The Chinese Communist Party is the cause of the current Chinese Coronavirus pandemic. Whether they cooked up the WuFlu in a biolab or simply took advantage of the time Ping scarfed down a big bowl of raw bat soup doesn’t matter. China’s actions (and lack thereof) have directly led to the deaths of tens of thousands of people around the world.
China has consistently lied about the extent of the Chinese Coronavirus outbreak in their country. There is considerable evidence that China has under reported (or simply stopped reporting) the number of coronavirus deaths in order to keep their official body count low. The Chinese Communist Party has also refused to let outside observers into the hardest hit areas in Wuhan to verify the death toll.
Disturbing reports coming out of China in the early days of the Chinese Coronavirus outbreak indicated the Communists were cracking down on anyone not toeing the Party line on the virus. Whistleblowing doctors attempting to warn the world as to the extent of the outbreak were murdered or simply disappeared. Citizens and journalists attempting to share information about the Chinese Coronavirus similarly vanished. The Chinese government did everything it could-up to and including murder-to silence its critics.
China dramatically expanded its already invasive police state to keep people locked inside their homes to contain the Chinese Coronavirus. Communist officials even went so far as to weld shut the entrances to homes and apartments in order to keep the infected contained.
What’s worse, reports are now indicating that China is engaged in even more extreme measures to contain the Chinese Coronavirus. Radio Free Asia has reported that locals in Wuhan have indicated that funeral homes are literally burning Chinese Coronavirus victims alive in their incinerators:
RFA noted that it could not independently verify that the Chinese Communist Party was burning coronavirus patients alive, nor has the Communist Party confirmed or denied the rumors. Yet the rumors persist that, to make room for new patients in Wuhan’s overcrowded hospitals, medical staff chose older patients less likely to survive the infection and shipped them to incinerators while they were still alive and conscious.
RFA quoted a source “close to the funeral industry” identified only as Ma who said that he had heard reports of “people restrained and forced into body bags when they were still moving.”
“Some people are saying that … there are video clips of screams coming from funeral homes, from inside the furnaces … which tells us that some people were taken to the funeral homes while they were still alive,” Ma added.
Ma also noted the existence of video testimony from an anonymous older woman who had been treated at a Wuhan hospital, presumably for Chinese coronavirus.
“One old lady was saying that they put one guy into … a body bag when he wasn’t even dead yet, and took him off to the crematorium because there was no way of saving him,” Ma told RFA.
How does the United Nations respond to China brutalizing their own citizens and killing thousands across the world?
By giving them a seat on the “esteemed” UN Human Rights Council:
China has been appointed to a panel on the controversial U.N. Human Rights Council, where it will help vet candidates for important posts — despite its decades-long record of systematic human rights abuse that the U.S. has said fueled the coronavirus pandemic.
Jiang Duan, minister at the Chinese Mission in Geneva, was appointed to the U.N. Human Rights Council’s Consultative Group — where he will serve as the representative of the Asia-Pacific states. He will serve as one of five representatives for blocs of countries and is joined by delegates from Spain, Slovenia and Chad.
China has been criticized over the way it handled the coronavirus outbreak, with the U.S. and others accusing the communist country of a secretive approach that punished doctors, threw out reporters, suppressed information and ultimately downplayed the seriousness of the virus — leaving the world blindsided and unable to adequately respond to what later became a global pandemic.
“It could have been contained to that one area in China where it started,” President Trump, who has called the virus the “Chinese virus,” said at a press briefing last month. “And certainly the world is paying a big price for what they did.”
U.N. Watch, a Geneva-based human rights watchdog, first reported the development in Geneva, and reacted furiously to the move, saying it was “absurd and immoral” for the U.N. to allow the Chinese regime a key role in selecting human rights officials.
“Allowing China’s oppressive and inhumane regime to choose the world investigators on freedom of speech, arbitrary detention and enforced disappearances is like making a pyromaniac into the town fire chief,” said Hillel Neuer, U.N. Watch’s Executive Director said.
The body said that China will now play a central role in picking at least 17 human rights investigators, including those looking at freedom of speech, enforced disappearance and arbitrary detention — all rights that the Chinese regime is said to have violated.
Time to defund the United Nations and withdraw completely.