IF EVER a cure was urgently needed, it’s for the unrelenting medical nihilism of ‘pandemic preparedness’. Exhibit A is Disease X, the unknown ‘pandemic potential pathogen’ which the biodefence mafia and WHO are currently, or should I say once again, preparing us for. It made a return appearance at Davos last week, six years after its 2018 debut. Its trail led back to the insane DARPA X-factor pandemic prevention platform project behind the first Disease X, SARS-CoV-2.
Disease X entered public discourse after joining Ebola, Zika, MERS and SARS on the World Health Organization’s newly developed Research and Development Blueprint for vaccines (convened by the ubiquitous Sir Jeremy Farrar). It was ‘an inescapable truth’, they said, that the next pandemic is coming. Despite the fearmongering it gained little traction with the public.
Unnoticed in the background of this Disease X promotional campaign was the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). To support military preparedness it wanted to create a Pandemic Prevention Platform (P3). Dr Matt Hepburn, the program manager originally running the P3 project, describes it as ‘a technology platform that can place a protective treatment into health providers’ hands within 60 days of a pathogen being identified, and have that treatment induce protection in patients within three days of administration . . . we need to be able to move at this speed considering how quickly outbreaks can get out of control’. Notably he stated that ‘the technology needs to work on any viral disease, whether it’s one humans have faced before or not’.