The May 26 op-ed published in LifeSiteNews mentioned how the technocrat plans to undermine medical freedom through his Global Epidemic Response and Mobilization (GERM) Team. It will consist 3,000 disease experts under the purview of the global health body and will receive funding of around $1 billion yearly.
“Once it spots [an outbreak], [the] GERM Team should have the ability to declare an outbreak,” Gates explained. “[It should also be able to] work with national governments … [to determine] how and when to implement border closures and recommend mask use.”
Defending the importance of the GERM Team, the Microsoft founder added: “Militaries regularly run war games to evaluate their readiness. We should do the same with disease threats.”
“In most countries, these exercises can be run by local public health and military leader, with [the] GERM [Team] acting as an advisor and reviewer. For some low-income countries, the world should invest in building this capacity and land resources as needed.”
The GERM Team’s task is tied with the proposed pandemic treaty, which allows the WHO to supersede national sovereignty in the guise of addressing public health crises such as pandemics. To this end, the WHO established an intergovernmental negotiating body – which will be in charge of drafting and negotiating the treaty – in December 2021.
“The WHO wants to make its pandemic leadership permanent. It can then extend its power into the health care systems of every nation, and eventually implement a universal or ‘socialist-like’ health care system as part of the Great Reset,” the LifeSiteNews piece stated.
“The [global health body intends] to eliminate individualized medicine and provide blanket rulings for how a given threat is to be addressed, and this can only result in needless suffering – not to mention the loss of individual freedom.”
Gates’ philanthropy does more harm than good
The op-ed also noted how Gates “is basically paying the WHO to dictate what the world must do to make him a ton of money.” This is because “he’s always heavily invested in the very ‘solutions’ he presents to the world.”
“While he’s built a reputation as a philanthropist, his actions are self-serving. More often than not, the recipients of his ‘generosity’ end up worse than they were before.” (Related: Bill Gates – philanthropist or eugenicist?)
A perfect example of this “generosity” that caused more harm than good occurred in 2009. A group funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) conducted an unauthorized clinical trial of a vaccine in India.
The trial was conducted by the Seattle-based NGO Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH) using the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine. According to the group, the unauthorized trial sought to “generate and disseminate evidence for the informed public sector introduction of HPV vaccines.” Originally, GAVI – another BMGF-funded group – had been considered to run the project, but the responsibility ultimately fell on PATH.
PATH chose to conduct its vaccine trial in the Khammam district, today located in the Indian state of Telangana. During the time of the incident, Khammam was under the purview of Andhra Pradesh state. Around 14,000 girls from the district – all of them between 10 and 14 years old – were injected with the Gardasil HPV vaccine from Merck.
Seven girls died during the trials, with many more experiencing adverse reactions as a result of the HPV shot. The unauthorized vaccine trial was a tragedy for the families of the Khammam girls but served as a windfall for PATH. Between 1995 and 2021, the Seattle-based NGO received more than $2.5 billion from BMGF.
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