WHO Planning for Bird Flu Pandemic
Director-General of the World Health Organisation Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has said the world must prepare for outbreaks in humans of H5N1 Bird Flu. Although the risk to humans remains low, the WHO is engaging with big pharma manufacturers to ensure vaccines and antivirals can be developed and made available for global use.
Globalist health bodies such as Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness, chaired by Australian Jane Halton and co-founded by the World Economic Forum and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, have a goal of a vaccine being ready within 100 days of the next pandemic being declared. MRNA manufacturer Moderna aims to have a vaccine production factory on every continent.
The H5N1 strain of Bird Flu first emerged in 1996. The media and globalists have become fixated on preparing for the next pandemic after covid. Therefore, we’ve been told this highly pathogenic strain of bird flu could cause the next pandemic. H5N1 has a case fatality rate of 59% among confirmed human cases. However, such cases are rare with humans catching the virus from direct contact with birds and poultry, there is no evidence it is transmissible between humans.
What has prompted this alarm about bird flu causing a human pandemic is reports of transmission of bird flu to mammals such as minks, otters and sea lions. An outbreak in a Spanish mink farm in October 2022 which involved mink-to-mink transmission has been cited as proof H5N1 could eventually transmit human-to-human. But in most cases, mammals are infected with bird flu due to contact with sick or dead birds.
Infectious disease epidemiologist and Director at the UCL Genetics Institute Professor Francois Balloux describes H5N1 as having little pandemic potential because of its high mortality, short incubation period and the rapid onset of symptoms. This means that a person is already so sick and bedridden by the time they catch bird flu they cannot be out and about infecting others.
In its current form H5N1 has little pandemic potential. Counter-intuitively maybe, pathogens with high associated mortality, short incubation time and rapid onset of symptoms are prone to cause devastating local outbreaks but are not good candidates for pandemics (eg. ebola).
— Prof Francois Balloux (@BallouxFrancois) February 4, 2023
What made covid spread so rapidly is because of its low mortality rate, long incubation period and asymptomatic spread. People didn’t know they had it nor that they were spreading it. The medium age of death with covid is 85 and the case-to-death fatality ratio is very low at 0.03 per cent. But this didn’t stop the mainstream media from exaggerating how bad covid was as if it were the Black Death.
Three years after Covid-19 began spreading most people have already caught it and have had a mild infection. That’s if they even knew they had it and now have developed antibodies for it. So as the fear of Covid amongst the general public has decreased, the globalist health bodies and media have been searching the world ready to pounce on any disease outbreak. Hyping it as either the next pandemic or global public health emergency.
In 2022 the Western Monkeypox outbreak was declared by the WHO as a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. Some media and health experts claimed it would eventually invade schools and infect children. But Monkeypox is only spread by close skin-to-skin contact. Transmission in the west was almost exclusively amongst “men who have sex with men”. There was already a smallpox vaccine Jynneos which prevented transmission of Monkeypox. Enough “men who had sex with men” got the vaccine and the outbreak ended, hence why we never hear about it anymore.
The reason why it is Bird Flu’s time in the spotlight is that it is the largest-ever outbreak of H5N1 amongst birds and poultry with massive culls taking place amongst infected birds. Humans are advised not to touch sick or dead birds.
The WHO is pushing for a global pandemic treaty that would allow them to intervene in sovereign nations when there is a major outbreak of a new disease. Globalist leaders such as Tony Blair have stated there needs to be an international digital health infrastructure rollout for vaccine passports in the future for the next pandemic. If we thought Dictator Dan Andrews was bad with his pandemic policies, just wait until the WHO get involved.
Various experts have predicted the next pandemic could be only 10 years away because climate change, humans living closer to animal habitats, and global travel make the conditions ripe for another pandemic. So expect warnings and media reports about all kinds of outbreaks diseases and viruses occurring somewhere in the world. Whether they be new or old, the propaganda about their pandemic potential will be huge.