Wuhan is the New Party Capital of the World – Communist China Laughs at America


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Remember when Wuhan was the only thing talked about in the news.

The original COVID-19 epicenter.

A 76-day lockdown from January 23rd to April 8th.

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Wuhan transformed into a ghost town and the Chinese Community Party brutally cracked down on its citizens.

The wickedness of the CCP was on full display.

But looking at Wuhan now, you would think COVID-19 never happened.

The virus supposedly vanished by May and they haven’t faced that daunting 2nd wave ravaging America & Europe.

If you ask the mainstream media, the CCP beat COVID-19 with their ruthless, authoritarian regime.

Isn’t that convenient?

Life is now one big party in Wuhan while we’re in a daily battle for our civil liberties.

I don’t think further explanation is needed.

We got played folks.

And we’re still getting played by these tyrannical governors and mayors tightening their grip on us with their asinine lockdowns.

While in Wuhan, they’re partying like the apocalypse is coming.

Make sure to ask yourself the hidden agenda behind this COVID-19 calamity.

Breitbart reported on the virus epicenter to party central transformation:

Just 12 months ago the city of Wuhan in China was starting to show the first signs of mass coronavirus infections, before launching it onto an unsuspecting world and creating global havoc.

The city soon underwent a draconian 76-day lockdown as its hospitals struggled to deal with a tidal wave of cases that required the rapid construction of field hospitals to handle the overflow.

Today everything is different.

As Reuters reports, revelers are once more thronging the nightclubs, bars and restaurants of the central Chinese city of 11 million residents, discarding the shackles of lockdown and partying hard ready for the dawn of 2021.

Nightlife in Wuhan is back in full swing almost seven months after the city lifted its stringent lockdown and the city’s young partygoers are embracing the catharsis, according to the wire report.

In scenes unimaginable in many cities around the world reeling under a resurgence of the pandemic, young Wuhan residents during a recent night out crowd-surfed, ate street food and packed the city’s nightclubs.

Earlier this month, the city even launched a promotional video to attract tourists.

“From the myriad twinkling lights along the Yangtze River and the amazing dance and music from the Zhiyin cruise, to the glittering light and beautiful voices from the livehouse……give me five! Everyone!” the video enthuses.

As Breitbart News reported, Wuhan began showing the first signs of a coronavirus recovery back in September when local markets reopened.

Domestic air travel servicing the city then quickly returned to pre-pandemic levels.

And from Reuters:

WUHAN, China (Reuters) – In a crowded Wuhan beer hall, Zhang Qiong wipes birthday cake from her face after a food fight with her friends.

“After experiencing the first wave of epidemic in Wuhan and then the liberation, I feel like I’m living a second life,” says Zhang, 29, who works in a textiles shop in the central Chinese city that was the original epicenter of COVID-19.

Outside, maskless partygoers spill onto the streets, smoking and playing street games with toy machine guns and balloons.

Nightlife in Wuhan is back in full swing almost seven months after the city lifted its stringent lockdown and the city’s young partygoers are embracing the catharsis.

In scenes unimaginable in many cities around the world reeling under a resurgence of the pandemic, young Wuhan residents during a recent night out crowd-surfed, ate street food and packed the city’s nightclubs as they looked to make up for lost time.

The revival of the city’s hard-hit nightlife economy offers a glimpse into a post-pandemic lifestyle that many hope will become a reality in 2021, after the global rollout of COVID-19 vaccines.

Wuhan hasn’t reported a new locally transmitted case of the disease since May 10, after undergoing one of the strictest lockdowns worldwide.

The city of 11 million was shut off from the rest of China in a surprise overnight lockdown beginning Jan 23, with road blocks erected and planes, trains and buses barred from entering the city. Almost 3,900 of China’s 4,634 recorded COVID-19 deaths occurred in the industrial city.

Students, musicians, artists and young workers – the backbone of the city’s nightlife scene – told stories of being stuck in their homes for months, many using the opportunity to prepare for a time when the city would recover.

“Some of my new music will definitely be about the pandemic time,” said Wang Xinghao, frontman of Wuhan pop rock band Mad Rat, which drew a crowd of over 100 people to a local venue on a recent Wednesday night.

Wang flailed and jumped on stage, pulling crowd-surfing fans on stage, and at one point, tossed his faux leopard skin coat into the screaming audience.

He said one of the new songs was inspired by the three months he spent living in close quarters with his mother.

Many said the end of the lockdown has inspired larger turnouts.

“During the epidemic time, Wuhan was really a dead city,” said rock music enthusiast Yi Yi after the show. “Now people are all coming out to eat and have fun. I don’t think there were as many people before the epidemic.”

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While they’re having maskless food fights and raves in Wuhan, Christmas is getting canceled in parts of the West.

What else will it take for some people to finally open their eyes?



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