CDC – WHO – NGO’s Fighting Pandemics: Where The Money Flows

Why was the CDC so ill prepared?   Where has all their money been directed?   Why has the former CDC Director under the reign of Obama suddenly come out condemning the US response to Coronavirus?   The answers are inter-linked and tell a story of deception:

Ever hear of the CDC “Foundation”?   It operates as a charitable NGO that claims to direct and manage CDC programs in the US and 140 countries. The Foundation forges partners between the CDC and ‘others’ so as to enhance the impact of the CDC.

What – others?  Where?

According to their IRS form 990 – their grant making for 2017 was roughly $24 million out of revenue of $62 million.   NET Assets were nearly $97million – $70 million in investments and $40 million in Cash!  Not a bad take for a Non-Profit!

Where was it spent?   It is almost easier to say where it wasn’t spent – which would be the United States. The countries receiving the cash grant funds included; east Asia, Central America, Russia, Middle East/Africa, and Europe.   In fact the total cash disbursed in the US was $167,700 or .7%!     Of course they do provide ‘non-cash assistance’ to the CDC as well as other organizations in the US which apparently includes shared data, as well as assistance to the CDC in their quest for disease prevention in Haiti, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Tanzania, etc..

Non-Cash is apparently similar to ‘other’ – it has no specific definition.

Funding for the CDC Foundation comes from the same sources; Knight Foundation, Gates Foundation, Bloomberg, MacArthur Foundation, Kaiser, Rockefeller, Rothschild, Hilton, multiple pharmaceuticals, vaccine makers, CNN, WHO, US Army and Navy, etc… etc…

While the Federal government CDC claims to protect America from disease outbreaks – it works ‘globally’.   Money can be spent in Africa, but worded to benefit the US, and thus the grant muddies.

The CDC claims it spends $5 billion on free vaccines for ‘children’, Ebola and Zika prevention, opioid analyses, and $1.3 billion for ‘public health emergency preparedness’.   Sounds good in theory, but there are multiple agencies within HHS getting government taxpayer money for the exact same claims;   Indian Health Services, NIH, Health Resource and Services Authority, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration, and Administration for Children and Families.

In addition, there is a Public Health Emergency Fund allocated $3.27 billion annually which claims to spend it’s budget on “Nationwide Healthcare System Readiness and Response” working with public – and private sectors.     The private sector is the – key.  It is the funnel, the laundering mechanism.

The Emergency Fund awards money to various pharmaceuticals through BARDA (Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority) to combat the threats of Ebola, Anthrax, Botulism, Smallpox and various nerve agents.  Smallpox?

While attempting to find who these CDC and NGO and government partnerships include, I came upon a page that lists Global Health Stories of successes by the CDC.   Five stories emerged for it’s US detail which listed malaria, dengue fever, Zika, yellow Nile, and Chagas Disease.   Thailand and South Africa seemed to be the focal points for CDC global health although 39 countries were listed.

In essence, the CDC is spending an inordinate amount of money outside of the US, and while we may be saving the world, we are NOT saving the US!

Where did all the money go?

The Health and Human Services Department was also responsible for the development and implementation of Obamacare.

The estimate was that Obamacare would cost $1.27 trillion by 2025.   But in fact, it is far, far greater.   According to the CBO, the NET cost in 2019 alone was $737 billion and expected cost for 2029 is $1.31 trillion.   Where would the money come from?

It’s FREE!

NGO’s are NOT paying for it.  In fact, we are as taxpayers in diverted funds from wherever there are funds available, as in the CDC and HHS, anywhere else remotely applicable!

Why doesn’t the CDC have the funds for preparedness and test kits as they are supposed to?   Why is NIH giving grants money to China’s Thousand Talent Program recipients?   Why are we diverting precious HHS taxpayer funds to 140 different countries across the globe?   Why is the US the largest contributor to the World Health Organization $4.5 billion annual budget – funding again World Health, not the US?

Among WHO’s list of achievements is the eradication of smallpox.   But according to the HHS Emergency Fund, one of their targets today is to fund the eradication of smallpox… Today, WHO claims their focus is – diet.

There are 14 separate NGO’s working to prevent Ebola.   In 2015, the Clinton Global Initiative launched a ‘campaign’ claiming they would eradicate all epidemics – in Africa, in collaboration with; Management Sciences for Health, Save The Children, and the International Medical Corps.   Funding came from USAID, Gates Foundation and the UN. Focus included Haiti, Tohoku and Nepal .  USAID and the UN – taxpayer dollars.

The circle of NGO’s fighting the same crisis is all about grant money, a laundering scheme wherein money is circled through the system amongst a select few ‘charitable’ organizations all claiming to make progress against some dastardly disease, only to spend the preponderance of funds on salaries and overhead. And a large chunk of that money has historically come from the US Federal Government – Taxpayers!

The cruel joke is that when Europe, China, Canada, Australia claim they are diligently spending funds to combat a particular crisis – likely those funds came from US Taxpayers! And when the CDC, WHO, and all the NGO’s within claim they are not ready for the issue they were created to attend – the likely reason is because the funds were either spent in Africa, China or Europe, or that they don’t want to tap their burgeoning ‘investments and CASH’ while maintaining their non-profit status and charitable designation…

And then there is Obamacare.

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