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Gates fancies himself as the creator of ‘Global Epidemic Response and Mobilization Team: GERM’


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Chief Medical Advisor to the President of the United States Dr. Anthony Fauci spent last week telling American news outlets that the COVID-19 pandemic is coming to an end in the U.S as the country prepares to transition out of the pandemic phase.

Fauci told PBS News Hour last Tuesday “We are certainly right now in this country out of the pandemic phase,” later clarifying to NPR he believed the U.S. has passed the ‘acute component of the pandemic phase.’ He added that he believes people are starting to learn to live with the virus but acknowledged that the world pandemic isn’t over. Such open-ended statements leave the door open for the U.S. to be thrust straight back into a pandemic emergency – a door that software developer and philanthropist Bill Gates is more than willing to walk through.

Clearly left wondering what his role in the pandemic might now be following Fauci’s statements, Gates took to Twitter on Saturday to announce a new idea, tweeting

“To avoid another COVID-19 – or worse – the world needs a full-time, paid team whose entire job is to prevent pandemics. I call it GERM: “

Bill Gates on Twitter: “To avoid another COVID-19 – or worse – the world needs a full-time, paid team whose entire job is to prevent pandemics. I call it GERM:” / Twitter

Gates explained his tweet in an article he wrote for the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) on 28 April 2022 saying “What we need is a well-funded global organization with enough full-time experts in all the necessary areas, the credibility, and authority that come with being a public institution, and a clear remit to focus on preventing pandemics. I call it the GERM—Global Epidemic Response and Mobilization—team..”

While many can probably think of better ways to have potentially prevented the first COVID-19 ‘pandemic’, it appears Gates has the global answer to prevent future ones.

Gates wrote in the WSJ article that the inspiration behind his idea came from a television show he had seen -Yes, you read that correctly!

Gates wrote in the Wall Street Journal,

“In season 3 of the TV show ‘24’ – a show I really liked – a terrorist intentionally releases a pathogen in Los Angeles. Word gets to practically every government entity in no time. The hotel where the release took place is immediately sealed off. A computer modelling genius figures out not only how the disease will spread, but how quickly news of the disease will get around and (the best part) how bad traffic will get as people flee the city. I remember watching those episodes and thinking, ‘Wow, that government sure knew how to prepare.’ It made for great TV, and of course, we could all sleep better at night if things really worked out that way.

But they don’t. Although many organizations work hard to respond to a major outbreak, their efforts largely depend on volunteers. Regional and national response teams are understaffed and underfunded, and none of them has a mandate from the international community to work globally. The only organization that sort of has that mandate, the World Health Organization (WHO), has very little funding and almost no personnel dedicated to pandemics, relying instead on the mostly volunteer Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN). There is no organization with the size, scope, resources, and responsibility that are essential for detecting and responding to outbreaks and preventing them from becoming pandemics.

In Gates’ mind, when you put together an ‘intentional’ pathogen release, a computer modelling genius, and an underfunded volunteer-based World Health Organization, it becomes clear that what the world needs is a sizeable global response team that can transverse international borders to detect, prevent and thwart pandemics.

And who does Gates say will manage the GERM team? Well, according to Gates

“GERM should be managed by the WHO, the only group that can give it global credibility, and it should have a diverse workforce, with a decentralized staff working in many places around the world,” adding the team should “wake up every day asking themselves the same questions: Is the world ready for the next outbreak?”

As Gates vies to construct a reality version where life imitates art (well TV show art) to potentially create a One-World Pandemic Response Team, it all starts to sound awfully familiar to other ‘One-World’ initiatives being parroted by world governments and the mainstream media alike.

So, the question is, when can we expect the potential roll-out of Gates’ new GERM team? Well, Gates offers no specific time frames or if it will happen at all, but in the words of 24’s Jack Bauer, ‘You probably don’t think I can force this towel down your throat but trust me – I can. All the way.”

Move over Jack, there looks to be a new kid on the block.




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