Wuhan Coronavirus

COVID-19 Is the Chinese Government’s Curse upon the World

If the Chinese government spent as much time working on educating its people and regulating dangerous markets as it does on secrecy and propaganda efforts, maybe it wouldn’t have to worry as much about diseases being named after it.

The World Health Organization and other sensitive souls have instructed us to stop referring to the new strain of coronavirus as the “Wuhan” or “Chinese” flu because of the racist connotations. I’m disinclined to curb my speech to placate Chinese propagandists — and it seems to me the aversion to those terms is less about racism than about averting blame. But in the spirit of comity, and avoiding disparaging an entire nation, I’m happy to call it the ChiCom Flu moving forward.

The Chinese Communists, like all Communists, hide their societal problems. There is no crime, disease, or addiction in the collectivist state. This kind of secrecy and dishonesty can be disastrous, especially in a highly interconnected world.

https://www.nationalreview.com/2020/03/covid-19-is-the-chinese-governments-curse-upon-the-world/

The World We Once Lived in Has Vanished

Even if we manage to defeat the coronavirus, that world will not return.

China sends doctors and masks overseas as domestic coronavirus infections drop

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/mar/19/china-positions-itself-as-a-leader-in-tackling-the-coronavirus

Wuhan police apologise to family of Dr Li Wenliang

https://news.rthk.hk/rthk/en/component/k2/1515621-20200319.htm

Let’s call it the Communist Party coronavirus

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