A scientific journal article funded by the U.S. Department of Energy – which included controversial Chinese Communist Party scientists such as the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s top bat coronavirus researcher as authors – is calling for expanding the power of the World Health Organization over sovereign countries. The paper – Lessons Learnt From The COVID-19 Pandemic – provides an overview and assessment of the world’s response to the virus, praising both China and the World Health Organization (WHO) for their supposed transparency. “It is clear that both China and the WHO demonstrated dramatically improved responses to COVID-19 with the lessons
The director of the World Health Organization privately believes the COVID-19 pandemic resulted from a leak from a Chinese laboratory, according to a new report which undermines the publicly stated position of the global health chief. Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus – the Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO) – had previously stressed how unlikely the long-derided “lab leak” theory was, despite evidence to the contrary. Now, according to a report from the Daily Mail, Dr. Tedros “confided to a senior European politician that the most likely explanation was a catastrophic accident at a laboratory in Wuhan.” The quiet admission
EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak was reportedly tapped to serve as a World Health Organization COVID-19 investigator at the demand of the Chinese Communist Party, according to a former staffer from group. Daszak’s nomination to serve as an investigator for the World Health Organization’s (WHO) mission to uncover the origins of COVID-19 would likely have been supported by Beijing, as he retains deep connections (and conflicts of interest) with the Chinese Communist Party’s scientific community. Daszak, who has led conferences sponsored by Chinese Communist Party-run scientific organizations, has co-authored studies funded by the Chinese government and participated in conferences conducted by
The World Health Organization’s newly announced COVID-19 origins investigation team features several holdovers from the entity’s first compromised mission in addition to collaborators of Wuhan Institute of Virology partner EcoHealth Alliance, The National Pulse can reveal. The second round of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) origins investigation effort follows the first round of investigators, which included individuals who failed to disclose their ties to the Wuhan Institute of Virology and Chinese Communist Party, despite confidently dispelling the “lab leak” theory. Team member Christian Drosten, one of the 26 newly announced investigators, was a signatory on the infamous Lancet letter on the
The lead investigator for the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 origins team admitted that the virus developing as a result of a Wuhan Institute of Virology employee getting infected by a bat was a “probable hypothesis.” The claims, made by Dr. Peter Embarek, follow the World Health Organization (WHO) team releasing a controversial report alleging COVID-19 had natural origins and that a lab leak is “extremely unlikely.” The National Pulse highlighted several members of the team – including Peter Daszak and Marion Koopmans – for having conflicts of interest with the Chinese Communist Party. While speaking on Denmark’s television station TV2,
The World Health Organization tapped Chinese Communist Party Officials, advisors to the Wuhan Institute of Virology's partner EcoHealth Alliance, and members of its compromised COVID-19 origins investigation team for a new global health advisory board, wielding a key role in the "development of a long-term strategic approach" to pandemics.
Peter Daszak spoke at a Wuhan Institute of Virology-sponsored conference chaired by "bat woman" Shi Zhengli months before serving as an "impartial" COVID-19 origins investigator for the World Health Organization.
Peter Daszak – who served as a World Health Organization COVID-19 investigator despite having close financial and personnel ties to the Wuhan Institute of Virology – appeared to defend the Chinese Communist Party from having to defend itself against the "lab leak" theory in a recent interview.