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German editor scathing: Demands €149 Billion In Damages for China’s greatest Export — Coronavirus

Posted By Jo Nova On April 21, 2020 @ 2:43 pm In Global Warming | Comments Disabled

And the global pile-on against China gathers speed


Julian Reichelt is editor-in-chief of the Bild, Germany’s largest paper. Their team calculated that China owed €149 billion to Germans for coronavirus damages. China’s embassy shot back that they reported everything according to WHO guidelines, that countries had time to prepare (for something “like the flu“, eh?) and that Bild was stirring up xenophobia and nationalism.

So Reichelt replied and addressed it to President Xi:

 ”You rule by surveillance. You wouldn’t be president without surveillance. You monitor everything, every citizen, but you refuse to monitor the diseased wet markets in your country. You shut down every newspaper and website that is critical of your rule, but not the stalls where bat soup is sold. You are not only monitoring your people, you are endangering them – and with them, the rest of the world.”

… “surveillance is a denial of freedom. And a nation that is not free, is not creative. A nation that is not innovative, does not invent anything. This is why you have made your country the world champion in intellectual property theft.

“China enriches itself with the inventions of others, instead of inventing on its own,” Reichelt wrote. “The reason China does not innovate and invent is that you don’t let the young people in your country think freely. China’s greatest export hit (that nobody wanted to have, but which has nevertheless gone around the world) is coronavirus.”

See ZeroHedge, which got banned from Twitter on this topic months ago (but was largely right and far ahead of the mainstream media).

If the Bat-soup from Wuhan turns out to be a Bat-Virus-Gift from Wuhan Labs, the international rock-tossing will be a magnitude more savage.

h/t Richard K

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