Corona Virus

Not before time

By Ghengis | CryptoLowDown | 15 Apr 2020


The World Health Organisation was established over 70 years ago in 1948 by the UN, not long after the United Nations was formed.

Coronavirus

In that time they have done some wonderful things - including wiping out cholera and polio. Their goals are admirable -

"Better health for everyone, everywhere"

And, once upon a time, that's what they really strived for.

Unfortunately, like all these global corporations (That's what it has become) they begin to lose sight of the end goals and focus more on the power and prestige. Today, the WHO is headquartered in Geneva Switzerland and works with 194 Member States, across six regions. From more than 150 offices, 7000 people in six regional offices and headquarters.

The WHO is funded by it's 194 member states and from donations.

The funding is calculated based on population and wealth and makes up only about 25% of its costs. The rest comes from donations.

The largest funder ($893 million) is (or, up until now, has been) the United States followed by guess who? China? England? No, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation who focus on vaccinations.

The US is by far the largest nation donor; in the two-year funding cycle of 2018 to 2019, it gave $893 million to the WHO. Of this total, $237 million were the required membership dues, and $656 million was in the form of donations. The US' donations make up 14.67% of all voluntary contributions given globally. The next biggest donor is the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, an American private organization. The next member country with the biggest contributions is the UK, which paid $434.8 million in dues and donations during that same time span, followed by Germany and Japan. China contributed close to $86 million in assessed and voluntary contributions in that time period.

Critics have long held the view that the countries and donors with the largest contributions hold unfair influence.

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is a very influential globalist organisation with visions of making vaccinations mandatory world wide. Being the 2nd largest donor, they are very influential. (But that's for another story).

President Trump has announced that he is withdrawing funding for the WHO. Many are of course up in arms that this is irresponsible and the worst possible timing for such a thing to happen. My opinion is it's better late then never.

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As I said above, the WHO states lofty goals that no one could disagree with. However, like all of these bloated, top heavy, centralised organisations, their actions bely their lofty goals.

The WHO has been involved in many scandals over the years including WHO workers being involved in widespread rape and paedophilia, corruption, waste and of course power mongering and political manouvering to be the #1 Health Body in the New World Order.

Power corrupts, total power corrupts totally.

Politicians like Tedros Adhanom, the Director General has been criticised strongly for his involvement in the Chinese cover up and his glowing praise if the CCR's handling of the virus outbreak.

I think President Trump has seen through the politics and collusion of people like Adhanom and Dr Fauci and has given them enough rope to hang themselves.

The corrupt WHO, just like it's parent organisation the corrupt UN has seen this pandemic as a way to increase their power in the Globalist drive to achieve a One World Government under the New World Order.

Not before time I say. 

 

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Ghengis
Ghengis

A recent investor in Crypto Currency but have followed crypto for some years. IT background and keen photographer and healthy LCHF eating advocate. Australian living in Vietnam.


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