Putin’s chemical weapon v.s. CCP’s Weibo post — which is more deadly?

Kansai Airport, where the Weibo incident took place in 2018 (Photo: Luke Lai/flickr)

Putin sent a team of assassins to Salisbury, UK in March 2018 to hit a defected agent [1]. Their weapon was Novichok nerve agent A-234. In the same year, the CCP dealt its external opponent a fatal blow, by sending a Weibo post (equivalent to a tweet) from within China, literally.

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