Is U.S. AIDS $90B Taxpayer Dollars A Global Slush Fund? Chpt 2: The Global Fund – Bookshop

Chapter 2 of a 25+ chapter book.

• 3 Former U.S. Presidents
• Over 35 Governments
• Scores of NGOs

This is one of the largest, potential global slush funds happening right in your backyard! Through television, radio, products, events, and executive orders, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is using their factions to prey on the weak at heart to donate your hard-earned money to a cause that sounds miraculous, while the government kicks in your taxpayer dollars as well. It is a $25 billion a year industry. The Global Fund itself has generated over $45 billion, ninety-five percent of which comes from taxpayer dollars through government funding from multiple countries, with the U.S. being the largest contributor to the tune of $18 billion thus far. Overall, the U.S. has contributed over $90 billion dollars to date through PEPFAR, to allegedly treat HIV in other countries. But how much of this money is really going towards fighting AIDS and who are they really helping – or hurting?

Learn about the three factors in determining if this is a fraud and slush fund, and learn all about the Global Fund itself in chapter 2.

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