Pictured above: Western man screaming in terror as experts use “anti-pandemic” vaccinations to ruin the genes of a relative.

This is the first pandemic in the lives of most people, but apparently something changed in the fabric of reality, and now we’re told that we’re going to be getting lots and lots of new pandemics soon.

The World Health Organization warns that coronavirus is not “the big one.”

Daily Mail:

The World Health Organization has warned that the coronavirus pandemic is ‘not necessarily the big one’ and that a more deadly virus could yet sweep the globe.

Dr Mike Ryan, head of the WHO emergencies programme, said on Tuesday that the pandemic was a ‘wake-up call’.

This pandemic has been very severe… it has affected every corner of this planet. But this is not necessarily the big one,‘ he told a media briefing.

The coronavirus has so far killed 1,799, 337 people world wide and the most recent SAGE estimates put its infection fatality rate at 0.5%, meaning it kills one of every 200 people infected.

Spanish Flu was the last major global pandemic and killed in excess of 50million people between 1918 and 1919. It was much more deadly to younger people and there was a high mortality rate among those aged 20-40 years old.

There is no reality in which this virus kills 1 of every 200 people infected. By looking at the total deaths of 2020 compared to those of previous years, we know for a fact that they’re blaming coronavirus for the deaths of people who would have died of something else this year anyway.

But even if the virus really killed 0.5% of the people it infects, is that really reason enough to destroy virtually every medium and small business and change our entire social order?

In the United Kingdom, only 50 deaths of healthy people under 40 are blamed on coronavirus so far this year, yet everyone’s been forced to forfeit their rights and sacrifice their future.

We’ve been told things were going to get better after the vaccines were ready, but now we’re being told that the vaccines may not even work and that everyone must continue to live the Sci-Fi Dystopia lifestyle.

WHO says that coronavirus vaccines may not even prevent the spread and that vaccinated people need to take the same “precautions” everyone’s been forced to take since the start of the pandemic.

Being vaccinated against the virus did not mean an end to social distancing and other public health measures, chief scientist Dr Soumya Swaminathan told the briefing on Tuesday.

‘I don’t believe we have the evidence on any of the vaccines to be confident that it’s going to prevent people from actually getting the infection and therefore being able to pass it on.

‘So I think we need to assume that people who have been vaccinated also need to take the same precautions,’ Swaminathan said, adding that the vaccine is intended to prevent symptomatic disease as well as severe cases of infection and deaths.

What this means, in practice, is that nothing is ever really going to go back to normal.

The normal we knew is gone — it was dead the moment the government realized people wouldn’t resist being abused if the abuse was said be for their own good.