[Epoch Times, June 7, 2022]Although Shanghai is now unblocked, nucleic acid testing has become normalized. When you go out, you have to do nucleic acid testing every two or three days. , that is basically impossible.
Although it is said that large cities are now required to have a nucleic acid testing point within 15 minutes of walking, if all people need nucleic acid testing, they will not be able to test at all if they do not queue for 40 minutes or an hour, and every two Three days to wait in line, which is really crowded.
The shelf life of people queuing for life is not as good as a piece of tofu
Recently, a video shot by mainland netizens shows that long queues have begun to form in many places in Shanghai. This time everyone has to gather together if they don’t want to.
Some people said: “From June 1st, each of us has a shelf life, and the shelf life is only 3 days, not even as good as tofu. Last night, the neighbor complained to me that the first thing she did after get off work was not to eat. For dinner, I went to renew my nucleic acid. I was hungry but didn’t make it. The testing point closed on time at 8 pm, and it didn’t take more than a minute to wait. I heard that the people in the queue were so noisy that the police came, but the police also There was no way, because he didn’t know how to get to work the next day.”
Everyone thought that work and production would resume on June 1, and the normal life order would be restored, but they just jumped from one pit to another. Everyone has to accurately calculate their own shelf life, otherwise you can’t get out of the house, get in the car, shop, or even go home. Another worrying thing is that from July 1st, Shanghainese will have to pay for nucleic acid testing by themselves.
As we all know, the CCP’s “imposition of Shanghai and other cities”clear“The closure of the city has not only caused a shortage of food and medicine for the people; at the same time, this kind of perverted mandatory isolation measures has also caused panic among the people, and ultimately angered the people. But this price has paid off for most of the people. The health and safety of the people, or will it cause more potential unease?
The CCP’s inspection is dry wood and fire can detonate the epidemic at any time
According to Bloomberg, former Harvard University epidemiologist Michael Mina said the CCP’s virus testing has gone too far, and this policy has put China in a very dangerous situation. An outbreak occurs when there are cases.
Lockdown and testing will do nothing but suppress the virus, Mina said. Everyone will eventually be exposed to Covid-19, and intervening in the process, rather than preparing for it, can be detrimental.
By doing so, Beijing is not just delaying the inevitable, Mina said, but also potentially facing damaging consequences.
Thousands of children with diabetes domestic vaccine sequelae?
In addition to this bad news, there is one more terrible thing. In the middle of the night on May 31, a distress letter sent by some Chinese parents on the Internet also attracted the attention of the outside world. At present, thousands of children in 26 provinces and cities in China have been found to suffer from type 1 diabetes after being vaccinated with domestically produced Kexing and other vaccines. Some parents said that their family had no genetic history of diabetes for three generations.
According to the distress letter, these children had symptoms such as increased water intake, increased urination, and increased appetite to varying degrees after 1 to 3 months of vaccination. Severe children also experience depression, weight loss, itching all over the body, and even coma. They are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes by a doctor.
According to public information, type 1 diabetes is caused by an abnormal autoimmune system, and antibodies in the body mistakenly attack the beta cells in the pancreas, causing the body to not secrete enough insulin (Insulin) to control blood sugar, resulting in high blood sugar levels, requiring insulin treatment. survive.
Li Keqiang’seconomic reconstructionHave a dangerous precedent?
The CCP’s epidemic prevention policy not only brought disaster to the common people, but also further plunged the Chinese economy into a quagmire. Not long ago, we did a program where we talked about Li Keqiang’s meeting of 100,000 people. Now, the Wall Street Journal released more inside information on June 3. Li Keqiang’s 100,000-person meeting was submitted to the Politburo Standing Committee for discussion in advance, and was tacitly approved by Xi Jinping, according to people close to the CCP’s decision-making level.
So far, the top ranks of the CCP seem to have reached some sort of compromise, both to insist on “clear”, while trying to solve economic problems; upholding Xi Jinping’s leadership while supporting Li Keqiang’s economic decision-making. The Wall Street Journal quoted CCP officials and government advisers as saying that Xi Jinping is unlikely to give up the “clearing” of the past two years. policy, and he is now seeking a third five-year term as the top leader of the Communist Party.
Some analysts believe that if the epidemic breaks out again, there is likely to be a large-scale closure of the city again. However, whether to seal the city or not may have more political considerations and serve politics.
We have seen that some experts have also compared Li Keqiang’s meeting of 100,000 people to stabilize the economy with the 7,000-person meeting after the “Great Leap Forward” in 1962. Nikkei Asian Review senior reporter Katsuji Nakazawa said that Li Keqiang’seconomic reconstructionIn a dangerous precedent, the last time the party’s No. 2 figure was the target of criticism after correcting the top leader’s policies.
In 1962, Mao Zedong temporarily handed power to Liu Shaoqi after discussing the “Great Leap Forward” led by Mao Zedong that killed 30 million to 50 million people.
When Mao Zedong regained power through the Cultural Revolution of 1966-1976, Liu Shaoqi became the number one object of criticism and eventually died tragically.
Some Chinese analysts say Li Keqiang has helped roll back some of Xi’s policies in the past few months, and increasing Li’s visibility could bring political benefits to Xi, who has a scapegoat if economic reforms fail.
Zhongze Keji said that the history of the Chinese Communist Party shows that economic policy and power struggle are two sides of the same coin.
Xi’s personal secret was arrested? Can the Beidaihe Conference take place?
The annual Beidaihe Conference within the Communist Party of China is about to appear again. At this seaside meeting every year, the outside world seems to be calm, but the inside is full of swords and swords, dark tides are surging, different factions of the CCP negotiate prices, and most of the final deals are made here. Especially this year, it is more unusual because of the high-level personnel layout of the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China. Therefore, because of this reason, it is still unknown whether this year’s Beidaihe Conference will be held normally.
Recently, various rumors have been rampant, including the arrest of Zhong Shaojun, the most mysterious personal secret of Xi Jinping and the director of the General Office of the Central Military Commission of the Communist Party of China. With only a few months left until the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, the political game between Xi Jinping and the opposition forces within the party has become more intense than ever.
Zhong Shaojun, the 53-year-old director of the General Office of the Central Military Commission, is accused of being Xi Jinping’s die-hard cronies. It is said that as early as 2006, when he learned that the then secretary of the Zhejiang Provincial Party Committee of the Communist Party of China, Xi Jinping, was missing a secretary, Zhong Shaojun, who was already the deputy minister of the provincial organization department He did not hesitate to be downgraded, and was seconded to Xi’s side, and from then on, he was able to take advantage of his career.
After Xi Jinping came to power at the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, Zhong Shaojun put on the military uniform again, served as a supervisor for Xi, and played an important role in the process of purging Jiang Zeng’s forces in the army. The September 2015 issue of Hong Kong’s “Frontier” magazine disclosed that the key evidence for Xi Jinping’s military anti-corruption campaign to overthrow the “national demon” Xu Caihou and other big tigers came from Zhong Shaojun, who was ambushed in the military commission early in the morning.
At present, the infighting in the CCP is intensifying. If Zhong Shaojun has an accident at this time, he will be punished by the CCP’s high-level officials.situationThe impact is not trivial.
Judging from various overseas political rumors recently, Li Keqiang seems to be pushed to the forefront of the anti-Xi frontline. Although this is not necessarily the choice of the weak prime minister, it does make the outside world begin to use Li Keqiang’s movements as a weather vane to observe Xi Jinping’s power.
Some China watchers say that there must be a real leader in anti-Xi, but it may not be Li Keqiang.
Scared Xi Jinping?Queen’s experts reveal the blowAnt Groupsecret
Finally, let’s take a look at the ones that have been purged for more than a year.Ant Group. In the past two days, there has been new news from Ant Group. A few days ago, Li Daokui, the CCP’s official economist, mentioned some inside stories about the suspension of Ant Group’s listing when talking about China’s Internet regulation.
He said that Ant Group has frightened Xi Jinping because of its complex and extensive personal connections and political influence. However, he said that the CCP has basically completed the shareholding control of private enterprises, which seems to imply that Ant Financial may be going public again. What is going on? ◇
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