The World Health Organization (W.H.O.) on Wednesday demanded “wealthy countries” pay them $16 billion in cash upfront to drive coronavirus schemes in developing countries, including mass vaccination rollouts.
Having only raised $814 million for its $23.4 billion 2021-2022 budget for the ACT-accelerator scheme – which provides developing countries “access to” vaccines, treatments, coronavirus tests, and PPE – the W.H.O. said the rapid cash injection could finish off coronavirus as a global health emergency this year, as AFP reports.
Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the globalist organization, has said “if higher-income countries pay their fair share” of the ACT-Accelerator scheme “we can end COVID-19 as a global health emergency this year.”
Tedros has previously been exposed as a member of Ethiopia’s “violent and powerful communist” party known as the Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front, as well as acting in concert with Communist China by assisting them in covering up the origins of the pandemic, with the W.H.O suggesting there was “no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission”, as their official guidance in January 2020.
The demands by Tedros for nations to “share” the tools “science gave us” to counter coronavirus “globally in solidarity” reflects those ideological links.
South Africa co-chairs the ACT-Accelerator Facilitation Council, with South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, the head of the far-left African National Congress (ANC) calling the ACT-Accelerator scheme “the best solution to the inequities the world”, particularly in “Africa.”
Ramaphosa has also called for international “solidarity” and said that alongside the other co-chair, Norway, they have written to “more than 50 heads of state and government” demanding they “contribute their fair share” to the ACT scheme.
The South African President echoed Tedros’ words that “the longer inequitable access to COVID-19 vaccines, tests and treatments persist, the longer the pandemic will persist”.
Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre of Norway has also ordered nations to deliver more funds more often as ” no-one is safe until everyone is.”
An online petition calling both for the resignation of World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and the inclusion of Taiwan in the globalist body was nearing one million signatures Sunday morning.