Doing what little I can, to help this excellent little three-minute video go .... "viral"?
Glad to hear it. I think this is a smart survival strategy, at least until we have better understanding of what's going on.So, basically, as of Monday I will be confined to my home, except for going to the supermarket,
Emma, have you been reading the earlier posts in this thread, such as here? The Chinese say that this pandemic originated in America. And at least some of the best available scientific evidence supports this, although there's a lot of contradictory information as well.I am of the strong opinion that China should monetarily pay other countries for the costs of this pandemic.
So why not spare us the pictures of ducks, chickens and pigs too? Are they less significant or sentient than dogs? I will probably be deleting those other pictures shortly. I think in context, this could be taken as anti-Chinese hate photography.I spare you the picture of dogs just slaughtered and sold whole on a counter.
And you think American factory farmers have a greater degree of compassion?“In particular, there is no perception of farm animals as having feelings, or being capable of feeling pain or suffering.”
Why should China agree to such payments? What steps would you support to enforce such payments?why Western countries do not require a refund from China for the damages of this pandemic?
The Saker today pointed out that Zhao Lijian was quoting Global Research when he made his tweet. So, their evidence is the same as we're looking at. Which is to say, not very good evidence at all. Suggestive at best. Also, even if the virus originated somewhere else than China, it doesn't prove whether or not it was lab-created.Since there are those on both sides asserting that Covid-19 is a bioweapon,
Yes, I know. They have pushed that after a republican US senator accused them of creating the virus in a lab. That was very unfortunate. It does not lead us anywhere with conspiracy theories, only to China rejecting its own responsibility for allowing such bad eating habits. It is very convenient for China to accuse the US to fabricate the virus so it won't have nothing to pay for the damages it is causing. Remember that China itself has informed us to believe that the virus originated in a wet market in Wuhan. Only now they are pushing that conspiracy theory.The Chinese say that this pandemic originated in America
Indeed, it seems that the Wuhan biolab was involved in extensive international cooperation, both overt and covert. It may have been framed in terms of humanitarian research into vaccination technology. But there's only a very thin line between medical research, and biological weapons research.The scenario(s) I'm speculating on are not traditional country versus country, but rather shepherd versus flock, or collaborating shepherds versus flocks.
According to the Chinese narrative, they initially assumed that the wet market was the source. But as they searched for "Patient Zero", they say they found that many of the earliest cases had no connection to the wet market.Remember that China itself has informed us to believe that the virus originated in a wet market in Wuhan. Only now they are pushing that conspiracy theory.
What is the point in jumping to conclusions?It does not lead us anywhere with conspiracy theories, only to China rejecting its own responsibility for allowing such bad eating habits.
Cold comfort perhaps, but the video only says that copayments will be required as usual. These copayments could easily be big enough to bankrupt many insured Americans; not to mention threatened expenses to the uninsured.the insurance companies will not pay for anything else related to Covid-19.
Meanwhile, even after Agent Orange has declared a national emergency, Faux News is allowing such as Jerry Falwell Jr. to come on and claim that this is all a continuation of the attacks on Agent Orange. Supposedly, Faux News issued a memo prior to legally distance themselves in case anybody decides to sue them over some relative that ends up dying as a consequence of such statements.
The following is a 'prophetic' article from a couple of weeks ago (albeit after the first major 10% correction) with all the underlying data, and the comment that one doesn't ordinarily think of CEO's retiring en masse when the economy and stock market are booming. The previous highs in retirements were during the Bush/Obama financial crisis.Been seeing reports that there was $26 billion in insider selling last year, the highest since the year 2000. Also interesting is that well over 1,000 CEOs have quit between last year and now. The skuttlebutt is that this is getting ahead of their knowledge and hiding of malfeasance, and foreknowledge that a reset was coming, now apparently here.