The World Health Organization’s Director-General Tedros Ghebreyesus said that the globe needs to come together and sign the pandemic treaty, so we can be ready for the so far hypothetical “disease X”. A pandemic treaty will ensure that most countries will use an abject dystopia should the ruling classes decide to.

Any pandemic treaty is not going to be executed for the benefit of the slave class. The rulers want one thing, and that’s total control over the human cattle.

‘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,” Mr Ghebreyesus said. “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?”, he added.

He further said that the WHO has already already started implementing measures to prepare for another outbreak including the establishment of a pandemic fund and the creation of a ”technology transfer hub” in South Africa.  ”Equity. It was a serious problem. Many high-income countries were hoarding vaccines. To address the equity problem, we established the mRNA technology transfer hub in South Africa. This is to increase the local production…,” he explained.

So once again, it sounds like the ruling class needs to still get mRNA technology into the bodies of every single human being on this planet.

In Spite Of Mass Vaccination, COVID Cases Are Up 18%

There has been an uptick in the mainstream media discussing disease x lately. There were even reports that a new, lab-created virus has a 100% mortality rate once infected.

Disease X is not a specific disease but is the name of a potential virus similar to COVID-19. It could be a new agent, a virus, a bacterium, or a fungus without any known treatment. The global health body has categorised the unknown disease among Covid-19, Ebola, Lassa fever, Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS), Nipah, and Zika, which have already caused widespread fatalities during outbreaks.

The Lancet said that the WHO formally started using the term in 2018, which represents the next unknown disease of epidemic potential. –NDTV

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