WHO cares more about not offending people than protecting the public against the coronavirus pandemic


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(Natural News) Perhaps you’ve noticed that the World Health Organization (WHO) is tiptoeing around the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) crisis while intentionally avoiding actually calling it a global pandemic, which it now is. One of the reasons for this is that the WHO is playing the political correctness game in trying not to offend anyone, including Chinese people and liberals, some of whom are already crying “racism” over the fact that the media is correctly pointing out that this novel disease originated in Wuhan, China.

While the WHO is keeping the public up to speed on the number and spread of infections, the globalist entity remains in opposition to classifying it as a largely unknown virus that has now spread to the four corners of the globe. Instead, the WHO has chosen to focus on individual trees as opposed to the forest, so to speak.

As we’ve been reporting, WHO head Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has consistently downplayed the crisis in terms of both its severity and impact. The priority instead is one of propping up the all is well narrative to maintain business as usual, especially in communist China where critical data is also being covered up to perpetuate the illusion that the situation is fully under control.

Amazingly, Dr. Ghebreyesus continues to hem-haw around, virtue signaling about how escalating the classification of the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) would create “fear and stigma” against China, negatively affecting its economy. Because the world has yet to see “large-scale deaths,” according to his data, Dr. Ghebreyesus believes that a pandemic declaration is currently unwarranted.

Listen below to Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, explain how many deaths from the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) are indeed on the way, and to the tune of at least 2.1 million people in America alone:

Consider this: if WHO declares pandemic, investors will lose $500 million

Another thing not being mentioned by the mainstream media or government officials is the fact that the WHO’s hands are tied when it comes to declaring a global pandemic due to money.

As it turns out, the World Bank is currently holding hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of pandemic bonds that are set to mature in July 2020. However, if the WHO declares a pandemic before then, these bonds will not get the chance to mature, costing investors about $500 million in lost returns.

“International financial elites purchased the bonds, in effect betting against a global outbreak of disease, and if they can get to July 2020 without a pandemic, the World Bank investors will get their initial contributions back, plus 7% interest on the bonds,” reports NewsPunch.

“However, if a pandemic is declared, the investors will lose all of their initial contributions, which would go to help the fight against the pandemic.”

In other words, rich people’s potential monetary gains are once again taking precedence over human lives – what else is new? Wealthy investors are essentially gambling on there not being a pandemic, and by golly if the WHO can make that happen artificially then the agency is apparently going to do that, humanity be damned.

A similar situation occurred during the 2014 West African Ebola epidemic when needed monies took months to arrive because investor returns were dependent upon a delay. The result was that thousands of poor people needlessly died from the disease while the rich got even richer.

“The fact that human misery can be traded boggles my mind,” wrote one perplexed NewsPunch commenter after learning the dark and hidden truth about pandemic bond trading. “I guess a market can be made in anything.”

To keep up with the latest news about the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19), be sure to check out Pandemic.news.

Sources for this article include:

CNBC.com

NaturalNews.com

NewsPunch.com


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