Highlights of Lu De Media – Late Night Show on MAR 30
- Chinese military aircraft, including fighter jets, entered Taiwan’s air defence identification zone on Monday, as Palau’s president visited Taiwan along with the U.S. ambassador to his country. Both Palau and Taiwan have made it clear which side they are on.
- In a joint statement issued today, 14 nations, including the United States, expressed their concerns about the newly released World Health Organization (WHO) report on the origins of COVID 19 and reinforced “the importance of working together toward the development and use of a swift, effective, transparent, science-based, and independent process for international evaluations of such outbreaks of unknown origin in the future.”
- The statement was launched quickly after China-WHO report’s release, indicating that these countries have long been aware of its report findings.
- White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the WHO report on coronavirus origin ‘lacks transparency’ and called on Communist China and the WHO to allow international experts “unfettered access” to data and to allow them to ask questions of people on the ground at the time of the outbreak.
- After Biden became the U.S. President, Mr. Lu De predicted that he would hit the CCP even more vigorously. Now it seems that this is soon to become a reality.
- The head of the WHO Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that although a lab leak was the least likely cause, more research and further investigation were needed.
- As Mr. Lu De said in the previous episode on his show, the WHO would turn against the CCP after releasing the report.
- The newly released 45th annual U.S. human rights report claims that the Chinese government authorities had committed genocide against the Uighurs.
- The next step for the United States could be to lay down sanctions against the CCP immediately.
- Like Hua Chunying previously commented, the United States now “keeps their mouths open about human rights and keeps their mouths shut about the accountability” of the CCP virus.