Continuing on From Part E Here:
RED PILL Part F
This is a scathing indictment. In paragraph after paragraph, Trump establishes either that the WHO was grossly incompetent or that China has such control over Dr. Tedros that the WHO failed to serve its function as a clearinghouse for information that affects the world’s health.
In a nice double-whammy, by indicting the WHO’s conduct, Trump manages to expose China’s negligent and intentional acts without engaging in a direct back-and-forth with President Xi. It’s a shrewd triangular negotiation with a destabilizing nation that needs to pay the price for creating a worldwide disaster and, once having done so, trying to profit from the chaos it created.
To cap it off, Trump directly insults Dr. Tedros. He does so by reminding Tedros how well his predecessor, Director-General Harlem Brundtland, handled the SARS outbreak that also came from China. Having rubbed Tedros’s nose in his mess, Trump closes with an open threat: unless Tedros proves within 30 days that the WHO’s mending its ways:
I will make my temporary freeze of United States funding to the World Health Organization permanent and reconsider our membership in the organization. I cannot allow American taxpayer dollars to continue to finance an organization that, in its present state, is so clearly not serving America’s interests.