ACT One, Scene One, was in China. And the theatre of Covid-19 will end there too.
As we witness large protests in numerous Chinese cities against the Zero Covid regime, where the people have lost patience with repeated lockdowns and forced PCR testing, can we be sure that we are getting the full story?
Remember the video footage of citizens collapsing in the street from the new deadly plague, the hospitals built in three days, and the celebratory events after the severe but apparently successful confinement in Wuhan? None of this was real.
Indeed, all is never what it seems in China. That’s because the authorities have complete control over the truth. It’s the ideal dictatorship for globalists.
Arguably, China has been a laboratory for a new world order since the communist revolution. While regarded by liberal Western society as oppressive, Beijing was supported behind the scenes.
Following Deng Xiaoping’s reforms, China has rebalanced geopolitics, and its awesome economic boom and technological prowess challenged US hegemony in a process facilitated by American corporations and the former President, Bill Clinton.
The betrayal of Western interests that allowed China to prosper as it bought off America’s greedy elite is brilliantly tracked by Lee Smith here.
At a Liberal Party event in 2013, before becoming prime minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau was asked which other country he most admired. He responded: ‘There is a level of admiration I actually have for China. Their basic dictatorship is actually allowing them to turn their economy around on a dime’.
This remark is not so surprising now. Trudeau imposed one of the strictest Covid regimes in the world, and in January 2022 his vaccine mandates led to a truckers’ convoy that parked outside the parliament in Ottawa.
Outrageously, Trudeau invoked the Emergencies Act and sent heavily-armed police to remove the truckers, who had behaved peacefully throughout their 23 days in the frost.
Trudeau, who constantly pontificates on his liberal values, acted as a dictator, supported by bought media. At the public enquiry last week, we heard that ministers wanted to use tanks. This could have been Trudeau’s Tiananmen Square incident.
Dan Andrews, premier of Victoria state in Australia, is another authoritarian Sinophile. Under ‘Kim Jong Dan’, as he was dubbed by the resistance, Chinese instruction was taken in riot policing methods, and quasi-military anti-terrorist tactics were deployed against civilians who were merely attending freedom rallies in Melbourne.
In the UK, China was praised for its uncompromising Zero Covid practices by Neil Ferguson, the modeller of doom at Imperial College, by SAGE member (and communist) Susan Michie, by Independent SAGE extremist Martin McKee, and by former Health Secretary (now Chancellor) Jeremy Hunt. They all told us that China got it right.
Incredibly, the huge populace of China has had fewer recorded cases of Covid-19 than neighbouring Mongolia and Taiwan, only recently overtaking Luxembourg on the United Nations Worldometer database. For the international ranking of Covid mortality, you must scroll down to 220th place.
Despite being the source of the virus, China has had merely four deaths per million, compared with 3,300 in the US, 2,873 in the UK and 598 in Taiwan. This absurdity is never questioned in the media.
Lockdown lovers have gone quiet now. Here, there is a sense of revisionism about this unprecedented removal of basic human rights and access to healthcare, although no apologies are issued by those who promoted such a destructive policy. With critical coverage in mainstream media, the scenes from China have licensed the collaborators, the complicit and the compliant to support demonstrations against lockdown.
British media reaction is staggeringly hypocritical given its blanket ignoring, censoring and smearing of the lockdown protests and marches here in the UK.
Yesterday’s Guardian audaciously criticised Chinese newspapers for failing to cover the protests in the country. Yet, at a London lockdown protest rally in 2021, I met a Guardian journalist who told me that his factual report would be butchered at the editor’s desk; indeed, his crowd estimate was reduced to ‘thousands’ and a few provoked arrests became the headline.
No one, I note, is calling the Chinese protesters a ‘small fringe gathering of Right-wingers and conspiracy theorists’. Funny, that. Contrast the furore when BBC journalist Edward Lawrence was beaten and arrested by police while covering a protest in Shanghai with our public broadcaster’s silence when this frequently happened to peaceful anti-lockdown protesters in London.
The cruelty of the Chinese public health puritanism should be a lesson for the world. The spark for protest was a fire in a high-rise apartment block in Urumqi, in which ten people died. The victims could not escape because they had been padlocked into their apartments for strict quarantine. Their desperate, futile messages on social media before they burned alive horrified their compatriots, who bravely took to the streets.
But I fear that the lesson will not be learned. With awkward timing, Charles Michel, president of the European Council, is visiting China on December 1. But he is unlikely to denounce the treatment of protesters, or to ask why vast detention camps have been built. Xi is not going to be overthrown.
In a recent interview on Chinese television, Klaus Schwab, head of the World Economic Forum, said that ‘we should be careful in imposing systems, but the Chinese model is certainly a very attractive model for quite a number of countries’.
Clearly, atheist China is seen as the vanguard of the technocracy that globalists wish to apply worldwide – a social credit system, cashless society, advanced digital surveillance and an omnipotent biosecurity state.
Revealingly, Schwab referred to Covid-19 as a ‘transformation period’. The Great Reset has been so well served by the pandemic that it seems that the Rockefeller Foundation’s ‘lockstep’ scenario presented in 2010 has been successfully enacted.
My suspicion is that China has been used as centrepiece of a plandemic, and that the job is done. Media are encouraged to show the unrest, because this is the curtain call to a contrived global crisis. Now the globalists want to break the spell, and continue with their dystopian project by other means.