Just two days ago I made the following post on the WHO's reporting of the novel coronavirus.
There has been criticizm levelled against them for their slow responses in relation to the above.
So right now I am going to place a few dissconcerting thoughts that I hope fit nicely into the conspiracy theory/ lunatic fringe relm and that these musings might pre-empt any thoughts that could lead to actions at a later time.
The WHO knew that the Harj was on when this information was available?
The Saudi authorities are very sensitive about how information that migh adversly reflect on them.
The Harj is a very religous specific pilgrimage, attracting millions from all over the globe and concentrating them all into a very tight single group for a significant time period.
No reservour for this novel coronavirus has yet been identified, why?
The WHO is an arm of the United Nations.
The UN has a policy that encourages de-population.
It also has agenda 21.
The current conflict in the Middle East has at its core the issue of Palestine being recognised by the UN, this could yet end with nuclear war, de-population with the UN involved.
In the nearby region, potential outbreak of a pandemic SARS like killer- de-populator.
The UN is NOT a very well respected or liked organization that is constantly and un-endingly applying its own pressures on all nations that would see it as the single ruling body for the entire globe. The New World Order?
The League of Nations was summarily dissbanded many decades ago for heading in the very same direction that the UN has now surpassed, and the UN was the League of Nations replacement.
Do we begin to sense a pattern here, things that should be totally dissconnected, but just might not be, conflicts of interest?
Well I guess most reading this will get my point, so for now.
Enough said, but ever watching and always suspicous.
Absolute power corrupts absolutely".
This post is the original notice from the WHO in relation to the novel coronavirus cases in Saudi Arabia and Qatar.Novel coronavirus infection - update
23 November 2012 - WHO has been notified of four additional cases, including one death, due to infection with the novel coronavirus. The additional cases have been identified as part of the enhanced surveillance in Saudi Arabia (3 cases, including 1 death) and Qatar (1 case). This brings the total of laboratory confirmed cases to 6.
Investigations are ongoing in areas of epidemiology, clinical management, and virology, to look into the likely source of infection, the route of exposure, and the possibility of human-to-human transmission of the virus. Close contacts of the recently confirmed cases are being identified and followed-up.
So far, only the two most recently confirmed cases in Saudi Arabia are epidemiologically linked - they are from the same family, living in the same household. Preliminary investigations indicate that these 2 cases presented with similar symptoms of illness. One died and the other recovered.
Additionally, 2 other members of this family presented with similar symptoms of illness, where one died and the other is recovering. Laboratory results of the fatal case is pending, while the case that is recovering tested negative for the novel coronavirus.
WHO continues to work with the governments of Saudi Arabia, Qatar and other international health partners to gain a better understanding of the novel coronavirus and the disease in humans. Further epidemiological and scientific studies are needed to better understand the virus.
WHO encourages all Member States to continue their surveillance for severe acute respiratory infections (SARI) and is currently reviewing the case definition and other guidance related to the novel coronavirus. Until more information is available, it is prudent to consider that the virus is likely more widely distributed than just the two countries which have identified cases. Member States should consider testing of patients with unexplained pneumonias for the new coronavirus even in the absence of travel or other associations with the two affected countries. In addition, any clusters of SARI or SARI in health care workers should be thoroughly investigated regardless of where in the world they occur.
Of the 6 laboratory confirmed cases reported to WHO, 4 cases (including 2 deaths) are from Saudi Arabia and 2 cases are from Qatar.
[link to www.who.int