Re: Chicomm v Chicomm Battle of the Bridge over the Yang Tze If Trump keeps the death rate in America low, we may see peasants' revolt in places like China, Iran, and S. Am. countries to be named (cough cough Venezuela cough).
Re: Chicomm v Chicomm Battle of the Bridge over the Yang Tze I suppose it's inspiring, because usually, we've (or at least I have) gotten to a point where electing a local official, feels like electing who's gonna be the local district manager for Walmart...
They don't come across as local leaders.
I just don't get that vibe from them. So seeing some of them saying "%^@% this shiz, I don't wanna see anyone coming past here, without me personally interviewing them.. I give no !@#$!!
Re: Chicomm v Chicomm Battle of the Bridge over the Yang Tze Very sad - I can imagine the grief mixed with anger if one of my sisters was an epileptic who had a wracking cough and fever illness - in this time - that she died from and the jerks wouldn't come.
As for the OP, and the Epicenter-City - Wuhan, in China, and the fight on the bridge...
Tim hits that, and points out how bad the treatment the Gov must have used on those citizens must have been, for them to fought the Cops over there like a bunch of Antifa. Crazy, when they can just jerk you around and get away with torturing you.
Yeah - the isolation period must have been really bad:
Re: Chicomm v Chicomm Battle of the Bridge over the Yang Tze According to the news the Wuhan police joined fight against the neighboring police. China does have a long history of civil war, going back centuries and centuries. As long as the party see's no threat to it's stranglehold, it's all good. For them!