Your post made me think about social media.About the only hanging around I want to see him do is at the end of a rope from a rafter.
Their founding documents state:That's Wiki for you, for the WHO are the ones who say, in small words so people get it, work WITH the UN but have their own assembly, constitution, governance, etc. It was conceived at the same time as the UN was being set up, but not as a part of the UN itself.
It's a fine difference, but a relevant one.
And that is what it is all about... having him roam the world on a UN passport is just ridiculous.
He (or his wife; I don't recall) used to simply take over a scheduled Zim Air flight and tell them to head in a different direction.Seems he travels to Singapore for any treatments he needs.
He certainly ticks some of those diversity boxes...Does this mean he's the next Dr Who? I'm confused.
Stories floating around that Tedros appointed Bob as political payoff for his appointment to African states and possibly the Chinese.What a surprise that would be.Unfortunately I cannot remember who said it, but the best comment about the UN is, "The aim of the UN is not to bring you heaven on earth, but to try and stop us all going to hell", or something very similar.
Africa. Not for cissies.Stories floating around that Tedros appointed Bob as political payoff for his appointment to African states and possibly the Chinese.What a surprise that would be.
And they appear to have something in common:
"While Tedros’ precise role or stance in these policies is not clear, it is a fact that he was not just a simple technocrat. For example, in 2010, he was ostensibly No. 3 in the executive leadership of the ruling Ethiopian Peoples’ Revolutionary Democratic Front. That same year, the EPRDF won all but one of the 547 seats of legislature in general elections held in a context of repression.
As foreign minister from 2012 and 2016, Tedros became the face of a government that human rights groups accused of systematic torture, disappearances and repression of the media and civil society. In Ethiopia’s controversial 2015 general elections, Tedros’ ruling declared that it won all 547 seats of legislature amidreports of continued repression."
It’s not so surprising WHO’s new director made Robert Mugabe a goodwill ambassador