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[Hot topic]Tianjin explosion of Omicron epidemic / Zhang Wenhong: Omicron will bite! | CCP Virus | Tianjin Epidemic

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Tianjin’s Omicron outbreak quarantines 75,000 people in one day, far more than Xi’an
The Omicron virus outbreak broke out in Tianjin, which has been in a state of “quasi-closed city”. The epidemic in Tianjin may far surpass Xi’an. In just one day, 75,000 people were quarantined in an emergency, and citizens were asked to “not leave Tianjin if necessary.” The number of people who have been quarantined since Xi’an has been shut down is 45,000.

Zhang Wenhong warns: Omicron is not a large flu, it will bite!
The mutant strain of the Chinese Communist Party virus Omicron (Omicron) is spreading rapidly in China. China‘s defense epidemic expert Zhang Wenhong warned a few days ago: Omicron is not a large flu, it will bite people!

U.S. Epidemic Soaring Expert: Omicron is coming like a tsunami and going in a hurry
Recently, Omicron, a new variant of the Chinese Communist Party virus (COVID-19), has spread rapidly around the world, resulting in a 71% increase in confirmed cases worldwide, reaching 9.5 million. The number of confirmed cases in the United States has also continued to soar in recent days. Although Omicron is extremely contagious, it is less lethal. Some experts pointed out that the spread of this virus is like a “tsunami”.

Officials of the CCP’s officialdom “black under the lights” frequently found officials of the Heilongjiang inspection team under investigation
On January 8, Wei Bin, the former deputy head of the inspection team of the Heilongjiang Provincial Party Committee of the Communist Party of China, was investigated. Wei Bin has retired for more than 4 years.

Intense fighting? “Chang’an Ten Days” was completely blocked after its resurrection
Chinese independent media person Jiang Xue published “Changan Ten Days” on Chinese social media. After experiencing the twists and turns of “death and resurrection”, it was blocked on the Chinese Internet on the 8th, even the former editor-in-chief of the Global Times Hu Xijin’s short comment on “Changan Ten Days” did not escape being deleted.

Leaked mouth?Xiaomi official micro-named “National Anti-fraud Center” as a monitoring center
The CCP launched the so-called “National Anti-Fraud Center App”, which is suspected of being surveillance software. A few days ago, when Xiaomi’s official Weibo “refuted rumors” of its own products, it referred to the “National Anti-fraud Center” as a monitoring center. Netizens responded “Thank you for your notice.”

At the beginning of the new year, at least 125 people were killed and injured in 8 days of frequent disasters in China (video)
Just one week after the New Year in 2022, natural and man-made disasters continue to occur in Mainland China. In addition to the spread of the Chinese Communist virus (COVID-19), earthquakes, fires, gas explosions, car accidents, landslides, etc. have occurred, as well as rare winter hail weather.

Xi’an distributes supplies to residents to say “thank the government”, detonating public outrage
Recently, a video broadcast on the Internet showed that the personnel who sent the materials in Xi’an asked the residents to say “thank the government” before they were willing to deliver the materials. The film aroused the anger of mainland netizens.

The U.S. reiterated its support for Lithuania and France to urge the EU to counter the CCP
Since Lithuania allows Taiwan to set up a representative office in the country, the Chinese Communist Party has recently continued to retaliate economically against Lithuania, and other EU countries have also been affected. The United States, which has publicly supported Lithuania for many times, once again sent a signal of support for Lithuania on January 7. In addition, there is news that France, which is currently the rotating presidency of the European Council, hopes that the EU will take measures to counter the Chinese Communist government as soon as possible.

Xi’an online shopping platform insists not to raise prices
After the closure of Xi’an, commodity prices have soared, and people suspect that local officials and government departments have benefited from it. A few days ago, officials filed an investigation on an online shopping platform that insisted on not raising prices on the grounds that “eggs were not washed”, triggering a strong public opinion backlash.

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