Part 2: The UN-WHO Connection and the H1N1 Scandal
According to their website, the mission of the WHO is to “promote health, keep the world safe, and serve the vulnerable.” Of course, there are many well-intentioned individuals working with the organization who take these values to heart. But as an organization and especially at the leadership level, how has the WHO measured up to their own Mission Statement over the years?
The WHO and the UN
The WHO is a sub-organization of the United Nations. The United Nations was created in 1945, and its Charter describes its purpose as striving to “maintain international peace and security,” to “develop friendly relations among nations,” to “achieve international cooperation,” and to “be a center for harmonizing the actions of nations.” The WHO was birthed out of the philosophical framework and funding of the UN with the drafting of the WHO constitution on April 7, 1948.
On paper, this all sounds pretty good—great even! Ultimately, however, these altruistic aims are just a cover story. The UN was created as a vehicle for big business interests first and foremost, as well as for the puppet governments and nation-state leaders that big business has controlled throughout the years.
At its inception, the UN itself was actually a rebranding of what was then called the League of Nations. This was an “intergovernmental organization” formed at the famous “Treaty of Versailles” peace conference in 1920 that officially terminated World War I.
Guess who was behind the creation of the League of Nations? None other than the Rockefeller family. You know, the same Rockefellers that single-handedly created the Big Pharma industry in the United States and systematically destroyed natural medicine along the way? The other major funder of the League of Nations was the Rothschild family.
Not much has changed in terms of loyalty since then, except that the relationships between the WHO in particular and its big business “partners” have become more blatant in recent years. Prior to the 2009 global economic recession, the United Nations was the main contributor of funding for the WHO. Now, between 60 and 70 percent of the WHO annual budget is made up of donations from countries, private foundations, and big business, such as pharmaceutical companies.
How Special Interests Control the WHO
One of the ways that special interest groups wield power at the WHO is through industry-loyal “consultants.” Pharmaceutical companies, for example, donate large amounts of cash as well as promises of ongoing funding to the WHO for specific programs (and also to potentially line the pockets of WHO leadership). As part of the arrangement, the WHO agrees to bring in company reps who act as consultants. These individuals are often scientists, engineers, and other specialists. They consult within the WHO network while still being on the Big Pharma company payroll. Big Pharma consultants have great influence in what WHO puts out as well as the actual programs that they engage in.
Often these “consultants” are quite open about their industry ties, at least within the WHO organization. The WHO requires consultants to sign documents disclosing what industries a person may be affiliated with. Sometimes these documents are filled out; sometimes, they are not. Even when they are filled out, it’s up to WHO management to flag a consultant as having a potential “conflict of interest.” When millions of dollars are on the line, it is easy to see how such paperwork can simply “slip through the cracks.”
A new documentary that exposes corruption in the WHO is the film TrustWHO, written by Lilian Franck, Robert Cibis, and Anja Neraal, directed by Lilian Franck and Thomas Schlottmann and narrated by Lilian Franck. The film is distributed by Journeyman Pictures in the UK. TrustWHO has only been out since February 2020 and has already been banned by Vimeo. We will talk a little bit more about the WHO and censorship later in this series.
One expert featured predominantly in the film is journalist Robert Parsons, who has been writing about the WHO for the last 20 years.
“The WHO has been infiltrated by big business from the beginning,” says Parsons in an interview for the documentary.
H1N1 and the Vaccine Agenda
The WHO has been at the mercy of industries such as the tobacco lobby and the nuclear power industry for decades. Besides Big Tech, Big Pharma is the industry that appears to control the strings at the WHO these days. As we shall see, the names and agendas behind Big Pharma and Big Tech are often the same.
One word can describe this agenda: vaccines.
In reality, the World Health Organization has been promoting vaccines worldwide from the beginning. Its first major push was during the 1960s with the smallpox vaccine.
The WHO’s take on vaccines is in lock-step with its parent organization. Goal #3 of the United Nation’s 17 Goals (SD17) put forth as part of its “2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” created in 2015 is focused on health. Its calling card reads: “Good Health and Wellbeing-Vaccinate Your Children.”
You may recall that, at the beginning of the Swine Flu, or H1N1, outbreak of 2009, the World Health Organization announced that the “global pandemic” could potentially affect two billion people worldwide.
At the time, the mainstream media ran with the story like wildfire, causing global panic. Yes, swine flu was real. But in the end, it turned out to be nothing more than a blip on the radar. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control estimated that it ultimately affected roughly 0.001 to 0.007 percent of the world’s population, not a third as the WHO had predicted.
So maybe the WHO just called it wrong (again). Mistakes happen, right? Sadly, it appears that this wasn’t the case. In 2010, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), a review body composed of democratically-elected members of parliament from 47 countries, conducted an investigation into whether the H1N1 pandemic was exaggerated to sell vaccines.
“In order to promote their patented drugs and vaccines against flu, pharmaceutical companies influenced scientists and official agencies, responsible for public health standards, to alarm governments worldwide and make them squander tight health resources for inefficient vaccine strategies and needlessly expose millions of healthy people to the risk of an unknown amount of side-effects of insufficiently tested vaccines,” a PACE resolution states. “The ‘bird-flu’-campaign (2005/06) combined with the ‘swine-flu’-campaign seem to have caused a great deal of damage not only to some vaccinated patients and to public health-budgets, but to the credibility and accountability of important international health-agencies.”
In other words, prior to the outbreak, many countries, including Great Britain, France and Italy, had actually made “secret pacts” with major pharmaceutical companies. These contracts stipulated that nation-states must purchase a certain amount of Swine flu vaccines, but only if the WHO also agreed to issue a Stage 6 pandemic warning.
According to Dr. Wolfgang Woodarg, Chairman of the PACE Health Committee at the time, “[t]he WHO initiated health measures worldwide…Glaxo Novartis, Sanofi, they had all launched new vaccine production programs to produce the vaccine for this pandemic. They all had made agreements with nation-states. And since they had invested so much in this but couldn’t sell the vaccine, because there was no pandemic and no sign of a flu outbreak – they fabricated a pandemic.”
Why is this relevant to what is happening today? According to the Centre for Research on Globalization, “[t]he same people and institutions, including the Gates Foundation, who today are pushing for COVID-19 vaccine were actively involved in support of the H1N1 vaccine.”