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China handed a £130bn bill for ‘coronavirus damages’ sparking outrage

by LLB Reporter
19th Apr 20 3:34 pm

China has been given a £130bn invoice for “coronavirus damages” after being accused of the global pandemic sparking outrage in Beijing.

Germany has caused fury in Beijing after a major newspaper made an invoice for £130bn saying that Beijing “owes” Berlin.

Germany is the latest country in the world to speak out against China over coronavirus and has joined the UK, France and the US.

The US President Donald Trump also hit out at China and warned them of consequences if they did unleash the pandemic, he stopped short of what action the US will take.

He told reports on Saturday at the White House, “It could have been stopped in China before it started and it wasn’t, and the whole world is suffering because of it.”

“If it was a mistake, a mistake is a mistake.” But Trump gave a stark warning, “if they [China] were knowingly responsible, then there should be consequences.”

Turmp said the Chinese were “embarrassed” and the questions what happened with the coronavirus, was it “a mistake that got out of control, or was it done deliberately?”

Meanwhile, the British Medical Association (BMA) said that “genetic bioweapons to target certain ethnic groups is a possibility,” according to the Guardian in 2004.

The BMA added that problems in advances in science for things such as “treatment to Alzheimer’s and other debilitating diseases could also be used for malign purposes.”

Scientists warned in 2005, in the official view of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), there is “The potential to target a particular ethnic group with a biological agent is probably not far off.

“These scenarios are not the product of the ICRC’s imagination but have either occurred or been identified by countless independent and governmental experts,” said Jacques Forster, Vice President of the ICRC.

The US government held a congressional committee hearing in 2008 focusing on ‘genetics and other human modification technologies.’

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