Post 31: What has the Australian Public found out about Globalist Organisations’ during the coronavirus outbreak?

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.There are many things Australian’s have observed during this Global pandemic. One is the suspect advice given by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to its member states. The WHO is an agency of the United Nations. Their primary role is to direct and coordinate international health. They are funded by 194 member states.[1] The USA provides the major source of funding.[2] Australia also provides significant funds coming in the 6th highest out of 194 countries.[3]

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In early February the Australia Government barred non-citizens arriving from China to combat the spread of the coronavirus.[4] Australian citizens welcomed this virus mitigation measure. In stark contrast WHO Director General Dr Tedros Ghebreyesus slammed this action. He accused Australia of inciting “fear and stigma” by denying entry to travellers from China, saying there was “no reason for measures that unnecessarily interfere with international travel and trade”.[5]

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When the WHO finally declared an international heath emergency on 30 January 2020, 5 million people had already left Wuhan, spreading the disease inside China and overseas.[6]

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Its little wonder therefore, President Donald Trump has halted the U.S. funding of the World Health Organization he has accused of mismanaging the coronavirus.[7] Not surprisingly Australian PM Scott Morrison has called out the WHO for what he called a puzzling decision for supporting the reopening of China’s “deadly and diseased” wet markets.[8]

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Population Research WA commends the Australian government for rejecting advice and criticism from the unreliable World Health Organisation.

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References.

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  1. World Health Organisation, ‘About WHO’, 2020 <https://www.who.int/about> [accessed 15 April 2020].

  2. World Health Organisation, ‘WHO | Budget’, WHO (World Health Organization, 2020) <http://www.who.int/about/finances-accountability/budget/en/> [accessed 15 April 2020].

  3. World Health Organisation, ‘Investing for a Healthier World’, 2020 <https://www.who.int/about/planning-finance-and-accountability/financing-campaign> [accessed 15 April 2020].

  4. Breitbart, London, ‘TRAVEL BAN: Australia Shuts Down Travel from Coronavirus-Hit China’, Breitbart, 2020 <https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2020/02/01/travel-ban-australia-shuts-down-travel-coronavirus-hit-china/> [accessed 15 April 2020].

  5. Frank Chung, ‘WHO Has “No Credibility Left to Lose”’, Daily Mercury, 2020 <https://www.dailymercury.com.au/news/who-has-no-credibility-left-to-lose/3987813/> [accessed 15 April 2020].

  6. Matthew Henderson, Dr Alan Mendoza, Dr Andrew Foxall, James Rogers, and Sam Armstrong, ‘Compensation for Coronavirus?’, Henry Jackson Society, 2020 <https://henryjacksonsociety.org/publications/coronaviruscompensation/> [accessed 7 April 2020].

  7. Victor Reklaitis, ‘Trump Says U.S. Will Stop Funding World Health Organization’, MarketWatch, 2020 <https://www.marketwatch.com/story/trump-says-us-will-stop-funding-world-health-organization-2020-04-14> [accessed 15 April 2020].

  8. Daniel McCulloch, ‘PM Puzzled by Unfathomable Animal Markets’, The Canberra Times, 2020 <https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/6721620/pm-puzzled-by-unfathomable-animal-markets/> [accessed 15 April 2020].

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