The World Health Organization is sticking to its permanent advertising program for the Covid vaccines: At the end of July it published a 12-page update on the global vaccination strategy, announcing its continuation “for 2023 and beyond”. It calls for global vaccination efforts to be stepped up. Ongoing vaccinations must become an integral part of health care. As expected, the document is brimming with praise for the “safe and effective” experimental vaccines.
According to the WHO, the update is actually supposed to deal with epidemiological changes and new developments in terms of vaccine development and scientific evidence – but as expected, the latter in particular is clearly neglected. This is how it is claimed:
Significant progress has been made on three of the strategic goals set for 2021: (1) minimizing deaths, serious illness and the overall burden of disease; (2) limit the impact on the healthcare system; and (3) fully resume socio-economic activity. Despite the fact that these goals have not yet been fully met, the positive outcome is largely the result of immunization, public health and social measures (PHSMs) and, to some extent, infection-induced immunity.
According to the WHO, natural immunity plays a subordinate role at best. The vaccinations, whose claimed effectiveness has never been sufficiently proven, and the political measures, whose effectiveness has long been refuted, are said to be responsible for the positive development of the so-called pandemic (even if, according to the WHO, this is far from over). Only that this “positive development” is known to consist of an initial overdramatization of the dangers of Covid-19 for the general population, questionable data collection and finally the mutation of the virus into a variant that almost exclusively causes very mild diseases.
Only the inadequate protection of the vaccination against transmission of the virus is noted in the document – and from this it is concluded that restrictions and measures are all the more relevant.
In the following, the lack of vaccination rates among risk patients in many countries is criticized and invoked mathematical model, According to this, around 600,000 deaths could have been avoided if 40 percent of the population in all countries of the world had been given basic immunization. The problem with this is that this model is based on official Covid death figures – of which only a fraction is known to have actually died “because of” Covid-19. The corresponding study was funded by the WHO, GAVI and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, among others.
Vaccinations “throughout the life course”
The top priority in the document is that the Covid vaccinations, including boosters, must be continued and that the vaccination dynamics must be increased. Incidentally, other vaccination campaigns that had fallen behind as a result of Covid-19 should also be pushed ahead again. In addition – this is goal number two – the development and worldwide distribution of new vaccines against Covid-19 must be accelerated and promoted through investments. In order to achieve these goals, appropriate political commitment and financial support are required. In addition, one would like to develop new approaches to enable vaccinations “over the entire life course”. According to this, vaccinations should become an integral part of primary health care in the long term – and the world citizens should thus apparently become vaccinating animals that should be given the next booster at regular intervals. This fits in with the plans of the pharmaceutical industry, which is currently working on new mRNA vaccines for all kinds of diseases.
As expected, the document does not mention that more and more vaccination side effects have become known in recent months and that complications after the Covid shot occur much more frequently than is commonly claimed by official bodies. As is so often the case, the only goal seems to be lobbying in favor of the pharmaceutical industry. Who knows, who finances the WHO to a significant extentis no longer surprised.