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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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It seems whenever push comes to shove the EU manages to lose its spine. Actions like this also put a big dent in the argument that we need the EU to stand up to China and the US!

EU ‘watered down’ report on Chinese disinformation about Covid-19

https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...about-covid-19
I am glad you posted this. I saw it reported yesterday in Euronews and NYT, it is in line with the criticism towards the WHO for their slow action of early Covid19 days, especially towards how late the pandemics was officially declared. I do not think you can officially congratulate a country (which WHO did) that silences its own doctors when they warn the entire world. They warned when there was still time and some lost their lives, like many health care professionals until this day. They were right. Their government wasn't. People know no matter how watered down the reports get.
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