The outbreak of the pandemic caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus became a complete disaster for most countries, and the World Health Organization (WHO) has been strongly questioned about it.

Based on the fact that its role is to provide international notification and take appropriate measures to prevent dangerous health effects, the indications given by this body have been contradictory and erratic.

On the one hand, the CCP was obliged to report the outbreak of the epidemic in accordance with the international health regulations but did not, taking responsibility for the consequences of the pandemic.

On the other hand, although the CCP did not make the notice to the WHO official in a timely manner, the Taiwanese government proved that on Dec. 31 it notified the WHO of the situation of 7 patients with “atypical pneumonia” in Wuhan, China, who deserved to be investigated.

However, the WHO ignored the warning, this being its first failure. This was not an obstacle for Taiwan as it only had 7 people die and its economy and pace of life were affected very little.

Among other WHO failures, it is said that the use of the masks was discouraged with arguments such as that they caused “respiratory difficulties,” “self-pollution,” a “false sense of security,” and a “diversion of resources from effective public health measures.”

Thus, it is coincidental that in the first days of the outbreak of the CCP Virus the CCP gathered millions of masks from all over the world, surreptitiously and for its own benefit, even reselling them at higher prices.

Only in June did the WHO recommend the use of the masks, saying, “Governments should encourage the general public to use masks in specific situations and settings as part of a comprehensive approach to suppressing transmission of SARS-CoV-2.”

Another issue of concern to people around the world is the possibility of asymptomatic transmission of the CCP Virus.

WHO epidemiologist Maria Van Kerkhove said on June 9 that the asymptomatic spread of the disease appears to be highly unlikely, contrary to all officials who are pursuing strategies to prevent transmission from asymptomatic people. Some media outlets claim that Van Kerkhove later retracted her statement.

The confusion over the use of the drug hydroxychloroquine [used safely for decades to cure other illnesses] has been no small one.

In May, the WHO stopped a study on the drug, arguing that it was lethally risky and unsafe for patients with the CCP Virus. However, a few days later it resumed it only to abandon it again explaining that the drug did not offer any benefit to patients with the CCP Virus.

The Henry Ford Health System reported on July 3 that hydroxychloroquine had resulted in a significant reduction in mortality in CCP Virus patients, in line with the recommendation for its use issued by U.S. President Donald Trump in previous months.

The CCP’s prolonged concealment of the outbreak of the CCP Virus, and the WHO’s negligent complacency with it, leads one to consider a possible collusion to generate a global genocide, according to researcher and journalist Shrenik Rao.

By suppressing information and keeping the world in the dark about the spread of the disease, they have orchestrated mass murder on a global scale,” said Rao, referring to the CCP and the WHO.

Rao believes that the director-general of the WHO, Tedros Adhanon Ghebreyesus, [a member of the Ethiopian communist party] should be dismissed from his post and that the leader of China and the top leaders of the CCP should be tried for crimes against humanity.

The WHO’s ravings caused the United States to suspend its contributions of about $450 million a year until it demonstrated substantial reorganization in pursuit of greater efficiency in carrying out its mission.

All of WHO’s failures have generated numerous complaints and unrest, following accusations of failure to comply with its mission. Meanwhile, the number of deaths is approaching 540,000 worldwide, and the impact of economic losses is incalculable.