> You may be totally sincerer in your belief that the CCP and WHO are acting in concert with US Democrats and the deep state to try to make Trump look bad.
I will thank you to stop lying, and stop trying to put words in mouth. That is not what I said.
If you think the WHO is not working with the CCP, try asking the WHO about Taiwan.
Jan 14: WHO published a tweet citing the Chinese government’s claim that there was no evidence of human-to-human transmission of coronavirus. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus opposed early requests to shut down travel to and from China.
Jan 28: WHO Director praised the Chinese government following a Jan. 28 trip to Beijing for its “openness to sharing information.”
Feb 04: CNN: WHO Director General: Don't spread fear and stigma with travel bans: “We reiterate our call to all countries not to impose (travel) restrictions that unnecessarily interfere with international travel and trade. Such restrictions can have the effect of increasing fear and stigma, with little public health benefit,”
April 15, 2020
World Health Organization Director Again Parrots Chinese Propaganda In Anti-Taiwan Tirade
While many have noted World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus’ effort to deflect criticism of his organization’s response to the Chinese coronavirus by playing the race card, far more revealing was whom he played it against. Under fire for his bias toward communist China, the Beijing-backed director-general, known simply as Tedros, sought to defend himself by slandering Taiwan, the thorn in the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) side.
During an April 8 WHO press conference, Tedros unleashed a seemingly unprovoked tirade at Taiwan. He claimed its people were leveling racist attacks at him, apparently with tacit governmental support. Taiwan’s foreign ministry unequivocally denies this charge.
In response to Tedros’ remarks, I asked the WHO:
1. Can you provide any specific examples of the “attacks” to which the director-general was referring?
2. Can you point to evidence suggesting the attacks came from Taiwan, and clarify whether the director-general was saying that private citizens from Taiwan were engaging in such attacks, or rather that its government was doing so?
3. Can you point to evidence regarding the assertion that Taiwan’s foreign ministry was aware of this “campaign,” and “didn’t dissociate” itself?
As of this writing, the WHO has not responded to these inquiries.
April 11, 2020
The Real COVID 19 Culprit? The WHO.
On January 30, a WHO committee made some health suggestions, but in hindsight, this one seems critical: "[t]he Committee does not recommend any travel or trade restriction based on the current information available." The WHO reasoned, "Travel restrictions can cause more harm than good by hindering info-sharing, medical supply chains and harming economies." But COVID-19 is spread by traveling, hence the shelter-in-place recommendations. Sure, it already minimally existed in many nations, but what about the greater influx that would follow as world travel continued? Given the proclivity of the virus to spread geometrically, even limiting a few dozen carriers into a nation can have a dramatic impact. Cosmopolitanism reigned when the times required provincialism.