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==Connections==
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'''Partners in Health''' is a [[Boston]]-based [[nonprofit]] health care organization founded in [[1987]] with the stated goal "to bring the benefits of modern medical science to those most in need of them and to serve as an antidote to despair."<ref>http://www.pih.org/pages/our-mission</ref> It has significant [[deep state]] connections, especially in the funding and board membership.
[[Clinton Foundation]].<ref>https://traffic.megaphone.fm/ADV9358975629.mp3</ref>
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==Official narrative==
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The story of Partners In Health is the story of ordinary people with an extraordinary ambition: to make health care accessible for all. What began in 1983 as a rural clinic in [[Haiti]] has grown into a global movement. The story of Partners In Health is the story of ordinary people with an extraordinary ambition: to make health care accessible for all.<ref>https://medium.com/partnersinhealth/not-just-one-persons-quest-8227dfe15771</ref>
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==Contact tracing==
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In April 2020, Partners In Health launched the first statewide coronavirus contact tracing program in the [[United States]]—the Massachusetts Community Tracing Collaborative (CTC)—in partnership with the [[Massachusetts|Commonwealth of Massachusetts]] and local boards of health.<ref>https://www.pih.org/article/covid-19-contact-tracing-explained</ref>
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==Not ordinary people==
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PIH has longstanding ties to the [[Clinton Foundation]].<ref>https://traffic.megaphone.fm/ADV9358975629.mp3</ref>
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In a book written by [[Tracy Kidder]], a former United States Army Military Intelligence lieutenant about the NGO’s origins, the author relates that then 23-year Paul Farmer – one of the five founders of Partners in Health – “clearly considered himself a champion of [[human rights]].” The telling passage describes how the young doctor-to-be challenges a U.S. Army captain about the release of a local sheriff named Nerva Juste.<ref name=Raoul/> Farmer wanted Juste in U.S. custody, arguing that “preventative detention” was necessary (in a country that had “no functioning legal system.”<ref>https://www.amazon.com/Mountains-Beyond-Tracy-Kidder/dp/0812973011</ref>)
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As Farmer was somehow advising U.S. military personnel on proper strategy, his future co-founder was also in Haiti and barley 18 years of age. [[Ophelia Dahl]], the daughter of renowned British novelist and intelligence officer serving as a liaison between Churchill and FDR, had arrived in Haiti as a “volunteer working with an ophthalmic organization with some handicapped children in [[Port au Prince]].”<ref>https://web.archive.org/web/20110709192152/http:/www.gsb.stanford.edu/news/headlines/2005internatldevconf_deliverypanel.shtml</ref> Dahl eventually met Farmer and later formed PIH with their other very “ordinary” founding partners: [[Jim Yong Kim]], the twelfth president of the [[World Bank]], [[Tom White]], Boston’s “greatest philanthropist” and [[Todd McCormack]], corporate VP of a “sports, fashion and events powerhouse” that would later be purchased by business magnate [[Ari Emanuel]] [[in 2014]]. Emanuel’s two brothers, [[Rahm Emanuel|Rahm ]] and [[Ezequiel Emanuel|Ezequiel “Zeke” Emanuel]] are intimately tied to the Clintons.<ref name=Raoul> The deep state connections were pointed out by Raoul Diego: https://www.mintpressnews.com/massachusetts-contact-tracing-partners-in-health-clinton/267534/</ref>
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==Funding==
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PIH’s biggest donors and partners feature some of the largest [[Big Pharma|pharmaceutical corporations]] in the world, including [[Eli Lilly|Eli Lilly and Co.]], [[Johnson & Johnson]], [[GlaxoSmithKline]], [[Merck]], and [[Pfizer]] among many more. Also found on the list of foundation partners, both public and private, are the [[Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation]], the [[Inter-American Development Bank]], [[USAID]],[[ WHO]], [[IBM]] and [[Facebook]].
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Latest revision as of 05:23, 24 January 2022

Group.png Partners In Health  
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Partners in Health logo.png
AbbreviationPIH
Formation1987
Founder• Paul Farmer
• Jim Yong Kim
• Ophelia Dahl
• Thomas J. White
• Todd McCormack
• Chelsea Clinton
• Barbara Bush
HeadquartersBoston, Massachusetts
InterestsHarvard Medical School
Sponsored byBill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Open Society Foundations, The Ford Foundation
US health care NGO with deep state ties.

Partners in Health is a Boston-based nonprofit health care organization founded in 1987 with the stated goal "to bring the benefits of modern medical science to those most in need of them and to serve as an antidote to despair."[1] It has significant deep state connections, especially in the funding and board membership.

Official narrative

The story of Partners In Health is the story of ordinary people with an extraordinary ambition: to make health care accessible for all. What began in 1983 as a rural clinic in Haiti has grown into a global movement. The story of Partners In Health is the story of ordinary people with an extraordinary ambition: to make health care accessible for all.[2]

Contact tracing

In April 2020, Partners In Health launched the first statewide coronavirus contact tracing program in the United States—the Massachusetts Community Tracing Collaborative (CTC)—in partnership with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and local boards of health.[3]

Not ordinary people

PIH has longstanding ties to the Clinton Foundation.[4]

In a book written by Tracy Kidder, a former United States Army Military Intelligence lieutenant about the NGO’s origins, the author relates that then 23-year Paul Farmer – one of the five founders of Partners in Health – “clearly considered himself a champion of human rights.” The telling passage describes how the young doctor-to-be challenges a U.S. Army captain about the release of a local sheriff named Nerva Juste.[5] Farmer wanted Juste in U.S. custody, arguing that “preventative detention” was necessary (in a country that had “no functioning legal system.”[6])

As Farmer was somehow advising U.S. military personnel on proper strategy, his future co-founder was also in Haiti and barley 18 years of age. Ophelia Dahl, the daughter of renowned British novelist and intelligence officer serving as a liaison between Churchill and FDR, had arrived in Haiti as a “volunteer working with an ophthalmic organization with some handicapped children in Port au Prince.”[7] Dahl eventually met Farmer and later formed PIH with their other very “ordinary” founding partners: Jim Yong Kim, the twelfth president of the World Bank, Tom White, Boston’s “greatest philanthropist” and Todd McCormack, corporate VP of a “sports, fashion and events powerhouse” that would later be purchased by business magnate Ari Emanuel in 2014. Emanuel’s two brothers, Rahm and Ezequiel “Zeke” Emanuel are intimately tied to the Clintons.[5]

Funding

PIH’s biggest donors and partners feature some of the largest pharmaceutical corporations in the world, including Eli Lilly and Co., Johnson & Johnson, GlaxoSmithKline, Merck, and Pfizer among many more. Also found on the list of foundation partners, both public and private, are the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Inter-American Development Bank, USAID,WHO, IBM and Facebook.


 

Sponsors

EventDescription
Bill & Melinda Gates FoundationVery influential and rich foundation established to take leadership of global health.
Open Society FoundationsA NGO operating in more countries than McDonald's. It has the tendency to support politicians (at times through astroturfing) and activists that get branded as "extreme left" as its founder is billionaire and bane of the pound George Soros. This polarizing perspective causes the abnormal influence of the OSF to go somewhat unanswered.
The Ford FoundationIn addition to its own billionaire agenda, also known to have been $$$ middleman for covert CIA funding.


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