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Communist China's viral propaganda campaign "harshed" by reality

Austin Bay on

According to the World Health Organization March 23 update, 196 countries, territories and areas have confirmed cases of COVID-19, aka the Wuhan virus.

Yes, Wuhan. When identifying the virus' nom de guerre, it is geographically and factually correct, as well as medically imprimatur, to include Wuhan, the name of the mainland China city of 11 million (located in the Hubei province) where the globe-threatening novel coronavirus first came to the attention of qualified MDs.

Our global pandemic originated in Wuhan, but don't blame the town or its heroic doctors and nurses for the plague's Planet Earth killing spree. Put the blame where it belongs: on the Chinese Communist Party, or the CCP.

In late December 2019, doctors and other medical practitioners in Wuhan identified the pathogen and warned that it presented a threat to human life.

China is a face culture, but the CCP's face culture has Mafia rules. The CCP suffers from systemic ineptitude and authoritarian narcissism, but it doesn't want the world to know. So CCP apparatchik police treated Wuhan's conscientious doctors as criminals and suppressed their warnings. CCP thuggery and brutality halted local efforts to confine the virus and prevented responsible medical efforts from disseminating information that might help global researchers find cures and vaccines.

My last paragraph sketches an alternative history that isn't our gritty, deadly reality. We confront hard fact history: Beijing's communists decided to let Chinese citizens die rather than confront the epidemic.

 

More facts: Between late December and mid-January, an estimated 5 million people left, entered or passed through Wuhan. Hard consequence: The virus went from local Wuhan to global hell.

Now pay attention to White House press corps virtue signalers who argue that associating Wuhan with the virus is ipso facto hate-filled racism toward Han Chinese.

Please, you stuffed suits. Answer this question: Is St. Louis encephalitis a slur on the city of St. Louis, the state of Missouri and St. Louis Cardinals baseball fans?

Only a "useful idiot" -- to adapt a Stalinist communist term for dupes in the West whose Bible was Kremlin propaganda -- would confuse a reasonable colloquial name with a prejudicial slur.

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