SDHF Newsletter No.315 HOW TO DEFEAT CHINA CANCER: THE FINAL SHOWDOWN Chapter 2: China Cancer Delivers the Virus of the Century
HOW TO DEFEAT CHINA CANCER: THE FINAL SHOWDOWN
(Bensei Publishing Inc.)
(English Translation: Society for the Dissemination of Historical Facts)
Series No. 3: Chapter 2: China Cancer Delivers the Virus of the Century
Suppose that physicians who consider themselves China specialists had examined the agglomeration of cancer cells that is China in the past. Nine out of 10 of them would have predicted a rosy outcome for their “patient.” They would have said, “Oh, don’t worry! China is experiencing growing pains now, and there is still an imbalance between the mental and the physical. We just need to provide nutrients (capital and technology). As intellectual growth proceeds, China will become a fine adult. Just wait and see!”
But recently a growing number of physicians have begun to wonder: “This patient’s behavior is abnormal. Could this be cancer?” “After all this time the patient’s condition should have returned to normal.” Even some Japanese physicians are now skeptical. But most of them, when examining the patient, conclude that it is best to adopt a wait-and-see policy. Why? Because even when confronted with Chinese-style tyranny, most Japanese ignore it, confident that it will not affect them directly. Unfortunately, the Wuhan coronavirus burst onto the scene, and spread through the world at lightning speed. It has affected every inhabitant of this planet either directly or indirectly; it is impossible to ignore.
What did the Chinese do in the early days when the discovery was made that a contagious disease had erupted in Wuhan? They did not take immediate steps to control the epidemic, as one might expect. What they did was embark on a cover-up campaign. Officials were fully aware that the disease could be transmitted from person to person, but they sat back and watched it spread. To make matters worse, instead of taking steps to combat the virus, the Chinese began putting pressure on the WHO (World Health Organization). They browbeat the organization’s officials, persuading them to refrain from using language that would reveal the place where the disease originated or its characteristics, like “Wuhan pneumonia” or “Wuhan coronavirus.”
Corona virus has exposed China’s true nature this time!
MOTEKI Hiromichi, Acting Chairman
for KASE Hideaki, Chairman
Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact