Corona Virus: Should We Worry

The official data coming out of China and from other sources including the World Health Organisation (WHO) on the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus continues to suggest an exponential growth rate. With more and more infectious disease experts are now openly calling the virus a full-blown global pandemic although acording to dictionary definitions it is some way short of that so far, many people are asking should we in the west be worried and how bad might things get?

It’s worth noting at this point that the data we do have, is mostly from the Chinese government, and therefore must be treated as suspect. Unconformed reports from westerners inside China suggest the situation is far worse than the authorities are willing to admit.

Unusually, given the usual sequence of events when these scares occur, Western news media, usually the first to start pumping up the fear and panic, seems intent on downplaying the current threat by trying to convince us that the standard flu is more dangerous. Which is absolutely untrue, at least in terms of survivability.

So, we must continue to educate ourselves as best we can.

Naturally cospiracy theorists in the side of the Military – Industrial complex are floating the possibility that the outbreak is a biowarfare attack on China by the CIA.  Were this so, it would be a highly effective means of destabilizing the regime as a point where China’s campaign to displace the USA as world No. 1 superpower looks to be succeeding.

The situation in Hong Kong, as many commentators have observed, looks suspiciously like another CIA engineered “color revolution” concocted to pair with the pressures exerted by the Trade War. A deadly epidemic to disrupt the Chinese economy on the back of that could be one crisis too many and lead to a collapse of confidence in the Communist Party and government when the economy is already teetering on the balance of a debt bubble implosion.

The CIA may have infiltrated the lab in Wuhan and arranged for the release of the weaponized virus…then followed that up with a leak of the fact that it is a weaponized virus, along with evidence to back up the claim, resulting in international condemnation and sanctions for violating international laws and treaties regarding that kind of weapons technology along with outrage from its population for gross negligence.

There were certainly suspicions of DARPA involvement in the development of the new and unusually lethal strain of Ebola virus that hit West Africa a few years ago. And as with that Ebolas virus, as soon as cases of the Wuhan coronavirus were reported in the USA, scientists were claiming they had the vaccine ‘almost ready.’ Funny how vaccines usually take years to develop but in the case of these fear-and-panic pandemics they are ‘almost ready’ within days. One would be forgiven for thinking there is something dodgy going on.

It also seems too convenient that the “Phase 1” trade deal between the USA and China was signed right around the same time that the viral outbreak began. What better way to deflect claims of a US bio attack than for Trump to show America’s willingness to “work with” China.

Add the fact that the outbreak began during the biggest Chinese national holiday, when people would be socializing en masse and travelling across the country to visit relatives and then back home again after the holiday.  PERFECT timing to disseminate the virus and prevent it from being contained.  Is it any wonder conspiracy theories are proliferating?

And also let’s not forget the bizarre Swine Flu epidemic that wiped out the entire pig farming industry in China in 2019, pork being the biggest protein staple in the Chinese diet.  Destabilizing economically and socially.

If only I had though of all this as a plot for a novel before it started actually happening.

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