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The World Health Organization’s #1 Donor REVEALED

Can you guess who it is?

According to the latest reports, Bill & Melinda Gates’ non-profit organization is the single biggest private donor to the World Health Organization (WHO), accounting for roughly 88% of their private funding pool.

Effectively, this means that this foundation is actually the one pulling the strings and running the WHO—if the U.S. pulled out of the WHO today, Gates’ foundation would be the biggest donor. …

Everyone reading this has long been aware of the WHO-Gates connection, but most readers are unaware of the exact level of the ‘partnership’ between the two. …

This would explain much of what we have been seeing over the last 3 years and exactly why the “WHO Pandemic Treaty” must be rescinded and rejected at all levels.

Here are the facts:

Euro News explains:

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation alone is responsible for over 88 per cent of the total amount donated by philanthropic foundations to the WHO.

Other contributors include the Bloomberg Family Foundation (3.5 per cent), the Wellcome Trust (1.1 per cent) and the Rockefeller Foundation (0.8 per cent).

While the shape of WHO’s total budget has changed over the years, the Gates Foundation has consistently remained among its top contributors.

In 2018-2019, the United States was the largest donor at $893 million, accounting for around 15 per cent of WHO’s budget. The Gates Foundation came only second, with $531 million.


According to Fox News:

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation donates millions annually to a nongovernmental organization which claims that children are born sexual and should learn about “commercial sex work” under 10 years of age.

The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) – a separate entity from the U.S. nonprofit – wields significant influence on global sex education.

The NGO comprises 120 independent organizations in over 146 countries and has received – including its European network – over $80M from Gates. Other significant donors included the World Health Organization.


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