I do smell a cover up with collusion and secret co-operation between different organizations over the handling of information on the novel coronavirus, and it appears that I am not alone.
This type of behavour has a certain very familiar "feel" to it and it is always associated with complicity and deliberate disshonesty.
It is actually pretty transparent when you look past the actual words and look deeper in what the actual mechanics of the message really are.
The real question in relation to all of the is WHY?
Why did the WHO do what they did in the first place?
Why are they now attempting to cover their actions or inactions up?
Why are they recruiting and colluding with external organizations to further compound a bad situation?
If I was to make a simple guess at what has happened here, I think that the original decision makers thought it best to keep all the pertinant information on the novel coronavirus quiet in order not to dissrupt the annuual Hajj pilgrimage, which was obviously a poorly thought out decision, certainly not looking very far into the future nor considering the broader implications of international vectoring of a newly discovered coronavirus.
However once that decision had been made, rather than simply come forward and say so, admitting to acting in the best interest as it was perceived at the time, the whole matter has and is continuing to grow into a saga that will ultimately do massive damage to the reputations of not just a few personalities but entire organizations as is already becoming evident.
Put very simply, people are very suspicous and distrustiong of many authorities and organizations because this type of mistake then the inevidibe cover up has become a constant in the world, a world where poeple have been given repeated and justified reason to hold their suspiions and distrusts.ECDC In Denial of Novel Beta Coronavirus Human Transmission
Recombinomics Commentary 22:30
November 27, 2012
ECDC updated risk assessment concludes that in the absence of evidence of sustained person-to-person transmission outside of household settings, the current facts still point towards a hypothesis of a zoonotic or environmental source with occasional transmission to exposed humans.
The above comments from the abstract of the European Center for Disease Control risk assessment for the novel betacornavirus November 26 report is yet another example of a focus on an animal origin of a disease transmitting in humans. It contains that all too familial of “no evidence of” for a disease that is new, novel, and has had extremely limited testing.
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