China and disease. Asia - the curse on humanity. In all cases, red font emphasis added.
The Antonine Plague of 165 to 180 AD, also known as the Plague of Galen (after Galen, a Greek physician who lived in the Roman Empire and described it), was an ancient pandemic brought to the Roman Empire by troops who were returning from campaigns in the Near East.
Ancient sources agree that the epidemic appeared first during the Roman siege of Seleucia…Rafe de Crespigny speculates that the plague may have also broken out in Eastern Han China before 166…Raoul McLaughlin wrote that the Roman subjects visiting the Han Chinese court in 166 could have ushered in a new era of Roman Far East trade, but it was a "harbinger of something much more ominous" instead. McLaughlin surmised that the origins of the plague lay in Central Asia…
From Asia, always from Asia.
The epidemic most likely emerged in China shortly before 166 CE spreading westward along the Silk Road and by trading ships headed for Rome. Sometime between late 165 to early 166 CE, the Roman military came into contact with the disease during the siege of Seleucia..
China, China…the land of plague, China, China, the land of death.
Genetic studies of modern and ancient Yersinia pestis DNA suggest that the origin of the Justinian plague was in Central Asia. The most basal or root level existing strains of the Yersinia pestis as a whole species are found in Qinghai, China.
Asia, China…China, Asia…the curse on humanity.
The Black Death most likely originated in Central Asia or East Asia, from where it travelled along the Silk Road, reaching Crimea by 1347. From there, it was most likely carried by fleas living on the black rats that travelled on Genoese merchant ships, spreading throughout the Mediterranean Basin and reaching Africa, Western Asia, and the rest of Europe via Constantinople, Sicily, and the Italian Peninsula.
One famous 14th-century account claimed that plague was introduced to Kaffa deliberately, through a Mongol biological warfare attack that involved hurling plague-infected corpses over the city’s walls.
The more things change, the more they stay the same, eh? Hate-filled genocidal East Asians deliberately spreading disease and death. Black Death. Covid-19. Asia, Asia, the curse on humanity.
Y. pestis evolved in or near China, and has been transmitted via multiple epidemics that followed various routes, probably including transmissions to West Asia via the Silk Road and to Africa by Chinese marine voyages.
Back then, by ship. Today, by plane. In both cases, Orientals wage a remorseless war of genocidal extermination against humanity. Humanity does nothing in response.
…a Canadian historian believes he has discovered evidence to support those who theorized that the “Spanish flu” actually started a world away in China.
According to a new article published in the January 2014 issue of the journal War in History, historian Mark Humphries of Canada’s Memorial University of Newfoundland points to newly unearthed records to make the case that the lethal influenza pandemic first appeared in China in 1917…
China, China, always China.
China, China, always China.
Of course Africa does its part as well, with HIV and the earlier Plague of Cyprian.
The Plague of Cyprian erupted in Ethiopia around Easter of 250 CE. It reached Rome in the following year eventually spreading to Greece and further east to Syria.
Colored is as colored does. TROPICAL Asians, TROPICAL Africans, it is all one.