As reported by Breitbart News, a petition calling for Tedros to be sacked and asking that Taiwan be granted full membership in the WHO reached more than 500,000 signatures Thursday, the Taiwan News noted.
The Taiwanese publication noted:
On Jan. 31, a netizen named Osuka Yip started a petition titled, “Call for the resignation of Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General,” on Change.org, citing Adhanom’s refusal on Jan. 23 to designate the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) a global health emergency. The author said this was partially to blame for the number of infected cases increasing more than tenfold from 800 to more than 10,000 over the next five days.
“We strongly think Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus is not fit for his role as WHO Director General. We call for the Immediate Resignation of Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus,” says the petition.
The document goes on to point out that despite the international health agency’s alleged commitment to political neutrality, it’s obvious that Tedros was carrying water for the Communist Chinese from the outset of the viral pandemic.
For example, Tedros has never challenged China’s official coronavirus infection rate of 81,226, or the ‘confirmed’ virus death toll of 3,281 though multiple reports have found that Beijing’s health officials in the provinces have grossly — and purposefully — undercounted.
And, as Natural News has reported, China shills at WHO including Tedros have essentially served as Beijing’s propagandists in repeating the lie that coronavirus wasn’t all that “contagious.”
Meanwhile, this ‘non-contagious’ virus has infected at least a half-million people around the world and killed more than 24,000 as of this writing.
“Preliminary investigations conducted by the Chinese authorities have found no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission of the novel #coronavirus (2019-nCoV) identified in #Wuhan, #China,” the WHO tweeted in mid-January.
Obviously, that tweet didn’t age well.
For the record, as The Daily Caller adds, lying about the means of transmission wasn’t the only one told by the Communist regime in Beijing. The government reported that the first cases of the virus were recorded in mid-December, but later, outside sources reported that Chinese health officials were documenting and tracking cases a month earlier, but failed to report it.
Taiwan News noted that the country’s ministry of foreign affairs alerted WHO officials about the virus’ ability to spread from human to human December 31, but because the world treats Taiwan as a province of China rather than a country, nobody listened. Shilling for the Communists was on the agenda.
“However, the WHO did not publish the requested information on its internal website and on Jan. 8 praised China’s identification of the virus and did not recommend any specific travel measures for travelers,” the Taiwan News noted.
Also, Tedros served as chief propagandist for Beijing when countries including the United States imposed travel bans on China.
“China has done many good things to slow down the virus,” he said last month. “The whole world can judge. There is no spinning here.”
He went on to suggest that the travel ban was “racist” and that implementing one not only harmed China economically but it created a “stigma.”
Who picked up on that propaganda, by the way? That would be the lamestream American media, which is always quick to side with authoritarian regimes against our ‘America first’ president.
In any event, Tedros has proven time and again he can’t be trusted to be straight with the world when it comes to exposing China’s bad behavior. He has to go.