After fleeing to Qinghai, Chinese authorities are ‘managing’ as the coronavirus spreads. News is breaking all over that the problem is far worse that reported. Anger against the Chinese government is building as they hide in the mountains. We’re taking bets on another revolution in China.
December: wild animals sold at Huanan Seafood Market infect vendors working the shops.
Dec. 31: China alerts the World Health Organization (WHO) to several cases of pneumonia in Wuhan.
Jan. 1: Huanan Seafood Market shut down.
Jan 7: coronavirus detected. This family includes SARS and the common cold. The virus spreads by sneezing or coughing.
Jan 22: death toll jumps to 17, with 550 infections reported by the government.
Jan 23: according to a Wuhan citizen, this was the first day flyers appeared in the street showed up to warn about the problem.
Jan. 24: news breaks from two sources in Wuhan that the government is not helping. Both also report many more than the reported 550 infections. One nurse estimated the count at 90,000 infected. Another nurse put it at 100,000. Both are working in Wuhan. Click the links to hear their full reports. Both appear more legit than ‘official’ government numbers.
Government flees to Qinghai
Qinghai is a large, sparsely populated Chinese province in the high-altitude Tibetan Plateau. This Wuhan citizen reporter says that’s where the government fled, to ‘manage’ the crisis.
In response, anger is building on Chinese social media channels. People are waking up to a topic long considered taboo:
This looks like the winds of karma are blowing. Good actions bring good results, and vice versa.
Via the concentration camps of Xinjiang, the monasteries of Tibet, the streets of Hong Kong and the memories of Tiananmen Square comes a massive amount of bad mojo. Here’s hoping it’s finally enough to tip the scales and cleanse northern mountains of its dirty, stinking infestation of rats.