As we look at this spread of COVID-19 across the world, we have only one country to thank for all of this mess we are dealing with. China has reached a level that surpasses the crimes against humanity. They are now responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths across the world, and we can never trust them again. They show no signs of remorse as they continue to pass on their deception to the world with their lies.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying is angry and continues to deny their coverups. She told reporters, “Slandering, smearing, and blaming cannot make up for lost time, and more lies will only waste more time and lead to more lives lost.” They are still blaming America and US politicians, calling them “shameless and immoral.”
It’s funny, but they play the blame game just like the Democrats always pointing the finger when they get caught in their deception. They are trying to paint themselves as good in a picture we all know too well is false. Hua continued, “China’s valiant actions bought precious time for stemming the global spread of the virus.”
“Valiant” is not the word for this. It’s more like “corruption and deception.” These are the key factors in the Chinese Communist Party. They live in a world where they follow an ancient Chinese general who was born in 544 BC, Sun Tzu. It was said he inspired the founder of the Chinese Communist Party, Mao Zedong.
The words from Genera Tzu state, “All warfare is based on deception.” Well, the Chinese government never let those words go. There were three forms of deception we can clearly see which took the lives of hundreds of thousands of innocent lives.
The first form of deception came out in November 2019 when the Chinese government covered up the outbreak in Wuhan and withholding valuable information, which could have saved many lives. The action was taken too late when they began to shut down Wuhan.
Howard Markel, a public-health researcher at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor, stated to Nature, “The delay of China to act is probably responsible for this world event.” Markel is 100 percent correct, and China should pay the price.
The second form of deception comes from the faulty numbers China released to the world in which President Trump called them out. He stated at one of his task force’s press conferences, “Their numbers seem to be a little bit on the light side, and I’m being nice when I say that.”
There is extensive evidence that leads the investigators to believe China is giving out the wrong set of numbers. Remember when the Chinese government was cleaning up the streets what the people were crying from their balconies? The Chinese people rose up against their own government, saying, “It’s lies,” and “The numbers are fake!”
Why would a country where people can be tortured and killed for speaking their minds and the truth about the communist government? The people knew the truth behind it, and it was when the doctor who was about to blow the whistle to the world died from COVID-19 the citizens were outraged.
Both of the first two deceptions caused more deaths than the virus itself. This was valuable information that could have worked in the world’s favor. It could have kept everything open in the world, and schools and businesses would not have had to shut down.
The third act of deception is different from the first two. China is now passing the buck and the blame on the US while claiming victory for the global efforts in combating COVID-19. Remember, they were the first to say it was the US Army who spread the virus? Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian, stated, “The US owes us an explanation.”
For the record, China owes the world an explanation. We did nothing wrong and still go back to help them.
Epidemiologist Dr. Zhong Nanshan, Beijing’s chief adviser on coronavirus, blamed the US by saying, “In some big country, once it cannot stop the spreading, it will bring a disaster of the whole world.”
Jessica Brandt and Bret Schafer of the German Marshall Fund told reporters how organized the Chinese played this off but still got caught as they compared it to Russia “China’s more confrontational posture on COVID-19 represents a clear departure from its past behavior and signals a move toward a style of information manipulation more like Russia’s.”