‘More Body Bags’: W.H.O. Director Threatens Doom Without ‘Unity’ Behind His Organization
The director general of the World Health Organization (WHO) is desperate to keep his disgraced organization from losing funds, and he is claiming that doom will come if they are criticized amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus called out his critics and made an ominous statement that could be perceived as a threat.
“Please do not politicize this virus,” Tedros said during a virtual press conference on Wednesday. “If you want to be exploited and if you want to have many more body bags, then you do it. If you don’t want many more body bags, then you refrain from politicizing it.”
Tedros is urging the world to unite around his organization and follow their orders despite their record of extreme failure.
“Without unity, we assure you even any country that may have a better system will be in trouble and more crisis. That’s our message. Unity at the national level,” he said. “No need to use COVID to score political points. No need. You have many other ways to prove yourselves.”
Trump has talked recently of de-funding or freezing the funds for the WHO because he believes that they are in the pocket of the Chinese communists. He won his election to the director general post with the support of China.
“They actually criticized and disagreed with my travel ban at the time I did it, and they were wrong,” Trump said during a Wednesday press conference, referring to his decision to block incoming travel from China early in the pandemic. “They’ve been wrong about a lot of things.”
“They had a lot of information early, and they didn’t — they seemed to be very China-centric. We have to look into it,” he added.
WHO infamously circulated Chinese propaganda on Jan. 14 when they spread fake news about the coronavirus in a now-infamous tweet. Their reckless and irresponsible behavior put many more lives in danger needlessly.
Preliminary investigations conducted by the Chinese authorities have found no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission of the novel #coronavirus (2019-nCoV) identified in #Wuhan, #China🇨🇳. pic.twitter.com/Fnl5P877VG
— World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) January 14, 2020
Tedros also tried to play the victim during the virtual press conference, claiming that he has received death threats and been called mean racist names during his time in the limelight because of the coronavirus pandemic.
“I can tell you personal attacks that have been going on for more than two, three months. Abuses, or racist comments, giving me names, black or Negro. I’m proud of being black, proud of being Negro … I don’t care to be honest … even death threats. I don’t give a damn,” he said.
Tedros is issuing potential threats about “body bags” and playing the victim card in a desperate attempt to keep his globalist institution solvent.