China War Update 2

China War Update 2

by David Archibald

4 January 2021


Wuhan Virus

In a clip from a TV show called Southeast China Military Watch in 2016, a CCP military expert by the name of Chen Hu discusses the development of bioweapons. He said in part:

But if we could use gene engineering to edit these bacteria and viruses, then we will be able to produce more widespread and lethal super viruses or superbugs. Then the lethality of these kind of super viruses and superbugs would be similar to atomic or hydrogen bombs. Its lethality could rival those of chemical weapons.

Not only do we need to create such super virus or superbug, if we really want to use it on a massive scale then we must first resolve this issue: how to harm your enemies but not yourself. Even more terrifying is that it can target the genetic characteristics of a specific race. We could develop a specific gene-edited weapon targeting one specific race.

Journalist: It has the potential to kill one specific race?

Yes, because each race has its own genetic characteristics.

The Chicom weapons researchers must not have got the memo on critical race theory. While the Chicoms would have been very happy with themselves for developing a bioweapon, it was released early and inadvertently due to sloppy lab practices. And they produced a virus that targets East Asians like themselves at a higher rate than other races.

The Wuhan virus binds to the ACE2 receptor. ACE-2 expression is higher in East Asians than Europeans. Africans are lower again:

In fact the Wuhan virus has had little impact in Africa. But there is another protein called dipeptidyl peptidase-4 (DPP4), which may be a second door to the Wuhan virus along with ACE2. DPP4 is overexpressed in people with Neanderthal ancestry.

Chinese Food Security

The Chicom Central Economic Work Conference was held in Beijing from 16th to 19th December and produced eight tasks for delegates. Task 5 included:

We have to ensure that the country’s farmland remains at or above the red line of 120 million hectares by strictly prohibiting the urbanization of farmlands and balancing farmland requisition and compensation.

So 120 million hectares supports 1,400 million people on a vegetarian diet. China allows grain and soybean imports that are used for growing meat, which is considered to be an indulgence. That works out at 862 square metres per person, which is a square of land 29.4 metres across.  To get to its necessary land productivity, China applies fertiliser at the rate of 428 kg/hectare, almost four times the world average rate of 115 kg/hectare. The highly fertilised runoff from fields is a big contributor to river pollution.

The flooding throughout China produced a shortfall in grain production in China of supposedly 20 million tonnes in 2019, near 4% of gross agricultural production of 540 million tonnes. China is aggressively buying grains and soybeans on world markets, including rice from enemy India for the first time in 30 years.

Food security is a major strategic weakness for China and they would not want a long war. As shown by the UAH record of global average temperature, the world has refused to warm:

It looks like the world has shown only slight warming for the last forty years, and could start cooling. Solar geomagnetic indices remain weak and point to cooling from here:

The weak solar magnetic flux will allow a higher flux of inter-galactic cosmic rays to penetrate into the inner planets of the solar system, producing an increased flux of neutrons in the lower atmosphere which in turn increases the production of cloud droplets. More cloud reflects more sunlight straight back into space and so the Earth cools. And Chinese grain production will fall.


David Archibald is the author of The Anticancer Garden in Australia