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Friday’s Daily Mail ran an article: China announces flu lockdown plans. This is what we learn:
The city of Xi’an, in central China’s Shaanxi province, has announced that it can take lockdown measures “if necessary” during an outbreak of the common flu virus that poses a “serious threat”. The city’s contingency plan, released Wednesday, aims to combat the country’s rising number of flu cases as COVID-19 cases continue to fall.
That’s right: Cases of COVID-19 are disappearing, so we’re preparing for a new plandemic. I don’t think anyone doubts that the reason behind these plans is our concern for our health and safety. The Chinese are very concerned about road safety. If you cross the street in the wrong place in China, the facial recognition system will immediately put you on a public shame board, automatically link it to your bank card along the way, and deduct the amount of the fine from your account. All of this without your knowledge.
Chinese cities are much better prepared than ours for future lockdowns. 15 Minute Cities didn’t need a plandemic to develop a program to completely control the movement of people on the streets. The next step will be surveillance of citizens in private homes. George Orwell wrote about it in his 1984 book.
Two people have died from “bird flu” in China. The mass slaughter of ducks and chickens has begun.
For our common good, the noose is being tightened around the necks of those who are still free. It’s a good thing that China exists – we have a foretaste of what awaits us in the near future. Less good for Chinese. Or maybe you are one of those who think that China is far away and will not come to us? Driving through Poland, I noticed the following warning signs in many places:
They warn us for our common good. I took this photo about two years ago in Greater Poland. There are many of these boards and they still spread fear.
Author of the article: Marek Wojcik