Germany newspaper’s question to China – Why is Wuhan’s lab not as full-proof as your political prisoners’ prison?

Chinese President Xi Jinping in Wuhan

Julian Reichelt, the editor-in-chief of Build, wrote to President Xi Jinping, “You, your government and your scientists knew long ago that this is a very contagious disease, but you kept the world in the dark nonetheless

The largest newspaper in Germany has launched a fierce attack on Xi Jinping, the President of China, over the Coronavirus epidemic. The editor-in-chief of the German newspaper ‘Bild’ held Chinese President Jinping responsible for putting the world at risk.

According to the news published in The Jerusalem Post, ‘Build’ editor-in-chief Julian Reichelt wrote to President Xi Jinping, ‘You, your government and your scientists knew long ago that this is a very contagious disease. But despite this, you kept the world in darkness. When the researchers of the Western nations asked about Wuhan what is happening there, your top experts did not give information about Wuhan. You considered it very proud and nationalist to tell the truth, but here you felt national shame. ‘

The editor of ‘Build’ fired sharp questions at China. Actually, this article was a response to the open letter of the spokesperson of the Embassy of China in Berlin. On Wednesday, Tao Lil, spokeswoman for the Embassy of China in Berlin, wrote to ‘Build’ that it was not right for ‘Build’ to hold one country responsible for the corona epidemic and the facts in ‘Build’ article were ignored.

Then on Thursday, the editor-in-chief of ‘Build’ wrote directly to Chinese President Xi Jinping, ‘Your embassy in Berlin wrote me an open letter because we questioned in our newspaper’ Build ‘whether China was affected by coronavirus worldwide We should compensate for the economic loss incurred.

Editor-in-Chief Julian Rachel wrote, ‘You rule with surveillance. Without the help of surveillance you will not be president. You monitor everything, every citizen in your country, but you did not monitor the market of Wuhan where the disease spread. You closed every newspaper and website that criticized you, but not the stalls where bats were getting soup. You are not only monetizing your people, but you are putting them and the world in danger. ‘

Julian Rachel further wrote, ‘Surveillance is a violation of freedom and a country which is not independent is not creative. A country that is not innovative cannot invent anything. That is why you have made your country the world champion in the theft of intellectual property.

Quoting the Washington Post, the editor-in-chief of Bild wrote that, ‘Research was going on on coronaviruses in bats without creating the highest safety standards in your Wuhan laboratory. Why is your virus laboratory not as safe as your political prisoners’ prison?

‘Bild’ is considered to be Germany’s largest newspaper. Bild has consistently questioned China in its coverage of the Corona epidemic. This time in the name of the President of China, these questions can be considered a message to the world through an open letter.

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