Wuhan: back to the beginning, where the whole fraud started; buried revelations
Wuhan: back to the beginning, where the whole fraud started; buried revelations
by Jon Rappoport
September 21, 2021
I recently went back to my original articles on COVID. They contain very significant information about the situation in Wuhan, in early 2020, when the false pandemic was first declared.
Readers need to grasp a central point I’ve been making for the past year and a half: what is being called COVID is not one disease. For the most part, it is a relabeling of older traditional lung conditions—flu, COPD, pneumonia, etc. I have explained this point in many articles.
I repeat it now, because the relabeling began in Wuhan. And the cause of illness there was not and is not a virus. No one discovered a new virus. I’ve detailed that fact as well in many articles.
So…what WAS happening in Wuhan, in 2019 and early 2020?
A very common and widespread illness, called pneumonia, was suddenly repackaged as the cardinal symptom of a “new disease,” COVID.
Here are excerpts from my very early COVID articles—
JANUARY 25, 2020: Wuhan, a city of 11 million, is called “the Chicago of China.” It is both an economic juggernaut and a transportation hub—railroads, roads, highways connecting travelers to other Chinese cities.
Several sources list the annual GDP of Wuhan at a staggering $220 billion dollars.
230 foreign Fortune 500 companies have offices in Wuhan and do business there. All in all, 80 foreign countries are funding companies in the city.
The Chinese New Year is now underway. It lasts from January 25 to February 10. During this period, Chinese people travel. They journey far and wide. In fact, this is the largest annual human migration on the planet. We’re talking about hundreds of millions of people on the move.
It provides a perfect pretext for saying a new virus is spreading uncontrollably, and requires unprecedented lockdowns of 50 million people in China.
Then there is this, from Bloomberg News, January 23, 2019: “When Premier Li Keqiang declared a ‘war against pollution’ in 2014, a few hundred residents of the city of Wuhan in central China took it as a cue.”
“They printed Li’s words on a six-meter (20 foot) banner and protested outside a foul-smelling incinerator plant they feared was causing illness in the community. Buoyed by the conviction they were answering the leadership’s call, the residents were instead harassed by local police officers who tore down the sign and trampled on it.”
“’We were worried and angry when we realized what was causing the stench and making our kids sick’,” said Zhang Xijiao, 44, who was detained for a week for making the banner. ‘But we are like ants, the local government can crush us as they please’.”
“Ren Rui, 40, quit her apartment in 2017 after her son developed a lung condition that required repeat surgery. She said smoke from the plant would blow her way under certain conditions. She tried to rent it out, ‘but no one wants to move here. Sometimes my mood depended on the direction of the wind,’ said Ren. Despite the financial pressure since, ‘I never regretted moving away’.”
Let’s move on to another description of Chinese protests—in Wuhan.
CNN, July 11, 2019: “…Recent weeks [in Wuhan] have seen major protests there — in themselves a rarity in China — over plans for a new garbage incineration plant.”
“Holding banners with slogans such as ‘we don’t want to be poisoned, we just need a breath of fresh air,’ thousands [!] of people took to the city’s streets over two weeks in June and July calling for the suspension of plans to build the plant.”
“’We are fearful that the plant is too close to residence area,’ one protester in the city of 10 million people told state media. Others expressed concern that emissions could worsen air pollution and harm residents’ health.”
“Local officials were apparently surprised by the scale and size of the protests, which came after several similar waste plants were reportedly found to be giving off dangerous emissions. Photos and videos shared on social media showed large crowds marching in the streets near where the plant was to be built, and police arresting numerous protesters.”
“The government has since suspended building of the plant, which locals said had halted protests, but a heavy police presence remains in the city where the situation is tense.”
“Public pressure has been the driving force of pollution policy in China, and it shows no sign of letting up.”
“In 2016, protesters took to the streets of Chengdu wearing face masks to demand action to tackle smog, while other demonstrations have targeted power and chemical plants in Sichuan, Jiangsu and Heilongjiang provinces in recent years.”
“The Chinese government is highly sensitive to the threat of protests like those in Wuhan, with the shadow of the 1989 Tiananmen massacre looming large. Calls for collective action are among the most censored subjects online, and people organizing protests or working for civil society groups can face harassment and imprisonment.”
In other words, protests against pollution in one Chinese city can inspire protests in other cities. A very dangerous situation for the Chinese government. Furthermore, it is generally acknowledged that official and corporate reports on pollution levels are being faked, to make “dangerous” into “improving.”
Grist.org, June 12, 2012: “At about 2 a.m. local time Monday morning, a dense smog began to cover the province. By early afternoon, it reached its peak density in the land-locked city of Wuhan itself…The demonstrable danger is to lungs and bloodstreams.”
Yale Environment 360, April 17, 2018: “The foul air of dozens of fast-expanding cities across China contains cocktails of toxic contaminants unprecedented in the range of pollutants they contain at high concentrations. Now, new research into these swirling maelstroms of gases and tiny particulates suggests that they may be incubating chemical reactions that compound the health effects in ways not seen before – effects that doctors say are cutting five years off the expected lifespan of half a billion people in northern China…China has the world’s most dangerous outdoor air pollution.”
“Three other cities listed as regularly suffering dangerous levels of four or five of the pollutants are Jining, also in Shandong, Wuhan in Hubei province, and Jiayuguan and Jinchang in Gansu. None of the seven appear in the lists of the ten most polluted Chinese cities published by the WHO or Chinese environment ministry.”
“All the five major pollutants in smogs – SO2, NOx, ozone, PM10 and PM2.5 — are known to be linked individually to increased risk of strokes, heart disease, lung cancer and asthma, and to rising hospital admissions and death rates during smogs. What is disturbing is that there is growing evidence of synergistic effects between these different pollutants that make the whole worse than the sum of the parts.”
Lung disease, pneumonia—and no need to invoke a virus to explain it.
Getting the picture?
We have a major clue here. The use of a “coronavirus” cover story to obscure huge pollution dangers and put down protests against that pollution, through mass lockdowns and quarantines.
“It’s all about the virus and nothing else.” How many times have I seen that cover story deployed?
Too many times to count them. Wherever in the world you see extraordinary chemical pollution, grinding poverty, war, starvation, lethal dehydration, absence of basic sanitation, overcrowding in cities, horrendously contaminated water supplies, corporate takeover of farm land from the people—you will find the virus cover story publicized to the sky as the explanation for suffering, illness, and death.
On FEBRUARY 20, 2020, I wrote: At the very beginning of my coverage of the “China epidemic,” I cited evidence that the air quality in Wuhan is chronically dangerous.
Among other sources, I referred to a Yale review which stated that the mixture of toxic elements in the air is unprecedented in human history. The synergistic effects of these individual toxins is unknown.
I also mentioned the large street protests against air quality in Wuhan that took place last summer . These protests were also carried out in other Chinese cities. The government was obviously alarmed at the nascent rebellion.
Those protests are now gone. Because the cities are locked down. It’s all about “the virus” as the cause of illness.
Horrific air quality brings on lung infections of all kinds, including pneumonia. Pneumonia is THE illness attributed to the coronavirus. How convenient.
Air quality? Brushed aside.
Assessing studies of annual pneumonia deaths in China—covering years long before the supposed emergence of the new human coronavirus—I settled on the estimate of 300,000 deaths a year, countrywide.
Assuming this death rate is more or less constant, hundreds of thousands of people could now be called deceased “coronavirus cases” without a flicker of interest in the actual cause of their illness.
Recently, I found an article from cambodiacapital.com, dated February 7, 2020. It makes some astonishing comments about Wuhan air quality in the time-window when the “pandemic” was declared:
“…three factors. First, the increase of static wind in the horizontal direction, which is not conducive to the diffusion and dilution of atmospheric pollutants. Second, the emergence of a temperature inversion layer in the vertical direction, which makes it difficult for pollutants to move upwards and are blocked at low altitudes and near the ground. Third, the increase of suspended particulates in the air. These three conditions are all available during the high incidence period of Wuhan pneumonia.”
“According to data released by the Wuhan Bureau of Ecology and Environment, the moment when a large number of pneumonia cases emerged in Wuhan was during the period from Jan 19, 2020, to Jan 23, 2020, and the Wuhan air during this period was at the stage of serious pollution. The indices are all higher than 100. This means that the outbreak period of Wuhan pneumonia coincides with the severe period of air pollution and this is one of the reasons. The second supporting reason is that the high incidence areas of Wuhan pneumonia coincide with the severe air pollution areas. We observed by randomly taking one day as a sample and found out that the area with the highest level of air pollution in Wuhan was Huanan Wholesale Seafood Market. This shows that even in ‘normal weather’, the air pollution in the seafood market area was the relatively worst area in Wuhan…Therefore, it is not accidental that Wuhan Huanan Wholesale Seafood Market has become a high-incidence area of Wuhan pneumonia…”
On FEBRUARY 25, 2020, I wrote: Here is more information on China’s air pollution and its destructive effects—The Lancet, November 19, 2005; CHINA: THE AIR POLLUTION CAPITAL OF THE WORLD, by Jonathan Watt:
“Over 400 000 premature deaths a year in China are blamed on air pollution levels…”
“According to the European Space Agency, Beijing and its neighbouring north-east Chinese provinces have the world’s worst levels of nitrogen dioxide, which can cause fatal damage to the lungs.” [The so-called “coronavirus disease” is pneumonia.]
“At a recent seminar, Zhang Lijun, deputy director of the environmental protection agency, said that pollution levels could more than quadruple within 15 years unless the country slows the rise in energy consumption and car use.” [15 years later, it’s a “coronavirus epidemic.” How convenient.]
“A recently published study, conducted by the Chinese Academy on Environmental Planning, found that a third of China’s urban residents were exposed to harmful levels of pollution. More than 100 million people live in cities where the air reaches levels considered ‘very dangerous’.”
“The academy blamed air pollution for 411,000 [yearly] premature deaths—mostly from lung and heart-related diseases.”
“’It’s a conservative figure. The real figure could be higher’, Wang Jin’nan, a chief engineer of the academy, told the AFP news agency. ‘These figures all exist, but the local governments do not want us to reveal them.’ Asked for an interview with The Lancet, academy officials declined, saying the matter was ‘too sensitive’.”
“The political implications of worsening pollution are becoming more apparent. Although it does not publish figures on the link between pollution and health, the [Chinese] government admits that respiratory diseases are the leading cause of death in China…” [Pneumonia is called THE “coronavirus” disease.]
“Such health concerns, particularly regarding cancer and birth defects thought to be caused by chemical factories, have been a major factor in a recent wave of protests. Among the latest was the demonstration last month by hundreds of people living in a Beijing suburb against plans to build a factory in their neighbourhood. But similar outbreaks [protests] are occurring nationwide on an almost weekly basis.” [All the protests are gone now in 2020; key cities are locked down.]
“This situation is not unique to Beijing. Frequent dirty grey skies are taken for granted in Shanghai, Wuhan, Chongqing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and Hong Kong…Water has suffered the same fate as air. Increasingly likely to be exploited for dams and dumpsites, it is estimated that three-quarters of the rivers running through Chinese cities are so polluted that they cannot be used for drinking or fishing.”
“In 2008, it is quite possible that this authoritarian government will restrict traffic and close factories to ensure blue skies for the month of the Olympics. But it will only be a temporary fix. Unless more drastic measures are taken soon, the health costs of pollution will be paid in China for generations to come.”
—I can think of a more drastic measure. Claim a new virus is killing people, lock down cities and quarantine 50 million people, and shove all the news about deadly pollution causing pneumonia far, far into the background.
It all started in Wuhan—the fake discovery of a new virus, the pretense of a new reason for disease actually caused by deadly pollution.
Without that central lie, the whole pandemic narrative would have collapsed before it was launched.
In other articles, I’ve accounted for “COVID” illness and death in other places around the world—no virus required. This article shows the first deception, the beginning of the monstrous fake.
Think about how thousands of obedient lying scientists and public health officials in many countries completely ignored what was staring them in the face in Wuhan; the deadly pollution.
I’ve analyzed claims that the early COVID patients in China (and other places) were displaying unusual symptoms and signs that didn’t indicate ordinary pneumonia. “COVID pneumonia” was supposedly different and unique.
I took up two familiar assertions: the COVID patients were coming to hospitals with extreme shortness of breath, and their X-rays revealed a strange “ground-glass” pattern.
Here is what I wrote on February 4, 2021:
Extreme shortness of breath. Hypoxia. That’s one of the “strange symptoms.”
But WebMD lists a number of obvious causes for hypoxia: asthma attack; trauma (injury); COPD; emphysema; bronchitis; pain medicines, “and other drugs that hold back breathing”; heart problems; anemia, “a low number of red blood cells, which carry oxygen.”
Among the drugs that can cause the oxygen deprivation known as hypoxia? From drugabuse.com: “…opiate [opioid] drugs also slow your breathing…and in case of an overdose, your breathing is slowed to a virtually non-existent and lethal level.”
Is anyone looking into THAT, in China?
I did. I discovered (and wrote about it) that Wuhan happens to be Opioid Central for worldwide drug trafficking. Particularly, when it comes to the lethal drug, fentanyl, and its designer offshoots.
Chinese criminals launching an opioid war against many countries from Wuhan is ANOTHER fact covered up by the fatuous claim that a pandemic caused by a virus started in Wuhan.
Now let’s consider the so-called “ground glass” phenomenon. From MEDPAGE Today: “The term [ground glass] refers to the hazy, white-flecked pattern seen on lung CT scans, indicative of increased density.”
“Chest radiologists adopted it [the term] in the 1980s, with a first appearance in the Fleischner Society Glossary of Terms for Thoracic Radiology in 1984.”
“’We see [ground-glass opacities] so often in chest imaging,’ Guo [‘Henry Guo, MD, PhD, of Stanford University in Palo Alto, California’] told MedPage Today. “They come in different shapes, sizes, quantities, and locations, and they can indicate many different underlying pathologies — including other viral infections, chronic lung disease, fibrosis, other inflammatory conditions, and cancers.”
So there’s nothing new or highly strange about the ground glass phenomenon.
But wait. There’s more. “Adam Bernheim, MD, of the Mount Sinai system in New York City, authored one of the early papers on chest CT findings in COVID-19. He and his colleagues studied images captured from 121 patients at four centers in China mostly in late January .”
“’There are a lot of diseases that can cause ground-glass opacities, but in COVID-19, there’s a distinct distribution, a preference for certain parts of the lung,’ chiefly in the lower lobes and periphery, and it appears multifocally and bilaterally, Bernheim said.”
“COVID-related ground-glass opacities also have a very round shape that’s ‘really unusual compared with other ground-glass opacities,’ he said.”
Aha. So maybe COVID patients ARE exhibiting a different outlier pattern of ground glass.
Alas, there are several problems with that assertion:
First of all, how do we define a “COVID patient?” Through a PCR test for a virus that has never been proved to exist. So there is no distinct group correctly labeled “COVID.”
The second problem with the doctor’s statement in the MEDPAGE article? All the patients came from China, and they were diagnosed very early, at the beginning of the “outbreak.” How were they diagnosed?
—“Guess what? We have 40 patients with unusual CT lung scans. We’re going to call them a unique cluster of ‘pandemic victims of a new virus.’ Why? Because they have unusual CT lung scans.” This is called fallacious circular reasoning. It’s a chapter in a subject called logic, which used to be taught in schools, before “I’m triggered” and “I want to cancel everything” became major courses on the way to a PhD in Grunge.
The other problem has to do with deadly pollution, and what lung X-ray patterns it can cause. In China, for example, above large cities like Wuhan, there is a unique mixture of early industrial and modern industrial pollutants—never before seen in human history.
The synergistic effects of these individually toxic compounds have never been studied.
Therefore, it’s quite possible that the outlier ground glass patterns in X-rays are the result of this new and different air pollution mixture.
What I’m reporting, about “strange symptoms,” needs to be understood before making bald claims that a new virus, or some other esoteric cause, is responsible for “ground glass in COVID patients” or “low oxygen levels.”
Back in early 2020, a story about a virus was launched like rocket, out of Wuhan. It served the interest of elites who wanted to control populations and usher them into a Brave New World. It also allowed the Chinese regime to stop all citizen protests against deadly air pollution (through lockdowns), and to cover up the fact that Wuhan was the global center for opioid trafficking.
The whole pandemic story was a lie. Anyone with eyes to see knew lethal air pollution was causing the pneumonias suddenly re-labeled “COVID.”