World Health Organisation 'needs a forced regime change' | Sky News Australia

5/05/2020 1:40:00 PM

Sky News contributor Campbell Newman says 'we need regime change at the World Health Organisation' and says he has no qualms with any political leader 'using the leverage of contribution to force that change'.

Sky News contributor Campbell Newman says 'we need regime change at the World Health Organisation' and says he has no qualms with any political leader 'using the leverage of contribution to force that change'.

Sky News contributor Campbell Newman says 'we need regime change at the World Health Organisation' and says he has no qualms with any political leader 'using the leverage of contribution to force that change'. \n\nIt comes as the World Health Organisation has labelled allegations that the coronavirus began in a Wuhan laboratory as speculative despite US President Donald Trump's assurances he's seen evidence confirming it. \n\nWhile the WHO has also faced heavy criticism lately for it's response to the deadly coronavirus pandemic which has now claimed over 250,000 lives worldwide. \n\nDiscussing the current COVID-19 crisis, Mr Newman said, 'the World Health Organisation is in the middle of it, no doubt about it'.

05/05/2020|5minSky News contributor Campbell Newman says "we need regime change at the World Health Organisation" and says he has no qualms with any political leader "using the leverage of contribution to force that change". It comes as the World Health Organisation has labelled allegations that the coronavirus began in a Wuhan laboratory as speculative despite US President Donald Trump's assurances he's seen evidence confirming it. While the WHO has also faced heavy criticism lately for it's response to the deadly coronavirus pandemic which has now claimed over 250,000 lives worldwide. Discussing the current COVID-19 crisis, Mr Newman said, "the World Health Organisation is in the middle of it, no doubt about it".

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Isn't Newman a failed premier ? If he got the boot from public life why on earth would sky news give him a platform? So did Queensland. And why are you now deemed somehow credible?. Oh; Sky We needed regime change in Queensland a few years ago and we managed it in grand style. This is needed for the United nations also who currently works for USA only

Absolutely. Who/cho sucks These Murdoch soldiers on mission setting a stage for their buddy. The world has enough idiots in charge right now to put another once failed one in charge of WHO would be sacrilege auspol What an idiot, the UN is just a medical institution. They don't govern a country at all. Do your research Newman! We all know for a fact that the WHO is just bowing down to a repressive regime governed by a man who clearly looks like Winnie the Pooh.

We are onto the corruption at the top more deals than a night playing poker at the casino.

The world needs 'cool heads, not a cold war' with China | Sky News AustraliaAs China is Australia’s largest trading partner and a close ally, the government should “take a moment of pause before poking the panda” according to Assistant Editor of the West Australian Jenna Clarke.\n\nWestern Australia in 2019 exported $95 billion worth of goods to China, while the country’s resources sector is heavily reliant upon the Chinese market.\n\nHowever, in recent weeks economic and diplomatic tensions between the two nations has reached fever-pitch after Australia called for an international investigation into the origins of the coronavirus, and China’s ambassador responded by threatening a consumer boycott of Australian exports.\n\n“When China sneezes, the world catches a cold”.\n\n“As we mop up this health emergency, we need cool heads not a cold war,” she said.\n\nMs Clarke said the health crisis has forced Australia to consider “widening our economic basket instead of putting most of our eggs into China”.\n\n“We should take a lead out of the mining and resources book in order to pursue new ideas and new markets like India and Indonesia”.\n\nImage: AP jennamclarke China is NOT & NEVER will be Australia's ally. jennamclarke Australia’s sovereignty is far more important than Chinese money. jennamclarke ‘Close ally’?

Come back CampbellNewman Australia needs you in politics. WHO is evil, they not allowed to go to China until late feb, more than a month after wuhan breakout, n they went to Beijing! They repeated what China told them n asked all counties not to block China travel. after infections already many countries still refused to call pandemic.

Regime change? WTF. Just get rid of it. The UN is owned by the central banks of the world. Who worship lucifer and want a Christianity banned. Well, whatever Campbell says. He is a genius! auspol Newman looking for a promotion again Tedros, Aylward & Michael Ryan all need to be removed immediately!... And a full criminal investigation into their shielding of the CCP and the obvious corruption that has clearly taken place!... CCPVirus WHOLiedPeopleDied MakeChinaPay TaiwanIsaCountry TweetForTaiwan

The drone of Merde-Och puppets repeating the Orange Imbecile's distraction really is tiresome

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Ruby Princess would be dealt with differently if it could be done again: NSW HealthA senior NSW Health official has broken down giving evidence at the Ruby Princess inquiry, saying if the department could have their time again they would handled the situation differently OK I've read about the diamond princess and the ruby princess any news on the emmerald or garnet princesses? Were they all on route to see the wonderful wizard of Oz? easy to say to see the absolute devastation n costing us billions

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World Health Organisation 'needs a forced regime change' 05/05/2020 | 5min Sky News contributor Campbell Newman says "we need regime change at the World Health Organisation" and says he has no qualms with any political leader "using the leverage of contribution to force that change".The world needs 'cool heads, not a cold war' with China 03/05/2020 | 4min As China is Australia’s largest trading partner and a close ally, the government should “take a moment of pause before poking the panda” according to Assistant Editor of the West Australian Jenna Clarke.Until communist China democratises ‘it cannot join the modern world’ 04/05/2020 | 4min Former Victorian Liberal Party President Michael Kroger says the dispute between the US and China is both a “cultural and a country clash”.Play video More staff and residents have tested positive for the virus over the past week, taking the total number to 26 staff members and 37 residents, fuelling anxiety and concern among relatives of the residents.

It comes as the World Health Organisation has labelled allegations that the coronavirus began in a Wuhan laboratory as speculative despite US President Donald Trump's assurances he's seen evidence confirming it. While the WHO has also faced heavy criticism lately for it's response to the deadly coronavirus pandemic which has now claimed over 250,000 lives worldwide. However, in recent weeks economic and diplomatic tensions between the two nations has reached fever-pitch after Australia called for an international investigation into the origins of the coronavirus, and China’s ambassador responded by threatening a consumer boycott of Australian exports. Discussing the current COVID-19 crisis, Mr Newman said, "the World Health Organisation is in the middle of it, no doubt about it". Mr Kroger said the US and other western nations are all “expecting a suppressive secretive regime to do what we would do” which is conduct a open and transparent investigation into the origins of the coronavirus. Favourite . “As we mop up this health emergency, we need cool heads not a cold war,” she said.