Nonetheless, if this racism-related political virus continues spreading and more people are deceived by extreme speech, the US will see its existing lesions develop into a malignant tumor. If that occurs, it won't only be the vast innocent Americans who will suffer, but also the politicians who care only about their political interests.
Limited liability government or unlimited liability government, it doesn't matter. Fewer infections, fewer deaths, these are the most hardcore indicators of all governance today. Anyone who tries to fool the public and let people forget this absolute thing through various interpretations has ulterior motives.
For those who advocate China-US decoupling and are wearing China-made masks, don't you feel embarrassed?
The government has the ability to turn the tide when the outbreak in Hubei was spreading, then it surely has the ability to carry on as it is. This is certainly easier to do than in previous national battle against the epidemic, and it is particularly valuable that, the vigilance of the government and the whole society has not been relaxed, and there is no reason for us to fall down again.
China is willing to offer help if any country is in need, but for those who keep smearing China's foreign assistance, they had better not use any China-provided supplies.
Here we can see a great opportunity and room for the US to cooperate with China. We sincerely hope the US politicians could stop their paranoia before it is too late. They should be honest to what is happening in the US and take effective as well as reasonable measures to combat COVID-19. The vast innocent Americans should not be victims of their pursuit of political interests.
The world needs to unite and mobilize to save lives and safeguard human civilization. Reducing the death rate is the most urgent task, and international efforts must be made to develop a vaccine and treatment medicines. Politics must give away to humanitarianism, which is the only thing that matters now.
The Trump administration's performance amid the epidemic is a continuation of its policies of the past three years. It has long disregarded international obligations and has even undermined existing world rules and order. It is no surprise that it has been so desperately attempting to disparage China.
The US' inhumane sanctions set a bad example. They will hamper the tremendous efforts made by other countries to fight the virus, and may eventually threaten its own people's health.
The US and China are two great nations, and their joint efforts to combat the epidemic will be a great morale booster for the world. The virus does not recognize national boundaries and no country is immune to the virus. No country can be considered irrelevant to the world. The world needs some form of joint prevention and control, and that will ultimately be in the best interest of the two powers, and provide political points for both.
Why haven't we asked the US to cover the expenses of the global spread of H1N1? Because the Chinese, along with most people in other countries, are reasonable.
Given the tensions between the US and Europe as well as what Washington has done to Europe while the latter suffers from the COVID-19 outbreak, European countries should think carefully about what the US' real intention is to urge their abandonment of Huawei.
It is time for China to provide more specific and deeper assistance to Italy.
Trump should stop his blame game and focus on epidemic prevention, because finding scapegoats cannot cover up the fact that he has not responded properly to the epidemic.
Future competition between countries will be essentially a competition of technological strength. Only by mastering advanced technologies can a country be able to hold its development and national security in its own hands. From this aspect, it is not exaggerated to call vaccine R&D a life-and-death battle.
China and Pakistan are setting an example. As one of first countries that provided medical protective assistance to China, Pakistan donated to China all of its inventory masks in hospitals nationwide.
The pandemic is reshaping global geopolitics. Subtle changes are taking place in the world order dominated by the US. When Western countries refuse to adopt strict measures in pandemic prevention and control, they have to some extent surrendered to the virus.
Some Western politicians still refuse to look to the useful part of China's experiences in their battle against the coronavirus. The absence of a self-correction function will only make the Western mechanism fall behind.