Blatant lies from Chinese officials.

February 18, 2020

The SASAC (The State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of China) has claimed that more than 95 percent of all state-owned enterprises in oil, communication, petrochemical, power grid, and transport sectors are back at full operation. Information from other Chinese government sources however, show that that statement as a blatant out-and-out lie. Travel continues to be flat-lined, and national coal consumption is even lower. We need to also bear in mind in that by its own admission, Beijing has placed 760 million people, That’s about half of its total population, that are still under lock down.

EXTREME ECONOMIC MEASURES

The State Council, which is China’s equivalent to the U.S. Cabinet, today announced several new measures it is taking to boost the country’s faltering economy. Most of the measures amount to modest and temporary, cuts to business taxes. For pig farmers, subsidies will be raised and the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission has started offering low-interest loans and rent reductions for small and medium-sized businesses that are affected by the epidemic.

FOOD RESERVES

One Chinese blogger named Jennifer Zeng, reported that on February 1st, an official government statement said that Hubei province, which includes the city of Wuhan with its over 11 million population, had enough food supplies to feed its entire population for a year. But, On February 6th, she quoted another official government report that stated there was only enough food for six months. She went on the light heatedly joke, that at that rate the province may already be out of food. It seems that with these conflicting reports that the Chinese government is having serious problems with the food supply and its citizens security. One wonders, if the coronavirus will be eradicated by the end of next month, why would the Chinese government concern itself with food reserves for year or even half a year? In a village in Hubei province, near Wuhan, officials are boarding up homes with the people who live in them still inside. The extreme measures are being taken to keep people from going outside during the government-mandated lock down.https://tinyurl.com/ttk28j3

Some of the population are rebelling against these draconian tactics. In another unidentified village, a policeman tried to regain control of over a group of outraged villagers by firing his gun randomly into the air. Many natives are becoming very angry over the governments austere measures https://tinyurl.com/t7gk8r3

The mood in China is becoming very grim as most of the population are not at all convinced of the party narrative about the virus coming from a meat market. Most of the Chinese population are of the opinion that the virus came from the level 4 biochemical research facility on the outskirts of Wuhan. One Chinese woman returning to Canada from China says that the population is very angry over the governments handling of the situation, and do not trust the government at all.

CHINA’S TOP PRIORITY

China’s leading respiratory disease experts have warned that if the China is to survive this coronavirus epidemic, it must first adopt a new strategy to help its public health officials in Wuhan, the epicenter of the outbreak, to separate coronavirus-infected people from those who are merely suffering from the usual seasonal flu. The city of Wuhan accounts for about 80% of all the total cases in the world, and 90% of the deaths globally. The current “official” global numbers, including the Wednesday morning update are 75,122 confirmed cases and 2,005 deaths.

JAPAN IS EXPLORING HIV DRUGS

Japan Today reports that the country is planning a trial to test how effective various different HIV medications can be in treating patients infected with the Covid -19 virus. This coincides with even more reports that the experts believe that the disease was bio engineered. A Japanese government spokesman has said that preparations are being made for clinical trials to start as soon as possible.

Wuhan 400

As if things were not bad enough for China, and especially Hubei province, in which it the City of Wuhan is with its 11 million inhabitants, it would seem that Coronavirus or at least some sort of biological weapon was predicted as far back as 1981.

In author Dean Koontz’s book titled “The eyes of darkness” published in 1981, there is a passage that speaks of a biological weapon program gone wrong, a virus was released and killed some, its name was Wuhan 400 in this fictional novel by Koontz. Bizarrely, there is in fact, today in the city of Wuhan. The Wuhan Institute of Virology, which houses China’s only level four bio safety laboratory, the highest-level classification of labs that study the deadliest viruses, is just 32km from the epicenter of the current coronavirus outbreak. you can read about This strange coincidence/prophetic utterance here. Wuhan 400

New Yorkers quarantined in their homes

Over 24 people north of New York City are being quarantined after possible exposure to the coronavirus.
WABC-TV reports 26 people in Westchester County who have returned
from a trip to China are not showing any symptoms. The quarantine is just a voluntary
precaution for now. Public health officials are making sure they all have

medication and food, and anything else they might need during the length of the
quarantine.

How long till it gets here?

It would appear that many countries are not doing their due diligence in protecting their populations. Jets continue to leave China for destinations far and wide, also there are jets still leaving Wuhan every day. Just take a look at any of the flight tracking sites on the web, and you can see that there is still air travel back and forth with China.

 

here is a list of flights out of Wuhan Today 02/20/20

Thankfully they all appear to be within mainland China.

CXA8826 Tianjin Binhai Int’l (TSN) 08:45p CST 10:20p CST
CXA8824 Tianjin Binhai Int’l (TSN) 08:34p CST 10:10p CST
CSN5250 Shenyang Taoxian Int’l (SHE) 07:19p CST 09:30p CST
CSN5248 Shenyang Taoxian Int’l (SHE) 07:13p CST 09:24p CST
CJX6628 Nanchang Changbei Int’l (KHN) 05:31p CST 06:07p CST
CES9006 Taiyuan Wusu (TYN) 02:21p CST 03:41p CST
CES9004 Taiyuan Wusu (TYN) 02:17p CST 03:37p CST
CES7874 Shanghai Hongqiao Int’l (SHA) 12:33p CST 01:35p CST
SQP7302 B738 Boryspil Int’l (KBP) 07:35a CST 09:37a EET

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