For the "crime" of bravely acting as a whistleblower in the interest of public safety, the late Dr. Li was reprimanded by his bosses and handed a citation by local police. And the irony is that, now, communist Chinese law enforcement is demanding that locals report all movement in and out of Wuhan – the exact opposite of what Dr. Li was told to do – or else face a possible death sentence.
When Dr. Li died from coronavirus, he joined about 600 other Chinese nationals who developed pneumonia-like symptoms from the virus. And his death, besides raising awareness about a very serious problem at Wuhan City Central Hospital, has ignited cries from the local citizenry for more free speech protections for whistleblowers like Dr. Li, whose warning could have saved lives were it not for communist Chinese censorship.
A series of images shared to Twitter depict Dr. Li with various facemasks covering his mouth, as well as one wrapped in barbed wire to represent how his speech about novel coronavirus was silenced by communist Chinese authorities. These artforms aim to invoke change in communist China, which frowns upon truth in favor of lies and deception.
"[Dr. Li's] portrait has become a symbol of resistance during an extremely difficult time on mainland China, where nearly [one-third] of the country's population is being held captive in their homes by China's sprawling security apparatus," reports Zero Hedge about the movement that's been ignited by Dr. Li's passing.
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The names of other whistleblowers like Dr. Li who've also come forward with the truth they know about coronavirus – even when doing so ended up costing them their livelihoods – are circulating all over Twitter in the days since his passing. Amnesty International even chimed in about how Dr. Li's death serves as a "tragic reminder" about how Beijing has a "preoccupation with stability" that results in the truth being suppressed.
What Beijing is reporting in an attempt to toot its own horn is the recent opening of two new hospitals in Wuhan, the epicenter of novel coronavirus. To the inquiring eye, these so-called hospitals actually look more like prisons, but communist China insists that they were built to handle an expected increase in the number of infected patients.
"29% – that's the % of the 138 #coronavirus infected patients who are actually infected medical staff in one Wuhan hospital," tweeted Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding, an epidemiologist at Harvard University about the situation at Wuhan City Central Hospital. Like Dr. Li, Dr. Feigl-Ding is bravely sounding the alarm about coronavirus while putting his own career and life at risk.
"Almost 1 in 3 patients being hospital workers is just insane," he added, citing a new case series report that was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
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