The Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has raised concerns about independent media outlets hindering the progress of the New World Order (NWO) agenda by disseminating what he refers to as excessive truth. ADmitting the challenges faced in achieving the elites’ vision of global “security and and equity,” Tedros pointed to the impact of “fake news, lies, and conspiracy theories” propagated by independent media as an obstacle.
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Tedros Challenges Independent Media’s Narrative
In a recent statement, Tedros emphasized the difficulty of realizing the elites’ goals, attributing the obstacles to the proliferation of information by independent media outlets. He dismissed claims that the WHO aims to seize sovereignty through measures like imposing lockdowns or vaccine mandates as “fake news, lies, and conspiracy theories.” Tedros adamantly asserted that the WHO’s recent agreement does not grant the organization any such powers.
Advocating for the World Health Organization’s Mission and Appeal for Assistance.
Expressing concern over the potential sabotage of the WHO’s historic agreement by those spreading what he deems as misinformation, Tedros called on support from member nations. He emphasized the need to counter the alleged lies hindering the WHO’s agenda for global health.
Statements from Media Figures Not Affiliated with any Company
In reply to Tedros’ remarks, Alex Jones, the creator of Infowars and a notable opponent of globalist plans, contended that all information conveyed by the UN throughout their COVID-related efforts was false. Jones leveled accusations against the WHO, suggesting that they should face trials similar to those at Nuremberg for purported crimes against humanity. He also alleged that the organization is exaggerating the emergence of a new virus in order to cause fear and advocate for a fresh UN treaty regarding pandemics.
Former US President Donald Trump also chimed in on the criticism, branding the WHO as a fraudulent organization that is largely funded by the US but manipulated by China.
The Continuous Battle Against Globalist Agendas.
The escalating tensions between independent media outlets and international institutions have led to a heightened battle of narratives. The back-and-forth accusations and counter-accusations demonstrate the increasing skepticism and mistrust towards global organizations and their alleged agendas. In this environment, the quest for transparency in information and the pursuit of truth are more crucial than ever in order to navigate the intricacies of global health policies and initiatives.