Xi Jinping and Dr. Tedros coverup call intercepted
Foremost & First
By Robert Davi
According to a phone intercept by reliable European Union Intelligence agency and friend of ours, Chinese President Xi Jinping used his well-established guanxi (关系) relationship with Director-General Dr. Tedros of the World Health Organization (WHO) to coverup the Coronavirus outbreak by asking Tedros to withhold information regarding person-to-person transmission of Coronavirus and to delay a pandemic warning to the world.
Chinese President Xi Jinping applied “considerable” pressured on WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus to conceal the truth about the coronavirus outbreak through an intermediary known to Dr. Tedros on January 11, 2020, phone call made from Beijing to Dr. Tedros mobile phone on an unsecured line. Also, it is essential to note that this is one the day after China publicly shared the genetic sequence of the COVID-19 outbreak according to the WHO.
The transcript of the call between the Chinese Offical and Tedros revealed the following specific details:
- Xi Jinping, at the request of the CCP “urged” the WHO to “delay a global warning” about the outbreak occurring in Wuhan.
- Xi Jinping requested the WHO Chief to “hold back” information about human-to-human transmission and infection rates.
- Specifically and directly requested delaying the announcement of a “pandemic warning” to get the situation under control.
Although all parties Xi Jinping, CCP, and Tedros have denied the call. It is important to note that as in any criminal conspiracy, the “principles or parties” never directly talk to one another, allowing for plausible deniability by all conspirators.
Dr. Tedro is not the brightest bulb in the package, as is evident by his tweet on January 11, 2020, which directly correlates to intelligence intercepts. Most governments (NSA taped German Chancery for Years) and everyday citizens understand that the chance exists that they could get caught up in any ongoing operation, which has nothing to do with them directly.
January 11, 2020, Dr. Tedros tweets, “I have spoken yesterday with my brother, #China Minister of Health Ma Xiaowei. I appreciate his commitment and work and the Chinese government’s leadership in global public health by sharing information on this novel #coronavirus (2019-nC0V) in a timely manner.
I have spoken yesterday with my brother, #China🇨🇳 Minister of Health Ma Xiaowei. I appreciate his commitment and work and the Chinese government’s leadership in global public health by sharing information on this novel #coronavirus (2019-nC0V) in a timely manner.
— Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (@DrTedros) January 11, 2020
January 21, 2020, Dr. Tedros attends the World Economic Forum in Davos.
January 22, 2020, Dr. Tedros tweets, “The decision about whether or not to declare a public health emergency of international concern on new #coronavirus is one I take extremely seriously, and one I am only prepared to make with appropriate consideration of all the evidence.”
The decision about whether or not to declare a public health emergency of international concern on new #coronavirus is one I take extremely seriously, and one I am only prepared to make with appropriate consideration of all the evidence.
— Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (@DrTedros) January 22, 2020
January 22, 2020, a coordinated statement between the WHO mission in China is released in a statement saying that there was evidence of human-to-human transmission in Wuhan, but more investigation was needed to understand the full extent of transmission occurring.
January 22- 23, 2020, Director-General convened an Emergency Committee (EC) under the International Health Regulations (IHR 2005) to assess whether the outbreak constituted a public health emergency of international concern. The independent members from around the world could not reach a consensus-based on the evidence available at the time. They asked to reconvene within ten days after receiving more information.
I am not declaring the new #coronavirus outbreak a public health emergency of international concern today. The Emergency Committee was divided over whether the outbreak represents a PHEIC. This is an emergency in China, but it has not yet become a global health emergency. https://t.co/16knaV4lMZ
— Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (@DrTedros) January 23, 2020
January 28, 2020, a WHO delegation led by the Director-General traveled to Beijing to meet China’s leadership, learn more about China’s response, and to offer any technical assistance.
While in Beijing, Dr. Tedros agreed with Xi Jinping that an international team of leading scientists chosen by Dr. Tedros would travel to China on a mission to better understand the context, the overall response, and exchange information and experience.
January 29, 2020, Dr. Tedros states WHO deeply regrets the error in this week’s situation report, which inserted the word “moderate” inaccurately in the #coronavirus global risk assessment. This was a human error in preparing the report. I have repeatedly stated the high risk of the outbreak.
WHO deeply regrets the error in this week's situation report, which inserted the word “moderate” inaccurately in the #coronavirus global risk assessment. This was a human error in preparing the report. I have repeatedly stated the high risk of the outbreak https://t.co/Qp871ObmdE
— Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (@DrTedros) January 29, 2020
These in actions by specifically Director-General Tedros, coupled with China’s policy of concealing information about the COVID-19 outbreak, resulted in four to six lost weeks in the fight against the virus worldwide.
Since the outbreak of Coronavirus in Wuhan, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has concealed the epidemic from the local government to the central government and shirked from its responsibility. An example of this is the Hubei Provincial Health and Medical Commission ordering the destruction of Coronavirus samples. There’s been well-documented evidence that China tried to cover up the spread of the Coronavirus, muzzled whistleblowers, intimidate doctors, mislead the WHO, and block outside health experts. At least one study indicated that if the Chinese government had acted more quickly, the Coronavirus’s global spread would have been significantly reduced, perhaps saving countless lives and economies.