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« Reply #25 on: April 08, 2020, 09:44:19 am »

Gordon Chang: U.S. Should Seize China’s $1 Trillion in Treasury Obligations as Coronavirus Compensation

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« Reply #26 on: April 08, 2020, 12:03:24 pm »


The International Criminal Court at the Hague should try Donald J. Trump for stupidity and negligence handling the congid-19 virus, then sentence him to life in prison.

That way he'll never, ever be able leave America without running the risk of being arrested, taken into custody and banged up in jail.

Then the rest of the world will never, ever have to be infested with the stupid moron outside America again, unless he is in a jail cell.
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BTW … Breithart is a collective of stupid morons. Only stupid morons take any notice of the verbal vomit they chunder out.
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« Reply #28 on: April 08, 2020, 02:15:59 pm »

I think us should wipe china and Russia off the map
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« Reply #29 on: April 08, 2020, 05:56:15 pm »


Guess what dumbfuck?

Both China and Russia can fire nukes right back and wipe America off the map.

I guess you're too stupid to work that one out.

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« Reply #30 on: April 09, 2020, 12:54:30 am »

I don't care if they blow up the planet
I would rather die than have commie scum in charge of my world

or maybe the US should show china what a real pandemic
bioweapon looks like
a genetically engineered virus that just kills Asians
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« Reply #33 on: April 10, 2020, 02:47:07 am »

DR. ANTHONY CARDILLO: HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE CURES MY COVID-19 PATIENTS IN 8-12 HOURS

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

The attacks from groups affiliated with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the World Health Organization against the possible miracle cure for COVID-19 continue uninterrupted ferocity even as clinical data shows that Hydroxychloroquine can cure the disease in under 12 hours.

Dr. Anthony Cardillo, M.D. is CEO of Mend Urgent Care of Los Angeles, California. His testimony is startling, according to ABC Affiliate, Channel 11:

“Every patient I’ve prescribed it to has been very, very ill and within 8 to 12 hours, they were basically symptom-free,” Cardillo told Eyewitness News. “So clinically I am seeing a resolution.”

Dr. Cardillo is following the advice of Dr. Vladimir Zelenko, a doctor of medicine upper New York State, USA, who has developed a treatment which costs only $20 and which is saving 100% of his patients from death by coronavirus.

As Dr. Cardillo says to ABC 11, Hyrdoxychloroquine only works with given in conjunction with the mineral Zinc. It serves to open the cells of the human body so that the Zinc can enter and do its job.

See the link above to ABC 11 for the full interview with Dr. Cardillo, M.D..

Here is the stunning video of Dr. Zelenko’s testimony, which explains how Hydrochloroquine with Zinc gives the human immune system the time it needs to react and kill COVID-19. Dr. Zelenko is interviewed by Rudy Giuliani, former Mayor of New York City.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=255&v=1TJdjhd_XG8&feature=emb_logo

Meanwhile, the EU’s European Medicines Agency is ordering Doctors and patients not to use Hydroxychloroquine outside of controlled clinical tests!

And National Public Radio, the quasi-official mouth piece of the Democrat Party in the USA is zealous to inform you that Dr. Anthony Fauci insists there is yet no evidence that Hydroxychloroquine is effective.

It is almost as if they want to let 10,000s die rather that pay attention to Doctors on the front lines which are finding that it works to save lives.

https://fromrome.info/2020/04/06/dr-anthony-cardillo-hydroxychloroquine-cures-my-covid-19-patients-in-8-12-hours/
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« Reply #34 on: April 10, 2020, 05:55:59 am »

Is this virus a hoax lol

https://banned.video/watch?id=5e8e28ed1f333e003a33793b
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Hahaha … HUGE death toll in America over the past 24 hours.

And all from your HOAX, eh?

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« Reply #36 on: April 10, 2020, 12:21:04 pm »

you think you're funny

In normal times
According to the United Nations World Population Prospects report, approximately 7,452 people die every day in the United States. In other words, a person dies in the US approximately every 12 seconds

so approximately every year in America 2,719,980 people die

I wonder if they were to dig up some bodies that died before covid_19 existed would they show up as dying from covid_19



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from The Washington Post…

Trump tells a damnable and murderous lie

Everything that the WHO knew, the Trump administration knew — in real time.

By DANA MILBANK | 3:48PM EDT — Friday, April 17, 2020

President Donald J. Trump, seen reflected in a television camera, speaks during a briefing in response to the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday. — Photograph: Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post.
President Donald J. Trump, seen reflected in a television camera, speaks during a briefing in response to the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday.
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It would have been so easy to be truthful.

Thus spake President Trump this week on the very day he surpassed the milestone of uttering 18,000 falsehoods during his presidency, as tallied by The Washington Post's Fact Checker.

But on this day, Trump was not admitting to losing his own struggle with the truth. He was accusing the World Health Organization of “covering up the spread of the coronavirus” and failing to “share information in a timely and transparent fashion”. He declared he was cutting off funding for the world's public health body in the middle of a pandemic.

The next day he called the WHO a “tool of China” and floated the vile conspiracy theory that the WHO deliberately concealed the danger of the virus: “There's something going on” at the WHO “that's very bad,” and "I have a feeling they knew exactly what was going on.”

This is not merely a falsehood. This is a damnable and murderous lie.

As Trump surely knows, and as I have learned from people with knowledge of the situation who spoke to me on the condition of confidentiality, 15 officials from his administration were embedded with the WHO in Geneva, working full time, hand-in-glove with the organization on the virus from the very first day China disclosed the outbreak to the world, on December 31. At least six other U.S. officials at WHO headquarters dedicated most of their time to the virus, and two others worked remotely with the WHO on covid-19 full time. In the weeks that followed, they and other U.S. government scientists engaged in all major deliberations and decisions at the WHO on the novel coronavirus, had access to all information, and contributed significantly to the world body's conclusions and recommendations.

Everything that the WHO knew, the Trump administration knew — in real time. As congressional investigators who requested WHO documents and communications are now learning, senior Trump administration officials — Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar; the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Robert R. Redfield Jr., Anne Schuchat, Ray R. Arthur and Jeffrey McFarland; the National Institutes of Health's Anthony S. Fauci and H. Clifford Lane, and many others — consulted with the WHO throughout the crisis.

Trump came to power on the basis of smears — against opponents, immigrants and minorities. Now he prepares to center his re-election campaign on demonizing China, even though he repeatedly praised China's response to the virus, specifically that of his “very, very good friend”, Chinese President Xi Jinping. Key to this attack is making a scapegoat of the WHO, which fits his usual criteria because, like the U.N. and the World Trade Organization, it is an international entity (globalists!) run by a foreigner, Ethiopia's Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.

But this smear is particularly deadly. As the virus bears down on less-developed countries in sub-Saharan Africa, Central and South America, and South and Southeast Asia, the WHO has had to divert attention from the pandemic to defend itself against Trump's smear and the loss of its top funding source, the United States. Thousands of Americans are dying needlessly because of Trump's dithering. How many more around the world will die because of his scapegoating of the WHO for his own failures?

Almost immediately after China disclosed the outbreak, I'm told, 15 CDC officials at the WHO headquarters began working on covid-19 and other U.S. officials there were reassigned to the outbreak from their work on Ebola. U.S. officials participated in person in the twice-daily meetings of the WHO's emergencies division. In addition to top-level conversations involving Redfield and Fauci, which would be expected, other Trump administration scientists were in all “incident-management” meetings and participated in the WHO's pandemic “expert network.” They participated in a teleconference between top WHO officials in Geneva and the WHO's regional and national offices. When the WHO formed its “emergency committee” in January to fight the virus, Martin Cetron, the CDC's head of quarantine and global migration, was on it. Schuchat, the CDC's No.2 official, and Lane, a Fauci deputy, were on the WHO's “Strategic and Technical Advisory Group for Infectious Hazards.” Others worked with the WHO group coordinating research on therapeutics, diagnostics and vaccines. This is as it should be: The CDC and NIH experts did their job. It's Trump who didn't.

Now Trump would blame the WHO for failing to sound alarms about the virus, even though the CDC had an office of 14 people in China “to contain infectious disease outbreaks before they spread globally.” And he would blame the WHO for failing “to call out China's lack of transparency” — even though, on January 24, he tweeted: “China has been working very hard to contain the Coronavirus. The United States greatly appreciates their efforts and transparency. It will all work out well. In particular, on behalf of the American People, I want to thank President Xi!”

Trump has decided that re-election requires him to attack the World Health Organization at the height of a pandemic. Multitudes could die for his lie.


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Dana Milbank is a nationally syndicated op-ed columnist. He also provides political commentary for various TV outlets, and he is the author of three books on politics: Smashmouth: Two Years in the Gutter with Al Gore and George W. Bush (Basic Books, 2001), the national bestseller Homo Politicus: The Strange and Scary Tribes that Run Our Government (Doubleday, 2008) and Tears of a Clown: Glenn Beck and the Tea Bagging of America (Doubleday, 2010). Milbank joined The Washington Post in 2000 as a Style political writer, then covered the presidency of George W. Bush as a White House correspondent before starting his column in 2005. Before joining The Post, Milbank spent two years as a senior editor at The New Republic, where he covered the Clinton White House, and eight years as a reporter with The Wall Street Journal, where he covered Congress and was a London-based correspondent. He has been honoured with the White House Correspodent Association's Beckman Award and the National Press Club's Gingras Prize.

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from The Washington Post…

Americans at World Health Organization transmitted real-time
information about coronavirus to Trump administration


The presence of U.S. scientists in Geneva undercuts president's argument
that the WHO failed to communicate with Washington D.C.


By KAREN DeYOUNG, LENA H. SUN and EMILY RAUHALA | 4:46PM EDT — Sunday, April 19, 2020

The World Health Organization building in Geneva on February 6. — Photograph: Denis Balibouse/Reuters.
The World Health Organization building in Geneva on February 6. — Photograph: Denis Balibouse/Reuters.

MORE THAN a dozen U.S. researchers, physicians and public health experts, many of them from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, were working full time at the Geneva headquarters of the World Health Organization as the novel coronavirus emerged late last year and transmitted real-time information about its discovery and spread in China to the Trump administration, according to U.S. and international officials.

A number of CDC staff members are regularly detailed to work at the WHO in Geneva as part of a rotation that has operated for years. Senior Trump-appointed health officials also consulted regularly at the highest levels with the WHO as the crisis unfolded, the officials said.

The presence of so many U.S. officials undercuts President Trump's assertion that the WHO's failure to communicate the extent of the threat, born of a desire to protect China, is largely responsible for the rapid spread of the virus in the United States.

The administration has also sharply criticized the Chinese government for withholding information.

But the president, who often touts a personal relationship with Chinese President Xi Jinping and is reluctant to inflict damage on a trade deal with Beijing, appears to view the WHO as a more defenseless target.

In a statement provided to The Washington Post after online publication of this article, Caitlin B. Oakley, a spokeswoman for the Department of Health and Human Services, confirmed that in January, HHS had 17 staff members, including 16 from the CDC, at the WHO, “working on a variety of programs, including covid-19 and Ebola.” She emphasized that the staff members were not “decision-makers.”

“Furthermore, I'd add that just because you have Americans embedded in WHO providing technical assistance does not change the information you are getting from WHO leadership,” Oakley said in an email. “We have learned now that WHO information was incorrect and relied too heavily on China.” Questioning why the WHO “did not press China harder,” she said that “the lack of transparency aided and abided by WHO leadership hampered understanding of the virus and delayed the global response.”

China “stalled for weeks” in allowing WHO experts to visit in January and February, Oakley said, “and the WHO never criticized them for the delay and even praised China for its ‘transparency’.” Until recently, Trump has repeatedly praised China for “working really hard” on the virus, and during this same period offered thanks for “their efforts and transparency.”

“It will all work out well,” he tweeted in late January. “On behalf of the American People, I want to thank President Xi.”

Asked earlier on Sunday about the presence of CDC and other officials at the WHO, and whether it was “fair to blame the WHO for covering up the spread of this virus,” Deborah Birx, the State Department expert who is part of the White House pandemic team, gently shifted the onus to China, and the need to “over-communicate.”

“It's always the first country that gets exposed to the pandemic that has a — really a higher moral obligation on communicating, on transparency, because all the other countries around the world are making decisions on that,” Birx told ABC's This Week. “And when we get through this as a global community, we can figure out really what has to happen for first alerts and transparency and understanding very early on about … how incredibly contagious this virus is.”

Following a Trump-hosted video conference of the leaders of the Group of Seven industrialized nations on Thursday, a White House statement said that “much of the conversation centered on the lack of transparency and chronic mismanagement of the pandemic by the WHO.”

The group's focus on the global health organization during the call stemmed largely from Trump's announcement two days earlier that he was freezing all U.S. funding for it, saying donors would be discussing “what do we do with all of that money that goes to WHO.” The United States provides up to $500 million a year in assessed and voluntary contributions, significantly more than any other nation.

In statements following the G-7 call, however, other leaders emphasized the need to build up the WHO, rather than tear it down.

French President Emmanuel Macron “expressed his support for the WHO and underscored the key role it must play,” according to a statement from his office. German Chancellor Angela Merkel “made clear that the pandemic can only be defeated with a strong and coordinated international response,” her spokesman said. “In this context, she expressed full support for the WHO as well as a number of other partners.”

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas warned that the WHO “cannot be weakened or in any way be called into question politically…. Every inch that the U.S. withdraws from the wider world, especially at this level, is space that will be occupied by others — and that tends to be those that don't share our values of liberal democracy,” he said.

Canada, Japan and the European Union — all of whom participated in the call — also issued strong statements backing the organization.

A G-7 statement issued after the call supported the need to review the WHO's performance. “We cannot have business as usual and must ask the hard questions about how [the pandemic] came about,” said British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, standing in for virus-stricken Prime Minister Boris Johnson. But he stressed that a post-crisis review should be “driven by science.”

In announcing the funding cutoff, Trump said last week that the WHO parroted incorrect Chinese statements and “failed to investigate credible reports … that conflicted directly with the Chinese government's official accounts.” He criticized “the inability of the WHO to obtain virus samples” that China continues to refuse to supply.

A Senate aide who has tracked the issue said “there was clearly an effort” by China “not to provide transparent data and information” in the early stages of the outbreak.

“We were looking to WHO to provide that information, and they did not. It was unclear as to whether they didn't get that transparency from the Chinese, or that they chose not to share what they did get under pressure from the Chinese,” said the aide, who, like others, spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss a sensitive matter.

But some noted that the WHO has no power to compel member governments to do its bidding.

The organization “has no intelligence capabilities, and no investigatory power,” said Daniel Spiegel, who served as ambassador to the United Nation's Geneva-based organizations, including the WHO, for the Clinton administration. “They should have been more skeptical about what the Chinese were telling them, but they're totally at the mercy of what governments provide.”

Among his complaints, Trump seems most aggrieved by the initial WHO failure to support his January 31 decision to partly ban incoming travel from China. Days later, at a meeting of the WHO executive board, Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said there was no need to “unnecessarily interfere with international travel and trade” to stop the spread of the disease. That message reiterated what he had said before Trump's announcement, after meeting with Xi in Beijing.

Trump called Tedros's statement “one of the most dangerous and costly decisions from the WHO…. They were very much opposed to what we did,” he said last week. “Fortunately, I was not convinced and suspended travel from China, saving untold numbers of lives.”

International public health experts have long debated whether border closures helped stem the spread of infectious diseases, or worsen the situation by blocking cooperation among countries. But many, including Anthony S. Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and a leading member of the administration's coronavirus task force, have said it was probably helpful in this case as the efforts of individual countries to contain and mitigate the virus were outpaced by its rapid global spread.

On Saturday, Trump said without elaboration that “we're finding more and more problems” with the WHO. Speaking at a White House virus briefing, he said the administration was “doing some research” on “other ways” to spend money originally intended for both the WHO and the National Institutes of Health, which he said was “giving away $32 billion a year.”

The meaning of Trump's reference to NIH, whose fiscal 2020 budget totals $41.6 billion, was unclear.

The administration's 2019 Global Health Security Strategy advocates increased cooperation with the WHO and other international health organizations. But although the United States has a three-year seat on the WHO executive board, expiring in 2021, the post has remained vacant. Trump nominated Assistant Secretary for Health Brett Giroir for the position three times — in late 2018, early 2019 and again last month, although the Senate has yet to confirm him.

U.S. participation in the range of Geneva-based U.N. organizations is supervised by the State Department's Bureau of International Organization Affairs, whose assistant secretary left office in November after the department's inspector general issued a broad condemnation of his leadership, including “political harassment” of career officials deemed insufficiently loyal to Trump. It is currently headed in an acting capacity by a deputy.

But below the level of political appointments, communication between the U.S. government's public health bureaucracy and the WHO has continued throughout the Trump administration.

In addition to working at the WHO, on assignments first reported on Saturday by Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank, CDC officials are often members of its many advisory groups. The emergency committee advising the organization on whether to declare “a public health emergency of international concern” during deliberations in mid to late January included Martin Cetron, director for the CDC's Division of Global Migration and Quarantine.

When China eventually agreed to let a joint WHO mission into the country in mid-February, it included two U.S. scientists among 25 national and international experts from eight countries, although the Americans were not permitted to visit the “core area” in Wuhan.

From the beginning of the outbreak, CDC officials were tracking the disease and consulting with WHO counterparts. A team led by Ray Arthur, director of the Global Disease Detection Operations Center at the CDC, compiles a daily summary about infectious disease events and outbreaks, categorized by level of urgency, that is sent to agency officials.

Arthur, according to a CDC official who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss internal deliberations, has participated in the CDC daily “incident management” calls, discussing information he learned from WHO officials.

Information is passed up a chain of command from the CDC to the Department of Health and Human Services in daily reports and telephone discussions, this official said.

Any information of a sensitive nature about the growing outbreak was and continues to be shared by CDC officials with other U.S. officials in a secure facility located behind the CDC's Emergency Operations Center at its Atlanta headquarters.

In the early days of the virus response, those officials included HHS Secretary Alex Azar. Information about what the WHO was planning to do or announce was often shared days in advance, the CDC official said.


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Anne Gearan and Yasmeen Abutaleb contributed to this report.

Karen DeYoung is associate editor and senior national security correspondent for The Washington Post. In more than three decades at the paper, she has served as bureau chief in Latin America and London and as correspondent covering the White House, U.S. foreign policy and the intelligence community. She has been assistant managing editor for national news, national editor and foreign editor. She has won numerous awards for national and international reporting and is the author of Soldier: A Biography of Colin Powell, a biography of Colin Powell. She earned a B.S. in journalism from University of Florida in 1971.

Lena H. Sun is a national reporter for The Washington Post covering health, with a special focus on public health and infectious disease. A long-time reporter at The Post, she has covered a variety of beats, including the Metro transit system, immigration and education. She has also served as The Washington Post's Beijing bureau chief. Sun holds a B.S. in communication from Cornell University and a M.A. in journalism from Columbia University.

Emily Rauhala writes about foreign affairs, with a focus on Canada, for The Washington Post. She spent a decade as an editor and correspondent in Asia, first for Time magazine and later, from 2015 to 2018, as China correspondent in Beijing for The Post. In 2017, she shared an Overseas Press Club award for a series about the Internet in China. She was awarded a B.A in political science at Queen's University in 2005, a M.A. in international relations at University of Toronto in 2006 and a M.S. in journalism at Columbia University in 2007. Rauhala also speaks fluent Chinese and French.

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Related to this topic:

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 • Trump's focus on WHO may resonate but it may be a diversion


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When the Prez is as “dumb as dogshit”...



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