By Susan Hamner
When medical professionals deal with the health of the public, the information relied upon has to be accurate, meet the standards of the scientific method, and meet the gold standard of the medical profession. Those on the frontlines have relied on various agencies and associations to obtain their information, such as the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), the National Institute of Health (NIH), the American Medical Association (AMA), and a host of others. But, what happens when one of these sources becomes unreliable, committing serious errors that jeopardize the health and well-being of the public? The public gets half-hearted apologies.
GreatGameIndia.org documents ten times the World Health Organization (WHO) has errored bringing into question the legitimacy of the United Nations’ health organization to be a source for medical professionals around the world.
The World Health Organization (WHO) is a primary agency of the United Nations responsible for international public health. However, in recent times, the WHO has been criticized for either acting too late or too little during a health crisis. There have been instances where WHO was caught grossly unprepared with its course of action. Other times, the scientists and researchers at WHO have made laughable errors while preparing reports. This begs the question: Why WHO makes so many mistakes? Is it deliberate? Or is there some other reason behind WHO’s never ending list of errors?
Working backwards, beginning with the CON-VID-19 scam-demic, here are WHO’s top ten blunders.
“WHO Blunders in Coronavirus Risk Assessment”
In the WHO’s earlier reports, this coronavirus was assessed as a risk level of “moderate” of turning into a global risk. But, WHO later emerged to declare this assessment was in error.
“In its report a few days later, WHO said the risk was ‘very high in China, high at the regional level and high at the global level.’ They also admitted that the earlier reports had incorrectly mentioned that the global risk was moderate.”
When confronted about its mistake, co-director of the Swiss School of Public Health, Antione Flahault said, “It’s a mistake. It’s definitely a sizeable one… but I really think it’s a mistake that has now been corrected.”
This was reported in April of 2020. Since then, new information has proven the risk was not high for a pandemic. In fact, one month earlier, Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Robert Redfield co-authored an article in The New England Journal of Medicine declaring CONV-VID-19 to have an infection fatality rate of 0.1% or similar to that of seasonal flu. More recently, the CDC issued new statistics showing the survival rates by age group, indicating the survival rates by age group. This new data indicates the WHO has been in error since the beginning, suggesting its actions were motivated not by factual scientific evidence, but political agendas.
Dr. Tedros Ghebreyesus, director general of WHO, stated, “In particular, the Covid-19 pandemic has given new impetus to the need to accelerate efforts to respond to climate change. The Covid-19 pandemic has given us a glimpse of our world as it could be: cleaner skies and rivers.”
Taiwan demanded an apology from the WHO chief following his controversial allegations against the country where he accused the island nation and its people of racial abuse.
In a press conference, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus made serious allegations against Taiwan. The WHO chief said that he has been a target of racial insults for the past three months, which he alleged originated from the island of Taiwan.
WHO has been criticized for its handling of the corona pandemic including its treatment of Taiwan. The UN agency – due to the pressure from China – does not recognize the sovereignty of Taiwan. The island nation is still considered a territory of mainland China. The exclusion means Taiwan is kept out of the loop and is unable to share and receive crucial data related to the coronavirus pandemic.
When RTHK journalist – in a video call – questioned WHO advisor Bruce Aylward about Taiwan, the top WHO doctor was lost for words, and abruptly ended the call.
It’s painfully obvious the WHO is motivated by politics and caves to pressure from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The question must be asked – why is an agency whose main concern “health” getting involved in geopolitics and the ruse of climate change? Since the majority of the WHO’s funding comes from the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation, it’s no surprise the UN agency would want to dip their toes in the deep end of the pool. It’s a total political statement by the WHO to deny the sovereignty of Taiwan because of CCP pressure. One then has to ask – why does the CCP have so much influence over the WHO?
“WHO Admits Making False Report on India”
During this scam-demic, the UN organization classified India as being at a stage of community transmission when in fact, India was having cluster cases, not community transmission. The WHO did not make the correction or admit its own blunder until it was forced to clarify to an Indian News channel. India’s joint secretary of Health Ministry, Lav Aggrawal, stated, “If it happens, we will be the first to tell you. We will tell people to be especially alert…
“Oxford-based Publication stops using WHO’s Coronavirus data, citing errors”
Our World in Data – an online publication based at the University of Oxford – has stopped using Word Health Organization data related to coronavirus for its research. The publication announced that they no longer base their models on the WHO data citing errors and other issues.
Instead, the researchers are using data provided by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. The errors and inaccuracies, which Our World in Data documented in a separate report, showed various discrepancies in the situation reports released by WHO between February 5 to March 16.
The WHO has become an organization that cannot be trusted to provide reliable information. When governments, scientists, doctors, and researchers rely on this information for treating individuals and policy decision-making, the WHO has a responsibility and duty to make sure the information is accurate, reliable and up-to-date. To clarify, no government should use any information from and world or state organization to eradicate liberties and freedoms. However, governments could use the information to limit travel to affected areas, close borders to immigrations in order to prevent disease spread, and establish temporary policies to admit immigrants who experience a dire situation. Never should the information be used as a mechanism to obtain increased power or control over the people.
A senior Finnish Health Official claims the protocol of the WHO’s coronavirus testing is illogical and doesn’t work, dismissing an advisory issued by the WHO saying the organization does not understand pandemics. WHO recommended testing as many people as possible for coronavirus in its advisory. The Finnish health official argued this “protocol” was illogical when combating a pandemic.
Mika Salminen, Finland’s head of health security, stated, “We don’t understand the WHO’s instructions for testing. We can’t fully remove the disease from the world anymore. If someone claims that, they don’t understand pandemics.” Salminen took issue with the idea that testing on a mass scale would stop the spread of COVID-19.
So, why is anyone in the united States still listening to the UN’s WHO? In fact, its secretary general is not even a medical doctor. Yet, actual medical doctors with extensive experience with infectious diseases and those who study pandemics have been censored, fired and had punishments exacted against them for attempting to relay factual scientific-based information to the public. The WHO has committed a serious offense against the people of every nation on the globe that would have any other entity or person hung out to dry, charged with an international crime.
In 2018, the WHO declared UK’s Port Talbot, located in South Wales, as the most polluted city in the UK. The assessment turned out to be false and was based upon an “oversight” in data. Dr. Maria Neria, director general for WHO at the time, only admitted the error when challenged by the Neath Port Talbot council, calling it “erroneous”. How did that occur?
The WHO database showed that the south Wales town had a fine pollution level of 18 micrograms of M2.5 pollution particles per cubic metre of air. In comparison, London had 14 micrograms while Manchester had 13 – all above the national guidelines of 10 micrograms.
The then WHO director Dr. Maria Neria later described the figures as “erroneous” and said that the air pollution level for Port Talbot was instead measured at 9.68 micrograms and not 18 as earlier suggested.
She said: “The PM2.5 level for the year 2015 for Port Talbot should be 9.6853 (and is rounded to 10 in the updated excel sheet) and is noted as ‘measured’. The PM2.5 was erroneously featured as a converted (estimated) value of 18. The World Health Organisation has taken immediate steps to rectify this on its WHO web site, and in the database. We regret that this error happened.”
Either WHO employees have a severe trouble with mathematics, or the entire organization is sloppy and careless in its endeavors when data gathering and compiling. Based on what has been presented so far, it would be the latter. But, could this be called sloppy and careless or calculated and intentional because in each of these instances one might think an agenda was involved?
As indicated by GreatGameIndia, “In 2017, the WHO compiled the first-ever global priority list for antibiotic-resistant bacteria. It included 12 families of bacteria that WHO considers ‘greatest threat to human health’ and for which there is an urgent need for new antibiotics.” Conspicuously missing from the list was the bacteria that causes Tuberculosis, considering TB causes more deaths than any other infectious disease. In 2015, the WHO estimated approximately 10 million people contracted the disease. And, TB has evolved to become more and more resistant to modern medicinal therapies. It was a move that surprised experts.
Of course, WHO had a defense – it was already a globally established priority for which new treatments are urgently needed. The question remained, “If it is already a globally established priority, then why not include it on the list?”
This is not forgetfulness or an oversight – it’s negligence and incompetence from an organization many, if not all, medical professionals look toward for guidance. Severe errors as has been seen by the WHO could have devastating consequences for the world’s population.
Tony Nash a former employee at The Economist and IHS Markit, who worked on a Cambodian project for the WHO has come out with a startling disclosure of how the WHO proliferated a more expensive and harmful approach to HIV treatment in Cambodia instead of the more cheaper Cambodian government method.
interviews, we found that the Cambodian government continuum was both more effective and cheaper than the WHO method. The full report was turned over to the WHO. The results were dismissed and the report was buried. In effect, the WHO showed it would rather proliferate
— Tony Nash (@TonyNashOnAsia) April 14, 2020
When I was with a previous employer, the WHO asked us to do a report comparing the efficacy of mother-to-child transmitted HIV treatment continua in Cambodia. We were asked to compare the WHO continuum to the Cambodian government continuum.
After hundreds of interviews, we found that the Cambodian government continuum was both more effective and cheaper than the WHO method. The full report was turned over to the WHO. The results were dismissed and the report was buried.
In effect, the WHO showed it would rather proliferate a more expensive approach with worse health outcomes than the Cambodian government’s home-grown treatment. I’ve ignored this for a decade, but given the news out today, I have to disclose it. I fully support the withdrawal of funding from the WHO.
In other words, the WHO is cooperating with a globalist eugenics movement. What else could explain this behavior by the organization?
“When WHO faked a pandemic”
In 2009, the WHO prematurely declared swine flu a pandemic, causing a surge in vaccine orders. Rich and affluent nations rushed to purchase millions of doses of a vaccine. However, deaths from swine flu occurred mostly in Africa and Southeast Asia, not Europe.
According to GreatGameIndia.org, “In this controversial book, renowned author Stuart Blume discloses that many of the most influential advisers, at both World Health Organisation (WHO) and national levels, are paid consultants to the vaccine industry raising a very serious question – that the WHO might be working for the vaccine industry’s interests and not the people – the reason why 10 years ago WHO faked a pandemic.”
With all of these serious “blunders”, which are more by design than unintentional, the question emerges, “Should the WHO be dismantled?” At this point, one could say yes it should since these errors and intentional actions threaten the lives of all people around the world. GreatGameIndia.org called what the WHO has done as “gambling-approach to world health crises.” Moreover, with the WHO being used as a “tool” by the vaccine industry lobby, their recommendations and reports are suspect. Are these reports skewed toward vaccine promotion or are the reports genuinely concerned with the world population’s health? This has prompted experts to call for the dismantling of the organization.
Considering the medical profession relies heavily on the information provided by the WHO, wrongly, of course, the intentional and deliberate “misstatements” can have long lasting repercussions. Instead of contemplating what scientists and doctors challenging the WHO’s information have discovered through actual scientific research, these independent individuals are scoffed at, maligned, and discredited, along with punished, for daring to contradict the “anointed” WHO. As it turns out, the medical profession has been upholding and defending the WHO, which engages in “fake” information to enrich an industry or many industries.
It’s time for a reconsideration on this agency being the “end all to end all” for the medical professionals regarding health expertise and recommendations. If nothing else, this information is enough to question medical professionals who continue to follow the WHO’s recommendations and guidelines and challenge their blind devotion to an organization that clearly has been bought and paid for by the vaccine lobby and private individuals who are globalists and eugenicists. Unfortunately, government entities such as the CDC and the NIH will still bend a knee to the WHO; however, individual medical professionals have great influence when banding together. By rejecting the WHO’s influence based upon its numerous egregious errors, the medical professionals as a collective can push this tainted agency into non-existence.
So, doctors, why are you continuing to trust the WHO? Why are you continuing to trust the CDC and NIH, organizations that clearly follow the global agency’s example? It’s time to stop your blind devotion to an organization who does not have at its heart a concern for the health of the world’s population. But, don’t take my word for it. Do the research. Listen to your colleagues who are exposing the nefarious deeds of this organization. And, do yourself a favor – listen to your patients who are aware of all this information instead of adopting a condescending attitude towards them, implying you know more than them. It’s quite obvious they are doing their homework; why aren’t you?