Recently, the University of Toronto, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, Centre for Global Health (what a name) officially joined the World Health Organization.
This will likely come as a surprise to many, especially those who didn’t know that UofT DLSPH even had a Centre for Global Health. However, it turns out it does. It was announced on March 5, 2020 by Adelsteinn Brown.
Turns out this had been in the works for a while, but the timing is interesting. It’s almost as if a global health crisis was the perfect launch point for it.
Brown, who heads DLSPH, soon became the head of the Ontario Science Table. The OST is completely dominated by academics from the UofT, many of whom have conflicting interests. As for the purposes of the Centre itself:
- Attention to power and privilege
- Partnerships guided by mutual benefits, respect and reciprocal learning
- Meaningful engagement with communities
For those thinking that everyone will treated equally in this globalist health order, consider the principles. This UofT/DLSPH Centre for Global Health considers equity important, which is equality of outcome, not equality of opportunity. This is Marxism. As for “paying attention to power and privilege”, this is code for hatred against whites, particularly white men.
Equity means the abolishment of private property rights, and of personal wealth, except for the chosen elite. The reasoning goes: isn’t it oppressive to own something when someone else has less?
This idea has been circulated under many different names. The World Economic Forum touts the idea of “replacing shareholder capitalism with stakeholder capitalism”. The idea is much the same.
As for paying attention to power and privilege, who exactly will be blamed for everything when whites are gone? Will the idea be abandoned, or will some other group be on the receiving end?
This partnership may also explain why the Ontario Science Table sees no issue working with CADTH, or Cochrane Canada, 2 more working groups for WHO. There’s also no issue partnering with SPOR Evidence Alliance, which is partially funded by WHO.
The Dalla Lana School of Public Health isn’t just in bed with WHO, it’s part of the WHO. And all of those “Medical Officers” in Ontario with ties to UofT are just the enforcement branch of WHO.
The Centre on Health Promotion is also big on promoting the climate change agenda. If you have family in oil & gas, or you like being able to drive, perhaps consider other options.
It’s worth asking: how come none of this is being reported? Does Ford and his “Conservative” Government not know — or not care — what’s going on? Is the mainstream media completely oblivious to all of it?
Now, it could be argued that DLSPH isn’t really part of the WHO. After all, the Centre for Global Health is just part of it. While true, does anyone expect the UofT to say or do anything that blatantly contradicts it? Will there ever be real policy disagreements?
The “experts” giving guidance on this so-called pandemic claim to be neutral and independent. However, that’s just not the case so often. Here are some examples which include, but are not limited to the UofT DLSPH.
Michael Warner is head of the Canadian Division of askthedoctor.com. Kumar Murty of OST runs a technology company called PerfectCloudIO, which stands to profit from lockdowns. Kwame McKenzie of OST led the research into the 2017 UBI project in Ontario. And on a related note: Trillium Health Partners got a $5 million gift from a company that makes face masks. Abdu Sharkawy makes a small fortune on the speaking circuit. Robert Steiner of OST, an LPC operative, claims to be the brains of PHAC, founded in 2004. Ryan Imgrund shills for lockdowns while his employer fundraises money. Isaac Bogoch is in the UofT club, is part of Ontario’s “Operation Warp Speed”, and pretends to be neutral. Kashif Pirzada has numerous side businesses. Colin Furness advises an AI medical records company that benefits from increased virtual care.
(6) DLSPH PartnershipGuidelines 2018 For Distribution