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TEDROS ADHANOM GHEBREYESUS, 55, has been Director-General of the World Health Organization since July 1, 2017. His membership in a Marxist-Leninist party and former terror organization suggests a dark background. Picture: The Red Elephants

The three non-governmental private contributors to the WHO

Of the seven largest contributors to the World Health Organization, three are non-governmental private actors. The largest, which gives more than any nation, is the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The third largest donor is the lesser-known GAVI, which is an abbreviation for the The Global Alliance for Vaccination and Immunization.

Published: June 7, 2020, 9:29 am

    Since 2016, GAVI has received the equivalent of just over 14 billion euros from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. This makes Bill Gates the single largest contributor, which can thus also be assumed to have a major influence on WHO.

    The Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, is a member of an Ethiopian Marxist-Leninist party, a party known for its oppression, disappearances, starvation, torture, genocide and persecution of dissent.

    The Terrorism Research & Analysis Consortium (TRAC), which researches and analyzes terrorism and political violence, noted: “The Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) is a political party in Tigray in Ethiopia that is still listed as terrorists in the Global Terrorism Database (GTD) , based on ten incidents that occurred between 1976 and 1990.” Local media has previously presented Tedros as the third highest in the Politburo of the TPLF.

    Tedros is the first non-physician and the first African in the role, approved by the African Union. And although Wikipedia is today heavily censored by global power structures, it is already an interesting fact that few people know about: The head of the WHO in recent months through its health guidelines, has forced countries to shut down with disastrous consequences for the world economy and billions of people, not only lacks medical education. Around 8 percent of the population of Ethiopia starved to death during his time as health minister, but this information no longer appears on the WHO’s site.

    When Tedros took over as Foreign Minister of his country in 2012, a campaign was launched that cracked down on journalists and oppositionists who criticized the government. In 2016, when Addis Ababa decided to forcibly relocate 15 000 people from fertile agricultural land, mass protests broke out in the country, ending with up to 500 people being killed by security forces. Tedros attacked critics around the world, including human rights organisations, arguing that no one was killed because the police were not armed. This is despite being clearly contradicted by visual evidence.

    Thus, WHO chief Tedros Adhanom and Bill Gates, who are by far the largest contributor to WHO, are in effect leading the world’s health efforts against the Covid-19 pandemic, and thus most governments’ decisions and actions. This is despite the fact that none of them are democratically elected or even trained doctors.

    The shutdowns around the world have thrown the world economy into depression and led to devastating consequences with a huge human suffering around the world. Hundreds of millions have already lost their jobs, businesses, incomes, savings, health insurance, freedom of movement and, not least in many cases, their mental and physical health.

    The seventh largest contributor is Rotary International, which describes itself as “an international service organization whose stated purpose is to bring together business leaders and professional leaders to provide humanitarian service and promote goodwill and peace around the world”.

    However, critics claim that they are a front and recruitment organisation for the mysterious and worldwide Freemasonry. All three of these non-governmental donors, not least Gates and GAVI, have been the drivers of comprehensive, global and compulsory vaccination programs.

    Tedros has peculiar priorities and friends. In October 2017, Tedros appointed African henchman Robert Mugabe, former dictator and leader of Zimbabwe during the years 1980 to 2017, as “goodwill ambassador” to help fight non-communicable diseases in Africa. This gave rise to a storm of criticism from the outside world, and not least from doctors and human rights groups.

    The New York Times then wrote: “The role of benevolent ambassador is largely symbolic, but human rights groups responded very strongly to the symbolism of giving it to a man [Mugabe] whose leadership, they claim, has led to the collapse of the country’s health care and serious human rights abuses in Zimbabwe.”

    Despite this, Tedros is backed by US billionaires.

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