The WHO sends out 250,000 test kits for a pandemic that its own leaders now absurdly claim isn’t real
02/06/2020 / By Ethan Huff / Comments
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The WHO sends out 250,000 test kits for a pandemic that its own leaders now absurdly claim isn’t real

Not long after reporting that the novel coronavirus isn’t a problem at all, the World Health Organization (WHO) has suddenly decided to ship out a whopping 250,000 coronavirus test kits to monitoring sites all around the world.

The kits will soon be sent from Germany to 70 different laboratories the world over, according to Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove, head of the Outbreak Investigation Task Force at Institute Pasteur‘s Center for Global Health in Paris.

During a recent briefing before United Nations’ member states, Kerkhove explained that each of the lab recipients, located in Africa, the United States, Europe and Asia, is specialized to handle this type of coronavirus testing.

“We have a window of opportunity while 99 percent of the cases are in China,” contends WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus about the urgent need to get this all going as quickly as possible – despite the fact that the WHO had been dragging its feet on the situation not long prior.

“There is a window of opportunity because of the strong measures China is taking at the epicenter, at the source, so let’s use this opportunity to prevent further spread and to control it.”

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WHO also claims there’s no “pandemic,” chides everyone but China for causing “fear and stigma”

What’s odd about this move by the WHO is that the agency is still denying that there’s even a pandemic taking place.

It took four meetings before the WHO would finally admit that novel coronavirus has created a global emergency, and yet the U.N. arm still refuses to acknowledge that we’re now dealing with a global pandemic.

In a recent statement, Ghebreyesus praised communist China for its supposedly “forceful measures” in containing the virus and preventing its spread, which isn’t actually happening. On the other hand, he condemned the rest of the world for allegedly causing “fear and stigma” against communist China by expressing concern about what the virus is actually doing.

Even as Chinese people are dropping dead in the streets and in hospitals before having to be incinerated, Ghebreyesus wants the world to believe that communist China has everything under control and not to worry.

“There must have been more cases happening that we weren’t being told about,” contends John Mackenzie, an emeritus professor at Curtin University in Australia, arguing that it defies all logic for there not to have been any increase in coronavirus cases at the time when Chinese officials were holding local political meetings back in early January.

“I think they tried to keep the figures quiet for a while because of some major meeting they had in Wuhan but I think there was a period of very poor reporting, or very poor communication,” he adds.

WHO now says all travel restrictions should be reversed!

What’s additionally disturbing is the WHO’s request that all travel restrictions be lifted, which would allow for people to travel in and out of China unrestricted. And if you dare to even question the lunacy of such a suggestion, you could be banned by Google, seeing as how the WHO recently teamed up with the world’s most corrupt search engine to stifle online free speech about coronavirus.

In the name of combating “disinformation,” the WHO and Google are working feverishly to “ensure that people get facts from WHO first,” and not from independent media outlets or independent scientific studies that tell a much different story than the one the WHO wants people to hear.

As part of yet another public announcement, Ghebreyesus explained that social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Tencent, and TikTok, as well as Google, are all taking aggressive steps to “limit the spread of misinformation and rumors about the virus and outbreak” online.

“To that end, we have worked with Google to make sure people searching for information about coronavirus see WHO information at the top of their search results,” he added.

Also speaking out against sources that would dare to defy the official narrative, China’s deputy permanent representative in Geneva, Ambassador Li Song, told an audience that the international community “needs to treat the new virus objectively, fairly, calmly, and rationally, and not over-interpret it negatively and pessimistically, or deliberately create panic.”

“We need facts, not fear,” he added, insinuating that any information other than what the communist Chinese regime claims as fact is automatically false. “We need science, not rumors. We need solidarity, not stigma.”

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