Shanghai’s Covid Lockdown Is Full of Holes
An American Drug Company in Shanghai
Pfizer Inc is more than just an American multinational pharmaceutical and biotechnology corporation.
Shortly before the suspicious outbreak of Covid19 in Shanghai, the city has just imported 100,000 blisters of Paxlovid from Pfizer Inc, treating mild COVID-19, priced at 460rmb for each. Traditional Chinese remedy Lotus Qingwen (连花清瘟) has already proven to be effective, costing less than 1rbm for a capsule. No wonder it’s hated by Pfizer associates.
The local agents of the corporate US in politics, business, medicine and media make the US multinational’ (especially drug companies’) profits matter more than human lives, which is why Shanghai was so ill-prepared (possibly deliberately) when it came to lockdown.
By the end of 2022, the Russian Defence Ministry is reported to have gained access to the US Department of Defence report on the Bio Programs in Ukraine, including a list of 30 labs, the names of 7 managers from the US Department of Defence and the key employees, as well as training with pathogens of particularly dangerous infections.
High-ranking participants in the US military bio program in Ukraine are said to include the vice president of CIA-controlled Tara O’Toole, and the president of the Department of International Research, Development and Medicine of Pfizer.
Blindman: Sir, what’s in store for me next year?
Pig the Fortuneteller: You’ll see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Blindman: You said the same for 2021 and 2022.
Pig the Fortuneteller: This time it’s real. The trend can’t be reversed.
Blindman: You sure?
Pig the Fortuneteller: Trust me, I’m a liver expert.
How Zhang Wenhong, a liver disease specialist, is able to present himself as China’s top expert on Covid-19 pneumonia and on public health is a question worth pondering, especially when you consider this is a man with a checked history of academic dishonesty. The guy obtained his PhD by copying 7,000 words nearly word by word from someone else’s research paper, and a Shanghai university that granted him the degree and later defended his plagiarism is equally questionable in its academic dignity.
Ever since 2020, for three years, Zhang Wenhong has consistently echoed Washington’s swear campaign against China, and worked hard on sabotaging Shanghai’s anti-epidemic efforts and misleading China’s anti-epidemic policies through his associates within the high levels of the government, by claiming, without presenting any evidence, that Covid-19 was originated in Wuhan, and by declaring that among all Covid-positive cases in Shanghai, 96 percent were non-symptomatic, a gross lie that was fabricated to coverup his associates’ failure in containing the massive infection in the city which spilled out all over the country.
Not all medical researchers and practitioners are doing their jobs to save people’s lives. Some mainly work for big drug companies to make profits, and some are plain killer doctors.
If apologies are enough, there will be no need for prisons in the world.
The same applies to Zhang Wenhong – If deleting his deceptive and fraudulent research papers and posts online is enough, there will be no need for a justice system in China.
However, Zhang Wenhong, the “spiritual leader” of the Covid colour revolution, and its mouthpieces, such as Old Hu and some segments in Shanghai and Beijing media, are just the public faces of the lobby groups within both governments representing multinationals’ interests.
The outbreaks in Shanghai are suspicious and I also suspect saboteurs.
All Things Chinese
With just one glance at that clown doctor’s face, you’ll know he’s a power-worshiper and fame-chaser and could do anything in order to climb up the social ladder, especially on the world stage. But he’s just a frontman. Those behind him are far more dangerous.
Will the Shanghai lessons be learned?
Delay to reward may cause doubts; deferring punishment could result in further negligence in duties, thus the force will lose its morale.
— a quote from The Art Of War, the earliest study on operant conditioning
Last Edit 5 Jan 2023