Epidemic Hysteria’s

SARS: the WHO Re-Wrote the Definition of "Pandemic" to Fit Their Needs

I came across a Forbes article written by Michael Fumento Oct 16, 2009, and it prompted me to do some further digging. Fumento is a journalist, attorney, and author who has been documenting epidemic hysterias for thirty-five years.

The article stated,  

“As evidence continues to mount that swine flu is more of a piglet than a raging razorback, why isn’t curiosity mounting as to why the World Health Organization declared it a pandemic? And definitions aside, why does the agency continue to insist we’re going to get hammered? The answers have far less to do with world health, than with redistribution of world wealth.

So how could WHO make such an outrageous claim? Michael Fumento says, “Simple, It rewrote the definition.
A previous official definition (and widely used unofficial one) required “simultaneous epidemics worldwide with enormous numbers of deaths and illness”. Severity–that is, the number–is crucial because seasonal flu always causes worldwide simultaneous epidemics. 
But one promulgated in April just days before the announcement of the swine flu outbreak simply eliminated severity as a factor.
So that means, that they were able to change the goalposts for what a “pandemic” meant, intentionally without letting the rest of us know, and continuing on like they were ‘one in the same’.  

so why did the World Health Organization do it?

“The SARS scare was enough, leading to a broad expansion of WHO powers, including a degree of direct authority over national health agencies. It’s now using that to leverage more authority and a bigger budget.”
No shocker there. They wanted more authority and a bigger budget. Surprise!  
Let’s put the World Health Organization in charge of the worldwide economy, and allow them access to worldwide social engineering.  What could go possibly wrong?!


*EDIT: (April 2nd, 2021) Forbes has wiped the articles that were cited on December 15th, 2020 when this original article was posted. Which tells me, they are actively attempting to “debunk” this story, and bring into question the validity of his claims. The articles were [both] posted to the Forbes website from 2009 to 2020, and for some unknown reason they’ve now completely scrubbed the content of the article from the internet. 
Good thing I pulled these quotes when I did. I wouldn’t be surprised if my links in this article prompted the wipe.

may 20, 2010, forbes' michael fumento wrote another article

Fumento’s insight really got me looking into the integrity of the World Health and Economic Organization.  He had a really clear take on the H1N1 Plandemic, and the propaganda that would later ensue. 

Fumento says, “We had about 12,000 fatalitiesa third of the usual number according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates.  Yet almost all infections were H1N1 swine flu.  Flu season has officially ended.  So it’s hard to imagine that a year ago top public health officials and the media were comparing swine flu to the Spanish flu of 1918-19; That pandemic killed about 50 million worldwide and 675,000 Americans, which would today be equivalent to 175 million globally and 2 million Americans. Ultimately SARS killed just 774 people worldwide, and no Americans.”

Now, ask yourself… why would they panic the American people about the H1N1.  I remember it being on the news, and the world was in a panic.  

Apparently, this was just a trial run.

“Yet the myth that it was a devastating killer lives on, so much so, that two years later a reporter for a nationally televised news program informed watchers: “The toll from avian flu could dwarf SARS and [sure enough!] even the 1918 Spanish Flu…. Johns Hopkins University Press, a year after SARS disappeared, published a book titled: Twenty-First Century Plague: The Story of SARS.”
And, note to self > > John Hopkins University Press is apparently well known to be used to create propaganda. Lovely little fact I picked up here. Incredibly frustrating… But, good to note. 

See the original article [HERE].

I mean, make your own decisions regarding how much you trust these people, these organizations, and their true motives; but I’ll personally be choosing not to put my life into the hands of the very same people who lied about both of the previous pandemics. And I believe people should have all of the information laid out in front of them so that they can make the most informed decisions about their own lives and their own health.

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