Fact Or Fearmongering? World Health Chief Warns Of Imminent Global Pandemic

Authored by Mac Slavo via SHTFplan.com,

According to a World Health Organization doctor, a global pandemic is imminent, and no one will be prepared for it when it hits. Dr. Tedros Adhanom, director-general for WHO, has said that the next outbreak that will hit us will be a “terrible” one, causing a large death all over the world.

“Humanity is more vulnerable in the face of epidemics because we are much more connected and we travel around much more quickly than before,” said WHO specialist in infectious diseases Dr. Sylvie Brand.

“We know that it is coming, but we have no way of stopping it,” said Brand. 

According to Dr. Tedros, the flu is extremely dangerous to everyone living on the planet. This fear was also promoted by experts at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland last month.

The claims came exactly 100 years after the 1918 Spanish flu that claimed 50 million lives and killed three times as many people as World War I. A mutated strain is the most likely contender to wipe out millions because it can join together with other strains to become deadlier.

This is not some future nightmare scenario. A devastating epidemic could start in any country at any time and kill millions of people because we are still not prepared."

"The world remains vulnerable. We do not know where and when the next global pandemic will occur, but we know it will take a terrible toll both on human life and on the economy,” said Dr. Tedros.

However, not everyone is so sure of Tedros' terrible warnings...

“Hidden underneath this fear-mongering message of a global pandemic is a far more sinister W.H.O. agenda,” warns Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, publisher of Medicine.news.

“The real agenda is a global push for blind, fear-based acceptance of unsafe, unproven vaccines that will be rolled out alongside the next global pandemic,” Adams warns.

“Fear circumvents rational thinking, which is why the vaccine-pharma cartels routinely turn to irrational fear propaganda to demand absolute and unquestioning acceptance of risky medical interventions that should always be scrutinized for safety and efficacy.” –Natural News

Dr. Tedros’ comments come on the heels of the plague outbreak in Madagascar, which was the most recent epidemic to receive international aid attention amid fears it would spread.

More than 200 people were killed during the outbreak that ravaged the island over the winter, which prompted 10 nearby African countries to be placed on high alert.


macholatte bluskyes Mon, 03/12/2018 - 18:09 Permalink


Solutions to the Doom Porn:
   Sterilize the Africans. Let the continent go back to nature.
   Sterilize the Brazilians. Let the Amazon go back to nature.
   Sterilize the Muzzies. Let the world relax.
   Sterilize the Democrats. Let the world become sane.
   Create a hybrid Avocado with a smaller pit.


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HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 mkkby Mon, 03/12/2018 - 18:31 Permalink

Do you remember the Ebola outbreak and how that beta test went here in the US? Fuck they even had a nurse flip out and leave quarantine along with that reporter. Everyone thinks they are above the law. Good luck trying to escape nature's law.

Oh and not allowing people from infected countries to enter US airports was supposedly "racist." Give me a break.

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Maghreb HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 Mon, 03/12/2018 - 18:42 Permalink

Something tells me nature might favor the Africans and Indians. There are no death statistics for the Spanish Flu in the third world colonies back then. Most of the data was covered up by government and Hearst (Masonic) media apparatus to maintain the war effort. It was only SPanish because it was only reported there. Main reason for that in my opinion was no Jews and very few Masons to cover up the situation. The same reason for neutrality in both world wars.

Another factor is covert biological warfare. Some freak from Chicago named Wyndham Latham who was a world leading black death expert went on the run after castrating his buddy. Fled to SanFransisco then turned himself in. Sick fuck sounds almost like some black magician carrying out at ritual. Claims a lot of bio-warfare research are into that shit being the despicable weirdo´s they are. The Spanish were trying to vaccinate against it in some reports but that makes no sense considering how useless vaccines against the flu are now. The whole plague may have been man made and spread as a ruse buy some lunatics. similar logic to the cull during World War 1. Seeing freaks like Latham running around and Bill Gates spouting off it could be possible.


Black Death supposedly required large rodent vectors and is very effective at spreading in urban areas. How it went air born in Madagascar is anyones guess.

Hopefully just scientists asking for more budget. We have yet to see a plague Since Black death make a dent in any population. It could be worse now with global birth rates dropping but I doubt it will make much difference.   

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Maghreb HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 Mon, 03/12/2018 - 20:13 Permalink

Not sure but something tells me even the Soviets were not so fucking stupid as to leave them sitting around. Obama actually got sent to find out what was going on in his first senate term. Another thing is they are biological material if not safely stored they might just go off. Proliferation issues are always a grey area since most stockpiles were secret.


Probably not the best logic but something tells me they are not as effective as they say they are otherwise many wars would have ended a lot quicker. We´ve never seen them used on a scale that large as to create a pandemic and it also takes quite sophisticated dispersal systems to be effective. 

I think disease historically has been the best finishing tactic. biological warfare was best used during sieges, famines or when armies were forced to march through resource poor areas. When peoples immune systems drop enough disease begins to spread like wild fire. Quarantine protocols and basic care limit both mortality and virulence.The human body is a machine that fights back against all biological organisms. Biological agents also have a tendency not to want to kill as quickly since they are organic and analogous to parasites. Pandemic viruses that kill millions burn out quickly while things like HIV, Siphils and TB are the gifts that keep giving. A natural epidemic may slowly revert to the norm. Genetic differences may also be a factor.

My favorite pandemic was the Encephilitus Lethargica epidemic that hit about half a decade after the Spanish Flu. Turned millions of people into zombies. Something tells me from background research there may have been significantly less cases in Spain......


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Miffed Microbi… Maghreb Mon, 03/12/2018 - 19:21 Permalink

Primary reservoirs of yersinia pestis ( bacterium that causes plague) are Asia, Africa and South America. In California we regularly isolate plague from chipmunks and squirrels. The bacteria are transmitted by infected fleas. Interestingly, the bacteria colonize the proventriculus of the flea which is between the esophagus and the gut. The plague bacteria grow like crazy there eventually blocking it. Then the flea starts to feed more because it can't absorb its meal and eventually starves but it regurgitates the bacteria into the host. Research has shown only blocked fleas can transmit Yersina pestis. 


Plague is primarily a problem in areas where rats are living in squalid conditions among humans. Infections by inhaling infectious droplets from pneumatic plague patients can occur in hospitals without proper barrier protection. Generally speaking modern medicine can deal with an outbreak of plague. Influenza is another story.



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HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 Miffed Microbi… Mon, 03/12/2018 - 19:42 Permalink

But there are three different kinds of plague. Bubonic and septicemic plague are spread via rodents while pnuemonic plague is spread via droplets expelled while coughing. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plague_(disease)

"Bubonic and septicemic plague is generally spread by flea bites or handling an infected animal.[1] The pneumonitic form is generally spread between people through the air via infectious droplets.[1] Diagnosis is typically by finding the bacterium in fluid from a lymph node, blood or sputum.[2]" quote from above link.

Usually several people, each year, die in the US from bubonic or septicemic plague in the US. Normally in areas where there are infected rodents like squirrels and ground squirrels. As I recall there was a guy in New Hampshire that died last year from plague. Graphic photos of a survivor, in Oregon: https://www.cbsnews.com/pictures/ore-man-survives-black-death-plague-gr…

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HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 Socratic Dog Mon, 03/12/2018 - 21:07 Permalink

This is my hobby. I read "The Stand" in three days in 1981 while I was on leave. I have been fascinated ever since. I read "The Hot Zone" when that came out, too. Still reading, still learning. Then we had the Ebola outbreak. There have also been some XTB outbreaks including one American that was forced into treatment (this was more than ten years ago). Excellent Frontline show on XTB in Africa from 2014. The funny thing was they had no problem putting kids, anyone, right into quarantine. If you are sick, off you go. You don't get to go to court or complain, nothing. You either live or die. The TB meds are toxic. Not many survivors.

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Toxicosis Miffed Microbi… Mon, 03/12/2018 - 19:54 Permalink

In the last few years antibiotic resistance of Yersinia Pestis strains are creeping up due to the same plasmid induced changes in a great variety of bacteria over the last 15-20 years.  This is just the abstract, I couldn't find the full article.


The emergence of antibiotic-resistant Yersinia pestis strains represents a public health concern. Two antibiotic-resistant Y. pestis strains isolated from Madagascar have been previously identified and characterised. Both strains carried conjugative plasmids that conferred resistance to streptomycin or to multiple antibacterial drugs, respectively. Here we characterised a novel Y. pestis strain (IP2180H) that exhibited resistance to doxycycline. This strain was isolated from a rat in Antananarivo (Madagascar) in 1998. Resistance was carried by a conjugative plasmid (pIP2180H) homologous to pB71 from Salmonella enterica. The plasmid of the previously identified streptomycin-resistant Y. pestis strain was also sequenced and it was found that the three antibiotic resistance Y. pestis plasmids sequenced until now are genetically unrelated and are also unrelated to multidrug resistance plasmids from the phylogenetically close bacterial species Yersinia pseudotuberculosis. The fact that the three antibiotic-resistant Malagasy Y. pestis strains were isolated from different hosts, at different times, from distant locations, and carried unrelated plasmids indicates independent horizontal acquisition of genetic material and further demonstrates the capacity of Y. pestis to acquire antibiotic resistance plasmids under natural conditions. Since these resistance plasmids can frequently carry or easily trap antibiotic resistance cassettes, the emergence of new multidrug-resistant Y. pestis strains may be expected and would represent a major health threat.




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Indo_Expat HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 Mon, 03/12/2018 - 20:25 Permalink

Exactly. As a layman with no background or knowledge I had a virologist explain it to me a few years back, one of my sources into virus weaponisation, and in short she said that these variations take decades to evolve. All you have to do is note the first dates of the outbreaks, and yes she made the point clear that these new variations were not natural.

Her name was Terida Ernala-Genting, a young Indonesian virologist working at the time at Kobe University under Yoshihiro Kawaoka. it is all documented and on the net.

She is now MIA.

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Maghreb Indo_Expat Mon, 03/12/2018 - 20:48 Permalink

Looks kinda cute but the article says her name is Ginting. Site seems a little dodgy but the photo looks exactly like what you´d expect from an Indonesian gal working with a Japanese professor. Its too late to look into or start some Online LARPing experience if this is some red herring bullshit. Weird stuff like that once in awhile on Zero Hedge.


I take it your Indonesian as well? Is she really MIA because thats a tall story to believe an Indonesian Masters student can go MIA in place like Osaka. Cleaning ladies and office workers yes but not an academic working in that field. Sounds like another mystery. Thanks for the heads up. Before i go do you have any additional info on the gal I got a friend who might have an idea about who she is though I doubt it.

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Indo_Expat Maghreb Mon, 03/12/2018 - 21:52 Permalink

I am an American expat living in Indonesia since 2001. Ernala-Ginting, autocorrect misspell - her maiden name was Ernala, contacted me originally from Kobe University regarding my work on the Brevig Mission AK dig by Johan Hultin as I was there at the time it went down. We corresponded over the years as she the revealed the workings inside the Kobe lab, her H1N1 and H5N1 "research" and her increasing concerns about her involvement as time went on. She was recruited at 22 directly from college in Indonesia which I thought was odd at first and then it made sense due to her inexperience and cultural background where unquestioning blind obedience of authority is necessary to get ahead. Many of her pertinent emails are here:



The skullduggery of the Kawaoka team included the theft of Indonesian H5N1, one of the reasons I believe she was recruited in the first place. The University of Wisconsin was involved at the time and now Kawaoka has resurfaced there after the closure of his labs in Kobe and subsequent obscurity for years. He also spent time in Amsterdam following the closure with Ron Fouchier.


The legitgov piece was republished with my permission. I will agree with you that it is indeed weird, but it is all factual and documented. I am still in possession of all her original emails, the confession by Dr. Nidom seals the deal and I can personally attest that the Indonesian government was not pleased at all with the entire episode.

I looked for her for quite some time and came up zip. The entire Kobe lab was dismantled after we exposed it in the series, their website killed the day after the first report was published. I mistakenly believed that Kawaoka was done for, but as often happens demons are hard to kill. I guarantee you this fucker is right up there on par with Unit 731 and Shirō Ishii.

Thanks for the inquiry and if you come across anything please forward it.

Robert S. Finnegan


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Miffed Microbi… Indo_Expat Mon, 03/12/2018 - 20:27 Permalink

Resistance in bacteria is primarily plasmid mediated. This is significant because the plasmid is a small piece of DNA that is exchanged readily during bacterial conjugation. Therefore a bacteria carrying a code for resistance can easily share it with another bacteria, even in bacteria from another genus. We used to shudder when a patient had VRE ( vancomycin resistant enterococcus) and MRSA because of the potential for the enterococcus to share the resistance to vancomycin with the staphylococcus. Vancomycin is the only effective drug against MRSA ( though they are now trying various other cocktails with linezolid etc). We are now seeing VISAs ( Vancomycin intermediate staph aureus) and VRSAs too. This is all the cause of inappropriate antibiotic usage. 


That they are isolating Yersina that is resistant is an indication of a plasmid exchange more than a bacteria that has undergone selective pressures and mutations. Just my personal theory. 



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Indo_Expat Miffed Microbi… Mon, 03/12/2018 - 21:04 Permalink

Thanks for the rundown, ZH is lucky to have you here. Forgive the stupid question is this plasmid exchange the same with viruses? 

I know the very serious consequences of inappropriate antibiotic use, in my case however being an immune-compromised Type 1 diabetic transplant from a temperate to tropical environment I can say unequivocally that I would be long dead were it not for pharmaceutical antibiotics and try to avoid them whenever possible by utilising traditional medicine, but there is a line where they are sometimes overwhelmed and antibiotics are the only option. This place is a pathogenic soup kitchen, 100% exposure rate over time. I have Vanco in the fridge and hope like hell I never have to use it.

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Miffed Microbi… Indo_Expat Mon, 03/12/2018 - 21:44 Permalink

Viruses are essentially just a piece of DNA or RNA with a protein coat ( prions lack a coat so they are an infectious protein) technically viruses aren't even alive if one is to use the classic definition of life. They do not reproduce, undergo respiration or excrete. So their reproduction is called transcription. Kind of like taking a piece of paper and xeroxing it millions of times. They do this by entering a cell and using its components to become a virus factory. Then the cell undergoes lysis ( lytic virus) and releases its products or the viruses bud outside the cell and escape leaving the cell intact ( lysogenic virus) They are incredibly small. Imagine you could blow up a bacteria ( a couple of microns) to the size of an elephant. A virus would be a flea on that elephant. Some viruses are sloppy copiers and they take some of the hosts DNA with them. This reassortment occurs a lot especially in Influenza viruses. Most of the time it's inconsequential but remember this is being done billions and billions of times therefore the chances you will hit the mother lode of pandemic death influenza increases. Also the conditions must be right for spread even though you've got a lethal virus. A lethal pandemic influenza virus would be the product of a perfect storm of precise conditions. Once sparked, hard if not impossible to contain. 


Bacteria only have plasmids, I guess I was a bit long winded in my response. Keep your blood sugar low. Most of my work is with diabetics with poor compliance. Donuts aren't your friend. Type I has a tough go of it. Be careful and best wishes. 





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Indo_Expat Miffed Microbi… Mon, 03/12/2018 - 22:14 Permalink

Thanks very much for the rundown and taking the time to educate.

I always keep my BGL strictly controlled 80-120. It is not genetic but a result of a traumatic resection of the pancreas in 2006. Doing O.K. so far, neuropathy in the feet only moderate but hypo is always hard to manage. I am however fighting a virus in the feet called "Mata Ikan" here, an endemic HPV variant and it is satanic. Three years on now nothing worked and I was looking at amputation until I tried a Russian ozone H20 immersion treatment that kills the virus, albeit very slowly. You simply would not believe this shit, it has mutated three times now to counter traditional treatments and pharma antivirals, almost as if it has a mind of it's own. I have documented it with a log and images and plan to publish it when and if I manage to beat it back, all diabetics visiting tropical environments in ASEAN need to be aware of it as it is insidious and almost impossible to detect in the early stages. Pestilence on parade here.

Thanks again for taking the time to bring us up to speed and best wishes.

Robert S. Finnegan


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Indo_Expat HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 Tue, 03/13/2018 - 02:55 Permalink

"Mata Ikan" is an HPV variant in the planters wart "family" for lack of a more informed word on my part, it is nothing like benign temporate zone planters wart but a nuclear version I apparently picked up through a small foot wound. It initially looked like a simple callus and developed onto an open wound and spread over months. As with all HPV it is highly contagious and not knowing what it was I treated it like anything else with topical sulpha antibiotics, a bad mistake. As there is no competent medical to speak of here I treated it myself exacerbating the problem and only got control of it after 2 years with ozone. It is in remission but I am not out of the woods yet. This is something that all diabetics and immune-compromised individuals need to be aware of when travelling in Indonesia and ASEAN, a true virus from Hell. Always wear shoes unless you are in the water and inspect your feet daily. NEVER eat street food or buy bottled water from street vendors. Never ignore or try to wait out stomach upsets, if symptoms of excess gas or diarrhoea occur use Flagyl 500mg or Cipro 500mg twice a day for two days and if symptoms continue get to a high-end hospital, it could be a parasite. Avoid salad like the plague and make sure everything you eat is well cooked and hot when served. Cut your fruit yourself after washing thoroughly in bottled water. Stay proactive on your health, Westerners have none of the immunities natives have in ASEAN. Always use DEET based mosquito repellent and bring it with you from the states, it is hard to obtain over here and a net for sleeping is always a good idea when travelling outside metropolitan areas.

Congrats on the negative HPV test, once you get it that's the ball game.

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bloofer Indo_Expat Tue, 03/13/2018 - 03:36 Permalink

I don't know if this might be helpful or not, but regular plantar warts are easy to get rid of by applying oil of thyme (white thyme). Basically, the oil of thyme kills the surface of the wart and you pumice off the dead surface after bathing, and then re-apply oil of thyme. For regular plantar warts, you don't even need to do this application every day. It takes a month or two for this method to completely eradicate the wart, as the old, dead surface of the wart is removed and the new surface of the wart exposed and killed. One day you'll pumice off the dead surface of the wart, and there won't be any more wart underneath it.

I once cured two plantar warts using this method--and one was very large and deep.

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Maghreb Miffed Microbi… Mon, 03/12/2018 - 21:19 Permalink

I doubt the plasmid transfers are a factor in antibiotic resistant plague. Most reservoirs of plague bacteria are found in animals. They aren´t taking anti-biotics or being exposed to human illnesses. I also thought the plasmid transfers are something that can only happen in certain environments. Actual living organisms are hot, acidic and have immune systems breaking down that mechanism. Anti-biotic resistance is something that effects humans and environments like hospitals. Plague is incredibly rare and quite lethal.

There could always be some bizare shit going on like Coyotes getting free vets care or maybe bestiality. Would not put it passed certain people but it seems like a minor problem Wyndham Latham excluded.

Chinese had a system since way back for forcing different organisms and bacteria together and creating potent biological toxics. Back then of course it was using black magic.


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Miffed Microbi… Maghreb Mon, 03/12/2018 - 23:12 Permalink

Horizontal gene transfers ( HGT)  in the environment has been studied quite extensively. Here is an article ( a bit long winded) that touches on this. It discusses HGTs and MGE ( mobile gene elements, i.e. Plasmids).



A sample:


"Application of manure to soil is another hot spot contributing to the increase in local concentrations of MGEs and the frequency of HGT in this ecosystem. This practice, as it has been shown, may enhance plasmid mobilization and survival of the introduced donor strain( Götz and Smalla, 1997). If applied together with an antibiotic, the effect is synergistic and affects the transfer frequencies and composition of MGEs introduced with manure (Heuer and Smalla, 2007). Field application of piggery manure, which harbors a substantial reservoir of broad-host-range plasmids conferring multiple antibiotic resistance genes, results in the dissemination of IncN, IncW, IncP-1, and pHHV216-like plasmids into agricultural soils (Binh et al., 2008). Clinically relevant class 1 integrons are also introduced into soil via similar practices (Binh et al., 2009).


Besides contributing to the accumulation of MGEs and to the HGT increase, the application of manure to soil has other important consequences such as the generation of novel MGE diversity and dissemination of novel phenotypes (for example, resistance to recently introduced antibiotics) among bacterial populations. An example of this kind was described recently (Heuer et al., 2009) and deserves a more detailed discussion. A novel plasmid type with 36% G + C content was captured from manure-treated soil microbiota by conjugation to E. coli recipient. The core of plasmids of this type is probably the product of recombination, comprising transfer, and maintenance genes with moderate homology to plasmid pIPO2 and a replication module (rep and oriV) of other descent, correspondingly. These plasmids encode a number of antibiotic resistance genes including tet(X) (GenBank accession number FJ012881), which may confer resistance against a recently introduced third-generation tetracycline. "

Like it or not we interact with this organisms. We are exposed through the oral/ fecal route no matter how unpleasant that sounds. The interaction of gut flora is being studied extensively now and they exchange information readily in this environment. Plague is a rare infection and I don't think increased resistance could be seen due to antibiotics targeting it. That would take years normally.




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Maghreb Miffed Microbi… Mon, 03/12/2018 - 20:26 Permalink

This Latham guy was digging up strains from all over the world. His articles discuss everything from ancient Greece to Feudal Europe.

On his Twitter feed it almost sounded like some of the samples were still alive. Guy is still alive but currently getting done for murder but I find it suspicious he managed to avoid the cops for so long and fled with some other weirdo from the U.K.

Noticed more "plague" in the news the following months. Possible he dug up some more virulent strains and they were used to create something worse. 


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