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US citizens receive mystery seeds: Another round of bio-warfare by China?

There seems no limit to China’s depravity. After spreading the novel coronavirus all over the world and threatening its neighbors, it is now trying to terrorize, if not kill, the people of America and Canada by sending them mystery seeds.

Reuters reported on Wednesday, “The US Department of Agriculture is warning Americans not to plant unsolicited packages of seeds that appear to be arriving from China.”

The report further said, “States stretching from Washington to Virginia have also told residents not to put the seeds in the ground, after they arrived in the mailboxes of people who did not order them. Officials said the seeds could grow invasive species that threaten crops or livestock.”

The authorities in the US are collecting the mystery seeds which would be tested to find out if these are intended to get invasive species planted in America.

It is early to conclude whether the seeds were sent to the American and Canadian citizens as part of a conspiracy by the Chinese Communist Party, but the possibility is very high. In this context, it would be instructive to recall a 1999 book, Unrestricted Warfare, by two People’s Liberation Army colonels Qiao Liang and Wang Xiangsui.

They had had favored war against the US by other means, that is, the means other than conventional military warfare. The two colonels went on to describe the “means and methods used to fight a non-military war, some of which already exist and some of which may exist in the future. Such means and methods include psychological warfare (spreading rumors to intimidate the enemy and break down his will); smuggling warfare (throwing markets into confusion and attacking economic order); media warfare (manipulating what people see and hear in order to lead public opinion along); drug warfare (obtaining sudden and huge illicit profits by spreading disaster in other countries); network warfare (venturing out in secret and concealing one's identity in a type of warfare that is virtually impossible to guard against); technological warfare (creating monopolies by setting standards independently); fabrication warfare (presenting a counterfeit appearance of real strength before the eyes of the enemy); resources warfare (grabbing riches by plundering stores of resources); economic aid warfare (bestowing favor in the open and contriving to control matters in secret); cultural warfare (leading cultural trends along in order to assimilate those with different views); and international law warfare (seizing the earliest opportunity to set up regulations), etc.”

Also, they suggested “manmade earthquakes, tsunamis, weather disasters, or subsonic wave and new biological and chemical weapons all constitute new concept weapons.”

Notice the comprehensiveness, shamelessness, and immorality of the mindset that could produce such a book. The book, unsurprisingly, is studied and followed very seriously by CCP bosses and security mandarins. After all, it resonates with their thoughts and feelings.

Beijing did resort to biological warfare when it systematically, with active assistance from the World Health Organization, ensured that Covid-19 reached every part of the globe. The jury is still out whether the novel coronavirus is manmade, but it is indisputable that CCP bosses help it spread by lying to the world for too long about its transmissibility—and also by making the WHO echo its views through their lackey WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.

Whether sending the mystery seeds involves another of the CCP’s sinister plot will be known after some time, but few would be surprised if the answer is in the affirmative..