Category Archives: China

China is Losing Friends at a Bad Time

Xi doesn’t seem to care about friends. He lashes out at Australia, Japan, India, Canada, the UK, the US, Taiwan, and threatens most of the rest of the advanced and emerging world — then assumes that everyone will automatically fall … Continue reading

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South Asians at Higher Risk of COVID Death?

Genetic predisposition to serious infection and death from the Wuhan CoV-19 is crucially important information — but information that is being largely held back by government officials and the news media. Why are blacks and south Asians more likely to … Continue reading

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The Reality of China Doesn’t Match the Hype

The following interview excerpt comes from themarket.ch Few western observers know China better than Anne Stevenson-Yang. The American lived in the People’s Republic for more than 25 years. In 2007 she co-founded J Capital, an independent research firm that focuses … Continue reading

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CCP China’s Stumbles on Narrow Path to a Future

Mainland China did not need more problems on top of its pre-existing economic slowdown, food shortages, trade disputes, and border disputes. But the virus from Wuhan had other plans for CCP Xi. Despite his country’s many geographic limitations and disadvantages, … Continue reading

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China is Drowning Russia in Coronavirus

Xi’s Virus Giving Putin Giant Headache [Putin was] on track to achieve his ultimate goal, eliminating the term limits of his presidency and allowing him to rule, more or less, as Czar of All the Russias for life. Only the … Continue reading

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US Economy Over 50% Larger Than China’s

The truth is that China has always been weak, even if its outward behavior is aggressive, even obnoxious. But beneath the confident exterior is a nation that still cannot feed itself, lacks stable sources of energy and is addicted to … Continue reading

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Contemplating the Aftermath: Round One

The First Round of the Wuhan CoV-19 Pandemic is Approaching Aftermath Stage Update: Everything else is locked down, making riots the only game in town Leftist lockdowns destroyed their businesses, took their jobs, closed their schools, closed their pools and … Continue reading

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China is the Virus; CCP is the Plague

“The Chinese, behind the shield of the World Health Organization for two months, hid the virus from the world, and then sent hundreds of thousands of Chinese on aircraft to Milan, New York and around the world to seed [the … Continue reading

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China: The Asshole that Demands Gratitude

China is the country that dishes out death by pandemic, but demands the world’s gratitude. Chinese officials initially covered up the outbreak in Wuhan. They have also appeared to be censoring research into the origins of the virus, and German … Continue reading

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What is the Real Risk of Death from Coronavirus?

Prolonged Panic and Hysteria Around the World, and Over What? Seroprevalence studies from the coronavirus pandemic in the Netherlands provide important information that the US CDC and the US media apparently choose not to divulge. Why has our government not … Continue reading

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Take Comfort in Your Lockdowns, for What it is Worth

Who Is Protected by Lockdowns? In the long run, almost no one it seems. It has become clear that a hard lockdown does not protect old and frail people living in care homes—a population the lockdown was designed to protect. … Continue reading

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Imagine a China that had Nothing to Hide

Can’t imagine it? Neither can I. It is not likely that you will ever have to, as long as the CCP runs the mainland. … someone at the high-security Wuhan Institute of Virology censored its virus database in an apparent … Continue reading

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A Timid and Fearful EU Bows Low to Its Tormenter

“China has continued to run a global disinformation campaign to deflect blame for the outbreak of the pandemic and improve its international image,” the initial report said. “Both overt and covert tactics have been observed.” __ NYT Careful timelines of … Continue reading

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Bill Maher to News Media: From One Asshole to Another

Watch this entertaining video. Think of it as a message from one asshole to another. On “Panic Porn:” Sweden is one of the few countries that have elected to accept more cases of coronavirus in exchange for keeping a solid … Continue reading

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If You Want to Know Who Killed You, It Was China

Time is short. Look at the way the Chinese leadership treats its own people. Then imagine how they would like to treat us… Source Long after the bodies are buried, people will remember how, if C.C.P. officials had acted three … Continue reading

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Origin of Wuhan Cov-19: The Documentary

It is time to begin to zero in on the source of this Chinese virus, and to hold those responsible who appear to have allowed it to spread into populations around the world. Film Source Up to Half of Those … Continue reading

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Homeschool in the Age of Wuhan CoV-19: A New Dawn?

We Are All Homeschoolers Now When politicians decided to shut the schools, they inadvertently opened the eyes of parents and students to the brave new world of homeschooling. Kids go to school for six-plus hours a day, but a lot … Continue reading

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Wuhan Virus: Is China At War With the Rest of the World?

No. It is the Communist Party That Has Declared War Update: China’s war against Italy: A Pretense of Aid Update: China sends faulty medical equipment to Europe Guest Article by Brian T. Kennedy: The Chinese Communist Party, led by Chairman … Continue reading

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Wuhan Coronavirus is a Sprinter, Not a Marathoner

Now that the Wuhan Coronavirus has emerged from the bamboo curtain into the more civilised world, modern science can begin to dissect the characteristics of the virus. One important discovery seems to be that infected persons unload large amounts of … Continue reading

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Riding the Bus with Wuhan Coronavirus

The pattern of viral spread in the Hunan bus suggests that vehicular ventilation systems may play a part in viral transmission. In addition, the virus continued to spread to a new passenger, 30 minutes after the original source had left … Continue reading

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Will Global Attitudes Toward China Change?

US Attitudes Toward China are Changing Throughout the Obama presidency, Americans believed China to be the leading economic power in the world — although it remained solidly in second place. This attitude began to change in 2016, and now Americans … Continue reading

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Why is China so Dirty, and Singapore so Clean?

Note the case reports from bellwethers Taiwan, Singapore, and Hong Kong. China Has a Way With Germs Over the next several days and weeks, we would experience the amazing culture of China, in several different cities. But some things stood … Continue reading

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Coronavirus in Your Shit; Uyghurs in Your Shoes

Chinese scientists announced the discovery of coronavirus traces in the fecal matter of some infected patients. They are suggesting the possibility of fecal-oral transmission, perhaps helping to explain how the virus could spread so quickly in the city of Wuhan, … Continue reading

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China’s Empty Streets Do Not Ship Product

Returning to China in mid-February, I had seemingly stepped into a parallel universe. Much of Beijing looked, and even smelled, like the familiar metropolis in which I’ve lived for decades. Except for one thing. Where were all the people? … … Continue reading

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Novel Coronavirus Hits Global Stock Markets

U.S. stocks tumbled early on Monday as the spread of the coronavirus outside China sparked a global sell-off. The Dow fell 3%, while the S&P 500 SPX, -3.13% declined 2.9% and the Nasdaq COMP, -3.46% slipped 3.3%. The Italian FTSE … Continue reading

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