“大国战疫”下的罪恶 网民列中共47宗罪

“大国战疫”下的罪恶 网民列中共47宗罪
图为武汉一家医院的重症监护室

中共病毒(武汉肺炎)疫情扩散全球,中共至今没有为隐瞒疫情引发灾难向世界人民道歉。相反,在中共宣称的“大国战疫”下,发生一幕幕罪恶。有网友通过微博热搜,列出中共47宗罪。

4月3日,品葱网上的一篇文章的作者称,中共罪行罄竹难书,通过2020年1月—3月的微博热搜,从各大新闻网站搜集了中共自肺炎疫情爆发以来的各种表现,列出中共在武汉肺炎疫情中所犯下的的47宗罪。

1.隐瞒疫情,所有疫情信息不透明,包括感染人数、死亡人数、死亡率等。

2.惩戒8位吹哨人,阻止他们向外界传递关于疫情的消息。

3.华南海鲜市场贩卖珍稀野生动物十数余年,疫情发生后负责人销声匿迹,至今不见踪影。

4.在已知病毒人传人的情况下,武汉政府仍然执意举办万家宴,百步亭社区管委会自1月25日后停摆。

5.武汉市政府办公厅公务用车鄂A0260W免费提领武汉红十字会物资。生活物资、医疗物资先供领导,普通百姓民不聊生,3月3日汉阳黄金口一对孤寡老人没有食物双双跳楼。

6.武汉多家医院医护人员被迫对外求助,协和医生在武汉国博乞讨式求医疗物资,广东医护借柳叶刀发文公开吁国际援助

7.武汉政府凌晨2点告知民众他们会在10点封城,导致五百万人逃离,病毒四散全球。

8.文革式防疫手段风行。孝感戴有“红袖章”的防疫人员闯入私人住宅砸烂麻将桌,殴打户主儿子;咸宁市则有年轻男子坐电单车没戴口罩,被村干部发现后绑在树上。

9.封城之后超市断货物资匮乏,商家坐地起价。

10.中国红十字会贪污,扣押救援物资,民间发起捐助物资遭阻拦,武汉市委书记称捐款、捐赠物资只能通过红十字会。

11.疑似患者无法做核酸检测,死于家中,无人处理。

12.媒体编造李文亮医生死亡时间。

13.微信大批量封号,言论封锁,微博热搜出现“我要言论自由”,随后被删。

14.言论封锁,白色恐怖,“李文亮遗孀等待调查结果”报导遭全网删除,“疫情发哨人”专访遭下架,“疫情50天中国人承受媒体死亡代价”遭删…

15.自1月28日在北京大会堂会见世卫总干事以来,习近平消失7天。

16.中共驱逐美国三大媒体。

17.政府忽视其他病患,大量肺炎以外患者得不到有效救治而痛苦去世。

18.城管抢业主买下的菜,爱心蔬菜被当垃圾。

19.武汉职校宿舍被征用,学生物品遭丢弃。

20.地方政府抢口罩,重庆口罩被大理拦截。

21.官媒恶意误导群众,造谣双黄连治病奇效,导致民众连夜抢购。

22.任志强、陈秋实、方斌、李泽华、张文斌等多人被消失,至今生死不明。

23.女性侮辱,“九个月孕妇、流产护士支援前线”,护士被剃头。

24.监狱管理信息不透明,病亡人数无从得知。

25.“李文亮事件调查结果”只惩处基层民警,相关领导安然无恙。

26.云南临沧市强迫学生喝中药“大锅药”,三至六岁幼童必须每天喝。一临沧幼儿园要求学生每天上传喝药的图片,有学生喝药后出现拉肚子,头晕等症状。

27.武汉城管群殴配送店员。

28.天津拾荒老人被殴打。

29.大国战役出版,歌颂党的领导;湖南推出儿歌“方舱医院真神奇”,文革样板戏诈尸。

30.武汉市委书记王忠林要求在全市推广感恩教育,听党话、跟党走,形成强大正能量。

31.福建隔离酒店倒塌案致29死42伤。

32.政府用垃圾车运送生活物资。

33.火神山医院377名工人被隔离,既回不了家,政府还切断他们的补助,生活陷入困境;雷神山医院农民工遭剥削打压,工人薪金是国家原定工资六分之一。

34.中共克扣医护人员、农民工、志愿者工资。

35.湖北遭遇全国性歧视,黄梅九江爆发冲突,湖北民工在深圳流落街头。

36.国务院副总理孙春兰视察武汉一社区,社区民众高喊“全部都是假的”。

37.习近平视察武汉,警察进入平民家中监控。

38.珠海拱北口岸商户罢市要求减租遭喷辣椒水。

39.华人捐赠物资被卖回美国。

40.政治性解封,病人出方舱后在酒店隔离时死亡,出院病患复阳率、传染性不明,无症状传染者信息不明。

41.中共不断输出劣质品,贩卖别国假冒伪劣医疗物资,华春莹“我们收到别国援助物资里也有不合格的”。

42.战螂外交部:甩锅武肺起源地,炮制美国阴谋论。

43.制造仇视、排外言论,煽动民族情绪,激化中国与海外矛盾。

44.不允许台湾加入WHO。

45.贿赂世卫,官员,谭德塞为中共站台误导全球,WHO变CHO。

46.外国人隔离期间享受超国民待遇。

47.雷神山庆功,丧事喜办。

The CCP’s crimes are endless,but Ithink it is necessary to sort out the crimes they committed in Wuhan CCPvirus.I collected the mistakes and crimes made by the Chinese Communist Nazi since the outbreak of Wuhan CCPvirus through the Weibo hot search and major news websites from January to March.I don’t believe that the Internet has no memory.

1.Chinese Communist Nazi concealed the epidemic at first,and all information on the epidemic was opaque,including the number of infections,deaths,and mortality rates.

2.Chinese Communist Nazi punished eight whistlers and prevented them from relaying news of the infectious disease

3.Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market had been selling wild animals for more than ten years.

The person in charge of this market disappeared after the outbreak of CCPvirus,and no trace has been found so far.

4.Even if the Wuhan government has already known the virus is transmitted from person to person,they still insisted on organizing Wanjia banquet.The work of Baibuting Community Management Committee had paralyzed after January 25.

5.The official car of the Wuhan Municipal Government Office A0260W collected medical supplies of Wuhan Red Cross for free.Living and medical supplies were provided for the leaders first.The people have no way to make aliving.On March 3,a pair of elderly people in Huangjinkou,Hanyang jumped off the building due to alack of food.

6.Medical staff in several hospitals in Wuhan were desperate to ask for help.On January 31,Xiehe’s doctors begged Red Cross staff to provide medical supplies at Wuhan International Expo Center.Guangdong medical staff published an article on Lancet calling for international assistance.

7.The Wuhan government informed the public at 2am that they would quarantine the city at 10 am,which caused 5million people to flee and the virus scattered around the world.

8.Cultural Revolution-style epidemic prevention is popular.In Xiaogan,epidemic prevention officers broke into aprivate house and smashed aMahjong table,assaulted the homeowner’s son.In Xianning,village officials found ayoung man riding amotorcycle without amask.In order to punish the man,some local village cadres tied the man to atree.

9.After the city was closed,supermarkets were out of stock and lacked supplies for days.Merchants raised prices for food and medical supplies

10.The Chinese Red Cross has severely corrupted and seized relief supplies from all over the world.Unofficial rescue&donation platforms were blocked by the Red Cross.Secretary of the Wuhan Municipal Party Committee said that donations and materials can only be passed through the Red Cross

11.Patients suspected of being infected could not be tested for the virus,many people died at home,and the bodies were left untreated

12.Media fabricated Dr Li Wenliang’s death time

13.Wechat blocked alarge number of accounts,and ahashtag of”I want the freedom of speech”appeared on Weibo,which was subsequently deleted.

14.White Terror and The Censorship of Speech.Report of”Li Wenliang’s widow awaiting the investigation on Li Wenliang’s death”was deleted across the network,different editions of the article”The person who distributed whistles”was removed,”The 50th day of the epidemic,Chinese bear the cost of media’s death”was deleted,etc.

15.Xi Jinping disappeared for 7days since meeting with WHO Director-General at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on January 28.

16.Chinese Communist Nazi expelled US journalists.

17.The government ignored other patients,and alarge number of patients with severe illness died painfully without effective treatment

18.Urban management officers grabbed the vegetables and meat bought by the residential property owners,and vegetables donated by other provinces were treated as garbage.

19.Dormitories of multiple vocational colleges in Wuhan have been requisitioned by the government,and student belongings have been discarded as trash.

20.Some local governments in China grabbed and stole masks bought by other municipal governments,Chongqing masks were intercepted by Dali city government officials

21.China official media maliciously misled the masses,creating rumours that Shuanghuanglian’s cure was so effective that it led to mass purchases overnight

22.Ren Zhiqiang,Chen Qiushi,Fang Bin,Li Zehua,Zhang Wenbin,and many others were disappeared,so far their lives and deaths are unknown

23.Female insult.“a nine-month pregnant woman and an abortion nurse supported the frontline”as official propaganda machines encourage this behaviour.In order to support the front line,the female nurses of the Gansu medical team shaved their hairs all together,while male nurses didn’t do that.

24.Prison management information is opaque,and the number of infected and dead is unknown

25.”Results of Li Wenliang Incident Investigation”only punish the grassroots policemen,and relevant leaders are safe and sound.

26.The officials of Lincang City,Yunnan Province forced students to drink Chinese traditional herbal medicine.Children aged three to six had to drink it every day.A kindergarten in Lincang required students to upload pictures of drinking herbal medicine every day.Some students experienced diarrhoea and dizziness after taking herbal medicine.

27.Wuhan urban management officers assaulted astaff member who distributed food.

28.Tianjin’s old scavengers were beaten by the urban management team.

29.The political propaganda book”China combating COVID-19 in 2020″was published and on sale,which mainly eulogizes the leadership of CCP;People of literary and art circles in Hunanhave created achildren’s song”The Fangcang Shelter Hospitals are so fucking amazing”,it seems like the Cultural Revolution Model Drama revived in ahorrific way.

30.The secretary of the Wuhan Municipal Party Committee Wang Zhonglin called for the promotion of gratitude education throughout the city.He said that Wuhan people have to listen to CCP and follow CCP’s rules in order to form strong positive energies.

31.A hotel in Fujian used to isolate patients with Wuhan CCPviruscollapsed,causing 29 deaths and 42 injuries.

32.Government transported living materials used by garbage trucks

33.377 workers at Huoshenshan Hospital were quarantined and were unable to return to their homes.The government also cut off their subsidies,making their lives difficult;Migrant workers in Leishenshan Hospital were exploited and suppressed by government officials,the workers only received one-sixth of the wages originally stipulated by the state.

34.The Chinese Communist Party withheld the salaries of medical staff,migrant workers and volunteers.

35.Hubei encountered national discrimination,conflict broke out in Huangmei county and Jiujiang city,and Hubei migrant workers lived on the streets in Shenzhen.

36.Sun Chunlan,Vice Premier of the State Council,inspected acommunity in Wuhan,and the people of the community shouted”All are fake”

37.The police entered the civilians’private homes to monitor people’s behaviour when Xi Jinping visited Wuhan

38.Merchants at Zhuhai Gongbei Port struck for arent reduction and were sprayed with chilli water by policemen

39.Ethnic Chinese donated materials were sold back to the United States

40.Political unblocking.Some patients died when they were isolated in the hotel after leaving Fangcang shelter hospitals.The RP rate and infectivity of patients discharged from the hospital are unknown,and the information of asymptomatic patients is unknown as well.

41.The CCP continues to export inferior medical supplies and sell counterfeit medical supplies in other countries.While Hua Chunying said,”We also received unqualified medical materials from other countries”

42.CCP Piece of Shit Ministry of Foreign Affairs concocted the American conspiracy theory,saying that the United States is the origin of Wuhan CCPvirus

43.CCP Piece of Shit Ministry of Foreign Affairs and CCP propaganda machines create hatred and xenophobia,inciting national populism and intensifying conflicts between China and overseas.

44.CCP does not allow Taiwan to join the WHO

45.The Chinese Communist Party bribed the officials of WHO,Tan Desai’s wrong judgment misleads global epidemic prevention.WHO=CHO

46.Foreigners enjoy excessively superior treatment during their isolation in China

47.The local leaders held acelebration ceremony in Leishenshan Hospital,ignoring that Wuhan CCPvirus has already killed tens of thousands of people in this country due to the faults made by these leaders,in the meantime the world is suffering pains and deaths caused by Wuhan CCPvirus.What they did is aCCP tradition,we call it“Treat afuneral as awedding ceremony,Take the pains of others as ajoke”.

China didn’t warn public of likely pandemic for 6 key days

PostBy: 殷楚楚-chuchu yin

In the six days after top Chinese officials secretly determined they likely were facing a pandemic from a new coronavirus, the city of Wuhan at the epicenter of the disease hosted a mass banquet for tens of thousands of people; millions began traveling through for Lunar New Year celebrations.

President Xi Jinping warned the public on the seventh day, Jan. 20. But by that time, more than 3,000 people had been infected during almost a week of public silence, according to internal documents obtained by The Associated Press and expert estimates based on retrospective infection data.

Six days.

That delay from Jan. 14 to Jan. 20 was neither the first mistake made by Chinese officials at all levels in confronting the outbreak, nor the longest lag, as governments around the world have dragged their feet for weeks and even months in addressing the virus.

But the delay by the first country to face the new coronavirus came at a critical time — the beginning of the outbreak. China’s attempt to walk a line between alerting the public and avoiding panic set the stage for a pandemic that has infected more than 2 million people and taken more than 133,000 lives.

“This is tremendous,” said Zuo-Feng Zhang, an epidemiologist at the University of California, Los Angeles. “If they took action six days earlier, there would have been much fewer patients and medical facilities would have been sufficient. We might have avoided the collapse of Wuhan’s medical system.”

Other experts noted that the Chinese government may have waited on warning the public to stave off hysteria, and that it did act quickly in private during that time.

But the six-day delay by China’s leaders in Beijing came on top of almost two weeks during which the national Center for Disease Control did not register any cases from local officials, internal bulletins obtained by the AP confirm. Yet during that time, from Jan. 5 to Jan. 17, hundreds of patients were appearing in hospitals not just in Wuhan but across the country.

It’s uncertain whether it was local officials who failed to report cases or national officials who failed to record them. It’s also not clear exactly what officials knew at the time in Wuhan, which only opened back up last week with restrictions after its quarantine.

But what is clear, experts say, is that China’s rigid controls on information, bureaucratic hurdles and a reluctance to send bad news up the chain of command muffled early warnings. The punishment of eight doctors for “rumor-mongering,” broadcast on national television on Jan. 2, sent a chill through the city’s hospitals.

“Doctors in Wuhan were afraid,” said Dali Yang, a professor of Chinese politics at the University of Chicago. “It was truly intimidation of an entire profession.”

Without these internal reports, it took the first case outside China, in Thailand on Jan. 13, to galvanize leaders in Beijing into recognizing the possible pandemic before them. It was only then that they launched a nationwide plan to find cases — distributing CDC-sanctioned test kits, easing the criteria for confirming cases and ordering health officials to screen patients. They also instructed officials in Hubei province, where Wuhan is located, to begin temperature checks at transportation hubs and cut down on large public gatherings. And they did it all without telling the public.

The Chinese government has repeatedly denied suppressing information in the early days, saying it immediately reported the outbreak to the World Health Organization.

“Those accusing China of lacking transparency and openness are unfair,” foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said Wednesday when asked about the AP story.

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The documents show that the head of China’s National Health Commission, Ma Xiaowei, laid out a grim assessment of the situation on Jan. 14 in a confidential teleconference with provincial health officials. A memo states that the teleconference was held to convey instructions on the coronavirus from President Xi Jinping, Premier Li Keqiang and Vice Premier Sun Chunlan, but does not specify what those instructions were.

“The epidemic situation is still severe and complex, the most severe challenge since SARS in 2003, and is likely to develop into a major public health event,” the memo cites Ma as saying.

The National Health Commission is the top medical agency in the country. In a faxed statement, the Commission said it had organized the teleconference because of the case reported in Thailand and the possibility of the virus spreading during New Year travel. It added that China had published information on the outbreak in an “open, transparent, responsible and timely manner,” in accordance with “important instructions” repeatedly issued by President Xi.

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The documents come from an anonymous source in the medical field who did not want to be named for fear of retribution. The AP confirmed the contents with two other sources in public health familiar with the teleconference. Some of the memo’s contents also appeared in a public notice about the teleconference, stripped of key details and published in February.

Under a section titled “sober understanding of the situation,” the memo said that “clustered cases suggest that human-to-human transmission is possible.” It singled out the case in Thailand, saying that the situation had “changed significantly” because of the possible spread of the virus abroad.

“With the coming of the Spring Festival, many people will be traveling, and the risk of transmission and spread is high,” the memo continued. “All localities must prepare for and respond to a pandemic.”

In the memo, Ma demanded officials unite around Xi and made clear that political considerations and social stability were key priorities during the long lead-up to China’s two biggest political meetings of the year in March. While the documents do not spell out why Chinese leaders waited six days to make their concerns public, the meetings may be one reason.

“The imperatives for social stability, for not rocking the boat before these important Party congresses is pretty strong,” says Daniel Mattingly, a scholar of Chinese politics at Yale. “My guess is, they wanted to let it play out a little more and see what happened.”

In response to the teleconference, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention in Beijing initiated the highest-level emergency response internally, level one, on Jan. 15. It assigned top CDC leaders to 14 working groups tasked with getting funds, training health workers, collecting data, doing field investigations and supervising laboratories, an internal CDC notice shows.

The National Health Commission also distributed a 63-page set of instructions to provincial health officials, obtained by the AP. The instructions ordered health officials nationwide to identify suspected cases, hospitals to open fever clinics, and doctors and nurses to don protective gear. They were marked “internal” — “not to be spread on the internet,” “not to be publicly disclosed.”

In public, however, officials continued to downplay the threat, pointing to the 41 cases public at the time.

“We have reached the latest understanding that the risk of sustained human-to-human transmission is low,” Li Qun, the head of the China CDC’s emergency center, told Chinese state television on Jan. 15. That was the same day Li was appointed leader of a group preparing emergency plans for the level one response, a CDC notice shows.

On Jan. 20, President Xi issued his first public comments on the virus, saying the outbreak “must be taken seriously” and every possible measure pursued. A leading Chinese epidemiologist, Zhong Nanshan, announced for the first time that the virus was transmissible from person to person on national television.

If the public had been warned a week earlier to take actions such as social distancing, mask wearing and travel restrictions, cases could have been cut by up to two-thirds, one paper later found. An earlier warning could have saved lives, said Zhang, the doctor in Los Angeles.

However, other health experts said the government took decisive action in private given the information available to them.

“They may not have said the right thing, but they were doing the right thing,” said Ray Yip, the retired founding head of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control’s office in China. “On the 20th, they sounded the alarm for the whole country, which is not an unreasonable delay.”

If health officials raise the alarm prematurely, it can damage their credibility — “like crying wolf” —and cripple their ability to mobilize the public, said Benjamin Cowling, an epidemiologist at the University of Hong Kong.

The delay may support accusations by President Donald Trump that the Chinese government’s secrecy held back the world’s response to the virus. However, even the public announcement on Jan. 20 left the U.S. nearly two months to prepare for the pandemic.

During those months, Trump ignored the warnings of his own staff and dismissed the disease as nothing to worry about, while the government failed to bolster medical supplies and deployed flawed testing kits. Leaders across the world turned a blind eye to the outbreak, with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson calling for a strategy of “herd immunity” — before falling ill himself. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro sneered at what he called “a little cold.”

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The early story of the pandemic in China shows missed opportunities at every step, the documents and AP interviews reveal. Under Xi, China’s most authoritarian leader in decades, increasing political repression has made officials more hesitant to report cases without a clear green light from the top.

“It really increased the stakes for officials, which made them reluctant to step out of line,” said Mattingly, the Yale professor. “It made it harder for people at the local level to report bad information.”

Doctors and nurses in Wuhan told Chinese media there were plenty of signs that the coronavirus could be transmitted between people as early as late December. Patients who had never been to the suspected source of the virus, the Huanan Seafood Market, were infected. Medical workers started falling ill.

But officials obstructed medical staff who tried to report such cases. They set tight criteria for confirming cases, where patients not only had to test positive, but samples had to be sent to Beijing and sequenced. They required staff to report to supervisors before sending information higher, Chinese media reports show. And they punished doctors for warning about the disease.

As a result, no new cases were reported for almost two weeks from Jan. 5, even as officials gathered in Wuhan for Hubei province’s two biggest political meetings of the year, internal China CDC bulletins confirm.

During this period, teams of experts dispatched to Wuhan by Beijing said they failed to find clear signs of danger and human-to-human transmission.

“China has many years of disease control, there’s absolutely no chance that this will spread widely because of Spring Festival travel,” the head of the first expert team, Xu Jianguo, told Takungpao, a Hong Kong paper, on Jan. 6. He added there was “no evidence of human-to-human transmission” and that the threat from the virus was low.

The second expert team, dispatched on Jan. 8, similarly failed to unearth any clear signs of human-to-human transmission. Yet during their stay, more than half a dozen doctors and nurses had already fallen ill with the virus, a retrospective China CDC study published in the New England Journal of Medicine would later show.

The teams looked for patients with severe pneumonia, missing those with milder symptoms. They also narrowed the search to those who had visited the seafood market — which was in retrospect a mistake, said Cowling, the Hong Kong epidemiologist, who flew to Beijing to review the cases in late January.

In the weeks after the severity of the epidemic became clear, some experts accused Wuhan officials of intentionally hiding cases.

“I always suspected it was human-to-human transmissible,” said Wang Guangfa, the leader of the second expert team, in a Mar. 15 post on Weibo, the Chinese social media platform. He fell ill with the virus soon after returning to Beijing on Jan. 16.

Wuhan’s then-mayor, Zhou Xianwang, blamed national regulations for the secrecy.

“As a local government official, I could disclose information only after being authorized,” Zhou told state media in late January. “A lot of people didn’t understand this.”

As a result, top Chinese officials appear to have been left in the dark.

“The CDC acted sluggishly, assuming all was fine,” said a state health expert, who declined to be named out of fear of retribution. “If we started to do something a week or two earlier, things could have been so much different.”

It wasn’t just Wuhan. In Shenzhen in southern China, hundreds of miles away, a team led by microbiologist Yuen Kwok-yung used their own test kits to confirm that six members of a family of seven had the virus on Jan. 12. In an interview with Caixin, a respected Chinese finance magazine, Yuen said he informed CDC branches “of all levels,” including Beijing. But internal CDC numbers did not reflect Yuen’s report, the bulletins show.

When the Thai case was reported, health authorities finally drew up an internal plan to systematically identify, isolate, test, and treat all cases of the new coronavirus nationwide.

Wuhan’s case count began to climb immediately — four on Jan. 17, then 17 the next day and 136 the day after. Across the country, dozens of cases began to surface, in some cases among patients who were infected earlier but had not yet been tested. In Zhejiang, for example, a man hospitalized on Jan. 4 was only isolated on Jan. 17 and confirmed positive on Jan. 21. Shenzhen, where Yuen had earlier found six people who tested positive, finally recorded its first confirmed case on Jan. 19.

The Wuhan Union Hospital, one of the city’s best, held an emergency meeting on Jan. 18, instructing staff to adopt stringent isolation — still before Xi’s public warning. A health expert told AP that on Jan. 19, she toured a hospital built after the SARS outbreak, where medical workers had furiously prepared an entire building with hundreds of beds for pneumonia patients.

“Everybody in the country in the infectious disease field knew something was going on,” she said, declining to be named to avoid disrupting sensitive government consultations. “They were anticipating it.”