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CRIME OF THE CENTURY!

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Fmr U.S. Ambassador to Japan Hagerty: China Handling of Coronavirus ‘Crime of the Century’ — ‘Greatest Cover-Up in Human History’

3 Apr 20201,822
2:28

China’s handling of the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic has raised questions about the communist nation’s priorities, where it seemingly put its own domestic politics ahead of the global public health. According to former U.S. Ambassador to Japan Bill Hagerty, a GOP candidate for U.S. Senate in Tennessee, that decisionmaking by the Chinese government was criminal.

During an interview that aired on Friday’s broadcast of “The Jeff Poor Show” on Huntsville, AL radio’s WVNN, Hagerty laid out China’s ambitions and noted it put public relations ahead of human lives.

“China was behind every tree and under every rock,” he said. “You think about their Belt and Road Initiative. You think about the things they are trying to accomplish there. They’re basically and use their economic might to make very strategic positioning all along critical trade routes. And they have built a military powerhouse out there while many previous administrations have watched. President Trump has taken a very different approach to this, and it was my great honor to serve as his representative in Japan as we began to build the bulkhead there and really watch an important strategy with the Japanese to push back and make the United States the partner of choice in that region.”

“But I’ve worked with China and seen how they operate for years. And I can tell you, what they’re trying to do right now with this Wuhan virus is the crime of the century in my view,” Hagerty continued. “I think it’s the greatest cover-up in human history. When they tried to act like it didn’t come there — they even said the United States, our military somehow put it there. It’s just unbelievable. We know the virus started there. We know it was their efforts to try to hide it, to not disclose it to the rest of the world. It cost Chinese lives. Now it has gotten out. It cost lives, and it has cost economic damage all around the world. The Chinese are playing what I believe is a public relations game, and what they should have been playing is working hard on public health.”

As a remedy to address some of the issues with which the United States has been confronted during the pandemic, Hagerty argued once the problem was under control that the manufacturing of items essential to the public’s health and safety should be taken of China.

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  • joerizjoeriz PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    edited April 5
    China weaponized Chinese infected with coronavirus by allowing million of Wuhan residents to leave and scatter all over the world before admitting existence of the virus. That's why China even silenced the doctors who discovered the existence of the coronavirus.
    That's why most initial reports of contamination in other countries are from people arriving from China.
  • TrollmasterTrollmaster PEx Rookie ⭐
    and this Crime of the Century is Genocide

  • TrollmasterTrollmaster PEx Rookie ⭐
    Put the CCP in the War Crimes Tribunal!
  • hellraiser2.hellraiser2. PEx Veteran ⭐⭐

    China should be sued for $6.5 trillion for coronavirus damages says top UK think tank

    London: China should be sued under international law for trillions of dollars for its initial cover-up of the coronavirus pandemic which has caused more than 60,000 deaths and trillions of dollars in economic damage, a new report says.

    The report said damages should be for at least the £3.2 ($6.5 trillion) being spent by G7 nations propping up their domestic economies as governments forced their citizens to stay at home so they could try and contain the disease's spread.

    And it singled out Prime Minister Scott Morrison's unprecedented $130 billion in government support for workers and businesses, saying Australians too were owed at least that amount in compensation.

    Senior Chinese figures, including China's Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian have endorsed speculative and groundless claims that the virus was imported to Wuhan by the United States military, instead of emerging at the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market, where wild, live animals were traded.

    According to the report, Coronavirus Compensation? by conservative London think tank The Henry Jackson Society, China could be sued under 10 possible legal avenues, including the International Health Regulations, which were beefed up after the SARS outbreak, which China also tried to cover up.

    The report said had China provided accurate information at an early juncture, "the infection would not have left China."

    China only reported the disease to the WHO on December 31 and said there was no evidence of human-to-human transmission.

    Yet whistleblower medics, including Li Wenliang, were reprimanded for raising the alert. Some were confident the disease was spreading between humans before this date.

    Reporting by the South China Morning Post has cited Chinese government documents that identified nearly 200 cases of coronavirus by December 27.

    The International Health Regulations says nations must monitor and share data related to the spread, severity, and transmission of any pathogens that are potentially transmissible internationally.

    The Henry Jackson Society said China had done the opposite, by covering up data and punishing doctors who sought to tell the truth.

    It urged a coalition of countries to launch joint-action because of China's record of "responding aggressively to threats on the world stage."

    "Taking action would require both courage and global solidarity," the report said.

    "In its early response, Wuhan and Hubei breached [International Health] Regulations...responsibility goes to the top of the regime.

    It appears more than probable that the Chinese Communist Party’s response to COVID-19 was in breach of international law," it said.

    The report said that while levelling a claim of dispute under the International Health Regulations would be unprecedented, there was an initial framework within the structures of the WHO for bringing such a suit.

    Other options could involve using the International Court of Justice and Permanent Court of Arbitration, The World Trade Organisation, bilateral investment treaties and even the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.

    Domestic courts and Chinese courts could also be possible avenues, the report said.


  • TrollmasterTrollmaster PEx Rookie ⭐
    Winnie the flu must pay!
  • Juan Plus OneJuan Plus One PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐

    Report: Chinese Companies in Australia Stockpiled Medical Supplies for China

    An employee of the governments factory Blakit prepare to pack medical masks in the town of Baranovichi 150 km 93 miles southwest of Minsk Belarus Tuesday March 17 2020 For most people the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms such as fever and cough For some especially older

    6 Apr 2020141
    7:33

    A report by the Australian edition of 60 Minutes on Sunday quoted an anonymous employee of a Chinese-owned property management company called Greenland who said the company bought up “tonnes of gloves, masks, gowns, sanitizer, and other vital medical supplies” and sent them to China in January and February.

    Other Chinese-owned companies in Australia, and around the world, reportedly encouraged staffers to stockpile as much medical equipment as they could so the firms could ship the materials to China in the last days before the pandemic spread across the world.

    The anonymous whistleblower from the Greenland company reported seeing some unusual activity for a property management company:

    He told 60 Minutes reporter Liz Hayes he saw boxes of vital medical equipment being prepared to be sent to China in January and February this year.

    “Meeting rooms, lunch rooms and the boardroom, starting to be filled with different types of items getting unpackaged and repackaged and labelled,” he told 60 Minutes.

    “It definitely rose my suspicion. The concern to me is if all these medical items leave the country, what’s left for us?”

    The man says employees of the company were asked to procure different medical items from shops and pharmacies, and that full-time employees were utilised in the packing and repackaging of the items.

    “It is very unsettling that essential equipment can just leave our borders in massive commercial quantities,” he said.

    60 Minutes Australia obtained an email to employees of Poly Developments and Holdings, another Chinese-backed firm in Australia, instructing them to search pharmacies all over Sydney for medical masks and buy as many as they could. Yet another company in Sydney called Risland shipped 90 tons of medical gear to China in February.

    As the report pointed out, Australia is now experiencing an acute shortage of the very supplies purchased and exported by China using its corporate holdings. Last week, the Australian government banned non-commercial exports of protective equipment, but the Greenland whistleblower said it was too late because “the horse has bolted” already.

    “We could have had some sort of contingency plans in place for situations like this,” he argued. “I think in a time of crisis, we all have a responsibility to do something, and I felt that I had to do something. It just didn’t sit with me that this type of thing could happen. I couldn’t just watch it and just stay silent.”

    The Greenland Group’s activities were noted by the Sydney Morning Herald two weeks ago, probably due to a tip from the same whistleblower. The company actually posted some photos of its medical supply shipments to China on social media, describing it as a humanitarian relief effort for the hardest-hit areas at the “epicenter of the outbreak.”

    The Herald’s source said that for about two weeks, virtually everyone at the company was involved in sourcing, purchasing, and shipping the supplies:

    The entire accounts department, contract managers, the human resources team and even receptionists were sent on a mission to find bulk supplies of surgical masks, thermometers, antibacterial wipes, hand sanitisers, gloves and Panadol.

    “There were numerous requests from the HR manager and even our direct reporting line [which] prioritised the assisting of the company in gathering these supplies over other work activities,” said the source. The entire accounts department were absent for days as they were out purchasing supplies, he said.

    The Greenland Group said it was able to procure 3 million masks, 700,000 hazmat suits, and 5,000 pairs of protective gloves from “Australia, Canada, Turkey, and other countries.” The company has long been listed by Fortune as one of the largest in the world.

    Soon after the Sydney Morning Herald report was published, the Australian Medical Association advised the country to begin protecting its stockpile of protective equipment, warning that painful shortages could be imminent.

    At the beginning of April, the Australian government tightened export restrictions and banned efforts to stockpile medical supplies. Violators could face over $150,000 U.S. in fines.

    “These measures have become necessary because we have seen a small number of individuals engaging in the bulk purchasing of essential goods from retail outlets in Australia, with the intent of profiteering from exploitative exporting and price gouging,” said a statement from Minister for Home Affairs Peter Dutton. The statement did not explicitly mention exports to China, but was widely interpreted as a response to the reports about Chinese companies buying up Australia’s supplies.

    “We’ve taken the steps to protect Australia’s interest, to stop unauthorized, inappropriate exporting of those things that we rely upon for our health care and so on at present,” trade minister Simon Birmingham said in an interview, putting more emphasis on exports than “price gouging.”

    USA Today reported around the same time that U.S. exports of protective gear to China “skyrocketed in January and February.”

    Florida emergency management director Jared Moskowitz told USA Today he has heard from medical supply distributors that “foreign governments are showing up with cash at these factories and bumping everybody else down the line who had orders pending.”

    On Sunday, medical equipment manufacturers told the White House that Beijing is “trying to corner the world market” by buying up protective equipment while preventing American manufacturers operating on Chinese soil, such as 3M and Honeywell, from shipping their own products back home. The White House is considering legal action against China in international courts, or pressing a complaint at the United Nations.

    “Data from China’s own customs agency points to an attempt to corner the world market in PPE like gloves, goggles, and masks through massive increased purchases – even as China, the world’s largest PPE manufacturer, was restricting exports,” a White House official said.

    Michael Wessell of the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review commission said the Chinese are beginning to loosen their own export restrictions, but “they’re using it for soft power, essentially saying it’s a humanitarian gesture to try to curry goodwill with American people, when some of the problems we’re facing are the direct result of Chinese policies.”

    Jenna Ellis, a senior legal adviser to the Trump 2020 campaign, was even blunter in calling the Chinese policy a “cold-blooded, premeditated action” on par with “first-degree murder.”

    The Epoch Times on Monday reported that China repeated this behavior around the world in January and February, citing an article posted on an official Chinese Communist Party (CCP) website urging loyal Chinese around the world to “keep on buying while sending back to China [medical supplies] and try your best to buy as much as possible.” 

    The article saluted Chinese living in the U.S., U.K, and Australia, among other countries, for buying huge quantities of protective equipment and shipping it back to China. The CCP went so far as to ask Chinese nationals to buy masks and gowns and stuff them into their personal luggage when traveling abroad. Chinese state media saluted the Greenland Group, Risland, and other companies mentioned by 60 Minutes Australia and the Sydney Morning Herald for doing their part.

  • Juan Plus OneJuan Plus One PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐

    Gordon Chang: ‘There Needs to Be a Nuremberg Trial for Chinese Leaders’ over Coronavirus

    6 Apr 2020794
    2:46

    China’s leaders should face something akin to the Nuremberg Trials for “crimes against humanity” regarding the global coronavirus outbreak, said Gordon Chang, Daily Beast columnist and author of The Great U.S.-China Tech War. He offered his comments on Monday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight with host Rebecca Mansour and special guest host Ed Martin.

    Mansour said, “I kind of feel as if we need to have an international reckoning.” She added, “We need like a Nuremberg trial to look at the atrocity that was committed here to get to the bottom of it.”

    Chang concurred, “I absolutely agree with you. There does need to be a Nuremberg Trial for Chinese leaders because they have committed a crime against humanity, because if this is not a crime against humanity, then what is?”

    “The world needs to get justice,” continued Chang. “We need justice for the Americans that we’ve lost and will lose, and we need justice for other people around the world. It’s a Nuremberg Trial. It’s Guantanamo. It’s a visit forever to Florence Colorado Supermax. I don’t care what it is, but we’ve got to take the Chinese leaders off the streets and make sure that they do face justice of one sort or another.”

    LISTEN:

    The coronavirus outbreak is a cost of doing business with China, remarked Chang, repeating his call for the U.S. to decouple its economy from China.

    “Ultimately we have to separate ourselves from China,” Chang said. “This process is going to be painful [and] it will be ugly, but we’ve got to do this. … We can’t reform communism in China, and communism has deadly effects for us.”

    Chang stated, “We won’t have a country if Beijing succeeds in its goals. We’ve got to sever our relations with Beijing.”

    “Just look at what Beijing has done,” Chang said. “When this is over, if the modeling of the Coronavirus Task Force is correct, we’re going to lose 100,000 Americans. And that’s just an unacceptable cost. You can’t put a money value on that.

    Chang went on, “We are going to lose trillions and trillions of dollars in economic output. We are going to burden ourselves and our children with debt. This is the cost of relations with China. People say that for poorer Americans, they get a lot of cheap products [from China], they can live a lot better, but this is the cost.

    Chang concluded, “Those products aren’t cheap. They’re paid for with the blood of Americans.”

    Breitbart News Tonight broadcasts live on SiriusXM Patriot channel 125 weeknights from 9:00 p.m. to midnight Eastern or 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Pacific.

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  • hsusonhsuson PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐

    CHINA CCP VIRUS....Never Forget >:(
  • hellraiser2.hellraiser2. PEx Veteran ⭐⭐

    Brazilian Minister Says China Has Been Profiting From Pandemic


    >Education minister rekindles spat with top trading partner
    >China’s Embassy in Brazil expresses outrage, rebuts allegation
          

    A member of President Jair Bolsonaro’s cabinet reignited a diplomatic spat with China, saying Brazil’s top trading partner has been profiting from the coronavirus pandemic by selling respirators and other medical supplies to the highest bidder.

    Education Minister Abraham Weintraub’s allegations follow remarks by the president’s own son, Eduardo Bolsonaro, who last month blamed the pandemic on the “Chinese dictatorship,” eliciting a strong response from China’s ambassador to Brazil.

    “When the crisis erupted, instead of alerting the world, they withheld information and rushed to build respirators, which they’re now selling to a world that’s desperate for them,” Weitraub said in an interview with Radio Bandeirantes on Monday.

    The interview followed a tweet the minister posted Sunday, and later deleted, using a cartoon character to mock Chinese accents and suggest Beijing was taking advantage of the crisis to carry out a world domination plan. The spat threatens recent efforts to improve relations with China just as Brazil needs medical supplies to fight the pandemic that’s already cost more than 500 lives in the country.

    Responding to that tweet, China’s Embassy in Brasilia said that “completely absurd and despicable declarations, with a racist nature and unspeakable objectives, have caused negative influences in the healthy development of bilateral relations between Brazil and China.”



    1. TrollmasterTrollmaster PEx Rookie ⭐
      China is guilty as charged!
    2. sero_negativesero_negative PEx Rookie ⭐

      China Appointed to Influential UN Human Rights Council Panel


      By Eleanor Albert
      April 08, 2020
      China Appointed to Influential UN Human Rights Council Panel

      Last week, China was appointed to a seat on the Consultative Group of the United Nations Human Rights Council. Jiang Duan, an official at the Chinese Mission in Geneva, was nominated and confirmed by the Asia regional grouping and will hold the seat until March 2021. The appointment places China on an influential panel that oversees candidate recommendations for UN human rights experts and is likely to raise some concerns given China’s less than perfect record on human rights issues.

      As China has become more integrated in international organizations over the past 40 years or so, particularly within UN bodies and agencies, the scope of issue areas it is willing to not only engage with but also shape has expanded.

      The UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC), a subsidiary organ of the UN General Assembly, was established in 2006, replacing the UN Commission on Human Rights. The council’s 47 members are elected for three-year terms and are distributed on the basis of equitable geographic rotation according to the UN’s regional grouping system: 13 members for Africa, 13 for Asia-Pacific, six for eastern Europe, eight for Latin American and the Caribbean, and seven for the “Western European and Others States Group.” China previously held a seat as a UNHRC member from 2006 to 2009, 2010 to 2012, 2014 to 2016, and 2017 to 2019.

      The council’s mandate is to promote and protect human rights around the world, particularly through the mechanisms of the Universal Periodic Review, which examines the human rights performance of all UN members; the advisory committee; the complaints procedure; and the “special procedures,” which empower the UNHRC to gather expert observations and advice on human rights issues with either country-specific or thematic mandates.

      The Consultative Group, the body to which China was just appointed, is charged with recommending candidates to fill positions according to the mandates of the Special Procedures, the Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and the Expert Mechanism on the Right of Development. The panel consists of five ambassadors, each representing the five UN regional groups, and facilitates the appointment of experts on issues of freedom of speech and religion; water and sanitation; housing; food; health; poverty; and conditions in countries such as Cambodia, Iran, Myanmar, and North Korea.


      While human rights concerns have historically been a point of contention between China and its relations with the United States and western European states (this was particularly acute in the years following the events of June 1989 at Tiananmen Square), any prior semblance of international unity on speaking out against Chinese domestic policies appears to have frayed of late, or dropped from the agenda.

      In recent years, China has actively submitted proposals to the UNHRC as a member, albeit not without pushback. These resolutions have been challenged for their framing of human rights issues and the right to development within a state-centric approach, privileging the sovereignty of states over groups of people and communities. Experts have been outspoken about the implications of such proposals, raising concern that an overemphasis on dialogue and consensus might dilute the commitments to transparency and accountability. Separately, in July 2019, two coalitions of states sent competing letters to the UNHRC about China’s Xinjiang policies — one criticizing China for its massive detention program and the other opposing the “politicization” of human rights issues and supporting Chinese counterterrorism and deradicalization efforts. More recently, there has been heightened international outcry about human rights in China amid the harsh measures Beijing put in place to combat the coronavirus.

      U.S. Representative Chris Smith (R-NJ), a senior member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs and ranking member of the Congressional-Executive Commission on China, condemned Jiang Duan’s appointment to the UNHRC’s Consultative Group. “There is no justification whatsoever in empowering a Chinese government official, Jiang Duan, to investigate human rights abuses until there is a reckoning with regard to China’s own record,” Smith said.

      Despite U.S. legislative efforts to hold China more accountable on human rights issues, the Trump administration withdrew the United States from the UNHRC in June 2018 — removing itself from the UN’s primary body focused on human rights. “China and its allies are filling the vacuum and, over time, will neuter if not fundamentally redefine the core precepts of universal human rights,” wrote Ted Piccone, a nonresident senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.

      China’s UNHRC appointment aligns with the country’s ascent to more leadership positions within the United Nations and deeper investment in the UN system. Chinese representatives currently head four out of 15 UN specialized agencies. With the United States under Trump’s leadership retreating from multilateral diplomacy, “China may continue to find ways to fill the financial and manpower leadership roles the United States seems to be abandoning,” write Courtney J. Fung and Shing-Hon Lam. Separately, Kristine Lee cautions that in the long term, “If Beijing succeeds in retooling the UN to its purposes, China won’t become more like the rest of the world—the rest of the world will become more like China.”

      A more active and influential China within the UN is likely to bring about implications for how the system views its purpose and aims. But China’s UN involvement need not be unidirectional, and will ultimately be contingent on the policy issue, the product of dynamics within broader global governance institutions, as well as the influence of China’s own domestic pressures.
    3. sero_negativesero_negative PEx Rookie ⭐
      UNHRChina

      may tiga Malakanyang ang matutuwa neto
    4. Juan Plus OneJuan Plus One PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐

      China Restricted Travel on Hubei to Prevent Spread to Rest of China, But Let People Fly to Rest of the World

      Posted at 9:00 pm on April 9, 2020 by Nick Arama

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      China Restricted Travel on Hubei to Prevent Spread to Rest of China But Let People Fly to Rest of the World

      In this photo released by China’s Xinhua News Agency, Chinese President Xi Jinping, right, is briefed about the Huoshenshan Hospital in Wuhan in central China’s Hubei Province, Tuesday, March 10, 2020. China’s president visited the center of the global virus outbreak Tuesday as Italy began a sweeping nationwide travel ban and people worldwide braced for the possibility of recession. For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia. (Xie Huanchi/Xinhua via AP)

      Niall Ferguson, a Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, has written a great article and Twitter thread about the Wuhan coronavirus.

      First he dings folks for trying to blame President Donald Trump instead of putting responsibility where it belongs, on China. He also notes some of the ridiculous virtue signaling of people, rather than call out China for wrong doing, such as the mayor of Florence suggesting Italians “hug a Chinese person.”

      https://www.redstate.com/nick-arama/2020/04/09/why-did-china-impose-restrictions-on-hubei-to-prevent-spread-to-rest-of-china-but-let-people-fly-out-to-all-over-the-world/

    5. hellraiser2.hellraiser2. PEx Veteran ⭐⭐

      Communist China will 'shoot anyone' who tries to reveal the truths about COVID-19


      Sky News host Grahame Richardson says totalitarian regimes like communist China cannot afford to let news of how it "totally and utterly botched" the COVID-19 outbreak get out and "they'll shoot anyone who tries".

      Mr Richardson fired up about the Chinese cover-up and the World Health Organisation's handling of the outbreak.

      "The Chinese hid this, the World Health Organisation aided and abetted them for doing it, and they deserve to be condemned for it".

      "When you get totalitarian regimes, you get secrecy and you get untruths".

      Mr Richardson told fellow Sky News host Alan Jones, there is no doubt the "Chinese government lied about this from the very start and they'll continue to do so".

      "They cannot afford the public over there to realise how badly they've handled it". "This has been botched, totally and utterly botched from the beginning".
    6. hellraiser2.hellraiser2. PEx Veteran ⭐⭐


      President Rody Duterte said that Chinese President Xi Jinping had reached out to him, thanking the Philippine government for helping erase the stigma that China experienced due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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    7. hsusonhsuson PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
      CHINA VIRUS, Never Forget
    8. hellraiser2.hellraiser2. PEx Veteran ⭐⭐

      More than half of Americans think China should pay coronavirus reparations, poll shows

      Americans have turned some of their bipartisan ire amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic toward Beijing, a new Harris Poll survey released Wednesday shows.

      Per the poll, nearly 90 percent of Republicans believe China, where the coronavirus originated, is responsible for the spread while two-thirds of Democrats surveyed said the same. There's a little more discrepancy across party lines when it comes to how Chinese President Xi Jinping and his government should reckon with their role in exacerbating crisis, but more than half of Americans believe Beijing should pay some form of reparations to other countries.



      NEW:

      -77% blame China for coronavirus including more than two-thirds (67%) of Democrats

      -71% say American companies should pull back manufacturing in China

      -69% support Trump’s tougher trade policies with China

      -54% say China should pay reparationshttps://t.co/ExK5hf0Lrd

      — Alberto E. Martinez (@albertemartinez) April 8, 2020

      Among GOP voters, 71 percent think China has a responsibility to compensate other countries for the damage the pandemic has caused. Fewer than half of Democrats agree with that sentiment, but the 41 percent who do is not an insignificant amount.

      The Harris Poll was conducted online between between April 3-April 5. A nationally representative sample of 1,993 U.S. adults was surveyed. No margin of error was reported. Read more at The Washington Post and take a look at the full poll results here.



    9. No surprise, Communists in China have murdered millions since the time of Mao.
    10. ArnoldZArnoldZ PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐


      President Rody Duterte said that Chinese President Xi Jinping had reached out to him, thanking the Philippine government for helping erase the stigma that China experienced due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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      What kind of person does not recognized Communist China's malevolence when it comes to spreading diseases worldwide?

       "Sars, Mers, now Covid 19 all from china in the last 20 years. That is a lot and one has to wonder if they are not screwing around with viruses in an unsafe manner. Ebola is different because it has been popping up on and off for a long time in Africa but the others might be lab creations. I never believe in crazy theories but this is getting just too strange that one country keeps causing all of these problems."

      And this President does not believe the virus is China's fault?

      The ICC must prosecute the leaders of Communist China!

      And communism needs to be wiped off the planet Earth!

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