The Origin of the Wuhan Coronavirus


Executive Branch Member
Jan 26, 2017
Criticism is fine, flat out lying is unjustified.

But...........uh..................Fake News is all that LIE-berals have to work with!

They certainly CANNOT BE EXPECTED to work with logic or fair reasoning!

Otherwise they would not be LIE-berals to begin with!

Oh well - there IS a reason why they are known as LIE-berals!


Hall of Fame Member
Apr 17, 2017
Twin Moose Creek
Terry Glavin on China, COVID-19 and the WHO: What is the Trudeau government afraid of?

There is a reasonably plausible hypothesis making the rounds that accounts for Canada’s strange distinction among the world’s leading democracies as the silent outlier, the one government that isn’t either demanding or providing a proper explanation about how it came to pass, exactly, that a virus outbreak that began in China managed to go on to kill more than 260,000 people around the world, among them more than 4,200 Canadians.

It’s that Justin Trudeau’s government is afraid.

Afraid of Beijing, which has already wreaked havoc with Canada’s agricultural exports and kidnapped Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor over the detention of Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou, and which may yet choose to hold to ransom the personal protective equipment supplies Canada’s front-line medical workers require as they risk their lives treating the country’s COVID-19 victims.
Afraid of jeopardizing Trudeau’s vanity-project hopes for a non-voting seat on the United Nations Security Council by standing up to the World Health Organization, which has been conclusively shown to have collaborated with Beijing’s obfuscations and disinformation from the moment SARS-CoV-2 erupted in the city of Wuhan and the province of Hubei last December.

Afraid that Health Minister Patty Hajdu’s weird international role as one of China’s chief apologists in this whole sordid mess — to say nothing of his government’s various and successively contradictory WHO-complaint rationales and excuses for being one of the last countries in the Northern Hemisphere to maintain an open-border policy — will make the prime minister look rather unforgivably shabby, even with all the benefit that hindsight should reasonably allow.
Whatever the explanation, there is bipartisan consensus in the United States that the WHO’s conduct and its failure to play any effective role in containing the global SARS-CoV-2 pandemic should be subjected to an independent review. Australia has been leading that charge, and has refused to back down even while Beijing has responded with threats to retaliate against Australian beef and wine exports.

The German, Polish and Netherlands governments have sternly rebuked Beijing for its bullying and its threats to withhold “aid” contributions in the form of medical equipment. British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has said the United Kingdom will want a thorough investigation into the matter of how the coronavirus spread like wildfire from Wuhan.
This week, the European Union’s 27 member states joined Australia’s call for an independent international investigation into the origins of the virus and its spread around the world. The EU has announced that it intends to co-sponsor a resolution calling for an independent review when the World Health Assembly meets on May 18. The assembly is ostensibly the governing body of the WHO, which is one of 16 key agencies of the United Nations.
Beijing has made it plain that supreme ruler Xi Jinping is dead set against the idea of an independent inquiry, and the WHO itself has been trying to contain the uproars by enlisting UN member states to back an internal WHO review instead. On April 20, International Development Minister Karina Gould told WHO head Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus that his plan for a “post-crisis after-action review” has Canada’s support.
Meanwhile, the WHO continues to stymie efforts by the House of Commons health committee to question Bruce Aylward, the senior WHO official who led the WHO’s expert group mission to China following the outbreak in Wuhan. And the Global Times, the Chinese Communist Party’s primary English-language propaganda sheet, has blasted the Commons committee for engaging in a “travesty of WHO-bashing.”
Aylward, who has been especially and obscenely effusive in his praise of the Chinese government, has dodged the committee’s requests. A Canadian citizen, Aylward, who has lived in Geneva for several years, may be subject to a summons to appear before the committee if he returns to Canada.
Ottawa lodged no protest with China’s ambassador Cong Peiwu over the Global Times commentary about the health committee’s requests. Neither did Ottawa protest when Beijing’s propagandists launched a libellous attack on Canada’s Macdonald-Laurier Institute for having co-sponsored an open letter to the Chinese people criticizing Beijing’s coverup of the coronavirus outbreak in its initial phase.

However, in recent weeks Chinese ambassadors have been summoned and hauled on the carpet in the United States, France, the African Union, Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria and Kazakhstan for uttering threats and trafficking in conspiracy theories — the party line in Beijing is still to deny that the coronavirus even has a Chinese origin. Instead, Canada has gone so far as to laud China’s conduct in its handling of the outbreak, and in turn the Trudeau government has been praised by Chinese diplomats and by a variety of the Chinese Communist Party’s propaganda platforms.
Even after the Australian Telegraph reported that the Five Eyes intelligence consortium (the U.S., the U.K., Canada, Australia and New Zealand) had produced a research dossier describing an “assault on international transparency” in Chinese officials’ destruction and suppression of evidence related to the coronavirus outbreak, leading to the deaths of tens of thousands of people, Trudeau opted for a feeble response. Canada has no opinion on whether the virus escaped from a laboratory — a speculation highlighted in the dossier — and in any case cabinet relies not only on the Five Eyes agencies for intelligence, but other “partners” as well, Trudeau said, whoever they might be.

As for why the Canadian government persists in its strangely obsequious fealty to the People’s Republic of China, one way Canadians might get some straight answers is if the House of Commons public safety and security committee starts looking into it. That’s what committee chair John McKay wants. And McKay is a Liberal.
For now, Beijing and Ottawa carry on in their own duet: we’re all in this together, we mustn’t play the blame game, now is not the time for finger-pointing. For now, then, the most plausible hypothesis is that the Trudeau government is afraid of something. The big question that remains is, afraid of what?


Executive Branch Member
Jan 26, 2017
Terry Glavin on China, COVID-19 and the WHO: What is the Trudeau government afraid of?

GLAVIN has written a VERY INTERESTING ARTICLE! But he has MISSED the point!

There are really only TWO THINGS that worry Our idiot Boy Justin and his loser LIE-berals!

Firstly Our idiot Boy is WORRIED that the Socialist horde WILL BE DEFEATED by logic and reality!

Socialism RELIES on greed and bribery to maintain itself and a BANKRUPT NATION has NO HANDY SOURCE OF GRAVY!

Our idiot Boy now runs a MINORITY GOVT due to that lack of gravy for his HOG ALLIES!

Even WORSE - in summer 2021 - Our idiot Boy is very likely going to have to hold an election in which he MUST try not to

completely bankrupt the Cdn private sector - while somehow persuading HOGS whose incomes are being ravaged by inflation

that they MUST BE PATIENT while their Gravy Train is sidelined by the LIE-beral struggle to survive!

The political fates of Dalton McGinty and Kathleen Wynne-bag reveal how likely an appeal for HOG patience will be!

The other thing that Trudope FEARS above all is that he will get rudely shoved off the political stage by a mob of ordinary Cdns

who will no longer accept being treated as CASH COWS by HOGS and LIE-berals!

And then the Socialist Hordes will move on and forget Trudope!

Trudope FEARS that his dream of becoming Soviet Socialist Emperor for Life in the Great White North WILL DROWN in a sea

of red ink and voter RAGE! And Our idiot Boy HAS GOOD REASON FOR SUCH FEAR!


Executive Branch Member
Jan 26, 2017
Is a recusal a refusal to prosecute?

Twist and squirm, liar. Nobody's fooled.


T-bonesforbrains goes back to what he knows best - LYING ABOUT COPS!

The black "victim" who was shot by the two Georgia white guys HAS A HISTORY of criminal activity!

Thus it is NOT UNREASONABLE that he might be a suspect in a new rash of robberies in that neighbourhood!

One of the white guys at the scene WAS A RETIRED COP who had previously arrested AND CONVICTED the suspect for THEFT!

Further - LIE-berals suggest that the victim was "chased down the street" and this is a LIE!

The suspect was on the sidewalk and walked up to a PARKED PICKUP TRUCK and was simply spoken to by two whites!

After their inquiry got no sensible answers, the two whites decided to hold the suspect until ON DUTY COPS could arrive and

investigate properly and thoroughly!


In spite of facing two ARMED men - the suspect struggled and fought!

One of the two whites was a retired COP who had arrested the subject in the past!

The cop and his son attempted to restrain the suspect and during the wrestling match the suspect grabbed at the guns

and shots were fired which killed the suspect!

This version of events - which IS SHOWN ON VIDEO made available to prosecutors - indicates the level of rage and frustration

being suffered by the general population as they are repeatedly victimized by CAREER CRIMINALS

that are enjoying the LIE-beral catch and release legal FAKERY!

LIE-beral hug a thug judges need to get serious about reducing crime rates!

And LIE-berals NEED TO STOP LYING about why black lives are a SUCH A MESS!

We had a similar event here in Ontari-owe in which a group of black guys went "car hopping" - meaning going to areas where they

were NOT KNOWN and breaking into multiple vehicles and stealing anything of value!

Unfortunately the thugs were spotted by an off duty cop who raced out with his brother to defend his own vehicle!

The thugs scattered - with only one guy getting caught by the enraged brothers and a fight ensued during which the thug was

blinded in one eye from being hit with a pipe while resisting being arrested!

The thug - who has a PREVIOUS RECORD for theft and breaking into cars - claimed at trial that he was attacked for no reason!

The thug also denied carrying the pipe and claimed it belonged to the brothers he was trying to rob!



The only defense the black guy offered was the usual magical incantation that black thugs so often employ when in trouble - meaning

the usual whining "Why are you bothering me? I didnt do nothing"!


The TRUTH IS that the average citizen HAS NO SYMPATHY for such prowling thugs and if they get beaten or shot by the people they

are harassing, most people simply figure it is the PRICE of a criminal life style!


Nominee Member
Jan 24, 2021
The origin is pretty clear, the Chinese cultural and dietary customs of eating food the rest of the world knows shouldn't be eaten. China is frequently the source of pandemics, SARS being one of the notable examples of recent memory. In various parts of East Asia, strange and bizarre creatures like bats, dogs, cats, snakes, insects, etc., are consumed. We have to call this out without fear of being accused of cultural insensitivity. Also, China is the world's top consumer of pork.


Hall of Fame Member
Sep 23, 2015
Ummmm dood Please!

Terrifying Report: U.S. Funded Specific Research at Wuhan Lab that Led to Coronavirus​

Why US outsourced bat virus research to Wuhan​

NIH defends funding for Wuhan virus work​

Dr. Fauci Backed Controversial Wuhan Lab with U.S. Dollars for Risky Coronavirus Research​

Ease up a little on the disinfo sauce wouldja!
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Oct 26, 2009
China is already the bane of everyone’s existence thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic we’re currently experiencing.
Now there’s one more thing to blame on the country after ice cream tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
According to local media, three samples of ice cream — flavoured strawberry, chocolate and taro — tested positive for COVID-19 after being submitted for food inspection in the Tianjin municipality of China last week.
The ice cream maker — Tianjin Daquiodao Food Company — was locked down and its 1,662 staff quarantined after the shocking test. About 700 of the company’s employees tested negative for the coronavirus so far.
The infected ice cream was made from milk and whey powder from New Zealand and Ukraine respectively, which came from a batch of 4,836 boxes. More than 2,700 boxes of the ice cream are already on store shelves while the rest have been locked away in storage.
Chinese health officials have urged residents not to purchase the ice cream.
It’s not known how COVID-19 made its way into the ice cream.


Hall of Fame Member
Sep 23, 2015
The World Health Organization (W.H.O.), on the day President Joe Biden took office, released new coronavirus testing guidelines for laboratories worldwide that may result in fewer infections reported by health officials.

On Inauguration Day, the W.H.O. issued the new directives for the commonly used PCR testing in the form of a “medical product alert,” indicating that a patient who comes out positive may need to take a second test and present symptoms to be considered infected.

The World Health Organization (W.H.O.), on the day President Joe Biden took office, released new coronavirus testing guidelines for laboratories worldwide that may result in fewer infections reported by health officials.

On Inauguration Day, the W.H.O. issued the new directives for the commonly used PCR testing in the form of a “medical product alert,” indicating that a patient who comes out positive may need to take a second test and present symptoms to be considered infected.

The next day, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top infectious disease expert in the U.S. government, revealed that his new boss, Biden, had signed a letter to rejoin the organization.

In July 2020, Trump withdrew from the W.H.O. for helping China hide the severity of the coronavirus that originated within its borders during the disease’s early stages, allowing it to spread to the world.

Independent assessments by media outlets and a recently released report commissioned by the W.H.O. itself have confirmed Trump’s reasons for pulling out of the international body.

Some individuals discussed the new guidelines on Twitter:

PCR positive is no longer = Covid. You are not Covid now unless you get a second test to confirm it, and are presenting clinical symptoms. We shall see what the net impact of this indeed is.
Released 20/21 Jan 2020
— Ethical Skeptic ☀ (@EthicalSkeptic) January 20, 2021

On Tuesday, the W.H.O advised laboratories that a single PCR test, considered the “gold standard” by health officials, is no longer enough, noting that an asymptomatic person who tests positive may need a second test for confirmation.

“Where test results do not correspond with the clinical presentation, a new specimen should be taken and retested using the same or different [PCR test],” W.H.O. officials wrote. W.H.O. officials now say that the PCR tests that have been used across the U.S. and elsewhere to detect coronavirus infections are a mere “aid for diagnosis,” adding:

Therefore, health care providers must consider any result in combination with timing of sampling, specimen type, assay specifics, clinical observations, patient history, confirmed status of any contacts, and epidemiological information.
The W.H.O. did not say why it waited over a year after health officials first detected the virus in China to release the testing guidelines, which suggest that some laboratories have been misdiagnosing some infections.

“Up until COVID hit in 2020, neither WHO nor the CDC had ever considered a single positive PCR test sufficient for diagnosing viral infection,” Michael Thau from Red State noted.

Turns out during all 4 epidemics prior to COVID-19 since 2000, CDC & WHO were concerned about the high false-positive rates for PCR tests & issued guidelines to try and minimize them. But for C19, both somehow forgot all about PCR false-positive rates.
— Michael Thau (@MichaelThau) August 30, 2020

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