Tuesday, 11 May 2010

WHO Moving Ahead on Billions in Internet and Other Global Taxes

Nobody asked you. This is global government.

The World Health Organization (WHO), the United Nations' public health arm, is moving full speed ahead with a controversial plan to impose global consumer taxes on such things as Internet activity and everyday financial transactions like paying bills online — while its spending soars and its own financial house is in disarray.

The aim of its taxing plans is to raise "tens of billions" of dollars for WHO that would be used to radically reorganize the research, development, production and distribution of medicines around the world, with greater emphasis on drugs for communicable diseases in poor countries.

The irony is that the WHO push to take a huge bite out of global consumers comes as the organization is having a management crisis of its own, juggling finances, failing to use its current resources efficiently, or keep its costs under control — and it doesn't expect to show positive results in managing those challenges until a year from now, at the earliest.

Fox News initially reported last January on the "suite of proposals" for "new and innovative sources of funding," prepared by a 25-member panel of medical experts, academics and health care bureaucrats, when it was presented of a meeting of WHO's 34-member Executive Board in Geneva.

34 members eh. Proposals from 25 people eh. And they want this to trump the property rights of billions. This is what Rockefeller called ‘a global government of bankers and intellectual elites to rule the world’.

Now the proposals are headed for the four-day annual meeting of the 193-member World Health Assembly, WHO's chief legislative organ, which begins in Geneva on May 17.

The Health Assembly, a medical version of the United Nations General Assembly, will be invited to "take note" of the experts' report. It will then head back with that passive endorsement to another Executive Board meeting, which begins May 22, for further action. It is the Executive Board that will "give effect" to the Assembly's decisions.

What it all means is that a major lobbying effort could soon be underway to convince rich governments in particular to begin taxing citizens or industries to finance a drastic restructuring of medical research and development on behalf of poorer ones.

What rich governments? Everyone is in debt to the same global corporate bankers that set up the UN in the first place. Debts that shouldn’t exist because governments should be printing the money, not private banks, but it’s all part of the scam.

The scheme would leave WHO in the middle, helping to manage a "global health research and innovation coordination and funding mechanism," as the experts' report calls it.


This is what I’ve been saying all along. The global government will intended on essentially abolishing private property rights for the entire human race, which is then claims it will ‘redistribute’ according to need.

What does that remind you of?

1 comment:

Hughman said...

How do they plan on taxing us? They aren't a State. I can't be a National of the WHO.
Levees off governments? (who will refuse to hand it over because they have enough sense)

If this shit goes down, I reckon this could be a straw that breaks the camel's back. We can be taxed by our State and by the EU. we can live with international breakdowns in our liberty (see being hunted down by Interpol or prosecuted for crimes by your State when you aren't on their soil, or best yet, being assassinated when you're not on your State's soil)