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Mar 30 2020

Wet Markets That Produced Chinese Virus Back Up and Running

After plunging the entire planet into crisis, at least the ChiComs have learned their lesson and will put an end to the wet markets where exotic animal diseases make the jump to humans — or maybe not:

Terrified dogs and cats crammed into rusty cages. Bats and scorpions offered for sale as traditional medicine. Rabbits and ducks slaughtered and skinned side by side on a stone floor covered with blood, filth, and animal remains.

Those were the deeply troubling scenes [Friday] as China celebrated its ‘victory’ over the coronavirus by reopening squalid meat markets of the type that started the pandemic three months ago, with no apparent attempt to raise hygiene standards to prevent a future outbreak.

It’s not as if there has been no change at all since a wet market in Wuhan got tens of thousands killed by COVID-19; security guards now prevent people from taking pictures of what goes on there.

The first coronavirus cases were traced to a market in Wuhan but the outbreak was kept silent by officials for weeks and whistleblowers were silenced, including 33-yearold Dr Li Wenliang, who later died of coronavirus.

This lack of transparency — a universal characteristic of communism — cost the rest of the world 2 months that might have been used to avert the crisis.

Don’t expect the ChiComs to be forthcoming about the next exotic pandemic they unleash on the world.

As for them having the virus under control in China, not even the Chinese believe their government:

While China’s communist government claims that the coronavirus has killed 3,300 of its citizens, residents of Wuhan, the city where the deadly illness is believed to have begun, say the number is likely much higher.

According to a report in Radio Free Asia, residents of Wuhan are highly skeptical of the government’s totals based on reports of cremation services have been distributing tens of thousands of urns in recent weeks.

Here’s one way to keep the official mortality rate down:

Chen Yaohui, a resident Wuhan, told RFA that local city officials have been paying families 3,000 yuan ($422.75 USD) to cover funeral expenses in exchange for their silence.

We will never know how many Chinese were killed by the Wuhan coronavirus, just as we will never know how many were killed by the Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution.

One thing we do know is that it is not wise to rely on China for anything so long as it is under communist rule.

How to launch a global pandemic.

On a tip from Feet2Fire.



2 Responses to “Wet Markets That Produced Chinese Virus Back Up and Running”

  1. […] you are mad at the Chinese for inflicting the Wuhan coronavirus on the rest of the world with their continuing wet markets and their communist lies, and at hoarders for senselessly creating a scarcity of toilet […]

  2. […] for which no one can be blamed. It is a product of either the horrifically unhygienic Chinese wet markets that Bloomberg celebrates or a Chinese virology laboratory. It became a pandemic due to the […]


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