Despot Robert Mugabe is appointed a ‘GOODWILL ambassador’ by the World Health Organisation

Robert Mugabe has been controversially appointed as health ambassador for the World Health Organisation.

Life expectancy in Zimbabwe dropped from 61 in 1985 to 44 in 2003, according to World Bank figures, largely down to the nation’s crumbling economy and widespread poverty. Life expectancy has since recovered – but is still not as high as it was in the mid-1980s.

Mugabe is widely seen as creating the crisis by breaking up the farms that had provided the back-bone of Zimbabwe’s economy, seizing the land from white farm owners and redistributing it to gain political support.

WTF?

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  • Alain

    Meet the future under the new world order/one world government. To think people are willing to give up national sovereignty for this boggles the mind.

  • Clink9

    The whole world seems like an SNL skit when they were funny.

    But SNL is the unfunniest thing in the world now.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Per UNICEF

    “Zimbabwe is one of the five countries hardest hit by HIV and AIDS
    globally. An estimated 1,102,864 million people – one in five Zimbabwean
    adults – were living with HIV and AIDS in 2009 while approximately
    66,073 people died of AIDS related causes.”

    That sounds like some pretty awesome world health right there.

  • Hard Little Machine

    From Wiki

    Zimbabwe had an average life expectancy of 55.68 years according to the 2014 CIA estimate.

    A cholera epidemic in Zimbabwe that began in August 2008, swept across the country and spread to Botswana, Mozambique, South Africa and Zambia. By 10 January 2010 there had been 98,741 reported cases and 4,293 deaths making it the deadliest African cholera outbreak since 1993. The Zimbabwean government declared the outbreak a national emergency and requested international aid.

    Zimbabwe is ranked among the 22 countries, where tuberculosis occurs frequently. In 2000, the incidence rate of tuberculosis reached 726 incidents per 100,000 people, whereas in 2011 the number decreased to 603 incidents per 100,000 people in 2011, the number of incidences of tuberculosis in Zimbabwe was 80 thousand, and the number of deaths from this disease was 3.4 thousand. Africa is the top continent where tuberculosis occurs frequently, as it reached an estimated value of 2.3 million for incidences in 2010 by the World Health Organization.

  • Tooth&Claw

    If this doesn’t show the terminal corruption endemic within the U.N not much will. Disgusting.

    • Alain

      It should but the globalists will just double down and they have a rather large following of useful idiots.

    • Will Quest

      The UN adore old,syphilitic black men ……signalling how they are ‘pragmatic’ & ‘progressive’ they proclaim they want to blow that despicable critter …. this desperate old whore, the UN, is talking a walk on the wild side ….

  • bob e

    we need to import a good amount of these people .. for the sake of diversity
    & inclusion ..

  • Millie_Woods

    Aren’t these the same guys who want us all to ger immunized? I’m sure they mean well.

    • Tooth&Claw

      Yeah, based on a best guess of what viruses might be circulating the following year. Spin the wheel.

  • Barrington Minge

    Oh hahahahahahahaha!! Mugrubby? Goodwill? Hahahahahahaha. Got to be a put on, surely?