WHO removed the pandemic definition in 2009 and why?

Red Sky in the morning

Have you got questions about this so-called pandemic? One of our early questions was, “how is a pandemic defined?” We went to the WHO website expecting to find the answer, and couldn’t find a definition!Why wasn’t there a definition?Without guidelines, isn’t it possible to act wrongly, or even criminally?

Here’s a short film about this. THE JAB: Featuring GlaxoSmithKline

It’s six minutes long and you’ll see four scenes: The Setup explains Sleeping Contracts, The Swap explains what happened to the Pandemic definition and how the H1NI flu was declared a pandemic, The Plants explains who the advisors to the World health Organisation were, their financial ties and what happened with Pandremix, The Getaway explains the vaccine harm and who paid for it, and The Encore explains why governments like pandemics.

The Setup

In the years leading up to 2009, the WHO signed “sleeping contracts” with the global pharmaceutical companies, that…

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3 thoughts on “WHO removed the pandemic definition in 2009 and why?”

  1. Not true.

    A pandemic is defined as “an epidemic occurring worldwide, or over a very wide area, crossing international boundaries and usually affecting a large number of people”. The classical definition includes nothing about population immunity, virology or disease severity.

    By this definition, pandemics can be said to occur annually in each of the temperate southern and northern hemispheres, given that seasonal epidemics cross international boundaries and affect a large number of people. However, seasonal epidemics are not considered pandemics.

    That text is at the top of an article on the definition of a pandemic.


    1. Hello again Miriam, you clearly didn’t read Joblogzz’ well researched article. So what is ‘not true’. Are you arguing they didn’t change it because clearly they did. And the definition & timing of removal is very clearly enunciated by the author. Anybody who is not outraged at the detail exposed therein is clearly reading the wrong blog. And citing WHO to defend WHO is like how Monsanto tested glyphosate & told us it was safe.


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