The whole world has gone insane and the lunatics are in charge of the asylum. At least it looks that way to any rational person surveying the escalating revolutions that have engulfed the planet in the year 2020. The revolutions to which we refer are the COVID-19 revolution and the Black Lives Matter revolution, which, combined, are wreaking unprecedented havoc and destruction — political, social, economic, moral, and spiritual — worldwide. As we will show, these two seemingly unrelated upheavals are very closely tied together, and are but the latest and most profound manifestations of a global revolutionary transformation that has been under way for many years. Both of these revolutions are being stoked and orchestrated by elitist forces that intend to unmake the United States of America and extinguish liberty as we know it everywhere.
Anyone taking a hard look at the UN’s World Health Organization, whose failure to hold the Communist Chinese government accountable for holding back information about the COVID-19 virus was a major factor in President Trump’s decision to defund the agency, will find the background of the WHO “Goodwill Ambassador” James Chau (show) to be very questionable.
President Trump on Friday said he would make an announcement on the World Health Organization (WHO) “sometime next week,” indicating his administration may be considering cutting funding to the United Nations agency that has faced criticism for allegedly enabling China’s mishandling of the coronavirus pandemic in its early stages.
As the number of coronavirus cases increase in the United States, you might be asking what are the symptoms and how do you protect yourself from the China COVID-19 outbreak. The CDC has answers. Answers you may not like. Plus, the Trump Administration considers slashing funding to the World Health Organization.
The centerpiece of Phase One of a new trade deal with China is the pledge China made to purchase at least $200 billion more of American products over the next two years. In addition, it allegedly puts in place enforcement mechanisms to keep China from stealing American companies’ trade secrets and advanced technology.
The Chinese government on Oct. 18 released its third-quarter GDP growth statistics, claiming that the economy had grown by 6.0 percent, 0.1 percent lower than expected by a Reuters analysis. But according to an academic who gave a lecture on the Chinese economy that made headlines last December, the situation is actually far worse.