Tedros supports WHO Pandemic Treaty to combat 'Disease X'

WHO Director-General Tedros Ghebreyesus supports implementing a global pandemic treaty that would coerce vaccination and trample freedoms. 'This is about a common enemy,' he said, adding: 'without a shared response, we will face the same problem as COVID.'

Tedros supports WHO Pandemic Treaty to combat 'Disease X'
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Speaking to an audience at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, the Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO) called for the necessity of international collaboration in response to future pandemics. He highlighted that prioritizing "national interests" can be a barrier to such cooperation.

At a discussion named "Disease X," Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus expressed support for adopting the WHO Pandemic Treaty, saying it is crucial to be "better prepared" and to gain a deeper understanding of 'Disease X,' reported Modernity News.

"'Disease X' could result in 20 times more fatalities than the coronavirus pandemic," reads the event preamble.

"This is about a common enemy," Tedros stated, adding "without a shared response, we will face the same problem as COVID."

The WHO engaged in fruitful talks with WEF executives Wednesday on their sovereignty crushing Pandemic Treaty. 

In partnership with the European Union (EU), the WHO intends to bolster "global capacities" and "resilience" for future pandemics. Their sights are firmly set on mandating a global digital 'vaccine passport' by May 2024.

"This is a common global interest, and very narrow national interests should not come in the way," continued Tedros, adding "of course national interests are natural, but they could be difficult and affect the negotiations."

With a target date of May 2024, the WHO has its eyes set on a legally binding agreement among UN member states. The EU has since pledged technical expertise to the WHO "to encourage maximum global uptake and participation." 

"The importance of a legally binding instrument cannot be overstated: it will be our collective legacy for future generations," said Ghebreyesus.

Prior to the panel, Rebel News reporter Avi Yemini approached Tedros to inquire about his views on worldwide lockdowns and vaccine mandates.

"Do you think you did well [with] COVID, and [can you replicate that success] with 'Disease X?'" posed Yemini. "We're rushing to a meeting, maybe later on," he said regarding an interview.

Tedros did not respond to questions concerning COVID lockdowns and vaccine mandates.

On Wednesday, he claimed that COVID represented "the first Disease X," and warned that such an event could recur without sufficient preparation. 

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