Something is fishy


April 13

  • Wuhan to Shanghai = 839km
  • Wuhan to Beijing = 1,152km
  • Wuhan to Milan = 15,000km
  • Wuhan to NY= 15,000km

The coronavirus started in Wuhan yet there is no effect of coronavirus in nearby Beijing or Shanghai but many deaths in Italy, Iran, European countries and USA.

All business areas of China are now safe. Something is fishy.

America is not just blaming China without a reason.

Even today, India is locked down but all the cities of China are open. China has also announced the opening of Wuhan from April 8. Not a single leader in China has tested positive for the deadly coronavirus. Something is fishy.

The virus has ruined many economies around the world. Many have had to close their borders in an attempt to contain and control the spread of the coronavirus. Thousands have lost their lives, millions have now got this disease, countless people have been locked in their homes and many countries have placed their citizens on lock down. Something is fishy.

The coronavirus originated from the city of Wuhan in China and has now reached every corner of the world, but the virus did not reach China’s capital Beijing and China’s Economic Capital Shanghai, located in close proximity to Wuhan itself. Something is fishy
Today Paris is closed, New York is closed, Berlin is closed, Delhi is closed, Mumbai is closed, Tokyo is closed, the world’s major economic and political centres are closed, but Beijing and Shanghai are open. No coronavirus effect is seen in either city. There were only a few cases but the virus had no real effect on Beijing and Shanghai. Something is fishy.

Beijing is the city where all the leaders of China live, including their military leaders. There is no lock down in Beijing. Something is fishy

Shanghai is the city that runs China’s economy. It is the economic capital of China, where all the rich people of China live and run major industries. There is no lockdown here, there is no effect of the coronavirus there. Something is fishy

Beijing and Shanghai are the areas adjoining Wuhan. The virus from Wuhan reached every corner of the world, but the virus did not affect Beijing and Shanghai. Something is fishy
Another big thing is, that the worldwide share market has fallen by almost half. In India also the Nifty has gone from 12 thousand to 7 thousand, but the share market of China was at 3,000 and just merely dropped to 2,700. Something is fishy

This leaves one to speculate that the coronavirus is a bio-chemical weapon of China, which China used to carry out destruction in the world in order to gain economic supremacy.
China has now put this virus under control, maybe they also have the antidote/ vaccine that they are not sharing with the world ever or will do when it is in their best interest to do so. Something is fishy

Hollywood stars, Australia’s Home Minister, Britain’s Prime Minister and Health Minister, Spain’s Prime Minister’s wife, Canada’s Prime Minister’s wife, and Britain’s Prince Charles, among others, have contracted the coronavirus, but not a single political leader in China, not a single military commander in China have tested positive for coronavirus.


Bill Girard

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  1. We resident British Nationals can compare lockdown regulations between UK & here & see the differences.For many weeks we have adhered to the strict regime as responsible persons.Even with some small relaxation it is still hard for all.I am a pensioner & so pleased at being out”on parole” for time allowed as purely exercise.This must be good news to the Norwegian lady who wrote about being so often stopped by Police & had to produce a receipt.As a single person I am fortunate ,can do my own shopping & attend to my needs.Before retiring my adult years were spent in the Armed Forces & later self-employed in both the UK & Spain.Therefore I have complete sympathy with those small businesses who will,at best,suffer crippling financial losses & sadly many others will inevitably go to the wall. All that effort & talent will be lost through no fault of their own.I can appreciate the sense of despair.Believe me,it is not an easy career choice to follow.Some of my relatives are employed in the NHS,Police & Military,each working long hours & we all know at serious risk to themselves & their families of catching this dreadful disease.To get to the supermarket in my town I have to pass the tobacco shop.There is always a waiting queue ,likewise at the Post Office but that has been on restricted hours & for many of us still,a letter ensuring correct postage rate is so welcome.These two I notice are only the ones with waiting public outside.This then appears to elevate those who need their daily fix of nicotine to the level of these other services as essential to life ,in the opinion of the Spanish Government.The Mayor of our town attends most of the foreign festivities,always stressing how much he welcomes our numbers to his country.Perhaps some of us may be thinking if this is necessary to maintain a quality of life in our adopted country & do we find this acceptable as a priority. Alice


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