The World Health Organization’s Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus set up an inquiry board to look into efforts to deal with the Wuhan Virus situation as the virus was beginning go out from the People’s Republic of China.
The Tedros’ WHO board has made a couple of very unsurprising findings.
The World Health Organization should be given the power to swiftly investigate threatening pathogens in any country….
National sovereignty be damned. A supranational entity should be able to go where it pleases. Especially WHO.
The second finding centers on these:
The panel’s report, however, doesn’t directly criticize [the People’s Republic of China] and instead praises it….
Never mind that the world first learned of the virus from the Republic of China (which the People’s Republic of China continues to block from participating in any WHO proceedings). The board’s report also spikes
mention [of PRC] authorities’ efforts to prevent medical staff and health officials from sharing information on the emerging disease.
This against the backdrop of PRC…influence…over the WHO and over Tedros in particular.
Nothing self-serving here. Not a bit.