WHO did you think

was orchestrating the pandemic?  Tedros?  No; he is Xi’s stooge.   Xi?  Not him, though he did orchestrate the elevation of Tedros, and Tedros has been doing his bidding.

No, follow the money.  WHO is a pet project of Bill Gates.

Yeah, yeah, I know.  United Nations, international cooperation, all that.

The United States of America paid the amount we were “assessed” for the two-year budget cycle for 2018+2019, which was $237 million.  In addition to that, we gave $656 million, for a total of $893 million, or $447 million per year.

The second largest source of WHO funds was the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which donated $531 million for the 2-year period.

The third largest source was the United Kingdom, whose “assessment” was $43 million, and who donated an additional $392 million.

The fourth largest source was GAVI Alliance, aka “Vaccine Alliance,” who donated $371 million.

The fifth largest source was Germany, whose assessment was $61 million, and who gave an additional $231 million.

Sixth was Japan, followed by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.  Eighth was Rotary International, followed by the World Bank, whose donation was $133 million.

But an interesting thing.  The fourth place donor, GAVI Alliance, is overwhelmingly funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.  When you add that to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation entry, their total donation for the two-year cycle is $902 million, surpassing even the $893 million given by the USA.

So if you are unhappy with WHO shenanigans, take it up with Bill Gates.

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9 thoughts on “WHO did you think”

  1. Bill Gates was unhappy to learn that President Trump is holding up money for WHO.

    “Halting funding for the World Health Organization during a world health crisis is as dangerous as it sounds,” Gates said via Twitter. “Their work is slowing the spread of COVID-19 and if that work is stopped no other organization can replace them. The world needs @WHO now more than ever.”

    https://www.npr.org/sections/coronavirus-live-updates/2020/04/15/834848225/as-dangerous-as-it-sounds-reaction-to-u-s-plan-to-defund-who-during-a-pandemic?utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=nprblogscoronavirusliveupdates

    I had seen a “critics say” item citing criticism of President Trump for calling WHO to account.  I thought that I would find the usual Leftists when I investigated just who the “critics” were.   Sure enough a Leftist, but not one of the usual suspects.

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  2. Gates has been big on spending money on health issues. Should he have spent the money in another place?

    I haven’t followed the WHO. Has it always been bad?

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  3. 10 Cents:
    Gates has been big on spending money on health issues. Should he have spent the money in another place?

    I haven’t followed the WHO. Has it always been bad?

    Like all UN organizations, the WHO is corrupt as heck. Tedros has a checkered past, featuring far leftists.

    I hear Gates and his foundation has advocated some dodgy policies. I don’t know the details. At minimum, he’s a garden variety leftist at Soros level and that’s bad enough. They might even be pals.

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  4. drlorentz:

    10 Cents:
    Gates has been big on spending money on health issues. Should he have spent the money in another place?

    I haven’t followed the WHO. Has it always been bad?

    Like all UN organizations, the WHO is corrupt as heck. Tedros has a checkered past, featuring far leftists.

    I hear Gates and his foundation has advocated some dodgy policies. I don’t know the details. At minimum, he’s a garden variety leftist at Soros level and that’s bad enough. They might even be pals.

    You have a Mac, right? 😉

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  5. drlorentz:

    10 Cents:
    Gates has been big on spending money on health issues. Should he have spent the money in another place?

    I haven’t followed the WHO. Has it always been bad?

    Like all UN organizations, the WHO is corrupt as heck. Tedros has a checkered past, featuring far leftists.

    I hear Gates and his foundation has advocated some dodgy policies. I don’t know the details. At minimum, he’s a garden variety leftist at Soros level and that’s bad enough. They might even be pals.

    Bill Clinton inherited the fight against HIV/AIDS from G.H.W. Bush.  Clinton gave big $$ to WHO and other international organizations.

    There is a reason that President W launched PEPFAR.  PEPFAR is all-American.  In each country where PEPFAR is active, one of the key roles of the American ambassador is to oversee/monitor the activities that are paid for via PEPFAR.  This does several things.  First, PEPFAR is resistant to corruption; if pilfering happens, then the next round of funds goes to different contractors or agencies.  Second, it raises the profile of honest healthcare agencies in third world countries, because they get direct attention from the American ambassador.  Third, it makes a huge difference in the lives of people around the world; PEPFAR is credited with saving and improving tens of millions of lives as well as slowing the spread of HIV.

    Dr. Colonel Ambassador Birx rose through the ranks via Johns Hopkins to become the American Ambassador At Large for PEPFAR, which gives her global standing in fighting infectious disease.

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  6. MJBubba:

    drlorentz:

    10 Cents:
    Gates has been big on spending money on health issues. Should he have spent the money in another place?

    I haven’t followed the WHO. Has it always been bad?

    Like all UN organizations, the WHO is corrupt as heck. Tedros has a checkered past, featuring far leftists.

    I hear Gates and his foundation has advocated some dodgy policies. I don’t know the details. At minimum, he’s a garden variety leftist at Soros level and that’s bad enough. They might even be pals.

    Bill Clinton inherited the fight against HIV/AIDS from G.H.W. Bush.  Clinton gave big $$ to WHO and other international organizations.

    There is a reason that President W launched PEPFAR.  PEPFAR is all-American.  In each country where PEPFAR is active, one of the key roles of the American ambassador is to oversee/monitor the activities that are paid for via PEPFAR.  This does several things.  First, PEPFAR is resistant to corruption; if pilfering happens, then the next round of funds goes to different contractors or agencies.  Second, it raises the profile of honest healthcare agencies in third world countries, because they get direct attention from the American ambassador.  Third, it makes a huge difference in the lives of people around the world; PEPFAR is credited with saving and improving tens of millions of lives as well as slowing the spread of HIV.

    Dr. Colonel Ambassador Birx rose through the ranks via Johns Hopkins to become the American Ambassador At Large for PEPFAR, which gives her global standing in fighting infectious disease.

    There have been many African groups that have complained about what they call Cultural colonialism. A woman named Obianuju Ekeocha has really brought the issue to the forefront. Cultural colonialism, how these groups define it, is that through many NGO’s, and international non-profits that are in many African countries to deal with health issues, they are also pushing western polices on abortion, and LGBT issues. Since many African countries are still very traditional especially on LGBT (if you want to know the background look into St Charles Lwanga and the Ugandan Martyers who’s sacrifice evangelized much of Africa to Christianity). These NGO’s use funding to force corrupt African leaders to change policies, and like in our schools in the states push their agenda on the youth.

    One of the biggest culprits is the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation that along with helping with Malaria and other diseases, much of the funding to help in other areas are attached to abortions, contraception and even sterilization.  Bill Gates is a eugenists and has been pushing his eugenics agenda in Third world countries for a while now. His groups have gotten in trouble for pushing Vaccines in third world countries that have bad side effects that are not presented before giving them, and for others that might cause sterilization.

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  7. Mate De:
    There have been many African groups that have complained about what they call Cultural colonialism.

    Understood.   USAID has taken a big share of this criticism.  So far as I know, PEPFAR has not been part of the problem, though I doubt if, under Obama, they were always part of the solution.

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