That’s probably next – after Monkey Pox, which is shaping up to be the next excuse for re-opening the World Hospital, in which we’re all to be admitted as involuntary patients.
The pox – which will be on us – is said to have been spreading among us. Sweden’s gesundheitsfuhrers have already declared it a “danger to public health” that could “justify new restrictions.” Belgium just announced actual restrictions – including a “mandatory” (that word, again) 21-day quarantine for those suspected of being Monkey Poxxers. And the World Health Organization – which seeks to “organize” the world using assertions about sickness as its justification for doing just that – has called an “emergency meeting” about the pox.
The WHO is already working on this, via an “international agreement” – that is to say, an agreement among international gesundheitsfuhrers – to trash-can any remaining impediments to the opening of the World Hospital they intend to create as the final elaboration of the gulags that once existed here and there around the world, in countries like the old Soviet Union (and which still exist in countries like China) by making the world itself a gulag, in the name of “public health.”
Monkey Pox is just the cover, the rebranding of the ‘Rona and its variants – which seem to have lost much of their psychological puissance. The image of a diseased monkey sinking its yellow fangs into someone, who then becomes a diseased monkey himself, may have the needed surge in puissance.
It is interesting that the Pox has become a thing at just the moment the WHO’s “international agreement” is also a thing. Is it possible – could it be? – that a scary new threat to “public health” is just the thing needed to silence opposition to the opening of the World Hospital?
The WHO’s director general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, says his nascent world government – oops, world health authority – is merely asserting its “role” as “…the leading and directing authority on global health at the center of the global health architecture.
Keep in mind where the WHO led us last time; it is a very good indication of where it will direct us next time.
And who, exactly, endowed the WHO with this benign-sounding “role”? Why, the same international gesundheitsfuhrers who turned their respective countries into hospitals you couldn’t check out of. Who now intend to expand admittance to encompass the world, from which there will be no escape.
Tedros – who isn’t even a medical doctor but does hold a doctorate in the Philosophy of Community Health – also says: “We all want a world in which science triumphs over misinformation; solidarity triumphs over division; and equity is a reality.”
My friend Tom Woods had this to say, in reply:
“We now know that ‘science’ means the latest BS from people like him and (that) ‘misinformation’ is when people like you and me try to correct it. ‘Solidarity’ means socialism and ‘equity’ means socialism.”
Tedros said – though not directly in response to Woods: “We are one world, we have one health and we are one WHO.”
Der Stellvertreter – i.e., Rudolf Hess, deputy fuhrer of the German Reich, a kind of prototype of the new Reich struggling to be born – once said something very similar, in his warming up of the audience waiting to hear from his master: The Party is Hitler! And Hitler is Germany – just as Germany is Hitler!
Cue the heils.
Now, the question forms: Will a sufficiency of us “heil” on cue? All hangs in this balance. And it is all coming to a head, just in the nick of time, too – as we approach what could be the last chance to legally repudiate Tedros-Hess and his heilers. Right now, that “international agreement” is being finalized – and very soon, it could be “agreed” to – by those who do not represent us. In order that it becomes utterly meaningless to vote for “representatives” who would be bound before the first vote is cast to represent the WHO and people like Tedros-Hess, who think there is “one health” and “one world” – both his to define and regiment, in the name of “health.”
But there is only our health – each of us, individually. We are not only responsible for it, individually – we have a right to be responsible for it. And no one else has the right to take away someone else’s rights in the name of something that does not exist – that would be “public health” – and which for that reason has no more in the way of rights than a public road.
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