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China bought the World Health Organization

Wonder why the WHO is silent on the Chinese origin of the virus? Here's an example why.

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Chinese money exerts a large influence in this country and abroad. The Chinese are buying up governments, media, and raw materials all over the world. One other thing they seem to have purchased: The World Health Organization.

A Hong Kong journalist sat down recently to interview a WHO official. Fox News reports on the bizarre exchange: “Canadian physician Dr. Bruce Aylward, an aide to WHO director-general Dr. Tedros Adhanom, sat down for a video interview with RTHK about the coronavirus outbreak where he was asked whether the organization would ‘consider Taiwan’s membership.’ For several seconds, Aylward sat in silence. ‘Hello?’ the reporter asked. ‘I’m sorry, I couldn’t hear your question Yvonne,’ Aylward responded. ‘Okay, let me repeat the question,’ she said. ‘No, that’s okay. Let’s move to another one then,’ the WHO official told her.

“The reporter doubled down, saying she was ‘curious’ to talk about Taiwan as well as the ongoing pandemic, but Aylward quickly hangs up. After calling him again, the reporter asked about what his thoughts were to Taiwan’s response to the outbreak.

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‘Well, we’ve already talked about China,’ Aylward answered. ‘And you know, when you look across all the different areas of China, they’ve actually all done quite a good job.'”

Doesn’t take a detective to figure that one out. As Free China (Taiwan) has kept their fatality rate low while positioned just across the water from mainland Red China, wouldn’t you think the WHO would be interested in how they did that?

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The WHO also doesn’t want to talk about the veracity of Chinese virus numbers, even though other nations including the U.S. are using those numbers as a basis to make decisions on their own plans.

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The suspicion about those numbers, given the Chinese deception on the virus’ timeline and source, makes the recent Chinese claim of drastically reduced infection rates dodgy at best.

By ignoring anything negative towards China, the WHO injures their own credibility and with it, the international effort against COVID-19.

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