Wuhan Mother Speaks Out "No Beds, No Medicine, All Lies"

Mish

Here's a heart wrenching video of a Wuhan mother who cannot take the lies anymore.

Wuhan Mother Speaks Out

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  • Only normal citizens are suffering. The government does not care about us. We can't buy medicine with money. We can't go to the hospital with money.
  • And in Hong Kong, I support your independence. I also support Taiwan independence. Tibet and Hong Kong, I support independence.
  • Not a single person can speak freely. If anyone speaks about the truth, they are detained, If they decide it's 10 years or 20 years then it's already decided. Even lawyers are useless.
  • I'm gonna tell you something. 1 person's sacrifice 2 people's sacrifice is a sacrifice that is necessary of a revolution. I will make a sacrifice for may parents, for my family, for our free lives.
  • I know it is dangerous for me to speak out. But I can't take it anymore, I cannot.
  • No beds, no medicine, all the news from TV is a lie.
  • In this evil society I can no longer keep my mouth shut. No one is willing to speak out. I am going to stand up and make a voice. We really have to resist my fellow citizens. I can't live like this anymore.

Wow.

Now that's a patriot. And that is what China fears most.

I cannot confirm where that video was filmed.

I can say that it is similar to what the New York Times reports in Fear, Fury and the Coronavirus.

The NYT reporters were in China.

Food Supply Issues

Political Unrest Highest Since Tiananmen Square (1989)

Beijing Afraid?

Yes.

"China’s Communist rulers are not just fighting an epidemic. They are also struggling to contain an upwelling of public anger about their own failure to stem the outbreak."

"Something is happening that is bigger than the coronavirus."

Meanwhile, please note that Half the Population of China, 760 Million, Now Locked Down

From an economic standpoint, January say the Largest Shipping Decline Since 2009 and That's Before Coronavirus impact hit.

Supply chain disruptions have barely started.

Mike "Mish" Shedlock

Comments (54)
FloydVanPeter
FloydVanPeter

Wow. Video clips like this get you killed in the PRC. Is it indeed authentic?

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Mish
Mish

Editor

I cannot confirm where that video was filmed.
I can say that it is similar to what the New York Times reports in Fear, Fury and the Coronavirus.
The NYT reporters were in China.
The NYT reporters noticed more willingness to speak against the government than they have ever seen before.

jeco
jeco

Food supply shortages and secondary plagues will be hand in glove with CoronaV. Watch for large scale mobilization of military reserves and acceptance of foreign assistance as signs that Chinese civilian population is in dire straits. Can't send out for Chunese for 760 million!

Greggg
Greggg

Things you don't mention in China, the three T's: Tibet, Taiwan, and Tianamen Square. Also, China started clamping down on people using VPNs. It' a good time to see how "well" their social media controls work.

AWC
AWC

Interesting how truth starts as “Conspiracy Theory” in Alt Media, then slowly works it’s way to Conspiracy Fact,,,,,before the Government/Corporate MSM finally lets it trickle through it’s cutting and editing rooms, and into the light.

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JimmyScot
JimmyScot

I’m sure there are similar videos bemoaning the state of the U.K. NHS, even with no epidemics going on.

I’m sure this woman is very upset, but nothing she’s said contradicts what we know to date.

“We can’t buy medicines” sounds terrible until you remember that the government has banned or restricted the sale of cough medicine to tease out hidden cases.

Tester2
Tester2

It's more fundamental. She feels no one in power is on the side of her family. The medicines just happen to be a symptom of the disease.

JimmyScot
JimmyScot

Yes, agreed. And that is natural in a crisis. We see the same thing here in the towns hit by recent flooding.

I think i read Mish's article incorrectly as inference of another cover up. I see now that he is arguing that Beijing is afraid of some kind of uprising. And with that i agree completely.

abend237-04
abend237-04

You have to be one cold-hearted bastard not to ache at the sight of a woman anywhere raging at a system standing between her and her family's needs.

Million man armies can be raised from even 60 million pissed off people. Germany took on the world in 1939 with 69 million.

Autocratic, single party systems all have the same problem: The rulers are either on the tiger, or inside it.

thimk
thimk

It is remarkable, 700 mill Chinese obediently sequestering themselves at home for an unknown duration. If china gets through this mess will they remove any history of the event? Xi's egregious quarantine one day before holiday was calculated , that is to allow a large inventory build .

TimeToTest
TimeToTest

This will be repeated all over the globe. When governments can not longer protect people the social contract is broken. People will trade freedom for security but when the government can provide neither the system breaks. The question is soon asked- Why have I given everything for nothing in return?

People in China are asking this question. Soon everyone will.

crazyworld
crazyworld

I agree with TimeToTest. All what she says about the (capitalist-communist) government could be said here also if unfortunately this epidemic reach our countries. Lies and power abuse everywhere and especially when facts are turning dramatic..
However I appreciate what China is doing because that is our last chance not to get infected by the HIV-COVID 19. I am not convinced that our leaders (UE) would be able to take such containment measures.

The fact we must acknowledge from all what we learned about the virus is that it is VERY VERY DANGEROUS because it is flu (high infection rate) and HIV (silent bearer) combined.
As I have already pointed out, China research indicate that this new virus has unfortunately some of the HIV characteristics: You may be a symptom free bearer for a long time until you get a compromised immune system caused by your way of life (stress, fatigue toxines..). That is what happen to the medical personnel in China which although young register 50 per cent of severe cases.
On the other hand if like 20 per cent of the infected you are old and or have already organs diseases you get it right away with very severe symptoms. 80 per cent of the tested positive have only mild symptoms until...
Even the Nucleic acid test probe are not sensitive enough to detect all the infected because the "healthy " bearers (no symptoms at all) have too small a virus load in their blood.Consequently like the HIV there are a lot of non-symptomatic bearers.

Please China dont give up your fight.

sangell
sangell

I've been glued to Jennifer Zeng and Harry Chen PhD's posts on Twitter. Unfortunately the censors both in China and, apparently, in California ( thanks Jack Dorsey) are cracking down and fewer videos are coming out of China now. Twitter apparently took down a ghastly video of some local officials beating a poor dog to death. Why? It was having a greater impact on viewers than videos of police beating humans.

njbr
njbr

If you watch twitter and youtube, you will see a lot of people posting a lot of stories--some real and some not. Oddly enough, there are people who post to advance their own agenda, which may not have to do with the actual coronavirus. And oddly enough, on the inner-tubes I have never seen a sharp copy of these videos--what is the device they are recording with?

I have no doubt that things are really, really bad in Wuhan/Hubei and it will be years before the full extent comes out. These are the people being thrown under the wheels of the train to slow its advance. They deserve our respect and sorrow and our help, as it can be given.

As for the number officially ill and dead--it's issued for internal control of the population. They cannot have people trying to break out of their plague ship in mass numbers. It has to be "contained" without the appearance of mass deaths in the ship. Should we encourage the people to rise up and overthrow their overlords--and that'll solve the inhumanity of having this collection of humans in that particular petri-dish?

What would happen in the US in similar circumstances? We may find out. Our initial kindness to our fellow citizens and world travelers may lead us down some dark paths.

jivefive99
jivefive99

Im a younger older person (53) and Ive seen enough to know that the majority of impending disasters have a tendency to be a "created" thing for govt or business or the Internet's benefit (Y2K, hyperinflation, peak oil, 2008, Trump ending America) and so Ill sit back on this one and dream about the end of the Chinese Commie Party. Cause its only gonna be a dream ....

KidHorn
KidHorn

This is how all revolutions begin. Not sure if it will amount to anything.

ksdude69
ksdude69

Why can't someone open a twitter competiter site and dont censor it???? Seems like all the mega sites are censored. Why is that? Someone please cough all over XI, if the jackass isn't already vaccinated. People can only take so much. Also, you can thank the likes of Google for their enslavement. Furthermore, still want to give up gun rights in the US? I don't think so! Human behavior will attempt to eventually own and control everything we could easily end up just like them.

RonJ
RonJ

"Supply chain disruptions have barely started."

What is the situation with imported pharmaceutical supplies? Supposedly, China is the biggest supplier and FDA inspectors are no longer on the job, in addition to whatever supply interruptions may be occurring. Is this going to become a life threatening situation for some people in the U.S.?

St. Funogas
St. Funogas

Excellent paper the from Scripps Research Institute yesterday.

Please note: the disease is called Covid-19, the virus is called SARS-CoV-2.

Notable quotes from the paper:

"In particular, we offer a perspective on the notable features in the SARS-CoV-2 genome and discuss scenarios by which these features could have arisen. Importantly, this analysis provides evidence that SARS-CoV-2 is not a laboratory construct nor a purposefully manipulated virus."

And this was something I haven't heard anyone else propose that could be the source of the outbreak:

"Cryptic adaptation to humans. It is also possible that a progenitor to SARS-CoV-2 jumped from a non-human animal to humans, with the genomic features described above acquired through adaptation during subsequent human-to-human transmission. We surmise that once these adaptations were acquired (either together or in series) it would enable the outbreak to take-off, producing a sufficiently large and unusual cluster of pneumonia cases to trigger the surveillance system that ultimately detected it."

In other words, it's possible that something like this occurred: the virus jumped from animal to human, then mutated further as it was being carried around by one of those humans, and finally, it mutated into the very virulent strain that it is today. Remember, there are four common coronaviruses that just cause the common cold. After making the jump to humans, it could have had symptoms similar to the common cold so none of the hospitals thought anything about it. Finally, weeks, months later, it could have mutated inside a certain individual into a very virulent strain. Boom, now you have patient Zero. He could be a worker at the fish market so he is spreading it there as well as spreading it around on the bus going to and from work, and in his off hours spreading it at the local pub and Walmart. That could explain why half of the first 99 cases were tied to the fish market and half not.

"Thus the SARS-CoV-2 spike appears to be the result of selection on human or human-like ACE2 permitting another optimal binding solution to arise. This is strong evidence that SARS-CoV-2 is not the product of genetic engineering."

They also have a strong argument as to why the virus was probably not a collection from a bat that escaped from a lab. Read the paper, it's very interesting.

njbr
njbr

YOKOHAMA, Japan — About 500 passengers left the cruise ship Diamond Princess on Wednesday at the end of a much-criticized two-week quarantine aboard the vessel, docked in Japan, that failed to stop the spread of the new virus among passengers and crew....The quarantine’s flop was underlined as authorities announced 79 more cases, bringing the total on the ship to 621...

This is really opening the gates to a wider spread.

There was an infectious disease expert on board the other day, and he got so upset on how the "quarantine" was being handled that he was removed from the boat for his outbursts.

Examples..

....food was delivered to cabins, eaten in the cabin, and then dishes were picked up and washed in the ships kitchen by workers with bare hands and no masks....

...if a passenger wanted something, a paper note was passed to the staff, if there was a question related to the request, the question was written on the same note and passed back to the passenger--back and forth....

...some of the staff had masks and gloves, some didn't...

...fingerprints everywhere--walls, rails, windows....

Is this really how you handle a highly infectious disease? This explains exactly why the illness rate continues to increase in the cruise ship.

Were some the 500 people that walked off the ship today exposed yesterday or the morning of their departure from the ship? Who the hell knows?

William Janes
William Janes

I have profound skepticism on the authenticity of this Video. As much as I detest the CCP (Chinese Communist Party), propaganda videos attacking the CCP do not help the cause. Ask yourself if this is authentic, why does she refer to "Hong Kong", "Taiwan", and "Tibet.": those issues are entirely separate from the CCP's disastrous incompetence in handling the Corona Virus calamity.

St. Funogas
St. Funogas

Anybody have any idea why the 746 PUI (Persons Under Investigation) on Washington State Health Department's website are not listed on the CDC's list of PUI's as well? They only list 479 in the entire country. Both were updated yesterday (Washington) or today (CDC).

tokidoki
tokidoki

And America will do better if this thing comes here yeah? Millions have no health insurance. The price of food will skyrocket. Medicine? Forget that, most of the ingredients come from China.

And if anyone hasn't noticed, our isolation centers are currently situated in densely populated areas including New Jersey. Why not Wyoming or Alaska?

If the virus goes viral here, expect Bernie Sanders as president. Full stop.

abend237-04
abend237-04

@St. Funogas @Anda or anyone else:

I've been searching CDC, Scripps, etc. to see how they go about detecting a virus mutation. So far, it all looks like after the fact data gathering and analysis, analogous to sending a team of forensic experts to a mass murder scene for crime prevention.
They obviously have the means to plot viruses individually, why not convert the data to 3D and input it to a TIN app, partition the data, send elements plus relevant computation primitives to, say, a couple billion of the almost entirely idle mainframe-caliber mobile phones being used as pocket warmers around the world. Store it there and trigger when needed in testing for net change. If they're dealing with just a few well-known problem child RNA regions and looking for net change, (the virus isn't trying to hide, unlike, say, a missile launcher in Siberia) it knows we don't have the processor power to find it. I'll pick 20, in ignorance, the factorial is 2.43 X 10 18th, a non-starter even with a quantum alu, it's the sequential staging and setup, not the processing delay that's the problem. That could go from decades to hours with enough processors thrown at it. Over...?

bolto
bolto

China to replace billions of paper bills in an effort to contain the spread of virus.

There is speculation that this is in preparation to country wide of shutting down internet. Speculation came because current data does not show that spread of virus via money notes is a source (though theoretically possible). And if it is not an immediate significant impact, why pumping so much paper money into the market?


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