Coronavirus Culprits: CHINA. Why the World Must Not Let China Get Away With This Pandemic
The Coronavirus outbreak has gripped the world. Public life is grinding to a halt, schools are closing, mass hysteria is resulting in panic-buys and people are fighting over toilet roll and hand sanitiser. Over a million people are infected with thousands dead. The numbers are rising. The elderly and those with underlying health conditions, the most vulnerable in our society, are most at risk and will need to self-isolate to protect themselves. But even the so-called young and healthy are not immune; children and apparently healthy people in their 30’s have tragically passed on.
And this is happening why?
Because of China and their appalling treatment of animals.
Wuhan’s wet market where the virus originated is not an unusual case. China is famous for its inhumane treatment towards animals; their markets consist of dogs, cats, wolves, pangolins and every animal you can think of, with live animals mixed with dead ones in filthy conditions; the animal, if alive, suffers on an astronomical scale. The coronavirus are a family of viruses that cause disease in animals; is it any wonder that this has happened, given China’s treatment of animals?
Furthermore, their secrecy and lies as they attempted to cover it up from the international community in the early stages undoubtedly led to the mass outbreak we see today. Whistleblowers were punished, sometimes with fatal consequences. Dr Li Wenliang of China attempted to warn the world about the virus but was silenced by China’s police. He died of the virus not long after.
And now the Chinese Communist Party are attempting to pin the blame on the United States, a conspiracy theory with no evidence whatsoever and plainly a transparent attempt to shift attention away from their appalling treatment of animals and their deceit towards the international community. It is no surprise that they are trying to use the USA as a scapegoat, as America has been attempting to wrestle back power from China, weaken their economy and pull US businesses out of China.
Yet, that is exactly what we should all be doing. Pulling our businesses out of China and weakening the Chinese economy. China’s barbarity and cruelty towards both people and animals – whether it’s forcing people into concentration camps or holding animal torture festivals such as the Yulin Dog Meat Festival – is not purely exclusive within its own borders. Their treatment of Hong Kong speaks volumes of their respect for human life. Likewise, Chinese settlers have crossed the border into Cambodia and are bringing barbaric, cruel methods of torturing dogs with them. China is buying out property, land and people across the globe. Their goal is to expand; and the more they expand, the bigger the threat to democracy and the civilised world. The more they ‘buy us out’, the greater the escalation of cruelty and suppression of human rights. Is that what we want? To experience the same sort of cruelty and atrocities they subject their own people and animals to?
In China, more and more people are willing to risk their lives to expose them to the world. Many more of them are calling for freedom of speech; they are calling for democracy, because they have had enough of government oppression. At the same time, the Chinese Communist Party are spreading mass propaganda, touting themselves as saviours of the coronavirus and attempting to blame other nations for its origin.
We no longer have an excuse to do nothing. Why are we not taking action against the CCP? One reason: TRADE. Cheap Chinese goods. We give permission for China to commit atrocities on people and animals when we buy their goods and when our businesses continue to turn a blind eye to the cruelty.
The international community must support the rebels in China. It must support the Trump administration’s attempts to weaken the Chinese economy. It must stop purchasing Chinese goods and it must unite against the CCP and openly object to its rulership. International businesses must move their factories out of China. On an individual level, we must boycott Chinese goods wherever possible and we must tell our businesses why we are doing this. We must urge our governments to unite together against China and their barbaric practices. We must stand firm against their human and animal rights abuses. We have reached a stage now where not only are they committing atrocities on their own people and animals, but we and our loved ones are now under serious threat from their inhumane practices.
Is China going to get away, yet again, with their atrocities? The Coronavirus is the latest in a long line of China’s threats against the world, but unless the international community takes decisive action now, it won’t be the last.
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