There are spooky, dystopian scenes that are currently said to be taking place in Shenzhen. People wrapped in white “protective clothing” go from house to house, allegedly searching every room, bed and closet to check the number of people in the house. All because of “pandemic prevention” because “new cases” would have been discovered again. This is probably the brave new world that Mr. Schwab has planned for us.
A comment by Willi Huber
You will own nothing and you will be happy. That is the motto of Klaus Schwab’s “Great Reset” and the UN Agenda 2030. It is unclear whether, following the North Korean model, only the lucky ones will remain. What happened to that one uncle who didn’t gossip happily enough is well known. It was a touch more drastic than the fate of all those who are currently not happy enough for vaccinations, gossip against those who think differently and against peace.
According to several anonymous sources, hundreds of Chinese officials are again roaming the metropolis of Shenzhen. It is difficult to judge what is true and what is not, because there is no independent news from the Chinese dictatorship. You’re still just a step ahead of the West, which has just banned Russian state broadcasters in the course of inviolable freedom of expression. That’s how important basic rights are to the morally high-quality rulers.
If you make the effort and do a little research, you can find numerous sources confirming that there have been new cases of Covid-19 in Shenzhen – in the low double digits. Shenzhen has 12.6 million inhabitants. As a result, the Chinese dictatorship put on its big show again – because fear is very important here and there in order to maintain state power.
In China, this also includes killing the pets of Covid patients. This makes no sense in the fight against the flu-like disease, but it clearly demonstrates to the people who has power. Apart from that, pets are not CO2-neutral, as our Greens also preach.
If you want to use the subway, you have to currently a Covid test on site endure. If you let these pictures sink in, it becomes clear: Despite the Ukraine crisis, the world is far from over the Covid theater. Maybe the pictures from Shenzhen are enough, like the wrongly contextualized pictures from Bergamo, to herald the next mania for measures in Europe as well?