WHO Director Alleged Ties to Communist Terrorist Organization

Reports have uncovered World Health Organization director general Tedros Adhanom was a member of an Ethiopian Marxist communist political party. The Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) was previously categorized by the United States State Department as a terrorist organization for alleged crimes against humanity. These findings come after criticism of the WHO’s handling of the international corona virus pandemic and allegations of an unhealthy relationship between the WHO and the Chinese Communist government.


Tedros’s candidacy for WHO director general was opposed vigorously by several Ethiopian parties, due to his career in the violent Communist Tigray People’s Liberation Front. The TPLF provided millions of dollars in financial support for Tedros’s victorious candidacy for general director of WHO.

The United States State Department has previously categorized TPLF as a terrorist organization, stating it’s “violent activities before it became part of the ruling coalition and the government of Ethiopia in May 1991.”

The group can be found on TrackTerrorism.org “The Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) is a political party in Tigray, Ethiopia that has been listed as a perpetrator in the Global Terrorism Database, based on ten incidents occurring between 1976 and 1990 (see GTD link).”

These allegations would help explain the WHO’s close relationship with the Communist Party of China (CCP) and it’s favorable ratings for the communist state.

Close to one million individuals have signed a petition supporting the resignation of Tedros Adhanom as Director General of the World Health Organization.