WHO director Tedros: ‘It’s time to be more aggressive in pushing back on anti-vaxxers’

(LifeSiteNews) — The director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, declared “it’s time to be more aggressive in pushing back on anti-vaxxers.”

During a talk titled “Celebrating 50 years of immunization progress,” Ghebreyesus said: “You know the serious challenge that’s posed by anti-vaxxers, and I think we need to strategize to really push back because vaccines work, vaccines affect adults, and we have science, evidence on our side.”

“I think it’s time to be more aggressive in pushing back on anti-vaxxers,” he stated. “I think they used COVID as an opportunity, and you know all the havoc they are creating.”

While the WHO chief did not specifically mention the dangerous and ineffective COVID shots, one may assume that people who refused to undergo the experimental injection would be included in the group of the “anti-vaxxers.” In 2022, the WHO published a video that smeared people opposed to the COVID jabs as “anti-science” and a “major killing force,” attempting to link them to the “far right.”


9 thoughts on “WHO director Tedros: ‘It’s time to be more aggressive in pushing back on anti-vaxxers’”

  1. The jabbing Teddy Bear must be very upset that the draconian power-mad WHO Pandemic Treaty didn’t pass… yet… so he’s recommending that the propaganda be turned up to flaming.

  2. “I think they used COVID as an opportunity, and you know all the havoc they are creating.”

    Diabolical Narcissist projection alert!

    He is having a temper tantrum because the majority of people will never be fooled by another fake scamdemic. There will never be another mandatory masking up or vaccination, People have learned to simply ignore and laugh at these power-hungry globalist clowns.

    1. Fauci is simply not responsible for any of this. He works under the department of health and human services, which is under the president. He’s a little demon, but from his boss Reagan to Trump to Biden he’s gotten his wishes. The buck stops with the president. Which is why Trump, not Fauci is responsible for this Covid madness, including the vaccine.

  3. No, it’s not about science and it’s not about preventing disease. It’s about control. As proof, I offer the mere fact that millions of unvetted, unvaccinated, truly unknown people are allowed to cross into the former US each year. If being vaxxed were such an urgent matter, these tyrants would be cracking down on illegal crossings. The fact that they enforce no quarantine, no health inspection, and no vax requirement on illegals tells you everything. I have firsthand knowledge of this as a former teacher in Texas whose illegal students frequently were under treatment for tuberculosis. I have no idea if Europe has the same situation, but I do know about Texas.

    You can’t enter California with fruit from out of state because they don’t want the spread of agricultural pests. It’s illegal to grow cotton in Texas unless you have a farm and pass inspections because there is still threat of boll weevils. Yet HERE WE ARE allowing people from who knows where carrying who knows what diseases.

    Hypocrisy knows NO bounds.

    1. Ann Vandersteel was invited to give a presentation to our very active group of concerned Pennsylvania residents here in Chester County…along with Delaware County PA one of the most pivotal counties in the country for influencing/predicting federal elections.

      During her presentation Ann (Vandersteel, not to be confused with Miss Barnhardt 🙂 ) explained that tuberculosis is infecting Texas cattle herds; and if it continues to accelerate/spread/infect at the current rate the “allowable tolerance level” of tuberculosis infected cattle will be exceeded and will trigger the extermination of entire herds.

      Recently spoke with an acquaintance whose friend just sold his cattle ranch in New Mexico, predicted that the price of beef will skyrocket and will be affordable only by the “elite of the elite.”

      ….”Bird flu strikes flock of 4.2 million chickens in Iowa’s Sioux County.”

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