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Monday, June 24, 2024

WHO Bloats Budget by $6.8B to Fight ‘Pandemics Fueled by Climate Change’

'[The approval of more funds] illustrates that global health as a discipline has completely lost the plot and been taken over by people interested in making a profit...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) The World Health Organization received a record-high increase of $6.83 billion to its budget for 2024-2025 to fight “pandemics fueled by climate change” and “emergencies of all kinds.”

According to Natural News, the staggering increase in budget and the launch of a new “replenishment” initiative for the agency were approved during the 76th World Health Assembly in Switzerland, even though the WHA failed to come up with a final agreement on the pandemic treaty or amendments to the international health regulations.

On May 22, WHO member-states agreed to the budget hike — a 20% increase in assessed contributions (or membership fees). The countries vowed to contribute $1.15 billion through their membership fees. Additionally, the member-states and other contributors will donate $5.69 billion through their “voluntary contributions.” The recent rise in contributions was a “historic milestone,” according to WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.

The leftist health despot smeared “anti-vaxxers” and blamed the unwashed for the WHO’s failure to jab 100% during its vaccine drives. He gushed praise for a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation-funded vax group “for reaching the incredible milestone of immunizing one billion children.”

The WHO’s approval of its titanic , nearly $7-billion funding increase, “illustrates that global health as a discipline has completely lost the plot and been taken over by people interested in making a profit,” said Dr. David Bell, a public health physician, biotech consultant and former director of Global Health Technologies at Intellectual Ventures Global Good Fund.

Among the WHO’s budget priorities are the expansion of universal health coverage, protection of the world from health emergencies and promotion of “better health and well-being for one billion and more people.” Also, the WHO claimed it will spend the funds on the support of countries, polio eradication, special programs and emergency operations.

The WHO also raises more funds from private individuals, attracts new donors and enhances “political support for the full financing of the base segment of WHO’s program budget through a year-long, inclusive engagement process that culminates in a high-visibility financing event.”

The WHO also announced that the organization will partner with the globalist Rockefeller Foundation “to strengthen the WHO Hub for Pandemic and Epidemic Intelligence.”

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