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UN health agency calls coronavirus 'the worst enemy you can imagine,' warns vaccine could take 18 months

An official at the World Health Organization (WHO), the United Nations' health agency, has issued a warning, calling the coronavirus "the worst enemy you can imagine" and more of a threat than "any terrorist attack," during a media briefing on Tuesday.

Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO's director general, said that a vaccine for the coronavirus will likely take 18 months to develop. The virus has reportedly killed hundreds and infected tens of thousands of people, primarily in China.
"To be honest, a virus is more powerful in creating political, social and economic upheaval than any terrorist attack. It's the worst enemy you can imagine," added Ghebreyesus.

On the radio program Wednesday, Glenn Beck noted that the same agency in charge of developing this life-saving vaccine, has taken the time to officially change the disease's name to COVID-19, citing the concern of "stigmatizing" any specific geographical location, individual, or group of people.
Watch the video below to catch more of the conversation:


 

3 comments:

  1. You have to insure a maximum kill ratio. 18 months just might be there best target date.

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  2. LOL...like vaccines actually work.
    Vaccines are a bioweapon, that's why they're called a "shot".

    (WHO) World Health Organization- now openly admitting that the polio vaccines cause more polio than actual wild virus...how about the Texas school that closed despite 100 per cent vaccination against whooping cough. People are so dumb, they can't put the two together. They contacted whooping cough from the vaccine. That's ok...never mind the man behind the curtain...keep on killing witches.

    Jon Rappaport explains...
    These days, doctors often run antibody tests on patients to see if they have a particular disease. What is an antibody test? In the simplest terms, it is aimed at detecting a person’s immune system responding to t he presence of a specific germ. A doctor suspects you have disease X, which is caused by virus Y. He takes a blood sample, and that sample is examined for the presence of antibodies which are specific to virus Y. If you test positive for the presence of those antibodies, he says you have disease X. However, there is a vaccine that is supposed to protect a person from disease X, and this vaccine does what? IT PRODUCES ANTIBODIES SPECIFIC TO VIRUS Y. In that case, you are said to be immune from virus Y.

    That’s right. This is what is called a contradiction. In the first instance, when your body naturally produces antibodies to virus Y, the doctor tells you--- you have disease X. But if the vaccine produces those same antibodies, you’re said to be immune to disease X. In purely practical terms, this contradiction is good for business. Medical business. On the one hand, they diagnose more cases of a disease. On the other hand, using the same logic to obtain an opposite conclusion, they sell more vaccines.

    Epstein? Weinstein? Global Economy? Debt? War? Nope...corona beer virus. You can't make this crap up...oh wait...they do make this crap up, what am I saying.

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  3. If you do not get vaccinated and are unfortunate enough to contract a disease, you could end up not being covered by your travel insurance. Yellow fever vaccine Ritalin, Prozac, antidepressants, and inhalers are rampant in our schools.

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