DEVILISH LEADER OF CHINA ‘XI JINPING’ IS AN INTERNATIONAL TERRORIST



President Xi Jinping's communist government has been accused of spreading lies about coronavirus CREDIT:  REUTERS/Aly Song/ 

Xi Jinping should be tried in the World Court and be found guilty of International Crimes of Terrorism against the ENTIRE world. 

No matter if Covid-19 virus was a natural virus or bioengineered – the charge should  remain the same. I have said and still believe that this was a bioweapon, engineered in one of Wuhan’s laboratories.

The evidence against this despicable dictator is so egregious – he has NO defense. He knew about the virus and the many lives lost in Wuhan in early December (some news sources claim it was possibly November –  and yet he did not warn the nations of the world about the deadly Virus. 

How many Chinese citizens who were asymptomatic had come to America during this window of time? How many Americans flew to China, completely oblivious to the deadly invisible killer virus during this same time period?

Xi of China allowed WHO (which is part of the U.N.) to come to Wuhan after the cat was out of the bag.  The leader of WHO,  Tedros Adhanom,  is now being called an “Accomplice ” to China in this World Terrorism.   Xi ONLY allowed WHO to come into China.  That was our first indication that a MAJOR coverup was underway.

From foreignpolicy.com

BEIJING, CHINA – JANUARY 28: Tedros Adhanom, Director General of the World Health Organization, (L) shakes hands with Chinese President Xi Jinping before a meeting at the Great Hall of the People, on January 28, 2020 in Beijing, China. (Photo by Naohiko Hatta – Pool/Getty Images)

“How WHO Became China’s Coronavirus Accomplice”

Beijing is pushing to become a public health superpower—and quickly found a willing international partner.

While the novel coronavirus is changing the world, China is trying to do the same. Already a serious strategic rival of the United States with considerable international clout, it’s now moving into a new field—health.

After initial denials and cover-ups, China successfully contained the COVID-19 outbreak—but not before it had exported many cases to the rest of the world. Today, despite the falsehoods it initially passed on, which played a critical role in delaying global response, it’s trying to leverage its reputed success story into a stronger position on international health bodies.

Most critically, Beijing succeeded from the start in steering the World Health Organization (WHO), which both receives funding from China and is dependent on the regime of the Communist Party on many levels. Its international experts didn’t get access to the country until Director-General Tedros Adhanom visited President Xi Jinping at the end of January. Before then, WHO was uncritically repeating information from the Chinese authorities, ignoring warnings from Taiwanese doctors—unrepresented in WHO, which is a United Nations body—and reluctant to declare a “public health emergency of international concern,” denying after a meeting Jan. 22 that there was any need to do so.

After the Beijing visit, though, WHO said in a statementthat it appreciated “especially the commitment from top leadership, and the transparency they have demonstrated.” Only after the meeting did it declared, on Jan. 30, a public health emergency of international concern. And after China reported only a few new cases each day, WHO declared the coronavirus a pandemic March 11—even though it had spread globally weeks before.

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WHO was keen to broadcast Beijing’s message. “In the face of a previously unknown virus, China has rolled out perhaps the most ambitious, agile and aggressive disease containment effort in history,” WHO experts said in their February report on the mission to China. The country had gained “invaluable time for the response” in an “all-of-government and all-of society approach” that has averted or delayed hundreds of thousands of cases, protecting the global community and “creating a stronger first line of defense against international spread.”

China’s “uncompromising and rigorous use of non-pharmaceutical measures” provides vital lessons for the global response, the WHO report said. Beijing’s strategy “demonstrated that containment can be adapted and successfully operationalized in a wide range of settings.” However, while recommending China’s epidemic control policy to the world, WHO neglected the negative externalities—from economic damage to the failure to treat many non-coronavirus patients, psychological woes, and human rights costs.

It’s not surprising that China’s containment strategy was effective, said Richard Neher, virologist at the University of Basel. “The big lockdown, centralized quarantine, and contact tracing for sure accelerated the decline,” Neher said. Lawrence O. Gostin, director of the WHO Collaborating Center on National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University, points to “major human rights” concerns with the lockdown techniques pioneered in China and now—to a different degree—adopted in many nations. Gostin recommends standard public health measures like testing, treatment, contact tracing, and isolation or quarantine “as scientifically justified.”

While the rising number of cases elsewhere shows that China isn’t alone in failing in the initial stages of an outbreak, the full story of the Chinese loss will probably never be known—and certainly not recognized by WHO or other bodies.

One reason is that official data from China is often highly dubious—which can lead to ill-advised health policies in other countries, since studies based on information from China are the first used to understand COVID-19. Countless cases of people dying at home in Wuhan—some being described in social media posts—will probably never go into the statistics. And while a report by Caixin on the Chinese province of Heilongjiang said that a considerable percentage of asymptomatic cases has not been reported—which amounts to about 50 percent more known infections in China, according to a South China Morning Post report on classified government data—WHO takes numbers reported by Beijing at face value.

“I thought the greatest success of the Chinese party-state was in getting the WHO to focus on the positive sides of China’s responses and ignore the negative sides of the responses,” said Steve Tsang, director of the China Institute at the SOAS University of London. “With the WHO presenting China’s responses in a positive light, the Chinese government is able to make its propaganda campaign to ignore its earlier mistakes appear credible and to ignore the human, societal, and economic costs of its responses.”

Indeed, WHO closes its eyes to such problems. “China reported and isolated ALL individuals with laboratory-confirmed COVID-19,” Christian Lindmeier, a WHO spokesperson, said in mid-March. However, Chinese authorities only in the beginning of April started to make current numbers of asymptomatic cases with lab-confirmed infections public—which also are included in the WHO case definition for COVID-19. “Every country has its own self-reporting processes”, Lindmeier said. WHO epidemiologist Bruce Aylward, who headed the visit, said in an interview that China was not hiding anything. When asked how many people have been put in quarantine, isolation, or residential restriction, Lindmeier referred to numbers from China’s National Health Commission—which are much smaller than the numbers calculated by the New York Times. “WHO works with these data,” he said.

Yet it is unclear whether the WHO experts who traveled to China sufficiently understood the situation on the ground. For example, based on numbers from the South China province of Guangdong, WHO argued that undetected cases are rare. However, a screening program for COVID-19 only included patients seen at fever clinics; most of them probably showed at least a fever. In Germany, most of the people who tested positive did not show a fever. It is easily possible that there has been a substantial number of undetected cases, Neher said, which is the “big unknown” in calculations of the death rate.

WHO also left many questions open about how exactly public engagement was managed in its report. Chinese people have reacted “with courage and conviction,” it says; they have “accepted and adhered to the starkest of containment measures.” While this is probably true for many, others were likely motivated by a statement of the Supreme People’s Court: People carrying the virus who don’t follow quarantine restrictions “face jail terms ranging from three to 10 years if the consequence is not serious,” it says. Otherwise, they could face a life sentence or death.

“The community has largely accepted the prevention and control measures and is fully participating in the management of self-isolation and enhancement of public compliance,” the WHO report says. In China, no measures have been implemented that could not also be used elsewhere, Aylward claimed in an interview. Apparently, the WHO mission didn’t have the chance to speak with people with opposing views. Many Chinese people told him that they all have been attacked together and need to react in a united fashion, Aylward said.

The very uniformity of this narrative should have been a wake-up call, said Mareike Ohlberg from the Berlin-based Mercator Institute for China Studies. Indeed, the whole trip of both foreign and national experts seems to have been organized along Potemkin-esque lines for a team where most of its international members lacked linguistic skills and familiarity with China. “We really didn’t have much interaction until after all the site visits,” said Clifford Lane, a deputy director at the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and a member of the delegation. It was his first trip to China, he told Science. “I was really surprised with how modern the cities were.”

Ohlberg said the statements of the WHO have clearly been heavily influenced by the Chinese Communist Party. She says she was surprised that, from the start, many experts uncritically repeated information from Beijing and “preached confidence in the WHO and the Chinese government.” The WHO report rightly emphasized the heroic commitment of the population of Wuhan. “But it’s important that the WHO does not degrade itself to an instrument of the Chinese government—which does not want to make transparent how the population suffered,” she said.

Osman Dar, global health expert at Public Health England and the Royal Institute of International Affairs, said that China is no different from other countries that seek to exert influence. WHO had evolved out of colonial-era international sanitary conferences convened by the European powers and expansionist U.S. policy, he said. Since WHO was controlled and largely influenced by the national interests of Western powers before, in the past 20 years, countries like China “have started to have more influence in the global health space.”

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From scmp.com

Why Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping’s mutual admiration society looks like it’s here to stay

Strongmen leaders expected to enhance cooperation to ensure they have a counterbalance to the US and its allies

Vladimir Putin received more than 75 per cent of the vote in Sunday’s election. Photo: AP
 

Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping lost little time in congratulating each other after the Chinese and Russian Presidents both secured another term in office over the weekend – despite the much more reticent response from leading Western nations.

Analysts expect Xi and Putin to enhance their rapport because Beijing and Moscow need each other to act as a counter balance to the United States.

Putin was the first foreign leader to send a congratulatory note to Xi on Saturday less than an hour after Xi received unanimous support from the National People’s Congress to serve a second term as president.

On Monday, Xi returned the favour by congratulating Putin after he received almost 77 per cent of the vote in Sunday’s presidential election – a contest where many of his opponents had been banned from running.

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In his message to Putin, Xi said the comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership between China and Russia was at “the best level in history” and could set an “example for building a new type of international relations”.

 

The message from Putin to Xi on Saturday was similar, with the Tass news agency reporting that Putin had said the NPC vote was a sign of Xi’s “high prestige”.

But the leaders of many Western nations have refused to comment.

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Although the presidents of Italy and Portugal sent a message of congratulations to Xi, and the German Chancellor Angela Merkel – whose fourth term of office was confirmed last week – spoke to him by phone, the British Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron remained silent.

 
Vladimir Putin received more than 75 per cent of the vote in Sunday’s election. Photo: AP
 

Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping lost little time in congratulating each other after the Chinese and Russian Presidents both secured another term in office over the weekend – despite the much more reticent response from leading Western nations.

Analysts expect Xi and Putin to enhance their rapport because Beijing and Moscow need each other to act as a counter balance to the United States.

Putin was the first foreign leader to send a congratulatory note to Xi on Saturday less than an hour after Xi received unanimous support from the National People’s Congress to serve a second term as president.

On Monday, Xi returned the favour by congratulating Putin after he received almost 77 per cent of the vote in Sunday’s presidential election – a contest where many of his opponents had been banned from running.

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In his message to Putin, Xi said the comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership between China and Russia was at “the best level in history” and could set an “example for building a new type of international relations”.

 

The message from Putin to Xi on Saturday was similar, with the Tass news agency reporting that Putin had said the NPC vote was a sign of Xi’s “high prestige”.

But the leaders of many Western nations have refused to comment.

Why Xi Jinping’s term limits move makes China-US conflict more likely

Although the presidents of Italy and Portugal sent a message of congratulations to Xi, and the German Chancellor Angela Merkel – whose fourth term of office was confirmed last week – spoke to him by phone, the British Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron remained silent.

 
United States President Donald Trump also has not sent his formal congratulations, although he has previously joked that he favoured removing term limits in the US as well as in China.
 
 
Vladimir Putin received more than 75 per cent of the vote in Sunday’s election. Photo: AP
 

Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping lost little time in congratulating each other after the Chinese and Russian Presidents both secured another term in office over the weekend – despite the much more reticent response from leading Western nations.

Analysts expect Xi and Putin to enhance their rapport because Beijing and Moscow need each other to act as a counter balance to the United States.

Putin was the first foreign leader to send a congratulatory note to Xi on Saturday less than an hour after Xi received unanimous support from the National People’s Congress to serve a second term as president.

On Monday, Xi returned the favour by congratulating Putin after he received almost 77 per cent of the vote in Sunday’s presidential election – a contest where many of his opponents had been banned from running.

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In his message to Putin, Xi said the comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership between China and Russia was at “the best level in history” and could set an “example for building a new type of international relations”.

 

The message from Putin to Xi on Saturday was similar, with the Tass news agency reporting that Putin had said the NPC vote was a sign of Xi’s “high prestige”.

But the leaders of many Western nations have refused to comment.

Why Xi Jinping’s term limits move makes China-US conflict more likely

Although the presidents of Italy and Portugal sent a message of congratulations to Xi, and the German Chancellor Angela Merkel – whose fourth term of office was confirmed last week – spoke to him by phone, the British Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron remained silent.

 

United States President Donald Trump also has not sent his formal congratulations, although he has previously joked that he favoured removing term limits in the US as well as in China.

Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping both secured further terms in office over the weekend. Photo: AP

Analysts said the friendly ties between China and Russia would further develop in the coming years due to their shared national interests – especially with regards to dealing with the West.

 

Xi has visited Russia six times since coming to power, and he has met Putin more than 20 times in total.

The two nations have teamed up to veto United Nations Security Council resolutions concerning the ongoing conflict in Syria and pledged to maintain the post-Second World War international order.

Kerry Brown, director of the Lau China Institute at King’s College in London, said that while Russia lacked China’s economic clout, it still provided Beijing with a convenient counterweight to the West.

 

“Sino-Russian relations are very pragmatic. But in the end China will be increasingly dominant. Longer term China is the only power with the real ability to truly contest US dominance.

“And It is already doing so. For China, Russia is a convenient power – for Russia, China is a necessary one. That’s the difference,” said Brown.

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But Liang Yunxiang, an international relations expert from Peking University, said the strong ties that had developed between Xi and Putin might trigger more tough gestures from Washington.

“Their strongman style of leadership will necessarily make the US more nationalistic. Washington might trust China less and increase its military budget to counter China’s increasingly assertive moves. In this sense, friction between China and the US is likely to become more frequent,” said Liang.

Huang Dahui, an international relations specialist from Renmin University in Beijing, said:

“Although China’s power is expected to continue rising on the world stage, Beijing’s ties with Washington will not be dominated by frictions.

“Globalisation means every country has to value its relationship with each other,” said Huang. source

Trump and China – Just some questions which demand answers

There are questions that many are asking and rightly so. How many times in the past few years have we heard President Trump speak about Jinping in a positive manner – saying that he really had a great relationship with the leader of China?

Don’t get me wrong here folks – I voted for Trump and plan to vote for him in November -IF THERE IS AN ELECTION. But there are many questions which need to answered.  

Did President Trump know that we were almost 100% dependent on China for our pharmaceuticals and OTC medicines, such as Tylenol and Advil?  Does the reader realize that if these drugs from China were completely cut off from us right now – how many American’s would suffer and possibly die?  

And an even more horrifying scenario would be if China decided to lace these pharmaceuticals and components needed to manufacture these drugs with toxic substances.  

These are questions that MUST be asked of this administration. Was Trump not advised of these horrific potential scenarios? Was he not even told how much of our medicines come from China? 

THINGS MUST CHANGE

IF we see the light at the end of the tunnel, and we come to a point where we see each nation (of course including the U.S.) recovering – WE MUST NOT DEAL WITH CHINA – NOT IN ANY WAY, SHAPE OR FORM.

We should carry on with talks with them, but this Covid-19 NIGHTMARE should never leave our minds. China is our ENEMY and may I say that they are an enemy to every freedom loving nation on our planet.

As I said in the title of this piece:  Xi Jinping should be tried by a Would Court for International Terrorism and found GUILTY – QUILTY of producing the horrid Virus – GUILTY of covering it up – GUILTY of lying to the nations of the world – GUILTY of collaboration with WHO (part of the U.N.) to fool the nations.  

EVERY SINGLE PERSON ON THE PLANET WHO DIED FROM COVID-19 – THEIR BLOOD IS ON THE HANDS AND HEAD OF CHINA’S DEVILISH DICTATOR XI JINPING AND THE UNITED NATIONS WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION -WHO.

 

How Can I Be Saved?

 

Shalom b’Yeshua

 

MARANATHA!!!