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Why is The WEF And Everyone Else Suddenly Talking About “Disease X”?

Should all of this talk about “Disease X” alarm us?  According to the WHO, “Disease X” is an “unknown” hypothetical disease that could potentially kill millions upon millions of people.



It is supposed to be a purely theoretical disease, but by giving it a name they are basically inviting people to come up with all sorts of theories about it.  And that is especially true now that experts have speculated that it could cause 20 times more deaths than COVID did

 

Health leaders are meeting at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos on Wednesday to discuss ways to prepare for ‘Disease X’ – a term coined by the World Health Organisation (WHO) in 2018 to describe the unknown, hypothetical pathogen that could cause the next pandemic.According to some experts, Disease X could result in 20 times more fatalities than the coronavirus pandemic.It’s on the WHO’s shortlist of priority diseases, alongside viruses like SARS, Ebola and Zika.

The WEF is certainly contributing to the hype around this hypothetical disease.  On Wednesday, there will be an entire session at the WEF’s yearly gathering that has been entitled “Preparing for Disease X”, and the description for that session ominously declares that “‘Disease X’ could result in 20 times more fatalities than the coronavirus pandemic”

The 2024 program is one for the ages. Attendees will watch Pfizer’s Albert Bourla and Open AI’s Sam Altman talk about Artificial Intelligence (AI). They’ll see depopulation advocate Bill “Bugman” Gates advancing the climate hoax. John Kerry will appear on four different stages to discuss the “energy transition.” We will also see Klaus Schwab sit down for a 1 on 1 with the second highest ranking Chinese government official.But one panel in particular sticks out: Preparing for Disease X. The topic is both incredibly vague and incredibly disturbing.The description for the discussion reads: “With fresh warnings from the World Health Organization that an unknown ‘Disease X’ could result in 20 times more fatalities than the coronavirus pandemic, what novel efforts are needed to prepare healthcare systems for the multiple challenges ahead?”

Why give such a specific number?


I don’t think that is helpful at all.


Are they trying to cause panic?


The list of speakers that are scheduled for this session includes the Director-General of the WHO


  • Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General, WHO

  • Shyam Bishen, Head, Centre for Health and Healthcare; WEF Geneva

  • Roy Jakobs, President and Chief Executive Officer, Royal Philips

  • Preetha Reddy, Executive Vice-Chairperson, Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd

  • Nisia Trindade Lima, Minister of Health, Ministry of Health of Brazil

  • Michel Demaré, Chair of the Board, AstraZeneca Plc


Without a doubt, more global pandemics are coming.


This is something that I have been relentlessly warning my readers about.


But to give an “unknown” disease a specific name and to throw out numbers for potential death rates is only going to fuel unhealthy speculation.


Of course it isn’t just the WHO and the WEF that are doing this.


In June of last year, a bill known as the Disease X Act of 2023 was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives.


And it is being reported that a facility that has just been built in the UK will actually be performing “vaccine research” for Disease X…

A new facility has been constructed in the UK that will conduct vaccine research for an unknown pathogen dubbed by the World Economic Forum (WHO) as “Disease X.”The new facility is located at the secretive Porten Down science and technology campus in Wiltshire, England, which is best known for chemical and biological warfare research.Experts at this facility are “preparing” for the emergence of a new “Disease X” virus, the BBC reported in August.

I have no idea how they can conduct “research” on an entirely “unknown” disease, but apparently that is what they intend to do.


Instead of chasing ghosts, perhaps our leaders could focus on fixing what is already broken.


According to one recent study, almost one out of every five hospital deaths in the United States is caused by doctor error

Nearly one in five US hospital deaths are caused by misdiagnoses, research shows.A study published last month in the journal JAMA examined 2019 medical records from nearly 2,500 patients in 29 different American hospitals.All of the patients were transported to the intensive care unit (ICU), died while hospitalized, or both.

Let me give you another example.  The makers of Ozempic are being sued by dozens of people including one woman “who will suffer diarrhea for the rest of her life”

A woman who will suffer diarrhea for the rest of her life after using Ozempic is among dozens of patients who are suing the maker of the blockbuster weight loss drug over claims it left them with crippling stomach paralysis, a DailyMail.com investigation reveals.Novo Nordisk, the maker of Ozempic and Wegovy, is facing lawsuits from patients across America who say they experienced extreme side effects which they were allegedly not warned about.

Another woman literally vomited until her teeth fell out.


We have very real problems that health officials could be focusing on.


And we have very real diseases which have been spreading all over the country in recent months.


But instead of addressing our pressing needs, many health officials would like us to look forward to a “Disease X” which may or may not materialize.

Why?


Once again, I certainly believe that we are living during a time when great pestilences will be very common.


But I think that it would be wise to wait until they actually appear to give them names, and the sort of speculation that the WHO and the WEF are engaging in is not helpful at all.

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