinced that the new virus was synthesised by the US institutes in question, but it is well established that these US institutes are fully involved in biological weapons research for decades.

No intelligent person should be at all surprised at the report. Despite the fact that so much has been invested in churning out something that could be used to blame and demonise China – and please those Yank neocons, corrupt Yank politicians, and the hillbilly rednecks. Add the Japs – and, of course, Australia. And, not to forget those low crawling useful water carrier, loyal and servile subcontinental slave stooges, aptly, Tonto Hindians to the Yank rustler cowboys.

Blessed moo-worshipper Hinduvache nation of cave-dwelling tribal “savages” (per Churchill), fervent propagators of the Modi-fied virus, the ultra-contagious ketuanan Delhi Variant, must be utterly disappointed the report couldn’t blame China, as is creator Narendracula, and their much-worshipped white massahs Hari Trumpji too!

Anyone capable of reading (and understanding) the science, thus far behind Covid, would have known the report would not be anything earth-shaking and amazing. Trump and the usual suspects tried really hard to smear China – but got absolutely nowhere. Worse still, the Yank intelligence services distanced themselves from pinning anything on China.

Mother Hindia and PM Narendracula who all energically suck up to their white massah Trump’s rear orifice and had wished, hoped and prayed fervently to the monkey, elephant, cow, etc gods so much for the blame to be pinned on China that they are now feeling strongly demoralised and defeated. And profoundly moronic.

But all is not lost for Hindia, and those multitude of sacrifices toasted in fiery pyres or floating bloated up and down Mother Gangrene have not deepakted their ugly world in vain. Hindia remains the saviour of the world, nobody wants its faulty and dodgy vaccines it can’t properly manufacture, and the Modi-fied Delhi Variant still tops the list of ultra dangerous variants, and is still harming well over 40,000 Hindians per day in Hindia – as well as wreaking havoc in many parts of the world. So much for Hindia “saving the world”! Some may see the super-high covid numbers as some kind of “success”, maybe a natural occurring wonder, with such a huge ultra-backward cesspoo nation like Hindia, Harry Rama!

Well, in a week when there was an abject and disastrous failure on the part of the US saving Yanks and their Afghan buddies in Kabul; when Cackling Kampala Harris failed utterly to bring on board Singkies and the Vietcongs in the US enterprise to contain China; when close allies in the EU turned on Sleepy Joe for his hopeless handling of the US defeat in Talibanistan; when Taiwanese “Iron Maiden” turned Tauhu Maiden at the unlikely prospect the Yanks would come save Taiwan from a Chinese takeover, it sure adds to the bitter wounds Sleepy Joe and Yankland sustained on the way to becoming just another fcuking Hindia sh*thole country – and totally opposite of Almighty Ketuanan Cina!

It is rather doubtful Sleepy Joe can recover from the turmoil that hit him the last week. When he wakes up, it may all be over for him. And he’d find Uncle Xi laughing joyously at him. While neo-fascist monkey Midi cries a second time after crying a first time when the world comes crashing down on him after Trump’s regime fell – and how hard Modiji sucked up to white massah Trump, what a fcuking lowly crawler!

What a letdown, I was rather hoping the Yank intelligence services proved China cooked up the virus – and Uncle Xi laughing away when the Yanks try seeking that huge compensation the Yanks want for the Chinese unleashing their “biological weapon” on them. Instead it was the slave wonders of cesspoo Hindia who unleashed their improved super killer strain Modi-fied Delhi Variant on their much-worshipped white heaven!

What unholy disappointment this much-awaited report for both their white massahs and them perpetual white massah-worshipping cesspoo nation of crawler slavewallahs… Hari Rama, Rama Drama, Hurry Hurry..!

Comment by Mel Victor on April 16, 2020 at 10:55 am

Investigative journalist George Webb said that there’s a great likelihood that the Patient Zero that the Chinese had been searching high and low could be an American …she is one of the 300 American soldiers taking part in the Military Games in Wuhan in Oct 2019. Her name is Maatje Banassi who, together, with 4 soldiers, came down with fever in Wuhan but was air lifted back to the US in a biohazard plane, which gave rise to enormous speculation why she and her colleague couldn’t fly back on commercial flight…or indeed,if it is just a normal flu, as they adamantly claimed, why even fly back, why not seek treatment in Wuhan ?


Conspiracy Theorist Makes Up Fake Story Naming U.S. Army Sgt. As Patient Zero. George Webb claims the sargent, who took part in the Military World Games, brought the virus to America.

By Susie Madrak ( 1 year ago / Crooks and Liars )

The people who spread these manufactured conspiracy theories deserve a special place in hell — and so does Google, which makes a lot of money off these parasites. The random victims of these nut jobs are going through torture. Via CNN’s New Day, a story about Maatje Benassi, a U.S. Army Sergeant who took place in the Military World Games, held in Wuhan last year:

Maatje Benassi competed in the cycling competition there, suffering an accident on the final lap that left her with a fractured rib and a concussion. Despite the crash, Benassi still finished the race, but it turned out to be the start of something worse. While hundreds of athletes from the US military took part in the games, Maatje Benassi was plucked out of the group and given a starring role in the conspiracy theory.

Perhaps the most prominent cheerleader of the idea that Benassi had a role in the imaginary plot to infect the world is George Webb, a prolific 59-year-old American misinformation peddler. Webb has for years regularly streamed hours of diatribe live on YouTube, where he has amassed more than 27 million views and almost 100,000 followers.

In 2017, CNN revealed how Webb was part of a trio of conspiracy theorists that pushed a false rumor about a cargo ship with a “dirty bomb” that was set to arrive at the Port of Charleston in South Carolina. The bomb never materialized, but the claims did lead to parts of the port — one of the biggest in America — being shut down for a time as a safety precaution.

Until recently, Webb said, his YouTube videos included advertisements — meaning the platform, which is owned by Google, was making money from Webb’s misinformation, as was Webb himself.

Benassi has never had COVID-19. This story was literally made up out of nothing. Something needs to happen to protect ordinary citizens who are targeted like this. Ironically, the same kind of people who think coronavirus is no big deal are the same kind of people saying Benassi should be shot.

( Susie Madrak is a former award-winning journalist and part of the first wave of progressive political bloggers. Also was managing editor of Crooks & Liars, and a senior political writer for Blue Nation Review.)



March 23, 2020 9:13 AM

On today’s menu: a day-by-day, month-by-month breakdown of China’s coronavirus coverup and the irreparable damage it has caused around the globe.

The Timeline of a Viral Ticking Time Bomb

The story of the coronavirus pandemic is still being written. But at this early date, we can see all kinds of moments where different decisions could have lessened the severity of the outbreak we are currently enduring. You have probably heard variations of:

“Chinese authorities denied that the virus could be transferred from human to human until it was too late.” What you have probably not heard is how emphatically, loudly, and repeatedly the Chinese government insisted human transmission was impossible, long after doctors in Wuhan had concluded human transmission was ongoing — and how the World Health Organization assented to that conclusion, despite the suspicions of other outside health experts.

Clearly, the U.S. government’s response to this threat was not nearly robust enough, and not enacted anywhere near quickly enough. Most European governments weren’t prepared either. Few governments around the world were or are prepared for the scale of the danger. We can only wonder whether accurate and timely information from China would have altered the way the U.S. government, the American people, and the world prepared for the oncoming danger of infection.

Some point in late 2019: The coronavirus jumps from some animal species to a human being. The best guess at this point is that it happened at a Chinese “wet market.”

December 6: According to a study in The Lancet, the symptom onset date of the first patient identified was “Dec 1, 2019 . . . 5 days after illness onset, his wife, a 53-year-old woman who had no known history of exposure to the market, also presented with pneumonia and was hospitalized in the isolation ward.” In other words, as early as the second week of December, Wuhan doctors were finding cases that indicated the virus was spreading from one human to another.

December 21: Wuhan doctors begin to notice a “cluster of pneumonia cases with an unknown cause.”

December 25: Chinese medical staff in two hospitals in Wuhan are suspected of contracting viral pneumonia and are quarantined. This is additional strong evidence of human-to-human transmission.

Sometime in “Late December”: Wuhan hospitals notice “an exponential increase” in the number of cases that cannot be linked back to the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market, according to the New England Journal of Medicine.

December 30: Dr. Li Wenliang sent a message to a group of other doctors warning them about a possible outbreak of an illness that resembled severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), urging them to take protective measures against infection.

December 31: The Wuhan Municipal Health Commission declares, “The investigation so far has not found any obvious human-to-human transmission and no medical staff infection.” This is the opposite of the belief of the doctors working on patients in Wuhan, and two doctors were already suspected of contracting the virus.

Three weeks after doctors first started noticing the cases, China contacts the World Health Organization.

Tao Lina, a public-health expert and former official with Shanghai’s center for disease control and prevention, tells the South China Morning Post, “I think we are [now] quite capable of killing it in the beginning phase, given China’s disease control system, emergency handling capacity and clinical medicine support.”

January 1: The Wuhan Public Security Bureau issued summons to Dr. Li Wenliang, accusing him of “spreading rumors.” Two days later, at a police station, Dr. Li signed a statement acknowledging his “misdemeanor” and promising not to commit further “unlawful acts.” Seven other people are arrested on similar charges and their fate is unknown.

Also that day, “after several batches of genome sequence results had been returned to hospitals and submitted to health authorities, an employee of one genomics company received a phone call from an official at the Hubei Provincial Health Commission, ordering the company to stop testing samples from Wuhan related to the new disease and destroy all existing samples.”

According to a New York Times study of cellphone data from China, 175,000 people leave Wuhan that day. According to global travel data research firm OAG, 21 countries have direct flights to Wuhan. In the first quarter of 2019 for comparison, 13,267 air passengers traveled from Wuhan, China, to destinations in the United States, or about 4,422 per month. The U.S. government would not bar foreign nationals who had traveled to China from entering the country for another month.

January 2: One study of patients in Wuhan can only connect 27 of 41 infected patients to exposure to the Huanan seafood market — indicating human-to-human transmission away from the market. A report written later that month concludes, “evidence so far indicates human transmission for 2019-nCoV. We are concerned that 2019-nCoV could have acquired the ability for efficient human transmission.”

Also on this day, the Wuhan Institute of Virology completed mapped the genome of the virus. The Chinese government would not announce that breakthrough for another week.

January 3: The Chinese government continued efforts to suppress all information about the virus: “China’s National Health Commission, the nation’s top health authority, ordered institutions not to publish any information related to the unknown disease, and ordered labs to transfer any samples they had to designated testing institutions, or to destroy them.”

Roughly one month after the first cases in Wuhan, the United States government is notified. Robert Redfield, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, gets initial reports about a new coronavirus from Chinese colleagues, according to Health and Human Services secretary Alex Azar. Azar, who helped manage the response at HHS to earlier SARS and anthrax outbreaks, told his chief of staff to make sure the National Security Council was informed.

Also on this day, the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission released another statement, repeating, “As of now, preliminary investigations have shown no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission and no medical staff infections.”

January 4: While Chinese authorities continued to insist that the virus could not spread from one person to another, doctors outside that country weren’t so convinced. The head of the University of Hong Kong’s Centre for Infection, Ho Pak-leung, warned that “the city should implement the strictest possible monitoring system for a mystery new viral pneumonia that has infected dozens of people on the mainland, as it is highly possible that the illness is spreading from human to human.”

January 5: The Wuhan Municipal Health Commission put out a statement with updated numbers of cases but repeated, “preliminary investigations have shown no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission and no medical staff infections.”

January 6: The New York Times publishes its first report about the virus, declaring that “59 people in the central city of Wuhan have been sickened by a pneumonia-like illness.” That first report included these comments:

Wang Linfa, an expert on emerging infectious diseases at the Duke-NUS Medical School in Singapore, said he was frustrated that scientists in China were not allowed to speak to him about the outbreak. Dr. Wang said, however, that he thought the virus was likely not spreading from humans to humans because health workers had not contracted the disease. “We should not go into panic mode,” he said.

Don’t get too mad at Wang Linfa; he was making that assessment based upon the inaccurate information Chinese government was telling the world.

Also that day, the CDC “issued a level 1 travel watch — the lowest of its three levels — for China’s outbreak. It said the cause and the transmission mode aren’t yet known, and it advised travelers to Wuhan to avoid living or dead animals, animal markets, and contact with sick people.”

Also that day, the CDC offered to send a team to China to assist with the investigation. The Chinese government declined, but a WHO team that included two Americans would visit February 16.

January 8: Chinese medical authorities claim to have identified the virus. Those authorities claim and Western media continue to repeat, “there is no evidence that the new virus is readily spread by humans, which would make it particularly dangerous, and it has not been tied to any deaths.”

The official statement from the World Health Organization declares, “Preliminary identification of a novel virus in a short period of time is a notable achievement and demonstrates China’s increased capacity to manage new outbreaks . . . WHO does not recommend any specific measures for travelers. WHO advises against the application of any travel or trade restrictions on China based on the information currently available.”

January 10: After unknowingly treating a patient with the Wuhan coronavirus, Dr. Li Wenliang started coughing and developed a fever. He was hospitalized on January 12. In the following days, Li’s condition deteriorated so badly that he was admitted to the intensive care unit and given oxygen support.

The New York Times quotes the Wuhan City Health Commission’s declaration that “there is no evidence the virus can spread among humans.” Chinese doctors continued to find transmission among family members, contradicting the official statements from the city health commission.

January 11: The Wuhan City Health Commission issues an update declaring, “All 739 close contacts, including 419 medical staff, have undergone medical observation and no related cases have been found . . . No new cases have been detected since January 3, 2020. At present, no medical staff infections have been found, and no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission has been found.” They issue a Q&A sheet later that day reemphasizing that “most of the unexplained viral pneumonia cases in Wuhan this time have a history of exposure to the South China seafood market. No clear evidence of human-to-human transmission has been found.”

Also on this day, political leaders in Hubei province, which includes Wuhan, began their regional meeting. The coronavirus was not mentioned over four days of meetings.

January 13: Authorities in Thailand detected the virus in a 61-year-old Chinese woman who was visiting from Wuhan, the first case outside of China. “Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health, said the woman had not visited the Wuhan seafood market, and had come down with a fever on Jan. 5. However, the doctor said, the woman had visited a different, smaller market in Wuhan, in which live and freshly slaughtered animals were also sold.”

January 14: Wuhan city health authorities release another statement declaring, “Among the close contacts, no related cases were found.” Wuhan doctors have known this was false since early December, from the first victim and his wife, who did not visit the market.

The World Health Organization echoes China’s assessment: “Preliminary investigations conducted by the Chinese authorities have found no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission of the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) identified in Wuhan, China.”

This is five or six weeks after the first evidence of human-to-human transmission in Wuhan.

January 15: Japan reported its first case of coronavirus. Japan’s Health Ministry said the patient had not visited any seafood markets in China, adding that “it is possible that the patient had close contact with an unknown patient with lung inflammation while in China.”

The Wuhan Municipal Health Commission begins to change its statements, now declaring, “Existing survey results show that clear human-to-human evidence has not been found, and the possibility of limited human-to-human transmission cannot be ruled out, but the risk of continued human-to-human transmission is low.” Recall Wuhan hospitals concluded human-to-human transmission was occurring three weeks earlier. A statement the next day backtracks on the possibility of human transmission, saying only, “Among the close contacts, no related cases were found.”

January 17: The CDC and the Department of Homeland Security’s Customs and Border Protection announce that travelers from Wuhan to the United States will undergo entry screening for symptoms associated with 2019-nCoV at three U.S. airports that receive most of the travelers from Wuhan, China: San Francisco, New York (JFK), and Los Angeles airports.

The Wuhan Municipal Health Commission’s daily update declares, “A total of 763 close contacts have been tracked, 665 medical observations have been lifted, and 98 people are still receiving medical observations. Among the close contacts, no related cases were found.”

January 18: HHS Secretary Azar has his first discussion about the virus with President Trump. Unnamed “senior administration officials” told the Washington Post that “the president interjected to ask about vaping and when flavored vaping products would be back on the market.”

Despite the fact that Wuhan doctors know the virus is contagious, city authorities allow 40,000 families to gather and share home-cooked food in a Lunar New Year banquet.

January 19: The Chinese National Health Commission declares the virus “still preventable and controllable.” The World Health Organization updates its statement, declaring, “Not enough is known to draw definitive conclusions about how it is transmitted, the clinical features of the disease, the extent to which it has spread, or its source, which remains unknown.”

January 20: The Wuhan Municipal Health Commission declares for the last time in its daily bulletin, “no related cases were found among the close contacts.”

That day, the head of China’s national health commission team investigating the outbreak, confirmed that two cases of infection in China’s Guangdong province had been caused by human-to-human transmission and medical staff had been infected.

Also on this date, the Wuhan Evening News newspaper, the largest newspaper in the city, mentions the virus on the front page for the first time since January 5.

January 21: The CDC announced the first U.S. case of a the coronavirus in a Snohomish County, Wash., resident who returning from China six days earlier.

By this point, millions of people have left Wuhan, carrying the virus all around China and into other countries.

January 22: WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus continued to praise China’s handling of the outbreak. “I was very impressed by the detail and depth of China’s presentation. I also appreciate the cooperation of China’s Minister of Health, who I have spoken with directly during the last few days and weeks. His leadership and the intervention of President Xi and Premier Li have been invaluable, and all the measures they have taken to respond to the outbreak.”

In the preceding days, a WHO delegation conducted a field visit to Wuhan. They concluded, “deployment of the new test kit nationally suggests that human-to-human transmission is taking place in Wuhan.” The delegation reports, “their counterparts agreed close attention should be paid to hand and respiratory hygiene, food safety and avoiding mass gatherings where possible.”

At a meeting of the WHO Emergency Committee, panel members express “divergent views on whether this event constitutes a “Public Health Emergency of International Concern’ or not. At that time, the advice was that the event did not constitute a PHEIC.”

President Trump, in an interview with CNBC at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, declared, “We have it totally under control. It’s one person coming in from China. We have it under control. It’s going to be just fine.”

January 23: Chinese authorities announce their first steps for a quarantine of Wuhan. By this point, millions have already visited the city and left it during the Lunar New Year celebrations. Singapore and Vietnam report their first cases, and by now an unknown but significant number of Chinese citizens have traveled abroad as asymptomatic, oblivious carriers.

January 24: Vietnam reports person-to-person transmission, and Japan, South Korea, and the U.S report their second cases. The second case is in Chicago. Within two days, new cases are reported in Los Angeles, Orange County, and Arizona. The virus is in now in several locations in the United States, and the odds of preventing an outbreak are dwindling to zero.

On February 1, Dr. Li Wenliang tested positive for coronavirus. He died from it six days later.


Orifice Delhi Variant,

“Quote”: *Yawn… *

If you expect anyone to delight at your subcontinental primitives’ attempt at “scholarship”, you’ve failed miserably – which shouldn’t be difficult, the giant cesspoo called Mother Hindia is an blooming miserable sh*thole country, anyway.

Cut n Paste subcontinental “artwork” may be your forte, but it is no substitute for ability with managing something truly original.

What is the point in going on and on like a noisy plantation niggah yabbering endlessly about the virus and China, your white massahs can’t pin anything on China after a good year’s plus another 90 days’ worth of “intelligence” and politicizing to pin just something on China – and failing abysmally?!

Surely a stooge plantation slavewallah can’t do better than them much-worshipped white massahs with their bent “scientists” and dodgy and lying disinformation artists. Not if your “research” is done in shanty shafs of rubber or oil palm plantations, or gangsta backalleys, or the closet of condo security checkpoints where you get routinely insulted and spat on by our nasty condo-dwelling species. Or, even worse, in lockups where our naughty coppers drag you out from crowded cells to routinely whack you stoopid just for the way you look – and for being noisy and endlessly rabbiting your usual unfathomable mountains of rubbish.

Best be you give yourself a nice break from trolling this site with your endless artistry of Cut n Paste from those dodgy discredited treasure houses of your worshipful white massahs, those too have been consigned to the garbage heaps, even your blessed white massahs’ intelligence services find it unintelligent to use their “evidence”.

No evidence means no evidence, you pathetic little Sambo Sanjay! Going on and on like a noisy and endlessly yabbering subcontinental species will never make a chapari manifest for you to make a feast to honour the plaster cow, elephant, monkey or chicken god!

You simply have to be realistic, admire the Almighty Ketuanan Cina, learn from them if only you can, be at awe how they don’t give a holy bullock sh*t how desperately hard your white massahs tried to get at Ketuanan Cina but can only fail, and fail most miserably!

Ketuanan Cina hardly bothered to lift more than a little finger to fight back, if it did, your white massahs would be doubly humiliated!

I, of course, have to deeply admire Almighty Ketuanan Cina, if it bothers lift a little finger to do something, it will quickly and effectively end any nonsense. Let’s be reminded when the “Tigers” were making a big nuisance of themselves in Sri Lanka, the Chinese donated a few cannons to the more interesting community, the bangs for bucks the big guns produced quickly ended the forever war, the “Tigers” turned pussies, their terror suicidewallahs got pummelled good and hard, and got eradicated and erased, Harry Rama, Hurry Krishna!

So the moral of the story is no matter how hard and how desperately your white massahs try, Almighty Ketuanan Cina always end up winning magnificently. No point playing crawling slave stoogewallahs, if ever any Hindian slavewallah wishes otherwise, he’d be left out in the deserts when the white massahs get defeated, think Afghanistan! The dogs came home, the holy cows came home – but not them slavewallahs

@ Paul Wolfobitch…..”It is rather doubtful Sleepy Joe can recover from the turmoil that hit him the last week. When he wakes up, it may all be over for him.”

In fact, George Galloway thought Sleepy Joe had died ! Lmao


Comment by Paul Wolfobitch on September 4, 2021 at 9:14 am

“Cut n Paste subcontinental “artwork” may be your forte, but it is no substitute for ability with managing something truly original…………..”

Oh Lord! What have you been drinking and eating for breakfast, Wolfo boy. So much of gibberish gabberish coming out your mouth. What did you have, is it curry mee mix with too much Baijiu ? What’s that wolfo boy ? Whaat ?. Oh, he’s out cold. It must be the Baijiu. Jiayou!

“your white massahs can’t pin anything on China after a good year’s plus another 90 days’ worth of “intelligence” and politicizing to pin just something on China.”

That’s simply because they could be deep in it, a joint effort with CCP on the Wuhan virus programme. yuz Massah!

“So the moral of the story is no matter how hard and how desperately your white massahs try, Almighty Ketuanan Cina always end up winning magnificently”

Yada, yada, yada, YAWN. So, while you are at it, wolfo dicky, chew on this – CHINESE BIGGEST NAKED OFFICIAL XI JINPING.

Posted on March 3, 2013

Chinese President Xi Jinping should develop his political career in the western world ,not in China! Look, almost all members of his families have been citizens or residents of Canada or Australia … Even his dumb daughter didn’t want to complete her study in Chinese Universities though she could go into Zhejiang University by her father power not her academic achievements! If he doesn’t believe in Chinese own universities, how could he encourage other young Chinese talents to enter into Chinese own colleges? Still with almost all of his family members being foreigners, how could he call on other Chinese to love China and devote themselves to developing and defensing China! How could he
supervise others so called naked officials to work for the country? In China, who could compare with his family when concerning naked officials? What a rubbish country China is! The top leader in China is the biggest naked official !!

A naked official (often abbreviated – luo guan) is a corrupt official who funnels illegally obtained public funds to his family and children, who reside overseas; thus, the official appears naked (without assets) but is really preparing a nest egg outside of China.

Between 1978 and 2003, the Ministry of Commerce estimates that about 4,000 corrupt officials left China, taking with them at least USD$50 billion.

Former Chongqing Party Secretary Bo Xilai is perhaps China’s most notorious naked official. Although his income was just US$1600 per month, he managed to send his son Guagua to an elite British boarding school, then Oxford and Harvard. Bo’s wife, Gu Kailai, is suspected of murdering family friend Neil Heywood after he demanded a larger cut of an illegal overseas money transfer.

It appears that large numbers of Chinese government and Party officials are preparing to leave China by moving their families and wealth overseas first. This phenomenon of officials—who live in China but have prepared to move elsewhere—is so common that there is even a name for them in Chinese: “naked officials” .

Roughly 90 percent of Politburo Central Committee members and Central Discipline Inspection Commission members have family working or living overseas, according to Hong Kong’s Trend Magazine.

Many Party and government officials have already fled, often with ill-gotten gains. According to the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, between 1995 and 2008 as many as 18,000 Chinese government and Party officials fled China—transferring stolen assets worth $130 billion.

Why is this phenomenon so widespread? And what are ordinary Chinese saying about it?




Yes, Blame China for the Virus . A bungled response in Western countries is no reason to take the heat off China. If China had a different government, the world could have been spared this terrible pandemic.

By Paul D. Miller

MARCH 25, 2020, 10:43 AM

U.S. President Donald Trump has repeatedly referred to the “Chinese virus” when talking about the pandemic. Many of his critics insist the term is racist, echoing official Chinese talking points. Others, such as U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler, say that we should not politicize the crisis by assigning blame, but focus on pulling together in the common fight against a global disease that makes no distinction between people and recognizes no borders.

This is nonsense. The crisis is inherently political because it was caused in part by incompetent, malicious, and corrupt politicians. To ignore the political dimension of the coronavirus pandemic is an excellent way to ensure it happens again. If we do not want another global pandemic, we have to hold accountable the politicians responsible for making it worse, chief among them Chinese President Xi Jinping. He did not create the novel coronavirus, but his government’s missteps are directly responsible for its global transmission and uncontrolled spread, with all its terrible consequences to populations and economies around the world.

Xi Jinping did not create the virus, but his government is directly responsible for its global spread, and its terrible consequences for people and economies around the world.

A global pandemic is not a blind force of nature independent of human agency. It is a failure of governance. An analogy with famines is useful. Nobel Prize-winning economist Amartya Sen has explained in his excellent book, Development as Freedom, that famines are not primarily an absence of food, but an absence of information about food, coupled with a problem of transportation. There is, physically speaking, enough food on the planet for everyone. If you know where food is and where hungry people are, and you can get the one to the other, people do not starve. That is why established free-market democracies, which allow the free flow of information and markets, have no famines.

Similarly, a global pandemic does not happen every time a novel infectious pathogen emerges. It happens when there is an absence of accurate information about the pathogen and a failure of basic public services—in this case, the failure to regulate food and marketplaces to prevent the transmission of pathogens, and the failure to shut down transportation and control movement once it spreads. When authorities regulate public health, share information about a pathogen, and cooperate to control its movement, diseases are contained and pandemics are unlikely.

These are problems of governance, not science. Governments have to act like they are responsible for public health. They have to welcome transparency, willingly share information (even about their failures and ignorance), and order their bureaucracies to cooperate with one another, with international health organizations, and with foreign governments. Good governance responds to public demand, rewards the free flow of information, including bad news, and rewards cooperation in the public interest, even when it goes against parochial bureaucratic self-interest. Bad governance does the opposite.

Unsurprisingly, authoritarian governments, such as China’s, do not like sharing news about their ignorance and do not like cooperating with other governments. As Danielle Pletka recently argued, Xi’s “prime concern was not lives at risk, or containment of the virus, but rather the nation’s and his reputation, place in the global supply chain and his grip on power.” By contrast, “democratic leaders are not afraid of information, and as a result, can judge the efficacy of their efforts, can fine tune and adjust, and can respond to the flow of news in a way that optimizes life saving.” Pletka and others have accurately cataloged how Chinese leaders lied and tried to cover up the emergence of the coronavirus in December and January to save face.

But the problem goes deeper. Because the Chinese government is not accountable to its people, it has never bothered to police the safety and cleanliness of food and food markets effectively, which the United States and other developed democracies started doing in response to public and media pressure a century ago. Chinese policymakers never have to face the voters, which is why, for example, there was little lasting reform or meaningful accountability after a scandal in 2008 in which tens of thousands of Chinese infants fell ill and required hospitalization after drinking contaminated milk.

Simply put, the Chinese government does not give a damn about the Chinese people., which is why it ignores markets where the food is filthy and carries disease (not, despite what U.S. Sen. John Cornyn believes, because of problems with Chinese culture). Those markets have now killed thousands of Chinese citizens—and they also turn out to be the greatest threat to the national security and economy of the United States and other countries in 2020. That the Chinese government, beginning in late 2019, lied and directly contributed to the creation of a global pandemic, the deaths of thousands of people, and a global economic collapse, is evidently true, and they deserve blame and accountability for it.

But the Chinese government’s record in the recent crisis is only the tip of an iceberg. The same government is responsible for genocide against the Uighur people, violating international law in the South China Sea, wholesale intellectual property theft from and cyber-espionage against the United States and its allies, one of the worst records of environmental pollution in the world, the invention of a new type of technology-powered totalitarian surveillance state, and more.

The Chinese government, not the wet markets, is the most thoroughly diseased and decaying institution in the world. It is the most powerful institution on the planet that daily opposes human freedom, human flourishing, and human dignity. Was it surprising that, by its very nature, it would aid and abet a global crisis that will kill thousands, sicken millions, and impoverish billions?

Regardless of what we call the virus (I’m partial to naming it after the Chinese Communist Party and calling it the “CCP virus”), blaming China is not the thing that “politicizes” the COVID-19 pandemic, because the pandemic is already political. The political dimension of this crisis means we must seek accountability to prevent its recurrence—and accountability begins with casting blame where it is due.

While U.S. policymakers bungled their response and exacerbated the crisis as a result—particularly through Trump’s repeated false statements and lack of urgency— the Chinese government is most directly responsible for the governance failures that have now unleashed untold suffering and economic collapse on the world. Its mendacity and incompetence should cause politicians, policymakers, and business leaders across the world to reconsider their willingness to engage and do business with China until it proves itself a responsible actor on the world stage.




Galloway is good value for money, interesting when he speaks for Ketuanan Cina, as he is when decides he should side with Ketuanan Scottish…

He used to be better. When he was fully anti-establishment.

Still, one wonders how he managed a young Indonesian wife – when Indonesians do their best to avoid our washed-out ketuanan…

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