A sudden rise in infection cases with fever symptoms broke out among large numbers of youngsters in various parts of China. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) blamed the surge on mycoplasma pneumonia, while ProMED, an international medical organization, considers it an “undiagnosed” and “unusual” quickly-spreading respiratory disease based on the symptoms.
ProMED’s diagnosis is equivalent to indirectly disputing the CCP top health body’s claim that the outbreak was caused by mycoplasma pneumonia.
Doctors and Virologists Cast DoubtsOther medical professionals also suspect that mycoplasma pneumonia did not lead to the outbreak.
Wang Ye (Pseudonym), a pediatrician at a Beijing hospital, was diagnosed with “Mycoplasma pneumonia,” similar to her other patients. Despite undergoing all available treatments for the disease, she did not get any improvement.
Lin Xiaoxu, a U.S.-based virologist, pointed out that Mycoplasma pneumonia is less likely to cause lung conditions such as “white lung” and can be effectively controlled with antibiotics that target it.
Mr. Lin believes that “it is probable that a novel variant of COVID-19 has emerged, possibly incorporating more than two distinct types of viruses and germs.”
Childhood Pneumonia OutbreaksSince November, there has been a surge in hospital visits in part of China; most of the infected groups in this wave of the epidemic are children, with collective cases among families or school classes.
A doctor at Beijing New Century Children’s Hospital told the publication the hospital is full of children suffering from pneumonia, and every day all the appointments are full. On Nov. 19, there were no available appointments and one could only go to the outpatient clinic site and queue up to wait for a temporary additional number.
On Nov. 20, a pediatrician at a hospital in Quzhou in the eastern coastal Zhejiang Province said that they have been washing the lungs of nearly 80 to 90 people every day during this period, primarily children, and all inpatient beds are full.
Ms. Wang of northeastern Liaoning province’s Dalian city said on Nov. 20 that the outbreak was concentrated in the city and was so severe that she couldn’t book a hospital bed. Her daughter, who attends elementary school, began to have a fever and cough on Nov. 2, and after seven days of 41-degree fever, she was hospitalized at Dalian Children’s Hospital for 15 days.
Ms. Bai, who lived in Zhongshan District, Dalian city of the same province, said that her little son almost died of “acute bronchitis” diagnosed by the hospital. Ms. Bai said her son was sent to the hospital after he began coughing around Oct. 20 and then began to cough violently and had a persistent high fever. The hospital gave him an azithromycin medication infusion for a week but did not have an effect, and the cough and fever became more severe, along with diarrhea, inability to eat anything, nasal congestion, and other symptoms.
She said it wasn’t until the lungs were washed that her son’s condition improved.
In 2019, a wave of mysterious pneumonia infections originated in Wuhan and spread from China to the world, causing millions of deaths. The virus causing this wave of epidemics was named COVID-19. After the CCP stopped its zero-COVID policy in December 2022, hospitals nationwide were overcrowded, morgues were full, and crematoriums had long queues.
Children in Communist ChinaFrom the onset of the COVID outbreak in Hubei Province’s Wuhan to the widespread epidemics that have rippled across the globe, and now the “undiagnosed” infectious diseases targeting vulnerable children, the CCP has adopted the approach of covering up the truth.
In its indifference to human life and its ideological indoctrination over the human mind, the CCP does not spare even children. Over the past few years, the CCP has stepped up its efforts to indoctrinate Chinese children in “party-loving education” and other brainwashing with communist ideology.
According to Bitter Winter’s report, at the end of October 2019, children from a kindergarten in Jiangxi Province dressed in the costumes of CCP’s Red Army and the Eighth Route, two armed forces of the party during the revolutionary period, in a military and civilian production event. They were requested to shout the slogan, “One Red Heart to the Sun, One Red Heart to the Party.”
On Sept. 1 that year, pupils at an elementary school in Heilongjiang province attended their first communist indoctrination of the new school year. The slogan of the classroom was written on the blackboard: “Prepare to fight for the cause of communism! Be ready at all times!” About two weeks later, Chinese leader Xi Jinping visited an elementary school in Chenzhou, Hunan Province, reiterating that the “red gene should be embodied in children.”
The communist regime’s systematic and deliberate undermining of minors can be traced back to the very beginning of the Party when it claimed to be training Chinese children to be the “successors of communism.”
In July 1922, the CCP’s Second National Congress was held in Shanghai and passed the Resolution on the Question of the Youth Movement. The resolution stressed the “urgency and importance of organizing a youth movement.” Successively, the CCP organized a general strike that year in which children’s groups participated by wearing red neckties and carrying wooden sticks. Five years later, during the campaign to fight against the landlords, the children’s group was taught to join in criticizing and monitoring the landlords.
In January 1949, CCP’s Central Committee promulgated a resolution on establishing the Youth League, which requested the league to dispatch “the best cadres” to lead the so-called children and youth and set up relevant units under the Youth League of all levels.