Japan fell victim to WHO; Prime Minister Abe’s reporter in quarantine

Covid19 is spreading in Japan with as many as 705 confirmed cases. A few days ago, a female reporter who interviewed Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was quarantined due to contact with a patient diagnosed with Covid19. However, her recent close interview with Abe has caused big concerns.

Japan’s Covid19 scare

A driver who worked for Japanese media “Kyodo News” was diagnosed with Covid19 on Feb 16th. Ten reporters from Kyodo News rode in this driver’s car between the end of January and the beginning of February. Even though no fever has been reported, these employees are now in home-quarantine. One of the reporters usually runs the cabinet line and is also responsible for interviewing Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. She has recently contacted Shinzo Abe himself and his secretary. Japanese media said that if the secretary is infected, Prime Minister Abe is also at great risk.

At present, officials who have attended the press conference wear masks and take precautionary measures. Journalists have decided to wear masks during interviews to avoid troubles for others.

Japan fell victim to W.H.O.

Many have criticized Japan’s inadequate preventative measures against Covid19. But Japan is just one of many countries that fell victim to the WHO (the World Health Organization).

Miles Guo, a Chinese dissident, revealed that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been infiltrating the WHO to plan for an epidemic like Covid19, because world governments take preventative measures based on the WHO’s assessment.

The WHO’s refusal to acknowledge the severity of Covid19 in its early stage have led to more infections around the world.

Tedros Adhanom was handpicked by the CCP and Wang Qishan gave him a Chinese name “Tan Saide”. The CCP also sent a female spy from Hong Kong to take a prominent position in the WHO.

Mr. Guo said that the WHO officials would face trials in the future for collaborating with the CCP to deceive the world.

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Feb. 20, 2020