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Covid-19 Incident and Free Speech

The right to free speech is inherent to the human condition, but in light of the events of Covid-19, I am apprehensive about its future, and I am delighted to tell you about my experience here.

I'm from China, which is where Coivd-19 came from. In September 2019, the Chinese government held a virus-related drill at Wuhan airport called "Yunnan Jadeite" in preparation for the imminent release of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. In fact, no one knew that the virus would hit the world in February 2020.

"'FREE SPEECH*'" by Newtown grafitti is licensed under CC BY 2.0 .

In December 2019, the virus had already begun to spread in Wuhan, and the Chinese government admonished an ophthalmologist named Li Wenliang for warning the general public about the severity of this virus via social media. We could not save Dr. Li's life after he became infected with Covid-19 on February 6, 2020, and he passed away.

From December 2019 until January 19, 2020, I used my Chinese social media to warn everyone to beware of this virus. Since it originates from the Chinese military bio-weapon program and uses the backbone of the Zhoushan bat, which has been subjected to the functional enhancement and animal passaging, this virus will have strong mutations and the worst outbreaks possible. Because of the comments I posted on multiple of my Chinese social media accounts, those accounts have been disabled. Even more ludicrous is that the Chinese government did not announce that the virus would spread from person to person until after the 21st of January in 2020.

People in Communist China who speak out against or disagree with the regime have always been subject to repression and purges. My preconception was that constraints on speech would only exist in totalitarian and authoritarian regimes, but that is not the case.

It was evident that Twitter and Big Tech did not want to see me publicizing that the virus came from the Wuhan Biological Laboratory. Thus, my Twitter account was suspended for a period of 48 hours in the middle of 2020 for spreading misinformation. At that time, Perosi and the some media also didn't like Trump's executive order, which went into effect on February 1, 2020, and stopped Chinese citizens from entering the US directly. Even the head of the medical field, Anthony Fauci, has stated a dozen times that the virus can only have a natural origin.

With regards to the vaccine, I have never contracted Coivd-19 without receiving a vaccination, many people around me have. in my opinion, the vaccine effectiveness is very weak". In the same vein, I have been showing everyone, both on social media and in real life, that there are more effective methods of protection against COVID-19, and I have been doing so. However, whenever the terms "Vaxxine" or "hydroxxxxxxxxuine" appear in my comments, my tweets are hidden. Even creepier, Dr. Vladimir Zelenko has received death threats for promoting "hydroxxxxxxxxuine to prevent Covid-19.

What's become of all this? Why is this taking place? Why am I being silenced in the US for claiming that viruses originate in China? Why does the government continue to give the Covid-19 vaccination such a strong endorsement when it is common knowledge that has a weak effect?

According to Matt Taibbi's revelations, Twitter adhered to the standard established by the Global Engagement Center GEC, a U.S. government interagency organization. This standard labeled accounts as "Russian personas and proxies" if they met certain criteria, such as "describing the Coronavirus as an engineered bioweapon" and blaming "research conducted at the Wuhan institute."

Regarding vaccines, my point is that, due to the financial interests of specific people or groups, the research and delivery of vaccines are overemphasized, while the early treatment of medications like "hydroxxxxxxxxuine " is disregarded.

Now that I know, the US government is also pressuring Twitter to censor speech passively, so what is the US government frightened of? Why did the US government suppress my comments that the virus originated in a Chinese laboratory? 

In fact, the EcoHealth Alliance has received a grant proposal from the National Institutes of Health for a project named "Understanding the Risk of Bat Coronavirus Emergence." Surprisingly, the Wuhan Institute also obtained $599,000 of that money, for a total of $3.1 million, to carry out the study.  It is difficult for me to conceive of any kind of relationship or cooperation between them. The United States government has been evasive up to this point regarding the identification of the source of Coivd-19. The virus that has killed more than a million Americans is essential to find the source, fortunately, after the Republican Party takes the House of Representatives, it will instantly investigate the source of the virus. Of course, I never want it to be a bipartisan competition.

After this series of incidents, my desire for free speech has strengthened because I feel I have slowly lost.

I believe any restrictions on the right to free expression must be based on enforceable national or state laws. For instance, any information on the sale of recreational marijuana in Florida should be taken down if it is illegal there.

On the other hand, The government cannot arbitrarily restrict citizens' freedom of speech, particularly when they criticize public individuals or government activities on social media. Instead of being evasive and then beginning to utilize a variety of pretexts to stifle free expression, a government should respond to questions from the public with honest and direct answers. Without a factual or legal determination, the government shouldn't decide whether the information is incorrect or harmful. Citizens will progressively lose the chance to learn and explore the truth if the government does not impose speech restrictions based on facts or the law, and eventually the country will slide into communism or tyranny.

Wuhan airport drill for passengers with a new type of coronavirus last SEPTEMBER, DailyMail.

The Chinese doctor who tried to warn others about coronavirus, BBC.

Russian Disinformation Apparatus Taking Advantage of Coronavirus Concerns, GEC

NIH admits US funded gain-of-function in Wuhan — despite Fauci’s denials, New York Post

In closing, I am thankful that I am able to voice my opinions in the land of the free, God bless the United States of America.


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