The other day I was watching a program on YouTube, and one of the guests started talking about the Chinese virus in reference to COVID-19.
Ordinarily this channel on YouTube is something I enjoy listening to, but on this occasion I had to turn the program off.
I refuse to get sucked into this sporting event that they’ve made of politics.
There is only one party rule in United States – the Corporate Party.
On the surface, Trump is its current leader.
There is no right versus left in American politics except in the giant game show that the elites have made out of what used to be legitimate political discourse in America.
There’s no Schumer versus McConnell.
There is no Trump versus the anti-Trumpers. They are all on the same team.
I know you, the reader, like the battle. I know that you want there to be a battle.
But there is no battle.
Trump is the President of the United States. He can do whatever he wants in battling the coronavirus. If he doesn’t do it, it’s because he doesn’t want to do it.
If he wants Fauci to shut up, he can make Fauci shut up. He has a million and one tools to make him shut up.
If the Corporate Party can make the Dixie chicks go away, they can make Fauci go away.
If Trump says something stupid like the Chinese virus, it’s because he wants to promote this idiotic right versus left sporting event with regard to the coronavirus.
He knows full well that this virus was a bio-weapon and that this bio-weapon was developed by the United States of America.
Why would the Chinese develop a bio weapon, lay it down in their own country so that it can be dragged into Iran and Italy, two countries which they’re trying to establish vital relationships?
Important business connections exist between Wuhan and both Milan and Tehran.
No, it makes much more sense that the United States developed this bio-weapon, laid this down in Wuhan with the intent that it be dragged back to Milan and Tehran to cause tremendous damage to these countries so as to destroy relationships between China and Italy and China and Iran.
The United States has been looking for some time now for a way to bring Iran back into its fold.
Our leaders, sick puppies that they are, greedy puppies that they are, need Iran’s oil and natural gas so as to corner the worlds supply on these vital energy resources.
Our sick leaders are terrified of the emergence of China as a world power.
Unable to live in peace, our leaders have consequently chosen to hem China in by cutting off its supply of oil and natural gas.
Of course, our leaders could strengthen our position by bringing manufacturing back to America, but that would, of course, mean less profits for them.
So they engage in dirty tricks and China-bating instead.
Our leaders have only one card left now – war.
They’ve run out of scams.
They’ve outsourced our jobs, stolen our savings, fleeced us in the dot.com bubble, robbed our homes in the real estate crisis, enriched themselves in their war games, and destroyed our businesses with the lockdown; so what’s left but global war?
To that end they devise idiotic terms like the Chinese virus so as to create an enemy out of China.
It’s a dangerous game, and not just because it’s untrue.
It’s a dangerous game because China is not some backwards nation anymore.
Furthermore, China is not going to sit back and take it.
After suffering through the 100 years of shame between 1850 and 1950, they’re not in the mood to take orders off anyone.
They will fight.
Of course, our leaders don’t care. Our leaders make money off war.
How about you?
How will you fare in a war against China?
We should ask questions when people use terms like the Chinese virus.
- Why use the term Chinese virus?
- Is the President of the United States stating that China developed COVID-19 as a bio-weapon to be used against us?
- If so, why would China develop a weapon to be used against its number one trading partner? How would that benefit China?
- Why would China lay the weapon down in its own country?
- Why would China permit the virus to be dragged back to both Italy and Iran, two countries with which it is trying to establish important business relationships?
Of course, asking questions is taxing mentally.
It’s much simpler to use the term Chinese virus.
Archer Crosley, MD
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