The WHO & Germany began conspiring to stage the COVID-19 biological warfare attack in 2017

The WHO and Germany initiated planning and preparing for the COVID-19 plandemic during the G20 Germany 2017 summit. Germany and the WHO conducted simulation exercises in 2017 depicting a fictional/fake viral outbreak that spreads by droplets. Germany and the WHO’s simulation exercises used fake news reports, fake Twitter posts, videos and paid actors to fake a viral outbreak. The simulation exercises were conducted to assist Germany and the WHO recruit G20 leaders for Germany and the WHO’s plandemic.

By putting global health on the agenda of the G20, we affirm our role in strengthening the political support for existing initiatives and working to address the economic aspects of global health issues. We support the leading role of the World Health Organization (WHO), as the United Nations specialized agency for health, in global health cooperation. Furthermore, we seek to intensify global action and cooperation in order to address ever-evolving challenges and identify where the health sector can provide leadership and added value.

We conducted a simulation exercise during our meeting in Berlin in May 2017 in close cooperation with the World Health Organization (WHO), … The international community needs to fully support the WHO in order for the organization to be able to fulfill its role, including in capacity building and in preparing for and responding to health emergencies. In this respect, we acknowledge that WHO’s financial and human resource capacities have to be strengthened, including through adequate and sustainable funding for the Health Emergencies Programme and the WHO Contingency Fund for Emergencies (CFE).

Berlin Declaration of the G20 Health Ministers

Startup funding for the COVID-19 plandemic was provided in 2017 when the UN’s World Bank Launched First-Ever Pandemic Bonds – Pandemic Emergency Financing Facility (PEF). PEF was funded by Japan and Germany (Canada, US, UK, and Europe’s WWII enemies), consisting of bonds, swaps and a ‘cash’ window, for which Germany provided initial funding of Euro 50 million. “PEF financing to eligible countries will be triggered when an outbreak reaches predetermined levels of contagion, including number of deaths; the speed of the spread of the disease; and whether the disease crosses international borders. The determinations for the trigger are made based on publicly available data as reported by the World Health Organization (WHO).” World Bank . The PEF is governed by a Steering Body, whose voting members include Japan and Germany. WHO and the World Bank serve as non-voting members.

Germany and the WHO planning and preparing to orchestrate the COVID-19 plandemic in 2017 was confirmed by Germany’s Robert Koch Institute. Germany’s “pandemic plan — devised three years ago” Robert Koch Institute, Germany’s central scientific institution in the field of biomedicine told Deutsche Welle (DW), Germany’s international broadcaster February 26, 2020. The plan adopted a number of measures on how to control a “enduring spread in the population,” including the “exclusion of sick persons from community facilities, isolation of sick persons, isolation of sick persons in medical facilities.” Germany’s 2017 plandemic plan also stipulated the government should “stop admission to mass accommodation, close communal facilities, ban events.” Plandemic experts considered the wearing of protective masks in public to be impractical. Experts emphasized that masks are most likely to be important for doctors and nurses — not so much because they risk infecting themselves, but so as not to add to the strain on patients with weakened immune systems.

The WHO formally partnered/conspired with Germany, during the 2018-2019 biennium. “Long-term strategic agreements between Germany and WHO allow for alignment and focus on key needs of global public health with a view to achieve results. The agreements strengthen WHO” the WHO

Embedded YouTube video of Germany and WHO’s 2017 pandemic simulation exercise created and posted by Germany’s Federal Ministry of Health. There’s more videos of Germany and the WHO/UN’s simulation exercise on YouTube.

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