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Q: Is China paying off the WHO?

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Yeah, it looks like since the beginning of Covid outbreak in Chiner.

WHO would not declare pandemic for long time. There was pic of WHO president on Zero wrapped in Chinese flag ... he he. Not wrapped, but his face was coloured with Chinese flag colours.

philbravery:

Do you think that the Ethiopian Head of WHO wants to re negotiate the funding it got from China ?

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I am familiar with that 'cause T. Durdens at Zero are after him since WHO's moot response at the outbreak of Covid in Wuhan in Dec./Jan. 2019/20.

You got to go back to some 15th - 30th page at Zero for read about it.

I posted here somewhere about it some three meeks ago, buTT ...

I can tell by this thread that you didn't read it. That won't be tolerated anymore ... 

I am keep telling you all, Zero is posting way ahead of mainstream press ...

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apparently the bullshit China was pushing about the USA being the cause of the China Virus wasen't holding water in Africa so now they are changing tact to pretended to be careing and Trust worthy ..lolno 

icnif77:

Face culture obfuscates proper count ..., he, he. I didn't know that ...

Yî, èr, sân, sì ... and so on:

https://www.zerohedge.com/health/more-evidence-china-lying-number-urns-more-double-reported-coronavirus-deaths

China has been caught lying once again about coronavirus figures - with the latest evidence coming from ground-zero in Wuhan, where according to official CCP data just 50,006 people were infected with COVID-19, and 2,535 dying of the virus. Yet, Chinese investigative outlet Caixin revealed that when mortuaries opened back up this week, photos revealed a far greater number of urns than reported deaths. In one, a truck loaded with 2,500 urns can be seen arriving to the Hankou Mortuary. According to the report, the driver said he had delivered the same amount the previous day. In another photo, seven 500-urn stacks can be seen inside the mortuary, adding up to 3,500 deaths. This adds up to more than double the amount of reported deaths in the region - for which grieving family members waited in line for as long as five hours to collect, according to Shanghaiist.

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https://news.yahoo.com/wuhan-seafood-vendor-believed-one-051432500.html

 

*Wei Guixian, a 57-year-old seafood vendor in Wuhan, China, was among the first 27 people to be diagnosed with the coronavirus, which originated from the wet market where she worked.

*Wei first began exhibiting coronavirus symptoms on December 10 and was admitted to the hospital less than a week later, with doctors describing her illness as "very serious" and "ruthless."

*Other vendors from the same market began to check into the hospital soon after. Wei recovered and left the hospital in January.

*But the World Health Organization said it wasn't informed of the coronavirus from its Chinese branch until the end of December, The Wall Street Journal reported.

*A "lot fewer people would have died" in China if the government acted sooner, Wei told The Journal in a February interview.

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Yeah, it looks like since the beginning of Covid outbreak in Chiner.

WHO would not declare pandemic for long time. There was pic of WHO president on Zero wrapped in Chinese flag ... he he. Not wrapped, but his face was coloured with Chinese flag colours.

philbravery:

Do you think that the Ethiopian Head of WHO wants to re negotiate the funding it got from China ?

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I am familiar with that 'cause T. Durdens at Zero are after him since WHO's moot response at the outbreak of Covid in Wuhan in Dec./Jan. 2019/20.

You got to go back to some 15th - 30th page at Zero for read about it.

I posted here somewhere about it some three meeks ago, buTT ...

I can tell by this thread that you didn't read it. That won't be tolerated anymore ... 

I am keep telling you all, Zero is posting way ahead of mainstream press ...

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There is a broad range of initiatives occurring at the moment.
https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asia/mask-diplomacy-china-tries-rew...

Sandnose:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=7nsdTtfCWRo

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icnif77:

"Once, its given for free ..."

West is in the middle of this manure, defensive, and China was in it first, so now it's time to help around.

Ruski help to Italy last week was also not seen too positive by the West. But, there was nobody in Bruxelles to do anything ...  and US has its own battle ..., so Vlad step in.

I think, that was Vlad's best move since he adopted 'Up Yours!' in 2013.

West, of course doesn't see it that way and certainly Chinese&Ruskis have motives behind all these generosity.

BuTT ... "Don't look a gift horse in the mouth  ..."

 

https://www.rt.com/news/484408-italy-corona-bonds-economy/

 

https://www.rt.com/news/484412-spain-coronavirus-death-toll/

 

Lombardy VP:

https://www.rt.com/news/484299-italy-russian-medics-bergamo-coronavirus/

 

Nothing on u-Tube on your mink ...

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Sandnose:

You raise an interesting point. What happened to the EU? Suddenly it's every man for himself and borders closed. Is this the knife in the heart of that fiasco?

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There's lot of discussion about EU on Zero ...

 

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/eus-betrayal-italy-may-be-its-undoing

 

https://www.zerohedge.com/health/we-are-all-totalitarians-now-coivd-19-brings-back-europes-spirit-polis

 

OT:

https://www.this-is-italy.com/coronavirus-devastates-bergamo-italy-this-is-like-a-war/

 

You might be reading some before you opened new thread on EU ...

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lol.. I can't access zero hedge since I lost my tin hat :-D

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I called Zero and told Durden about you ... He said, wait, we'll have new WHO thread this pm for Phil ...

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/who-issues-statement-taiwan-after...

 

Sun, 03/29/2020 - 19:35

 

 

 

Since the very beginning of the Chinese coronavirus epidemic, the World Health Organization has been shilling for Beijing.

From WHO director Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus showering the CCP with praise for their early handling of the disease (by hunting down doctors who told the truth, and outright lying about its transmissibility), the WHO has proven themselves to be loyal lapdogs to the communist regime - spreading uncorrected Chinese propaganda (which Twitter is just fine with). Read more about WHO and China here.

To that end, a journalist with Hong Kong broadcaster RTHK was rudely hung-up on after asking WHO official Bruce Aylward - who led a mission to Wuhan - if the organization might give Taiwan a membership.

First, Aylward said he couldn't hear the question - asking the reporter to move on. Then, he disconnected the line after she said she wanted to hear more about Taiwan.

When they were reconnected, Aylward dodged another direct question about Taiwan - taking China's stance with his answer while complimenting Beijing and withing Hong Kong good luck.

 

In response, Taiwan's Foreign Minister Joseph Wu highlighted Aylward's shilling in a now-viral tweet.

 

more ... with documents Wuhan CDC issued at the beginning of pandemic ...

 

icnif77:

https://www.news.com.au/entertainment/tv/coronavirus-australia-flight-321-from-guangzhou-first-brought-coronavirus-to-australia/news-story/4c3722c2d7a3748025a055b8979ec055

 

Coronavirus landed in Australia on flight 321 from Guangzhou, and spread due to a series of “stupid” mistakes that could see Australia end up like Italy, experts have warned.

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The USA has suspended funding to the WHO for being China's Bitch .
Hopefully other countries will do the same

Stiggs:

Not that I think the WHO has done particularly well here but I reckon this move is more about deflecting attention from Trump's handling of the situation than any other reason.

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The UN is having kittens because they can't defend the WHOs blatant kiss arse to China

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But WHO was funded mostly by other countries than China. It jeopardizes interest of top stakeholders by speaking for "minor" stakeholders...at the risk of its own. Humh! Obviously top stakeholders now feel being cheated on.

philbravery:

But China gives better term on loans to head of WHO's country to build a railline ...a bribe is a bribe and China is the Queen of Bribes

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philbravery:

And this is why USA is pulling funding...because China bribe WHO

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icnif77:

Not just regular loans, but predatory loans ... 

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WangNan2020:

I didn't know there's a WHO country, and didn't know how a predatory loan has better loan terms. But I'm gonna take your words for it and do some research. :)

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Sandnose:

It is called Debt Trap Diplomacy. Half of Africa and a growing part of the pacific who are desperate for infrastructure they can't afford have already or are eager to sell their sovereignty for 30 pieces of silver delivered to the right pocket.

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icnif77:

Now, why would this be if everything is so cool&dandy with actions/drills of PLA abroad?

 

US Answers China Provocations In Show of Force 'Elephant Walk' Of B-52 Bombers In Guam

China's latest military drills near Taiwan touted by state media as "evidence the People's Liberation Army Navy has done a much better job controlling coronavirus than the US Navy."

 

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Sandnose:

That is totally expected. Because any opposition is busy with other things, of course opportunities will be taken to appear strong and powerful. If the US had a dinghy in the area, they wouldn't have gone there. They are way out of their league with that second hand refurbished Russian cast off and they know it. While the cat is away the mice will play.

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philbravery:

When Wangnan says do research he actually means report to his superiors and receive new instructions...lol

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Does 'superior' has the same meaning as 'leader'? 

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WangNan2020:

When I say do some research I mean read around on Google, Bing and Baidu, talk to a few of my life teachers and form my own understanding. I don't work for no one in the government and my projects are with the private sector.

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https://www.msn.com/en-au/news/coronavirus/china-blasts-trumps-move-to-p...

This manoeuvre by USA effectively cancels the efforts China has made to appear as a legitimate member of the world community by taking away what it desires most. Ouch! It has been a tough 12 months in public relations for China. It's just one slap after another resulting from ham-fisted power grabs.

icnif77:

Nobody can read/open Bloomberg in China. You should c&p the whole text.

 

Bloomberg, NYT and Reuters are under the fireball in China ... since 2005 if I remember correct ...

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Roo ...'s 'Six Days That Doomed the World' story ...

 

https://www.news.com.au/travel/travel-updates/health-safety/coronavirus-...

 

As millions began to travel through China for the Lunar New Year, the beginnings of a pandemic had started to spread – but the government stayed silent.

 

In the six days after top Chinese officials secretly determined they likely were facing a pandemic from a new coronavirus, the city of Wuhan at the epicentre of the disease hosted a mass banquet for tens of thousands of people and millions began traveling through for Lunar New Year celebrations.

President Xi Jinping warned the public on the seventh day, January 20, 2020. But by then, more than 3,000 people had been infected during almost a week of public silence, according to internal documents obtained by The Associated Press and expert estimates based on retrospective infection data.

Six days.

more ...

 

 

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