YouTube’s Chief Executive Officer Susan Wojcicki has boasted about censoring content that does not fall into line with the World Health Organization as the global health monitor grapples with accusations of toeing the Chinese Communist Party line over the coronavirus.

Wojcicki – who has presided over YouTube’s increasing crackdown against content contributors since 2014 – appeared on CNN’s Reliable Sources this weekend and stated:

“We also talk about removing information that is problematic. We’ve had to update our policy numerous times associated with COVID-19.

According to ReclaimTheNet, Wojcicki claimed YouTube would remove anything “that is medically unsubstantiated, so people saying like, ‘take vitamin C, take turmeric, like those are/or will cure you.’ Those are the examples of things that would be a violation of our policy.”

She added that the video service classes as “misinformation,” “anything that would go against World Health Organization [WHO] recommendations would be a violation of our policy”.

The World Health Organization faces serious questions as the United States seeks to suspend funding over the group’s presumptive cover-up and/or botched response to the coronavirus.

The group ignored Taiwanese questions over human-to-human transmission as far back as December 2019, largely because of China’s refusal to recognize Taiwan nor allow it a seat at the WHO.

The organization stalled for months before declaring a pandemic, and indeed has also endorsed questionable medicines in the past.

In 2018 the group added “traditional Chinese medicine”:

The WHO has also counted murderous tyrant Robert Mugabe as one of its “goodwill ambassadors”, and has increasingly been viewed with suspicion given its current chief – Dr. Tedros – and his history of cholera cover-ups and pro-Chinese Communist Party activity.


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