In the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak the US waged an information war against China. Through US-controlled foundations and media, mass hysteria was organised, with the aim of isolating China and attacking its economy. Later on, another virus strain was discovered in Italy but ignorant media continued sowing panic around “Chinese coronavirus.” In addition to fake media reporting about over-crowded hospitals and long lines of ambulances, producers and distributors of surgical masks, disinfectant, lab coats, lung ventilators, toilet paper, etc. also created an inflated demand based on coronavirus speculation. Now companies producing digital equipment for controlling people’s mobility come on up.
The World Health Organisation announced a pandemic although this decision goes in contrast to its own criteria. They say that a pandemic can be announced only if the share of infected people exceeds 5%. This controversy is logical, though, if one takes into account that the WHO is largely, by 75%, financed by international pharmaceutical companies and acts in their interests. Given that the annual returns of pharmaceutical giants have declined over the last years, they found a new business model focused on prevention of disease through vaccination of the population. The problem is that, in many countries, vaccination is voluntary. To overcome this problem and to make vaccination mandatory, the world should be frightened to the extent that people beg to be vaccinated. The WHO completed this mission by announcing a pandemic.
The US refuses to finance the WHO because Donald Trump does not wish to fund Bill Gates’ initiatives. The thing is the US contributions account for 15% of WHO budget, while all the other countries’ contributions stand at an additional 10%. At the same time, Bill Gates’ foundation contributes to 32% of WHO budget, which makes Gates the largest WHO sponsor.