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Decoupling from WEF, WHO & Foundations Associated with Bill Gates

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From: Chuck Schooner

Dear Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet,

Are you aware that there have been filings in International Court against numerous entities and individuals that are more than likely associated with the release of Covid-19

- Klaus Schwab, Tedros, Bill Gates, Fauci, Pfizer et al - Yes or No

More than likely these people are responsible for the release of the virus and also profiting from the experimental gene therapy and our PM has ties to these organisations

- Has the PM been requested to provide any written correspondence/evidence to these filings - Yes or No

- How much funding is provided to the WHO annually? Whilst these filings are underway are there any emails/filings that consider halting funding to the WHO?

- What is the funding agreement with WHO? What are the ethical conditions associated with providing funding - for example are there restrictions on our funding such as these agencies can't be involved in virus manipulation or does the NZ Government blindly donate and not watch what is going on?

- What recourse is available to New Zealanders if it is found that WHO are complicit in the release of this virus

Yours faithfully,

Chuck Schooner

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