In the last twenty years, the World Health Organization has declared a pandemic four times, with an ongoing change in the concept of a pandemic, which detaches the territorial spread of the disease from the number of sick people. So if the measles virus is spread all over the world, we talk about the pandemic without looking at how many deaths are caused by measles. The definition of a pandemic has been changed and this is one of the principles that causes confusion and it is also true that conflicts of interest have been found between experts who declare the pandemic and the sale of vaccines, as some within the WHO have huge interests in the sale of vaccines. At the time of the declaration of type VI pandemics, states purchase a number of vaccines en masse that are not used on average. So the state spends millions of euros without having a return.
The only one who gains in all this is Big Pharma and it definitely gains this at least psychological and even physical control over people. I mean people are all in good faith, but at great levels the perception is different, as in the case of the virologist Giulio Tarro and the WHO’s call to the Council of Europe to answer for the last four statements of pandemic unjustified, as well as by the well-established conflict of interest within the WHO. The data showed that for example in Poland, which did not buy the vaccine to fight swine flu, the number of cases was in line with other countries that had instead equipped themselves with the vaccine. So the vaccine also becomes unjustifiable. The case we are discussing today is therefore a problem within the health system of countries: let us ask ourselves why there are not enough places in intensive care, rather than being alarmed by a low mortality.
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