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A fundamental doctrine of public health are the inextricable links between animal, ecosystem and human health. The United Nations biosecurity agenda has misappropriated this doctrine into a ‘One Health’ approach. This article provides some background to One Health, using current declarations of a potential avian influenza (bird flu) pandemic as an example of how the business model and its underlying ideology intend to change life as we know it, and what we can do to obstruct these plans.

History of One Health and Biosecurity Ringleaders

‘One World, One Health’ symposium sponsored by New York’s private Rockefeller University and the Wildlife Conservation Society was held in September 2004. Representatives participated from a range of institutions including the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and World Health Organization (WHO), specialized agencies within the United Nations (UN).

Comparable to the burgeoning pandemic simulation war games which started in the late 1990s, and consistent with the biosecurity agenda initiated at least as early as 1972 by members of alliances such as the Club of Rome, Rockefeller Foundation and UN, the symposium’s ‘panel of experts’ used infectious disease case studies including avian influenza, to determine “priorities for an international, interdisciplinary approach for combating threats to the health of life on Earth.

Five years later, an alliance of monumentally wealthy and powerful individuals convened at the Manhattan home of Sir Paul Nurse, a British Nobel Prize winning biochemist and President of Rockefeller University. The group included a range of individuals connected to the biosecurity agenda such as Bill Gates, David Rockefeller Jr, CNN founder Ted Turner, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and political puppeteer and philanthropist George Soros. Leaked details of the secret meeting which discussed a need to curb population growth were published by the Sunday Times.

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One Health High Level Expert Panel Provides a NZ Connection

Fast forward another decade: during the Covid period a ‘quadripartite’ of four UN agencies – FAOWHO, World Organization for Animal Health (WOAH) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) – was formed. The One Health High Level Expert Panel (OHHLEP) consists of academic and bureaucratic leaders in One Health ideology whose role is to provide strategic and scientific advice to the quadripartite “on One Health-related matters that support improved cooperation among governments”.

Members of the OHHLEP include Massey University’s Professor David Hayman, a veterinary scientist with ties to the multi-billion dollar Wellcome Trust, whose Director Jeremy Farrar was central to the Covid lab-leak cover-up and who has since taken the role of Chief Scientist at WHO. Professor Hayman has conducted research on infections in fruit bats which is curiously coincidental given the false claims of Farrar and his colluders, that bats were the reservoir for SARS-CoV-2.

One Health Definition

Who would argue against the ideals incorporated in the OHHLEP definition of One Health?

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As so many of us learned during the Covid response, distorted manipulation of language is a tactic employed skillfully by those intending to reshape reality. For example, “an integrated, unifying approach” translates to authoritative governance requiring a lockstep response. In the case of infectious disease this ignores the many intricacies relating to risk across host populations, environments and the way they interact with organisms.

Similarly, an approach which “mobilizes multiple sectors, disciplines and communities at varying levels of society to work together to foster well-being and tackle threats to health…” translates to infiltration of local institutions to implement global agendas. This was seen during Covid as medical facilities were incentivised to implement nonsensical and often harmful “health measures” ordered by authorities acting in lockstep across the globe.  Many people died as a result of phoney ventilator and remdesivir protocols, and ‘sedation’ with opiates and midazolam.

A similar drum beats in the USA today over avian influenza fears, with over two million chickens exterminated under state biosecurity law after a single chicken tested positive at a poultry farm in Texas. In NZ, a large number of beehives have recently been destroyed due to a positive test for American Foulbrood.

One Health Global Governance

The One Health Joint Plan of Action (OH JPA) discusses a delegation of executives accountable for implementing the plan and providing leadership and oversight for its implementation. Details of the executives are unavailable, so it is unknown who these individuals are.

The OH JPA also claims an “urgent need for global governance”.

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Historical Context of Pathogens With Pandemic Potential

The United States Centers for Disease Control identify the oldest references to avian influenza from 1878, although “it is believed that prior to these references the disease had already been in existence for a long time, perhaps for hundreds of years”. The symptoms experienced by birds are very unclear, ranging from virus carriage without any symptoms in migratory birds claimed to be responsible for global transmission, to death in farmed poultry due to disease of multiple internal organs.

Similarly, circulation of coronaviruses amongst animals and humans went largely unnoticed prior to the advent of viral surveillance. Nevertheless, there were occasions when a coronavirus could cause outbreaks in humans, resulting in deaths amongst vulnerable populations. It is also well known that pseudo-epidemics can occur when PCR and other screening tests are misused in place of appropriate diagnosis.

Surveillance, Propaganda and Protection Racketeering

The OHHLEP published The panzootic spread of highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 sublineage a critical appraisal of One Health preparedness and prevention in December 2023. This document provides insight into the way in which the One Health business model works.

As we saw during the Covid era, constant surveillance of viral mutations results in claims of increased disease risk, in turn requiring increased or prolonged restrictions and repeat use of expensive medical products with at-best questionable and at-worst unsafe and ineffective results. Differences between the receptors on the surface of human and animal cells affect the way that specific viruses can or cannot cause disease. As such, the mere presence of a virus does not equate to presence of disease.

Fraudulent use of testing to detect the presence of circulating organisms means that epidemics can be portrayed as perpetual, blaming illness from other causes on the latest “pathogen with pandemic potential”. An example of how the inferred presence of a virus can be erroneously misconstrued as presence of disease is the dramatic and spurious reports of thousands of Brazilian children dying of Covid in June and July of 2021. There are many reasons for this story to have been untrue, explained in a 2021 British Medical Journal review article Why is Covid-19 less severe in children? A review of the proposed mechanisms underlying the age-related difference in severity of SARS-CoV-2 infections. One of the many reasons is that children have very different expression of ACE2 receptors, which the Wuhan pathogen relies on for entry into human cells. Others include their highly robust innate immunity, and a full complement of mitochondria to generate energy. 

Brazil had strict lockdown policies for a time, and it is probable that resultant malnutrition and related childhood disease were the real culprits for this outbreak. Where severe childhood Covid disease has been reported in the world, it is likely to be either misdiagnosis of other common childhood infections not tested for, or expression of spike protein following administration, either antenatally or directly, of the injectable products which instruct cells to manufacture spike protein.

Genetic reassortment between different strains is claimed to be the reason that “spillovers” of the virus have occurred between species, including different species of birds but also from birds into mammals. This is thought to be because mutated strains develop the capacity to bind to receptors on the cells of different species. Gain of function research – a focus of the One Health program – involves experimentation with receptor binding domains of viruses in order to increase their affinity to mammal and/or human cells.

The OHHLEP claim that insufficient biosecurity on poultry farms is one of the reasons for such mutations to the Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A (HPAI-A). Their conclusion is that emergency response planning is needed, with stockpiling of products such as vaccines and personal protective equipment. We are told that medical products are the only way to protect against infection, whilst gain of function research is established in laboratories across the globe.

We are also being told to believe that surveillance measures such as searching for viruses in wastewater, where pathogens are guaranteed to be detected, is a way to monitor health of animals and/or humans. This is plainly ridiculous.

Meanwhile, as the extermination of whole livestock populations leads to bankruptcy of small farms, leaders in the biosecurity industry are hinting that this could be averted if mass vaccination of farm animals became an option. This provides a limitless consumer base for product consumption as long as systems are in place to guarantee compliance.

What Can We Do?

Do not comply! We only need a small percentage of the population to say NO to pandemic measures, buy their own livestock from farmers and independent butchers and keep their own chooks. Maybe we will have to form human protection for farms – to prevent the burning of beehives and the slaughtering of livestock. We need to do what it takes. We have seen how people power has turned things around politically in the Netherlands. We can do it too. Come on Kiwis – grow a pair. Your food, health, and thus your life and that of your children depend on it. We cannot remain the complacent, trusting citizenry that we once were. Like it or not, that innocence has been torn to shreds. It is time to stand up.

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