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US Prepared To Cooperate With China On Public Health

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After a meeting with the genocidal Chinese leader Xi Jinping, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said to reporters that after their talks in Beijing on Sunday, the U.S. was “ready to cooperate” on projects related “public health”.
Blinken said that the leftist American president Joe Biden’s government prioritized communication with China’s Communist Party. He was sent to Beijing to, among other things, “explore the areas where our interests might align when we face shared transnational challenges.”

China is the worst polluter in the world. It has the most carbon dioxide emissions, and it is also the largest dumper of trash into the ocean.

China’s communist government is believed to also be the source of the majority of ingredients used in the production of the deadly opioid fentanyl that is responsible for a death wave in the United States. The government dodges its responsibility by claiming Chinese companies don’t produce fentanyl in China, even though law enforcement operations trace the ingredients used to make fentanyl from countries like Mexico back to China.

China has been criticized for its public health after it was identified as the source of the Wuhan Coronavirus. This highly contagious virus has caused a pandemic of years that has killed millions of people since early 2020.

Experts around the world condemned China’s policies on public health after the coronavirus outbreak. These included allowing 130,000 people to attend a banquet while aware of the spread of a contagious illness, arresting doctors who recommended hand-washing during the early stages of the pandemic and forcing millions of people across the country to live in house arrest, without food or medicine.

Blinken didn’t elaborate on the type of collaboration in public health that he facilitated in his meetings with communist leaders, but it was briefly mentioned in several State Department publications published on Monday.

A statement from State Department spokesman Matthew Miller about Blinken’s China visit, which included discussions with Qin Gang, a top Politburo official Wang Yi and Xi was one such publication.

Miller wrote that “the two sides highlighted the fact that China and the United States should work together in order to address transnational challenges such as climate changes, global macroeconomic instability, food security and public health,” Miller said. The Secretary of State encouraged greater interaction between our countries on these issues and others, as the world expects from us.

Blinken told reporters at a press briefing on his visit about possible public health projects after his meeting with Xi.

Blinken said to reporters that the United States was prepared to work with China on areas where there were mutual interests. These included climate, macroeconomic stabilty, public health and food security as well as counter-narcotics, according to an official transcript from the State Department.

He repeated later in the event: “This was an occasion to explore areas in which we could cooperate in the interest of our people, the interests people all over the world. On climate, global economic stability and health, I have mentioned fentanyl – actually on exchanges between our people.”

Blinken didn’t elaborate on his remarks about public health, and neither did reporters inquire, according to a transcript.

The Secretary of state described the visit as a way to reestablish communication, not to make progress on any specific issue.

Blinken said, “I went to Beijing to strengthen the high-level communication challenges, to clarify our positions and intentions on areas of disagreement and to explore areas in which we could work together when our interest aligned on shared transnational problems,” Blinken explained. “And we did that.”

In every meeting I made it clear that direct engagement at the senior level and continuous communication are the best ways to manage our differences responsibly and avoid conflict. I also heard this from my Chinese counterparts. Both sides agree that our relationship needs to be stabilized.

Blinken said that he had mentioned the human rights at a passing mention, along with “de-risking”, but not “decoupling”, the Chinese-American relationship in terms of economics, climate change cooperation, and people-to-people interactions.

Blinken stated that the United States and international community are deeply concerned by PRC violations of human rights, including those in Xinjiang (East Turkistan), in Tibet and Hong Kong.

China, under Xi’s leadership, is currently engaged in a genocide against ethnic Turkic people in East Turkistan, of which the majority are Uyghurs, and ethnically cleansing Tibet. Both occupied areas had few political ties with Han-majority Beijing prior to communist conquests. The Chinese Foreign Ministry’s readouts on Blinken’s meetings didn’t mention the Uyghur Genocide, which China denies.

Since decades, the United States and communist China have been cooperating on research projects in public health.

The U.S. Government Accountability Office, the congressional watchdog agency, reported in September that “from FY 2015 to 2020, federal agencies have provided 28.9 million dollars directly to Chinese entities to support research and development.” The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and National Institutes of Health, for example, awarded funding to China for vaccine and drug development studies. The funding was used to produce scientific articles, data-collection systems, and international workshop.

In 2018, the Harvard China Health Partnership was formalized. It is one of America’s largest and most successful cooperation agreements. The Harvard China Health Partnership, formalized in 2018, links America’s leading university with the communist-controlled Chinese Academy of Social Sciences as well as institutions like Tsinghua University and Xi Jinping’s alma matter.

Harvard Chan explains that over the last four decades the ties between Harvard Chan researchers in China and their peers have become increasingly strong. Harvard faculty helped China establish the field of public health and health policy, and trained the first generation Chinese molecular biologists. The School has worked with academic and government partner institutions to create numerous collaborative endeavors, including research, education and academic exchange.

Harvard’s cooperation with China continues even after it was discovered that Charles Lieber (now a former professor) had secretly signed up for China’s “Thousand Talents”, a program in which he received payments of hundreds of thousands of dollar, and worked for the Wuhan University of Technology as a “strategic scientists”. This could have compromised critical research.

The GAO described the direct U.S. – China scientific research that has continued, even though American public health institutions are under scrutiny over controversial research conducted at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Many have speculated that this research may have led to the Wuhan Coronavirus Pandemic.

According to reports, the National Institutes of Health funded gain-of function research at the WIV, which increases a pathogen’s ability to infect people or make it more contagious. According to reports, one such experiment involved a bat coronavirus which was modified to become more contagious.

The NIH claimed that the organization they funded had not informed its officials of this particular experiment. The White Coat Waste Project, a taxpayer watchdog group, revealed in May that the NIH removed the WIV’s name from its list for institutions eligible to receive funding for animal experimentation.

It is still a mystery as to where the Wuhan Coronavirus originated. World Health Organization (W.H.O. The World Health Organization (W.H.O.

In a fact sheet released by the State Department in January 2021, Washington stated that it had “reasonable belief” that Washington’s researchers who were working on the WIV virus became sick in the fall of 2019, prior to the first case being identified. The symptoms that they displayed were consistent with [Chinese Coronavirus] as well as seasonal illnesses.

Officially, the Chinese government believes that the Wuhan Coronavirus was created at Fort Detrick in Maryland by the U.S. Army. The American government then misdiagnosed the initial cases as “lung injury” caused by e-cigarettes. Beijing has not provided any evidence to support this theory, and it has yet explained how a misdiagnosis could be made without documented cases of health care workers falling ill.

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