German Intelligence Exposes China for Telling WHO to Hide Human-to-Human Wuhan Virus Transmission

According to a report from the National Pulse, the “Chinese Communist Party forced the World Health Organization (WHO) to refrain from notifying the world about human-to-human transmission of the novel coronavirus, causing a “four to six-week delay in fighting” the virus.”

Germany’s Federal Intelligence Service was the entity responsible for uncovering these startling facts.

The newly-released report confirms the Trump administration’s suspicions that China withheld this sensitive information, thus impeding the world’s ability to combat the virus:

“According to the BND, China has urged the World Health Organization (WHO) to delay a global warning after the outbreak of the virus at the highest level. On January 21, China’s leader Xi Jinping asked WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus to hold back information about a human-to-human transmission and to delay a pandemic warning.”

This came after the Department of Homeland Security alleged that the CCP intentionally dragged its feet in order to buy time to stockpile medical supplies that are now in scarce supply.

This marks another example of the WHO kowtowing to China and jeopardizing the international community’s health.

A week after the WHO helped the CCP carry out the cover up, it congratulated China for its transparency in a statement from the body’s director, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus: 

“We appreciate the seriousness with which China is taking this outbreak, especially the commitment from top leadership, and the transparency they have demonstrated, including sharing data and genetic sequence of the virus. WHO is working closely with the government on measures to understand the virus and limit transmission. WHO will keep working side-by-side with China and all other countries to protect health and keep people safe.”

Tedros’s statement was recently debunked and his overall track record is being called into question.

He has repeatedly covered up infectious disease outbreaks.

The New York Times wrote back in 2017 that he played a crucial role in “covering up three cholera epidemics in his home country, Ethiopia, when he was health minister — a charge that could seriously undermine his campaign to run the agency.”

The National Pulsed noted that Tedros’s actions “were straight from Beijing’s playbook” and alluded to the SARS episode where “China denied for months in 2003 that it had a serious outbreak of lethal respiratory disease in its southern cities. That outbreak ultimately became known as SARS, for severe acute respiratory syndrome, and spread to several other countries, including Canada.”

With all of the facts considered, China must be held to account for its failure to contain the spread of this virus.

At the same time, Western leaders will need to rethink their countries’ relationship with China due to its long-history of authoritarianism and desire to undermine the West in its quest to become a superpower.

At the end of the day, China cannot be trusted.