The pullers do not like the increasing “pandemic” fatigue of the world population: Citizens everywhere are currently showered with warnings not to indulge in any celebrations at the end of the year. The story goes that these can be fatal.
Initially, US President Joe Biden had caused skepticism with his threats to unvaccinated and unboostered people: only people with a booster vaccination were immune from serious illness and death, he announced. German politicians such as the Prime Minister of Rhineland-Palatinate Malu Dreyer (SPD) offer the same spectacle: “Unvaccinated people shouldn’t celebrate”, it said there Based on the regulations of the federal state – a normal meeting with relatives would only come into question if you yourself, like all relatives, have been boosted.
WHO Director Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus is going one step further and yesterday warned everyone against any kind of celebration. Everyone wants to go back to normal, he said – But that means inevitably the cancellation and postponement of celebrations. Then:
A canceled event is better than a canceled life. Better to cancel now and celebrate later than celebrate now and mourn later.
(An event canceled is better than a life canceled. It’s better to cancel now and celebrate later than to celebrate now and grieve later.)
Despite mild progress: Omicron scaremongering
The WHO chief himself is eagerly involved in stirring up panic over the Omicron variant. In his opinion, the obviously milder courses are of little relevance: The sheer number of cases could cause health systems around the world to collapse. Admittedly, this warning is not new – it has never come true in almost two years as a “pandemic”. In truth, the greater threat to health systems is likely to be the compulsory vaccination of medical personnel, who in response will, in large part, cease work.
According to Tedros, vaccinations alone are not the “way out of the pandemic” anyway, even if politicians around the world consistently spread this lie. The WHO is at least honest here: Measures will be maintained even if the vaccination rate is high. In other words: vaccination makes not free. The WHO goal is to vaccinate 70% of the population in each country by the middle of next year. People in countries that have already achieved this goal do not, of course, benefit from this “success”.
By the way, he left it open how Tedros himself spend the holiday season and whether he will lock himself up at home alone.