MUNICH (LifeSiteNews) — The German health minister said that “new pandemics are certain” and that “the only question is: when and are we better prepared then.”
Health minister Karl Lauterbach met with billionaire Bill Gates and the director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, during the Munich Security Conference this past weekend.
Lauterbach posted a photo of the three of them on Twitter with the following message:
With @BillGates and WHO Director General @DrTedros at the Munich Security Conference. New pandemics are certain. The only question is: when and are we better prepared then. That’s what we’ve been working on.
Mit @BillGates und WHO Generaldirektor @DrTedros bei der Münchener Sicherheitskonferenz. Neue Pandemien sind sicher. Die Frage ist nur: wann und sind wir dann besser vorbereitet. Daran haben wir gearbeitet. pic.twitter.com/TZO8xegixN
— Prof. Karl Lauterbach (@Karl_Lauterbach) February 18, 2023
The Munich Security conference is an annual meeting about international security issues, in which politicians and important figures from the corporate world take part. In 2017, Gates gave a speech at the Munich Security Conference, in which he predicted that a “highly lethal global pandemic will occur in our lifetimes.” He also stated that “[w]e may not know if that weapon is man-made or a product of nature.”
“I view the threat of deadly pandemics right up there with nuclear war and climate change,” Gates said in 2017. “Getting ready for a global pandemic is every bit as important as nuclear deterrence and avoiding a climate catastrophe.”
The Microsoft founder is said to have significant influence on the WHO, as his foundation is the second largest financial contributor to the organization after the U.S. government. Gates is a strong proponent of vaccine development and distribution (including the ineffective and dangerous Covid injections), as well as population control and abortion.
Germany’s health minister Karl Lauterbach is known as an ardent supporter of draconian Covid measures, including Covid jab mandates.
The third person in the meeting, Tedros Ghebreyesus, who became director-general of the WHO in 2017, was a member of Ethiopia’s communist Tigray People’s Liberation Front and served as its Health and Foreign Affairs Minister when it was in power. The party was declared a terrorist organization by the Ethiopian government in 2021. He also has close ties to the Communist Party of China and has been accused of being a proxy for the Chinese government.
The meeting of the three high-profile figures raises concerns about a potential global health dictatorship, as the WHO members will vote on a treaty in May 2023 that would strip nations of their sovereignty, as well as remove personal freedom of choice and the right to privacy.
“The shocking blueprint for a supra-governmental bureaucracy with the power to forcibly vaccinate and quarantine people sounds like a dystopian fantasy; it is one our leaders are keen to realize,” LifeSiteNews contributor Frank Wright wrote about the WHO pandemic treaty.
“The World Health Organization is seeking powers to silence anyone who questions its narrative in [the] future,” Wright said. “Its appalling track record in this regard is no impediment to its belief in its own mission to extinguish human rights for the greater good. It displays every vice of the large-scale bureaucracy, accepting input only from its selected peers, and treating human scale interaction as some kind of attempted infection.”