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EXC: U.S. Funds Wuhan ‘Bat Lady’ Report Co-Authored With China’s CDC Director Calling for EXPANSION of World Health Org Powers.

Raheem Kassam

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scientific journal article funded by the U.S. Department of Energy – which included controversial Chinese Communist Party scientists such as the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s top bat coronavirus researcher as authors – is calling for expanding the power of the World Health Organization over sovereign countries.


The paperLessons Learnt From The COVID-19 Pandemic – provides an overview and assessment of the world’s response to the virus, praising both China and the World Health Organization (WHO) for their supposed transparency.

“It is clear that both China and the WHO demonstrated dramatically improved responses to COVID-19 with the lessons learned from previous epidemics,” asserted the paper before suggesting that the origins of the virus remain “enigmatic.”

The paper proceeds to give seven “actionable recommendations” to improve the global response to future pandemics, among which is a proposal to broaden the authority of the WHO over member states. The suggestion follows a recent controversy over the WHO attempting to pass a “global pandemic treaty,” using public health as a pretext to dictate member states’ public policy and health measures.

“The WHO has to be given a much stronger role in the coordination of the implementation of the various control measures,” argues the paper.

“Given the exponential nature of pathogen spread it is imperative that we ensure the rapid mobilization of mitigation and control strategies at international scales before local epidemics can progress to pandemics,” continue the authors before concluding:

“The authority of the WHO for global coordination of pandemic responses must be strengthened.”

The notorious Wuhan Institute of Virology’s top bat coronavirus researcher Shi Zhengli – dubbed the “Bat Woman” – is among the authors of the paper.

Dr. Shi runs the Chinese laboratory’s Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases and has received grants from Anthony Fauci’s National Institue of Health (NIH) agency to manipulate bat coronaviruses to become deadlier to humans. To many public health and intelligence officials, this is where COVID-19 began.

China’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director George Gao, who emailed Dr. Fauci to thank him for publicly dismissing the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s role in creating COVID-19, is an additional author.

The paper was also edited by Yong Ming Yao, a professor from the Chinese military-controlled First Affiliated Hospital of Chinese People’s Liberation Army General Hospital.

Despite counting several controversial, Chinese Communist Party-linked scientists as authors, a researcher from the taxpayer-funded University of Georgia, Guha Dharmarajan, contributed to the paper. The funding portion reveals that he was supported “through the US Department of Energy Financial Assistance Award.”

The unearthed paper follows intense scrutiny over the U.S. government sending taxpayer funds to the Wuhan Institute of Virology to fund dangerous research on bat coronaviruses. Throughout COVID-19, the U.S. government, especially Fauci’s NIH agency, has continued to fund Chinese Communist Party-run labs.

It also comes after President Donald Trump’s efforts to pull the U.S. out of the WHO by cutting funds from going to the organization given its poor track record on COVID-19 guidance and allegiance to the Chinese Communist Party.