关注丰县:在歌舞升平的春节,记住一个女性的受难

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2022年2月1日,有女权社群的伙伴举办了“徐州生育八孩女子”相关事件的在线讨论会。尽管是大年初一,还是有50多人同时在线参与。而截止目前,相关话题已经在微博上获得近三千万阅读量。

为什么大家会对这一事件保持如此长久、热切的关注?我们希望自己的关注可以带来怎样的改变?

借用一位参与者的发言,我们聚集在一起,是为了“把一个女性的受难的日子过成自己的纪念日”。记住在2022年春节的时候,有位女性经历了什么。即使在一个星期、一个月、一年之后,也不要忘记她的存在,持续地做自己能做的事情,在公共空间发出属于女性的声音。这是我们在女权社群中能够为彼此做的非常重要的一件事情,也是作为关心社会的公民所应尽的义务。

(以下为讨论会上的部分发言,由回声经授权整理发布)

0、事件背景

2022年1月,网传“徐州丰县生育八孩母亲”的视频引起热议。视频中该女子患有精神障碍,身穿单衣被铁链锁在家中,生活环境恶劣。女子的“丈夫”和孩子也在视频中出现。网友质疑存在拐卖和虐待等违法行为。

事件发酵后,丰县县委在1月28日发布情况说明,称当事女子杨某侠已与视频中的男子董某民“领证结婚”,“不存在拐卖行为”,被锁住是因为患有精神疾病“经常无故殴打孩子和老人”,表示“已对其进行救治,并对其家庭开展进一步救助,确保过上温暖的春节。

1月30日,丰县调查组再次发布调查通报,称杨某侠是在1998年流浪时被现在的家庭收留,至今未查找到身份信息,名字也是由董某民所取,目前杨某侠已在医院接受治疗。并称将“对相关情况深入调查” “涉嫌犯罪的将依法处理。

通报全文:关于网民反映“生育八孩女子”情况的调查通报。

1、通告发布后,仍要追问政府责任

丰县的两份通报,给公众的信息都不够明确,更像是为了平息舆论发布的。我们看完通告后还是不知道里面说的“失职、渎职人员”具体是谁、属于哪个部门,“依法依规处理”具体指什么,也不知道当事女性杨某侠当下具体状况如何,她和她孩子的未来有没有人负责、将由哪个部门来负责。

根据通报,杨某侠流浪被“收留”的时间是1998年,当时民政和公安部门有对于流浪人员的收容遣送责任,2003年,《城市流浪乞讨人员收容遣送办法》被废止,国务院又发布了《城市生活无着的流浪乞讨人员救助管理办法》[1], 明确了民政部门的救助和监管职责。

因此我们需要追问民政和公安部门的责任:为什么民政部门会让一位没有身份信息、不完全具备民事行为能力、名字都是由别人来取的女性和“捡”到她的人结婚?为什么认为这样的“收留”行为是合法的?如果证明不存在拐卖,是否 存在强奸、囚禁等行为?政府通报中也提到计生部门的举措,但显然计生部门也未对杨某侠处境有进一步关注。

这个事件中也能看出官方的认知和大众的认知存在断层。事情刚被曝光的时候,网民就有很多的讨论,但官方没有第一时间介入。后来更多的人开始关注其中可能存在的拐卖、虐待、 性侵,包括精神病患者是否可以结婚生育等等 问题,官方才发布迟到且前后矛盾的通报。似乎官方对于自己的失职,包括其可能引起的一系列反应没有任何预判,觉得强调“已领证结婚”“没有拐卖”就完成了对公众的交代。其中也体现相关单位对妇女人权的无知和漠视。

其他涉及的相关部门包括妇联。妇联因为没有执法权、行政权和约束力,在政府系统中是比较“无力”的组织。但我们仍然可以要求它有所作为,因为它毕竟是体制内的部门,拥有一定资源,且相对于其他部门是妇女权益的专家。 妇联的人员自上而下在系统的每一个级别都有席位,例如在政府资源的分配难以到达村一级的情况下,村一级的妇女主任应该及时发现问题,并和妇联对话寻求支持。我们需要通过关注和问责,推动这个系统能真正有效地运转起来。

2、“帮扶”“救助”下,被牺牲的女性个体

通报中提到,有关部门自2014年起为董某民家庭落实低保和医保,每年发放补助金,另有“社会爱心人士”多次捐款捐物。但这些救助和帮扶并没有改善杨某侠的处境,她依然穿着单薄的衣服,被铁链锁在冢里。网传的视频里,董某民穿的一件羽绒服被网友发现是女款,很可能原本就是别人捐给杨某侠的,但最后这件衣服没有送到她手上。

男性“家主”掌握救助资源,改善女性处境的 “善款”没有用于女性,这在扶贫、救助工作中是常见的问题。一方面是相关组织、机构应该看到家庭中存在的权力关系,关注救助金和物资的实际分配和使用。另一方面,对于参与捐助的个人或民间机构来说,要深度介入一个家庭,改变其中的家庭结构,乃至对可能存在的违法犯罪行为采取干预措施,很多时候可能没有相应的权力。这些是政府应尽的职责。是公职人员的默许和纵容,导致当事女性始终没能脱离悲惨的境遇。

面对由政府主导的、以家庭为单位的帮扶行动,我们还需要提出一个问题:这些行动的目的是为了保障家庭中每个个体的权益,还是仅仅为了维持稳定?如果是后者,就解释了为什么女性在家庭中受到剥削、压迫的情形非但没有被阻止,反而受到默许和包庇,因为正是女性的受害维系了家庭的稳定。我们需要指出这一点,并把被“家庭”这一概念所遮蔽的女性权利问题拉回到公共讨论之中。

3、媒体缺席:真相缺失和舆论混战

和几天前相比,事件在网络上的热度正在渐渐消退。除了官方安抚性通告的影响,也因为缺乏媒体的调查报道,以及各平台采取的删帖等舆论封锁行为。媒体的缺席导致网络讨论很容易发散,难以产生深度、持续的讨论,也带来 社交媒体上大量猜测和爆料的传播,如有自称当地人的网友称当事女性实为被拐卖,后遭受性侵和监禁才导致精神失常。但大部分信息难以获得进一步证实。

事件发酵后,最早发布相关视频的博主删掉了自己发的内容,理由是“希望大家关心这个家庭,但不希望孩子的父亲被抓。”也有很多反对追责的声音表示:“爸爸被抓了,妈妈有精神问题,孩子怎么办。”“不能让孩子在没有爸爸妈妈的情况下过年。”

在既往的其他女性以婚姻的名义遭受拐卖、家暴或囚禁的事件里,也存在类似的舆论现象。 甚至媒体也可能扮演站在“家庭和睦”的角度引导舆论的角色,如呈现精神病女性囚禁在家的事件时,将作为施暴者的丈夫塑造为无奈又憨 厚老实的形象,或将为逃离暴力离家出走的女性塑造为抛弃孩子的狠心母亲。媒体缺乏专业性的呈现和未能履行监督责任,代表了另一种形式的缺席。

把照顾孩子的希望全部寄于父母,以至于在存在明显的暴力和犯罪行为的情形下,也要以孩子的名义维系家庭完整,背后体现的是公众并不明确或并不相信相关责任方会承担“托底”的照护和安置责任。但还是要看到相关部门的责任,并督促其履职,而不是以婚姻作为社会 障体系缺失、有关部门渎职的遮羞布。

4、女性恐惧的背后,是对安全的普遍焦虑

很多女性看到新闻后感受到的是一种“击破底线式的恐惧”。因为它呈现的画面令人震惊,且打破了女性可以通过自强逃离暴力、独善其身的幻想。不仅仅是唤起大家对拐卖妇女、家暴等问题的关注,这件事上也投射了女性对于公共安全的恐惧:不管我们生活在哪里、有着怎样的社会身份,是否都可能遭遇拐卖然后落到此等境地,只因为我们是女性?因此很多人对官方通报也抱有强烈的不信任,更愿意相信这是 一个“女性被拐卖轮奸后被逼疯”的故事。

类似“农村精神障碍妇女被锁家中”的事件不是第一次被曝光,但丰县事件获得了前所未有的大范围关注,背后是网络上公众尤其是女性的性别意识提升,以及对女性权益及女性安全的公共讨论的增强。但另一方面,如果只有“无差别的恐惧”才能引起广泛讨论,或许也侧面说明大众对于家暴、性暴力等具体的性别暴力议题关注度还有待提升。

我们可以对自己的恐惧有更多的确认。既看到背后女性普遍的处境,也看到具体的当事女性面对的问题一一如女性被拐卖、囚禁导致精神失常,和精障女性以接受家庭照顾的名义被合法囚禁,是不同层面的女性权利问题,分别需 要追问女性的公共安全保障和对精障女性的公共救济,讨论拐卖问题时也需要看到精障女性更容易成为被贩卖的对象[2] ;再如着到农村 较贫困和缺乏支持系统地区女性面临的更多困境。在此基础上进行有针对性的表达和关注。

我们也不能止步于恐惧,而需要更多地思考作为个人可以有哪些具体的行动。

5、精障女性权益:要存活也要有尊严

官方通报和部分网络舆论都体现了对患有精神障碍、尤其是智力障碍的女性的一种简单粗暴的“安置”思路,即只要获得最基本的收容,没有被饿死,即使遭受了显而易见的囚禁和暴力,也是可以被忽视的。这种思路不仅用于安置被以娶妻的名义“收留”的精障女性,也经常出现在遭拐卖后精神失常的女性的安置问题上,使她们因为无法获得长期照顾,不得不留在施暴者和犯罪者身边。

同时这也和精神病患者,尤其是女性的患者在中国的整体处境相关。对于精神病人的公共救济普遍缺失,家庭能为精障女性打算的最好出路往往是结婚生子,寄望于伴侣和孩子的照顾,而不管她有没有自主选择是否婚育的能力。城市地区尚且如此,在资源较匮乏的地区,遭受遗弃、贩卖、虐待,被当作生育工具,可能是精障女性普遍的处境。

一个残酷的现实是,当地部门很可能会认为男性和智力障碍的女性结婚是“一箭双雕”:既解决了流浪人口的问题,也解决了光棍的问题。 因此我们的发声也有一个重要的作用,就是让它们意识到这不是维稳和解决民生问题的“捷 径”,公众对这种默许和包庇违法犯罪的行为是不会接受的。

这个话题继续延伸,我们也可以看到精障人士的性同意问题还未获得充分关注。参考台湾关于性侵的立法讨论,其中提出:关于如何判断一个人是否具有表达性同意的能力,不能仅以年龄和智力水平来划分,因为任何年龄段的人都可能缺乏性知识和性同意知识。应该引入一条新的标准,即对这些知识的了解程度,以此来做具体的判断。由此可见,“难以判断本人意愿”或“缺乏行为能力”不应成为忽视精障女性权益和代为决定的借口。

国务院灾害调查组|郑州因洪灾死亡失踪380人,其中瞒报139人

中国国务院灾害调查组发布了《河南郑州”7·20″特大暴雨灾害调查报告》,报告认定截至去年9月30日,郑州市因灾死亡失踪380人,其中在不同阶段瞒报139人。

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原标题:《应急管理部|河南郑州“7·20”特大暴雨灾害调查报告公布》

经调查认定,河南郑州“7·20”特大暴雨灾害是一场因极端暴雨导致严重城市内涝、河流洪水、山洪滑坡等多灾并发,造成重大人员伤亡和财产损失的特别重大自然灾害;郑州市委市政府及有关区县(市)、部门和单位风险意识不强,对这场特大灾害认识准备不足、防范组织不力、应急处置不当,存在失职渎职行为。总体是“天灾”,具体有“人祸”,特别是发生了地铁、隧道等本不应该发生的伤亡事件。郑州市及有关区县(市)党委、政府主要负责人对此负有领导责任,其他有关负责人和相关部门、单位有关负责人负有领导责任或直接责任。

报告显示,截至9月30日,郑州市因灾死亡失踪380人,其中在不同阶段瞒报139人:郑州市本级瞒报75人、县级瞒报49人、乡镇(街道)瞒报15人。一是未按规定统计上报。按照突发事件应对法和自然灾害救助条例、防汛条例等有关规定,灾情稳定前应当每日逐级上报自然灾害造成的人员伤亡等情况,有关单位和个人不得虚报、瞒报、伪造、篡改。7月25日至28日,郑州市连续4天未通过报灾系统上报因灾死亡失踪人数,截至7月29日仅上报97人。直到中央领导同志多次要求,省委办公厅、省政府办公厅7月29日、8月1日两次发出紧急通知后才统计上报,7月30日上报322人、8月1日上报339人。

二是刻意阻碍上报因灾死亡失踪人员信息。郑州市对因灾死亡失踪人数统计上报态度消极,不仅没有主动部署排查、要求及时上报,反而违规要求先核实人员身份等情况再上报,以多种借口阻碍信息报送工作。三是对已经掌握的信息隐瞒不报。7月25日至29日郑州市县两级共瞒报116人;8月18日至19日中央领导同志考察河南期间,郑州市已掌握新增因灾死亡12人,但仍不如实报告;8月20日调查组进驻后,因灾死亡失踪人数比8月2日公布数增加41人,其中23人属于瞒报。

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以下为中国数字时代编辑摘自网民评论:

西北番茄君:恶意瞒报。

疯疯瀚的光:这不是简简单单是数字,而是一条条鲜活的生命,背后更是一个个支离破碎的家庭和无数渴望的眼神!

雨文牙隹广土:请当地的人去问候当初洗地的蛆头们,这么多人命。

我是那少年:夏有善意瞒报,冬有恶意返乡。

无罪辩护小律师:这才是最大的恶意。

爪向东:当时我妈问我地铁人都满了,报的数字会不会是虚假的。我还给她说,不可能,不至于瞒报,谁家里有人丧命,却没有出现在名单里肯定会闹。现在看来不在其中过于相信当地政府了。

紫花不可:这是要西安郑州轮番上热搜么?

happy沐云:瞒报可以,质疑不行。

追风筝少年sj:当时可是被好多人说50万。

徘徊也疯狂:谨防拜登打瞒报牌,严防拜登打失联牌。

为君真难:草菅人命,狗胆包天。

苏雨农:这个问题太严重了。还记得地铁站前的鲜花吗?

安安冰可乐:真是无语!因为说政府有责任,被好些杠精攻击,我家人就在郑州,巴不得那些失职部门被追责做反思!以后才能更好!!!!身边人也是这样,结果互联网又是另一种氛围!

废材殿下:当时地铁事故死了那么多人,还有人在洗说地方政府没责任,可笑。

MeMeTaiWan:老胡与一众粉蛆:郑州水灾不可能瞒报。因果律武器来了,看来老胡也是CIA的人。

leilei_uu:不是很懂中共的操作,鄭州當時不是對死亡人數蓋棺定論了嗎,怎麼又開棺驗屍?

yf16237:地方要自保必定瞞報,領導失勢的時候就翻案,新人上場,如此反覆,一切都是按當時政治環境的需要。

libertythe1st:他加上139个我也不信,塔西佗陷阱了属于是。

big_ear_cat:郑州的死亡数字经过快半年的调查才出来,但是还是没有说瞒报的地方具体在哪里。

在墙内,敢讲真话的人永远被打压

12月14日,上海震旦职业学院一宋姓女教师在课堂上就“南京大屠杀死亡人数”提出缺乏史料支撑的质疑遭到学生举报。随即中国官方媒体也对其展开围剿,如人民日报指责“枉为人师,忘却苦难”,共青团中央批评“铁证如山,不容置疑”,许多群情激愤的爱国网民斥责宋老师为“汉奸”、“卖国贼”。12月16日,校方以造成严重社会不良影响为由火速将宋老师开除。

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12月17日,上海震旦职业学院宋老师被举报视频的完整版流出,有网民发现,之前的举报视频经过了“掐头去尾”、“移花接木”,刻意截取了对举报者有利的片段,并没有还原宋老师的讲话原意,存在恶意举报的嫌疑。同时,数篇谈论“恶意举报”的文章在墙内遭到删除,无力改变官方与民间的总定调。

12月20日,有消息传出,湖南湘西永顺县的一名女教师李田田因在微博声援被开除的宋老师,遭到当地教育局和派出所的警告、威胁,甚至上门将李田田强行带往医院接受“精神病治疗”。目前,许多网民在为李田田的人身自由发起呼吁。

相关阅读:【重温】乡村教师李田田:一群正被毁掉的乡村孩子

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当中国数字时代将“上海震旦职业学院宋老师被举报视频完整版”上传至YouTube之后,几天内已有大量网民发表评论,批评与同情者皆有,目前评论数达到528条:

摘自YouTube评论区网民评论:

_ Voon:你这话私底下说,你可以去辩论。但你是一个老师,20w人和30w人的差别大吗?每个人背后都是一个家庭,你更愿意去相信一个死亡人数下限?

缉英犬灭港独:南京遇难者数字是经过远东国际法厅审判的,不容置疑!

Suji Zhu:这个老师看起来很理性,但是个人觉得包藏祸心。中国当时根本就不是一个现代化国家,也很少有现代化的公民,其实在西方看来就是一部分上层精英加上大批的未开化人而已,文盲比率极高。当时的户籍制度也没法统计死了多少人,即便如此国民党把很多非常不严谨的资料都带到了台湾,后来的共产党更加难以说清楚死了多少人,但是当时的估计是30万应该是问题不大的。

Ramao He:她是怎么混进教室队伍的,自己就没头脑,你有没有查证过30万怎么来的,在讲台上大放厥词,到底是谁不严谨?这人需要再教育!

Jen Jen:为什么会有南京大屠杀!人数的精确性重要吗!记住日本的侵华战争才能不会让历史重演!

Grace Liang:老师大部分都不是错的,但是说没有证据就不对了。好多记录片,照片,幸存者,外国人口述目睹日记等。其实原来南京有多少人,后来剩下多少人,应该也有个大概估计数字。没有数字证明不是30万,那也没有证据说不是30万。

Jay Liu:只能说她的学生对新闻的嗅觉比她灵敏。

wang chi:这老师被开除不冤,不是立场问题,是知识水平问题。

Monica Hu:这个老师的意思是,政府应该承担起身份统计为先人正名的责任吧,同时列举犹太人类似的遭遇进行对比。第一句不就是说了日军的反人类行为。搞不懂为什么极端的上纲上线,情绪化胡乱解读别人的意思。

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Alex Zhang:这个老师的发言总体并没有什么问题,我不知道为什么引起轰动?南京大屠杀这个事确实不严谨,不要误会,南京大屠杀肯定是存在的,多方证据已经支持,确实存在,哪怕只死了一个人,我们都得要日本负责,何况30万人,但这种事得讲究实事求是,遇难人数是多少人就是多少人,不是你随便说一个数字就行,你不要说没有条件整理什么的,不要提没用的,没有对比就没伤害,以色列从建国到80年代,打了5次中东战争,几次差点亡国,人家的国际形势比你严峻的多,就这种条件下,都能整理出300万人的遇难名单,你是比犹太人少个脑袋还是咋的?我不会觉得我们比犹太人差,这种事就是个态度问题,不是能力的事。所以视频里这女教师说犹太人整理了所有遇难者的名字,这点也是不对的,公认的遇难数字是600多万犹太人,以色列整理出了有名有姓的300多万人,存放在博物馆里,如果我们也有个相对详细的遇难者名单,我们还会这样底气不足吗?

GF88:学术探讨的课堂,新闻专业的课程,这种都能够被举报…… 老师又没有上公开课 又没有公开发表这种言论,在和学生研究启发学生去做研究,这种都能够被追责?那还要什么大学,高中毕业就入党得了。

K D:揭发老师,这种文化大革命中的恶习,死灰复燃了。厉害了。

kary sun:“举报上去拿50万”有这种举报思想的人,难道不是更可怕?底下那些揪出老师有不当错误的那些留言,不觉得这举报者更可怕吗?其心可诛。

Thomas Yang:曲解人家老师的原意,老师说死的到底是谁,有没有名有没有姓,数据支持在哪里?哪里有错呢?

wero zeir:确实是在讨论学术问题,可是谈论到了很敏感的话题,没办法,这种话题突然有质疑声,肯定是要下台的。

Lesley White:这老师讲的不是没道理,这就算严重教学事故了真是惨绝人寰。

Alex6。 布因为有繁华 mAQnhha fei:现代版的红小兵,断章取义来盖观定论,学习的年龄却对屠杀数据来源有着”很成熟的而且不能讨论的”政治判断,宋庚一老师的开除不是王道下的民主,是霸道的民粹!

MeiDong He:殺幾千萬中國人的那位反人類的鼻祖怎麼還供奉在紀念堂里。不但從不紀念死掉的幾千萬人,還裝作從未發生過。強烈的反差,都是反人類的罪行。所謂落後就要挨打就是意識形態長期洗腦之下的極其扭曲的與現代文明格格不入的認知,社會公民意識?現在在中國大陸誰是公民,誰又有公民意識。被自己人暴揍自己人殺了幾千萬自己人又算甚麼,不算挨打,有紀念過嗎,有提過哪怕一次嗎。講侵略,誰都比不上俄國,不管你強不強,俄國照侵略你,殺了多少中國人,佔領了多少土地,敢讓你知道那個數字嗎。民族劣根性,共慘指哪恨哪,共慘不敢讓你知道的你連問都不敢問,如此愚民社會,任何政黨都永遠不會想放棄統治,因為人民蠢得無可救藥。

Lain Cheung:这事一出已经可以预想到若干年后中国的教育、科技、人才方面又得全靠去偷别人的技术了……毕竟他们已经是一滩死水,还期待他们能有什么大的进步呢!

瑞 willie:一個老師一生教學,只要其中一段講話讓共產黨不滿意這個老師就毀了,太可怕的中國政府了!最可怕的是還有中國人叫好,這是什麼國家阿。

Joenix L:很多人都在说:数字不重要,重要的是事实。我说你们都被仇恨蒙蔽了眼睛!我换一种思路:如果说,现在基本事实已经认定,然后需要商定赔偿金额,你们还觉得数字不重要么?这波节奏,还有多少人思路清醒?数字相当重要!

Arthur Menex:在墙内,敢讲真话的人永远被打压,墙内人只关心她说得第一句,却永远不会思考后面的话,然而事实是,后面的话才是我们今天最应该关注的。

白色兔兔:請問這裡是文革2.0的登入畫面嗎?

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realcaixia:请大家帮忙转发,仅仅只是说几句话,李田田老师就遭此劫难!谁人无母亲?谁人不为人子?把身为孕妇的李田田老师强制关进精神病院,她的孩子还没出生就被极权专政迫害摧残,这样的事令人发指!

caolaoshi89:在当地人眼中,李田田肯定是神经病无疑,并且是绝大多数人的看法。所以,一个正义人士,在如今当下这种环境中,要么屈服而被同化,与他们一起说谎做恶,要么被当成神经病关进疯人院,正义在这里上无片瓦,下无立锥之地,没有生存的丁点之地。

cqichu:为什么近些年,站在前面的都是女流之辈啊。方方、梁燕萍、张抗抗、张展、李田田……想起卢森堡的一句话:如果街上有最后一个革命者,这个人一定是女性。

xltnc:气愤的说不出话来,因为言论的原因可以被嫖娼,被强制精神病,这么一个善良普通的女老师,她没有彭帅的知名度,没有名人来保护她与她视频通话,就可以不投鼠忌器,遭受到这样的折磨,看的心里太难受了

fangshimin:新时代文字狱:听完湘西教师李田田的未婚夫王先生(法医专业,李有4个月身孕,两人正准备领证)接受采访的电话录音,总结如下:王先被警察带走问话、暗示他强奸精神病人,期间当地教育局在李的姑父(教育局官员)参与下把李送去精神病院,只允许李的母亲去探望。王和李的母亲都不认为李的精神有问题。

PLA94fool:中国当然有言论自由,只不过是一次性而已。

【网络民议】被关在笼子久了,看见鸟能飞都觉得是件令人震惊的事

法国驻华大使馆于世界人权日(12月10日)当天,在微博发布了一篇声明,题目为《欧洲联盟驻华代表团关于国际人权日的声明》。全文如下:

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欧洲联盟驻华代表团关于国际人权日的声明
北京, 10/12/2021

欧洲联盟以人权的普世性、相互依存性和不可剥夺性为指导,人权是所有人类、所有文化无论何时何地都固有的权利。正如《世界人权宣言》所载的,思想、良心、宗教的自由权,言论自由、和平集会自由和结社自由权,都是不可剥夺和普世的权利。无论在世界何处或者什么文化中,这些权利是不可分割的。

近几年,中国在减贫、改善医疗、教育等其他为其公民的社会改善方面做出了显著努力。不过,与此同时,公民和政治权利并未受到保障,而且在某些案例中这些权利受到有意的、系统性侵犯。

根据估计,在中国的死刑判决和处决数量远远超过所有其他国家的总和,并且也适用于非暴力犯罪案件。欧盟呼吁中国在适用和判处死刑方面提高透明度,并进一步减少刑事犯罪的死刑罪名。欧盟重申死刑是一种无效的、不必要的和不可撤销的惩罚,并敦促中国暂停执行死刑和最终废除这种不人道的做法。欧盟还注意到有告称在中国持续出现摘取器官行为,而往往发生在属于种族、语言或宗教少数群体的被拘留者和其他处于弱势地位的人身上。强制性摘取器官是犯罪、不人道和不道德的做法,必须予以制止。

欧盟继续对新疆维吾尔自治区人权状况表示严重关切,尤其对大规模的任意拘留、广泛监控和宗教或信仰自由的系统性限制,以及对基于证据的报告所指出有针对维吾尔族和其他少数民族的强迫劳动、强制计划生育以及性暴力和基于性别的暴力。欧盟再次呼吁中国履行其国家法律和国际法规定的义务,尊重和保护属于中国所有民族和宗教群体人的权利,包括在新疆、西藏和内蒙古。欧盟鼓励联合国人权委员会高级专员处理新疆人权情况,包括对情况进行独立、客观、公正和透明的评估。欧盟还继续呼吁独立和国际专家、外国记者和外交官能够有意的、不受限制的和不受监督的访问新疆、西藏和中国其他地方。

欧盟对人权捍卫者、律师和知识分子遭受任意拘留、不公平的审判和不公正的判决,表示严重关切。特别是:常玮平、陈建芳、陈云飞、程渊、丁家喜、高智晟、郭泉、黄琦、李翘楚、李昱函、刘飞跃、秦永敏、覃永沛、塔西甫拉提・特依拜(Tiyip Tashpolat)、萨哈罗夫奖获得者伊力哈木·土赫提(Ilham Tohti)、王怡牧师、王藏、吴淦、吴葛健雄、许志永、余文生以及欧盟公民桂敏海等许多其他被不公正地定罪、被任意拘留或被强迫失踪的人。我们要求立即、无条件释放上述人员以及其他良心犯。

欧盟敦促中国确保充分尊重法治、确保正当程序以及公正审判保障,并彻底调查任意拘留、酷刑、不人道或有辱人格待遇或处罚以及对人权捍卫者及其家属的骚扰等被报告的案例。被拘留者理应享有接触自己选择的律师、获得医疗援助和联系家属的权利。中国应该停止在指定地点进行监视居住(RSDL)的做法,该做法已被联合国特别程序谴责。中国也应该停止以获取强迫和公开的口供为目的,对被拘留者使用酷刑、不人道或有辱人格的待遇或处罚。

在中国,通过对记者和媒体工作者进行审查、恐吓和监视的方式,言论自由和获取信息的自由越来越严重地被压制。中国记者或公民因勇敢、真实地报道新冠肺炎疫情初期而失踪、被拘留或被骚扰的案例尤其值得关注。欧盟希望张展、黄雪琴(Sophia)、方斌等其他人士立即被释放。因为他们在本职工作中没有 “讲好中国故事”而如实进行报道,驻华外国记者和媒体工作者继续面临骚扰、恐吓、任意拘留、签证限制、监视等问题。欧洲联盟及其成员国强调言论自由和媒体自由对善政的关键作用。

欧盟坚信,性别平等、妇女权利和LGBTI人士的权利应该在全球范围内得到充分尊重和保护。在中国,虽然在性别平等方面取得了进展,但是基于性别的暴力仍然广泛存在。#MeToo行动被镇压,女性活动人士成为侵犯人权和虐待行为的受害者。欧盟呼吁中国坚守其消除性暴力和基于性别暴力的承诺。近期,网球选手彭帅的案例引起了国际社会(包括欧盟成员国在内)对中国妇女权利的关注。欧盟继续敦促中国当局对她的性侵犯指控进行全面、公正和透明的调查。

在香港特别行政区,《国家安全法》破坏中国曾承诺至少尊重到2047年的基本权利和自由。

人权、民主和法治是我们社会和共同认同的基石。虽然双方“存异”,欧盟及其成员国随时准备在中欧人权对话的框架下以及多边论坛上与中国接触,以促进按照国际人权义务尊重法治和人权。

此微博发出后,评论区迅速被大量“爱国人士”占领。他们使用了经典的官方宣传话术,指责法国自身也存在人权问题,因此无权评论中国。然而,该微博的转发区却是一种完全不一样的“画风”。网友纷纷感慨,这篇声明竟然没有使用任何缩写和暗语。如此直白的中文表达,在今天言论审查高度严格的中国互联网上,已经很久没见到了。

以下评论由中国数字时代编辑搜集自微博:

你绝对不得好死:现在的语言环境有多恐怖呢,就是我在互联网看到这些没有“加密”的大白话会目瞪口呆感到害怕。

愿言不获抱恨何如:好久没有见过这么多“见不到”的汉字连在一起了。

Neticlar:哇…没有缩写,没有暗语,没有谐音字,没有文字转图片倒过来再画线防吞。

西岸辣妈娜娜子:一些可不敢乱讲的名字。

辣椒炒肉信徒:被关在笼子久了,看见鸟能飞都觉得是件令人震惊的事。

清蒸琵琶精:明天炸号今天也要转,原来还可以这么说话。

_永远拒绝_:赛博租界……

-九重风华-:不说内容,中文互联网上像这样直白的整段表达是如此稀缺,以至于看到的瞬间都不敢相信它的存在,瞬间把我从这个娱乐至死的时代拉回到现实世界,可能这就是文字真正的力量…

我好想改个又萌又霸气的微博名啊:真是好久没见到这么多的自由的简体字了。

楚清霊:《如何自由地使用简体中文》

_Setitonfire:看评论,爱国是爱国,和爱同胞基本已经是不相干的两件事。

朔间1:别的先不说,我就怀念一下这种阅读的快乐…

mskmsk____:大象好大

眉眼如初_融莲猾:提到的每个人名,都令人愤怒和心碎。

为了月亮出门一趟:记住提到的每一个名字。

祀炉还香 LanatusMelody:内容先不提,字是真震撼。

千层皮球:我像是第一天认得中文。

不是直球是变化球:看得好想哭。

擅长钓鱼bot2:感谢法国大使馆,这是我玩微博以来,看见的最直白的一篇微博,原来这些问题可以用中文表达出来,可以在微博表达出来,但是令人讽刺的是欧美大使馆首先在简中实现了言论自由,所以我们是不配拥有表达的权力吗?

长通粉:愿我们所有人都能使用中文自由表达。

猫猫不吃蒲公英花:这么流畅的表达很久不见了,不需要谐音,不需图形。

二阶堂穷妹:平时只能在小蓝鸟上看到的人名居然出现在了wb…

三鲨史塔克:畅通的中文阅读,我特地点来原文看了看时间。

_不娇_:以为我打开的不是微博,点开评论区一看确实还在微博。

箱子是个猫砂盆:总有一天*我*会回到你身边。

古怪乌龙:自我阉割的太久,看到这篇竟说不出来话。

即兴404_:好像已经很久没有读过这种没有缩写规范表达的文字了。

普通用户469891:希望这些真正有良知的国民记者能被释放。我不知道张展是否能活到被释放的那天。

世卫与中共秘密协议曝光 “病毒溯源”惹质疑

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世卫与中共秘密协议曝光 “病毒溯源”惹质疑
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【新唐人北京时间2020年11月03日讯】中共病毒在全球肆虐近一年,令各国损失惨重。被指责勾结中共瞒疫的世界卫生组织(WHO),近日召集国际专家与中国专家网络会议,正式启动疫情溯源调查。但有美媒揭露,世卫高层和中共私下达成秘密协议,放弃在关键问题上的调查控制权。

自由亚洲电台2日报导说,世卫组织国际专家组与中国专家日前举行了中共病毒病毒溯源的首次视频交流会,标志着中外联合专家组正式启动对病毒的溯源调查。

调查组计划前往疫情的首个重灾区湖北武汉,但具体时间仍不确定。

世卫组织卫生紧急项目执行主任瑞安(Mike Ryan)10月30日称,这次网络会议是世卫组织在这个“充满了毒性的政治环境”中迈出的重要一步。

所谓的“毒性政治环境”显然是指全球疫情已经被高度政治化的现实。

中共官员在疫情爆发初期隐瞒了真相,使各国丧失了制定防疫措施的宝贵时间,最终导致病毒肆虐全球。但中共当局宣称,它们向国际社会通报了疫情信息。

自由亚洲电台的报导引述消息披露,中共如何控制了世卫组织对病毒源头的调查。该调查是获取内部文件以及对数十名外交官、科学家和公共卫生官员的采访得出的结论。调查中揭露,世卫组织为了获得进入中共开展调查的机会,对北京当局作出了一系列让步。

其中一些从未公开的内部文件说,中共近期批准了一份外部调查人员的名单。作为对中方的回报,世卫组织同意让中方科学家主持关键部分的调查工作,包括国内首批患者和武汉华南海鲜市场在疫情传播中扮演的角色。

文件还显示,世卫国际专家组将审查并“扩充,而不是重复”中方开展的研究。而世卫组织前法律顾问布尔奇(Gian Luca Burci)则称,世卫组织把获准进入中国列为优先事项,但如果对此事刨根问底,他们就会失去软实力。

时政评论人士横河分析说,上述信息充分表明,世卫组织在中国开展的病毒溯源工作就是一场“政治作秀”。意味着世卫组织的溯源调查就是在做一场公关,以此试图减少外界对它的指责,而这家机构对于这项调查没有任何兴趣。

世卫组织(WHO)总干事谭德塞和习近平在北京会面。

根据此前报导,中共病毒疫情去年12月底在武汉爆发,一直在为中共宣传的世卫组织,虽然在去年12月31日已经接获台湾方面的警告,但是直到1月21日,才称该病毒可以人传人。

1月30日,世卫组织宣布该病毒的扩散是“国际关注的突发公共卫生事件”;随后拖了一个半月后,直到3月11日将该疫情定为大流行病。对许多国家来说,WHO的宣布为时已晚。

《BBC》中文网早前在脸书上发布1段影片,盘点WHO总干事谭德塞与中共联合,频频谎报武汉疫情,直致酿成一场世纪大瘟疫。

影片显示,在中国疫情大爆发,湖北省多市被迫封城当天(1月23日),谭德塞公开夸赞中共分享疫情信息非常及时,及时采取相应措施,展现出相当高的透明度。

到1月31日疫情扩散至中国全境,各国急撤侨并发布旅游禁令之后,谭德塞称,世卫反对任何针对中国的旅游及贸易限制。

到2月11日和12日,疫情几乎扩散全球时,谭德塞又接连声称,中国以外的疫情传播可能‘冰山一角’,必须团结对抗病毒,确保疫情不会失控。并把这项病毒视为头号公敌。

2月15日,在德国慕尼黑安全会议上,谭德赛说,中共为世界防控疫情赢得了时间。一下子把中共从祸害世界的病毒发源地变成抗疫第一国。

2月21日,谭德塞说,“中国新增病例持续减少,趋势令人鼓舞。”而各国确诊数字不断攀升。

而在舆论质疑世卫是否该将疫情宣布为“全球大流行 (Pandmic)”时,谭德塞却说,“现在使用大流行一词不符合事实,肯定会引起恐慌。”

直到3月11日,面对全球不断攀升的感染病例及死亡人数,谭德塞终于改口承认,武汉肺炎“全球大流行”。

白宫抗疫小组协调人黛博拉·伯克斯(Deborah Birx)在一次简报会上则说,疫情爆发后,中共通报的数据让其他国家的专家以为这次疫情并不严重。

美联社此前获得知情人士提供的中共内部文件显示, 1月14日,中共卫健委主任马晓伟召开省级卫生官员的秘密电话会议,传达习近平等高层对疫情的指示,并称这次疫情 “严峻且复杂”,有可能发展成为“重大的公共卫生事件”。

在该秘密电话会议后,中共CDC于1月15日在内部启动最高级别的一级应急机制,启动了全国性的防疫计划,开展各项应对措施。但中共当时采取这些举动没有告知公众。

直到1月20日,习近平才针对疫情首次公开发表评论,流行病学专家钟南山才在中共官媒首次宣布该病毒可以在人与人之间传播。

1月28日,谭德塞飞往北京会见习近平,却大赞习“亲自指挥、亲自部署,展示出卓越的领导力”。在谭德塞的宣传下,中共从隐瞒疫情、传播病毒的元凶,变成了抗疫的英雄和模范。

美国参、众两院3月下旬提出一项类似决议,敦促谭德塞不要不切实际地表扬中共政府应对中共病毒的措施。

同时,多名国会议员呼吁谭德塞下台。而透过网路请愿平台要求谭德塞辞去WHO秘书长的连署,全球已经超过百万人支持。

中国共产党掩蓋病毒爆发的事实:時間表

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中國共產黨如何將COVID-19誤認為世界,並利用世界衛生組織作為宣傳手段

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自2019年末出現以來,中華人民共和國及其執政的中國共產黨(CCP)就已經就冠狀病毒對世界產生了欺騙。在這種情況下,共產主義受害者紀念基金會將時間表和事實與中國正在進行的活動進行了比較關于冠狀病毒起源,性質和傳播的虛假宣傳運動。本摘要還說明了世界衛生組織(WHO)如何促進和幫助使中國的虛假主張合法化。

中國欺騙的後果和世界衛生組織的信任現在正在全球範圍內蔓延。通常很難將責任歸屬於負責確保在任何大流行中確保公共衛生的政府和組織,但是冠狀病毒(COVID-19)大流行在本質上是不同的。不管是在中國境內還是境外,對信息的拒絕,徹頭徹尾的捏造以及對人類生命的無視,都令人震驚和無處不在,以致全世界數百萬人感染該病毒,不僅造成可預見的死亡人數,而且是完全可以避免的。

如果中國共產黨採取早期步驟警告世界而不是掩蓋其蔓延,並且如果世界衛生組織只是對中國的主張提出質疑或警告,那麼危害將大大減少。相反,中國的行動和世衛組織的無所作為引發了一場大流行,導致了全球經濟危機和越來越多的人命損失。

為了公正起見,為防止未來再流行,必須通過要求經濟賠償和其他與人權有關的製裁來追究中華人民共和國的責任。中國也應被禁止加入世界衛生組織,而美國納稅人每年也要資助世界衛生組織,因此必須立即進行調查和改革。必須警告媒體,報導中國和世界衛生組織關於這種流行病的說法時,不應進行任何審查或背景調查,以免誤導公眾。

據全球專家稱,共產主義政權已導致全球1億多人死亡。1 目前尚無法確定當前大流行的最終人類死亡人數,但必須包括那些因新型冠狀病毒而喪命和滅亡的人—中國共產黨的受害者及其蓄意無視人類生命和自己的生命國際法律義務。

中國的早期欺騙(11月至1月中旬)

世界首次於2019年12月中旬在中部得知一種神秘的肺炎樣病毒,當時一位海鮮市場的57歲商人報告感到不適並去了一家診所。2  2020年1月9日,該病毒被中華人民共和國當局確認為“新型冠狀病毒”(SARS-CoV-2)。

但是最近的報導表明,第一起病例是在2019年11月17日在中國武漢記錄的-中國仍然不承認這一事實。儘管現成的資料和迅速蔓延爆發,花了兩個多月的中國告訴世界的是,冠狀病毒正在人類之間傳播,它終於承認上月該政權20 3,4 中華人民共和國知道人-於12月下旬向人類傳播,但下令銷毀證據。5 這些信息對於預防全球大流行至關重要。

中國共產黨主席習近平在2月3日表示,他於1月初“提出了預防和控制新型冠狀病毒性肺炎的要求”,但有證據表明,到那時,中國已刻意阻止為製止這種疾病而傳播必要的知識。疾病蔓延。6 值得注意的是,中共採取了早期措施,使中國的科學和衛生界人士無法公開有關該疾病的信息。7 這些行動延遲了世界對新型疾病的理解和應對。

警告冠狀病毒世界的李文亮博士被迫進行自我批評,後來於2020年2月7日死於該病毒。

中華人民共和國同時阻止了美國和世界衛生組織的外部衛生專家獨立核實有關武漢市衛生狀況的數據。對這些行動的最簡單的解釋是,中國正在掩蓋一場重大疫情,這給共產黨領導層帶來了尷尬。中共長期以來一直在國際衛生事務上誤導國際社會,特別是以前爆發過非典和艾滋病。8

到一月中旬,中國官方媒體聲稱該病毒是可以控制的。9 還有其他行動表明中國已經知道其他情況了。從同月開始,中國發起了一場掠奪性全球運動,從北美和歐洲採購醫療用品和設備以緊急運送到中國,這表明該病毒的傳播速度快於中國當局的認識。10 特別注意了個人防護設備,例如呼吸口罩和手套,這意味著中華人民共和國知道冠狀病毒正在人與人之間傳播,儘管它拒絕公開承認這一事實。11

世衛組織還早日意識到人與人之間的傳播。台灣在12月31向該機構強調了這一關切。12 第二天,世衛組織向中國詢問更多信息,但在1月14日,世衛組織仍在報告:“中國當局進行的初步調查未發現明顯的證據表明, -人類傳播。13,14

世衛組織絲毫沒有批評中國拒絕讓其核實中國的數據或竊取全球醫療物資。相反,世衛組織迅速用誇誇其談的方式讚揚中國,甚至稱他們“對正在進行的調查和應對措施的質量感到放心”。15 世衛組織還重申了中華人民共和國的主張,即儘管醫生從患者身上感染了冠狀病毒,但沒有人與人之間傳播的證據。直到1月23日,即中國承認這一事實後的三天,世衛組織一直保持著關於未經證實或有限的人際傳播性質的立場。16

中國造成全球大流行(1月中旬至3月中旬)

到中國官員承認冠狀病毒在人與人之間傳播時(他們已經知道的事實),它已經在亞洲,歐洲和北美傳播。在此期間,據報告中國的感染人數也迅速增加。17 但是,由於中國繼續嚴厲打擊言論自由並阻止獨立醫學調查,中國的感染和死亡人數統計被嚴重低估了。這進一步使世界陷入一種虛假的安全感。

從1月下旬開始,中國的壓迫活動顯著增加。據網民說,它拘留並失踪了獨立的中國記者,驅逐了外國記者,並關閉了某些地區的互聯網。 同時為18個州檢查員提供了從互聯網上刪除更多內容的更多權限。19 中共竭盡全力隱藏不僅在武漢而且在中國各地發生的事情。

許多中國公民冒著生命危險暴露共產黨政權的謊言。在1月下旬和2月初,市民記者陳秋石和營業員方斌在武漢發布了數十幅YouTube視頻,記錄圖像:醫院外面的長隊,悲痛的家庭和行李袋。“在我面前是病毒。邱氏在2月6日失踪前一周在一個視頻中說,我背後是中國的法律和行政權力。20 自2月9日發布他的上一個視頻以來,他再也沒有聽到過他的消息。

中共在國內進行掩蓋後,開始了一場全球虛假宣傳運動。從2月起,中國共產黨官員指責美國最初傳播該病毒,並有意將其種植在武漢。中國還開始將有故障的醫療用品和設備運往國外,其中包括已經收集了一些醫療資源的醫療設備。21 儘管通過保留有關冠狀病毒的重要信息而加劇了日益嚴重的全球危機,但中國仍力圖從地緣政治和經濟上從中受益。

習近平主席於2月初訪問了北京一個社區。(新華社美聯社

在此期間,世界衛生組織繼續吹捧中國的努力並散佈錯誤的數據。儘管直到2月下旬才允許世衛組織團隊進入疫情的中心武漢,但世衛組織官員在1月底讚揚了中國的透明與合作。22 拒絕質疑中國的行動可能會將世界衛生組織宣布全球大流行推遲至2020年3月11日,屆時大多數國家有效保護其公民為時已晚。

世衛組織繼續接受並重複中國的主張,但其他組織已開始承認事實。3月26日,白宮貿易顧問彼得·納瓦羅(Peter Navarro)表示,北京“沒有告訴我們12月初至12月中旬,新型新型冠狀病毒存在人與人之間的傳播危機。這使世界倒退了六個星期。” 23 白宮冠狀病毒特別工作組的Deborah Birx博士在3月31日表示,對這種病毒傳播進行建模的專家“從中國遺失了大量數據”,最引人注目的是在4月2日 ,《紐約時報》 報導自2月初以來,中央情報局就曾警告白宮,中國官員一直在“撒謊關於感染率,檢測和死亡人數的信息。” 24

中國弗洛特國際承諾(進行中)

中國是2005年國際衛生條例(IHR)的簽署國。《國際衛生條例》第6條和第7條特別要求成員國在評估後24小時之內將可能構成“國際關注的突發公共衛生事件”通知世衛組織。未能傳播有關傳染病的可靠信息是違反《國際衛生條例》的行為。25

中華人民共和國違反《條例》是有罪的,因為它沒有在11月和12月通知世衛組織該病毒的爆發。這也使中國醫生保持沉默,這些醫生公開發表了講話,並拒絕了美國疾病控制中心1月6日訪問武漢的提議,並推遲了WHO的流行病學調查援助提議。26 中國共產黨拒絕與國際夥伴合作,從一開始就故意進行掩蓋,儘管這意味著違反了條約義務。

世界衛生組織(WHO)總幹事Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus(Denis Balibouse /路透社

中共在武漢的案件數量繼續低估(可能是驚人的),甚至在3月中旬連續幾天都沒有新案件。中國的許多目擊者對fun儀館的負擔過重,法外處決,以及對信息自由流通的持續鎮壓,都提出了質疑。導致中國繼續誤傳的幾個因素:

  1. 尚未報告新病例。 當地居民對此進行了匯報,衛生專業人員描述了政治壓力,要求匯報好消息,並且不允許新的可能出現COVID-19的患者入院。27
  2. 眾所周知,中文測試套件不可靠。 至少有三個歐洲國家停止使用中國進口的測試,其錯誤率高達80%。28
  3. 無症狀的患者不計算在內。 中華人民共和國文件說,與全球標準相反,無症狀感染不被認為是確診病例。29
  4. 醫療隊被召回武漢。 備受吹捧的醫療隊撤離已悄然暫停,沒有令人滿意的官方解釋。30
  5. 大量的er葬缸。 當地殯儀館正在接受每天2500加骨灰棺材,31 儘管  在武漢中國官方死亡人數為2531。32 每日焚化量是平時的四到五倍。33
  6. 大量未經測試的冠狀病毒受害者。 大量未經證實的冠狀病毒症狀患者已經死亡,其屍體未經檢測就被焚化。34

世衛組織對這些問題保持沉默。它也沒有指出中國明顯違反了《 2005年國際衛生條例》。相反,世衛組織一再稱讚中國的“透明度”,儘管中國共產黨在每個階段都在欺騙和散佈,而且仍在這樣做。世衛組織於2020年4月8日發布的大流行事件時間表忽略了這種情況簡報中包含的許多關鍵事實,並顯示了世衛組織領導層為參加中共掩蓋行動所做的持續努力。

中國撒謊,人民死亡

中共的欺騙給人類造成了巨大的損失,全球有十萬多人因此喪生。整個國家都被關閉,經濟在萎縮,這表明全球危機可能會超過流行病本身。根據英國南安普敦大學的一項研究,如果北京在三週前採取了行動,那麼COVID-19病例的數量將減少95%,其地理範圍將受到嚴重限制,從而可以防止大流行。35

疾病控制和預防中心(CDC)首席副主任Anne Schuchat博士在2020年2月11日的新聞發布會上承認懷疑來自中國的報導不足。en.australia51

中共批評美國的政治體系沒有能力作出有效的反應,儘管美國一直是中國最大的單一國家捐助國,努力遏制COVID-19的擴散,並為美國提供了必要的支持。世衛組織,包括比其他任何國家都更高的資金水平。除了美國在2019年向世衛組織捐款4億美元外,美國36 還為64個國家/地區提供了2.74億美元的應急資金,以協助他們應對流感大流行。

為了對抗美國的領導地位,中國試圖轉移責任,並提高自己的國際地位。值得注意的是,中國也對這種病毒的來源撒謊,中共高級官員和國家控制的媒體都聲稱,美軍對冠狀病毒負責。37

中國還參與了一項全球宣傳運動,向中國爆發的大流行國家提供醫療援助。實際上,中共已將自己描繪成大流行期間的全球救星。然而,其所謂的“口罩外交”已導致向全球運送數千種有缺陷的補給品。包括捷克共和國,西班牙,荷蘭,土耳其,澳大利亞和菲律賓在內的許多國家已經召回了數十萬隻從中國進口的有故障的呼吸面罩和測試套件。更糟糕的是,中國繼續剝奪國際社會最重要的資產來應對和製止該病毒的傳播,即準確的信息。

儘管有證據表明中國提供了有故障的設備,但世界衛生組織仍對中國的援助運動表示讚賞。它再次呼應中國的宣傳路線,使其具有全球信譽,而不是應受到的批評。

政策建議

許多專家建議與中國加強接觸或合作,以解決當前的大流行並防止未來發生類似的危機,但是這種方法無視中共的明確記錄,認為中共是危險的不負責任的行為,對美國和全球健康與安全構成威脅,以及繁榮。40多年來,這都是事實。冠狀病毒大流行僅僅是最新證據。美國政策必鬚根據這種行為模式來製定。

至於世界衛生組織,它一直是“有用的白痴”,毫無疑問地重複了中共的宣傳。這不僅降低了其信譽,而且還導致了肆虐世界的大流行。世衛組織似乎不太可能承認中國在冠狀病毒大流行中的罪魁禍首,更不用說它自己的了。

中國國家主席習近平在武漢拜訪患者和醫護人員。(法新社和蓋蒂圖片社

這種情況需要有力而有原則的回應。美國官員應追求以下政策目標:

  • 美國應努力使中國從世界衛生組織正式加入。將中國視為維護世界健康的平等夥伴,使世衛組織被中國束縛,而無法完成其使命。
  • 美國應努力使台灣加入世界衛生組織,以抵消中國的壓力。事實證明,台灣是應對COVID-19危機的最負責任的國家之一。
  • 美國和其他國家應探索通過法律手段追究中華人民共和國對違反條約義務的責任,並尋求賠償因大流行而造成的經濟損失。
  • 美國應對中國實施更嚴格的製裁,特別是針對其侵犯人權行為的製裁,這在危機的開始和每個階段都促進了冠狀病毒的傳播。
  • 美國應與其他國家合作,要求對在中國武漢爆發的該病毒進行獨立調查。
  • 白宮應成立一個機構間辦公室,專門處理中國和中共的宣傳和外國影響活動。

冠狀病毒CCP掩蓋時間表和WHO合規性

在冠狀病毒大流行的每個階段,中華人民共和國和世界衛生組織的聲明都未能反映現實。共產主義受害者紀念基金會已編制了時間表,顯示了這些公然和危險的差異。

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THE CORONAVIRUS COVER-UP: A TIMELINE

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HOW THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY MISLED THE WORLD ABOUT COVID-19 AND IS USING THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION AS AN INSTRUMENT OF PROPAGANDA

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The People’s Republic of China (PRC) and its ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP) have deceived the world about the coronavirus since its appearance in late 2019. In this situation brief, the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation compares the timeline and facts with China’s ongoing disinformation campaign about the coronavirus’ origins, nature, and spread. This brief also demonstrates how the World Health Organization (WHO) has promoted and helped legitimize China’s false claims.

The consequences of China’s deception and the WHO’s credulity are now playing out globally. It is normally difficult to assign culpability to governments and organizations charged with ensuring public health in any pandemic, but the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is materially different. The denial of information, outright fabrications, and disregard for human life—both within and outside of China’s borders—is so shocking and pervasive that the contracting of the virus by millions worldwide and the resultant death toll was not only foreseeable but entirely avoidable.

If the Chinese Communist Party had taken early steps to warn the world instead of covering up its spread, and if the WHO had simply questioned or cautioned against China’s assertions, the harm would have been significantly reduced. Instead, the PRC’s actions and WHO’s inaction precipitated a pandemic, leading to a global economic crisis and a growing loss of human life.

As a matter of justice, and to prevent future pandemics, the PRC must be held accountable through demands for economic reparations and other sanctions pertaining to human rights. China should also be suspended from full membership in the WHO and the WHO, which U.S. taxpayers fund annually, must be subject to immediate investigation and reform. Media organizations reporting on the claims of China and WHO regarding the pandemic without scrutiny or context must be cautioned against misleading the public.

Communist regimes have been responsible for the death of more than 100 million worldwide, according to global experts.1 The final human toll of the current pandemic cannot yet be determined, but those who have perished and will perish from the novel coronavirus must be included in that count—victims of the Chinese Communist Party and its willful disregard for both human life and its own international legal obligations.

CHINA’S EARLY DECEPTION (NOVEMBER – MID-JANUARY)

The world first learned about a mysterious pneumonia-like virus in Central China in mid-December 2019, when a 57-year-old merchant at a seafood market reported feeling ill and visited a clinic.2 On January 9, 2020, the virus was identified by PRC authorities as “a new type of coronavirus” (SARS-CoV-2).

But recent reporting indicates that the first case was recorded in Wuhan, China, on November 17, 2019—a fact still not acknowledged by the PRC. Despite readily available information and a rapidly spreading outbreak, it took more than two months for the PRC to inform the world that the coronavirus was being transmitted among humans, which the regime finally admitted on January 20.3,4 The PRC knew about human-to-human transmission by late December, yet ordered the evidence destroyed.5 Such information was vital to preventing the global pandemic.

Chinese Communist Party Chairman Xi Jinping stated on February 3 that he “made requests for prevention and control of the new coronavirus pneumonia” in early January, but the evidence indicates that by then, the PRC had deliberately prevented the dissemination of knowledge necessary to stop the illness from spreading.6 Notably, the CCP took early measures to silence individuals in China’s scientific and health communities from publicizing information about the disease.7 These actions delayed the world’s understanding of—and response to—the novel illness.

Dr. Li Wenliang who warned the world of coronavirus, was forced to make a self-criticism, and later died from the virus on Feb. 7, 2020.

The PRC simultaneously prevented outside health experts from the United States and the WHO from independently verifying data about the health situation in Wuhan. The simplest explanation for these actions is that the PRC was covering up a major outbreak which was an embarrassment to the communist leadership. The CCP has a long record of misleading the international community on health matters, most notably with previous outbreaks of SARS and AIDS.8

Through the middle of January, Chinese state-run media claimed that the virus was containable.9 Yet other actions indicate the PRC already knew otherwise. Beginning that same month, the PRC activated a predatory global campaign to acquire medical supplies and equipment from North America and Europe for urgent shipment to China—a sign that the virus was spreading faster than Chinese authorities acknowledged.10 Special attention was given to personal protective equipment such as respiratory masks and gloves, meaning the PRC knew that the coronavirus was spreading between humans, though it refused to publicly acknowledge this fact.11

The WHO was also aware of human-to-human transmission at an early date. Taiwan highlighted this concern to the agency on December 31.12 The next day the WHO asked China for more information, but on January 14 the WHO was still reporting that “preliminary investigations conducted by the Chinese authorities have found no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission.13,14

At no point has the WHO criticized China for refusing to let it verify the PRC’s data or for pilfering global medical supplies. Instead, the WHO quickly praised China in glowing terms, even saying they were “reassured of the quality of the ongoing investigations and the response measures.”15 The WHO also repeated the PRC’s claim that there was no evidence of human-to-human transmission despite doctors contracting the coronavirus from patients. The WHO maintained its position about the unverified or limited nature of human-to-human transmission until January 23—three days after the PRC admitted the fact.16

CHINA CREATES A GLOBAL PANDEMIC (MID-JANUARY – MID-MARCH)

By the time Chinese officials acknowledged that the coronavirus spread between humans—a fact they already knew—it had already made its way across Asia and to Europe and North America. The reported number of infected people in the PRC also increased rapidly during this time.17 But China’s tally of infections and deaths were severely under-counted, as the PRC continued to crack down on free speech and prevent independent medical investigations. This further lulled the world into a false sense of security.

PRC oppression significantly increased beginning in late January. It detained and disappeared independent Chinese journalists, expelled foreign journalists, and shut down the internet in certain areas, according to netizens.18 State censors were simultaneously given more powers to remove more content from the internet.19 The CCP made every available effort to hide what was happening not only in Wuhan, but across China.

Many Chinese citizens risked their lives exposing the lies of the Communist regime. In late January and early February, Citizen journalist Chen Qiushi and salesperson Fang Bin published dozens of YouTube videos documenting images in Wuhan: long lines outside of hospitals, grieving families, and body bags. “In front of me is the virus. Behind me is China’s legal and administrative power,” Qiushi said in one video a week before his disappearance on February 6. Fang described himself as “a person, just an ordinary person, a silly person who lifted the lid for a second.”20 He has not been heard from since his last video, posted February 9.

In conjunction with its domestic cover-up, the CCP began a global disinformation and propaganda campaign. From February onward, Chinese communist officials accused the United States of initially spreading the virus and intentionally planting it in Wuhan. The PRC also began shipping faulty medical supplies and equipment to foreign countries, including some whose medical resources it had already hoarded.21 Despite contributing to the mounting global crisis by withholding vital information about the coronavirus, the PRC nonetheless sought to benefit from it geopolitically and financially.

President Xi Jinping visits a Beijing neighborhood in early February. (Xinhua via Associated Press)

During this time, the WHO continued to tout Chinese efforts and spread erroneous data. WHO officials praised PRC transparency and cooperation in late January, even though a WHO team was not allowed into Wuhan, the epicenter of the outbreak, until late February.22 Its refusal to question PRC actions likely delayed the WHO’s declaration of a global pandemic until March 11, 2020, by which point it was far too late for most nations to effectively protect their citizens.

The WHO has continued to accept and repeat China’s claims, but others have begun to recognize the truth. On March 26, Peter Navarro, White House Trade Advisor stated that Beijing “did not tell us early to mid-December that there was a crisis of human-to-human transmission with a new novel coronavirus. That has set the world back six weeks.”23 Dr. Deborah Birx of the White House Coronavirus Taskforce stated on March 31 that experts modeling the virus spread “were missing a significant amount of the data” from China, and, most notably, on April 2, The New York Times reported that the Central Intelligence Agency had warned the White House since early February that PRC officials had been “lying about infection rates, testing, and death counts.”24

CHINA FLOUTS INTERNATIONAL COMMITMENTS (ONGOING)

China is a signatory to the 2005 International Health Regulations (IHR). Articles 6 and 7 of the IHR specifically require member states to notify the WHO—within 24 hours of assessment—of any events which may constitute a “public health emergency of international concern.” Failing to disseminate credible information about infectious diseases is a violation of the IHR.25

The PRC is guilty of violating the IHR because it failed to notify the WHO about the outbreak of the virus in November and December. It also silenced Chinese doctors who spoke publicly about it and refused offers from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control to visit Wuhan on January 6 and delayed offers of epidemic investigation assistance from the WHO.26 The Chinese Communist Party refused to cooperate with international partners and willfully perpetrated a cover-up from the start—even though it meant violating its treaty obligations.

Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO) Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (Denis Balibouse/Reuters)

The CCP has continued to undercount—likely dramatically—the number of cases in Wuhan, even claiming no new cases for multiple days in a row during mid-March. Such claims are challenged by a number of eyewitness Chinese accounts of overburdened funeral homes, extrajudicial killings, and the continued crackdown on the free flow of information. Several factors point to continued PRC misinformation:

  1. New cases have not been reported. Local residents report this, and health professionals have described political pressure to report good news and not to admit new likely COVID-19 patients to hospitals.27
  2. Chinese test kits are notoriously unreliable. At least three European countries have stopped using imported Chinese tests, which have error rates as high as 80 percent.28
  3. Asymptomatic patients are not counted. PRC documents say that asymptomatic infection is not considered as a confirmed case, contrary to global standards.29
  4. Medical teams were called back to Wuhan. A much-touted medical team withdrawal has been quietly paused, without satisfactory official explanation.30
  5. Large numbers of funerary urns. Local funeral homes are receiving 2,500-plus cinerary caskets a day,31 even though the total official PRC death count in Wuhan is 2,531.32 Daily incineration volume has been four to five times higher than usual.33
  6. High volume of untested coronavirus victims. An unverified number of patients with coronavirus syptoms have died and thier bodies incinerated without testing.34

The WHO remains silent on these issues. Nor has it pointed out the PRC’s apparent violations of the 2005 International Health Regulations. Instead, the WHO has repeatedly praised the PRC’s “transparency”—even though the Chinese Communist Party has deceived and dissembled at every stage and is still doing so. A timeline of pandemic events published by the WHO on April 8, 2020 omits many of the incriminating facts contained in this situation brief and demonstrates the continued efforts of the WHO leadership to participate in the CCP’s coverup.

CHINA LIED, PEOPLE DIED

The Chinese Communist Party’s deception has had a terrible human cost, with more than 100,000 global deaths and counting. Entire countries are shut down and economies are contracting, pointing to a global crisis that will likely outlive the pandemic itself. According to a study by the United Kingdom’s University of Southampton, if Beijing had acted three weeks earlier, the number of COVID-19 cases could have been reduced by 95 percent, and its geographic spread would have been severely limited—thereby preventing a pandemic.35

Dr. Anne Schuchat, Chief Deputy Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) admits suspicion of under-reporting from China at a news conference on February 11, 2020. (en.australia51)

The CCP has criticized the United States’ political system as incapable of having an efficient response, even though the U.S. has been the top single-country donor to China in its efforts to counter the spread of COVID-19 and has provided essential support to the WHO, including a higher level of funding than from any other country. In addition to the $400 million contributed by the U.S. to the WHO in 2019,36 the United States also made $274 million of emergency funds available to 64 countries to assist in their pandemic responses.

To counter U.S. leadership, the PRC has attempted to shift blame and shore up its own international standing. Notably, the PRC has also lied about the origin of the virus, with senior CCP officials and state-controlled media outlets claiming that the U.S. Army is responsible for the coronavirus.37

The PRC is also engaged in a global propaganda campaign to provide medical aid to countries suffering from a pandemic that the PRC precipitated. Indeed, the CCP has portrayed itself as the global savior during the pandemic. Yet its so-called “facemask diplomacy” has resulted in the shipment of thousands of defective supplies around the world. Many countries including the Czech Republic, Spain, the Netherlands, Turkey, Australia, and the Philippines have recalled hundreds of thousands of faulty respiratory masks and testing kits imported from China. Far worse, China continues to deprive the international community of its most important asset to respond to and stop the spread of the virus—accurate information.

The World Health Organization has praised China’s aid campaign, despite evidence of its delivery of faulty equipment. Once again, it is echoing the PRC’s line of propaganda, giving it global credibility instead of the criticism it deserves.

POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS

Many experts recommend greater engagement or cooperation with the PRC to address the current pandemic and to prevent similar crises in the future, but this approach ignores the clear record of the Chinese Communist Party as dangerously irresponsible and a threat to U.S. and global health and safety, as well as prosperity. This has been true for more than 40 years; the coronavirus pandemic is merely the latest proof. U.S. policy must be formulated in light of this pattern of behavior.

As for the WHO, it has served as a “useful idiot” that repeats CCP propaganda without question. Not only has this diminished its credibility, it has helped cause the pandemic that is wracking the world. It appears unlikely that the WHO will ever acknowledge China’s culpability in the coronavirus pandemic—much less its own.

China’s President Xi Jinping visits patients and healthcare workers in Wuhan. (Agence France-Presse and Getty Images)

The situation demands a strong and principled response. U.S. officials should pursue the following policy objectives:

  • The U.S. should work to suspend the PRC from full membership in the WHO. Treating the PRC as an equal partner in safeguarding world health made the WHO captive to the PRC and less able to accomplish its mission.
  • The U.S. should work toward Taiwan’s admission to the WHO as a counterbalance to the PRC. Taiwan has proven to be one of the most responsible countries in responding to the COVID-19 crisis.
  • The U.S. and other countries should explore using legal means to hold the PRC accountable for violating its treaty obligations and seek reparations for economic damages incurred as a result of the pandemic.
  • The U.S. should enact stronger sanctions on the PRC specifically related to its human rights violations which contributed to the coronavirus’ spread at the very beginning and at every phase of the crisis.
  • The U.S. should cooperate with other countries to demand an independent investigation into the outbreak of the virus in Wuhan, China.
  • The White House should form an inter-agency office specifically to deal with PRC and CCP propaganda and foreign influence operations.

TIMELINE OF CORONAVIRUS CCP COVER-UP AND WHO COMPLICITY

At every stage of the coronavirus pandemic, PRC and WHO statements have failed to reflect reality. The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation has compiled a timeline showing these blatant and dangerous discrepancies.

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“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.

Full Coverage: Virus Outbreak

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.”

英政府因中共隱瞞疫情要清算 或解約華為

PostBy: 殷楚楚-chuchu yin

英政府因中共隱瞞疫情要清算 或解約華為

英國內閣大臣戈夫(Michael Gove)在媒體公開表示,中共政權應該為英國沒有及時展開大規模測試負責,這可能導致兩國之間外交緊張加劇。

【大紀元2020年03月29日訊】(大紀元記者徐簡綜合報導)英國媒體報導,英國政府對中共隱瞞信息的作法感到憤怒,表示疫情過後一定要對中共進行清算,並說如果中共一意孤行,中共政權將會淪為國際上的「惡棍國家」。

近日,英國感染中共病毒(武漢病毒,新冠狀病毒)的患者激增,王子、首相和部長也不能倖免。

內閣大臣戈夫:中共隱瞞信息 殃及英國

英國內閣大臣戈夫(Michael Gove)在媒體上公開表示,中共政權應該為英國沒有及時展開大規模測試負責,這可能導致兩國之間外交緊張加劇。

戈夫在BBC的安德魯·馬爾(Andrew Marr)節目中被問到,中國12月份就知道了第一例中共病毒案例,但英國卻為何沒進行足夠的測試?戈夫說,因為中方關於病毒的報導沒有說清楚這種流行病的「規模、性質和傳染性」。

此前川普總統也譴責過中共隱瞞信息,拖延告知國際社會,「我希望它們能早些告訴我們,因為這樣我們可以及早提出解決方案」,川普說,「我們的專家就會有多3、4個月的時間做準備,但是他們和其他人一樣,看報紙上的報導才知道這件事。」

疫情結束後 英政府要清算中共

《星期日郵報》也對英國內政大臣進行採訪,據悉約翰遜(Boris Johnson)的政府對中共政權大為惱火,他們指責中共傳播虛假信息,偽造患者數量,據悉這可能導致約翰遜放棄跟中資華為的5G交易。

該報援引三名憤怒的英國官員的話,其中一人說,疫情過後,要跟中共通過外交途徑解決。第二位不願透露姓名的官員說,「當然,現在的重中之重是應對這場危機,但每個人都知道,疫情結束後,就要跟中共清算。」

而第三位不願透露姓名的官員則說,英國政府的「憤怒達到最高點」。 還有官員說,「如果中共不改變作法,他們將真正地成為『惡棍國家』(Pariah State,被排斥的、被蔑視的國家)。」

英國政府憤怒的內容包括:中共隱瞞和掩蓋中國病患的真實數據,據英國的科學界和醫療界專家估計,中國真實的病患數字是目前中共自稱數字的15倍到40倍。截止今天,中共僅匯報了8萬1千多案例,還有最近讓世人瞠目結舌的「歸零」報告。

其次,英國官員認為,中共正在通過向其它歐洲國家提供所謂的「援助」,來擴大其國際影響力。

另外中共近日企圖把傳播病毒的責任推卸給美國,英國首相府對於這種甩鍋的做法感到憤怒。對於中共稱美軍代表團把病毒帶到武漢,英國政府的消息人士說:「一場讓人作嘔的假信息宣傳活動正在進行,這讓人無法接受。他們(中共政府)知道他們的做法非常錯誤,但是他們不承認錯誤,而是散布謊言。」

英政府或考慮停止與華為合作

據《星期日郵報》報導,英國首相約翰遜身邊的政治盟友透露,中共在中共病毒疫情期間的表現將最終促使英國重新考慮英中關係。

約翰遜曾在給華為「開綠燈」的問題上一意孤行,激怒了英國的主要盟友美國,也讓很多保守黨內的議員非常氣憤。

《星期日郵報》援引一位位高權重的內閣大臣的話說:「我們不能袖手旁觀,放任中共因為想要隱瞞(疫情)而毀了世界經濟,然後像什麼都沒有發生過一樣。

「我們不僅允許華為這樣的公司進入我們的經濟,而且還成為我們基礎設施的關鍵部分。」他譴責道,「這需要我們緊急對(華為等中資項目)進行審查,任何依賴中國供應鏈的、具有戰略意義的基礎設施必須得到緊急審查。