It was the New York Times Moscow Bureau Chief and communist Russian lick spittle and fanboy, Walter Duranty who totally under reported and downplayed the cold, calculated and deliberate starvation of millions of Ukrainians in 1932/33 with up to 10 million dead in order to eliminate resistance and to further spread the communist ideology.
It was Duranty who coined the phrase, ‘you can’t make an omelette without breaking a few eggs’ to described the deliberate starvation to bring the Ukrainians to heel.
The world saw it again under Mao Tse tung with the starvation of millions in communist China and for the same reason, with The Great Chinese Famine from 1959 to 1961 with 15 million dead.
Today we see that same cold, hard, calculated and deliberate Communist attitude and resistance at work with China taking offence at any criticism and totally opposed to an international inquiry.
To the Chinese Communist Party, the Coronavirus catastrophe is a mere speed bump in their long march along their One Belt One Road, in pursuit of global domination.
If nothing else it gives the rest of the world an insight into the attitudes the Chinese Communist Party not only has towards it’s own people but also to the rest of the world.
The lives and well-being of hundreds of millions are simply insects and grasshoppers on the windscreen of their globalist and communist agenda.
The party can never be criticised, humiliated, embarrassed or held up for incompetence.
The party can never be wrong. And even when it is, it isn’t