On Thursday, the editor-in-chief of Bild, Germany’s largest tabloid, launched a direct attack on Chinese communist President Xi Jinping for his regime’s unwillingness to come clean about the coronavirus pandemic and significant human rights violations. the Communist Party of China
“Your embassy in Berlin has approached me in an open letter because we asked in our Bild newspaper whether China should pay for the tremendous economic damage that the coronavirus is creating in China,” Julian Reichelt, the prominent Bild editor-in-chief, wrote to Jinping. everyone”.
“You [Jinping], your government, and your experts should have known the coronavirus was highly infectious a long time ago,” he said, “but you kept the world in the dark about it.” When Western investigators inquired about Wuhan’s going on, the country’s top specialists remained silent. They were too proud and nationalistic to confess the truth, which they considered a national embarrassment.”
‘You’re in charge of surveillance,’ Reichelt replied. You wouldn’t be president if you weren’t under constant monitoring. He keeps an eye on everything and everyone, but he refuses to keep an eye on his country’s diseased wet markets. He closes down all newspapers and websites criticizing his reign, but not the bat soup stands. He’s not only keeping an eye on his people; he’s also putting them in danger – and the rest of the globe with them.”
He went on to say that “monitoring is a denial of freedom” in his measure. And a country that isn’t free isn’t inventive, and a country that isn’t innovative isn’t going to invent anything. That is why he has made his country the world champion in intellectual property theft. Instead of developing on its own, China benefits from the inventions of others. The fact that China’s young people are not allowed to think freely is one of the reasons for the country’s lack of innovation and invention. The coronavirus is China’s most successful export (which no one desired but has spread worldwide).
“I followed your news on the corona pandemic in general, and China’s claimed culpability in particular,” Tao Lil, a Chinese embassy spokeswoman, said in an open letter to Bild on the embassy website on Wednesday. Apart from the fact that we think it’s bad to blame one country for a global pandemic and then offer a detailed breakdown of China’s purported debts to Germany, the story leaves some key details.
“We observe that many nations currently grappling with COVID-19 have had time to prepare for the pathogen’s cross-border transmission after China notified its outbreak under IHR [World Health Organization] guidelines,” he continued.
“Its facilities in Wuhan have been researching coronaviruses in bats, but without keeping the greatest safety requirements,” according to a Washington Post story quoted by Bild’s editor-in-chief. Why are their hazardous laboratories not as secure as their political prisons? Do you wish to tell the mourning widows, daughters, sons, spouses, and dads of Corona victims worldwide?
“Your people are gossiping about you in your country,” he concluded. Your authority is eroding. You have constructed a China that is opaque and opaque. China has a reputation as a surveillance state before Corona, and China is now renowned as a surveillance state that has spread dangerous sicknesses worldwide. That is the political legacy he has left behind.