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Rockefeller Foundation and WHO Collaborate on Pandemic Preparedness Capabilities and Surveillance

Last week, the Rockefeller Foundation and the WHO announced to “strengthen the WHO Hub for Pandemic and Epidemic Intelligence”. Rah!!!

It’s no surprise since the Rockefeller Foundation and the likes of them have been working with the WHO since practically ever.

The foundation is investing US$5 million “to cultivate global networks for pathogen detection and strengthen pandemic preparedness capabilities, including broadening surveillance for diseases worsened by rising temperatures and extreme weather”.

For a do-gooder organization that supposedly cares about food supply, one might think they would support more efficient production and distribution of vitamins or something like that. But no, it has to be pandemic preparedness capabilities and surveillance.

We all know what that looks like.

And in case one hasn’t noticed, diseases are worsened by climate change. I mean, because everything is worsened by climate change nowadays.

By the way, as a sidebar, since the Rockefeller Foundation loves sustainable food and all that, there was at least some sort of working relationship with Apeel Sciences back in 2016 even if it was an isolated case. I mention this because there have been concerns circulating recently on social media about the chemical composition of Apeel’s product and the fact that the company started with a grant from that psychopathic douchebag Bill Gates.


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