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Concept.png "Pandemic" 
Interest of• 1-3-30 Plan
• A Spreading Plague
• Atlantic Storm
• Big pharma
• Rick Bright
• Centra Technology
• Anita Cicero
• Clade X
• Brad Connett
• Crimson Contagion
• Paul Ehrlich
• Event 201
• Exercise Alice
• Tom Inglesby
• Lock Step
• Tara O'Toole
• Preventing Global Catastrophic Biological Risks
• Marc Van Ranst
• SPARS Pandemic 2025-2028
• Scientific Pandemic Influenza Group on Behaviours
• Adrian Thomas
The WHO relaxed standards to a point where neither the number of cases nor the danger of a disease informs about the actual health risk formerly associated with the term.

"Pandemic" is a nebulous term for large scale health risk due to infectious disease. The WHO relaxed standarts to a point where neither the number of cases nor the danger of a disease permits meaningful risk assessment.


Full article: Pandemic/Preparation

Preparations include exercises, simulations, public relations campaigns, Big pharma/Lobbying and preemtive emergency legislation.

A new pattern of hyped "pandemics"

It is remarkable that Anthony Fauci funded work to manipulate coronaviruses (“gain of function” research)then became the voice of the coronavirus pandemic response while also working closely with Bill GatesGAVI initiative. Fauci has boasted that NIAID and GAVI work together to push vaccines with “outright collaboration between us in setting the standard of what is needed.” This makes it easier to see that a new pattern of hyped pandemics resulting in increased population control and global vaccinations is not only possible but would be a very lucrative business model.[1]

Exaggerated data and scare propaganda was used

  • in the Swine Flu vaccine campaign in 1976.
  • in 2003, 2009 and 2020 campaigns

Further examples:


Full article: Epidemic

An Epidemic is a more localized infectious disease, for example AIDS was labeled an epidemic which played a minor role in the controlled media of states like Russia, Iran, China or North Korea.



Page nameDescription
COVID-19/PandemicAn outbreak of Covid-19, a mild respiratory disease, caused worldwide mass panic with almost totalitarian outcome.
Hong Kong flu
Spanish fluA pandemic starting at the end of WW1, which killed perhaps 50 million
Swine flu (H1N1)A virus that was massively promoted as becoming a deadly pandemic for about 20 months on corporate media, from January 2009 to August 2010. Was declared a pandemic by WHO, with governments making big purchases for vaccines, only to throw them away, as the flu was deemed more damaging world wide.


Related Quotations

Jacques Attali“A major pandemic would raise awareness of the need for altruism, at least self-interested. History teaches us that humanity only evolves significantly when it is truly afraid: then it first sets up defense mechanisms; sometimes intolerable (scapegoats and totalitarianisms); sometimes futile (distraction); sometimes effective (therapeutic, if necessary setting aside all previous moral principles). Then, once the crisis has passed, it transforms these mechanisms to make them compatible with individual freedom and to include them in a democratic health policy. The beginning of the pandemic could trigger one of these structuring fears.”Jacques Attali3 May 2009
Peter Daszak“We don’t think twice about the cost of protecting against terrorism... We need to start thinking about pandemics the same way.”Peter Daszak21 April 2020
Peter DaszakPandemics are like terrorist attacks: We know roughly where they originate and what’s responsible for them, but we don’t know exactly when the next one will happen. They need to be handled the same way — by identifying all possible sources and dismantling those before the next pandemic strikes.”Peter Daszak27 February 2020
Paul Ehrlich“The optimum population of Earth – enough to guarantee the minimal physical ingredients of a decent life to everyone – was 1.5 to 2 billion people rather than the 7 billion who are alive today or the 9 billion expected in 2050...How many you support depends on lifestyles. We came up with 1.5 to 2 billion because you can have big active cities and wilderness. If you want a battery chicken world where everyone has minimum space and food and everyone is kept just about alive you might be able to support in the long term about 4 or 5 billion people. But you already have 7 billion. So we have to humanely and as rapidly as possible move to population shrinkage.

Some maybe slow motion disasters like people getting more and more hungry, or catastrophic disasters because the more people you have the greater the chance of some weird virus transferring from animal to human populations, there could be a vast die-off." [...]

It's hard to think of anything that will pop up and save us. I hope something will but it really will be a miracle."”
Paul Ehrlich2012
Bill Gates“So we, you know, we'll have to prepare for the next one. That, .., you know I'd say is, will get attention this time.”Bill Gates23 June 2020
Bill Gates“This pandemic is bad, but a future pandemic could be 10 times more serious,”Bill Gates27 January 2021
Robert Kadlec“Biological warfare offers an adversary unique and significant advantages because of its ease of production, potential impact of use, and the ability to exploit US vulnerabilities. It is the only weapon of mass destruction which has utility across the spectrum of conflict. Using biological weapons under the cover of an endemic or natural disease occurrence provides an attacker the potential for plausible denial. In this context, biological weapons offers greater possibilities for use than do nuclear weapons.Robert Kadlec1998


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