One of the most significant revelations to arise out of COVID-19 is the World Health Organisation’s relationship with the Chinese Communist Party. In a stunning Facebook post, Martyn Iles, the director of the Australian Christian Lobby, has written:
WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus had his bid for the role funded by the Chinese Communist Party.
He is a member of the Tigray People’s Liberation Front – a Marxist liberationist party with links to the former Soviet Union. It is listed by the Terrorism Research and Analysis Consortium as a left-wing terrorist organisation, responsible for 10 acts of terror between 1975 and 1990, including political assassinations and attacks on soft targets.
In 2017 he tried to have Zimbabwean Dictator, Robert Mugabe, appointed as a WHO goodwill ambassador.
According to Sky News editor Jack Houghton, in an article titled “WHO boss Tedros Adhanom will face a public inquiry for his COVID-19 response“:
Mr Adhanom has faced sustained calls from all sides of the political spectrum to resign after he refused to call for early travel bans at the behest of Chinese information.
The false information – that COVID-19 could not be transmitted from human-to-human contact – delayed the declaration of a global emergency by weeks and kept borders with China open to most countries.
A Southampton study in the UK has revealed that if the WHO had asked countries to close borders one week earlier 66 per cent of deaths would not have happened.
If it acted in early January, when it was first warned, 95 per cent of the deaths so far would not have happened.
Why has most of the mainstream media in Australia been so slow to report on this? John Martin goes to far as to say that Adhanom should be “put on Trial for Crimes Against Humanity”. Summit News also backs up these accusations. Iles states that as a minister in the Ethiopian government, Adhanom covered up cholera outbreaks in the country and that since January, he has:
- Repeatedly praised the Chinese Communist Party’s handling of COVID-19, calling them “transparent”.
- Repeated CCP talking points almost word for word.
- Failed to declare a health emergency for a full month, and not until his Emergency Committee had been deadlocked on a decision for 10 days due to Chinese pressure.
- Despite knowing no later than January 1 that human-to-human transmission was occurring, denied it to the world on January 5, January 12, January 14… and did not admit the truth until January 22.
- Advised the world against any travel or trade restrictions to China on January 5, January 11, January 12, January 23, February 5, and February 29. He even rebuked the US for imposing restrictions against WHO advice on February 5. Meanwhile, the virus spread around the world.
- Accused his detractors of racism and said their actions in combatting COVID-19 (like travel restrictions) would create “stigma” which is “more dangerous than the virus itself.”
Trump’s move to withdraw funding from WHO is obviously a risky move. The Times warns that it opens the way for Beijing to step into an urgent funding gap as the world tries to contain the coronavirus pandemic. But by threatening to sue the WHO, Trump is playing China just as he played North Korea, in that he’s calling their bluff.
But if these allegations against Adhanom in particular are true, then why is Australia’s treasurer Josh Frydenberg not prepared to follow America’s lead in cutting funding to the WHO?
As Jacob Watts writes in The Spectator Australia:
Australia is a nation of 9.2 million households — a nation that has been duped by a deceptive World Health Organisation. Australia contributed $63.7 million in 2018 for the two-year WHO budget; $692.39 per household.
Australia needs to pull funding from WHO until further notice, as we are funding a propaganda arm of the Chinese Communist Party.
All of a sudden the challenge of draining the swamp just got a whole lot bigger…