In a further attempt to disassociate itself from responsibility for the CCP virus or COVID pandemic, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is once again blaming the United States for spreading the virus through international travel by its citizens.
This Tuesday, July 27, China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman, published a tweet with an infographic in which he blames the United States for poisoning the world, accompanied with this text ” How the #pandemic poisoning works:”
The images in the tweet show how it treats the United States as irresponsible, claiming that it allows its citizens to travel the world infected with coronaviruses.
It is worth remembering and noting that the Chinese people are forbidden to use twitter, the only ones who can use it are high ranking people within the state.
For those who know the nature of the Chinese Communist Party, this accusation should not surprise them, since throughout their bloody history, in which they caused the death of more than 80 million Chinese, they never assumed their responsibility and always hid the facts or blamed others.
This coronavirus pandemic only confirms this behavior. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Chinese communist regime has been busy hiding key information that would probably have changed the situation we are living in today.
This accusation by the Chinese regime to the United States of spreading the virus is a clear example of how they seek to blame others, instead of taking responsibility, since surprisingly the Chinese government banned domestic travel in China but at the same time pressured Chinese citizens to travel internationally, causing the virus to spread around the world.
As reported by The Economic Times, on January 23 the city of Wuhan was quarantined and on January 25 Hubei province was completely blocked.
During the last week of January all domestic flights from Hubei were suspended and Shanghai and Beijing also began to restrict air traffic.
While taking these domestic measures to contain the spread of the virus on Chinese soil, international airlines were urged to maintain their normal flight schedules after the United States and other countries warned about the risk to international flights from China.
This narrative by the Chinese regime that there was no risk in flights from their country to overseas was supported by the head of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom, who at a meeting of the body on February 3, said:
“There is no reason for measures that unnecessarily interfere with international travel and trade. We call on all countries to implement decisions that are evidence-based and consistent. WHO stands ready to provide advice to any country that is considering which measures to take.”
According to the TomTom traffic index data from The Economic Times, before the internal blockade in China, Wuhan had an average traffic density of 60% and Beijing and Shanghai almost 80%. After the blockade, the density of Wuhan and Shanghai fell below 10% and that of Beijing below 5%, while the Chinese government continued to assure the world that the situation was not serious and that everything was under control.
It should be noted that it was only on March 27, 2020 and after a conversation with the then President of the United States, Donald Trump, that Xi Jinping agreed to stop international flights from China.
By that time, the virus had already spread around the world.