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W.H.O. Begs for Funds After President Trump Threatens to Cut Them Off for Backing China

These globalists want to keep their gravy train.

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The World Health Organization (WHO) has come under fire for their organization’s mismanagement of the coronavirus pandemic and peddling Chinese propaganda, but they still demand to be subsidized by the U.S. taxpayer despite their ineffectiveness.

President Donald Trump has put WHO in the spotlight for their organization’s stunning level of incompetence in recent days.

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“They called it wrong… They missed the call. They could’ve called it months earlier, they should’ve known. We’re going to put a hold on money spent to the WHO,” Trump said on Tuesday.

WHO officials are advocating to keep their gravy train rolling in, lecturing the public about their necessity during a pandemic.

“We are still in the acute phase of a pandemic, so now is not the time to cut back on funding,” said Dr. Hans Kluge, who works as WHO regional director in Europe, during a virtual meeting after being asked about Trump’s comments.

“I don’t think that’s necessary,” said Dr. Tedros Adhanom, who works as WHO director general. “We shouldn’t waste time pointing fingers. We need time to unite … Let’s unite … The worst is yet to come if we don’t rush to ensure unity.”

Trump has gone back on forth on whether or not to de-fund WHO. It is something that the White House is currently considering.

“We’re going to investigate it, we’re going to look at it. But we will look at ending funding, yeah, because you know what, they called it wrong, and if you look back over the years even, everything seems to be very biased toward China,” Trump said.

David Nabarro, WHO’s special envoy for Covid-19, is urging for his organization not to be held accountable for their many blunders until after the pandemic has concluded.

“The world is in the middle of an extraordinary and epic struggle against a virus that is completely new. We are learning all the time about how to reduce the suffering, the consequences of the containment and efforts to prepare the world to live with it. With something like this each decision that we make is closely examined – as it should be,” Nabarro told The Guardian.. “But for now I would suggest we wait until the time the emergency subsides, when of course there will be inquiries, and individuals, governments and institutions are scrutinized.”

“We are trying to combine science and risk-assessment as we connect with the people who are making really tough decisions. They need to be able to trust us and have confidence in us as they do their best to ensure that their decisions are based on the best available evidence,” he added.

WHO’s tweet blindly parroting Chinese propaganda has become infamous. Their relaying of false information made the coronavirus pandemic worse by an untold margin.

Trump may want to consider de-funding the United Nations and all other globalist projects along with the WHO.

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As Many as 20,000 People Protest Lockdown Restrictions in Germany

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A crowd of people possibly numbering up to 20,000 protested Germany’s coronavirus lockdown policies in Berlin on Saturday, objecting to the restrictive measures their national government had put in place in response to the pandemic.

The demonstration, in which Germany’s conservative and right-wing political movements were prominent, was titled “Day of Freedom — The End of the Pandemic.” Police are estimating that 17,000 people attended, showing that opposition to many coronavirus social restrictions is not only present but strong in continental Europe.

The coronavirus epidemic in Germany hasn’t been as severe as what other European countries have experienced, with the nations of Italy, Spain, Sweden and the UK incurring the worst outbreaks of the disease on the continent. Almost 10,000 people have died in the nation of more than 80 million, although there are indications that a second wave of coronavirus infections may be coming about as more people grow tired of restrictions.

Demonstrators at the Berlin event mostly declined to wear masks, and some bore placards that read “Corona, false alarm” and “We are being forced to wear a muzzle.”

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In a questionable development, Berlin Police have claimed that they’re going to instigate legal proceedings against organizers of the demonstration for failing to properly mandate social distancing within the march event.

It’s not just America where there’s widespread skepticism of coronavirus shutdowns and restrictions. The Berlin gathering, which authorities maintain numbered in the tens of thousands, may have been the single largest individual anti-coronavirus lockdown demonstration to occur in the world.

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