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Who is the W.H.O?

thegreatgaslights Apr 09, 2022

Have you ever asked who the unelected body called The World Health Organisation (W.H.O) actually is and how they are funded?

How is WHO funded?

“1948, the WHO could accept donations only from member states. In 2005 they changed their policies to also allow for private funding. Today, only 20% of its funding comes from member states, with the other 80% from private sources, including pharmaceutical companies.

Thirteen percent of the WHO’s funding ($300 million annually) comes from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation—a larger contribution than the United State government.

The WHO’s list of donors also includes AstraZeneca, Bayer, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, and Merck.” Aaron Kheriaty, MD

Have you heard about the WHO’s Pandemic Treaty?

It’s essentially an attempt by the WHO to take centralised control of the world’s governments, under the guise of “pandemic preparedness”.

It’s dangerous and largely ignored by the corporate media.

Only 2/3 of nations need to agree to ram through this treaty while placing sanctions on dissenting countries.

The WHO Constitution would also supersede national constitutions.

Their New Overarching Powers Would Include:

1.) The WHO would reserve the right to decide what constitutes a pandemic and have already changed the definition of the term. It could be the flu.

2.) Treaty gives the WHO the power to name the new disease decide what quarantine measures are needed on a global scale.

3.) The WHO would control over who gets to develop the new treatments and decide whether they’re safe.

4.) They would be given the authority to determine who gets quarantined locked down.

5.) The WHO would decide over vaccine mandates for each country.

“I think it’s pretty easy to get that one organization should not have this kind of power.”

Dr. Tess Lawrie

What can you do about it?

You can of course petition.

But you can get even more proactive by making sure you are healthy and your practice is healthy so it can contribute to empowering patients and the local community to take ownership of their health rather than outsourcing it.

Health empowerment has become a form of activism!


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