What do these three have in common?

Elon Musk, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, and One Nation’s Senator Malcolm Roberts may seem like an unlikely trio, but recent events have shown that they share a common concern – a heightened interest in the overreach of the World Health Organization (WHO).

Senator Roberts has been vocal in his criticism of the WHO, accusing the organisation of slowly taking control of every aspect of Australian life and development.  

This criticism caught the attention of Elon Musk, who tweeted his 132 million followers, "Countries should not cede authority to WHO." WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus responded by stating, "Countries aren't ceding sovereignty to @WHO," but then further added, "If any politician or businessperson, or anyone at all is confused about what the pandemic accord is and isn't, we would be more than happy to discuss it and explain it." 

Many folks have expressed concerns about the WHO's lack of transparency and independence. The organisation's budget is largely funded by corporate donors, with Bill Gates being one of its largest contributors. Critics have accused Gates of buying the WHO, with the organisation now promoting his products, including vaccines. 

Moreover, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has a controversial past, having previously been the health minister of a terrorist organisation called the Tigray People's Liberation Front. He has been accused of using international aid to buy power and punish his enemies, with regions of Ethiopia suffering disastrous cholera epidemics under his leadership. Independent investigators have accused him of being "fully complicit in the terrible suffering and dying that continues to spread in East Africa." 

The recent WHO sex crimes scandal has only further highlighted concerns about the organisation's leadership. At least 83 WHO staff members were found to have engaged in sexual exploitation during the Congo's recent Ebola outbreak, with victims as young as 13. Despite calls for the perpetrators to be fired, the WHO refused to take action, claiming that their actions did not violate their sexual exploitation policies. 

One Nation rejects the UN-WHO power grab and is committed to defending Australia's sovereignty. It is essential to remain vigilant and scrutinize the actions of international organizations to ensure they operate transparently and with respect for human rights. The recent events involving Elon Musk, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, and Senator Malcolm Roberts should serve as a reminder of the importance of remaining vigilant against abuses of power. 


On Tuesday 28/3/23 Senator Malcolm Roberts asked the Australian Senate to inquire into the WHO's Pandemic Treaty. The request was refused, narrowly, but we won't give up. 

Why did the Senate vote to reject a pandemic treaty inquiry if W.H.O. and the Australian Government have nothing to hide? 

Other Senator’s co-signed the motion. But, the inquiry was blocked by Senators from the Labor/Greens alliance and Senators Pocock and Thorpe. Watch the betrayal below.



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