Africans (and black people in general) are currently being expelled from Guangzhou, China over virus concerns. The city is located in the southern part of China, relatively close to Macau and Hong Kong. It is known for having a large ex-pat population with as many as 100,000 Africans and other black people living there. Mostly Africans.
China had been on lock down for quite a while because of the virus outbreak in Hubei Province that spread like wildfire. As the country begins to re-open, there have been other outbreaks and various complications. In an effort to (allegedly) reduce any further transmission of the virus, China says they have been cracking down on foreigners.
“Cracking down” in the case of Guangzhou must mean “kicking out all blacks” because that is what’s happening. It’s not about revoking tourist visas or cutting off travel. Far from it. What’s happening is that black people are being kicked out of their apartments by land lords. Denied hotel rooms. Not allowed in certain restaurants like McDonald’s. And more.
Mainstream media won’t dare touch this story with a ten-foot pole. Because it goes against everything they purport themselves to be in favor of. Many outlets would label people as “racist” for using the term “China Virus.” If that’s their viewpoint, then they have to retract it because of the recent actions by China towards blacks. How can labeling a virus for where it originated be racist but expelling a person because of their race not be racist?