by Joel Day
May 12, 2020
has been asked about the
handling of the N1H1 outbreak
into the Swine
Flu 'pandemic' of 2009
have since found
that the virus
overplayed, with many questioning
whether it was
foul play to push H1N1
onto the global
stage as a serious crisis...
The 2009 Swine Flu 'pandemic' (H1N1)
swept the globe, lasting some 20 months.
It was the second of two
'pandemic's involving the H1N1 influenza strain - the first having
hit during 1918-20 in what is now known as the Spanish Flu
In the years following the 'pandemic', the World Health
faced fierce criticism over its handling of the situation.
Some medical experts doubted whether the H1N1 outbreak was really a
'pandemic' at all.
Dr Wolfgang Wodarg, a German doctor and former member of
parliament, had been watching the spread of swine flu in Mexico City
- where the virus was first recorded - and was puzzled at the
reaction of the WHO.
In 2010, he said:
"What we experienced
in Mexico City was a very mild flu which did not kill
more than usual - which killed even fewer people than usual.
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus
current head of the WHO
"This was suddenly, a
fast-spreading mild flu, a 'pandemic'.
"But this is not the definition of a 'pandemic' I learned, which
has to be severe, with a much higher than usual death rate."
Dr Wodarg eventually
launched an inquiry into the Swine Flu 'pandemic' and the WHO's
dealings with the pharmaceutical industry in the lead up to the N1H1
At a council meeting, Mr Wodarg declared ,
"all the business
deals that had been prepared between individual countries and
the pharmaceutical companies were about to be triggered by the
contracts were mostly confidential and the companies insist they
should never be published."
In the months leading up
to the WHO's declaration of the 'pandemic' as a "level 6" contagion
- the highest possible level - many countries including Italy,
Germany, France and the UK made secret agreements with
These contracts obliged the countries to buy Swine Flu
vaccinations only if the WHO raised the 'pandemic' to a level 6.
During the 2018 documentary "TrustWHO",
filmmaker Lillian Franck unearthed footage that showed WHO
delegates six weeks before the level 6 'pandemic' was issued as
having described Swine Flu as a "moderate" situation.
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This description was given six weeks before the WHO changed its
criteria for a level 6 'pandemic',
"severity of illness" from the requirement of a 'pandemic'
It was thus made easier
to enter the world into a serious global 'pandemic'.
Ms Franck spoke to
German Velasquez, a former WHO
Director in the Public Health Department, who served during the
Swine Flu 'pandemic'.
"It was publicized
around the world, that the criteria for declaring a 'pandemic'
were changed and at the same time the old guidelines vanished
from the WHO website."
Ms Franck asked:
"Could they have
declared the 'pandemic' level 6 also with the old definition?"
"No, because the
severity, the number of deaths, would have been a factor.
"Since that was no longer one of the criteria, it made it easier
to declare a 'pandemic'."
As a result of the
'pandemic' entering a level 6 phase, the European Council later
analysts, the WHO initiated spending on health measures around
$18billion (£14billion) worldwide."
Ms Franck also spoke to
Mr Wodarg and he revealed how the WHO had grown into a culture of
secrecy and "clandestine" operations.
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"The situation was
evaluated correspondingly by the Council of Europe.
"Reprimand was issued.
"The lack of transparency, the role of the experts who were
being paid by the pharmaceutical industry.
"Then changes were demanded but the WHO didn't respond to the
Council of Europe - the WHO turned up for the first hearing and
then didn't come again.
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"It didn't have to,
it wasn't obliged to supply us with any information.
"We can't demand to confiscate the files, look through them; it
is impossible, there isn't anybody who can do those things.
"And there's no investigating commission like in Parliament
where the MPs can go and say something has to stop and then
everybody has to turn up and show their files, there's nothing
"The WHO can operate in a very clandestine fashion..."