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Have you received any of these spam text messages falsely claiming that Australia is transferring all its “hospital health” to the World Health Organisation (WHO)?

They are authorised by Craig Kelly, the former Liberal MP and now leader of the United Australia Party, which is funded by mining billionaire Clive Palmer.

Texts of this nature are not breaching any electoral rules, as they clearly state that they are authorised by Kelly.

And if you haven’t been lucky enough (italics for sarcasm) to receive one, you may have found it impossible to escape similar ads online.

In the dying days of the election campaign, the UAP is airing ads with a voice-over that gravely says:

“Liberal and Labor are transferring Australian health to the WHO a day after the election. China controls the WHO. We have to protect our country.”

The ad is a reference to the proposed pandemic treaty the WHO wants to establish, which some critics say would give the UN agency the right to order domestic lockdowns.

At a press conference on May 17, the organisation’s director-general Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus hit out at rumours circulating globally about the information-sharing plans.

“Unfortunately, there has been a small minority of groups making misleading statements and purposefully distorting facts,” he said. “I want to be crystal clear: WHO’s agenda is public, open and transparent. WHO stands strongly for individual rights.”



Have you received any of these spam text messages falsely claiming that Australia is transferring all its “hospital health” to the World Health Organisation (WHO)?

They are authorised by Craig Kelly, the former Liberal MP and now leader of the United Australia Party, which is funded by mining billionaire Clive Palmer.

Texts of this nature are not breaching any electoral rules, as they clearly state that they are authorised by Kelly.

And if you haven’t been lucky enough (italics for sarcasm) to receive one, you may have found it impossible to escape similar ads online.

In the dying days of the election campaign, the UAP is airing ads with a voice-over that gravely says:

“Liberal and Labor are transferring Australian health to the WHO a day after the election. China controls the WHO. We have to protect our country.”

The ad is a reference to the proposed pandemic treaty the WHO wants to establish, which some critics say would give the UN agency the right to order domestic lockdowns.

At a press conference on May 17, the organisation’s director-general Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus hit out at rumours circulating globally about the information-sharing plans.

“Unfortunately, there has been a small minority of groups making misleading statements and purposefully distorting facts,” he said. “I want to be crystal clear: WHO’s agenda is public, open and transparent. WHO stands strongly for individual rights.”

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