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Quote:"We Sent Them Samples Of A Goat, A Papaya & A Pheasant": Tanzanian President Catches WHO In Epic Lie

As the number of confirmed coronavirus cases explodes across Africa, the creeping involvement of the WHO has made some leaders suspicious of the NGO. Tanzanian President John Magufuli was growing suspicious of the organization, so he reportedly decided to investigate whether the organization was as trustworthy and reliable as it claimed to be.
He played what the local press described as "a trick" on the organization: He sent the WHO samples of a goat, a papaya and a quail for testing.
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All three samples reportedly tested positive. When the president heard the news, he reportedly confronted the WHO, then kicked the organization out of the country. Though, to be sure, the WHO has yet to comment on the situation.

That would suggest one of two conclusions: either the strain of SARS-CoV-2 running amok in Tanzania is much, much more infectious than scientists understand, or the WHO has been reporting incorrect results either on purpose (as an attempt to bolster its credibility in the face of President Trump's attacks) or via error (yet another indication that the WHO truly is "badly brokem" - as  Vox described it back in 2015).
Most rational people would probably accept the latter scenario as the most accurate one.
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Magufuli has garnered plenty of controversy himself over the past few weeks. He recently requested stockpiles of an 'herbal tea' that has been falsely branded as a COVID-19 cure, and has launched investigations impacting domestic labs and even frontline medical workers as he's claimed the number of positive tests in his country is too high. The reality is that Tanzania doesn't have much of a outbreak: It has recorded only 503 cases and 21 deaths. Though its mortality rate of 4% would suggest that the true number of cases likely numbers in the thousands.
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Following the results, Magufuli fired the head of Tanzania's national lab, sparking a political firestorm. Of course, though Magufuli has been criticized for trying to play down the impact of the virus, the government has so far refused to answer questions about where its test kits were manufactured, as Al Jazeera points out. On Thursday, the head of the Africa Center for Disease Control and Prevention rejected claims of faulty tests by Tanzania's president.
The unreliability of COVID-19 tests manufactured in China has been a major problem for the US, and for Europe, as countries and states have been forced to discard PPE purchased in China - often after purchasing it at inflated prices - because only one-third of the masks actually work, and many of the tests have been found to produce positive and negative results more or less at random.
But we'd love to hear Bill Gates regale us with "data-based arguments" about why the WHO is indispensable to the international effort to combat the coronavirus.

Birx reportedly rails against inflated numbers, ‘there is nothing from the CDC that I can trust’

Quote:Sources within the Trump administration have claimed that lead coronavirus task force member Dr. Deborah Birx suspects the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are unintentionally inflating coronavirus case counts and death rates.
Speaking with The Washington Post, the unnamed sources cited a heated Wednesday discussion between Birx and CDC Director Robert Redfield over this very matter.
Birx and others were frustrated with the CDC’s antiquated system for tracking virus data, which they worried was inflating some statistics — such as mortality rate and case count — by as much as 25 percent, according to four people present for the discussion or later briefed on it,” the Post reported Saturday, citing its anonymous sources.
Birx was reportedly so frustrated that she allegedly blurted out, “There is nothing from the CDC that I can trust.”
Two senior administration officials have confirmed that there was a meeting but denied that it was heated.
Quote:Media: Why doesn’t the President listen to the scientists! Apparently he does – Dr. Deborah Birx, said in a recent meeting that “there is nothing from the CDC that I can trust,” The Washington Post reported. #trump #CDCGuidance
— MARK SIMONE (@MarkSimoneNY) May 10, 2020

Contacted by the Post in regard to what happened, Birx issued a statement neither confirming or denying the sources’ allegations but simply highlighting the fact that the coronavirus death rate is indeed declining, according to data.

“Mortality is slowly declining each day. To keep with this trend, it is essential that seniors and those with comorbidities shelter in place and that we continue to protect vulnerable communities,” she reportedly said.
The Post tried to push back on her assertion by citing old data from “last week.” But the chart below from Worldometers does indeed show the death rare declining both on a micro-level (within the past few days) and a macro one (within the past few weeks):
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Birx’s alleged assessment of the situation fits with other reports suggesting that both the predicted coronavirus death rates and the official coronavirus death rate have been grossly inflated because of various factors, including classification.
“If COVID–19 played a role in the death, this condition should be specified on the death certificate. In many cases, it is likely that it will be the [underlying cause of death], as it can lead to various life-threatening conditions, such as pneumonia and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS),” CDC guidelines from last month read.
This is problematic because the claim that it’s likely that coronavirus “will be the [underlying cause of death]” is an assumption.
Earlier this month the investigative group Project Veritas released footage of multiple New York City area funeral directors admitting that the dead are being classified as having died from coronavirus, even in cases where they never tested positive.
“To be honest with you, all of the death certificates, they’re writing COVID on all the death certificate, whether they had a positive test, whether they didn’t,” one funeral director said.

“So, I think, you know, again, this is my personal opinion, I think that like the mayor in our city, they’re looking for federal funding and, the more they put COVID on the death certificate, the more they can ask for federal funds. So I think it’s political.”
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use the link to watch the video and see the rest of the article.
Thanks Sky, for these two articles. I think it shows that this global attack isn't about a sneaky virus, but a sneaky
group who's only interest is the Benjamins.

'... He [Tanzanian President John Magufuli] played what the local press described as "a trick" on the organization:
He sent the WHO samples of a goat, a papaya and a quail for testing...'

It'll be interesting to hear the response from the WHO as to how positive results came back from an animal, a fruit
and a bird! No doubt, rhetoric like "there were tracings from humans on the items" or some other long-winded
message. But I'll wager the answer will come down to favour why the Chinese Government are so interested in
Africa at this time.

'...Sources within the Trump administration have claimed that lead coronavirus task force member Dr. Deborah Birx
suspects the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are unintentionally inflating coronavirus case counts and
death rates...'

Again, all about the money. Why did the US Department of Health recently publish an eighty-page document to
Doctors on how to fill-out a death certificate and involve the word 'Coronavirus'? Simple... the more cases, the
more funding to eliminate the supposedly-lethal disease.

The public are being screwed with their pants on.
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Boy In A Dress accompanied my better-half for the weekly-shopping this Friday evening -this due to the fact that
that most folk get their groceries on a morning or at least, the afternoon.

There was a strange sight at the check-outs that is a perfect example of how we're being bamboozled by the
media and politicians, namely perspex screens.
The see-through plastic barriers weren't there last Friday night and I contemplated what it all meant.

The Store Manager spoke to his superiors who confirmed that protective screens were being delivered during
the week and the supposed virus had no concept of what a store, the station of Manager and what plastic is.

Frank -the truck driver from the depot, watched the consignment being loaded into his vehicle and after signing
the necessary paperwork, clambered into his cab. To the supposed virus, such machinery was unknown and

The Store's Maintenance man is called Jim and after checking his break-time was over, hauled the five designated
screens out of the truck and placed them in the corner of the warehouse. When the Store closed at, Jim
began to install the transparent safeguards.

The supposed virus continued to do the only thing it had ever done and sought the correct conditions to survive.
Time means nothing to it, whether urgent or lax. The reality of surfaces is out of its grasp because its own existence
is based on merely continuance and not on ideal conditions.

It doesn't dream, ponder or understand the concept of hope. The gamut of what we do to fight the virus doesn't
thwart or intimidate it and winning this situation -or losing it, isn't a race it can appreciate.
Yet, we're the top-dog and with our minds, seek to stop something that doesn't even know we are here.

Anyway, there wasn't a queue.
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*BIAD pours some more tonic water into his tall glass of gin and salutes the lady below.*

(RTE -Raidió Teilifís Éireann, is the mainstream media outlet in Ireland.)
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Is this a case of 'Rules for thee and not for me' or a simple example of a man gagging for his marital leg-over?
It's complicated.

Quote:Senior police officer made 480 mile-round trip to visit second home twice during lockdown.

'A senior British Transport Police (BTP) officer has come under fire after he travelled from Glasgow to his family
home in Yorkshire during lockdown.

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Chief Superintendent Wylie and the Missus.

BTP confirmed Chief Superintendent Eddie Wylie returned to Yorkshire from his rented flat in Glasgow on two
occasions between March 21 and May 13, but said he did not breach Covid-19 regulations. It said that on both
occasions he travelled home alone and by car to minimise any possible exposure to others.

But Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard said the journeys suggest Mr Wylie ‘believes there is one rule for him,
and one rule for the rest of us’, and the officers has ‘serious questions to answer’.

In a statement, BTP said: ‘British Transport Police is a national police force with its headquarters in London, and
as such our officers are required to regularly travel across England, Scotland and Wales for essential meetings
or as operationally required.
In these instances, Chief Superintendent Wylie will stay at whichever address is the most convenient.

‘Our officers can be posted anywhere in the UK, at any time. This means it is not unusual for them to have their
family home in one part of the country and rent other accommodation nearer to where they are currently stationed.

‘Crucially, the restrictions state that people should only leave the place they are living if they have a reasonable excuse.
This includes travelling for the purposes of work where it is not reasonably possible for that person to work from the
place they are living.
‘It would not be reasonably possible for Chief Superintendent Wylie to perform his role solely from either the Glasgow
address, or his home in Yorkshire.’

The UK went into lockdown on March 23. BTP said Mr Wylie personally rents a single occupancy flat in Glasgow for
the purposes of essential overnight stays. Deputy Chief Constable Adrian Hanstock said: ‘We are satisfied that there
has been no breach of the Covid-19 regulations in this case, and there will be no misconduct investigation into Chief
Superintendent Wylie’s travel or his leadership.

‘Furthermore, Chief Superintendent Wylie is a highly respected officer and I have full confidence in both his integrity and
his ability to perform his duties.’ It comes after Scotland’s former chief medical officer Dr Catherine Calderwood resigned
after it emerged she had twice visited her second home in Fife contrary to her own warnings to avoid unnecessary travel.

Mr Leonard said: “British Transport Police officers are currently playing a crucial role as guardians of the lockdown
 Alongside the Scottish Government and Police Scotland, the BTP’s message to the people of Scotland has rightly been
to stay at home, and avoid any unnecessary travel.

‘People across Scotland and the whole UK have made huge sacrifices during this time, including missing family funerals
and spending precious time away from their loved ones. ‘But it seems as if the BTP’s top officer in Scotland has failed to
learn the lessons of the Catherine Calderwood debacle, and believes there is one rule for him, and one rule for the rest of us.

‘This could have serious consequences for the BTP’s ability to police the lockdown, which could in turn endanger public
safety in Scotland. Eddie Wylie has serious questions to answer.’...'

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(RTE -Raidió Teilifís Éireann, is the mainstream media outlet in Ireland.)

Fucking YouTube removed it and a Journalist from Business Insider flagged it and then
did a write-up about the footage and put it behind a pay-wall!!

Luckily, Computing Forever has a Bitchute page here's the link to the video taken down by
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Finland and Norway got the type of lock down right and by summer most things should be back to almost normal. The UK got the lock down wrong because of PC and multiculturalism they did not want to offend or harm anyone, so had lots of signs made to try and cover all bases.
Sweden with no real lockdown has turned into a slaughter house but that was planed to make sure the older people died. Lots of reports coming to light that orders were given to let them die. Norway and Finland have shown that if treatment is given in time, old peoples possibility of recovering is very good ( 60 to 70% if I remember right ).
Base thing to remember that with treatment and good hygiene the CCP virus has a 99% survival rate, with the right type of lock down and information the spread can be controlled and the economy can be saved. Its also important that the countries culture is a strong original culture, if the culture has been watered down then everything fails, just look at Sweden and the UK
I was going to do a piece on this lazy Westminster-bubble chew-toy yesterday and even though I've posted
a previous write-up about Chief Superintendent Wylie's movement around the UK during the flu problem,
this is different.

The Prime Minister's head-advisor came down with the virus in late-March and to protect his kid -or kids, because
some of the media cannot get that fact correct, he drove his bairns up to County Durham so that his parents could
look after them. Then Cummings self-isolated.

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Northerner Dominic Cummings.

The Daily Mirror and The Guardian took part in a joint investigation and created an outrage-bubble against Cummings'
actions and the rest piled on to inflate the current fever-pitch. The real problem isn't that Dominic Cummings ignored
the Government advice -although the child-aspect has some leeway, it's because Cummings was the main architect
of 'Brexit'.

The many articles make good use of words like 'suggests, possibly' and 'claims', yer' know... the usual Journalist
disciplines. But the reality is that this guy is hated due to his work in moving the power from the media back into
the public's hands.

As I said, in my opinion this instance is different
It's different for two reasons. No1. Dominic Cummings is from my neck-of-the-woods and No.2...
He fucking detests the dying lame-stream media.

But this pair's video explains it better.

The above 'We Got A Problem' video tells you how Journalism today is based on rumours.
Reality is very different.

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It might be that the sky isn't falling in like the dying media have been suggesting. With the warmer
season coming along and spoiling the ratings-game, it seems people are leaving their TVs and going
But they're not going to Plague-Test stations.

Quote:So where are all the sick people? Coronavirus testing centres stand deserted as Government urges
more people 
with symptoms to apply for one under new 'Test and Trace' regime.

*Government has announced test and trace scheme will begin from May 28 without NHS coronavirus app
*Testing capacity is at 161,000 a day but latest numbers show that only 117,000 were carried out today
*Regional testing centres at Glasgow and Manchester Airports and in Weston-super-Mare stood empty today

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Well, they have a nice day for it!

'Health Secretary Matt Hancock has announced the introduction of the new Test and Trace programme to bring the
coronavirus under control, as concerns were raised over the Government's testing regime.

At the Downing Street briefing today, Mr Hancock said the new system would be up and running by 9am tomorrow
without the NHS' coronavirus app that records close contacts as the Government attempt to push ahead with its plan
to bring an end to the nationwide lockdown.
It was also revealed that coronavirus tests will be made available to everyone with symptoms in a bid to reach Boris
Johnson's target of 200,000 tests a day.

But it was a different story at several drive-in testing sites across the country, with airport and outlet store car parks
almost deserted in the middle of the day. Testing capacity now stands at 161,000 a day, but the latest numbers showed
that only 117,000 were carried out. 

Photographs taken at Glasgow and Manchester Airports' testing centres showed only one or two cars at clinical tents
while soldiers were left waiting for vehicles to arrive at a car park in Weston-super-Mare. The lack of upscaling in tests
being carried out, despite pledges by Government ministers of 'ramping up', has led to criticism that more should be
done to encourage key workers and others to get tested.

Figures for yesterday showed that 84 per cent of all tests taken at drive-in centres were returned within 24 hours, and 95
per cent of all tests within 48 hours. Baroness Dido Harding, who has been appointed chair of the NHS Test and Trace
programme, said of the figures: 'I still don't think that's good enough. It's got to get better and better.' 

The Government is pinning its hopes of ending the nationwide lockdown on the success of the test and trace scheme.
But it will go live tomorrow, earlier than the June 1 launch date which had been anticipated, without the NHSX coronavirus
app which digitally records close contacts and will massively speed up the contact tracing process...'
More waffle in the Link:

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