The center for disease control stated last week that the coronavirus was most certainly caused by bats. Bat meat is an industry in the Province of China where the coronavirus originated. We went into greater detail on how this occurred in a recent article. Following the SARS outbreak of 2002-2003, the Chinese government was asked by many countries, including the United States, to ban the hunting of bats.
From the people who brought you The Great Leap Forward, China currently leads the league in human right violations. One need only read about their history of forced abortions in cases like Feng Jianmei. She was forced to have an abortion for not paying a 40,000 yuan (approx $5500) fine for violating China’s one-child policy. Local officials first demanded she pay the fine. When she did not pay it, they arrested Feng, made her sign an agreement to have the abortion, then held her down while injection her with abortifacient.
The biggest atrocities in China by far have to do with organ harvesting. Human rights organizations have thoroughly investigated the reality that china has organ donor lists containing the compatibily of prisoners with people who need organ transplants. These prisoners, many of whom are incarcerated for practicing their religion, are operated on and murdered for profit. This has been proven beyond a shadow of a doubt using statistics. The Chinese government is sacrificing human lives in the name of profit.