China put the whole world at risk with their coronavirus response.
But they’ve got a plan to avoid the consequences of their massive cover-up.
China got caught giving a huge bribe to cover the trail of their monstrous crime.
There is emerging evidence that the virus did not emerge from Wuhan’s wet market but instead escaped from Wuhan Institute of Virology.
It is hard to verify which theory is correct because China won’t let American officials into the country to investigate the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
WHO is being worse than useless, they’re actively trying to cover for the Chinese.
Tedros became WHO director-general in 2017 because the Chinese supported his candidacy despite the fact that he covered up three cholera outbreaks during his time as Ethiopia’s health minister.
China has made good use of his abilities to cover up the outbreak of the novel coronavirus that emerged in Wuhan in November 2019.
WHO just restated China’s facts instead of researching the virus themselves. It took until February 10 for the WHO to send an advance party of researchers to China.
WHO didn’t declare a pandemic until March 11th, which was weeks after the virus had widespread outbreaks in South Korea, Iran and Italy.
By the time WHO declared the Chinese coronavirus a pandemic only after it was completely obvious that this was a global problem.
Donald Trump is working to cut funding to WHO which is completely right.
There are other ways for America to promote global health without funding the Communist Chinese government’s propaganda.
While America is removing their funding China is giving WHO 30 million in appreciation for the way they helped China during the coronavirus outbreak.
According to the Washington Examiner:
China has pledged $30 million to the World Health Organization in a display of solidarity with the agency that U.S. officials believe abetted Beijing’s cover-up of the emerging coronavirus threat.
“Our donations demonstrate the Chinese government and people’s support for and trust in the WHO,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said Thursday.
The pledge underscores how the WHO has developed into a lightning rod for the global rivalry between the United States and China, a rivalry that has worsened during the pandemic. WHO leaders opposed U.S. travel restrictions for China and lent credence to Chinese officials who minimized the danger posed by the pandemic, which prompted President Trump to freeze funding for the global health body.
“As the global fight against the pandemic enters a crucial stage, supporting the WHO is defending the ideals and principles of multilateralism and upholding the status and authority of the United Nations,” Geng said, emphasizing that WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has been “upholding an objective, scientific, and impartial stance” on the pandemic.
China’s government has been awful in their response and so has WHO.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the United States would give money directly “to assist the most at-risk countries in fighting the virus,” but that the money would not pass through WHO.
WHO has shown that it is a political organization ruled over by the Chinese and should be treated that way.