Though questions remain about the severity of the coronavirus pandemic, it nevertheless exposed the unhealthy influence China’s Communist government seems to have on the World Health Organization (WHO).
According to the German newspaper, Der Spiegel, Germany’s intelligence agency, ‘Bundesnachrichtendienst’ (BND), released a report last week alleging that on January 21, 2020, Communist China’s totalitarian dictator Xi Jinping personally contacted WHO’s Director-General Tedros Adhanom asking him to suppress news that the coronavirus could be transferred from human to human and to delay any warnings about a pandemic.
According to BND, as a result, the rest of the world lost upwards of six weeks preparation time for the Coronavirus.
The World Health Organization described the contents of the BND report as “unfounded and untrue.” But there is an old saying about politics: “Don’t believe anything until it’s been officially denied.”
READ: China’s president Xi Jinping ‘personally asked WHO to hold back information about human-to-human transmission and delayed the global response by four to six WEEKS’ at the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, bombshell report claims
In mid-January, WHO sent out a tweet, based on its sources in Communist China, that there was no human-to-human transfer of the Coronavirus. READ: WHO haunted by January tweet saying China found no human transmission of coronavirus
Meanwhile, Taiwan says it warned WHO on Dec. 31, 2019, that the Coronavirus could be spread human to human. But apparently, WHO decided to believe a totalitarian Communist regime and disbelieve a democratically-elected government with nothing to hide. READ: Taiwan Says It Warned WHO About Coronavirus In December, But Its Warnings Were Ignored
A four-page report released by US Department of Homeland Security this past week stated that China used the delays about the coronavirus to vacuum up medical supplies from around the world. READ: DHS report: China hid virus’ severity to hoard supplies
Taiwan is located a 120 miles (193.12 km) off the coast of Communist China. It has been a thorn in the side of Communist China since its formation in 1949, when Chinese Nationalist leader Chaing Kai-Shek left mainland China and formed a new government on what is today referred to as Taiwan. This allowed the Communists to take over mainline China. Both nations claim to be the true Republic of China.
Over the years, Communist China has aggressively sought to minimize Taiwan’s influence on the international stage.