A Decade of Pandemics and Outbreaks – part 2.

What are the latest September outbreaks? First we have Ebola which is reported to be spreading in Uganda for the first time since Covid where a 24-year-old man died after contracting the virus which is thought to kill up to half of those who contract it. Officials in the African country are now rushing to contain the outbreak before it spreads further.[1]

Then we have another strain of coronavirus this time instead of rising from a Chinese bat it is a Russian one. This novel virus has made scientists call for an urgent effort to develop a new vaccine or else a new pandemic might be triggered by this deadly virus in the Russian bat.[2]

And then we have The Times of Malta reporting that WHO has warned that the world is now witnessing a “worrying upsurge” in cholera outbreaks with 26 countries already reporting such outbreaks while between 2017 and 2021 there were fewer than 20 nations reporting such outbreaks. Philippe Barboza the WHO’s team lead on cholera and epidemic diarrhoeal diseases stated:

“Not only do we have more outbreaks but the outbreaks themselves are larger and more deadly.”[3]

Is it another coincidence that a few months before in March 2022 Moderna announced that it is aiming to make vaccines against 15 deadly diseases which were identified by the same WHO as going to be the cause of the next pandemic? Moderna aims to expand manufacturing access to lower-income countries while planning to open an mRNA manufacturing facility in Kenya so that it produces 500 million vaccine doses per year.  Without forgetting that Moderna was testing potential monkeypox vaccines[4] let’s have a roundup of these 15 deadly diseases. They are Ebola HIV Zika Nipah Chikungunya virus Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever Dengue Malaria Marburg virus disease Lassa fever MERS Rift Valley fever Thrombocytopenia syndrome Tuberculosis the omicron-specific booster dose for Covidas well as a combination Covid-influenza vaccine.[5] These last two must have been really manufactured at full speed considering that they are now being made available to the nations just seven months later!
It seems like the next outbreak or pandemic is always around the corner because this is the new globalist technocracy racket in action.

If we have to take the endless list of outbreaks that they have given to us since 2020 without forgetting those before of course we will get to this: in 2002 it was the West Nile Virus in 2004 it was SARS in 2005 it was the Avian flu in 2009 it was the Swine Flu in 2014 it was Ebola in 2016 it was Zika in 2018 it was Measles in 2020 it was Covid in 2022 it is: Hepatitis Monkeypox Polio West Nile Virus Crimean-Congo Haemorrhagic fever meningitis Marburg Virus Unidentified Intestinal Disease Soil Bacteria Avian flu Disease X Cholera new Covid strain and Ebola.

Are these truly what they are and if yes are they the side effects of the Covid-19 vaccines? According to Dr. Richard Urso after initial infection some viruses remain dormant in the body for a lifetime and may reactivate to cause infection or a different condition and he claims that these types of latent viruses are being reactivated in a large number of people following their booster Covid-19 shots.[6]

Were all those alleged pre-Covid outbreaks failed attempts to usher in the Great Reset that Covid managed?

Or are they excuses to come up with more multi-billion profits for new vaccines?  Well guess what? On the 6th of October ITV reported that the WHO “has approved the world’s first malaria vaccine in a ‘historic moment’ in the fight against the disease.” The vaccine will be given to children in sub-Saharan Africa and other high-risk areas. WHO Director-General Ghebreyesus said that this is a historic moment and such a vaccine is a breakthrough for science. The WHO added that this jab is safe and “could save tens of thousands of lives a year.”[7]

One thing is for sure: their bait stops working when you stop taking it.


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