20 thoughts on “3 shocking facts about the WHO leader you need to know”
  1. Buying this shirt is a good way to fight back, and sharing the Gangnam video version of it, too. It only has a smattering of views which is strange (not) so best to share it, and share Avi's original. Laugh them into shape.

  2. Im Zimbabwean and in Africa we have lots of dirt on Tedros. To add on to what you mentioned, he has covered up 2 yes 2! Cholera outbreaks in Ethiopia. He was bossom buddies with the former leader of Eritrea from 15+ years ago. Tedros is Eritrean and became Ethiopian when his birthtown was returned to Ethiopian rule. Tedros has also covered up an Ebola outbreak in Liberia allegedly. Our dictator Mugabe was close to the WHO for wrong reasons. They felt compelled to nominate him as goodwill ambassador to WHO but when the Zimbabwean people and many human rights organisations ridiculed the decision, they withdrew their gesture. Zim has a barely functioning health system thanks to corruption and mismanagement. African leaders are known to be corrupt and sadistic. Avi next time we have a protest or election in Zimbabwe, come along and see chaos, violence and vote rigging at it's best.

  3. You wonder who runs our country and how we collect our intelligence and who from ??? Then ask why are Australians so lazy and don't research who and why they should vote for … Party politics has run its course .

  4. テドロス・アダノムと習近平は世界を我が物にしようと企んでいる。奴等には地獄に送っても飽きたら無い。
    Tedros Adanom and Xi Jinping are plotting and trying to the world in my things. They will never get tired of sending them to hell.

  5. Just like we taxpayers all fund our government, but our leaders got owned by the globalists and|or the CCP. So our government no longer work for us. Why are the stories so similar I wonder? Is it that the same people are behind the whole thing? Just guessing.

  6. Born in the city of Asmara, Eritrea, Dr Tedros holds a Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) in Community Health from the University of Nottingham and a Master of Science (MSc) in Immunology of Infectious Diseases from the University of London. Dr Tedros is globally recognised as a health scholar, researcher, and diplomat with first-hand experience in research, operations, and leadership in emergency responses to epidemics.

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