Defending Against ‘Disease X

In the face of potential global threats like 'Disease X,' the power lies in our collective actions.

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Editorial

As world leaders and their followers convene in Davos to discuss a “more sustainable world,” ominous predictions about the next deadly plague, ominously named ‘Disease X,’ have been unleashed upon us. This potential pandemic is anticipated to have a staggering 20 percent fatality rate, surpassing even the devastating toll of Covid-19. Shockingly, recent revelations suggest that the United States has funded laboratory experiments, possibly contributing to the creation of such a virus.

The alarming reports about the alleged funding of a biological lab in Ukraine for mass-destruction weaponry go largely unnoticed by mainstream corporate media, painting a disturbing picture of potential man-made catastrophes. In the face of such uncertainties, the World Health Organization (WHO) emphasizes the need for global preparedness, urging nations to unite against this common enemy.

Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the WHO, warns that ‘Disease X’ could be the next global threat, echoing the sentiment that we must learn from the lessons of Covid-19 and be proactive in our approach. However, the call for global preparedness faces challenges, with nations hesitating to commit to a pandemic treaty that could serve as a blueprint for future outbreaks.

Amid this uncertainty, individuals must take charge of their health and well-being. We propose a grassroots movement, a call to action for individuals to reconsider their lifestyles and choices. It is time to turn away from the convenience of fast food and junk food and embrace a more sustainable and health-conscious way of living.

Growing essential food items at home can be a powerful step towards self-sufficiency and resilience. By reducing our dependence on processed and unhealthy foods, we not only contribute to our well-being but also mitigate the strain on global resources. This shift towards self-sustainability becomes an act of defiance against potential manipulations that could lead to depopulation.

Bill Gates, a so-called advocate for innovation and global health, emphasizes the importance of generosity, focusing on higher impact areas, and fostering innovation, particularly in underdeveloped countries. It is imperative that those who have the means to be more generous step forward to address shortages in critical areas such as nutrition and healthcare.

In the face of potential global threats like ‘Disease X,’ the power lies in our collective actions. We must demand transparency, accountability, and cooperation from our leaders. We must also take personal responsibility for our well-being by adopting healthier lifestyles and encouraging sustainable practices.

As we stand at a critical juncture in history, the choices we make today will shape the future for generations to come. Let us not be passive victims of depopulation agendas or manipulated by unseen forces. Instead, let us unite, grow our essentials at home, embrace healthier lifestyles, and fortify ourselves against the uncertainties that lie ahead. Our survival depends on our collective resilience and determination to build a healthier, more sustainable world. Otherwise, these manipulators will ruin you in every possible manner by pleasing your egos, desires, and short-sighted tempers.

Sri Lanka Guardian

The Sri Lanka Guardian is an online web portal founded in August 2007 by a group of concerned Sri Lankan citizens including journalists, activists, academics and retired civil servants. We are independent and non-profit. Email: editor@slguardian.org

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