Isn’t it strange that this original tweet was shared extensively around the world, with millions of views yet at no point did the lamestream media choose to explore the substance? Are they all bought and paid lackeys of the Chinese? Support @AltNewsMedia as we speak up! https://t.co/BjUiGfXRjN— David Vance (@DVATW) March 24, 2020
This is not a new story, here is a photo montage from Reuters, chronicling the conditions of Chinese workers from Wuhan, forced to work in Italy so their cheaply made leather goods could legitimately carry a “Made in Italy” tag.
History of violent outbreaks between the Chinese and the Italian locals pop up in stories from the past ten years hot on the heels of these Chinese people arriving. Even fashion mags noticed that “Made in Italy” no longer reflected dedicated artisans and craftsmen but Chinese automation. (Weird! After I copied the internet address this page was removed! Here’s what the link tease said before it was removed “‘Made in Italy‘ no longer means what it used to, thanks to an increasing number of Chinese-run clothing factories opening up in a Tuscan town. Italy’s textile industry has always been the best of …”)
Watch this graphic and see how the sweet spot for the virus after it departs China is Italy. (Reassuring now few red dots there are.) As of March 24, 2020, the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) had spread to six continents, and approximately 16,565 people had died after contracting the respiratory virus. Around 6,077 of these deaths occurred in Italy. (For comparison, the WHO estimates that 250,000 to 500,000 people die of seasonal flu annually.)
The global spread of COVID-19 visualized. Purple dots are infections, green are recoveries, red are deaths.— Gurindoor (@G_S_Bhogal) March 16, 2020
(Data: Johns Hopkins University)https://t.co/lGuMg1IdLU pic.twitter.com/hPB4xBlSMo
Now watch this propaganda video from the Chinese Communist Party and ask why Italy is so infected?