These Chinese government has been exposed more for its human rights abuses and iron fisted rule more during this Coronavirus scare than anything over the past half-century.
In a recent CCTV video that has been doing the rounds on social media, a man wearing formals is seen getting inside an elevator and standing at its entrance. Immediately, he is spotted spitting on his hand or a piece of tissue paper and rubbing the saliva on the elevator's buttons. Soon after doing this, he leaves the spot. Though we are unclear of his intention, netizens claim that this would be that man's mission to spread the deadly coronavirus.
Reports suggest that the footage is from the city of Datong in Shanxi province in China.
In another video that has surfaced online, a woman and a man are also spotted doing similar act inside a lift. As per the news reports, the clip shows a Chinese family from Guangxi province consciously rubbing saliva on the elevator buttons. The video has gone viral with over 1.3 million views just on Twitter alone.
Courageous Chinese woman uploaded this video to social media and it disappeared but not before it was downloaded and shared.
In the video, the woman expresses her disgust in the Communist regime and their handling of the Coronavirus.
Everyone seems to be a prisoner within their own homes, even if they don't have the virus and those who do, can not get into hospitals or access to treatment.
We hope this woman is ok but chances are, Xi's jackboot thugs have taken her away to a camp somewhere, never to be seen again.
A video uploaded to social media shows a gang of Chinese government officials, dressed in protective gear, smashing and prying open a door, behind which a an elderly man is sitting calmly.
One official is seen with a metal device, used to pin citizens to the wall so they can be apprehended.
Chinese state-owned newspaper People’s Daily has uploaded a video of disinfection work in the city of Wuhan, the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak that has spread across the globe.
The clip is apocalyptic: workers roll giant machines down empty streets, blasting huge plumes of disinfecting spray. Lines of trucks move down large boulevards, filling the air with ominous white mist.
A second Chinese citizen journalist who had been covering China’s deadly coronavirus outbreak from its epicenter in Wuhan has gone missing just days after the disappearance of Chen Qiushi, a former rights lawyer who was video blogging from the city.
Fang Bin, a Wuhan businessman who had been posting videos filmed from city hospitals, was allegedly arrested on Sunday (Feb. 9, link in Chinese), according to Hong Kong broadcaster RTHK, the same day he posted a 12-second video of a piece of paper with the words “resist all citizens, hand the power of the government back to the people” written on it, which he read aloud. RTHK, which didn’t name its source, said that plainclothes police officers accompanied by firefighters broke down Fang’s door to enter his flat. Hua Yong, a Chinese artist and rights activist, told Quartz yesterday that Fang’s friends had separately told him of the arrest.
AYUTTHAYA THAILAND- A man rammed a car into his neighbor in front of his house on Saturday, killing him instantly, following a quarrel over a clothesline.
The incident occurred at the Krungsri City housing estate in tambon Khlong Suan Phlu of Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya.
Police and forensic officials who were called to the scene found the body of the victim, with broken legs and arms and severe bruises, about 50 meters away from his house. Broken plant pots were found scattered over the area.
Again, Chinese officials are caught lying. The official statement from China is that children overall have stayed clear of the Coronavirus, only infecting 2 newborns.
But CCTV footage leaked online shows dead children at a Wuhan hospital. One is seen lying on the floor and one is wheeled out on a gurney.
Bar code beats? The twelve bar code boogie? Leave it to the Japanese to take music to a cosmic level.
CHINA has begun to take extreme measures to contain coronavirus as a video has surfaced showing officials appearing to drag suspected infected citizens from their homes.
The video footage showed officials forcibly removing people who have been suspected of carrying the virus.
All three people who were removed from the home in the video resisted the efforts of those in protective suits but were dragged regardless.
A local resident at China's #coronavirus outbreak epicenter filmed body bags piled up in a funeral home van—and got arrested for releasing the video.
At first, local resident Fang Bin saw 3 body bags piled inside the van at the city's number 5 hospital. "Jeez, so many dead bodies, three, three body bags, bodies inside."
Fang Bin then went to the inpatient department. Three minutes later, he returned to the van and found 5 more bodies.
"I filmed the body bags inside the van of Wuchang Funeral Home just a while ago, now there’s even more. There were only three body bags, now let me count ... body bags ... 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, eight body bags, jeez."
Fang Bin later went inside the hospital and saw a man dying on a hospital bed with his distressed son out of breath from grief.
Bin’s video went viral, but later the same day, the police arrived and arrested him.
Before being taken away, Bin quickly posted videos he took of the arrest online. He was released around midnight—After his videos began getting global attention.
Across the coastal province of Zhejiang, the worst-hit area after Hubei province, four big cities have essentially put their populations under a form of house arrest: Only one person from each household is allowed to leave, and only every second day, to buy supplies.
Local authorities put a “No visitors allowed” sign on Allen Li’s family home in Hangzhou and locked the door with a metal chain from the outside. “We argued with them, but they said it’s a decision from above,” Li told the South China Morning Post. “We understand we should not go out. But this is not humane. What if there’s a fire at our home at midnight and we can’t get anyone to unlock it?”
A soldier has gone on a mass shooting rampage in a city in Thailand and left at least 20 people dead in a bloody massacre.
The crazed military officer opened fire in Nakhon Ratchasima – also known as Korat – in north-eastern Thailand this afternoon.
He first killed his commander and two others at a military base before storming the Terminal 21 shopping mall in the city.
The gunman then randomly shot at multiple civilians at the mall, reportedly including a police officer, child, taxi driver, and a student.
The suspect is now said to be holed up on the fourth floor of the mall where he has taken 16 hostages.
In a nation where freedoms are fleeting, you will now get arrested for not wearing a mask during the Coronavirus, even though experts say they do little to nothing in stopping the spread of the virus.
A shocking video leaked from Wuhan shows a Chinese woman being forced into Quarantine Box by authorities. The sounds of her screams are haunting. It is not clear if she is suspected of having the Coronavirus or if she is a video leaker being arrested. Reports have stated China cracking down on citizens leaking videos showing the horrid conditions within Wuhan and other prison cities.
American teacher Dr. Diana Adama documented what life in Wuhan, China is like amidst the coronavirus outbreak.
In Nanchang, Jiangxi Province, someone failed to disclose he came from Wuhan. After he was confirmed to have coronavirus, angry people beat his family.
JIUJIANG: Hours ticked by on Saturday (Feb 1) as 50-year-old Lu Yuejin struggled to get past the police checkpoint on the bridge over the Yangtze river and out of Hubei province, which is on virtual lockdown as China scrambles to control a coronavirus outbreak.
Lu, a farmer from a village on the Hubei province side of the bridge, was trying to gain passage for her daughter, 26-year-old Hu Ping, who has leukemia.
She has been unable to receive a second round of chemotherapy treatment in the overwhelmed hospitals of provincial capital Wuhan, the epicenter of the virus outbreak.
A video shared on social media has left everyone shocked once again raising concerns about the manner in which China is handling the novel Coronavirus breakout. The video, which was leaked online with VPN inside China, showed two dead bodies lying on a street in China. The shocking video showed the two bodies lying on the street being eating by crows, while several passersby watching the sight.
A voiceover in the video can be heard narrating the scene about how bodies are lying on the street, while there is no one to cremate them and are being eaten by crows.
However, this is not the first time that bodies have been found lying around on the streets in China since the coronavirus breakout. Last week, several videos had emerged showing bodies lying on the streets, on the train and even in supermarkets.
Leaked video from Wuhan shows Chineses authorities locking civilians into their apartments using steel bars, which are bolted onto their doors. The occupants are reportedly infected with the Coronavirus but it is unclear how the occupants will be able to get treatment or supplies to survive.
Guangzhou is home to Asia’s largest African migrant population, who come to China chasing business opportunities, reputable universities, and low living costs. Carlotta Dotto reports.
But with massive migration comes massive problems such as crime and balkanization.
Footage has emerged appearing to show a man being forcibly removed from the Guangzhou metro by security staff for not wearing a face mask after the South China province implemented a mandatory order to wear them amid the coronavirus crisis.
Chinese companies are working overtime to produce masks amid soaring demand caused by the country’s coronavirus outbreak.
Dozens of videos posted on social media show people dropping like flies in the streets, subways and hospitals in Wuhan. It's become such a norm, most Chinese just go about their business as if nothing is happening.
The death toll from the Wuhan coronavirus has topped 100, with more than 4,500 cases confirmed across China, as US authorities warned against all "non-essential" travel to China.
THIS is the incredible moment a man survives a tiger attack in India by playing dead.
The horrifying scene was filmed in Bhandara in the Maharashtra state on Saturday.
More frightening, apocalyptic images posted on social media from the prison city if Wuhan.
As the government clamps down on people leaving or entering the city in their attempt to contain the Coronavirus, food supplies are starting to run short. People are fighting over bags of rice.
Hazmat suit-wearing police force the sick or percieved sick into vans.
The hospital is overcrowded and medical supplies have run out. Bodies are dropping in the middle of the street and in waiting rooms of the hospital. The situation is so bad, China has ordered a second hospital to be built immediately!
The nightmare continues!
This Chinese man sat up top of a platform at the edge of his village while holding an ancient Guandao. The man would not let outsiders pass into his village out of fear of the Coronavirus spreading to his region.
Wuhan, where cases of coronavirus were first reported before the outbreak spread across the world, has been dubbed “zombieland” by desperate locals.
Overcrowded hospitals, people dropping in the middle of the street, dying citizens treated in gardens because there is no room in the hospital, police bullying people into ambulances, 2-day old corpses under blankets it's like a bad nightmare these poor people can't wake up from.
The Chinese Government is acting quickly, not to find a cure or aid the spread of the Coronavirus, but rather stop the leaks of videos like this one, which show the true nightmare going on in regions of China. These images leaked the past 48 hours look like scenes from a terrifying, apocalyptic Hollywood movie.