Coronavirus Doctor Li Wenliang Did Not Exist

This post is more relevant now than ever before. If Chinese poster-child Li Wenliang did not exist, then why would we believe anything we are told about the COVID-19 fake pandemic? The Chinese statistics were shown to be simulated, the poster-child is shown here to be completely fraudulent. The entire event is fraudulent. The numbers are rigged. The media is telling a story that does not need to reflect reality. Do not believe what you are being told. If there is a new virus, it is a weak one that is not worthy of this panic. Re-posting this as a reminder to out audience who might have missed it initially. The emperor wears no clothes! The pandemic does not exist.

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Readers might already know that I was on the trail of this one, and I think it is worthy of its own post. Last week, the doctor who was known as the “whistleblower” on the Chinese coronavirus was reported to have died from the virus. The red flags surrounding this death are redder than the Chinese flag is red. Something fishy absolutely happened here, and below I will explore what I believe we have witnessed: Li Wenliang did not exist (or if he did, he was a state agent and most certainly did not die of the coronavirus).

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14 thoughts on “Coronavirus Doctor Li Wenliang Did Not Exist

  1. Hey Faux, how are things going on over there in the Appalacchians or Oklahoma or whatever the fruit it is that you live? Please make sure to stock up pangolin food cans for Rothman… Pets matter too in this non-existent pandemic!


      1. Anytime. I would have waited a lil’bit more… the fattier the tastier. Frying is my go-to method just like turkeys or armadillos. If you have not had armadillo before, I highly recommend it. Specially if you can fry it in big chunks similar to mexican’s “carnitas” just as good but way more exotic since you substitute armadillo for porky. Nice ring btw, I see how you roll…


  2. I had two conversations today with strangers … a barista at a coffee shop down the road, and an hispanic man in the grocery store. It did not take much prodding with either. With the barista, we danced around a bit, and finally I said “I don’t know anyone who knows anyone who is sick.” Her response, an emphatic “I know!” The hispanic man, I mention his heritage because I recall that blacks were less likely than whites to believe in the moon hoax. There is much less faith in white authority figures. We were standing near the discount bin, well within six feet of each other, and he was talking about how he had scored 3 Musketeers the week before for $.39. Somehow the conversation came around to him explaining to me that far more people die of the flu each year than this. We made it a point to pat each other as we parted, illegal touching.

    Maybe that is part of the isolation strategy, that our collective experience is that this is a hoax.


  3. Of course this pandemic is made out of the finest bullshit man ever came up with. Can I send you a little story I wrote? It’s about the HIV scam but it perfectly fits the current scam.


            1. No. You could upload to a Google Drive and make it public, but my email should work fine. Not sure why it didn’t work.


              1. Ok, I’ll send a link, wait. First to a pdf file.
                If you think it’s worth while, I’ll try to find the original word file, probably easier for you to handle. I could also send a HTML file.


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