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WHO urges ban on industrial trans-fats by 2023

DAIRY REPORTER: On the other end of the spectrum, the Consumer Choice Center, which fights for consumer choice, says WHO’s call for a “worldwide ban on the use of trans fats”​ is “just another arbitrary intrusion into the lives of consumers and part of a larger trend of paternalist regulations,” according to a May 14 release.

Brauchen wir die WHO noch?

DIE WELT: In der Debatte über die Notwendigkeit bestimmter internationaler Organisationen sollten wir nicht deklarierte Absichten, sondern ihre Resultate betrachten. Wenn man sich die Arbeit der WHO anschaut, wird eines klar: Ihre Notwendigkeit ist strittig.

WHO’s Outrageous Expenses Grounds for Funding Disqualification

NEWSMAX: Donald Trump has made himself the voice of those who feel disenfranchised by the political system, by questioning the status quo of establishment dogmas. He is no stranger to criticising international organizations. With the appointment of Nikky Haley as his U.N. ambassador, the president has shown that he is willing to reconsider funding for political […]

This flawed UN health agency threatens America’s food supply. It’s time for badly needed reform

FOX NEWS: Question: When is a carcinogen not necessarily a carcinogen? Answer: When the labelling is done by the World Health Organization’s  International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), a French-based institution that is having a big and unjustified impact on American law and our economy.

Congressional oversight weeds out corrupt international junk science

WASHINGTON EXAMINER: This may be the year when Congress finally cracks down on the corrupt World Health Organization. The last straw may be not what WHO did, but what it didn’t do.

World No Tobacco Day Embraces the Wrong Approach

May 31st, is World No Tobacco Day. World No Tobacco Day brings attention to a noble goal, that of reducing tobacco consumption, but embraces the wrong approach needed for consumers and everyday working people. “The World Health Organization and hundreds of national governments have approached tobacco as a problem to legislate, regulate, and tax away. Branding bands […]

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