WHO’s new global pandemic prevention plan will initially focus on respiratory pathogens and will move on to vector and foodborne pandemics.
WHO’s New Pandemic Prevention Plan: First Focus – Respiratory Pathogens
In a measure that is no doubt devised as a desperate attempt to hold tight to its grasp as the self-proclaimed arbiter of global pandemics, the World Health Organization just launched a new pandemic prevention plan. Released on April 27, 2023, the WHO’s Preparedness and Resilience for Emerging Threats (PRET) Initiative’s first module focuses on respiratory pathogens, including influenza, coronaviruses, and respiratory syncytial virus. According to WHO, given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic “and the possible threat of avian influenza,” this module will enable countries to “critically review, test, and update their respiratory pandemic planning efforts to ensure they have the functional capacities and capabilities in place.”
While the first module focuses on respiratory pathogens as a potential future “COVID-19 scale” pandemic, the WHOboasts that PRET’s “systems, capacities, knowledge, and tools can be leveraged and applied for groups of pathogens based on their mode of transmission.” So never fear; besides a global respiratory catastrophe, the WHO is expecting global pandemics that are both vector-borne and foodborne, to name a few. The WHO reports, “A process is underway to identify the next group of pathogens, such as arboviruses, to be addressed under this initiative.” Ultimately, the PRET initiative will be poised to operationalize the objectives and provisions of the controversial Pandemic Accord, currently being negotiated by WHO Member States.
Yet, it can’t be understated that, despite all the conferences, initiatives, pandemic planning exercises, and so on, the WHO and other global elites funding drills, holding meetings, and scheming around disastrous health emergencies failed miserably to protect the public during COVID-19. Indeed, with the obvious objective driving the COVID-19 pandemic being the introduction of mRNA technology to the world’s population, absolutely missing from any planning before or during the emergence of SARS-CoV-2 was the use of repurposed drugs, an emphasis on proper health or a lifestyle centered around strengthening the immune system. And when untested COVID processes and procedures were obviously failing, like how remdesivir and ventilators flat out killed people, instead of taking the lead and suggesting course change, the reputable experts questioning the methods and sounding the alarms were aggressively silenced by the WHO and others. Yet, these are the very people hoping to guide us through future pandemics.
With that in mind, the motive behind the WHO’s new PRET initiative, which, as previously mentioned, gets underway with its first module concentrated on respiratory viruses of epidemic and pandemic potential, is actually about tracking and compliance. In other words, essentially, it is about the now spoken-out-loud Great Reset. The framework for “resilient surveillance” of these pesky respiratory pathogens, laid out in the WHO’s 96-page “Crafting the Mosaic,” no doubt is tied to the WHO’s health-related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), one of which is global Universal Health Coverage. And while it is still unclear the extent to which the WHO’s Pandemic Accord will control nations that sign up for its propaganda, it seems inevitable the group intends for its regulations to play a part in the future pandemics it warns of. The Mosaic describes the audience behind its framework as follows:
“Th[is] document is intended to be used at national, regional, and global levels to support national respiratory virus surveillance strengthening through the creation of implementation plans. National governments (often including ministries of health and/or national institutes of public health in close collaboration with ministries of agriculture and the environment for zoonotic diseases) are accountable for implementation of this framework within their own territory and WHO across territories as an organization of Member States who are under IHR obligations, including its associated Joint External Evaluation framework.”
The PRET initiative will serve the alliance established with the WHO’s partnership with the International Association of National Public Health Institutes (IANPHI), which it revealed in October 2022. While at the World Health Summit in Berlin, WHO and IANPHI signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) outlining their joint efforts to “achieve their common objectives to strengthen public health functions and emergency preparedness.” With the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as one of the group’s 115 members, the partnership is yet another scheme by the WHO to establish a more powerful global presence. Speaking of schemes, as the COVID-19 pandemic exposed the immense corruption between Big Pharma and federal agencies within the United States, the WHO’s often sketchy funding tied to drug makers is reason to halt its power grab immediately.
It seems fitting that as deaths from COVID-19 fall as much as 95 percent, the WHO, which, remember, is an arm of the United Nations, has launched a new initiative to prepare for “another deadly pandemic like COVID-19.” At this point, the story is all too predictable. And, without question, at least one element of the WHO’s latest global initiative should shock no one—the steps to control the cataclysm once again revolve around vaccines. The word “vaccine” is mentioned at least 116 times in the WHO’s 96-page Mosaic for managing a respiratory virus pandemic. That fact brings to mind Bill Gates, a tremendous WHOsupporter who has been planning for pandemics for years and is a vaccine fanatic. Ultimately, it is safe to say that—despite their incessant plotting and planning—neither Bill Gates nor the WHO should have any say in managing future pandemics.
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