If you thought COVID was bad, just wait until you hear about the latest fear mongering regarding “Disease X.”
Oh, don’t worry … “Disease X” isn’t an actual disease, at least not at this point in time.
Or it may well be a disease festering away in Wuhan or other dubious locale, just waiting to be released in time for the 2024 elections.
Allegedly, “Disease X” may be up to “twenty times” as powerful as COVID, which isn’t overtly concerning, considering how many people apparently had COVID and didn’t even realize they had it, reporting exactly zero symptoms.
And twenty times zero is … zero. So, the “twenty times” remark isn’t terribly threatening from a logical perspective, though it sure is from an emotional one, especially if it means twenty times as many government lockdowns.
Even more disturbingly, the 20x projection is based on no data whatsoever, aside from fictional datasets abruptly invented by globalists’ precious algorithms.
Now, the globalists are apparently so self-satisfied in their knowledge of an imminent pandemic that they’ve gotten their favorite mouthpiece, WHO Director-General Tedros Ghebreyesus, to start fresh fear mongering.
“[Disease X] represents the knowledge that a serious international epidemic could be caused by a pathogen currently unknown to cause human disease,” Ghebreyesus boomed.
Wow, amazing. Seems like quite a bit of speculation, frankly, unless Mr. Ghebreyesus is aware of viral developments, especially of the lab born variety, that the public most definitely isn’t.
Which Ghebreyesus ironically alluded to in his remarks.
“There are things that are unknown that may happen, and anything happening is a matter of when, not if, so we need to have a placeholder for that, for the diseases we don’t know,” Ghebreyesus vaguely continued, offering zero specifics, as well as effectively zero clarity.
The WHO Director finally becomes clearer when discussing COVID, though “clearer” hardly means “clear.”
“We lost many people [during COVID] because we couldn’t manage them … They could have been saved, but there was no space. There was not enough oxygen. So how can you have a system that can expand when the need comes?” Ghebreyesus
… And the point is?
Apparently, the point is for the world to somehow be meshed under some super uni-government in the event of a pandemic, which is apparently the driving force behind Ghebreyesus’s fear mongering.
Indeed, the WHO is apparently calling for some type of international “pandemic treaty” to be completed by May, rather suspicious timing given that the deadline for the so-called treaty happens to fall six months before the 2024 election.
“The pandemic agreement can bring all the experience, all the challenges that we have faced and all the solutions into one … That agreement can help us to prepare for the future in a better way,” Ghebreyesus boomed.
By “prepare for the future,” the WHO Director is undoubtedly thinking about the future of rather critical elections.
Here’s a thought, Mr. Ghebreyesus: Maybe it is possible to resolve all “solutions into one” if he is able to ensure basic cooperation in the first place.
After all, the WHO deliberately enabled China to stonewall its investigation, to the extent that the globalist organization was still pleading for cooperation more than three years after the pandemic.
“We’re pressing China to give full access, and we are asking countries to raise it during their bilateral meetings – to urge Beijing to cooperate,” Ghebreyesus hyperventilated in 2023.
To date, Beijing still appears largely uncooperative.
Best of luck with the so-called “pandemic treaty” in that circumstance … though calls for a treaty are likely little more than a thinly veneered warning of what’s to come.
Author: Ofelia Thornton