Disinfo: British House of Commons considers coronavirus a blessing


The coronavirus crisis revealed the difference in the perception of humanity between the West and China. The deliberations of the House of Commons controlled by the Conservative Party sparked a Malthusian view of the crisis, who thought the world’s population increases faster than food resources and thus saw the future of humankind threatened.

What took place in the House of Commons shows that there are those who consider Corona’s epidemic a blessing to reduce the world’s population. Since China is the most populous country, reducing the size of the population in China and the world may be a positive factor. This is racism par excellence where the life of a white man is more important than that of a man with a different colour of skin.


A recurring disinformation narrative claiming that the West is plotting a Malthusian conspiracy to reduce the global population.

This article involves a number of false claims provided with no evidence or proper reference to the mentioned incidence that the House of Commons is thinking positively of the population reduction prospects caused by the coronavirus; it is unclear if any such discussion has any basis in reality. The article also reached a conclusion that British lawmakers think positively at the possibility of mass deaths in China, and are, therefore "racist par excellence". The article conveniently papers over the fact that people from all backgrounds will be affected by the pandemic. For example, so far Europe and the Americas have been the regions with the highest number of deaths.

Please see similar cases that the US power elite is using coronavirus to reduce the global population, that the coronavirus is a pretext for the global elites' ambitions to reduce world population, and that the coronavirus is a US biological weapon to reduce the planet's population.


  • Reported in: Issue 191
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 21/03/2020
  • Language/target audience: English
  • Country: China, UK
  • Keywords: coronavirus, Racism


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