Spanish – The communist regime in China desperately seeks to remove responsibility for the origin of the COVID-19 from its shoulders. The negligence with which they handled the issue seems to have burdened Xi Jinping.
Now he is using his media to spread a new theory that the COVID-19 did not originate in the Wuhan market, but on the other side of the world, in Western countries, such as Brazil and Canada, through imported frozen foods.
Through conjecture, the communist newspaper Global Times claims that the virus arrived in China through these imports, while those interviewed only insist on the need for further investigation.
The news portal belongs in turn to People’s Daily, the official newspaper of the Communist Party of China, which is why the new investigation is another strategy to generate opinion matrixes as other communist regimes such as those of Cuba and Venezuela often do.
“Although it might be too early to jump to conclusions, the possibility that the coronavirus was passed on from cold-chain products into Wuhan cannot be ruled out,” the alleged report admits.
It adds that the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) detected and isolated the live coronavirus in a positive sample from the outer packaging of frozen cod.
Based on the alleged “clues,” the communist website states that seafood imported from several countries -such as Argentina and Ecuador- was contaminated with the novel coronavirus. It also mentions the United States, Brazil, Chile, Germany, and Canada regarding meat and fruit imports.
The Chinese regime is hiding behind its own studies, forgetting that it prohibited access to the Wuhan market for experts from the World Health Organization (WHO), in complicity with the international organization’s own leadership.
An “anonymous expert” who testified to the Global Times indicated that the infections caused by imports from the cold chain could be due to other countries being seriously affected by the virus.
“We cannot conclude so far if the coronavirus existed in other countries before the early cases showed in Wuhan,” he says.
He also blames Italy for indicating that the virus was circulating in that country since September 2019.
Hiding the truth
The Xi Jinping government dismissed the scope of the virus from the beginning and silenced experts’ warnings. Now it seeks to silence the true origin of the virus.
At least a week before they first announced it in January, the Chinese government knew that the new coronavirus could spread among humans, said Yuen Kwok-Yung, a researcher at the University of Hong Kong.
The expert claims to have alerted the government on January 12 to the suspected human transmission of SARS-CoV-2, which caused COVID-19, but his warnings were not made public until January 19, according to the BBC.
Physician Li Wenliang also tried to alert his colleagues in early December; no one heeded his warning. Months later, he died while treating infected patients.
China’s intention to rewrite this story began a few months ago when it advised people not to eat imported salmon because it was linked to a resurgence in Beijing. The product came from Denmark, Norway, and Australia.
Since then, a series of events related to imports have occurred, and they demonstrate the regime’s eagerness to annul its responsibility regarding a virus that has left more than 1.5 million people dead around the world.