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a city in Eastern China with a population in excess of 11 million.
In the week prior to January 30th decision, the WHO Emergency Committee “expressed divergent views”. There were visible divisions within the Committee. On January 30th, a far-reaching decision was taken in an irresponsible fashion without the support of expert opinion at a time when the coronavirus outbreak was limited to Mainland China.
At that time, the advice was that the event did not constitute a PHEIC, but the Committee members agreed on the urgency of the situation and suggested that the Committee should continue its meeting on the next day, when it reached the same conclusion.
This second meeting takes place in view of significant increases in numbers of cases and additional countries reporting confirmed cases. (Excerpts WHO Committee Report, January 30, 2020)
There were 150 confirmed cases outside China, when the decision was taken. 6 in the United States, 3 in Canada, 2 in the UK, etc.
150 confirmed cases over a population of 6.4 billion (World population of 7.8 billion minus China’s 1-4 billion). What is a risk of being infected? Virtually zero.
That does not constitute a justification for launching a Worldwide fear campaign. In recent developments, the number of confirmed cases has increased particularly in South Korea, Iran and Italy.
The WHO did not act to reassure and inform World public opinion.
Quite the opposite: A rather than a was launched.
Outright panic and uncertainty were sustained through a carefully designed media disinformation campaign.
Almost immediately this led to economic dislocations, a crisis in trade and transportation with China affecting major airlines and shipping companies. A hate campaign against ethnic Chinese in Western countries was launched, followed by the collapse in late February of stocks markets, not to mention the crisis in the tourist industry.
This would have not happened without the disinformation campaign coupled with the deliberate intent of the US government to undermine China’s economy.
What motivated the Director-General of the WHO to act in this way?
Who was behind this historic January 30th decision of the WHO’s Director General
But this was not the first time that the WHO decided to act in this way.
An atmosphere of fear and intimidation prevailed. The data was manipulated.
Based on incomplete and scanty data, the WHO Director General nonetheless predicted with authority that: “” (World Health Organization as reported by the Western media, July 2009).
It was a multibillion bonanza for Big Pharma supported by the WHO’s Director-General
In June 2009, Margaret Chan made the following statement:
What “expert assessments”?
In a subsequent statement she confirmed that:
A financial windfall for Big Pharma Vaccine Producers including GlaxoSmithKline, Novartis, Merck & Co., Sanofi, Pfizer. et al.
The same Big Pharma companies are also behind the coronavirus pandemic.
The media went immediately into high gear (without a shred of evidence). Fear and Uncertainty. Public opinion was deliberately misled
(Official Statement of Obama Administration, Associated Press, 24 July 2009).
Associated Press, 23 July 2009)
But the pandemic never happened.
There was no pandemic affecting 2 billion people…
Millions of doses of swine flu vaccine had been ordered by national governments from Big Pharma. Millions of vaccine doses were subsequently destroyed: a financial bonanza for Big Pharma, an expenditure crisis for national governments.
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), a human rights watchdog, is the WHO’s motives in declaring a pandemic. Indeed, the chairman of its influential health committee, epidemiologist Wolfgang Wodarg, the “false pandemic” is “one of the greatest medicine scandals of the century.” (, February 10, 2010)
The Western media which provided daily coverage of the pandemic, remained mum (with some exceptions) on the issue of financial fraud and disinformation.
I should emphasize that the present Public Health Crisis concerning China’s is of an entirely different nature to that of H1N1.
The fundamental issue we must address pertaining to both present as well as previous public health emergencies:
Can we trust the Western media?
Can we trust the World Health Organization (WHO)?
Can we trust the US government including the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), all of which are serving the interests of Big Pharma.
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