Name Change: The Chinese Health Organization By Chris Knight

     With the Trump administration questioning the legitimacy of the World Health Organization, raising the issue of undue Chinese influence, our prime minster wants to give the World Health Organization more power. What is this guy thinking? Did he get the memo Trump sent? I did.
  https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-04-22/morrison-to-push-for-anti-pandemic-inspection-powers/12173806

“Prime Minister Scott Morrison is seeking to build an international coalition to give the World Health Organisation (WHO) — or another body — powers equivalent to those of a weapons inspector to avoid another catastrophic pandemic. Key points:

•    The leaders of the US, Germany and France are understood to be open to the idea
•    Mr Morrison is pushing for a body with inspection powers to monitor disease outbreaks
•    The Australian Government is unsure if the WHO is the best option, as each of the 194 member states have veto power over reforms

     Mr Morrison has pitched the proposal to several world leaders in recent days, including United States President Donald Trump, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron. Australia is keen to ensure the lessons from the COVID-19 outbreak are not forgotten, especially the WHO's late declaration of the coronavirus pandemic. So far, the pandemic has seen more than 2.5 million infections and 177,500 deaths. There has been widespread international concern that China not only downplayed the seriousness of the virus, but had undue influence over the WHO, which did not declare the outbreak a global pandemic until March 11 — a fortnight after Australia declared it a pandemic. "The actions that the Australian Government have taken and that included getting out well ahead of the World Health Organisation …     What needs to be done is a complete change in focus so that national governments do the work assigned to the globalist dinosaur, the World Health Organization, and then such entities cooperate. That is the way to go, as Major Douglas emphasised in his social credit philosophy; association and co-operation, over top-down centralised control. Just consider what China may have done, then consider their influence at the World Health Organization:
  https://www.breitbart.com/asia/2020/04/23/pompeo-china-destroyed-early-coronavirus-samples/

“American Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accused the Communist Party of China on Wednesday of destroying samples of the Wuhan coronavirus collected early, making it far more difficult for scientists to trace the virus’s evolution or find its origin. Pompeo’s accusation follows months of reports similarly indicating that officials at China’s National Health Commission instructed laboratories nationwide to destroy viral samples used to sequence the coronavirus’s genome, or identify it as a new type of virus separate from other coronaviruses such as the one that causes Sudden Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). Pompeo was speaking at a press conference in which he explained the reasoning behind the Trump administration withholding funds to the World Health Organization (W.H.O.), until an investigation occurs into how it allowed China to actively hinder attempts to contain what became a pandemic. “We strongly believe that the Chinese Communist Party did not report the outbreak of the new coronavirus in a timely fashion to the World Health Organization,” Pompeo told reporters. “Even after the CCP did notify the W.H.O. of the coronavirus outbreak, China didn’t share all of the information it had. Instead, it covered up how dangerous the disease is.” “It didn’t report sustained human-to-human transmission for a month until it was in every province inside of China. It censored those who tried to warn the world, it ordered a halt to testing of new samples, and it destroyed existing samples,” Pompeo continued. “The CCP still has not shared the virus sample from inside of China with the outside world, making it impossible to track the disease’s evolution.”

Viruses can evolve very quickly, changing characteristics as they jump from person to person. The viral samples from patients in the United States may vary significantly from those in China or any other part of the world. Comparing them to early samples of the virus from China, however, is not possible anymore, Pompeo explained, as those samples do not exist. Pompeo appeared to be confirming reports that first began circulating in February that the Chinese Communist Party actively destroyed scientific materials that could have helped the world better understand the Chinese coronavirus. In early February, the independent Chinese outlet Caixin Global cited an epidemiologist with sources in Wuhan who lamented that the Party had “disinfected” Wuhan’s notorious wet market, initially believed to be the origin of the virus. That month, Chinese officials claimed that the virus had infected humans from interaction with, and possibly consumption of, wild animal meat purchased at that market. China shut down the market on January 1, according to early reports, and decontaminated the site, thereby destroying any biological samples scientists could have had access to. “There’s no way for anybody to do the research to figure out where (the virus) came from,” epidemiologist Walter Ian Lipkin told the outlet. “We don’t have the information required to pinpoint it.” China has since claimed a “study” showed the virus did not originate in the market at all and has promoted the unsubstantiated conspiracy theory that the U.S. Army manufactured the virus.”

  https://gellerreport.com/2020/04/watch-live-secretary-of-state-pompeo-china-censored-those-who-tried-to-warn-about-coronavirus.html/
  https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/world-health-organization-supports-china-covid19-narrative-by-brahma-chellaney-2020-04

“The COVID-19 pandemic, much like a major war, is a defining moment for the world – one that demands major reforms of international institutions. The World Health Organization, whose credibility has taken a severe beating of late, is a good place to start. The WHO is the only institution that can provide global health leadership. But, at a time when such leadership is urgently needed, the body has failed miserably. Before belatedly declaring the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic on March 11, the WHO provided conflicting and confusing guidance. More damaging, it helped China, where the crisis originated, to cover its tracks. It is now widely recognized that China’s political culture of secrecy helped to turn a local viral outbreak into the greatest global disaster of our time. Far from sounding the alarm when the new coronavirus was detected in Wuhan, the Communist Party of China (CPC) concealed the outbreak, allowing it to spread far and wide. Months later, China continues to sow doubt about the pandemic’s origins and withhold potentially life-saving data. The WHO has been complicit in this deception. Instead of attempting independently to verify Chinese claims, the WHO took them at face value – and disseminated them to the world.

In mid-January, the body tweeted that investigations by Chinese authorities had found no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission of the virus. Taiwan’s December 31 warning that such transmission was likely happening in Wuhan was ignored by the WHO, even though the information had been enough to convince the Taiwanese authorities – which may have better intelligence on China than anyone else – to institute preventive measures at home before any other country, including China. The WHO’s persistent publicizing of China’s narrative lulled other countries into a dangerous complacency, delaying their responses by weeks. In fact, the WHO actively discouraged action. On January 10, with Wuhan gripped by the outbreak, the WHO said that it did “not recommend any specific health measures for travelers to and from Wuhan,” adding that “entry screening offers little benefit.” It also advised “against the application of any travel or trade restrictions on China.” Even after China’s most famous pulmonologist, Zhong Nanshan, confirmed human-to-human transmission on January 20, the WHO continued to undermine effective responses by downplaying the risks of asymptomatic transmission and discouraging widespread testing. Meanwhile, China was hoarding personal protective equipment – scaling back exports of Chinese-made PPE and other medical gear and importing the rest of the world’s supply. In the final week of January, the country imported 56 million respirators and masks, according to official data.

By the time the WHO finally labeled the epidemic a public-health emergency on January 30, travelers from China had carried COVID-19 to far-flung corners of the world, including Australia, Brazil, France, and Germany. Yet, when Australia, India, Indonesia, Italy, and the US imposed restrictions on travel from China, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus roundly criticized the actions, arguing that they would increase “fear and stigma, with little public-health benefit.” At the same time, Tedros extolled Chinese President Xi Jinping’s “very rare leadership” and China’s “transparency.” The bias has been so pronounced that Japanese Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso recently noted that, for many, the WHO is looking more like the “CHO” – the Chinese Health Organization. Yet, despite the WHO’s repeated deference to China, the authorities there did not allow a WHO team to visit until mid-February. Three of the team’s 12 members were allowed to visit Wuhan, but no one was granted access to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, the high-containment laboratory from which a natural coronavirus derived from bats is rumored to have escaped. In fact, a study conducted at the South China University of Technology in Guangzhou with support from the National Natural Science Foundation of China concluded in February that “the killer coronavirus probably originated from a laboratory in Wuhan” working on bat coronaviruses. China did not always enjoy deferential treatment from the WHO. When the first twenty-first-century pandemic – severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) – emerged from China in 2002, the agency publicly rebuked the Chinese authorities for concealing vital information in what proved to be a costly cover-up.”

     I will put it short and sweet: WHO is full of commos, as many as most Western universities, which is to say, at the infestation level! Likewise with the UN, it is long overdue that these organisations be closed down.

 

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