Coronavirus: Institutions become more dangerous

 

 

Coronavirus is likely the most important event of this century so far.

 

More than a year has passed since the first cases were detected in countries on several continents and, according to official figures, it has exceeded 1.5 million deaths. We are in the greatest economic crisis known by current generations. In addition, the first vaccines have already appeared and massive vaccinations have begun.

 

According to Wikipedia, throughout history, there is evidence of 26 pandemics caused by a microorganism, starting in 1796 and with four pandemics in this century (SARS in 2002, Influenza A in 2009, MERS in 2012 and COVID-19 in 2019).

For decades it has been said that the new wars will be biological, although the use of such weapons was prohibited in the Geneva Protocol of 1925. Subsequently, the 1972 Biological and Toxic Weapons Convention prohibits the development, production and stockpiling of microbes or their poisonous products except in quantities necessary for protection and peaceful exploration. 137 countries had signed this Convention by 1996, although the number of countries capable of creating these weapons is believed to have increased.

The World Health Organization (WHO) is a United Nations agency. Since the 20th century, many scientists, physicians and organizations of both groups have been developing a critical perspective due to disagreement with the foundations, the approach and the proposals of the WHO and the pharmaceutical industry that participates, in a minority, in the financing of the WHO.

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