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* “overcome the ''legal'' and technical barriers impeding the interoperability of national immunisation information systems”
 
* “overcome the ''legal'' and technical barriers impeding the interoperability of national immunisation information systems”
 
In November of 2019, these suggestions were published as a “call to action”.
 
In November of 2019, these suggestions were published as a “call to action”.
One month later, China reported the first cases of Covid19.
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One month later, China reported the first cases of [[Covid-19]].
The point is that proposed COVID countermeasures, which have been presented to the public as emergency measures thought up on the fly by panicking institutions, have in fact existed since before the emergence the disease.<ref>
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The point is that proposed COVID countermeasures, which have been presented to the public as emergency measures thought up on the fly by panicking institutions, have in fact existed since before the emergence of the disease.<ref>
 
https://off-guardian.org/2020/05/22/report-eu-planning-vaccination-passport-since-2018/
 
https://off-guardian.org/2020/05/22/report-eu-planning-vaccination-passport-since-2018/
 
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Latest revision as of 22:37, 14 June 2020

Concept.png Pandemic/Preparation
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Interest of• Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
• CDC
• Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations
• Christian Drosten
• Anthony Fauci
• Bill Gates
• Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization
• Global Preparedness Monitoring Board
• Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security
• National Center for Medical Intelligence
• Stephen Redd
• Robert Koch Institute
• Jens Spahn
• WHO

Preparation for pandemics has been a frequent activity - including preemtive emergency legislation, preemtive mandatory vaccination legislation and propaganda.

Official narrative

Preparation for pandemics is an important activity to minimise their impact on public health. Lessons learned are used to stockpile essential items and to identify and address knowledge gaps for their successful containment or management.

Concerns

Pandemic preparation does not appear to have included basic research about the spread of airborne pathogens, such as the impacts of climactic conditions, or masks are beneficial in which circumstances,[1] whether it is safe or effective to reuse masks etc. As with so-called "bioweapons defense", the Covid-19 pandemic has shown little evidence of their effectiveness at their stated aim.

Scaremongering

The purported risks of novel viruses have been repeatedly overestimated.

2018-19 EU-WHO “Global Vaccination Summit”

2018 saw EU reports on State of Vaccine Confidence and Designing and implementing an immunisation information system. On the 12th September 2019, at the joint EU-WHO “Global Vaccination Summit”, they announced a “10 Actions Towards Vaccination for All” plan, to

  • “Examine the feasibility of developing a common vaccinationcard/passport for EU citizens“
  • “Develop EU guidance for establishing comprehensive electronic immunization information systems for effective monitoring of immunization programmes.”
  • “overcome the legal and technical barriers impeding the interoperability of national immunisation information systems”

In November of 2019, these suggestions were published as a “call to action”. One month later, China reported the first cases of Covid-19. The point is that proposed COVID countermeasures, which have been presented to the public as emergency measures thought up on the fly by panicking institutions, have in fact existed since before the emergence of the disease.[2]

Recommendations

General recommendations and briefings include:

The following examples are just the tip of an iceberg of symposiums, simulations, exercises, papers, studies, research projects, press releases and relentlessly warning governments about their un-preparedness for catastrophic events and particular flu or other emergent viruses:

 

Examples

Page nameDescription
Clade XA pandemic/biowarfare preparation exercise by Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security
Crimson ContagionAn U.S. nationwide exercise in how to handle an influenza pandemic. Held January to August 2019
Event 201A Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security/World Economic Forum/Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation sponsored large scale simulation of a global coronavirus pandemic predicting an apocalyptic outcome. Held October 2019.
Lock StepA Rockefeller Foundation sponsored large scale simulation of a global pandemic followed by a world totalitarian outcome. Held October 2010

 

Related Quotations

PageQuoteAuthorDate
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation“The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation funded two models to “predict” the spread of COVID-19. The Imperial College London and the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation in Seattle predicted that 2.2-million Americans would die unless drastic lockdown measures were followed. Both colleges quickly reduced their predictions, but the world is still in lockdown as a result of it. In 2005, the Imperial College of London predicted that 200-million people worldwide would be killed by bird flu. When the “crisis’ was over, the virus had killed 78 people worldwide. In 2009, the College predicted that the swine flu would kill 65,000 people in the UK, but the final number was 457. From 2006 through 2018, the Gates Foundation donated $185-million to the College to continue their good work.”William Engdahl
Jon Rappoport
1 May 2020
Anthony Fauci“I feel confident that over a period of time we will get a good vaccine, that we will never have to get back to where we are right now.”Anthony Fauci8 April 2020
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