Bill Gates with his mentor Warren Buffet.

Bill Gates with his mentor Warren Buffet. Original image source.

by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News

It has been widely reported in the Alternative Media this past week that the World Health Organization (WHO) is drafting a new “Pandemic Agreement” that would turn over all future pandemic responses to the WHO and would be legally binding worldwide.

The New American (among others) covered this with two articles this week:

U.S. to Negotiate Accord to Transfer Pandemic Management to WHO

WHO Calls for Global Surveillance to Ensure No One Escapes Vaccination (apparently they removed this article from their site??)

The WHO, however, is simply a puppet organization that is funded by Globalist Billionaires, so let’s put some faces to this organization and reveal who is really behind this effort to vaccinate every single person on the planet, and then track everyone via digital IDs.

It is commonly reported in the media that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is one of the largest contributors to the WHO, second only to the United States, and outspending all other nations of the world.

But this is not entirely correct. The actual truth is that Bill Gates, along with the organizations he controls, is, by far, the LARGEST contributor to the WHO.

Only 13% of the WHO budget comes from assessed contributions, which are set amounts paid by member-state governments, scaled by income and population, of which the United States is the largest donor.

The other 87% comes from mostly private institutions and individuals.

The WHO has two primary sources of revenue:

  • assessed contributions (set amounts expected to be paid by member-state governments, scaled by income and population) and
  • voluntary contributions (other funds provided by member states, plus contributions from private organizations and individuals).

Most assessed contributions are considered “core” funding, meaning they are flexible funds that are often used to cover general expenses and program activities.

Voluntary contributions, on the other hand, are often “specified” funds, meaning they are earmarked by donors for certain activities.

Several decades ago, the majority of the WHO’s revenue came from assessed contributions, but over time, voluntary contributions have come to comprise the greater share of the WHO’s budget. (Source.)

Apart from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, GAVI, The Vaccine Alliance, which is another organization started and funded by Bill and Melinda Gates, is one of the major sources of funding for the WHO. (Source.)

In fact, the amount of funds that flow through GAVI is so great, that it could be stated that the WHO is a branch of GAVI.

The WHO budget for 2022-2023 has been set at $6.12 billion, but the WHO’s actual revenue and expenditures can deviate from the budgeted amount, such as when additional resources are received and directed in response to health emergencies, including COVID-19. (Source.)

GAVI took in over $8.8 billion of revenue from 2016 to 2020, and the budget for 2021 to 2025 is over $21.4 billion, of which $9.75 billion is for COVAX AMC, the COVID-19 Vaccines Advance Market Commitment. (Source.)

GAVI actually brings in more revenue for vaccines than the entire WHO budget. To see a list of donors, which includes both the private sector and national governments, go here.

How did Bill Gates Acquire All this Wealth and Power?

Warren Buffet, Charlie Rose, Melinda Gates, Bill Gates. June 26, 2006.

Bill Gates undoubtedly amassed a great deal of wealth as the founder of Microsoft. But on June 26, 2006, a major announcement was made that dramatically changed the course of his career, and for the world.

On that day, it was announced that billionaire Warren Buffet had become the 3rd trustee of the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation, pledging tens of billions of dollars to the foundation, allowing Bill Gates to resign from Microsoft and work full-time for the foundation.

I remember watching this announced in an interview with Charlie Rose back then. It took me a while to find the interview (Charlie Rose is not as popular as he used to be after he was fired from PBS and CBS in 2017 over allegations of sexual harassment), but I did find a copy that only had a couple hundred views, and I have uploaded it to our Bitchute channel.

The interview is almost 52 minutes, but well worth watching.

Warren Buffett basically took the younger Bill Gates under his tutelage and educated him on philanthropy using the Rockefeller Foundation as a guide, and the Carnegie “gospel of wealth” philosophy. Buffet’s belief is that it is wrong to leave all of one’s wealth to their children, and that the wealthy should instead use it for the “good of society.”

According to their beliefs, “global health” and education are the means to effect change in society. Global health is defined as focusing on vaccines, family planning, “reproductive rights,” and population control.

This is a fascinating interview, and I am glad I was able to find it. As you listen to the veteran billionaire and his tutoring of the younger billionaire, you will easily be able to see their altruistic humility in supposedly being concerned about humanity, and how they believe that their wealth can cure all the ailments of the world, as they talk down to governments who they believe need to get on board with their plans.

A few years after this union in philanthropy between Buffett and the Gateses, they appealed to other billionaires around the world to join them in The Giving Pledge.

In August 2010, 40 of America’s wealthiest people made a commitment to give the majority of their wealth to address some of society’s most pressing problems.

Created by Warren Buffett, Melinda French Gates, and Bill Gates, the Giving Pledge came to life following a series of conversations with philanthropists about how they could set a new standard of generosity among the ultra-wealthy. While originally focused on the United States, the Giving Pledge quickly saw interest from philanthropists around the world.

The Giving Pledge is a simple concept: an open invitation for billionaires, or those who would be if not for their giving, to publicly commit to give the majority of their wealth to philanthropy either during their lifetimes or in their wills.

It is inspired by the example set by millions of people at all income levels who give generously – and often at great personal sacrifice – to make the world better.

Envisioned as a multi-generational effort, the Giving Pledge aims over time to help shift the social norms of philanthropy among the world’s wealthiest and inspire people to give more, establish their giving plans sooner, and give in smarter ways. (Source.)

What does the Giving Pledge aim to achieve?

Through individuals coming forward and being explicit and public about their intentions to give the majority of their wealth to philanthropy, it is hoped that:

  • The social norm that the wealthiest people are expected to give the majority of their wealth to philanthropy and charitable causes will be strengthened.
  • Philanthropists committed to large scale, high-impact giving will come together to exchange knowledge, experiences, and lessons learned from their philanthropy.
  • Conversations, discussions, and action will be inspired, not just about how much to give but also for what purposes and to what ends.

What is the role of large-scale philanthropy today in society?

We live in a critical time where innovation and advances in technology are redefining what’s possible.

The COVID-19 pandemic and the worsening social and economic inequities it has exposed have shown that problems affecting the world are complex, and solving them requires the collaboration of governments, non-profits, academic institutions, and businesses.

Philanthropists can play an important role as catalysts, focusing on areas where existing funding is scarce, or that governments and businesses can’t or won’t fund. (Source – emphasis mine.)

As Warren Buffett states in the interview from 2006, he is successful because he does what he does best, investing, and he invests in other people who know more than he does on other topics, and for philanthropy, he chose Bill Gates and his foundation.

With The Giving Pledge, many other billionaires now also trust Bill Gates with the management of their philanthropic giving, which today is centered mostly on global health and vaccines.

Here is an 8-minute video that Spiro Skouras produced in March of 2020, just as the COVID scam was being introduced, about what Bill Gates’ plans were in regards to the “the new digital financial system” and the “international surveillance state.”

This plan has been in the work for years now.

Everything that Spiro discussed in this video from 2020 is exactly what the WHO is now planning, except that Spiro attributed it to Bill Gates, not the WHO.

And that’s because they are one and the same.

So who owns and controls the WHO? Bill Gates and his billionaire friends.


How Bill Gates Monopolized Global Health

Bill Gates Documentary Reveals Ties to Pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and Eugenics Movement

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