Archive for May 19th, 2020




The White Angloman’s answer to killing CoCovid-19

Have you tried it yet?

(Guaranteed to kill or your money back!)

Clorox kills 99.9% of Chinese virus! One glass a day keeps Chinaman away.

Protect, disinfect yourself from Hongkee cunt surfaces!

Keeps Anglophiles Whiter longer! Whiter than White!


Fake News!

US disinfectant poisoning cases soar

after Trump’s comments

World 2020.05.18 12:11:09

According to the American Association of Poison Control Centers (AAPCC), the number of people accidentally poisoned by disinfectants increased during the COVID-19 outbreak. In January, February and March of this year, accidental poisoning of household disinfectants increased by 5%, 17% and 93% year-on-year respectively, while poisoning accidents in April surged with a 121% year-on-year growth.

The abnormal spike is closely related to US President Donald Trump’s comments. In April, Trump sparked controversy by “improvising” his proposal to “inject disinfectants” to help infected people remove the virus as a way to treat COVID-19.

His speech quickly received outcry from the medical community. Experts say that disinfectants are hazardous substances and can be poisonous if ingested. Even external exposure can be dangerous to the skin, eyes and respiratory system.

John Balmes, a pulmonologist at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, warned that even breathing fumes from bleach could cause severe health problems.

“Inhaling chlorine bleach would be absolutely the worst thing for the lungs. The airway and lungs are not made to be exposed to even an aerosol of disinfectant. Not even a low dilution of bleach or isopropyl alcohol is safe. It’s a totally ridiculous concept,” he said.

Several disinfectant brands also warn the public not to inject or swallow their disinfectant products.

“We need to make it very clear that disinfectants should not be taken or injected under any circumstances,” said Scott Gottlieb, a former director of the Food and Drug Administration.

About 3,401 Americans called the Association’s Hotline in March to report accidental poisoning of disinfectants, and 3,609 in April. Typically, this figure is between 1,600 and 1,700.

As for bleach, the number of Americans accidentally poisoned in the first four months of 2020 had an increase of 7%, 1%, 59% and 77% year-on-year respectively.

Ingestion of bleach can have serious effects ranging from burns to the mouth, esophagus and respiratory tract which may lead to kidney failure, liver failure and respiratory failure (ARDS) requiring intubation and mechanical ventilation. Experts also warn that parents should place all disinfectants and cleaners in a safe place, locked away from young children.


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Annielady, the Teohs and Yeohs, the Manjits and Bhatias, the Mohd and Kadirs, the Joshies and Stevies…



Chinese in America are called Ching Chong Chinaman.

But outside America or outside White consciousness, Chinese like Annie, like Steven Gan, like Joshua Wong, like Frances Hui (or Malay Anglophiles like Marina Mahathir), or like Chinese Jessie reporters in the Anglophone Press and Reuters, all of who imagine themselves White would be Ching Chong Bobbieman — people with an urging to eat from knives and forks, dine in Hilton, recite Jane Austen, believe in Jesus, and freedom is something like nuggets you order from McDonalds.

That is, the Bobbies, Jacquelines and the Joshies need White man’s approval to live, to conduct themselves — “Way to go, mate!” — a hand over the shoulder, patting them for being so White. Before to live, now to die.

See why, from life to death, there’s much in common between White supremacism and Anglophiles, and between European ideological fascism and Anglophile liberalism?

They are cut from the same cloth.

The term Ching Chong Chinaman, hence Bobbieman, is derived from White man John Steinbeck in his book Cannery Row (1945):

Ching Chong Chinaman
sat on a rail.
Along comes a Whiteman
to chop his tail.


Totally Anglophile Free Chinese

紅豆詞 • 紅樓夢




In 2018, China Chic was the keyword searched 12.6 billion times over Internet search engines. From January to July 2019 that number increased by 400 percent. If you are looking to make and/or sell products in China, even door knobs and nails, think China Chic…



Does 'China Chic' rise in a real sense? - CGTN

My China Chic

August | 2019 | 書 政 shuzheng




Chicken Pop

(Sounds like unemployed, unemployable, nothing-better-to-do Aunty Annie quacking all day, everyday.)


Covid Pop

(Or is it Chinese virus pop?)


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