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World Health Organization Warns Next Pandemic Could Be “Even Deadlier” than Covid

World Health Organization Warns Next Pandemic Could Be “Even Deadlier” than Covid

The “experts” got so much wrong with the covid pandemic. Why should we trust them to handle something worse?

As the World Health Organization (WHO) has officially declared the end of the covid pandemic global health emergency, the international body is looking for ways to stay relevant and funded.

The “experts” decided the best approach would be to warn that there could be an even “deadlier” pandemic.

In a meeting of the World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland, on Monday, director-general Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus sounded an alarm that the COVID-19 pandemic is far from over.

“The threat of another variant emerging that causes new surges of disease and death remains,” Tedros said. “And the threat of another pathogen emerging with even deadlier potential remains.”

However, the WHO recently declared that the COVID-19 pandemic is no longer a health emergency.

“When the next pandemic comes knocking — and it will — we must be ready to answer decisively, collectively and equitably,” he added.

“We cannot kick this can down the road,” Tedros said in an address to the WHO’s member states. “If we do not make the changes that must be made, then who will? And if we do not make them now, then when?”

The real reason for the drama is 194 WHO member states are working on a global pandemic accord, with negotiations set to continue over the next year. And, then, there is also the money.

Tedros noted the importance of a “commitment from this generation” to the pandemic treaty “because it is this generation that experienced how awful a small virus could be.”

Earlier in the meeting, member countries approved a $6.83 billion budget for the next two years that included a 20% increase in mandatory fees. The new budget “tested national commitments to fixing a WHO funding model which was seen as too small and overly reliant on the vagaries of donors,” per Reuters.

As an added bonus, the next pandemic might even be the result…of the climate crisis.

One potential threat comes from the human encroachment on natural bat habitats. Experts warn that such encounters increase the risk of pathogen transmission from bats to humans, potentially sparking future pandemics.

More than 1 billion people are at risk because of a “battle” between the global economic system and nature, Ryan McNeill, a deputy editor of data journalism at Reuters, told CBS News. He is one of the authors of a recent series exploring hot spots around the world. In West Africa, 1 in 5 people lives in a high-risk “jump zone,” which Reuters describes as areas with the greatest likelihood of viruses jumping from bats to humans. Parts of Southeast Asia are also areas of concern. In South America, deforestation has created more high-risk areas than anywhere else in the world, McNeill said.

“Scientists’ fear about that region what we don’t know, and that the next pandemic could emerge there,” he said.

I assert that the “deadlier” pandemic comes about via climate only if the bat virus genetics are modified to make the pathogen spikier and stickier to human lung tissues within a climate-controlled research laboratory.

This global pandemic accord would place many restrictions and requirements on signatories at the cost of personal liberties, cash, and options to pursue more successful disease-control approaches. And, quite frankly, the international “experts” failed miserably to address the first novel coronavirus.

Why should we trust them to handle something worse?

The failures are numerous and documented.

Pandemic closures hurt schoolchildren.

A group of researchers from some of the country’s most prestigious institutions reviewed test scores and other data related to educational performance in K-8 across the US.

Their conclusion: There has been a ‘devastating’ level of pandemic-era learning loss throughout the nation.

A study from Johns Hopkins University confirms that lockdowns failed spectacularly to stop the spread or resulting deaths.

Lockdowns had “little to no effect” on saving lives during the pandemic — and “should be rejected out of hand as a pandemic policy,” according to economists in a new meta-analysis of dozens of studies.

A group led by the head of Johns Hopkins Institute for Applied Economics analyzed studies from the first surge of the pandemic to investigate widely pushed claims that stringent restrictions would limit deaths.

Instead, the meta-analysis concluded that lockdowns across the US and Europe had only “reduced COVID-19 mortality by 0.2% on average.”

And “experts” who blamed the failure to follow useless guidelines for the continuing infections are now looking to sweep everything under the rug.

This pandemic is waning, but there will be another one. I want to say that we will learn and we will be different, both at the bedside and out in the world. I want to say that we will give grace, that we know how assigning blame only tears us further apart, but then I look at history. I think about our perception of the unvaccinated. I think of the stigma that so many diseases bring with them, how little we want to acknowledge the role of luck and random chance. And I have to wonder: When the next pandemic comes, who will we blame?

So, I will take a hard pass on the pre-pandemic panic.


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The Gentle Grizzly | May 25, 2023 at 11:05 am

Dear WHO:

Oh, shut up already.

-s- T G Grizzly


    Oh you mean Dr Tedros from Ethiopia. People call him “Doctor” but he is not one – at least not a medical one. He’s the first director general who is not a medical doctor. He has a Phd in philosophy, not a degree in medicine, but they say he’s a deep thinker.

E Howard Hunt | May 25, 2023 at 11:12 am

We need to somehow take away so-called emergency powers from politicians. Uttering the word on camera seems to be all it takes to enslave us.

chrisboltssr | May 25, 2023 at 11:22 am

I’m pretty sure you can’t predict the next pandemic.

The overeducated idiots have not learned their lesson.

    Why not? I mean projects do slip schedule and such, but why can’t you just pad what the project managers state for the milestones a little and state it as a prediction?

    Or do you actually think they mean some naturally occurring phenomenon?

      MattMusson in reply to GWB. | May 25, 2023 at 12:46 pm

      Pandemics more deadly than Covid19:

      CDC POX
      WHO FLU
      NIH SARS

        henrybowman in reply to MattMusson. | May 25, 2023 at 3:52 pm

        The main thing deadly about COVID was the government-recommended (“mandated”) treatment plans. The ventilator rape that killed recovering patients, the herding of grandparents together into old-age leper colonies, the outlawing of “horse paste” that allowed the Amish to sail right through the “epidemic.”

        So predicting a coming pandemic that will be “even deadlier than COVID” is a sucker bet — all it requires is a government as incompetent (or malignant) as we have now, or worse.

      The Gentle Grizzly in reply to GWB. | May 25, 2023 at 3:42 pm

      It all hinges on if Pfizer has the new fake vaccine ready.

    Idonttweet in reply to chrisboltssr. | May 25, 2023 at 12:19 pm

    They can if they’re the source.

    I wonder what the WHO and their co-conspirators at CDC, NIH, and their counterparts in other nations have planned for us this time? One thing that absolutely needs to be quashed is the concept that the WHO has any authority to dictate what this nation does in response to any so-called pandemic.

      henrybowman in reply to Idonttweet. | May 25, 2023 at 3:53 pm

      It’s tough to quash that idea when the brain-dead Biden administration is promoting a “treaty” that would allow them to do just that.

Fat_Freddys_Cat | May 25, 2023 at 11:32 am

The timing of this is, of course, a total coincidence…

Well of course it will.

No amnesty for the totalitarianism of Covid policy, nor for those who advocated for it, supported it and enabled it. Until the folks who told lies and half truths while bashing anyone who stood in opposition to the Fauci fascism make a complete and unreserved confession and apologize they can pound sand.

They ignored decades of understanding about the efficacy of masks but insisted, after changing their tune, that everyone wear them. They shoved Covid + folks into nursing homes and community care facilities which exposed the most vulnerable population group to infection. They demanded the jab despite never testing to determine if it prevented transmission.

No more power, control or even civility to these ass clowns until they admit every single mistake, every lie no matter how ‘noble’ and apologize.

And no one (of the ‘experts’, that is) understands that to normal people this certainly sounds like a setup for the next GoF-engineered pathogen.

But, the real question is: Why are they worried?
Are they concerned about the lethality of the pathogen or that the last set of lockdowns evidently wasn’t “enough”?

After covid I’m not listening to one goddamn thing you corrupt assholes say. I wasn’t very inclined to do so before, but probably not became absolutely not.

must be ready to answer decisively, collectively and equitably
Oh, there’s the tell – “collectively” and “equitably“. IOW, communism.

194 WHO member states are working on a global pandemic accord
IOW a surrender of our sovereignty and our money to an un-elected band of globalists. I can’t see how this could possibly go wrong.

it is this generation that experienced how awful a small virus could be
Bullcarp. This generation (whatever that is supposed to mean) doesn’t have any idea at all how awful a virus can be. Covid was substantially less deadly than the Spanish Flu, and hardly anyone alive today under the age of 60 understands how awful polio was. And I think few today have any idea how deadly a bacterium was just 1,000 years ago, or so.
So, take your fear-mongering and go sell it elsewhere. We don’t want your snake oil.

RepublicanRJL | May 25, 2023 at 12:30 pm

Sorry WHO but we already have a pandemic worse than COVID.

We call it Biden.

LibraryGryffon | May 25, 2023 at 1:28 pm

Given that the WuFlu wasn’t much (if any) worse than a normal bad flu year unless you were in the vulnerable population, and that it’s been pretty convincingly shown that the prevention steps were far more deadly than the bug, that’s a hard, loud “NOPE” from me.

OOOOHHH…. the next one could be deadlier than a common cold with no symptoms.


Pandemic grifters are really jonesing for a sequel. Negative Ghost Rider, the pattern is full.

retiredcantbefired | May 25, 2023 at 2:26 pm

Nearly everyone would be better off if the WHO were totally defunded and then shut down.

An actual pandemic WILL be far deadlier, because you unbelievable hacks have utterly destroyed the credibility of the medical establishment with your insanity over useless masks and a worthless shot that you labeled a ‘vaccine’.

    CommoChief in reply to Olinser. | May 25, 2023 at 3:02 pm

    That and the mRNA jab may very well have irreparably altered folks immune response.

      henrybowman in reply to CommoChief. | May 25, 2023 at 3:59 pm

      Of course, if the mRNA jabs have actually “lit up the target population,” as the conspiracy theory has it, maybe that’s part of the guarantee that the next one they release will be “more deadly.” Every day that passes I’m so happy that neither I nor any of mine took this damn jab.

The_Mew_Cat | May 25, 2023 at 3:53 pm

A lot of things could happen. Very few of them will – unless someone deliberately makes them happen.

The next pandemic will probably come from Bird Flu. They want to be able to jump right in with a massive power grab the moment it does.

These viruses are kind of like the 17-year cicada cycle, only every four years. By amazing coincidence, a USA Presidential election year.

Wonder what they are cooking up for us.
Nice they are warning us. Oh and by coincidence a election is next year.

So, Tedros, did your Chinese masters give you a heads up or something?

Even deadlier? That’s a rather low bar.

Free State Paul | May 25, 2023 at 8:39 pm

I agree with Tedros.

The next pandemic will be far more deadly — for any government goons who attempt to enforce oppressive “remedies” like shutdowns and mandatory jabs.

I’m sure the WHO is ready – to help hide the Chinese origins of the next novel virus, to pretend it is not contagious between humans while it spreads from a localized epidemic in one Chinese city to a worldwide pandemic, and to foster panic and over-reactions. Just like the last time.

BierceAmbrose | May 29, 2023 at 5:57 pm

Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow,
Creeps in this petty pace from day to day,
To the last syllable of recorded time;
“And all our yesterdays have lighted fools
The way to dusty death. Out, out, brief candle!
Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player,
That struts and frets his hour upon the stage,
And then is heard no more. It is a tale
Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,
Signifying nothing.”

They seem to have missed the “And then is heard no more.” part.