Amid Mass Cremation Fears, China Delivers Another 40 Giant Incinerators to Wuhan
First came the billowing clouds of mysterious smog blanketing a city where every industry was silenced by the Coronavirus lockdown. Then came the leaked reports of 24-hour incineration operations as Chinese officials worked to conceal the actual size of the COVID-19 outbreak, followed by a detailed report from a Chinese billionaire that workers were burning 1,200 bodies a day to cover the mess. And now this. The delivery of 40 massive incinerators normally used in the disposal of animal carcasses to the city of Wuhan.
The photos are spreading like wildfire. Or, like the powerful blast furnace heating elements contained in each of 40 industrial incinerators delivered this week to the viral hot zone of Wuhan; the epicenter of the Coronavirus pandemic that mounting evidence suggests is much larger, more virulent and more dangerous than the Chinese government is telling the world.
The giant incinerators, each the size of a semi-trailer shipping container are normally used for the mass disposal of animal carcasses. Officially, officials both in Beijing and Wuhan claim they are only to get rid of medical waste. An amorphous piece of terminology that could apply equally to contaminated gloves, masks, scrubs, hospital bedding and soiled linens, or to massive numbers of bodies of the victims of the growing coronavirus scourge.
On February 9th, exiled Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui told independent media outlets that the Chinese government was undertaking a massive coverup of the coronavirus outbreak, citing the use of 49 incinerators to burn 1,200 bodies a day or more, both to reduce potential for infectious spread and to eliminate the human evidence of a growing atrocity against the Chinese people. Wengui’s assertion is upheld and expanded by this latest confirmed arrival of 40 additional incinerators, evidence of a mass disposal operation is much larger than Beijing has revealed.
According to China Ship News and as reprinted by Daily Mail UK, it’s the mobile incinerators can reportedly destroy up to five tons of waste every single day – and can burn its load in as little as two seconds. Reportedly each unit is the size of a 20-foot standard shipping container and has a volume of about 30 cubic meters. It reportedly has the ability to crush solid waste, then incinerate it, and then purify the smoke.
Reportedly the incinerators have been sanctioned for the use by the Chinese military after a test in Golmud, Qinghai in January.
Officially, the Chinese government claims the COVID-19 pandemic has infected more than 75,000 people and killed more than 2,000.
On February 9th, 2020, Chinese ex-pat Guo Wengui told the world that the actual numbers are more than 1-million infected and more than 100,000 dead, in Hubei Province alone.
With a documented combined 2,700 cubic meters of incinerator space (97,000 cubic feet) only a minimum of logical deduction is required to understand which version of present events is more likely to be true.