The US and its allies speak about China’s responsibility for the coronavirus pandemic. There are no proofs of Chinese implication in the COVID-19 creation just as no proofs of Russia’s implication were in the Skripals’ case. Despite the absence of whatever proofs NATO countries organised a large anti-Russian campaign. Now the West is preparing a much more aggressive anti-Chinese campaign aimed to undermine China’s economy and geopolitical status. The US is abandoning a globalisation model which contributed to China’s economic development.
China is becoming the main adversary for the US and its NATO allies. A big confrontation between the EU and China can result in armed conflict. Russia is the main beneficiary of this development because the global order based on Chinese-American alliance (“Chimerica”) will no longer be possible. “Chimerica” could become the worst scenario for Russia, Russia would not be able to withstand “Chimerica.”
Under “Chimerica” Russia would have to become part of Western civilisation on American terms and would have to abandon its sovereignty. The most morbid thoughts and sadistic fantasies of Russophobes could become real. Russia would be deprived of nuclear arms, its territory would be reduced to the boundaries of the Moscow principality, it would give away its territories to Germany and Ukraine and would pay compensations for the so-called Soviet occupation to the Baltic states. Russia would also have to bring apologies for the victory over Hitler and to recognize the Red Army a criminal organisation. The Abrams tanks would run through the Red Square. In the absence of “Chimerica” Russia will be a third global power benefiting from US-China conflict.
This is a recurrent conspiracy trope, consistent with recurring pro-Kremlin propaganda narratives about Russophobia and the West's deliberate anti-Russian activities. It offers a variety of morbid speculations about negative consequences Russia could suffer in case of US-China global alliance, the so-called "Chimerica."
As for China's implication in the spread of coronavirus, at least four federal class-action lawsuits have been filed in the US against the Chinese government that aim to recover trillions of dollars in damages for what plaintiffs allege is China's failure to contain the coronavirus outbreak and notify the international community about its danger. Legal experts believe the chance of these actions leading to any actual recoveries is slim.