Friday, May 26, 2023

Health scares and climate change - all part of the same giant scam


A tip o' the hat to reader Deborah H. for sending me the links to the excerpts below.

It seems that the World Health Organization is in bed with the climate change scaremongers, and they're all trying to leverage health care as yet another front in their assault on people's rights and freedoms.  The Gateway Pundit quotes Michele Bachmann, who's at the World Health Assembly in Switzerland.

WHO Director Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who lied to the world about the COVID19 pandemic origins and mortality rate, is demaning the WHO hold “sovereignty” over all member nations due to the global warming climate crisis.

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Today was the Sustainable Roundtable at the World Health Assembly on Climate Change. And so, believe it or not, the centerpiece of today was forcing all these delegates to listen to none other than John Kerry from the United States. He was introduced by his daughter, Dr. Vanessa Kerry, who, by the way, is the head of the Global Seed Foundation, and she is a recipient of millions of dollars from the Clinton Health Initiative. So there’s this incestrous relationship of organizations and money. But the big thing today is this the head of the World Health Organization, Tedros Ghebreyesus, said that the climate crisis is a health crisis. He said the climate crisis is their priority. Climate is the number one mission of health care. So one of the doctors in charge of the environment and climate at the World Health Organization said very clearly that we were focused on infectious diseases, but now we’re going to be moving away from infectious diseases, and we’re going to focus now on climate change.

So all of these climate change people who saw they were going to establish global government through climate change, now they see after the pandemic, and that works so well for the World Health Organization to try to control people’s lives.

Now they see that the platform, if you will, for global government is coming through health care. So the climate change people are jumping square in. They were given the centerpiece stool today, if you will. They were all cheered by the head, Tedros Ghebreyesus, saying the same thing that John Kerry was saying. And John Kerry said, well, I never thought about health care before. I never thought health care had anything to do with climate change until my daughter Vanessa, his 46 year old daughter, taught him to turn on the light bulb and realize that really the centerpiece of health care is climate change and that climate change causes the health care problems in the world.

There's more at the link.

It's all a gigantic lie from start to finish, of course.  Whenever you see anyone, or any group, or any official body, demanding control over people's and nation's lives in order to deal with some threat or other, you can be sure they're not trying to increase our safety.  No, they're trying to increase their control over us.  What's more, whenever the "threat to safety" they're pontificating about has passed, you may be sure they won't surrender the control over us they've gained by exploiting it.  Freedoms once lost are almost never restored unless those wanting them are willing to dig in and fight for it.

The problem is, there are many in the USA who are blinded by corporate and political propaganda.  They're so indoctrinated into believing that "the government is here to help us" and "the science is settled" and "we can trust our leaders" that they no longer even question such demands.  Instead, they demand that the rest of us, those with our eyes open, must abandon our rights and freedoms and knuckle under to those trying to dominate us and destroy our society.

T. L. Davis puts it well.

There are things that once unloosed can no longer be restrained. A federal police force is one of those. A concession of liberty to the prospect of safety is another. These things were warned of, but discounted when convenience was threatened.

Should we have a police force that can cross state lines to arrest bandits who found peace and safety in states where they’d committed no crimes? Yes, do it, why not? Should we have a police force that can protect people of one political party from answering for crimes and vigorously investigate the slightest abnormality of those in another political party? No, of course not. But they’re the same thing, the same question asked in different ways. A government that can give you all the answers can make all the rules.

Should we institute a seat belt law to protect people from their own bad decisions? Yes, do it, why not? Should we empower the health organizations to lockdown people in their homes to protect them from spreading a dangerous virus, even if they don’t have it? No, of course not. But they’re the same question asked in different ways. A government that can protect you from yourself can demand anything.

The roots of everything horrible come from minor concessions of liberty for safety’s sake. Those who see the roots when they appear and rave on about the principles that are being violated are discounted and ridiculed as being reactionary and paranoid. Yet, a decade or two later all of the histrionics are justified, but by then, who cares?

The pandemic was a test that Americans failed and now, a few short years later, the WHO is taking that test as a green light to proceed with a world government where local police forces and medical systems will be used to trap and enslave you to achieve climate change goals. Climate Change, they say, is the root of all health issues in the world and so all 194 nations who are signatories to the WHO treaty being negotiated in Geneva, Switzerland, home of the WEF and other nefarious global actors, will forfeit their national sovereignty in order to allow the WHO to make and enforce health-related restrictions on the world’s populations.

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Now you can say: “To hell with that,” but it won’t change anything unless you change, unless you are committed to keep it from happening and now would be a good time to start making that clear. Build up your resolve, set your mind that at the fall test run, you bring everything to the table. It’s time to stop being good little boys and girls.

Again, more at the link.

Whenever anyone says to you that you "must" obey because "it's the law", remember that the law is merely another tool in the toolbox of those who seek to ride roughshod over our rights, our freedoms, and our constitution.  Congress could pass a law tomorrow dictating that the sky is red, rather than blue, and providing for draconian punishments for anyone who insists that it's really blue:  but that law would not change the facts, not affect the truth in any way.  Just because something is a law doesn't mean that it's right, or worthy, or factual, or justifiable.  As nations and peoples have learned over many, many centuries, "might makes right" as far as dictators are concerned;  and laws they can enforce using police and (if necessary) military powers, whether or not they're ethically or morally justifiable, are just one more example of that.

That's why the WHO wants new powers that they can enforce over member nations, even if that means disregarding the legal, constitutional rights of their citizens.  That's why climate change activist groups and leaders are jumping on the same bandwagon and arguing for the same thing.  They all see it as yet another tool in their toolbox to seize and retain power over us, regardless of whether or not we agree with them.

And if we allow them to get away with it, we'll have handed over our future to those who care only about their own - not ours.



Mind your own business said...

"The personal, as everyone’s so fond of saying, is political. So if some idiot politician, some power player, tries to execute policies that harm you or those you care about, take it personally. Get angry. The Machinery of Justice will not serve you here – it is slow and cold, and it is theirs, hardware and soft-. Only the little people suffer at the hands of Justice; the creatures of power slide out from under with a wink and a grin. If you want justice, you will have to claw it from them. Make it personal. Do as much damage as you can. Get your message across. That way you stand a far better chance of being taken seriously next time. Of being considered dangerous. And make no mistake about this: being taken seriously, being considered dangerous, marks the difference – the only difference in their eyes – between players and little people. Players they will make deals with. Little people they liquidate. And time and again they cream your liquidation, your displacement, your torture and brutal execution with the ultimate insult that it’s just business, it’s politics, it’s they way of the world, it’s a tough life, and that it’s nothing personal. Well, fuck them. Make it personal."

Richard K. Morgan Altered Carbon

Anonymous said...

It's all a gigantic lie from start to finish, of course. Whenever you see anyone, or any group, or any official body, demanding control over people's and nation's lives in order to deal with some threat or other, you can be sure they're not trying to increase our safety. No, they're trying to increase their control over us.

Correct, and there's no limit in the small size where a tiny government that only catches burglars and paves roads and stamps coins and defends borders is a good thing. People have this idea there's some optimum amount of government to maximize total human happiness, but that's gigantic lie, too. The correct amount of government to maximize human happiness is the same as the correct amount of cancer: zero.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps the Skyrizi advert should be the motto of the Democrat Party: "Control is everything to me".

Tsgt Joe said...

I remain puzzled at why people are so easily manipulated. As to climate change- I live in mid michigan, which was once a sea bottom and at other times under big glaciers, I'm surrounded by the great lakes which arent that many years old. Climate is all about change, temp goes up and down, seas go up and down, wet areas get dry and vice versa. To think you can alter these cycles is rather presumptuous.