In China you can’t film dead people

We’ve told you before that news and information coming into and out of China is tightly controlled by the Communist government in Beijing, so there is very little “rogue journalism” that takes place.

With that in mind, the Chinese government is really sensitive about bad news getting out as well as any information that makes Communist leaders look bad or incompetent.

As such, it’s been really tough to trust anything Beijing has said in regards to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. “Official” reports stating the number of sick and dead have to be looked at with skepticism because all information is tightly regulated. 

Plus, almost on a daily basis now we see reports from trusted media sources that make us even more skeptical of what the Chinese government is telling the world regarding the virus’ spread.

As The Epoch Times reported earlier this week, a ‘citizen journalist’ from Wuhan, the city where the coronavirus epidemic began, was paid a visit by Chinese police after documenting something they didn’t want him to see or broadcast:

For days on end, [Fang Bin] had been driving around the town, documenting every step of the way with his phone to show the life in a now locked-down city.

On the morning of Feb. 1 alone, he had visited five hospitals where doctors hustled about in the packed halls and frantic patients groaned and sobbed. At the fifth hospital, he counted eight dead bodies from a funeral van, all within the five minutes after he arrived at the hospital. Inside, a sick man moaned and gasped for breath by the bedside of his father, who had already turned lifeless. Fang uploaded all of these moments to the internet.

About 7 p.m. local time, six masked men wearing HAZMAT gear visited him and demanded to take his temperature.

“You’ve been to dangerous places,” one of them said to him. “We have to find out whether you are infected or not.”

‘There should only be one voice’

The men claimed to be on-duty medical officers and that he was a “hazard” to others because he visited hospitals were patients sickened by the coronavirus were being treated. They broke into his home and ignored his repeated protests that he had no temperature — that he was fine.

But the half-dozen men weren’t there for him, per se; they were there to confiscate a laptop computer, a desktop computer, and his cellphone. And before long, Fang found himself at a police station, The Epoch Times reported.

Police interrogators accused him of “igniting a nuclear bomb” with images and video he reportedly uploaded to social media. He was accused of taking more from “foreign forces” before they threatened to keep him in quarantine for “creating fear” (yes, that’s a real crime thing in China, apparently).

“There should only be one voice, otherwise it will create chaos,” police told Fang.

In other words, only the government should be speaking to the world about the coronavirus China has unleashed on the world; that way, the propaganda can be carefully crafted and unchallenged.

Eventually, Fang was released and was given back his phone. But clearly, what happened to him was a warning: Don’t be uploading the truth to the Internet or it’s likely you’ll ‘disappear’ somewhere for a while, and maybe permanently.

In a post Feb. 3, he told followers that he had received thousands of friend requests on WeChat, a popular Chinese messaging platform (that is, of course, closely monitored by the government). It took him hours to respond to all of them, he said, noting that the Chinese state-run media warned of serious consequences for anyone who “spread rumors” about the virus.

It all smacks of dishonesty, of course, and it’s no wonder why the Chinese government simply cannot be trusted to be honest about the pandemic spreading throughout the country and beyond.

What are trying to hide?  Why are apparently healthy people simply collapsing in the street?


6 Responses to “In China you can’t film dead people”

  1. tapnewswiremember says:

    Be careful!
    Put a health warning on his reports.
    That article is from Mike Adams.
    Robert Steele is calling him a Zionist agent

    We are doubling down on the Wuhan virus as a Zionist attack on China. Mike Adams of Natural News, has put out a headline we consider to be absolute total bullshit and therefore an indicator — weak but none the less — that he could be a Zionist media asset or sayonim. Wuhan is at the intersection of biological warfare, electromagnetic warfare, and information warfare. China is under attack.

    Alert Reader reports: Adams is married to a Taiwanese citizen from a wealthy family; he met her while studying in Taiwan and reportedly speaks Chinese. He is a self-promoter, loves money, wants to be a guru — he may not be inherently evil but struck people who got to know him as being easily compromisable.

    • Tapestry says:

      Adams is another source with some good and some not so good, like all sources. I am getting similar stuff to his coming through on Facebook from Filipino sources with people just collapsing suddenly on camera. One was described as having nervous breakdown. He was talking on his 5G? phone in a very stressed state and then collapsed. Another was on his laptop at his desk and then just keeled over all of a s sudden shaking uncontrollably. I haver seen video of quite a few people shaking uncontrollably. I don’t think these are symptoms of viral attack. They could be symptoms of microwave attack, esp as 5G can be used directionally to target individuals or groups.

      • tapnewswiremember says:

        Yah, that doesn’t sound like a respiratory issue. That’s how they are going to sneak in 5G. In the UK, we have all the hardware installed. It’ll only require a man with a ladder (or a cherry picker) and all our snazzy new LED street lights will be the new network of relay stations. But there’s no point telling the sheep around here – they are too buzy bleeting about the common cold aka coronavirus. I’ve even had the organizer of my Tai Chi class sidle up to me to ask if my relatives in China are OK. Sigh….. They are all old people in the class with one foot in the grave but still, they are worried about dying. How will such people cope with what is coming soon?

      • tapnewswiremember says:

        Those beamed attacks are quite incredible. I was targeted some months ago. I reckon it came from a satellite and it can penetrate walls and roofs etc. I was pinned down and couldn’t even lift my head at the height of the attack. It left some damage which had to be fixed. Now sure what it was. Could have been a heart attack gizmo as it made me vomit.

      • tapnewswiremember says:

        Typo: ‘Not’ instead of ‘Now’

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