Disease Madness – What is Happening? Part 1-2
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Disease Madness – What is Happening? Part 1
The Merriam-Webster web page that contains the definition of ‘pandemic’ includes a section called Frequently Asked Questions that also provides answers. One such question and answer is,
“When does an outbreak become a pandemic?
An outbreak is “a sudden rise in the incidence of a disease” and typically is confined to a localized area or a specific group of people. Should an outbreak become more severe, and less localized, it may be characterized as an epidemic. If it broadens still further, and affects a significant portion of the population, the disease may be characterized as a pandemic.”
If we are to believe the mainstream media, which is not advisable for a whole host of reasons, not least of which is that they have been demonstrably proven to report lies, then millions and possibly billions of people are currently in the grip of many ‘outbreaks’, some ‘epidemics’ and one ‘pandemic’, all of which involve a variety of different diseases.
This situation raises a number of fundamental questions, not least of which are: why are people suddenly succumbing to so many ‘diseases’; why is it happening at this point in time; and why is the medical establishment not able to at least contain if not prevent these diseases?
Just what is happening?
It would seem that there is no single, simple answer to these questions, which is what most people seek when asking questions of this nature; but that does not mean that these questions cannot be answered. The true situation, based on how the human body actually functions, is that there will be different answers depending on the individual, the so-called ‘disease’ in question and the area in which the ‘disease’ is claimed to occur.
However, the media reports are not based on knowledge about how the body actually functions, but on the false notion that there are such entities as ‘infectious diseases’ that people can catch and transmit to others, as can be seen by the following ‘information’ provided by the WHO.
According to the WHO Disease Outbreak News (DONS) web page (accessed on 27th June 2022), which provides updates on the latest situations, the ‘diseases’ listed as current ‘outbreaks’ include Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever – Iraq, which is claimed to be a tick-borne disease that has produced 212 cases and claimed 27 lives. The web page about this ‘outbreak’ states,
“CCHF is a viral tick-borne disease that is transmitted to humans by bites of infected ticks, and by direct contact with blood or tissues from infected humans and livestock.”
The next update refers to Cholera – Pakistan and states that this involves a,
“…significant increase in cholera cases with 234 laboratory confirmed cases reported between 15 January to 27 May.”
These cases are said to have occurred in the Sindh province.
Another update refers to Wild poliovirus type 1 (WPV1) – Mozambique, which is claimed to involve ONE case that was reported in May 2022 and was found to be ‘genetically linked’ to ONE case reported in Malawi in February 2022. The response to the single case in Malawi is reported as follows,
“As part of response measures following the confirmation of the case in Malawi, two rounds of bivalent oral poliovirus vaccine (bOPV) campaigns have been conducted in the country, with more than 4.5 million children vaccinated.”
A single ‘case’ does not conform to the definition of an ‘outbreak’.
It may seem that these 2 cases should not be regarded as significant, but that would be misleading because they serve an important function, which is to perpetuate the idea that ‘polio’ still exists in the ‘wild’ form and that therefore children still need to be vaccinated.
On 23rd June 2022, the BBC website posted an article entitled Polio virus detected in London sewage samples. The article claims that polio was eliminated in the UK by 2003. The reason given for the presence of the alleged ‘discovery’ of the so-called ‘virus’ is,
“The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) says it was probably imported to London by someone who was recently vaccinated overseas with a live form of the virus.”
This is clearly based on the notion that a person who has ‘caught’ a ‘virus’ in a foreign country, can then ‘carry’ it in their body and eliminate it in a different country. It is believed that this will help to ‘spread’ the pathogen, especially to children who have not been vaccinated. It is interesting to note that the article states that the polio vaccine take-up in London is below target levels.
It must be emphasised that there is no report of an actual case of polio in the UK, but merely the alleged ‘detection’ of so-called ‘poliovirus’ in sewage. This raises the obvious question of why were they testing sewage in 2022 for this ‘virus’ if polio had been eliminated in the UK almost 20 years earlier?
However, it should be noted that, even from the perspective of the mainstream, there is no evidence that anyone in the UK ‘has polio’, because the article merely claims that ‘it was probably imported’. Any statements about the presence or resurgence of ‘polio’ in the UK are pure speculation.
Another ‘disease outbreak’ update on the WHO web page refers to Severe acute hepatitis of unknown aetiology in children – Multi-country. This update claims that,
“As of 22 June 2022, 33 countries in five WHO Regions have reported 920 probable cases of severe acute hepatitis of unknown aetiology in children which fulfil the WHO case definition.”
Again, note the use of the word ‘probable’.
The initial ‘outbreak’ is claimed to have occurred in the UK.
What is particularly interesting about this particular ‘outbreak’ of so-called hepatitis is that it is being blamed on an ‘adenovirus’ rather than one of the 5 hepatitis ‘viruses’. So-called ‘adenoviruses’ are usually associated with conditions such as ‘colds’ and ‘bronchitis’, not hepatitis, which is inflammation within the liver.
The last, but by no means the least of the ‘disease outbreak’ updates refers to Multi-country monkeypox outbreak: situation update, which claims that,
“As of 15 June, a total of 2103 laboratory confirmed cases and one probable case, including one death, have been reported to WHO.”
Interestingly, but rather strangely, the WHO states that,
“Confirmation of one case of monkeypox, in a country, is considered an outbreak.”
Once again, a single ‘case’ does not conform to the standard definition of an ‘outbreak’, which raises the question of why the WHO would consider a single case of monkeypox to pose a significant health problem. There is clearly an agenda here, as will be discussed in part 2 of this article.
At the time of writing, the WHO has stated on the web page entitled Meeting of the International Health Regulations (2005) Emergency Committee regarding the multi-country monkeypox outbreak, that it does not determine that the ‘monkeypox outbreak’ constitutes a Public Health Emergency of International Concern, despite the claim that there have been 3040 cases reported to the WHO from 47 countries since May 2022. However, the Committee said that it will monitor the situation and review it again in a few weeks. In other words, watch this space….
All of the above may lead people to wonder why are the reports of these ‘diseases’ significant in any way? Haven’t there always been ‘outbreaks’ of various diseases in different countries throughout the world?
The answer to the second question is probably ‘yes’, except for the fact that there are no distinct ‘diseases’, as we explain in painstaking detail in our book What Really Makes You Ill? Why Everything You Thought You Knew About Disease Is Wrong.
A clue to the first question, however, can be seen in a 27th June article entitled Could ‘Disease X’ be just around the corner? Top professor warns Britain needs to ‘strengthen’ its preparations for possibility of a new pandemic amid outbreak of Covid, Monkeypox and Polio in the UK on the website of the Daily Mail.
The article claims that there has been a string of infectious diseases that has hit the UK in the past 6 months. These ‘diseases’ include: polio, H5 bird flu, Lassa fever, Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever and monkeypox.
It is extremely surprising to see Lassa fever and CCHF on that list considering that the former is claimed to be endemic in Africa and associated with the African rat; and the latter ‘outbreak’ has been reported to have occurred in Iraq. When these articles are scrutinised carefully, the anomalies and contradictions abound!
However, an important statement made in the article is that,
“Last year, WHO warned that the next pandemic could be ‘on the scale of the Black Death’ which killed approximately 75 million people between 1346 and 1353.”
This view is echoed by Professor Woolhouse, a professor of infectious disease epidemiology at the University of Edinburgh, who is reported in the article to have stated that,
“The early 21st century has been a perfect storm for emerging infectious diseases, and everything is pointing towards the likelihood of more and more outbreaks.”
There are no grounds given for the claim of this alleged ‘perfect storm’ or for the claim that there will be more outbreaks, although a weak attempt at an explanation is found in the statement that,
“The factors behind the spread of new and existing viruses are likely due to growing economies of previously undeveloped nations, population growth, rise in the trade in wildlife and the human movement into jungles and forests.”
The use of the phrase ‘likely due’ indicates that there is no scientific evidence on which this idea has been based.
However, these are not ‘new’ situations and the lack of a scientific basis for such claims shows that this is merely propaganda intended to increase the level of fear and make people believe in and submit to the goals of the 2030 Agenda; wherever they live.
And if all of that isn’t enough to scare people, it is claimed that there are ‘variants’ of Covid that are causing an increase in infections.
So, what is actually going on?
We are repeatedly told that ‘modern medicine’ is the pinnacle of medical science with respect to ‘healthcare’. In a 2010 article entitled Modern Medicine: Towards Prevention, Cure, Well-being and Longevity is the typical claim made by those within the medical system that,
“Modern medicine has done much in the fields of infectious diseases and emergencies to aid cure.”
Sadly, nothing could be further from the truth!
The catalogue of new ‘outbreaks’ this year alone, only a few of which are listed above, refute that anything has been ‘done’ with respect to so-called ‘infectious diseases’, especially in view of the predictions that there will be more outbreaks.
This complete lack of progress can be demonstrated by the fact that over the course of more than a century, the sole ‘victory’ that ‘modern medicine’ is able to claim is that it has eradicated one single ‘infectious disease’, namely, smallpox. This single victory cannot under any circumstances be described as having ‘done much’, especially as it is claimed that there are now hundreds, if not thousands of different ‘infectious diseases’ with new ones allegedly ‘emerging’ all the time.
It is abundantly clear that there is a significant effort to increase vaccine coverage for many of these ‘diseases’. This effort is a basic goal of the 2030 Agenda, especially SDG 3.8 that states the aim to,
“Achieve universal health coverage, including financial risk protection, access to quality essential health-care services and access to safe, effective, quality and affordable essential medicines and vaccines for all.”
The effort to reach ‘all’ includes expanding vaccine coverage to people in countries that the vaccine industry, assisted by organisations such as GAVI, has yet to penetrate. Many of these countries are in the sub-Saharan region of Africa which is claimed to be the most affected by a wide variety of so-called ‘infectious diseases’ and therefore most in need of so-called ‘life-saving vaccines. This effort is described by GAVI on 24th June as requiring a,
“…renewed push for routine immunization and reaching zero-dose children.”
It would seem that many children in that region of the world have succeeded in escaping ‘the poisoned needle’, as Eleanor McBean eloquently titled her 1957 book.
GAVI intends to achieve their goal through ‘ZIP’ (Zero-dose Immunisation Programme), as indicated by a 21st June article entitled ZIP: a new way to get vaccines to zero-dose children in some of the world’s toughest regions. This article claims that,
“Millions of children in fragile parts of the Sahel and the Horn of Africa remain functionally invisible to health systems, missing out on life-saving vaccines as a consequence.”
Yet again, nothing could be further from the truth!
Vaccines are not the only aspect of the 2030 Agenda that will adversely affect people’s health, but it is important for people to be aware that there is no evidence – and never has been – that vaccines prevent any ‘disease’. The reason for this is because the underlying theory on which vaccination is based has never been proven. The ‘diseases’ that vaccines are claimed to prevent are not caused by microorganisms that invade the body which in turn attacks the invaders through the production of specific antibodies that recognise the invading ‘germs’ and destroy them. In addition, these allegedly ‘life-saving’ vaccines are proven to be ‘life-harming’, ‘life-threatening’ and often deadly.
There are a number of reasons for these false media reports about new and dangerous diseases; trying to scare people into accepting vaccines is only one of them. Other reasons will be explored in part 2.
People definitely DO become ill and even die – all the time, sadly – but the reasons for those illnesses do not include an ‘infection’ with any pathogenic ‘germ’ that has invaded their bodies.
It is vitally important that, more than ever before, people recognise that there is a complete and utter lack of evidence for the existence of any ‘pathogenic agents’, especially viruses, so that they will not continue to be drawn into the relentless reporting by the mainstream media about alleged ‘outbreaks’, ‘epidemics’ and ‘pandemics’. These reports are pure propaganda!
There is no pandemic of Covid-19 and there never was, as discussed in my previous articles; COVID: An Overviewand COVID: The Plot Thickens.
The idea that people can ‘catch’ and then ‘transmit’ ‘infectious diseases’ is based on a complete misunderstanding of how the human body actually works. These propagandising media reports are intended to make people defer to ‘authority’ and the so-called ‘experts’ instead of taking responsibility for their health, their bodies and, in fact, all aspects of their lives.
Everyone has a choice: but people need to be aware of the choices they are being asked to make, whether they want to choose subservience or freedom.
The choice is yours, but at least make sure you have ALL the information you need so that you can make truly informed decisions.
Part 2 to follow……
28th June 2022
Merriam-Webster definition of pandemic
WHO Disease Outbreak News
Polio virus detected in London sewage samples
Meeting of the International Health Regulations (2005) Emergency Committee regarding the multi-country monkeypox outbreak
Could ‘Disease X’ be just around the corner? Top professor warns Britain needs to ‘strengthen’ its preparations for possibility of a new pandemic amid outbreak of Covid, Monkeypox and Polio in the UK.
Modern Medicine: Towards Prevention, Cure, Well-being and Longevity
UN 2030 Agenda – Goal 3
ZIP: a new way to get vaccines to zero-dose children in some of the world’s toughest regions
COVID: An overview
COVID: The Plot Thickens
Disease Madness – What is Happening? Part 2
In part 1 of Disease Madness – What Is Happening?, I discussed the ‘diseases’ reported by the WHO on their Disease Outbreak News (DONS) web page since 1st June 2022. But these were not all new ‘outbreaks’; some were referred to as ‘situation updates’; in other words, they had begun some time earlier.
However, perusal of the DONS web pages from the beginning of 2020 reveals a rather large number of ‘outbreaks’ of many different diseases in various different countries or sometime multiple countries. Again, these are not all ‘new’ outbreaks; they too include ‘situation updates’.
This is the 2020 ‘outbreaks’ list:
- Lassa fever
- Yellow fever
- Dengue fever
- Influenza A(H1N2)
- Circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus type 2
- Oropouch virus disease
- Mayaro virus disease
- Rift Valley fever
- Avian influenza A(H5N1)
- Acute hepatitis E
- Last, but not least – COVID 19 was reported as ‘global’
This is the 2021 ‘outbreaks’ list:
- Influenza A(H3N2)
- Human infection with avian influenza A(H5N8)
- Human infection with avian influenza A(H10N3)
- Marburg virus disease
- Human infection with avian influenza A(H5N1)
- Nipah virus disease
- Zika virus disease
This is the 2022 ‘outbreaks’ list to the end of May 2022:
- Influenza A(H5)
- Wild poliovirus type 1
- Extensively drug-resistant Shigella sonnei infections
- Acute hepatitis of unknown aetiology
- Circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus type 3
- Multi-country outbreak of Salmonella Typhimunium linked to chocolate products
- Japanese encephalitis
- Avian Influenza A(H3N8)
- Influenza A(H12N1)
The ‘outbreaks’ that are claimed to have occurred during June 2022 were listed in Disease Madness part 1, with the addition of 2 ‘situation updates’, one of which relates to Ebola, which is discussed later in this article.
The main reason for providing this list of ‘outbreaks’ is to highlight that, contrary to many reports, ‘Covid-19’ is not the only alleged ‘disease’ claimed to be affecting people in various parts of the world since the beginning of 2020.
It should be noted that the vast majority of these so-called ‘diseases’ are said to be caused by ‘viruses’; but no particle that has been labelled a ‘virus’ has ever been proven to be the cause of any disease, as discussed in many previous articles as well as our book.
This again raises the obvious question: what is happening?
It is abundantly clear that there is a massive drive to perpetuate the belief that there is a veritable ‘zoo’ of pathogenic microorganisms ‘out there’ to infect us; thereby making us all ill or even killing us. The reference to a ‘zoo’ is also pertinent because many of these alleged ‘diseases’ are claimed to be transmissible by animals of one sort or another. However, yet again, there is no evidence that this is the case.
This drive is clearly seen in the ‘information’ promulgated by the mainstream medical establishment as demonstrated by an undated page on the WHO website (accessed on 12th August 2022) entitled Prioritizing diseases for research and development in emergency contexts that states,
“Worldwide, the number of potential pathogens is very large, while the resources for disease research and development (R&D) is limited. To ensure efforts under WHO’s R&D Blueprint are focused and productive, a list of diseases and pathogens are prioritized for R&D in public health emergency contexts.”
The article continues,
“At present, the priority diseases are:
– Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever
– Ebola virus disease and Marburg virus disease
– Lassa fever
– Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)
– Nipah and henipaviral diseases
– Rift Valley fever
– “Disease X”*
This is followed by the comment that,
“This is not an exhaustive list, nor does it indicate the most likely causes of the next epidemic.”
‘Disease X’ is described on the web page as follows,
“Disease X represents the knowledge that a serious international epidemic could be caused by a pathogen currently unknown to cause human disease. The R&D Blueprint explicitly seeks to enable early cross-cutting R&D preparedness that is also relevant for an unknown “Disease X”.
This is not the only publication that refers to this mystery disease; as can be seen by a March 2018 article entitled, Disease X: The Next Pandemic, which states that,
“Disease X is the mysterious name given to the very serious threat that unknown viruses pose to human health. Disease X is on a short list of pathogens deemed a top priority for research by the World Health Organization, alongside known killers like SARS and Ebola.”
The authors of these articles would seem to be gifted clairvoyants. Not only are they able to predict that there will be a ‘next pandemic’, but they are also able to know what the cause is likely to be!! They also, paradoxically, seem to know about ‘unknown’ viruses.
Despite being listed as if they are separate conditions, Ebola and Marburg are claimed to be ‘clinically similar’ yet caused by different ‘viruses’ of the same family, known as ‘filoviruses’. The ‘viruses’ that are claimed to cause Ebola and Marburg are described on the page entitled Filovirus on the Science Direct website as being,
“…among the most dangerous causes of viral hemorrhagic fever, with reported case fatality rates frequently over 50%.”
The WHO 4th July 2022 situation report about ‘Ebola’ states that,
“Between 23 April and 3 July 2022, a total of five (four confirmed and one probable) cases of EVD, including five deaths (case fatality ratio 100%), were reported from three health areas in Equateur province.”
One of the measures used to combat this outbreak involved vaccination with Ervebo. According to the package insert, which is available from the FDA website (see references at the foot of this article),
“The vaccine virus is grown in serum-free Vero cell cultures. The virus is harvested from the cell culture medium, purified, formulated with stabilizer solution, filled into vials and stored frozen.”
Vero cells are monkey kidney cells, which are commonly used in the virology cell culture experiments that are claimed to ‘isolate’ viruses. But, as has been repeatedly shown, these experiments do no such thing. There is no evidence that any so-called ‘virus’ has ever been ‘isolated’ in the true sense of the word. For more information on the problem with ‘virus isolation’, please refer to my earlier article, COVID: An Overview. Equally importantly is that many toxic substances are used in these cell culture experiments that remain in the ‘culture medium’ that is used as the basis for vaccines.
An ‘outbreak’ of Marburg disease was reported on the WHO DONS web page as having occurred in August 2021. The report referred to a single person with an allegedly confirmed case of ‘Marburg’ disease, but who died. The web page also states that,
“This is the first known case of Marburg virus disease in Guinea and in West Africa.”
Interestingly, on 18th July 2022, an article appeared on the BBC website with the title, Ghana confirms first cases of deadly Marburg virus. As occurred with the case in 2021, the patients both died. The article also states that there is no ‘treatment’ yet for this deadly disease.
The reason for highlighting these two ‘diseases’ is because they are both considered to have a high fatality rate; to be caused by ‘viruses’; to be spread to humans by animals, and bats in particular; to be ‘priority diseases’ and to occur in Africa.
The first point to emphasise is that there is no evidence that these ‘diseases’ are caused by viruses or that they are transmissible to humans by animals, which inevitably raises the question of what does cause Ebola and Marburg? The problem is that there is no single simple answer to this question. But, as with all diseases, there will be many contributory factors that will always involve a varying combination of what we refer to in our book as the ‘four factors’. The most likely candidates for the cases of Ebola and Marburg in African countries will include toxins of some description, poor nutrition, a lack of clean water and poor sanitation.
Another disease that is claimed to be a significant health problem in Africa is ‘malaria’, as can be seen by the July 2022 WHO Malaria fact sheet that states,
“The WHO African Region continues to carry a disproportionately high share of the global malaria burden.”
The fact sheet describes malaria as follows,
“Malaria is a life-threatening disease caused by parasites that are transmitted to people through the bites of infected female Anopheles mosquitoes. It is preventable and curable.”
Yet again, the main problem is that there is no evidence that ‘malaria’ occurs as described nor that it is transmitted to humans by mosquitoes. This topic is discussed in detail in our book, although some of the key points are discussed in this article.
First of all, it should be emphasised that ‘malaria’ is one of the key goals of the 2030 Agenda, as can be seen in SDG 3.3, which states the aim to,
“By 2030, end the epidemics of AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria and neglected tropical diseases and combat hepatitis, water-borne diseases and other communicable diseases.”
In addition, the WHO report entitled Global Technical Strategy for Malaria 2016-2030 was first prepared in 2015 as was the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. However, the malaria report was updated in 2021. Under the heading Strategic Framework is the following,
“In order to accelerate progress towards elimination, WHO urges affected countries and the global malaria community to maximize the impact of existing life-saving interventions.”
The report then lists a number of pillars, the first of which states,
“Pillar 1. Ensure access to malaria prevention, diagnosis and treatment as part of universal health coverage.”
Also included in the same paragraph is the explanation of the measures that are claimed to prevent malaria,
“WHO recommends implementing two sets of interventions in a complementary way: (i) prevention strategies based on vector control, and, in certain settings and in some population groups, administration of chemoprevention…”
In other words, the core concern of the WHO is to implement intervention measures to treat or prevent ‘malaria’, but this would assume that they know the cause of this health problem; however, this is not the case. Unfortunately, their claims to providing ‘life-saving’ interventions are also unfounded.
Vector control involves the use of insecticides to kill the mosquitoes claimed to be the cause of malaria. These insecticides are used in two ways, ITNs (insecticide-treated nets) and IRS (indoor residual spraying). The most common insecticides used for these purposes are pyrethroids, which are known to be toxic.
The problem with these intervention measures is that the insecticides used will inevitably adversely affect human health as well as kill mosquitoes!
There are a number of ‘medicines’ used as chemoprevention, especially chloroquine and other similar substances, such as hydroxychloroquine. The ‘population groups’ most likely to be advised to take these toxic substances as preventives against malaria are explained in the Malaria report,
“WHO-recommended preventive treatment strategies against malaria presently include intermittent preventive treatment of pregnant women (IPTp), intermittent preventive treatment of infants (IPTi), and seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) for children under 6. These interventions are recommended in areas of moderate to high malaria transmission in sub-Saharan Africa, with SMC recommended only in areas of highly seasonal transmission across the Sahel subregion.”
The idea that pregnant women and young children need protection is not incorrect – but these women and children will not be protected through the administration of toxic ‘medicines’ that cannot prevent a ‘disease’ that has never been definitively proven to be caused by a parasite called Plasmodium falciparum nor transmitted mainly by the Anopheles mosquito.
A new addition to the arsenal in the fight against ‘malaria’ is a vaccine, as the WHO fact sheet explains,
“Since October 2021, WHO also recommends broad use of the RTS,S/AS01 malaria vaccine among children living in regions with moderate to high P. falciparum malaria transmission.”
As previously discussed, there is no evidence to support the idea that any vaccine can prevent any disease. There is, however, an abundance of evidence that all vaccines cause harm. So the question many people ought to be asking is: why are the people in Africa being targeted?
There are a few possible answers to this question. One of them involves the idea that the world is overpopulated and that the current rate of population growth is unsustainable; hence the 2030 Agenda promoting ‘sustainable development’. The problem is that there is absolutely no evidence that the world cannot support the existing population or even a greater population size; this theme will be continued in part 3 of this article series.
It should be abundantly clear from the foregoing that there are ongoing efforts to maintain the belief in the public mind of the existence of ‘dangerous infectious diseases’ that require treatments, ‘chemoprevention’ or vaccines. But these measures are all toxic and harmful to the human body, which means that they will only contribute to worsening health problems and never to their resolution.
It is for this reason that it is of such vital importance that people learn that this idea that they are being encouraged to believe is not based on any genuine scientific evidence.
Understanding this simple but fundamental point has two beneficial consequences; first of all, it eliminates the fear associated with the idea of such diseases and secondly, it stops people from submitting themselves to toxic treatments or toxic preventive measures or both.
Part 3 to follow…
12th August 2022
WHO Disease Outbreak News
Disease Madness – What Is Happening? Part 1
Prioritizing diseases for research and development in emergency contexts
Disease X: The Next Pandemic
Science direct – Filovirus definition
WHO Ebola situation update
FDA package insert of Ervebo
COVID: An Overview
WHO Marburg disease outbreak news
BBC – Ghana confirms first cases of deadly Marburg virus
WHO Malaria fact sheet
UN 2030 Agenda SDG3
WHO report – Global Technical Strategy for Malaria 2016-2030
1 thought on “Disease Madness – What is Happening? Part 1-2”
It’s also clear when you do the research that there are no pandemics. All such phenomena have been man-made, either through poisoning waterways, foods, injecting and otherwise prescribing toxic substances into the population and just plain poverty, starvation and lack of sanitation, as well as warfare.
Remove these man-made situations and you get a healthy population.