Just like Coronavirus spread from Wuhan in China to the entire world, similarly, the BMIC virus is spreading from the Ladakh region in India to the entire world. This BMIC virus is supposed to be 80-100% more infectious than the coronavirus.
It is being said, that is someone who hears an infected person talk, the infection spreads. Even if anyone talks to anyone over the phone, this virus spreads. It can also spread through social media. There are around 20 lakh people already infected with this virus. There might be crores of people who are asymptomatic in the world.
You must have understood now, that this BMIC virus is Boycott Made in China virus. This virus is being spread all over the world exponentially and slowly this virus is becoming a message for China.
Sonam Wangchuk, an engineer, education reformist, and innovator, has appealed to all his viewers on his YouTube channel to help in the spreading of this virus. He said that in whichever country this virus spreads, all good things happen to that country and all the bad things happen to the Chinese government.
He has appealed to all his viewers to make this virus ‘viral’ over the entire country and all over the world. Doing so will help the governments of different countries to join together and boycott Made in China products effectively.
If you are not living in India currently, then also you should try spreading awareness about the BMIC virus. Ask your friends, family, and other people to write #InfectedwithBMICvirus on any of their social media handles.
Wangchuk further appealed that all of us should come together and spread this BMIC virus to such an extent that China will be afraid of messing with any country in the future. China should understand that those countries which made her powerful can also vanquish it when united.
This wallet war of soft power should be continued until a change in the behavior of China is noticed. The Boycott of Made in China products should continue until the Chinese army does not recede to the actual Line of Control which was decided in 1962.
To set an example, Mr. Sonam Wangchuk switched to his Samsung phone from the current OnePlus phone which he was using. He did that on his YouTube channel in front of his viewers.