Communists Carted

A huffing, puffing PRC came at the Telegraph last week from a long run-up.

In the civilised world, ‘Bradman bats and bats and bats’ is a famous newspaper banner:

In Wuhan, it’s the name of a restaurant.”

Tim Blair dispatches its Consulate General for six

 
Incidentally, amidst all the police state round-ups (of Australians), I didn’t notice whether or not China’s ambassador to this country, Cheng Jingye, had been called in by Foreign Affairs for a carpeting over his country’s dangerous coronavirus lies. I’m guessing not.

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19 Responses to Communists Carted

  1. exsteelworker

    Batfink soup…. Sorry Batfink, your wings of steel are no match when it comes to a hungry Wuhanian.

  2. Herodotus

    The madness of politics and people so far this century means (as has been said before) that Blair will never be short of new material.

  3. bollux

    I caanot understand why our so called leaders are not listening. I’m getting bloody angry! Deaths in Italy solely to this killer is 0.014%. Why aren’t Australians rioting about this left-wing con job? I suppose throwing around other peoples money is a politicians wet dream but this has to end. Some stats.

    “Since the beginning of the outbreak in February to April 2, the City recorded 48,200 cases, 9,700 hospitalizations (20% of total cases) and 1,397 deaths (2.8% of total cases).
    70% of all deaths were patients over 65. Only 18 of the 1,397 fatalities were directly attributable to the coronavirus.
    Of the balance (1,379) 75% had confirmed underlying conditions and 25% were waiting for confirmation of which pre-existing conditions were present. These conditions included: diabetes, lung disease, cancer, immunodeficiency and heart disease.
    In Italy the death rate directly attributable solely to the coronavirus is 0.014% and in New York City 0.03%.
    In Italy those over 70 account for 87 percent of overall deaths; in New York those over 65 account for 70 percent, (99% of whom in both Italy and New York had serious underlying conditions).
    It is strikingly clear that older people with serious pre-existing conditions are at an exponentially higher risk. ‘

  4. Chris M

    Every day in my toddler I see an exact reflection of CCP behavior. Fortunately we know how to handle toddlers.

  5. Roger

    Incidentally, amidst all the police state round-ups (of Australians), I didn’t notice whether or not China’s ambassador to this country, Cheng Jingye, had been called in by Foreign Affairs for a carpeting over his country’s dangerous coronavirus lies. I’m guessing not.

    There was a hint that he’d been advised of Australia’s desire for exotic meat wet markets in China to be closed permanently.

    The following week the Daily Mail’s China correspondents reported that the wet markets were opening up again.

    No, the Chinese don’t take SloMo seriously either.

  6. Fat Tony

    Our real enemy is the MSM

  7. Chris M

    the Daily Mail’s China correspondents reported that the wet markets were opening up again.

    Because the Chinese know the Wuhan Institute Virus didn’t come from the wet market. Nevertheless to keep us safe we would need to keep the border with China closed while they are still eating bird droppings and rat dongs.

  8. dopey

    Bradman knew what a bat was for.

  9. Robbo

    China is guilty and must be made to pay. If they are allowed to walk away from what they have done without penalty what will they get up to next. The Chinese Government cannot ever be trusted again.

  10. Roger

    China is guilty and must be made to pay. If they are allowed to walk away from what they have done without penalty what will they get up to next. The Chinese Government cannot ever be trusted again.

    The civilised world and those nations which aspire to be members of it face a dilemma:

    We can have international trade and global travel by air & sea or we can allow China to get away with this and wait for the next zoonotic virus to escape from their disgusting wet markets.

    The choice is clear. That doesn’t mean politicians and their mandarin advisers will see it that way, though.

  11. billie

    I snorted ..

    as if our government would give the China ambasador a dressing down, Australian universities would have kiniptions, and the ABC, on my, nuclear level kiniptions

  12. Rob MW

    I’m getting bloody angry!

    Absolutely. It’s mind-blowing how effortlessly politicians slithered from the rule of law into the rule of totality, enforced by armed gov’t employees.

  13. nfw

    Our gutless politicians “carpet” the Chinese? Never happen. The embassy staff and consulates are probably well and truly tied into the daigou who caused the panic buying stupidity and shortages. What is being sent out in those 40 foot boxes labelled “diplomatic pouch”? They get away with destroying our economy and painfully with much sacrifice created lifestyle without retribution.

    As Communists like nationalising others’ private property without recompense then our gummint should do the same to anything remotely connected to the racist fascist CCP. That would be just about anything with a Chinese mainland connection as you don’t sneeze (isc) except apparently when creating viruses to spread around the world, without the CCP knowing about it. They will be happy with nationalisation as they do/did it themselves.

  14. jupes

    Our gutless politicians “carpet” the Chinese? Never happen.

    Indeed it won’t nfw. The question is, how many of our politicians are owned by the Chinese just like WHO is owned by the Chinese?

    Certainly plenty of former politicians are or have been on the Chicom payroll. Hawke, Keating, Carr, Robb, Dastyari and Downer are probably just the tip of the iceberg.

  15. Snoopy

    Those stupid Americans! Giving shed loads of money to the WHO organisation when a few shopping bags of USD to WHO administrators is much more effective.

  16. Tim Neilson

    Hawke, Keating, Carr, Robb, Dastyari and Downer are probably just the tip of the iceberg.

    Don’t forget Joel Fitzgibbon, Minister of Defence, who flew to China on Christmas Day (leaving his kids and his wife whose birthday is Christmas Day) at the peremptory behest of a Chinese “businesswoman”.

    As I recall, on Fitzgibbon’s watch a White Paper on the next 30 years’ defence strategies was shown to the Chicoms before being tabled in Parliament.

  17. Hay Stockard

    Bollix,
    What you said +1.
    V

  18. nb

    Bollix and Hay Stockard:
    +1 as well. Is that +2?
    I’d like to know if the number of deaths exceeds the averages for the same period during the last few years. If so, by what amount.
    At the end of the year will the number of deaths for 2020 exceed the average annual death rate?

  19. duncanm

    I miss the time before Blar was paywalled.

    “The effectiveness of China’s epidemic prevention and control has fully underlined the people-centred philosophy of the Communist Party of China and the strong advantages of the Chinese system.”

    In 2018, Amnesty International reported that China executed more citizens than the rest of the world combined.

    Please tell us more about your “people-centred philosophy” and how many bullets it requires.

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