China doesn’t let this crisis go to waste

The jihad is permanent & relentless:

Fire breaks out at Greek refugee camp amid riots after asylum seeker with fever dies

Fire didn’t “break out”. Muhammad was an arsonist. Mohammedans do what Muhammad did.🤩🤩🤩

Protests flare in US, coronavirus toll tops 40,000: Live updates

Signs of slowdown in pandemic in parts of Europe, as some countries begin to tentatively ease lockdowns.

Spain Surpasses 20,000 Coronavirus Deaths, 190,000 Infections

Spain Surpasses 20,000 Coronavirus Deaths, 190,000 Infections

Celebrities Slammed For Taking Part In ‘One World’ Benefit Concert For The WHO: ‘Commie Propaganda’

Despicable that these celebrities are supporting an organization like the WHO right now when they are clearly to blame for the situation the world is currently in. The stars have become so infected with Trump Derangement Syndrome that they are willing to support any organization that he opposes, even if it means exposing their own ignorance in the process.

Liberal celebrities are being slammed for taking part in a benefit concert for the World Health Organization (WHO), which took place last night.
China Says No to Writing Off Africa’s Belt and Road Debts

That’s for Western fools. The Chinese don’t have anything to give away.

China Tries (and Fails) to Get Wisconsin to Pass Law Praising Beijing on Coronavirus

Africans in China: ‘You Can’t Go Out on the Street if You Are Black’

China’s ambassador to Australia used the World Health Organisation to lobby for the country’s Chinese travel ban to be axed in the early days of the outbreak. An exclusive interview with Sky News in February, Ambassador Cheng Jingye called for Australia to lift travel and trade restrictions with China. Mr Cheng used the WHO’s opposition to travel bans as evidence Australia had gone too far in restricting travel to China. “We are deeply disappointed by the restrictive measures that have been taken because as I see it they are out of proportion,” he said. “As you said it is inconsistent with the professional recommendations of the World Health Organisation. “We have expressed our strong wish and hope that the Australian government in its next review will take into account the whole situation and take a balanced approach and consider removing those harsh restrictions or at least relax restrictions.” The comments shed light on how the WHO failure to act early and call for travel bans was being used by the Chinese government in a manner which could harm other nations. In the interview – which took place on February 17 – Mr Cheng labelled the restrictions “harsh” and “stringent”. The WHO directly lobbied against banning travel to countries, including China. A statement released as late as February 29, argued against travel bans because they “may disrupt businesses, and may have negative social and economic effects on the affected countries”. “WHO continues to advise against the application of travel or trade restrictions to countries experiencing COVID-19 outbreaks,” the statement said. “In general, evidence shows that restricting the movement of people and goods during public health emergencies is ineffective in most situations and may divert resources from other interventions.” Academic research by the University of Southampton has revealed up to 95 per cent of deaths would not have happened if the WHO acted earlier.