China Syndrome: WHO official’s response to question about Taiwan has to be seen to be believed

China Syndrome: WHO official’s response to question about Taiwan has to be seen to be believed
Canadian Bruce Aylward, WHO official. Twitter video

[Ed. – Seeing the truth laid bare about how China has literally bought quiescent silence from so much of the West – far beyond the NBA – has been eye-opening for a lot of people, I think.]

The World Health Organization (WHO) has come under fire over its handling of the Wuhan coronavirus and, in particular, for spreading Chinese propaganda. WHO has parroted the Chinese regime’s various talking points. Back in January, the organization shared a tweet citing Chinese health official’s who claimed there was no evidence the virus transmitted through human-to-human contact. We now know that is a blatant lie. …

The WHO dug their public relations crisis even deeper into the ground when Bruce Alyward, the Senior Advisor to Director General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, refused to talk about Taiwan during an interview with RTHK.

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