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German Intelligence Service Confirms China’s President Xi Pressured WHO to Delay Coronavirus Warnings

German Intelligence Service Confirms China’s President Xi Pressured WHO to Delay Coronavirus Warnings

Meanwhile, the US sends three warships in response to Beijing exploiting international health crisis it created to assert control of South China Sea.

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Based on information from German intelligence agencies, reports indicate that Chinese Leader Xi Jinping personally asked the World Health Organization to delay the release of critical information regarding its coronavirus outbreak.

The Jan. 21 conversation between Jinping and WHO leader Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus was reported in Der Spiegel, which cited intelligence from Germany’s federal intelligence service, known as the Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND).

The report published over the weekend said Xi urged the WHO chief to “delay a global warning” about the pandemic and hold back information on human-to-human transmission of the virus.

The BND estimated that China’s action to conceal information resulted in a loss of four to six weeks in the fight against COVID-19.

The World Health Organization vigorously denies these reports.

“Der Spiegel reports of a January 21, 2020, telephone conversation between Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and President Xi Jingping of China are unfounded and untrue,” said the WHO in a statement on Saturday. ”

Dr Tedros and President Xi did not speak on Jan. 21, and they have never spoken by phone. Such inaccurate reports distract and detract from WHO’s and the world’s efforts to end the COVID-19 pandemic.”

The US appears to be unmoved by WHO denials. Back at the United Nations, the US and China are arguing about a new agreement related to a “global ceasefire” so the world can focus on pandemic response. Part of that disagreement stems from the inclusion of WHO in that document.

China and the United States both supported a draft United Nations Security Council resolution confronting the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday and it was “shocking and regretful” that Washington changed its mind on Friday, a Chinese diplomat said.

A U.S. diplomat refuted the Chinese comment, saying there was no U.S. agreement on the text.

For more than six weeks the 15-member council has been trying to agree on a text that ultimately aims to back a March 23 call by U.N. chief Antonio Guterres for a ceasefire in global conflicts so the world can focus on the pandemic.

But talks have been stymied by a stand-off between China and the United States over whether to mention the World Health Organization. The United States does not want a reference, China has insisted it be included, while some other members see the mention – or not – of WHO as a marginal issue, diplomats said.

There may be more to this diplomatic dispute than meets the eyes. Beijing seems to be exploiting the health crisis it created to assert control of the South China Sea. The US has just sent three warships in response.

China has taken advantage of the world’s struggle with Covid-19 to mount a disturbing display of military firepower and push its illegal claims to land and oilfields in a two-million-square-mile area in the South China Sea.

The moves have triggered an immediate response from US President Donald Trump.

Deeply worried about Beijing’s insatiable desire for land and the way its military has occupied areas by stealth, Washington has sent three warships to the region.

China’s escalation of war games in the region follows decades of aggression by the Communist government.

It is ignoring international law as it militarises islands and reefs, plans to exploit oil and mineral fields, and hopes to build nuclear reactors in the area.

No wonder experts fear the South China Sea is where a war involving China, the United States and Russia could begin. China’s defence minister, General Wei Fenghe, has said his country would ‘fight at all costs’ if a war occurred with America.

Meanwhile, Chinese authorities are reporting the beginning of a new wave of coronavirus cases in northeast China, about 700 miles away from Beijing.

Jilin officials raised the risk level of the city of Shulan to high from medium, having hoisted it to medium from low just the day before after one woman tested positive on May 7.

Eleven new cases in Shulan were confirmed on May 9, all of them members of her family or people who came into contact with her or family members.

Shulan has increased virus-control measures, including a lockdown of residential compounds, a ban on non-essential transportation and school closures, the Jilin government said.

The new cases pushed the overall number of new confirmed cases in mainland China on May 9 to 14, according to the National Health Commission on Sunday, the highest number since April 28.

Among them was the first case for more than a month in the city of Wuhan in central Hubei province where the outbreak was first detected late last year.

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Comments

notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital | May 11, 2020 at 3:16 pm

See Tom Cotton on Fox News explain how it evidently was released in mid-October from our IT agencies data collection.

We have 12 carrier groups, park 4 of them in the S. China sea

    NavyMustang in reply to starride. | May 11, 2020 at 4:34 pm

    +1000!

    Sending one or two ships into the South China Sea on FONOPS is ridiculous. The only way to get their attention is to have multinational naval exercises there and forget to invite the Chinese.

    Repeat as necessary until they get the message: it is NOT their private lake!!!

    ConradCA in reply to starride. | May 13, 2020 at 1:20 am

    The answer isn’t military, it’s economic. We and the rest of the first world purchase a huge amount of Chinese good and educate a large number of Chinese students. Now is the time for us to stop this.

      JusticeDelivered in reply to ConradCA. | May 13, 2020 at 8:49 am

      Yes, we need to cut off their cash flow. We should assess damages for intentionally spreading the virus, evidence is pretty conclusive that it was intentional, and grab their domestic assets to pay those damages. All our manufacturing needs to be pulled from China.

      Their manufactured islands should be destroyed. And they should be reminded that we have the capability to totally wipe them out.

      It seems to me that we are at the equivalent of the Cuban crisis.

So it is now official. Infector-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus was taking orders from Flu Emperor Xi. Who would have guessed?

Just for point of clarification, is this Angela Merkel’s intelligence service leaking this?

And once again, to the amazement of many including myself, Trump was right AGAIN, this time about China. He’s been warning us about them for a long time, and waging that battle almost single-handedly until just recently.

It sure is a good thing that he, again almost alone, forced Pelosi, Canada, and Mexico to sign the USMCA deal, which closed the NAFTA backdoor that China had been exploiting for decades. He has them completely cornered at this point, economically speaking.

And remember that last year he withdrew from the 1987 INF treaty with Russia, because it was preventing us from deploying the intermediate range missiles in the Pacific that our forces needed to deter China.

God sure works in mysterious ways.

    FOAF in reply to fast182. | May 11, 2020 at 5:51 pm

    You mean the President of the United States is actually acting in the interests of the people of the United States?!?!?!

    All the Right People are outraged. Wouldn’t be prudent.

I recall reading a mid-January 2020 article claiming Taiwanese IC were aware of Corvid19 in the first week of November and were alerting their Western counterparts to the viral threat.

    Milhouse in reply to Tiki. | May 12, 2020 at 12:09 am

    Corvid? It came from bats, not crows!

      JusticeDelivered in reply to Milhouse. | May 13, 2020 at 9:15 am

      Approved means of referencing this:

      CRR or CRR’s Virus

      Wuhan Virus

      China’s Virus

      China’s Wuhan Virus

      China’s Sneak Attack Virus

      It is important that China always receive proper credit, and then punishment.

Someone tell the San Antonio city council.

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to MTED. | May 11, 2020 at 7:37 pm

    Someone quarantine the sick and perverted San Antonio City Council.

China and the WHO are guilty of genocide.
There is no other way to call it.

Barry Soetoro | May 11, 2020 at 6:32 pm

It’s just a matter of time until a shooting war with the Yellow Reds starts, unless we get serious about putting them in their place now.

You expect duplicitous, deceitful behavior from the Chinese leadership. That’s the nature of totalitarian apparatchiks; nothing new, there.

But, WHO’s obsequious, mendacious and dangerous water-carrying on behalf of its Chinese masters, is even more contemptible, because WHO and the U.N. are (in theory, at least) supposed to operate with some semblance of transparency and honesty.

The WHO head and his lackeys are willfully complicit in China’s deceit and are responsible for facilitating the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people, as well as trillions of dollars in economic damage. Of course, WHO denies the German intelligence report’s assertions, but, WHO has zero credibility, now that its mendacity and fecklessness have been previously exposed.

    FOAF in reply to guyjones. | May 11, 2020 at 11:39 pm

    To be honest I have always expected duplicitous deceitful behavior from any outfit affiliated with the UN as much as from communists. After all they are often the same people.

This is further proof that China attacked us and the rest of the world with a WMD ie coronavirus. Our reckoning with China should be severe.

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