The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) headed by Xi Jinping and Wang Qishan created the coronavirus from a Wuhan P4 laboratory and spread it to the world.
The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the worldwide outbreak of the coronavirus a pandemic, with more than 118,000 cases in 114 countries and 4,291 deaths by March 11.
On March 12, the Dow Jones Industrial Average sank 2,352 ponts, or 10%, its heaviest loss since its nearly 23% drop on the Black Monday of October 19, 1987.
The S&P 500 plummeted 9.5%, for a total drop of 26.7% from its all-time high, set just last month. That puts it way over the 20% threshold for a bear market, officially ending Wall Street’s unprecedented bull-market run of nearly 11 years.
Shares in Europe and Asia also dove sharply into the red, deepening weeks of turmoil across the world’s stock markets. Many of the world’s big brands and financiers are on the edge of bankcruptcy.
In recent days, the most terrified are those noted politicians with power and people with money. The world has entered an era of power and wealth reshuffle.
On March 13, President Donald Trump declared a national emergency. When asked “where the source of this virus has come from”, the President replied, “they know where it came from. We all know where it came from.”
Hard hit by coronavirus are those who have come into close connection with the CCP; and no one seems to be able to escape.
By March 12, 514 people in Iran have been killed by the disease out of 11,364 confirmed cases of infection, including dozens of Iranian MPs and other high ranking officials.
Italy has been the most supportive of the CCP’s Belt and Road Initiative. Sadly, the death toll from an outbreak of coronavirus in Italy has jumped in the last 24 hours by 189 to 1,016, a rise of 23%, the Italian Civil Protection Agency said on March 12.
South Korea has become the country worst hit by the novel coronavirus outside China, with numbers of confirmed Covid-19 cases now more than 7500 and deaths more than 50. South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in has faced severe criticism in recent weeks not just for his handling of the virus, but for his submission to the CCP regime over the past decade. He was said to be supported to presidency by the CCP.
Naive Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe still hopes for the Olympics to go ahead and to shake hands with Chinese dictator Xi Jinping in a friendly bilateral talk.
Japan is actually at the fore front to confront the threats to democracy from the Communist dictatorship. Abe still wants to sleep with the demons.
Pro-CCP German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned that up to 70% of the country’s population – some 58 million people – could contract the coronavirus.
Mrs Merkel made the stark prediction at a news conference on Wednesday when she explained the situation in Germany, unable to do much but to warn, “This is a call to all. Where possible, social contact should be avoided.”
The French stupid leftist Emmanuel Macron could do nothing either but to shut all schools and colleges down. He knows that “This virus does not have a passport.” He must not forget when all western leaders kept a distance from China’s Belt and Road, he was happy to be hosted a grand banquet with Xi Jinping in Beijing.
Later on 18 February when coronavirus just became a global concern, Macron once again expressed his solidarity for the Communist government when he spoke with Xi Jinping on the phone. Macron will be thrown by the French people into the historical rubbish bin.
Weak and miserable Justin Trudeau of Canada is truly deplorable when he has been unable to challenge the threats by the CCP.
There is a “clear and continuing danger” from “significant and sustained foreign interference” in Canadian public life, the chair of the country’s parliamentary intelligence oversight committee has told the BBC recently. Two countries, Russia and China, are singled out as responsible.
Yesterday, the Canadian Prime Minister’s wife, Sophie Gregoire, has tested positive for COVID-19. Trudeau shall have no escape.
Arrogant Boris Johnson thought he was not afraid of the Communist threats from China and he was quite happy to go ahead with UK’s cooperation with Huawei.
Although BT, Britain’s biggest telecoms group, will switch some of its existing mobile network equipment from Huawei to other providers to meet the government’s 35% cap on the Chinese company’s involvement in Britain’s next generation networks, its close connection with the CCP has made it no escape from the coronavirus attack.
Philip Jansen, the chief executive of BT, has tested positive for the novel coronavirus and will work remotely over the next week, according to the company yesterday.
CCP killer Guo Wengui, who has been a friend of Boris Johnson, said yesterday in his live-broadcast, that his daughter had told about the possibility of her father Boris Johnson contracting the disease.
Today, Boris Johnson has decided to suspend the local government and mayoral elections for 12 months following guidance from the Electoral Commission.
Boris said: “We have all got to be clear, this is the worst public health crisis for a generation. Some people compare it to seasonal flu. Alas, that is not right. Due to the lack of immunity this disease is more dangerous. It is going to spread further and I must level with you, I must level with the British public: many more families are going to lose loved ones before their time.”
For too long Australia’s politicians have been accustomed to attending parties and seminars hosted by China’s state-owned enterprises and organizations who have the plan for BGY schemes. Few Australians would be aware of that.
China’s state-owned companies like Shenhua Group, Yancoal, and other mineral giants have bought lots of mines in Australia; BHP and Rio-Tinto have to kowtow now to the Chinese government to retain their share in global dominance. In the desert of Western Australia, the CCP-controlled businesses even built an airport that can be used for purposes beyond the mineral trade.
In an extraordinary decision, last month, the government of the state of Victoria decided to shine the colors of the CCP’s red flag across a number of Melbourne’s landmark buildings to demonstrate solidarity with Chinese-Victorians whose businesses had been (unfortunately and ridiculously) avoided due to the coronavirus outbreak. The impulse to demonstrate solidarity with the local Chinese community was a positive one, yet the way in which this was demonstrated was both strange and troubling.
Although Australian Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has been tough with his stance against Communist China, his government has been appeasing to the CCP regime for at least two decades for economic gains.
Unfortunately, Peter Dutton was tested positive for coronavirus yesterday.
Mr Dutton recently travelled to Washington DC for a meeting on child sexual exploitation. While there, he met President Trump’s daughter, Ivanka.
Earlier today, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro was tested positive for coronavirus, according to local reports, but later his son denied that.
Jair has been very much anti-communism, but recently he is keen on joining the CCP’s Belt and Road Initiative “for the future of Brazil’s economy”.
It’s horribly breaking news that President Donald Trump dined with Bolsonaro at Mar-a-Lago on Saturday night and shook hands with his fellow world leader.
Could the Trump family be also contracted with the disease? This has raised greater concern both domestically and globally.
In recent days, instead of thinking of how to clean up the feces it has exhausted, the CCP turned to blame the U.S. military for creating the disease.
China’s Foreign Ministry on Thursday implied that the U.S. Army “might be” be responsible for bringing the coronavirus to Wuhan, when its spokesman Zhao Lijian wrote in twitter, “”CDC was caught on the spot. When did patient zero begin in US? How many people are infected? What are the names of the hospitals? It might be US army who brought the epidemic to Wuhan. Be transparent! Make public your data! US owe us an explanation! ”
Xi Jinping on Thursday spoke with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres over phone, urging the international community to take urgent action in the fight against the COVID-19 epidemic. The thief is calling “go catch the thief”.
The WHO headed by Tedros is highly corrupt; the United Nations headed by Antonio is also highly corrupt. They are the running dogs of the CCP regime.
The CCP leadership is extremely crazy now. The world shall wake up to the threats posed by these evil Communist demons.
World leaders shall now waste no time to join hands to take down the evil CCP and its dictatorship.
This is not only the wish of the Chinese people, but shall be the wish of all humanity.
By Cloudy Seagail