Investigations by international intelligence agencies found that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) caused the “endangerment of other countries” by its controversial handling of the CCP Virus outbreak.
The CCP perpetrated an “assault on international transparency,” concluded the Five Eyes alliance of secret agencies comprising the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United States, according to the New York Post, citing The Telegraph of Australia.
Despite the disinformation campaigns promoted by the CCP through the mainstream media, its strategies are coming to light.
The 15-page report details how the CCP “disappeared” the doctors and scientists who wanted to warn of the CCP Virus disaster.
It also destroyed evidence from genetic research centers studying the virus.
And then it removed all possible evidence from the wild animal marketplace, that it said was the source of this pathogen.
Continuing these tactics, it denied that there was any human-to-human transmission of the disease, while a multitude of people were already suffering.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) determined that the regime “intentionally concealed the severity” of its CCP Virus crisis in January while procuring protective equipment from around the world.
“We further assess the Chinese Government [the CCP] attempted to hide its actions by denying there were export restrictions and obfuscating and delaying provision of its trade data,” the DHS report charged.
It issued the damaging secret order to its embassies in January to hoard all available personal protective equipment (PPE), leaving most countries unprotected.
From Canada, it obtained at least 2.5 billion pieces of protection in six weeks, according to Global News.
The CCP was able to do business with some of that material by selling it back to the countries most in need.
Although it has been proven that the CCP lied on several occasions, it went on to try to discredit the United States by suggesting that the United States spread the CCP Virus.
It now refuses to allow independent research to be carried out at the source of the pandemic and instead responds by trying to divert it or threaten trade retaliation to countries that attempt to participate in such studies.
The situation is not over, meanwhile, several countries are accusing the CCP of the damage caused and are seeking ways to obtain appropriate compensation.