Since communist China has begun imposing a “Covid Zero” Lockdown policy, re-imposing the country’s toughest “security” restrictions since the manufactured pandemic began more than two years ago, Chinese citizens are desperate for food and other necessities of life, so much so that many of them take their own lives, reports Alicia Powe.
China’s financial capital, Shanghai, began what had been billed as an eight-day lockdown on March 28, but has since declared an indefinite quarantine across the city.
The people trapped in their homes are desperate for food after weeks of incarceration.
Chinese residents can be seen in videos circulating on social media shouting from the windows of their apartments about the famine.
“We are starving,” a woman is heard shouting.
Suicide deaths in Hong Kong have reached a “crisis level” amid the city’s fifth COVID-19 wave, according to The Hong Kong Jockey Club Center for Suicide and Prevention at the University of Hong Kong.
Research compiled by the group shows that China’s suicide index recorded 4.03 deaths per day over a seven-day period between March 11 and 18, fluctuating around 11-12 suicide deaths per million people, bringing the crisis level to 3. 56 in its rolling analysis, Independent reports.
“Researchers said the current spike could be due to isolation under Covid socially disruptive norms enforced by the government,” the publication notes.
Images published last week from China show a couple throwing themselves out of a window to their death.
Security forces in Hazmat suits are patrolling the streets around the clock to attack, kidnap and detain residents caught violating the quarantine.
Even Chinese residents who are asymptomatic or have a mild infection are isolated from uninfected people in the makeshift concentration camps.
People with mild and asymptomatic cases of Covid-19 are quarantined at the Shanghai New International Expo Center on April 1.
A video surfaced from China’s state departments, where food and resources are also scarce, shows dozens fighting over water, food, and limited supplies.
Hundreds of infants and toddlers have been separated from their parents by tyrannical Chinese authorities after testing positive for COVID with results from unreliable PCR tests.
Several children, piled in cots with metal bars, are wheeled through the Shanghai Public Health Clinical Center, where they are separated from their families after contracting Covid.
According to China’s strict virus controls, anyone found positive — even if they are asymptomatic or have a minor infection — should be isolated from uninfected people. That includes children who have tested positive but whose relatives are not, health officials confirmed Monday, defending a policy that has sparked alarm and outrage across the city.
“If the child is under the age of seven, those children will be treated in a public health center,” Wu Qianyu, an official of the Shanghai Municipal Health Commission, said Monday. “For older kids or teens… we mostly isolate them in centralized [quarantine] places.”
China is even using COVID-19 to justify the torture and killing of pets.
Meanwhile, in the United States, a majority of Democratic voters support far-reaching COVID mandates, including requiring unvaccinated Americans to quarantine in their homes “at all times, except in an emergency.”