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Easing COVID-19 Restrictions: A Stupid Idea? Genocide? – Veterans Today

The fat orange Fuhrer’s sole remaining braincell has succumbed to dementia, so he has been deposed,in secret of course, and he is far too moronic to even realise it

[Editor’s note: Today, our own mini-Trump, the equally horrendous, truly disgusting and utterly corrupt pig of a man Boris Johnson has allowed non-essential shops and businesses to re-open, leading to huge crowds of extremely stupid, incredibly shallow, utterly vain and hopelessly greedy morons to queue outside them. It is as if these pig ignorant sheeple are actually trying to spread the virus and get sick.

Ooh, Primark is open, I simply must rush down there and buy some cheap, shitty slave labour made rubbish so I can look good when I’m a corpse in a pine box. Fucking idiots.

If Boris had bothered to care about the implications, he might have noticed that in countries that failed to take proper precautions, such as Sweden, people are fleeing the country to escape the virus and many more have died than would if the Swedish govt. had taken the right advice and imposed a proper lockdown.

Meanwhile in China, and it might as well have been the dark side of the moon, for all the attention Boris took, Beijing is experienced a fresh outbreak and is cautioning other countries to pay heed before choosing to relax restrictions – eminently sensible advice that should be well heeded by all nations.

The fat orange Fuhrer’s sole remaining braincell has succumbed to dementia, so he has been deposed, in secret of course, and he is far too moronic to even realise it…

Over the pond in the former United States of America, where the senile, demented Fuhrer has secretly been deposed by Reichsmarchall Barr, protesters continue to flood the streets while super-spreaders working for the evil Trump regime mingle among them, ensuring that the hundreds of thousands of COVID-19 deaths in the Reich will soon become millions.

Of course, it is perfectly understandable that people would wish to protest the imposition of a Fourth Reich police state complete with it’s own neo-Gestapo and uniformed stormtroopers to beat down any and all opposition, but the consequences for the health of the Reich’s citizens will be nothing short of genocidal in nature.

Reichsmarchall Barr is your new despot, but don’t tell Herr Trump von Fucktardstein

Maybe this was the plan all along – have one of their jackbooted thugs murder an innocent black citizen in full view of the public gaze, knowing full well it would bring the masses out onto the streets in protest where they can easily be infected with the evil bioweapon the Reich developed in 2007 at the University of North Carolina.

You see, a few hundred thousand dead Reich citizens isn’t a sufficiently genocidal pogrom for the Zio-Nazis, they crave a Holocaust; huge mounds of dead, preferably dark skinned, being bulldozed into pits while they fool the semi-educated Trumptards into thinking all is fine as the NaziDaq is up a few points.

I know these are very trying times, that people are desperate for a return to normality, that many wish to protest, but come on, what the fuck has happened to good old-fashioned common sense?

Don’t you realise that the whole point of these so-called protesters pulling down statues and defacing anything even remotely ‘offensive’ is all designed to start a race war?

It’s a very simple trick – piss off the dark skinned folks by slaughtering them in public so they get all riled up and start destroying the history of the pale skinned folks, which does no-one any good at all. How long before we see the first ‘protesters’ killed by those who refuse to accept the public execution of their cultural legacy?

The world is a bucket of petrol right now and the ZioNazis are throwing burning matches at it, should they manage to hit the target, the whole place is going to go up in flames and they may just get that ‘everyone dies except the 500 million slaves needed to keep us in disgustingly opulent luxury’ scenario they are so keen to achieve.

Don’t be a fool, don’t walk into their trap, calm down, think rationally and remember, we are all the same race, the human race, and anyone who dares say otherwise is a total an complete mental retard in denial of the hard facts of biology and science.

Oh, and to those who still insist the virus is a hoax, please rush to your local Primark before they run out of shitty, cheap trainers made by a small child chained to a bench in a slave factory in Asia before they run out, free COVID-19 with every pair! Ian]

South China Morning Post
New Covid-19 outbreak at Chinese market is a warning for countries around world looking to ease restrictions

by Hollie Chik

  • Health experts say outbreak is a reminder for all nations to stay vigilant and be ready to test and contact trace at the first sign of resurgence
  • Fishing industry reassures Hong Kong diners that salmon in city does not come through Beijing and unlikely to be affected

Beijing had gone 55 days without a locally transmitted case of Covid-19 until a sudden outbreak hit the city last week, leading to warnings from disease experts that the virus remains a global threat even as some countries are easing quarantines and other measures to contain it.

“This outbreak is an important reminder about the ongoing threat posed by Covid-19,” said Michael Baker, professor of public health at the University of Otago in New Zealand.

“Most countries that have contained Covid-19 have had setbacks, with outbreaks occurring even after quite long periods without cases,” said Baker, adding that eliminating the virus remained the goal to protect lives.

While the outbreak in Beijing took authorities by surprise, the World Health Organisation warned a week ago that global Covid-19 cases were surging worldwide. On June 8, WHO director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said global infections had reached a record high of more than 136,000 cases the day before on June 7.

Because the virus has already shown its ability to rapidly spread across borders through transport networks, the new outbreak in Beijing is likely to serve as a warning to all cities and countries about the threat of reinfections as they lift restrictions to get businesses and economies working again.

Coronavirus outbreak at Beijing food market fuels fears of second wave
15 Jun 2020

The outbreak in China’s capital has been linked to the Xinfadi wholesale food market, with traces of the virus found in areas used for processing imported salmon.

Experts said fish were not known carriers of the virus that caused Covid-19, but that did not stop major supermarkets from taking salmon off their shelves.

Baker said the Covid-19 virus was a respiratory pathogen that infected humans and potentially some other mammals.

“As far as we know, [the virus] Sars-CoV-2 cannot infect aquatic food animals, such as salmon or other fish,” he said.

“A more likely scenario is that the cutting board or fish was contaminated by an infected person working in or visiting the market.”

The new Beijing outbreak began on June 11 and so far 79 new infections have been found after mass testing on nearly 76,500 people associated with Xinfadi market, the city’s biggest, according to the Beijing Health Commission.

An infectious disease expert says it is not likely fish carried the new coronavirus, sparking the recent Beijing outbreak. Photo: AFP

Clinical academic researcher Craig Anderson said the big number of people who passed through the market and the hygiene conditions there were problematic.

“I suspect the physical distancing and hand hygiene measures were suboptimal,” said the professor of neurology and epidemiology who serves as executive director of The George Institute, China, at Peking University Health Science Centre in Beijing.

New spike in Covid-19 cases in Beijing mirrors early stages of outbreak in Wuhan
13 Jun 2020

For salmon to have Covid-19, it would require salmon to ingest sewage water carrying Covid-19 and then be culled soon after, according to Sanjaya Senanayake, an infectious diseases specialist at the Australian National University.

“It seems far more likely that people involved in cutting the salmon or handling the cutting boards or cutting knives had Covid-19 and were the ones who contaminated the cutting board,” he said.

Staying alert was the key to preventing a Covid-19 resurgence, said Senanayake. He said the novel coronavirus was “clearly a persistent infection” which “will not go away so easily”.

“All nations will have to maintain vigilance for a resurgence of cases and ensure that they have the capacity for rapid and voluminous testing, effective contact tracing and the willingness to reinstitute restrictions in the event that a resurgence of cases occurs,” Senanayake said.

On Monday, the Beijing Health Commission said that anyone who has been to the Xinfadi market or had had close contact with market salespeople since May 30 should report for a Covid-19 test.

It urged anyone showing symptoms such as fever, cough, and sore throat to promptly report to the nearest medical institution.

A security guard checks temperatures as people enter Youan Hospital for Covid-19 testing in Beijing on Monday. Beijing conducted more than 76,000 people on Monday. Photo: EPA-EFE

In Hong Kong, importers said the city did not import salmon from Beijing, and local businesses had no plans to cut imports and sales of the popular seafood in the city.

“Most places of origin of salmon in Hong Kong are Norway, Canada and to a lesser extent Chile,” said Lee Choi-wah, chairman of the Hong Kong Chamber of Seafood Merchants. “Frozen and fresh salmon usually come to Hong Kong directly by ship and air, and don’t come through mainland China. ”

Lee said the Covid-19 virus found on the chopping board in the fish market in Beijing most likely came from an infected worker there, as the fishermen and exporters in the salmon’s place of origin had few opportunities to pass on and contaminate the product.

He said workers in exporting countries such as Norway and Canada were usually involved in simple procedures – catching fish with a net and removing their internal organs – while workers in Beijing would be responsible for peeling off the fin and scale and chopping the fish into parts for consumption.

Lee, who represents more than 100 importers in the industry, said he had not heard of plans to reduce salmon imports.

“Locals can make up their own minds and avoid eating salmon for a few days if they are really worried.”

Cheung Siu-keung, chairman of the Hong Kong Fishermen Consortium which represents some 90 per cent of fishermen in the city, agreed that the risk of transmission by his counterparts in Norway or Canada was small.

“Most fishermen are out at sea for at least one and a half months each time they go on a fishing trip. They are practically self-isolated from the population,” he said.

Additional reporting by Victor Ting


Ian Greenhalgh is a photographer and historian with a particular interest in military history and the real causes of conflicts.

His studies in history and background in the media industry have given him a keen insight into the use of mass media as a creator of conflict in the modern world.

His favored areas of study include state-sponsored terrorism, media manufactured reality and the role of intelligence services in manipulation of populations and the perception of events.

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