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Non-Stop Cremation in Wuhan, China?

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edited March 20 in Local and Foreign Issues
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvIDF2wqTBE

1天接運127具屍體 焚化116具 湖北殯儀館員要崩潰了

"This interviewed was published by the Epoch Times on February 4th, 2020. This is one of the many crematoriums in Wuhan City, the epicenter of the new coronavirus (2019-nCoV). The interviewer pretended to be one of officials from government’s inspection team to inspect how the grassroot CCP member doing in terms of workload. There were 2 sessions. After the first session (the long phone conversation), the interviewee became less afraid to telling the truth. The interviewee, who was in charge of the Hankou crematory complained of heavy workload, from previously 6 hours per day (6 am to 12 pm due to local custom, not to bury the death after 12pm) and now 24 hours per day, nonstop criminating dead bodies. Due to the workload, workers were no longer able to keep it up with only couple hours sleeps. They are at the point of collapse.

In this clip, in one day, his crematories received 127 bodies. With 24-hour nonstop, they can only completed 116 bodies (91%). According to what the worker had exposed, the functioning 11 furnaces would burn nonstop for 11-12 hours for 116 bodies on that day. He also mentioned that there was another one crematorium where bears much heavier workload and catchment area than his. The interviewee also exposed that 61% death were not from hospital for the past few days. This is striking because those death will have no hospital diagnosis or confirmed reasons of death.

This is just the tip of the iceberg – one of the many crematoriums in Wuhan City. As Mile Guo’s interview in War Room: Pandemic, the smoke from the burning dead body has caused smug in the city. This interviewed was published by the Epoch Times on February 4th, 2020. This is one of the many crematoriums in Wuhan City, the epicenter of the new coronavirus (2019-nCoV). The interviewer pretended to be one of officials from government’s inspection team to inspect how the grassroot CCP member doing in terms of workload. There were 2 sessions. After the first session (the long phone conversation), the interviewee became less afraid to telling the truth. The interviewee, who was in charge of the Hankou crematory complained of heavy workload, from previously 6 hours per day (6 am to 12 pm due to local custom, not to bury the death after 12pm) and now 24 hours per day, nonstop criminating dead bodies. Due to the workload, workers were no longer able to keep it up with only couple hours sleeps. They are at the point of collapse.

In this clip, in one day, his crematories received 127 bodies. With 24-hour nonstop, they can only complete 116 bodies (91%). According to what the worker had exposed, the functioning 11 furnaces would burn nonstop for 11-12 hours for 116 bodies on that day. He also mentioned that there was another one crematorium where bears much heavier workload and catchment area than his. The interviewee also exposed that 61% death were not from hospital for the past few days. This is striking because those death will have no hospital diagnosis or confirmed reasons of death. This is just the tip of the iceberg – one of the many crematoriums in Wuhan City. As Mile Guo’s interview in War Room: Pandemic, the smoke from the burning dead body has caused smug in the city"

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  • kalyesh!tekalyesh!te IYAKIN PEx Rookie ⭐

    I believed that what actually happened in China is worse than what China has officially told the world. The stories about tens of thousands of bodies cremated with huge concentration of sulfur in the air captured by satellite is most likely true.

  • hsusonhsuson Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    China hides many things  :s
  • hellraiser2.hellraiser2. Registered User PEx Rookie ⭐

    China's coronavirus recovery is 'all fake,' whistleblowers and residents claim

    China's claims of how it's handling coronavirus recovery should be taken with more than a few grains of salt.

    Even before COVID-19 became a global crisis, Chinese leaders had been criticized for their handling of the situation and lack of transparency about the disease's progression. Things now look like they're on the upswing, and businesses even appear to be headed back to work — but whistleblowers and local officials tell Caixan that's just a carefully crafted ruse.

    Beijing has spent much of the outbreak pushing districts to carry on business as usual, with some local governments subsidizing electricity costs and even installing mandatory productivity quotas. Zhejiang, a province east of the epicenter city of Wuhan, claimed as of Feb. 24 it had restored 98.6 percent of its pre-coronavirus work capacity.

    But civil servants tell Caixan that businesses are actually faking these numbers. Beijing had started checking Zhejiang businesses' electricity consumption levels, so district officials ordered the companies to start leaving their lights and machinery on all day to drive the numbers up, one civil servant said. Businesses have reportedly falsified staff attendance logs as well — they "would rather waste a small amount of money on power than irritate local officials," Caixan writes.

    In Wuhan, officials have tried to make it appear that recovery efforts are going smoothly. But when "central leaders" personally survey disinfecting regimens and food delivery, local officials "make a special effort" for them and them alone, one resident told Caixan. And in a video circulating on social media, residents can be seen shouting at visiting leaders from the apartments where they're being quarantined — "Fake, it's all fake."


  • TrollmasterTrollmaster PEx Rookie ⭐
    Don't believe China.  So what is happening in OTHER CHINESE CITIES?  It is only Wuhan Wuhan Wuhan!  What about Shanghai and Beijing!  Are there no infected victims there???  Total News Blackout!
  • 91 cases pero 4 case lang daw sabi ng China.

    and then they are either harassing or arresting Chinese Netizens for givig accurate accounts on what's going in their area.

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