YOU'RE A FOOL IF YOU THINK A RAG-TAG BUNCH OF 'LEADERS' DEFEATED THE PANDEMIC TREATY
How the World Health Organisation has been subtly gifted more power
By Adam Edwards
IF sceptics were alive during the Trojan Wars they would currently be getting drunk and dragging a giant wooden horse through the city gates.
For self-professed “critical thinkers”, sceptics have proven themselves worryingly naive on occasion.
Today, many are spreading deep-fake videos of Pfizer’s CEO, Albert Bourla, boasting that his vaccines are going to kill half the world. This so-called admission is clearly nonsense almost certainly part of a sophisticated campaign to discredit sceptics as “tin-foil hatters”, just as evidence of the lockdown damage and vaccine injuries are accepted by the mainstream that once scoffed at such “conspiracy theories”.
Perhaps the most ridiculous of the current fairy-tales being spread by sceptics, though, is the idea that the World Health Organisation (WHO) has been forced into a humiliating defeat by 47 African nations, who teamed up with Russia, Iran, India, Brazil and China, to delay 13 controversial amendments to the International Health Regulations.
It is ridiculous. First off, the same people crowing about the WHO’s defeat believe China secretly pulls the strings of the WHO. I’d love to see how they circle that square.
Equally odd is how Brazil’s populist leader, Jair Bolsonaro, has become the darling of the sceptic movement for his fiery rhetoric against the WHO pandemic treaty, which would hand the Geneva-based organisation the power to declare global lockdowns and mandate forced vaccinations in every country on the planet. Yet he is one of the few world leaders to ban the so-called “unvaccinated” travellers from entering his country.
Most African leaders enthusiastically embraced lockdowns and many are rushing headlong into implementing the digital matrix of ID-linked sim cards and central bank digital currencies.
The reality is these are no friends and this decision to delay an agreement until 2024 was no defeat for the globalists at the WHO.
At every stage in this pandemic, the powers that be have made calculated surrenders just at the point when it appeared they were losing, lulling their opponents into a false sense of security and laurel-resting blunders.
We saw it in the UK with vaccine mandates and vax passes, which the Government rowed back on just as momentum – and the mainstream media – was starting to swing against them.
Yes, the Government withdrew legislation that would have seen up to 100,000 health care workers sacked and ended vax passes for events, but by doing so they not only saved Boris Johnson just as he looked set to be toppled, they also destroyed the anti-restrictions movement in one foul swoop.
Cock-a-hoop, sceptics celebrated the end of mandates on social media and ended their regular protest marches. But the mandates have not ended. Employers are still linking employment to vaccine status HERE and the Government lives on to fight another day – only this time with no opposition to its ever-encroaching digital agenda.
It was the same with lockdowns and masks, which fell and rose again just as Chris Sky predicted.
The latest WHO shenanigans are no different. Faced with a coordinated campaign to expose its power grab, the WHO has handed sceptics a hollow victory. And like the people of ancient Troy, the sceptics have jumped at the chance to celebrate rather than ask why the Greeks have sailed off without their queen, Helen, on board.
The most obvious red flag that something is amiss is South Africa’s role in this mock surrender.
Like China, South Africa is definitely not on ‘Team Freedom’. Its leader, Cyril Ramaphosa (above), is the ultimate Covid puppet, who crashed his country’s already struggling economy to introduce one of the world’s harshest lockdowns.
What’s more, while Covid police states such as New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Austria and Italy are rowing back on vaccine mandates and passes, despite, in many cases, still surging cases and deaths, South Africa is going in the opposite direction and trying to introduce forced vaccinations, despite widespread natural immunity and low cases and deaths.
In recent months, Ramaphosa has toured Africa talking up vaccines and vaccine mandates. While, at home, he is risking riots (not to a mention a possible 2024 election defeat) by threatening his largely unvaccinated (and under-employed) black base with the prospect of “no jab, no job”.
It makes no sense. He refuses to amend the South African constitution to force through popular policies like land reform, for instance, yet will happily risk political suicide to mandate a non-sterilising vaccine to save, who exactly? The already vaccinated, white grannies who will never vote for him?
Clearly, he is a Trojan horse.
If the sceptics cannot see that it might be time to hang up the tin foil hat.
The Greeks soldiers have not sailed over the horizon. The battle hasn’t even begun.
Adam Edwards is a British journalist. He is editor of NewsAfrica magazine (www.newsafrica.net).
The author is quite right. I’ve been shocked by the almost childlike congratulatory tone of reactions to lifting the mandate on the NHS100K. It’s a delay. Policy hasn’t changed at all. It was malign & unscientific and remains so.
Likewise the lifting of need for VaxPass in various locations. If they’d really gone away, they’d destroy the database.
Even if vaccination was useful, we know they don’t prevent transmission. This fact kills stone dead ANY argument for requiring vaccination.
It isn’t a “deep fake” video of Albert Bourla! 🙄 It is a simple edit where the words “that cannot afford our medicine” were removed from the original speech.