US Summons Chinese Ambassador After Chinese Official Posts Corona “Conspiracy Theory”

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 14, 2020

On Friday, I was extremely happy to find that a Chinese official had posted, in English, the theory that the Coronavirus is a US bioweapon that was released in China.

Unsurprisingly, the US government was not happy about this.

Fox News:

The State Department on Friday summoned the Chinese ambassador after a spokesperson with China’s foreign ministry suggested the U.S. military might have brought coronavirus to Wuhan — where the outbreak first emerged last year.

A senior State official told Fox News that Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs David Stilwell called in Chinese Ambassador Cui Tiankai over China’s “blatant, global” disinformation campaign on the novel coronavirus.

It’s unclear whether other statements might have been discussed at the meeting. But it comes after foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian wrote on Twitter: “When did patient zero begin in US? How many people are infected? What are the names of the hospitals?”

Zhao went on to suggest that it “might be [the] US army who brought the epidemic to Wuhan.”

“Be transparent! Make public your data! US owe us an explanation,” he wrote.

Days earlier, China’s ambassador to South Africa also downplayed his country’s role in the pandemic.

“Although the epidemic first broke out in China, it did not necessarily mean that the virus originated from China, let alone ‘made in China,'” he tweeted.

The remarks come as part of a  massive public relations campaign from the Chinese to convince the world that the United States bears the blame for the coronavirus outbreak, which has claimed roughly 5,000 lives around the globe.

Is it a “conspiracy theory” that the CIA released this virus against the Chinese as an act of war?

Of course it is. By definition, it is a theory about a conspiracy.

Does that mean it is wrong?

Of course it does not. There have been all kinds of theories about conspiracies that turned out to be true.

In order to say that it is impossible for a conspiracy theory to be true, you have to say it is impossible for there to be a conspiracy. And the US State Department was already involved in a conspiracy against China in 2019 in their training and funding of violent “democracy” rioters in Hong Kong.

I am the first one to admit that as of March 14, 2020, there is no solid proof that the US designed the Coronavirus and released it in China as a bioweapon. However, I am also a very strong believer that this is the most likely explanation for this virus.

Of course, maybe it was bat soup. That is technically possible. Unlike the theory of a US bioweapon, there is basically no evidence whatsoever to support the bat soup theory, and it appears to have just been invented out of thin air (and then refined to “some form of wildlife sold in a seafood market, maybe not bat soup specifically, no one knows”).

The “bat soup”/”some other wildlife at a seafood market” theory appears to have simply been shoved in as an explanation for people asking for an explanation.

I’m just telling you, looking at it objectively, considering all of the data, the most likely explanation for this virus is that it was a bioweapon released by the US.

I don’t know if it was intended to spread across the planet like this or not. I think probably not, but I don’t know.

Of course, we don’t know anything, so all we can do is speculate.

And let’s be clear: Zhao did not say “this is what happened,” he said “this is a possibility.”

Read the articles Zhao posted for yourself and consider the information.

How on earth is the US able to decide what people are allowed to consider as possibilities? Clearly, they have a dog in this fight, as they are the ones who potentially stand accused.

The Chinese should continue to state, in English, that this disease is most likely a bioweapon from somewhere, and we should be investigating that.

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