An otherwise “normal” citizen who votes left is the type of person who could read the blurb below and think it sounds wonderful. It ticks the emotional boxes that make them feel as if they are enlightened and good people.
We, on the right, read it and instantly know it is horrific.
The title is horrific, unless it is a clarion warning-
Governing Global Health: Who Runs the World and Why?
Sadly, it is a book that endorses unelected global bodies to rule over your life… and the U.S. democrat voting public doesn’t see the problem.
The past few decades have seen a massive increase in the number of international organizations focusing on global health. Campaigns to eradicate or stem the spread of AIDS, SARS, malaria, and Ebola attest to the increasing importance of globally-oriented health organizations. These
organizations may be national, regional, international, or even non-state organizations-like Medicins Sans Frontieres. One of the more important recent trends in global health governance, though, has been the rise of public-private partnerships (PPPs) where private non-governmental organizations,
for-profit enterprises, and various other social entrepreneurs work hand-in-hand with governments to combat specific maladies. A primary driver for this development is the widespread belief that by joining together, PPPs will attack health problems and fund shared efforts more effectively than other
As Chelsea Clinton and Devi Sridhar show in Governing Global Health, these partnerships are not only important for combating infectious diseases; they also provide models for developing solutions to a host of other serious global health challenges and questions beyond health.
“…questions beyond health.”
HT/ Third Twin