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WHO chief Tedro accused Taiwan for personal attack in press conference.

WHO chief Tedro accused Taiwan for personal attack in press conference.

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  1. He said he has been attacked by Taiwanese for 3 months.

    Really dude? They’re having their presidential election this January and have been closely focusing on their dear neighbour Hong Kong’s protest situation since last year! Ain’t nobody’s got time for you. I bet $100 bucks that most of them didn’t even know a guy named Tedro existed in WHO before the COVID-19 aka Wuhan virus outbreak. They have soooo much to worry about already.

  2. It’s ridiculous for Tedro to accuse Taiwan, a small island country which is even not accepted to join WHO, could spearhead effective attacks to him.

    His own failures are WHO ignored Taiwan’s warning, accepted China’s lies and spread those propaganda. It makes west nations waste two months thinking COVID-19 is just “small flu” , didn’t do enough on awareness and preparedness for fighting this pandemic.

  3. Cut WHO off. There is better use of our money … like buying medical supplies here for those who need it. They can ask China for money.

    Blaming Taiwan now … shake my head.

  4. Tedro is a Chinese Communist Party stooge

  5. Taiwan even not in WHO
    This CCP puppet so fragile lol

  6. Four months ago, there were only few Taiwanese knowing who was the chief of WHO. He was then being criticized by Taiwanese not because he is a n-word but because basically everyone in Taiwan knew what had him done.

    Edit: typo

  7. Thousands of people died because of bad decisions he made. He does not feel sorry for this and singled out Taiwan for internet comments that hurt his feelings. Don’t be the chief of WHO If you can’t handle critism well like all the politicians in the free world do.

  8. But people can use this to bash Trump, so watch that happening across reddit in the coming days.

    I’ve seen more articles scrolling through my feed this morning calling out Trump for attacking the WHO than calling out the WHO.

    Remember, the WHO advised against Trump’s China travel ban.

    They advised us masks don’t work.

    They have repeatedly lied about china’s mismanagement of the situation, heaping praise on them while the CCP forced doctors to reverse testimony and stopped outside investigators from looking at the scene.

    Trump is right, this organisation is corrupt, it works for china’s CCP, its not fit for purpose and it needs revamping or scrapping.

  9. Lol yeah the mighty superpower of Taiwan who’s bullying the head of an UN agency backed by China. As Taiwanese I’m kinda honored that Director Tedros think so highly of us.

  10. Taiwanese here. It is really interested to see how that going to play out. There is no solid racism concept in Taiwan. It’s a country with 99.9% population of same ethnicity. All foreigners are considered to be different race. Or in a another way to say it, Taiwanese are all racist because most people treat foreigners too nice to a weird degree.
    A lot of people dooes not know Tedros but do know WHO is not very kind to Taiwan and do not trust WHO.

  11. ¥¥¥¥¥where did he get that idea from¥¥¥¥¥?

  12. Wait, if he believes Taiwan is part of China, then he is just attacking China…

  13. Director-General Tedros Adhanom Must Stop Attacking Taiwan and Shoulder Responsibility of Pandemic Response Failures

    The WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom just few hours ago called a press conference in which he dodged questions on his repeatedly failed judgements on the COVID-19 (Wuhan Virus) Pandemic Response, yet launched attacks on Taiwan, saying “I can tell you personal attacks that have been going on for more than two, three months. Abuses, or racist comments, giving me names, black or Negro; And Taiwan, the Foreign Ministry also, they know the campaign. They didn’t disassociate themselves.” He even went on to frame it as “Taiwanese insulting the black community.”

    In this shameful act of unprecedented proportions, Dr. Tedros Adhanom attacked a country who gave the earliest warning of a pandemic to the WHO, while shunning responsibility of failure to lead a swift response.

    Taiwan has been shut out of many international organizations, including the WHO, due to pressure from China. Therefore we were unable to receive timely information from the international community and can’t contribute our share of knowhow. Nevertheless, we persisted through the pandemic, despite being close to the source of the virus, China. Meanwhile, with no support from international organizations, we acted alone in providing medical aids and supplies to the much needed countries.

    Globally many countries maintain friendly and close relationships with Taiwan. Yet under enormous Chinese pressure, Taiwan’s formal diplomatic allies are mostly with Pacific Islands, Caribbean and African countries with a wide range of different ethnic backgrounds. Over the years Taiwan has been assisting with their developing difficulties in agriculture, public health and basic infrastructure. Taiwan has earned the respect and friendship of many local communities in our allied countries. This is well-known in the international societies, and leaves no room for Dr. Tedros Adhanom’s imaginary slander.

    Since late last year, the WHO has been working with the Chinese government in downplaying the emerging crisis. Its series of false statements led many countries to misjudge the magnitude of the threats and cause a global pandemic, subjecting many asians to live in fear of discrimination around the world. The WHO and Chinese government are the real culprits of the racial conflicts.

    Dr. Tedros Adhanom, stop using the attacks on Taiwan to divert attention away from what is the WHO’s responsibility of failed responses. Within the WHO, Taiwan, not being a member country, has no opportunity to speak up for itself, a situation not only unfair to Taiwan but also to the international community, and would only serve to plunge the WHO’s credibility. Dr. Tedros Adhanom, do something to combat the virus, not Taiwan!

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