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| Sat Mar 07 13:19:53|
only a handful of cases in aussieland and its in the middle of da summer and already peoples are uglies aand showing there true colors...
the great camabans peoples. lmao just unreal.
look at that trolley filled with paper.
have u cukolds taped the windows and doors closed yet?
| Sat Mar 07 13:24:08|
camaban, ur peoples r fighting over toiletpapers...
wazzup. is it cause u people shits 3 times a day?
| Sun Mar 08 06:09:45|
Very few Australian accents in those videos. Even with the fight at the start, the... I guess Indian woman (going from the accent) who'd brought up what's probably the best part of a year's worth of paper.
But it looks like a lot of Daigou who seem to be embarrassed of what they're doing. (They know they make Chinese look bad. But Chinese don't seem to give a shit about making Chinese look bad if they can make some money in the process)
Because you wouldn't know what they are, daigou are parallel traders who buy up stuff (milk powder is the famous thing, since the 2008 mass poisoning of babies and complete loss of confidence in Chinese infant formula) and either ship it back to China, or try to resell it when there are shortages.
For anyone reading, if you've been to your local chemist and have been unable to get stuff like hand sanitiser, that's daigou right there.
We'd had shortages created by them in HK as well. There'd been a two to three week period in which I didn't see a roll. Rather than keep looking, I just ordered a small box off Amazon. Free shipping if I added in some hot sauces.
| Sun Mar 08 06:10:31|
The Indian woman fighting with what looked like an Aboriginal one deserved a punch. Difficult as hell to feel sympathy for someone who's helping create artificial shortages.
| Sun Mar 08 06:14:54|
I'm assuming shipping medical stuff to China is safer than it was.
Cities stealing medical supplies from each other.
Chinese cities fight for mask shipments in scramble to stop coronavirus
Authorities commandeer consignments as they pass through their jurisdictions
Dali sacks health chief and apologises for using masks destined for Chongqing
Local government is turning against local government over mask supplies in China as authorities scramble for resources to contain a coronavirus outbreak that has killed more than 630 people throughout the country.
The health chief of Dali in the southwestern province of Yunnan was sacked after the city commandeered about 600 boxes of masks destined for the megacity of Chongqing on their way through Dali from Vietnam, state broadcaster CCTV reported on Thursday.
Apologising on its official microblog, the Dali municipal government said it seized the goods because there was no company in the city that could produce masks.
“We decided to hold the goods, which did not have complete paperwork, paid for all of them, and distributed them to our medical institutions, communities, police officers, security guards and so on,” the authority said.
“We will return the unused masks and compensate for the losses,” it said adding that it would review its processes.
In the autonomous region of Guangxi, in southern China, the county of Liucheng has reportedly abandoned its efforts to get its consignment of more than 140,000 masks after the order was seized on its way through the city of Mengzi.
The county had written to Mengzi asking for the shipment to be released but the city said that market supervision officials determined that the masks did not meet quality standards.
“The masks had not been formally processed, they had no Chinese identification, no factory name, no production certificates and some of those masks had damaged packaging or passed their use-by date,” Mengzi’s propaganda department said on its Twitter-like Weibo account.
It said the Liucheng government had accepted the explanation and “would not ask for the masks again”. But Mengzi did not say what would happen to the consignment.
In the northeast, the port city of Qingdao said it would confiscate 100,000 masks from South Korea that authorities in Shenyang had ordered if the shipment entered the country via Qingdao.
Qingdao made the decision after Shenyang withheld 100,000 masks Qingdao ordered from Japan, according to a document circulating online.
“The document was only a draft and was not implemented … The mask problem has already been resolved,” Qingdao’s top economic planning agency said on Thursday.
CHINA RULZ USA SUCKS
| Sun Mar 08 06:27:23|
OWNED ODNW DIOND
Australian paper prints blank pages to help tackle toilet paper shortage
Updated 1410 GMT (2210 HKT) March 5, 2020
An Australian newspaper has printed an extra eight pages to be used as toilet paper after coronavirus fears prompted customers to bulk buy supplies, leaving some supermarket shelves bare.
In a bid to tackle the shortage, The NT News provided a practical -- if unconventional -- solution.
Australians living in the Northern Territories would have noticed on Thursday that eight pages in the paper had been left bare, except for watermarks and a cut-out guide edition.
"Run out of loo paper? The NT News cares," the newspaper read.
"That's why we've printed an eight-page special liftout inside, complete with handy cut lines, for you to use in an emergency."
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