90 Miles From Tyranny : China's relationship with WHO chief in wake of coronavirus outbreak under the microscope

Sunday, March 22, 2020

China's relationship with WHO chief in wake of coronavirus outbreak under the microscope




The World Health Organization's director-general kicked off his Friday by praising China's efforts to contain and control the coronavirus.

In an early-morning tweet, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus applauded Beijing for its handling of the global pandemic, which China is largely blamed for spreading.

"For the first time, #China has reported no domestic #COVID19 cases yesterday. This is an amazing achievement, which gives us all reassurance that the #coronavirus can be beaten," Tedros tweeted.



On its surface, the praise seems harmless enough.

It is encouraging that the world's most populous country-- ground zero of the crisis-- has reported no new cases of the deadly disease. But a deeper dive into the cozy and symbiotic relationship between Tedros and Chinese President Xi Jinping has some crying foul.

On March 11, the WHO finally declared the coronavirus a global pandemic. While some praised the move, others like Bradley Thayer, a political science professor at the University of Texas, San Antonio, and Lianchao Han, the vice president of Citizen Power Initiatives for China, questioned why the WHO and its director-general waited so long when health officials from various governments alerted them to the widespread devastation weeks in advance.

Thayer and Han have accused Tedros of turning "a blind eye to what happened in Wuhan and the rest of China" and after meeting with President Xi Jinping in January, helping him suppress the "severity, prevalence and scope of the COVID-19 outbreak."

As of Friday, there have been 246,275 confirmed cases of COVID-19. The United States saw a 51.3 percent increase from the day before putting the number of cases at 14,250. The death rate jumped 36.7 percent to 205. Worldwide, the number of fatalities from the coronavirus pushed past...




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4 comments:

  1. Time to cut all funding to the UN, evict them from NYC and turn the UN building into public housing.
    We need the money, the real estate and the Peace.

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    1. seriously, I agree with that sentiment. it is past time the UN move to where is was really destined to be. that above ground open sewer with gagging rolling clouds of two stroke exhaust and coal smoke that is Paris. or perchance Peking.

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  2. He is a member of a Marxist/Leninist party...of course he sided with the CCP

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  3. That man is a Marxist to the core. He is not impartial, not to be trusted. The UN is working hard to clamp the world under its international boot. He is one of their tools. His history speaks for itself.

    The UN is a (((creation))) to bring about the ultimate goal of dehumanization and death of all of us on a spiritual level. After it has evened out international wealth and populations which is what we are seeing take place now. They want us all Third or Fourth World. Just. Like. China.

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