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In China People Are Posting Signs Cheering Coronavirus Deaths in the U.S.A.

People in China are putting up signs celebrating the fact that people are dying of the coronavirus here in the U.S.A.

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People in China are putting up signs celebrating the fact that people are dying of the coronavirus here in the U.S.A.

At least one such sign was seen draped over the front steps of a restaurant in Shenyang, China, according to social media users.

The banner adorns the front steps of the Yang Yu porridge shop in the city.

The sign reads: “Congratulations to the United States, I wish the small Japanese disease smooth sailing, long and long!”

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Or a more American translation would be: “Congratulations on the epidemic in the US! We wish the epidemic in dwarf Japan will last forever and ever!”

So, can we call it the Chinese virus now without being accused of being “raaaacists”?

I mean, seeing as how they are apparently wishing that the virus lasts “forever” and kills billions of us, and all?

In Mandarin:

不是p 的!网友在沈阳市太原街一家店门前拍的。这种心态有多变态,悲哀的是,这在中国不是少数的存在

H/T Gateway Pundit.

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According to Urn Sales, China Could Be Lying About Coronavirus Death Toll

If this is true, and China had disguised the severity of the issue to a vulnerable international community, there is little doubt that some recuperations will be up for discussion in the near future.

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There are some very serious concerns being raised regarding China’s willingness to divulge information in the face of the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan that has now claimed thousands of lives around the globe, with many more still to fall ill and perish.

China has not maintained a very solid reputation for honesty in the international community, and there is ample evidence to suggest that they have not been very forthcoming when it comes to the COVID-19 pandemic that began within their borders.  Given the tight grip that Beijing maintains on media coming in and out of the country, only a partial picture has thus far emerged about who knew what and when.

The small bits of alarming material that did surface, often via Twitter, seemed almost too gruesome to be true.  Many chalked these snippets up to conspiracy theorists juxtaposing unrelated footage over the pandemic.

Just today new evidence emerged of a gruesome commercial transaction that seems to indicate something is amiss in the Far East.

As families in the central Chinese city began picking up the cremated ashes of those who have died from the virus this week, photos began circulating on social media and local media outlets showing vast numbers of urns at Wuhan funeral homes.

People wearing face masks arrive at a railway station in Wuhan on the first day of inbound train services resumed following the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Wuhan of Hubei province, the epicentre of China’s coronavirus outbreak, March 28, 2020. (Reuters)

China has reported 3,299 coronavirus-related deaths, with most taking place in Wuhan, the epicenter of the global pandemic. But one funeral home received two shipments of 5,000 urns over the course of two days, according to the Chinese media outlet Caixin.

If this is true, and China had disguised the severity of the issue to a vulnerable international community, there is little doubt that some recuperations will be up for discussion in the near future.

 

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Journalist Suggests That China Pay for Global Economic Impact of Coronavirus

If Beijing didn’t do everything in their power to warn the world, there could be hell to pay.

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As the severity of our current global pandemic continues to increase, there are renewed calls for clarity as to just what China knew about the virus, when they told the rest of the world, and what on earth they were doing in the interim.

Of course, China isn’t exactly known for having a forthcoming nature.  Beijing’s leaders have worked long and hard to conceal much of the nation’s secrets from the world, including a vast number of human rights abuses that have drawn international condemnation.

There are fears today that China not only failed to act in the immediate wake of the original COVID-19 outbreak in Wuhan, but that they also attempted to cover up the coming pandemic to divert the blame away from their weak reactionary measures.

Some are now openly calling for China to make a financial recompense to the rest of the world.

China should be held accountable for its conduct leading up to and following the global coronavirus outbreak, said Gordon Chang, Daily Beast columnist and author of The Great U.S.-China Tech War, offering his remarks on Thursday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight with host Rebecca Mansour and special guest host John Hayward.

“We probably will follow something close to a trajectory of the countries in Europe, which means we will have perhaps millions or tens of millions of Americans infected, hundreds of thousands of us will not survive this,” Chang stated. “So we have got to understand that however this came out of China — deliberate or accidental — we have got to cut our links with China. We have got to impose costs on China. We’ve got to defend the American Republic because this is an existential crisis for us.”

As the world exposes more information regarding China’s response to the coronavirus, calls for such financial recuperation could mount.

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Communist China Sold Faulty Coronavirus Test Kits to Spain and the Czech Republic

The communist criminals in China are at it again, this time selling faulty coronavirus test kits to Spain and the Czech Republic.

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The communist criminals in China are at it again, this time selling faulty coronavirus test kits to Spain and the Czech Republic.

According to government officials in the two nations, up to 80 percent of the Chinese-made kits were no good, Yahoo News reported.

Up to 80 percent of the 150,000 portable, quick coronavirus test kits China delivered to the Czech Republic earlier this month were faulty, according to local Czech news site Expats.cz. The tests can produce a result in 10 or 15 minutes but are usually less accurate than other tests. Because of the high error rate, the country will continue to rely on conventional laboratory tests, of which they perform about 900 a day.

Czech officials paid more than $546,000 for the fake test kits.

One government official, though, tried to wave off the problems with the kits saying that the faulty ones were just being used incorrectly.

Then again, he is trying to save face after spending so much government cash on the faulty kits.

As to Spain:

Meanwhile, Spain, which has more than 56,000 infected people and more than 4,000 coronavirus deaths, the second-highest number of fatalities in the world after Italy, found that the rapid coronavirus test kits it purchased from Chinese company Bioeasy only correctly identified 30 percent of virus cases, according to Spanish newspaper El Pais.

The director of Spain’s Center for Health Alerts and Emergencies, Fernando Simón, said Spain tested 9,000 of the test kits and will return them based on their high error rate.

Once again, the world sees what cheating criminals the Chinese are.

If this coronavirus does not teach the world’s governments that dealing with the Chinese puts them in danger, I don’t know what will convince them.

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WHO Ignored Taiwan’s Warnings in December About China’s Coronavirus Outbreak

The World Health Organization (WHO) completely ignored Taiwan’s warnings that China was mishandling the response to the coronavirus.

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The World Health Organization (WHO) completely ignored Taiwan’s warnings that China was mishandling the response to the coronavirus and that the virus was a danger to the whole world.

Taiwan’s health officials alerted the WHO about the of coronavirus in late December of last year, but the health organization failed to report the claims to other countries, the Financial Times reported.

To make matters worse, a few weeks later the WHO even told the world that the latest strain of the coronavirus coming out of China was not even contagious among humans.

Taiwan had made its concerns known to the WHO’s International Health Regulations that it was worried about the virus.

“While the IHR’s internal website provides a platform for all countries to share information on the epidemic and their response, none of the information shared by our country’s [Centers for Disease Control] is being put up there,” Taiwanese Vice President Chen Chien-Jen told the paper.

“The WHO could not obtain first-hand information to study and judge whether there was human-to-human transmission of COVID-10. This led it to announce human-to-human transmission with a delay, and an opportunity to raise the alert level both in China and the wider world was lost,” Chen said.

The WHO has thus far refused to comment on Taiwan’s warnings.

Indeed, it would have been a good idea for WHO officials to pay a bit more attention to the island nation’s warnings. Despite being only 140 miles from mainland China, Taiwan has only reported 135 cases of the virus. And only two have died from it, as well.

So, why did the WHO ignored Taiwan? Because the despotic Chinese communists claim that Taiwan is their property and not a sovereign nation and so, the cowards at the WHO would rather put the world at risk to mollify the dictatorial Chinese government and its attempt to steal Taiwan from its rightly people than do its job.

The world could have had a two month jump on this coronavirus. But the agency that claims to put health first failed us by putting politics first.

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China Shocks U.S. Media, Revokes Credentials of Dozens of Journalists

Chinese authorities stunned U.S. media outlets by revoking the credentials of journalists from the major networks and newspapers.

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Chinese authorities stunned U.S. media outlets by revoking the credentials of journalists from the major networks and newspapers.

The Chinese foreign ministry announced Tuesday that reporters for American media outlets such as New York Times, Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post whose press passes expire this year will have only ten days to hand over their passes and leave the country.

The L.A. Times claimed that the retaliation is part of the trade war between China and the U.S. But it really seems to be coming from a different direction.

China’s move also comes on the ail of a move by the Trump administration to designate five Chinese-based media outlets as foreign government missions and then restricted the number of employees they may have in the U.S. which led to the defacto expulsion of one third of their staffers.

China insisted that their new policy was “necessary and reciprocal countermeasures that China is compelled to take in response to the unreasonable oppression the Chinese media organizations experience in the U.S.”

It is clear the journalists who will be losing their credentials will have to leave the country.

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo slammed the Chinese government’s announcement saying that there is no comparison to what the Chinese did and what the U.S. did

“The individuals that we identified a few weeks back were not media that were acting here freely,” Pompeo said. “They were part of Chinese propaganda outlets. We’ve identified these as foreign missions under American law. These aren’t apples to apples, and I regret China’s decision today to further foreclose the world’s ability to conduct free press operations.”

The U.S. government told the state-run Chinese media outlets that they would be limited to 100 visas. The U.S. government did not summarily eliminate dozens of actual journalists, unlike what China did to the American journalists.

Chinese officials also demanded that employees of other U.S. media outlets must submit further information and background info to China.

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China’s Commie Government Now Accusing USA of Creating Wuhan Coronavirus

The monstrous Chinese communists are now trying to blame the U.S.A. for somehow inventing the coronavirus.

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The monstrous Chinese communists are now trying to blame the U.S.A. for somehow inventing the coronavirus strain they unleashed in a Wuhan marketplace. No, seriously.

These inhuman creeps are now claiming that super-secret U.S. agents somehow sipped into the oppressive communist nation and then released the virus in Wuhan.

Lijian Zhao, deputy director of China’s Foreign Ministry Information Department jumped to Twitter on March 12 to push the lie that, “The director of the US Centers for Disease Control was arrested.”

This is not true, of course. But communist leaders always lie about everything. Sort of like Democrats.

This commie scumbag went on saying, “When did Patient Zero appear in the United States? How many people are infected? What is the name of the hospital? It may be that the US military brought the epidemic to Wuhan. America needs to be transparent! The United States owes us an explanation!”

Not a bit of that is true.

As Daily Caller added:

The first case of COVID-19 is believed to have appeared December 2019 in Wuhan, China. The virus has spread since February to 36 other countries and territories and has a global death toll of 3,041, according to the CDC‘s numbers.

China claims that it has upwards to 80,000 victims of the virus… but since communists lie, there are probably a whole lot more than that.

Still, imagine the gall of these communist bastards. Blaming others for what they did. They really DO sound like Democrats.

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As Coronavirus Conspiracies Continue to Spread, China Sends American Journalists Packing

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was irate upon hearing the news.

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China’s reputation on the world stage has long been tainted by the actions of their authoritarian, communist regime, and the prolific spread of a deadly strain of Coronavirus in the world’s most populous nation certainly isn’t helping their reputation any.

China is the sort of nation where “win at all costs” is quite literal.  Their lax laws on labor and manufacturing have created an economic boom, as companies from around the globe look to exploit China’s underpaid and under-regulated work force.  The goods produced in China also aren’t beholden to the same environmental laws as the rest of the civilized world, creating a dire situation in where one of the largest nations in the world is running amok in terms of pollution.

When it comes to saving face, however, the tyranny of the communist regime in Beijing is extremely talented.

That’s why it comes as no surprise that reporters from the Wall Street Journal have been expelled from China while attempting to report on the true severity of the Coronavirus issue.

China revoked the press credentials of three Wall Street Journal reporters based in Beijing, the first time in the post-Mao era that the Chinese government has expelled multiple journalists from one international news organization at the same time.

China’s Foreign Ministry said the move Wednesday was punishment for a recent opinion piece published by the Journal.

Deputy Bureau Chief Josh Chin and reporter Chao Deng, both U.S. nationals, as well as reporter Philip Wen, an Australian national, have been ordered to leave the country within five days, said Jonathan Cheng, the Journal’s China bureau chief.

The expulsions by China’s Foreign Ministry followed widespread public anger at the headline on the Feb. 3 opinion piece, which referred to China as “the real sick man of Asia.” The ministry and state-media outlets had repeatedly called attention to the headline in statements and posts on social media and had threatened unspecified consequences.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo issued a heavy rebuke to Beijing over the expulsions, stating the American government’s hopes that the Chinese people will soon enjoy the same freedom of speech that much of the rest of the world already has access to.

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