21 Million Chinese Cellphone Users Disappear in Three Months of Pandemic

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That's a lot of dead cell phones. Maybe 21 million stopped paying their bill due to job loss. Some people think that the 21 million correlates with deaths.
“Lacking data, the real death toll in China is a mystery.”
The opacity of the Chinese Communist government obliges responsible outside observers to look for clues to the truth of the coronavirus epidemic, instead of merely repeating official information without question.

The official count from China is 3,277 fatalities from 81,171 infections as of Tuesday, but the Epoch Times noted the troubling disappearance of some 21 million cell phone accounts in China over the past three months – an unprecedented decline that hints at more fatalities than Beijing is prepared to admit.

It should be stated at the outset that we should not be forced to read tea leaves to figure out what really happened in China, especially in the virus epicenter of Hubei province and the city of Wuhan, where Chinese officials are currently making claims of zero new infections that no one seriously believes.

While more responsible governments issue troubling warnings of a second wave of infections, severe enough to prompt the re-imposition of quarantine procedures that were only recently lifted, China claims it has no second wave and all of its new coronavirus cases are imported.

 

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I don't believe anything the CCP says. They knew about the outbreak in Wuhan, purposely covered it up, manipulated the numbers, and failed to contain the virus leading to a worldwide pandemic.

p.s. Hats off to the Epoch Times for noting this disturbing data. I strongly recommend subscribing to their weekly print.
 

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I don't believe anything the CCP says. They knew about the outbreak in Wuhan, purposely covered it up, manipulated the numbers, and failed to contain the virus leading to a worldwide pandemic.

p.s. Hats off to the Epoch Times for noting this disturbing data. I strongly recommend subscribing to their weekly print.
The outbreak in Wuhan was quite possibly a PLA beta test that got out of hand.
 
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Yes dispute the number or the source. Forget everything you saw in the opening month (welded doors, caged pickups, gyms full of the dying, sobbing pleas from front line medics, so much else...) and be like yeah sure it was aliens lol!

Dismiss Italy, Spain, and soon New York due to it just being elderly smokers with pre existing conditions... lol.

Can’t see the writing if it slapped you in the face...
 
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I would like to point out most of the Asian countries have real low death counts but it sure does hit those Western Europeans real hard. Asian countries have single digit death percentages for closed cases, Western European and the US? Ouch, the number was so bad in the U.S. Worldometer took it down. Coincidence?
 

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Factors to consider in regards to Italy
  1. Age of population
  2. Societal practices of
    1. smoking
    2. kissing both cheeks in greeting
  3. Apartments/businesses/restaurants are a lot tighter quarters too.
  4. They tried to send Trump a big 'Bah Fungool' by adopting the Chinese recommendation of "Hug a Stranger" the day that Trump stopped air travel to/from China in the midst of Fashion Week in Milan which features numerous Chinese buyers and suppliers (of fabric).
  5. Tepid acceptance of quarantines and social distancing
Hopefully a cautionary tale for us...
 

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The CCP apparently allows Chinese to have up to five phones each.

This data is telling us the China death toll was in the millions.
 

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I have been thinking that smoking status hasn't been reported much, and seems like that would be a big underlying risk factor for any age.

Factors to consider in regards to Italy
  1. Age of population
  2. Societal practices of
    1. smoking
    2. kissing both cheeks in greeting
  3. Apartments/businesses/restaurants are a lot tighter quarters too.
  4. They tried to send Trump a big 'Bah Fungool' by adopting the Chinese recommendation of "Hug a Stranger" the day that Trump stopped air travel to/from China in the midst of Fashion Week in Milan which features numerous Chinese buyers and suppliers (of fabric).
  5. Tepid acceptance of quarantines and social distancing
Hopefully a cautionary tale for us...
 

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Factors to consider in regards to Italy
  1. Age of population
  2. Societal practices of
    1. smoking
    2. kissing both cheeks in greeting
  3. Apartments/businesses/restaurants are a lot tighter quarters too.
  4. They tried to send Trump a big 'Bah Fungool' by adopting the Chinese recommendation of "Hug a Stranger" the day that Trump stopped air travel to/from China in the midst of Fashion Week in Milan which features numerous Chinese buyers and suppliers (of fabric).
  5. Tepid acceptance of quarantines and social distancing
Hopefully a cautionary tale for us...
Absolutely. And when a "corona virus death" is added to the statistics, you don't know what was the CAUSE of the death?

The virus itself doesn't kill. It reprograms the cell to cause symptoms that ultimately shut down systems and cause death.

Just because someone died after testing positive for the virus, does not mean they died FROM the virus.

I will not believe that a virus that causes "self-limiting flu-like symptoms" is causing the death toll the MSM reports.

I have been thinking that smoking status hasn't been reported much, and seems like that would be a big underlying risk factor for any age.
The #1 risk factor for respiratory infections is smoking
-pneumonia
-acute bronchitis (and chronic)
-sinusitis
-laryngitis
 

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Maybe the phones don't work with other carriers in the new countries they are in now. People probably couldn't get reception inside a shipping containers.
 
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