The Western leaders who have advocated – or even attempted – such policies in civilized and free societies should look to the massacre that authoritarian President Xi Jinping (above) has unleashed on the good and long-suffering people of China, who and finally fight back, then hold their heads full of shame

I believe the deranged fantasy of Zero Covid is one of the greatest atrocities committed against humans in modern times.

Zero Covid equals Zero Freedom, Zero Spontanity, Zero Contact, Zero Humanity, Zero Education, Zero Growth and, most horrifyingly, from a basic science perspective, Zero Immunity.

Attempting to eradicate an airborne, highly contagious virus that has already swept the world several times is a foolish message.

Those Western leaders who have advocated – or even attempted – such policies in civilized and free societies should look to the carnage unleashed by authoritarian President Xi Jinping on the good and long-suffering people of China, who have been pushed to their limits and finally fight back, then keep their heads in shame.

Like Jacinda Ardern who treated New Zealand like a prison island, forbidding its hapless citizens to leave or return for more than two years, and Justin Trudeau who abolished the basic human rights of Canadians exercising their right to bodily autonomy.

Then there’s the outrageous claim by Scottish nationalist leader Nicola Sturgeon, whose chief pandemic adviser Devi Sridhar was a telegenic Zero Covid zealot, that her country’s failure to eradicate the virus alone was because of pesky English folks who called the non-existent cross border.

Perhaps no one was more evangelical about China’s approach than current British Chancellor Jeremy Hunt – recently imprisoned in an anti-democratic coup – who spent weeks raving that the British government, then led by Boris Johnson, should follow its policies and even lobbied the health authorities . minister to lock Britons who test positive for Covid in Chinese-style quarantine facilities.

The Western leaders who have advocated – or even attempted – such policies in civilized and free societies should look to the massacre that authoritarian President Xi Jinping (above) has unleashed on the good and long-suffering people of China, who and finally fight back, then hold their heads full of shame

Like Jacinda Ardern Who Treated New Zealand Like A Prison Island, Forbidding Its Hapless Citizens To Leave Or Return For More Than Two Years, And Justin Trudeau Who Abolished The Basic Human Rights Of Canadians Exercising Their Right To Bodily Autonomy

Like Jacinda Ardern who treated New Zealand like a prison island, forbidding its hapless citizens to leave or return for more than two years, and Justin Trudeau who abolished the basic human rights of Canadians exercising their right to bodily autonomy

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There’s the outrageous claim by Scottish nationalist leader Nicola Sturgeon that her country only failed to eradicate the virus because of pesky English people crossing the non-existent border, and perhaps no one was more evangelical about China’s approach than the current British Chancellor Jeremy Hunt

It was abundantly clear to anyone without a dictatorial streak that the longer such horrors were inflicted on a population in what would ultimately be a futile attempt to keep Covid at bay, the longer the pain and horror of the pandemic and lockdowns would linger.

In the end, most people in the West were able to ignore months of harmful government propaganda scares to realize that policies related to Zero Covid have very little to do with a virus and everything to do with control.

Which brings us today to the pitiful state of China, where 35 months since the first reported discovery of Covid, the Chinese people are still subject to torturous, draconian and, frankly, dangerous restrictions in their daily lives.

Testing and isolation is constant; government officials in safety suits, robots and drones patrol the streets barking orders; while a simple trip to the store can put you in a prison-like quarantine camp for weeks.

People Chant Slogans As They Gather On The Streets Of Shanghai Amid An Outburst Of Anger Against Xi Jinping'S Authoritarian Rule On Nov. 27

People chant slogans as they gather on the streets of Shanghai amid an outburst of anger against Xi Jinping’s authoritarian rule on Nov. 27

Mr Lawrence Was Beaten And Kicked By The Police Officers And Held For 'Several Hours' Before Being Released As Chinese Officials Tried To Crack Down On Media And Protesters In The City

This Is When Chinese Police Suddenly Dragged Mr. Lawrence Along As A Wave Of Civil Unrest Swept Through The Country

I think the mainstream broadcast media has at least caught up to the horror of the Zero Covid tactic, with BBC reporter Ed Lawrence (left) even being detained and violently assaulted while covering the unrest in Shanghai

So determined to fool his people, Xi’s henchmen have even censored matches at the World Cup to edit footage of packed stadiums with maskless fans.

Against all odds, given the brutality of the authorities to put down even the slightest hint of civil unrest, brave Chinese freedom fighters are taking to the streets in Shanghai, Beijing, Xi’An, Urumqi, Nanjing and Wuhan, Covid’s Ground Zero, shouting, “Down with the Chinese Communist Party! Get rid of Xi Jinping.”

God bless their brave souls; I pray that more people will seize the opportunity to make a real revolution possible.

The spark for such unprecedented protests – the most notable since Tiananmen Square in 1989 – was an apartment fire in Xinjiang, where increasingly ludicrous Covid measures have reportedly resulted in the loss of at least ten lives, including a three-year-old, whose entire time on Earth was destroyed by Covid totalitarianism.

The persecuted Uyghurs, locked indoors for months and under constant surveillance, were likely trapped in a growing inferno as the doors were sealed by the authorities to keep everyone inside, all in the name of – you guessed it – Zero Covid.

China Is Experiencing An Unprecedented Wave Of Covid That Has Led To Strict Lockdowns, Testing Regimes And Mask Mandates

China is experiencing an unprecedented wave of Covid that has led to strict lockdowns, testing regimes and mask mandates

While this is unlikely to happen, Xi, the evil leader of the Chinese Communist Party, deserves to fall for the unrelenting pain and horror he has inflicted on his citizens.

Not to mention the obvious fact that if China had not tried to cover up the Covid-19 outbreak in the first place, most likely inadvertently leaked from a laboratory, the world would not have known the danger of the past two years. year in the first place.

Every major international leader and organization should condemn Zero Covid and Xi in no uncertain terms.

But predictably there is a stony silence from the likes of the World Health Organization, critics accused of being complicit in China’s Covid cover-up from the start.

I think the mainstream broadcast media has at least caught up to the horror of the Zero Covid tactic, with BBC reporter Ed Lawrence even being detained and violently assaulted while covering the Shanghai unrest.

It Was Abundantly Clear To Anyone Without A Dictatorial Streak That The Longer Such Horrors Were Inflicted On A Population In What Would Ultimately Be A Futile Attempt To Keep Covid At Bay, The Longer The Pain And Horror Of The Pandemic And Lockdowns Would Last.

It was abundantly clear to anyone without a dictatorial streak that the longer such horrors were inflicted on a population in what would ultimately be a futile attempt to keep Covid at bay, the longer the pain and horror of the pandemic and lockdowns would last.

If only the Beeb, CNN, Channel 4, Sly News and the like had been just as interested when Western governments committed such an affront to civil liberties in the name of Covid.

Instead, as I wrote here at the time, they zealously ignored the protests and the downturn and labeled freedom fighters as anti-vaxxers or conspiracy theorists to fit their narrative.

On the day of the BBC incident and growing coverage of Xi’s outrage over human rights, new British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will outline China’s soft policy of “robust pragmatism” in a speech in London tonight.

It is a far cry from Sunak on the campaign trail this summer, who insisted that China is “the biggest long-term threat to Britain and the world’s economic and national security.”

In July, a bombastic Sunak, desperate to win over Conservative Party supporters, went further, declaring, “Enough is enough. For far too long, politicians in Britain and across the West have rolled out the red carpet and turned a blind eye to China’s nefarious activities and ambitions. I will change this as PM on day one.”

If there’s any evidence that power corrupts, it’s Fishy Rishi’s weak approach after entering number 10.

Perhaps it is difficult for our leaders to condemn China over Zero Covid because it would be an admission that they overreacted massively to the threat of the virus for far too long, dooming us to the economic hellscape we are in now .

Or is it something sinister? Some of them probably like the unrelenting control, through constant surveillance, horrific censorship and the social credit system, that communist China now exerts over its citizens.

But China’s Zero Covid policy is becoming a humanitarian crisis.

It is time for the West to stand up and support the heroic protesters who are risking everything to challenge that tyrannical monster Xi.

I salute them all.