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Absolutely fucking insane and THIS is what the Dems want to bring to the U.S.

And the BBC (which gets over $3.7 BILLION per year from British tax payers) shows its blatant bias by using a pic of the homeowner where he's scowling and looking mean and angry, while using a pic of the ARMED FUCKING HOME INVADER where he's nicely smiling...

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-52018558
24 March 2020

A man who killed an armed robber after he turned up at his house demanding money has been jailed for five years.

Patrick Phinn, 49, stabbed Ronald Pattison 17 times at his home in Easterhouse, Glasgow, in September 2018.

The High Court in Glasgow heard that Pattison, who had a knife, had threatened to kill Phinn and his partner.

A fight broke out and Phinn grabbed a knife which he used to stab Pattison.


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>>573044
How can you be so delusional?????
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>>573824
> if someone broke into my house i wouldn't be calm and reasonable, i'd hit them with whatever i had as many times as i could until they stopped moving. because if they stand up? you're finished.

Why don't people understand this simple concept?
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>>576479
Lmao people get stabbed and don't even know it

You are a troll
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>>576691

>achmed
>not Ahmed

you're a jew
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>>573044


femoid foid feminist female poster detected.

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Jesus Christ, I shouldn't be laughing, but I can't stop.

>A British teen petrified of being isolated with the coronavirus has died following a suicide attempt, according to a report.

>Emily Owen, a 19-year-old waitress from King’s Lynn, about 100 miles north of London, died in a hospital Sunday after trying to take her own life due to fears of the “mental health impacts” of isolation amid the COVID-19 outbreak, the Sun reports.

>Days before she was found on March 18, Owen warned relatives she was unable to deal with “her world closing in, plans being canceled and being stuck inside” during the global pandemic, according to the report.

>Owen had been in critical condition since the suicide attempt and relatives later decided to remove her from life support, allowing doctors to prep her organs for donation, according to an online fundraiser posted by colleagues at the pub where she worked.
https://nypost.com/2020/03/25/british-teen-dies-after-suicide-attempt-due-to-coronavirus-fears/
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>>577317
>female
>"""""""underlying mental health issues"""""""""""
>"""""""""""couldn't cope"""""""""""
What is there to cope and what issues can you have when you get the jackpot and life on easy mode with cheats enabled?
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>>577351
She's very generic
>>577317
She allegedly had autism

Autism is the new "depression" to normals now
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>>572359
Imagine being so pathetic you cant even be alone for a few months, and not even that alone what with cell phones, skype, etc. The roasty couldnt stand not being on the cock coaster and died due to lack of attention. Nothing of value was lost
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>>576540
whiteknight simp and/or feminist roastie detected.

Imagine laughing at a bitch who supported "IM A STRONG INDEPENDENT WAHMEN WHO DON'T NEED NO MAN, MEN ARE ALL RAPISTS", imagine finding it funny when she offs herself over nothing, proving her stupid ideology is a bunch of horseshit.

These bitches all pining for men to get false rape accusations made so that men get jailed, let them reap the fruits of their labor.
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>>576540


Incel.

INVOLUNTARY CELIBATE.

Jesus christ, most of the men here get laid or have gotten laid. That's why they hate women. You don't just get brought up in a feminist society and hate women for no reason you fucking retard. You hate them because you've gained experience with them and how narcissistic they all really are. Goddamn, that's why people are laughing about this article, imagine being that self absorbed that you kill yourself in a country where the quarantine didn't even begin, like she killed herself for the fear of going into quarantine? How much of a thot slut can you be? "hurrr I cant shake my booty for the men and get free dinners and dates any more, life is not worth living if I cant ruin mens lives, so let me just kill myself". Holy shit the kind of rationalisations you whiteknight feminist simps will go through.

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https://news.yahoo.com/brazil-economy-cant-stop-coronavirus-bolsonaro-233240524.html

Shortly after Twitter removed a post about the coronavirus pandemic by Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro, Facebook followed suit also removing the president’s post from its platform as well.

TechCrunch reports that Facebook has appeared to stray from its general policy of not fact-checking politicians and removed a post by Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro relating to the coronavirus pandemic. On Sunday, Bolsonaro shared a post stating that “hydroxychloroquine is working in all places,” to treat the coronavirus, Facebook removed the post to prevent the spread of “misinformation that could lead to physical harm.”

The company said in a statement to TechCrunch: “We remove content on Facebook and Instagram that violates our Community Standards, which do not allow misinformation that could lead to physical harm.” Facebook says it specifically prohibits false claims relating to cures, treatments, the availability of essential services and outbreak locations.

The removal of the post was first reported by BBC News Brazil. In the video which was removed Bolsonaro had been speaking to a street vendor and stated that “They want to work.” Bolsonaro also added that “medicine there, hydroxychloroquine, is working in all places.”

Breitbart News reporter Allum Bokhari reported this week that Twitter had also removed posts by Bolsonaro, writing:

The deleted videos consist of videos of Bolsonaro discussing the Chinese virus with Brazilian citizens, emphasizing the need to balance concern about the pandemic with economic reality.
In one of the deleted videos, Bolsonaro tells a street vendor, “What I have been hearing from people is that they want to work.”


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“We just can’t stand still, there is fear because if you don’t die of the disease, you starve,” the vendor is seen telling Bolsonaro, who responds: “You’re not going to die!”

In another video, the president calls for a “return to normality,” questioning quarantine measures imposed by governors and some mayors across the giant South American country as an effective containment measure against the virus.

“If it continues like this, with the amount of unemployment what we will have later is a very serious problem that will take years to be resolved,” he said of the isolation measures.

Responding to a request for comment, a Twitter spokeswoman cited the platform’s new rules against misinformation, which Breitbart News reported on earlier this month. According to the spokeswoman, the rules cover content that “could be against public health information provided by official sources and could put people at greater risk of transmitting COVID-19.”

However, as Breitbart News reported last week, Twitter has not clamped down on misinformation about the virus posted by Chinese officials, even after U.S. lawmakers have brought it to their attention, the Chinese officials and Twitter trannies have still not checked these dubs.
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>>577387
>Facebook says it specifically prohibits false claims relating to cures, treatments, the availability of essential services and outbreak locations.
Facebook is now in a position where they can decide whether or not hydroxychloroquine works? Because the AIFA Scientific Technical Commission of the Italian Medicines Agency says it works
https://www.aifa.gov.it/-/azioni-intraprese-per-favorire-la-ricerca-e-l-accesso-ai-nuovi-farmaci-per-il-trattamento-del-covid-19
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>>577392
Thats right, jewish owned media corporations are the ultimate arbiter of truth in the modern world.
Don't say you weren't warned
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y97l3n8pVP8

https://www.rt.com/usa/484633-doj-fisa-application-errors/

DOJ audit prompted by FBI spying on Americans finds errors in EVERY sample FISA application

A review of 29 FBI applications to spy on US citizens or residents found mistakes in every single one, and four cases of proper documentation missing entirely, the Justice Department inspector general has revealed.

From a dataset of more than 700 applications under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) submitted by eight FBI field offices, Inspector General Michael Horowitz and his team selected a sample of 29, made between October 2014 and September 2019, pertaining to US citizens or “green card” holders.

They found an average of 20 errors in each one.

The Woods Procedures mandate “compiling supporting documentation for each fact in the FISA application,” Horowitz wrote in his findings, which were made public on Tuesday. Yet his auditors found at least some of that documentation contained erroneous or mistaken information in 25 of the applications – and was entirely missing in four other cases.

“We could not review original Woods Files for 4 of the 29 selected FISA applications because the FBI has not been able to locate them and, in 3 of these instances, did not know if they ever existed,” Horowitz wrote.

The auditors “do not have confidence” the FBI actually followed procedure in any of the cases, the report concluded.

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Barr was referring to FBI failure to follow Woods procedures in the four FISA warrants used to spy on the campaign of President Donald Trump – via adviser Carter Page – during and after the 2016 US presidential election. The wider audit followed Horowitz’s findings in December last year that the Page warrants contained at least 17 “significant errors or omissions.”

Two of those warrants have been ruled improperly obtained since, and the DOJ has moved to “quarantine” information obtained through all four from all pending investigations.

Even so, Barr and FBI Director Chris Wray insisted that FISA warrants remained a vital and “indispensable” tool to guard the US from national security threats, and urged lawmakers to extend those powers going forward.

Democrats, on the other hand, insisted that the actual takeaway from the audit was that the FBI was not evil, but merely incompetent.

“Further evidence that the problems with the Carter Page FISA applications had nothing to do with Trump, Carter Page, or political bias,” tweeted Michael Bromwich, DOJ IG under the Clinton administration.

Bromwich was also the lawyer for Dr. Christine Blasey-Ford during the attempt by Democrats to block the nomination of Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court. Her accusation that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her back in high school could ultimately not be substantiated.
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>>577330
>Democrats, on the other hand, insisted that the actual takeaway from the audit was that the FBI was not evil, but merely incompetent.
Ohh well. It's so much better to know thar when life is destroyed, it wasn't by malice but idiocy.

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https://bigleaguepolitics.com/reporter-calls-america-a-shole-for-leading-the-world-in-wuhan-virus-cases/
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>>577353
Keep telling yourself this
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>>577349
Yeah! Life is totally better in Europe! Thats why over four million Europeans have immigrated to the United States!

Idiot
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>>577354
I am not telling myself anything. I am growing my understanding of the world based on objectively measured data. You on the other hand are trying to cope your way out of accepting reality.
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>>577355
>>577357
cope
https://www.ifitweremyhome.com/compare/US/DE
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>>577362
>cope
Yes, that is exactly what you are doing. In America, you would be considered poor. Get over it.

If social distancing measures were adopted by at least 80 percent of the Australian population, we could expect to see a control of the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in just over three months, new research by the University of Sydney has found.

Read more: https://www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2020/03/25/greater-social-distancing-could-curb-covid-19-in-13-weeks.html
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And now.. THE CORONA VIRUS IS NOW CONSIDERED TO BE AIRBORNE.. how else can it infect and spread that quickly?? My people, go home and lock your doors until the Lord's anger has passed.. that's amazing huh :)
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>>571212
Well to make you feel better Christian anon we in Canada just had a river running red.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/etobicoke-creek-runs-red-after-ink-spill-1.5509105
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>>571212
Sure is.

http://www.asahi.com/ajw/articles/13252339

March 28, 2020 at 12:25 JST Japan is moving to refuse entry to all foreign nationals travelling on U.S. passports or who have been in the United States for the past two weeks.

The restriction is expected to be decided on as early as next week after coronavirus infections skyrocketed in the United States, making it the country with the highest number of cases.

Discussions are still being held to decide whether the measure would cover all of the United States or just certain parts, government sources said.

All foreign nationals who have been in the United States for the past two weeks would be denied entry unless they had pressing circumstances.

The measure would be implemented under provisions of the Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Law.

The Foreign Ministry is expected to raise its infectious disease warning for the United States to Level 3, second from the top on a four-stage scale, and issue a recommendation to Japanese nationals to cancel plans to travel to the United States.

The government had already started moving from March 26 to restrict entry for those entering from anywhere in the United States.

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>>574778
Damn I was just thinking of taking a trip there
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>>577212
WELL YOU BETTER FUCKING NOT, GREEN FAGGOT
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>>577212
*coof*
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>>577212
are you okay
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>>577227
What's the matter, Anon?

A choir practice in Washington state took a tragic turn after 45 of the 60 people who showed up and practiced social distancing became infected with COVID-19.

https://www.latimes.com/world-nation/story/2020-03-29/coronavirus-choir-outbreak
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>>576970
LaTimes? That’s an alright paper.
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>>576900
>n-n-not a c-c-church
>mount Vernon Presbyterian church
Get wrecked.
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>>576998
Left wing propaganda. More fake news than CNN.
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>>577051
>I only reads the breitbartz
Cool story bro.
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>>577051
With your head in the toilet everything looks like shit.

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There's a Dutch oven joke in here somewhere.
>Dutch scientists were able to find the coronavirus in a city’s wastewater before Covid-19 cases were reported, demonstrating a novel early warning system for the pneumonia-causing disease.

>The so-called SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus is often excreted in an infected person’s stool. Although it’s unlikely that sewage will become an important route of transmission, the pathogen’s increasing circulation in communities will increase the amount of it flowing into sewer systems, Gertjan Medema and colleagues at the KWR Water Research Institute in Nieuwegein said on Monday.

>They detected genetic material from the coronavirus at a wastewater treatment plant in Amersfoort on March 5, before any cases had been reported in the city, located about 50 kilometers (32 miles) southeast of Amsterdam. The Netherlands confirmed its first Covid-19 case on Feb. 27 and discovered health workers had fallen ill with the infection in a southern part of the country days later -- a sign that it was spreading in the community.
https://www.bloomberg.com/amp/news/articles/2020-03-31/coronavirus-in-sewage-portended-covid-19-outbreak-in-dutch-city
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>>577297

AAAAA YOU'RE INFECTED SHUT ID DOWN
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>>577297
*coof*
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>>577297
good thinkg I don't need that
strong bbc genes up in here

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https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/29/politics/coronavirus-deaths-cases-anthony-fauci-cnntv/index.html

The nation's top infectious disease expert said Sunday that based on models, the United States could eventually see 100,000 or more deaths from the novel coronavirus, which has already claimed more than 2,000 American lives as cases surge across the US.
"Whenever the models come in, they give a worst-case scenario and a best-case scenario. Generally, the reality is somewhere in the middle. I've never seen a model of the diseases that I've dealt with where the worst case actually came out. They always overshoot," Dr. Anthony Fauci, a key member of the White House's coronavirus task force, told CNN's Jake Tapper on "State of the Union."

"I mean, looking at what we're seeing now, you know, I would say between 100 and 200,000 (deaths). But I don't want to be held to that," he said, adding that the US is going to have "millions of cases."

The comments come as the number of reported coronavirus deaths doubled to more than 2,000 nationwide in two days. The US has the most confirmed cases worldwide, with more than 121,000 as of Saturday morning.
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>>577217
I'm cheating on you with a better Virus, Ebola chan!
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>>577219
>>577235
Replying to infected spreads it.
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>>577276
Based.
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COUGH
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>>577189
>Not the government's job to look after democratic states, after all.
That is literally the federal government's job.

Dont get arrested or you'll be put in the American Gulag

https://www.msnbc.com/the-beat-with-ari/watch/virus-power-grab-trump-admin-seeks-sweeping-powers-to-detain-without-trial-during-pandemic-81397317929

We wont quarantine New York, but we'll put you in a concrete box till we say so.
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>>576215
Hopefully this Q related and the Storm really is here. Otherwise all of us are truly fucked right up the ass.
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>>576219
>Epstein isn't still alive
glow harder
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it's the amount of power needed to imprison all the people connected in spy/pedogate.
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>>577187
See
>>576916
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>>576218
29 hours

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>Australian Dr Daniel Reardon ended up in hospital after inserting magnets in his nostrils while building a necklace that warns you when you touch your face
An Australian astrophysicist has been admitted to hospital after getting four magnets stuck up his nose in an attempt to invent a device that stops people touching their faces during the coronavirus outbreak.

Dr Daniel Reardon, a research fellow at Melbourne’s Swinburne University, was building a necklace that sounds an alarm on facial contact, when the mishap occurred on Thursday night.

The 27 year-old astrophysicist, who studies pulsars and gravitational waves, said he was trying to liven up the boredom of self-isolation with the four powerful neodymium magnets.

“I have some electronic equipment but really no experience or expertise in building circuits or things,” he told Guardian Australia.

“I had a part that detects magnetic fields. I thought that if I built a circuit that could detect the magnetic field, and we wore magnets on our wrists, then it could set off an alarm if you brought it too close to your face. A bit of boredom in isolation made me think of that.”

However, the academic realised the electronic part he had did the opposite – and would only complete a circuit when there was no magnetic field present.

“I accidentally invented a necklace that buzzes continuously unless you move your hand close to your face,” he said.

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>>575479
... Medical records from the emergency department said that Reardon did not have difficulty breathing, and denied the presence of further magnets up his nose.

The astrophysicist told Guardian Australia he had ruled out further experiments with the magnets and face-touching, and would find other ways to pass the time while at home.

“I’m actually getting a lot of work done,” he said. “Working remotely is not that bad. We are also renovating our house, so I am building shelves, making furniture and doing some tiling.”
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How the ever loving fuck did he get a doctorate
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>>575478
Classic Australian.
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>>575478
Seams very smart if it comes from gov,. and mass media then I will believe it as long as it suits my agenda.... or not if I could profit for that. No one real cares if its truth (we know it is swindle) as long as it not effects my chips I invested.
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>>575534
>>575521
>>575478
you are not getting away from this one

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https://www.latimes.com/food/story/2020-03-11/coronavirus-china-wet-markets

By Christopher St. Cavish

March 11, 20206 AM

SHANGHAI —

As some media outlets cover the coronavirus, journalists are mixing up wet markets and wildlife markets. But most wet markets are not wildlife markets, and confusing the two is dangerous.

“Wet” markets are what China calls its fresh food markets, the kind you see all over the developing world and in many parts of Europe, where small stalls sell fresh vegetables and butchers sell meat, primarily pork. They are the daily market for tens of millions of Chinese who prefer to talk to the people who sell them produce, meat, seafood and tofu, and in small cities, are often the only outlet for small-scale farmers who can’t meet the supplier requirements for supermarkets. (Still, it’s important to differentiate: Most wet markets, especially in big cities, may look like farmers markets but are buying from the same wholesale suppliers as supermarkets.)

They are a cornerstone of China’s food distribution system and have benefits for society both tangible and intangible, from improved nutrition for children to stronger interpersonal relationships. So-called for their open-air origins, where the ground was hosed down throughout the day, they are the traditional backbone to China’s food supply system.
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>>576611
>#firechanghirewong
my sides anon, please, stop it, i cant take any more
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>>576654
yes, it literally is going to happen by accident every single time.
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>>576548
I've read people discussing it, and I'm not Chinese.
Apparently this wouldn't be the first time retards sold viral lab stock on the meat market. Back during the old days in East Europe, a vaccine lab from commie Romania sold test cows on the black market, profiting from the meat scarcity the regime had imposed on the country.
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Fucker is lying. Have seen the wet markets in China and my own country and though my own country has actually good sanitation and cleanliness standards they're still dirty and damp and a great disease vector because of how much foot traffic, dankness and that even if the food inspector's aren't corrupt, they can't be there at all times.

Ofc if you're an expat living in Shanghai you'd probably see a clean wet market - prob some kind of Potemkin village to impress white expat sympathizers.
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>>576286
Wouldn't it be more bias if the author never lived in china at all and wrote an article about china? Make up your minds.

Fag

https://nypost.com/2020/03/31/andrew-cuomos-nipples-take-our-minds-off-coronavirus/
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I'm dilating right now.
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>>577045
It helps if you arch your back deeply.

21 Million Fewer Cellphone Users in China May Suggest a High CCP Virus Death Toll

https://www.livetradingnews.com/21-million-fewer-cellphone-users-in-china-may-suggest-a-high-ccp-virus-death-toll-170809.html

After trump called it the chinese disease, the chinese government began ramped up their falsification of disease totals into overdrive

21 million less cellular subscribers in china suggest that the Wuhan Xi virus had a devastating effect on the chinese

The number of Chinese cellphone users dropped by 21 million in the past three months, Beijing authorities announced on March 19. Deaths due to the CCP virus may have contributed to the high number of account closings.

Cellphones are an indispensable part of life in China.

“The digitization level is very high in China. People can’t survive without a cellphone,” Tang Jingyuan, a U.S.-based China affairs commentator, told The Epoch Times on March 21. “Dealing with the government for pensions and social security, buying train tickets, shopping … no matter what people want to do, they are required to use cellphones.

“The Chinese regime requires all Chinese to use their cellphones to generate a health code. Only with a green health code are Chinese allowed to move in China now. It’s impossible for a person to cancel his cellphone.”

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>>575031
Look Chang, if you want to play with the Russian bot big boys, you need to be more subtle. You really think any anon here is that deep in the weeds on gook shit?
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>>574993

Cell phone data being used to judge it? Thats a bit of a misnomer.

I haven't used my phone at all since I've been isolated at home. I generally turn it to wifi only (airplane mode) or turn it off, because I have home internet. Like almost all of China does.
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>>576850
You didn't read well enough
Cell phone subscriptions
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winnie the pooh
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>>576850
English, Chang
Learn2read it
It says "21 million less cellular subscribers"
Idk what the fuck you were reading
You need to go Chang, let Wang replace you
#FireChangHireWang


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