Founded in 1984 in Geneva, Switzerland, the World Health Organization, also known as the WHO, is a specialized agency of the United Nations responsible for international health. Led by Tedros Ghebreyesus, the WHO’s constitution states its main objective as “the attainment by all peoples of the highest possible level of health”. The WHO conducts a yearly meeting called the World Health Assembly where its 194 member states, all member states of the united nations and private contributors, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the United States and Rockefeller, to name a few, get together to discuss world health issues, budgets & funding, and plans regarding world health.
With such a large non-government organization conducting huge projects, where is all the funding coming from? Who’s funding the WHO? The World Health Organization is funded by all of the member states and private contributors. The WHO is now 80% financed by private donors and 20% by Member State contributions. Not so shockingly, the 2nd largest contributor to the World HEALTH Organization is also the largest genetically modified organism (GMO) producer, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. As of September 2021, it had invested nearly $780 million in its programs while the largest contributor, Germany, contributed more than $1.2 billion. The United States ranks as the 3rd largest contributor to the WHO coming in at $730 million. The Rockefeller foundation has also been contributing to the WHO since 2000, with an upwards contribution of $25.6 million. As of January 2022, the Rockefeller foundation was admitted as a non-state actor in official relations with WHO.
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During the 2022 World Health Assembly, the new budget for 2022-2023 is $US 4.968 billion. The member states agreed to overhaul WHO funding during the meeting. The change will give the WHO a more stable income stream and control over a much bigger portion of the funding allocated to its headquarters in Geneva. Previously, member states would channel most of their cash into short-term health projects of their own choosing, which can fluctuate. With the new budget structure, contributors will now give half of their WHO contributions as straightforward membership fees instead, giving the organization more control. “The pandemic has demonstrated why the world needs WHO, but also why the world needs a stronger, empowered and sustainably financed WHO,” said Lead Director Tedros. Sounds like Tedros is using the pandemic as a means to secure more funding and allocate it to the WHO’s personal agenda.
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Now let’s get to the juicy part. Although The World Health Organization states their main mission is to attain the highest possible level of health on a global scale, their affiliations and private investors say differently. Red flag number 1 is that their largest contributor is the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Bill Gates is heavily involved in vaccine development and GMO production, also known as genetically modified organisms which links to cancer and rise in allergic reactions. Furthermore, 8 of 15 scientific members of the WHO’s strategic group of experts have declared, as they are obliged to by law, that they are affiliated with the Gates foundation and other giants of the pharmaceutical industry, such as Pfizer. On Apr 22, 2022 The WHO said it “Strongly recommended” Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine and antiviral pill Paxlovid via Economic Times. The Rockefeller Foundation has also been working with the WHO since 1946, and has largely contributed to vaccine development. As you can see, the theme with the WHO is largely related to big pharma, specifically vaccine development. Is all this funding being used to solve world health problems or to create them and then proceed to create the vaccines for the diseases? From hookworm disease from 1909 to covid-19 in 2020, the WHO and their private investors have been leading in vaccine research, including funding.
As we approach midway 2022, it’s becoming more clear as to what the agendas are for these large corporations and organizations, such as the World Health Organization. With billions in funding from private investors affiliated with the Gates foundation and big Pharma companies, we can expect to see more harmful vaccines and disease propaganda spreading around the world.