What the planet really needs is yet another syndicate of jet-setting A-listers making decisions about how we, the ignorant commoners, should live our lives. Although this took place a few months ago, it provides us with another example of how the ruling elite really regard the rest of the world. The World Health Summit (WHS) — which was set up in 2009 as an international forum for global health — teamed up with the World Health Organisation (WHO) to hold their first joint World Health Summit in October 2022, in Berlin, Germany.
It was a 3-day talk-fest involving 140 nations, 400 speakers and 4000 on-site participants. It was promoted as a long-term collaboration between WHS and WHO. The purpose:
To give everyone everywhere the chance to live a healthy life is a global effort, and the key to achieve better health for all lies in collaboration and open dialogue, guided by science.
Rebel News reporter Alexandra Lavoie went to the conference, undercover. She spoke with Razak Gyesi Issahaku, a member of the German-West Africa Center for Pandemic Prevention (G-WAC), and asked him questions related to the pandemic. Here are some of his responses.
Regarding the pandemic decisions:
In the heat of the pandemic, most of the decisions were not based on science like I said. They were just reactionary. Anything that would help.
Now, with the benefit of hindsight, we can tell that some of those decisions is not backed by science.
About the vaccines:
The vaccines do not stop the spread of the disease. But now we know.
At first, nobody knew so it was political, yes, but we think it helped in flattening the curve as well.
The justifications for their decisions without any regret for the harm caused to people:
So a decision had to be made. Although we don’t know the scientific basis for those decisions, people had to comply and we think it worked.
But now with the benefit of hindsight, a lot of the things that happened with COVID wouldn’t have happened from what we know now. People were much more prepared than they were before.
When questioned why treatments like hydroxychloroquine were not promoted, Issahaku admitted it was about politics and health. Alexandra Lavoie summed up the summit:
None of the speakers talked about consent, or ethics in science and medicine. It was more about science and politics.
And that is despite their lofty claims about WHS and WHO being dedicated to the health and well-being of all people.
Undercover at the World Health Summit 2022