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4chan user estimates the true number of Chinese dead at 7-14 Million using publicly available data from Chinese telecom providers.
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sackmonster Mar 20
Replying to @kommandostore
could be unpaid bills due to extended hospital stays, or being forced to quarantine somewhere other than your home.
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Ivan Mar 20
Replying to @AlaSerSer
Possible, but the average person in China saves 25% of their income and most peoples phone bills are <$10 per month.
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ExamplePrime Mar 20
Replying to @kommandostore
China: "Yeah barely 10k were infected" Doctors Jan: over 150k Citizens Feb: almost 1 million Leakers Feb: 1.5 millon 4chan March: 7 million All we know for sure is China has lied on an unprecedented level.
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The Saint Mar 21
That's the one thing we do know for sure! That China has lied on an unprecedented level, so why believe anything they say now???
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Anti-Gunner Leaks 🏴‍☠️❤️👻🔫 Mar 20
Replying to @kommandostore
I've gotten reports from Wuhan, that there's millions dead. That they're cremating the dead - since that won't show up as easily as mass graves.
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Big Bobby Mar 20
Replying to @AGleaks @kommandostore
There have been livestrems from Wuhan on youtube for the last couple weeks. I been watching for last few days and it looks like ghost town. 8 million people.
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Zack Voell Mar 20
Replying to @kommandostore @RNR_0
I trust 4chan more than the CCP TBQH.
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Jesse Lawler ⚡ Mar 20
Not logistically feasible. They could fudge their numbers, but not by 2000x. (That’d be ~1 billion pounds of human remains.)
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internetfunnyman Mar 20
Replying to @kommandostore
14 million dead would be hundreds of million infected. I don’t buy it.
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smashmallowfk Mar 20
Replying to @jfkxrfk @kommandostore
Yea, at 14 million dead it would mean 35% of the population got infected assuming current death rate at 4% Compare that to the flu, which infects around 3% - 11% yearly it seems high
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