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Oct 6, 2023Liked by Shabnam Palesa Mohamed

Amazing news Shabnam

This country needs the corrupt blood sucking WHO out

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Oct 6, 2023Liked by Shabnam Palesa Mohamed

Brilliant news Shabnam, that's great for South Africa to lead the way! Now, for the rest of the continent to follow suit, awesome.

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Oct 6, 2023Liked by Shabnam Palesa Mohamed

If I recall correctly, Africa led the way/slowed things down the last time ~ πŸ‘.

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Oct 6, 2023Liked by Shabnam Palesa Mohamed

Minister Pandor you need to be made aware that we the people have absolutely no confidence in parliamentary processes. How could we when governments are all registered corporations linked to and co funded by greedy elites who care not for the herd.

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Oct 6, 2023Liked by Shabnam Palesa Mohamed

When you say "South Africa leads the way" on this, presumably this means civil society organizations, but NOT as yet the government? This could be misunderstood from a quick reading of this article and lead people to undue optimism and lack of action pressuring the government?

"On Saturday 30 November 2023, the WHO Withdrawal Bill was handed to political party (African Christian Democratic Party) member of parliament Steve Swart" we're in early October, so was that 2022 or some earlier month this year, it needs correcting.

Also FYI in some slides you have presented on the 11 nations that put a spanner in the works of WHO currently, you've got the flags and one is of the US-vassal south Korea, but it was as you know the DPRK which was among the 11, and the flag is very different, perhaps that can be corrected.

May Almighty Allah reward you abundantly for all the wonderful work you are doing and we hope to be able to replicate and expand upon this toward Victory.

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Oct 7, 2023Liked by Shabnam Palesa Mohamed

Great news. Thank you Shabnam. We just have to be more vigilant, lest they snake their way, back into secret agreement with the sold out parliament & government officials. My signature is there against the WHO( world HELL organization )

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Oct 6, 2023Liked by Shabnam Palesa Mohamed

What a fighting spirit you have! Imagine a just, free and fair world....seems possible all of a sudden.

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Oct 7, 2023Liked by Shabnam Palesa Mohamed

This is indeed exciting news! Thank you for sharing it, and for blessed work. You have God and the angels of South Africa and the world surrounding you. Let's pray, this is the beginning of the 100th monkey omen!

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Oct 6, 2023Liked by Shabnam Palesa Mohamed

This is incredible work Shabnam and I am so grateful to you. You have brought tears to my eyes with the love you have put into your work. I think the UN should be disbanded. It does nothing of what the charter says and maybe one day we will all live in peace and harmony and love. Thank you so much and God Bless you.

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Oct 6, 2023Β·edited Oct 6, 2023Liked by Shabnam Palesa Mohamed

An observation that may need further investigation if possible: funding of the WHO. If you look at the list of funding on their website, what stood out to me were some things I've not heard anyone talk about before: The DRC Congo is contributing almost 1.5% of WHO funds! When you compare that to other countries it is even more than 10 times that of major western states such as Australia. In fact, when you look at many of those who were the most vociferous in leading the way of PHEIC implementation in their countries to the massive detriment of their populations, for example Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand, these countries have only tiny contributions so small that they approach 0.0% and some are so small they're listed as 0%.

So if anyone is following and thinking, what this means is that those GOVERNMENTS implementing the WHO dictat most religiously such as Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand etc are not contributing any real funds to the WHO, but DRC is contributing way beyond countries such as Japan, Germany, and other western countries. Someone needs to ask DRC why they are spending African wealth on WHO but not on their own people. And its interesting that those who are the loudest advocates of WHO are not financing it at the government level.

Edit: and these countries especially Thailand as I remember, was held up by the WHO as a shining example of handling the plandemic according to WHO recommendations, but doesn't fund WHO. These regimes were most vociferous in lockdowns, GMIs (Genetic Modification Injections), etc.

The private capital of the Owners and Financiers of Global Financialized Capital (The Parasitic Scum Elite) are doing all the funding through their private groups, which are the largest donors to WHO, but not via the regimes that do work for them, and one has to ask why not? Is it because they would face opposition from their politicians or more importantly the public who don't want funding of international organizations? Again, what's with DRC "leading the way" in government funding?!

Ref: http://open.who.int/2018-19/contributors/contributor BTW please note: if you click on a link leading to an enemy website, they get the following information: 1. the page which contained the link leading to their site (this page) UNLESS you copy the link and open it in a blank window or new blank tab by pasting it into the address bar. 2. your IP address. 3. information about your browser, some of this can be rather specific depending on what add ons you have in your browser. And the Big Tech that is the tool behind all this elite power grab have at the same time the same IP data of yours from your Facebook, Gmail accounts, Twitter and also most cloud-based services, thus, they also know exactly your identity. Not that you may care about it but you should know that technology has long been your enemy and it important to know how it affects privacy and possibly your security.

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Oct 7, 2023Liked by Shabnam Palesa Mohamed

Although, I know little about the DRC, I do know about Thailand. Thus, I share my thoughts about this question you asked:

"The private capital of the Owners and Financiers of Global Financialized Capital (The Parasitic Scum Elite) are doing all the funding through their private groups, which are the largest donors to WHO, but not via the regimes that do work for them, and one has to ask why not? Is it because they would face opposition from their politicians or more importantly the public who don't want funding of international organizations? . . ."

Thailand hosts many private groups, or so-called NGOs, which they have been trying to kick out. These groups are owned by the global elite, who as you know control numerous government-techno corporations. These small countries want investors, especially Thailand and Malaysia. However, they are now finding that groups like the National Endowment for Democracy, are trying to undermine the government. We who have been following this news can't wait for these phony baloney democracy-deceiving cults to get the boot. Nevertheless, numerous pharma companies, and big donors to the medical industry have a big effect on government policy. That is still to be revealed as the WHO still waves its lies high to the most corrupt officials. Plus, these countries signed heavily stipulated contracts with Pfizer, way back in in 2021.

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Oct 7, 2023Β·edited Oct 7, 2023Liked by Shabnam Palesa Mohamed

Spot on! I'm actually aware of this and the constant undermining of Thailand and many other S E Asian nations sovereignty via these organizations and funds. The previous regime paid lip service to doing something about it but didn't and the current one, I think no chance, since they themselves as well as others, ALL of those that had any chance to get into power, are ALL themselves part of that US-UK-"Educated" group. There is not a single major political party that is not compromised in that manner. Having the populace realize this and do something about it, is a huge struggle, since they almost never hear from foreigners in their language who warn about it (Tony Cartalucci being a notable exception) to highlight the need for and absence of any real sovereignty movement and lend support to any national activism, there are very very few Thai medical professionals speaking out publicly even if most of them do so in private, fearful that otherwise they'll lose their licenses and income. Having WHC materials translated into local languages such as Thai, and having a renowned expert such as Dr Bakhdi on board WHC, I thing would be an immense help.

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Oct 6, 2023Liked by Shabnam Palesa Mohamed

I now have some hope for the world. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

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Oct 7, 2023Liked by Shabnam Palesa Mohamed

We could also say that few foreigners living here, speak, read and write Thai. That is something the government likes.

This guy Brian Berletic from The New Atlas, has posted some good news. He lives in Bangkok.

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Brian+Berletic+New+Atlas

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