Global Health Agenda: The WHO, Gates, and Blackrock Working Together

In an era where global health concerns are at the forefront of public discourse, a startling revelation emerged.

The World Health Organization (WHO), backed by influential billionaires and financial corporations, is quietly expanding its reach and control over international health regulations.

The WHO is currently spearheading a comprehensive initiative for pandemic prevention, which includes a Pandemic Treaty and significant changes to health regulations.

These changes, expected to be finalized by next year, could potentially grant the WHO unprecedented power over global health policies.

The key players in this global health arena are not elected governments but three private foundations: the Rockefeller Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and Bloomberg Philanthropies.

These foundations, with their vast endowments, have significant influence over the WHO, Big Pharma, and Big Finance, effectively shaping global health policies through investment, research funding, political lobbying, and policy advising.

Bill Gates and Michael Bloomberg, two of the most influential figures in this scenario, have been collaborating for decades.

Their partnership solidified during an informal gathering of billionaires at Rockefeller University in 2009, organized by the Gates Foundation. This alliance further materialized with the launch of an international anti-smoking campaign aimed at changing legislation in numerous countries.

Johns Hopkins University plays a crucial role within this network, housing the “Bloomberg School of Public Health” and the “Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health.”

The university is part of a network of institutions that cooperate with pharmaceutical giant Pfizer in the “Pfizer’s Center for Therapeutic Innovation” (CTI) network.

The Rockefeller Foundation, another key player, is also a member of Pfizer’s CTI network. This collaboration has a controversial history, including a lawsuit against the foundation and Johns Hopkins University for a medical experiment conducted in Guatemala in the 1940s.

The WHO’s current president, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, is a staunch supporter of this network. His ties to the Gates Foundation and the Clinton Foundation date back to his tenure as Ethiopia’s Health Minister.

These connections are crucial in understanding the genesis of the WHO Pandemic Treaty and the planned changes to international health guidelines.

The proposed changes to global health regulations could potentially shift the decision-making power from democratic parliaments to these private foundations and financial interests.

This raises serious concerns about the preservation of our democracy and the protection of fundamental and civil rights. It is now imperative to scrutinize the ratification of the Pandemic Treaty and the proposed changes to international health regulations.

This article appeared in Conservative Cardinal and has been published here with permission.

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