Germany and France Quit WHO Reform Talks

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Exclusive: Germany and France quit WHO reform talks amid tension with Washington – sources

Health Editor’s Note: Since Trump is pulling away from WHO I guess other countries are disinclined to be told what to do by the U.S.  I cannot blame them, but the entire world will be placed in a worse place if all countries cannot work together to avoid or cure global issues/problems.The COVID-19 pandemic is a huge case in point!….Carol

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  1. Oversight, and management of US healthcare was taken from WHO, and CDC, and given to DHS, FBI, NSA, DEA, CIA, healthcare experts. Without explanation. FEMA that would normally manage emergency healthcare, is apparently busy with other things.
    WHO, and CDC are corrupt to their core, same as all NGO alphabet organisations, and agencies, and the United Nations they’re attatched to.
    100% Zionist Khazar owned, and operated. This made these “healthcare organizations about as useful as tits on a boar. Unless you’re a Globalist, and are donating heavily to fund their “research.” Which Rockefeller Foundation, Gates Foundation, Clinton Foundation do.
    Gates funds all kind of research, worldwide, The Wuhan

  2. We now clearly find ourselves in league with the country we evicted to become independent and at odds with the country who helped us.

    I say again, Britain and Israel selected Trump. We have been following their lead since Cambridge Analytica.

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