In China, the virus spread like a tsunami, leaving dead bodies languishing in hospitals and creating enormous lines at crematoria. The leaked epidemic data failed to support itself, despite the CCP’s best efforts to hide what was happening. There is a lot of first-hand evidence from the public that demonstrates how many deaths are caused by the pandemic in China. The founder of Falun Gong, Master Li Hongzhi, said that 400 million people had perished in China as a result of the disease, which the CCP has been hiding. The CCP covered up the epidemic and the death toll in China reached 400 million.

The disease in China has spread rapidly across the entire nation since November of last year (2022). The Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention has reported no new deaths for 11 straight days, dating back to December 7, when officials were forced to give up zero-clearance control.


On January 8, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that only 37 persons had passed away due to the outbreak between December 7 of last year and January 8 of this year. No one in the nation had any faith in it.

China’s severely restricted social media is where most family tragedies occur every day, far exceeding the CCP-announced scenario, according to netizens. China’s statistics on the disease have been disputed by foreign media, but no one can obtain precise information from China. because the CCP prohibited writing “new crowns” on patients’ medical records and handed up statistics on pertinent data.

Falun Gong founder Master Li claimed that for more than three years, the CCP has been hiding the epidemic. In China, the plague claimed 400 million lives. China will have 500 million fatalities when this disease wave is over.

According to Master Li, 200 million people died in China when SARS first arose. When the CCP realised the population had dropped many years later, they swiftly implemented the two- and three-child systems.

Years ago, Master Li foresaw the devastation the epidemic would bring to China and provided instructions on how to prevent it. In his poetry, he used references to “discover the truth swiftly” and “avoid the wicked CCP.”

The most fatal catastrophe since the Great Leap Forward, according to
Ben Lowsen (Ben Lowsen), a military planner and expert on China, wrote in the “Diplomat” magazine on January 5 that the Chinese people may be in for “the biggest death incident since the Great Leap Forward.”

Between 1958 and 1961, Mao’s actions resulted in the death of 20 million or more people in famines, and amidst the turmoil and misery, Chinese officials decided not to disclose figures on the number of deaths in the famines, he added.

The current Xi Jinping administration has also essentially given up on supplying COVID-19 numbers, which is a concerning difference, according to Lawson.

China’s census data has recently been under scrutiny from the outside world. For instance, Yi Fuxian, a world-renowned demographer, predicted in December 2021 that China’s population in 2020 would be 1.28 billion rather than the 1.41 billion indicated by the official census figures. The pandemic statistics made public by the CCP were contested by outside specialists as early as the early stages of the outbreak.

George Calhoun, Director of the Quantitative Finance Project at Stevens Institute of Technology in the United States, questioned the infection rate and fatality rate in the CCP’s official report in a Forbes piece published in January.

The COVID-19 death rate in the United States is 248 fatalities per 100,000 people, which is higher than the average death rate in China, according to his calculations. The COVID-19 death rate recorded by the Chinese government is 0.321 deaths per 100,000 people. 800 times out. How is that even possible?

According to a Forbes story published on January 2 of last year, an examination of official CCP data revealed that within 90 days of Wuhan’s lockdown, the average mortality rate from COVID-19 was 376 times greater than the official CCP announcement of the national death rate. If Hubei Province is excluded, there were only 200–300 COVID-19 deaths among the remaining 1.3 billion Chinese in the two years following the introduction of the disease there in early 2020, making the death rate per 100,000 people. China has a death rate that is 124,000 times lower than that of the US, at 0.002, on average.

According to Hu Ping, honorary editor-in-chief of “Beijing Spring,” the CCP’s tactic of “disturbing the river” “Anyway, if I want to lie, I just make it bigger, the bigger the better, because if the lie is bigger than what the average person can imagine, then the average person is speculating and guessing. You will be constrained by your imagination and provide a low estimate when using genuine data.”

Hu Ping told VOA that the official is only trying to create confusion since they are aware that no one will believe their statistics and that they don’t expect anybody else to either. The goal of the authorities will only be partially accomplished as long as the death data develops into a case that no one can satisfactorily explain.

In large cities, the funeral industry is crippled.
The funeral and burial systems in China’s largest cities are currently in a condition of paralysis.

According to satellite images from the United States Maxar Technologies, which were cited by the “Washington Post” on January 10, the activities of funeral homes in various locations throughout China’s southeast and northwest are all out of the ordinary from Beijing to Nanjing and from Chengdu to Kunming. Busy.

According to satellite images taken by Massar Technology on December 24 of last year, a funeral home in Tongzhou, Beijing, appeared to have constructed a new parking lot around that time. According to The Washington Post, the expansion will take place on or after December 22. The funeral home parked more than 100 vehicles simultaneously in less than two days.

The driver who assisted in moving the body to Nanjing told the Post that in all his years of operating a hearse, he had never witnessed anything like this.

Funeral homes all throughout China are experiencing similar situations.

On December 28 of the previous year, a representative of Shanghai Baoxing Funeral Home told The Epoch Times, “We started issuing numbers at 8 o’clock. We now wait in line for four to five hours each day. We’ll have to return at a later time if we can’t acquire them. The original daily cap of 90 (corpses) has now been increased to four to five hundred. Already, the team is putting in extra hours. In Shanghai, there are 15 funeral establishments, according to available sources.

The proprietor of a funeral home in Shenyang told a reporter for the Epoch Times on December 19 of last year that people died in the emergency rooms of various hospitals in Shenyang, and the corpses (dead bodies) could not be transferred. “I visited the (emergency room) to remove them.

He admitted that there was no place to store the corpses because there was no car to move them. He stated, “There are too many people passing away (death), there is no way, there are too many. It’s the same in every hospital. In some hospitals, dozens, seven or eight remains are piled up, and the remains are placed there. There is no way, if you can’t get away, there is no trick at all.”

A crematorium in Dengzhou, a county-level city in Henan, processes more than 100 corpses a day, and as many as 160 corpses a day in recent weeks, according to a funeral worker quoted in The Economist. Before the COVID outbreak, the facility was only able to handle 30 to 40 cremations each day. The employee said the coronavirus was to blame for his three times greater workload than usual.

On January 13, Bao Jian, the daughter of Zhao Ziyang’s secretary Bao Tong, sent the following tweet: “Hundreds of thousands of people died in Beijing in one month, and the city government even beat gongs and drums to hold a commendation meeting. It’s shameless! It’s been less than a month. , 17 of my friends or their relatives have left. This is unheard of in my life. Could it be that it happened once in a thousand years? How do you explain to the citizens in Beijing that 90% of the people are infected with the virus within a month? In the beginning, 90% were asymptomatic, and now 90% are symptomatic, and 10% are severe?”

Another netizen replied, “I’m in Beijing. The number of hundreds of thousands you said may be a bit conservative. I estimate it to be in the millions.”

Bao Jian replied, “I don’t have accurate data, but according to the funeral parlors are full, there are many corpses in the furnace, the waiting time for incineration is several times or even ten times longer than usual, the emergency system is paralyzed, the emergency department queues, the hospital mortuary is full, coffins, urns, cemeteries The supply is in short supply… and based on the locally released data on severe cases and white lung disease, the most important thing is to make subjective judgments based on the official attitude of not saying a word.”

Along with large cities, rural areas also lack optimism. According to Mr. Wang, a system insider who asked for anonymity out of fear for his safety, the disease is particularly bad in his province of Anhui.

“Two of our neighbours also passed away, and a group of elderly folks perished first on our side. young individuals are now beginning to (die). Even awful are the rural areas. Funerals are done daily because there are so many daily deaths in tiny villages.” He stated, “Death in the name of the new crown is prohibited, according to a sign posted at the neighbourhood hospital. Underlying illnesses like excessive blood pressure, diabetes, and heart disease are the root cause of all fatalities.”

According to Bloomberg, there are sick in practically every household in a village in Luyi County, Henan Province. The hamlet is filled with resignation, and many families choose to care for their loved ones who are nearing the end of their lives at home. It is quite doubtful that their names will appear on any official COVID death lists in China.

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