The Effects of Ebola on COP 6

Have the Zealots and Charlatans finished yet? Have they finished their secret decision-making jollifications in Moscow?

The WHO is under siege over Ebola, and in any normal Industry, heads would roll. But that is hardly likely in the WHO. That is because it is not like any other Industry in that it is an Absolute Monopoly. It is a little like an Absolute Monarchy, except that no one knows who the Monarch is. Further, in the current climate over Ebola, one would think that the WHO would be fully occupied by it and that Tobacco Control would take a back seat. But don’t expect that it be so. The probability is that COP6 will be exploited with the fullest enthusiasm, once it has completed its secret cogitations. After all, the WHO President decided to avoid a conference about Ebala and attend a conference about ‘the tobacco epidemic’ instead. She rated ‘the tobacco epidemic’, which is in fact no more that a statistical chart on a computer screen, to be more important than several thousand real deaths, here and now,  with the potential for exponential growth.

Meanwhile, over in Australia, the Zealots have made fools of themselves over an opera which has tobacco ingredients. Great Art has been subsumed to politically correct ideology, which is the product of a few crazy Zealots. One of the greatest Zealots is Daube, and it was he who said that nothing is more important that Public Health – nothing. Does this not remind you of something? Do you remember how the Taliban smashed up that thousand year old statue in Afghanistan just for fun?

Further, we have had, here in the UK, the thoroughly disreputable spectacle of a “Lord” spouting the usual bumph which equates ‘help’ with ‘force’. “Forcing” smokers to desist from smoking in the open air in parks is not ‘using force’, it is ‘assisting’. I suppose that thrusting Jews into gas chambers was also portrayed as ‘giving them a helping hand’.

 

It is reasonable to say that Daube, Chapman, Glantz etc are not significantly different from the Taliban. They have the same suicidal tendencies (but not themselves!), the same ideology, the same rapacious money-making scams, the same world-wide infiltration, the same inhuman persecution, etc.

So do not expect COP 6 to be quietly consigned to the archives. The Zealots and Charlatans in the monopolistic and aristocratic Tobacco Control Industry cannot help themselves, you see. They are a multinational conglomerate with totalitarian and fascist tendencies.

So COP 6 will be declared to be an overwhelming success. Recommendations for world-wide taxes on tobacco will be declared to be International Law (‘proceeds’ to Daube, Chapman and Glantz). And not one national leader, such as Cameron/Clegg/Miliband, will say, “Bugger off”.

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I’m not sure whether Cameron etc lack courage or are ignorant. It is hard to say. Certainly, Government Minster Milton MP (Health Minster) thought that the FCTC was “International Law”, when it is nothing more that a temporary treaty.

Because the FCTC is a treaty ratified by so many nations (probably because they did not realise what it involved), it is almost impossible to ‘reform’ it. Nor is it possible (for the UK) to control the waste of money.

Is there an answer?

Yes there is, and it is extremely simple. Simply withdraw funding until acceptable reforms have been made. Other nations can do as they wish, but the UK will act in that way.

But there are other organisations which need similar reforms. The World Bank and the EU Central Bank come to mind. Does anyone know who controls those organisations? And yet they seem to be able to force Nations to do as they wish.

Answer? Very simple. Those organisations are supposed to be politically neutral. Ensure that they are so. The UK should demand it, or withdraw support, along with allied Nations. We abhor Aristocracies. We shall not tolerate them.

 

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6 Responses to “The Effects of Ebola on COP 6”

  1. artbylisabelle Says:

    Reblogged this on artbylisabelle and commented:
    Taking full account of it all.

  2. beobrigitte Says:

    Further, in the current climate over Ebola, one would think that the WHO would be fully occupied by it and that Tobacco Control would take a back seat. But don’t expect that it be so. The probability is that COP6 will be exploited with the fullest enthusiasm, once it has completed its secret cogitations. After all, the WHO President decided to avoid a conference about Ebala and attend a conference about ‘the tobacco epidemic’ instead. She rated ‘the tobacco epidemic’, which is in fact no more that a statistical chart on a computer screen, to be more important than several thousand real deaths, here and now, with the potential for exponential growth.

    Indeed, a WHO who insists on a “tobacco epidemic” killing 8000 people/year whilst providing NO FUNDING for the care of the existing number of elderly people NOW?
    HOW does Dr. Chan think these elderly people survived all the years of unhindered tobacco smoke, either smoking themselves or family members around them smoking?

    But, the tobacco ‘epidemic’ is so important that the WHO in it’s tobacco epidemic frenzy missed the REAL epidemic!!! And, as Prof. Grieshaber said they would, the WHO is now going round with a collection plate since it’s money is reserved for the ‘tobacco epidemic’ trying to blackmail governments by blaming THEM to donate more tax payers’ (with that also SMOKERS’!!!) money to steamroller into Liberia with fanfares to be the -albeit belated – saviour.

    When I stumbled across this video:

    I became very sad and then very angry. Very, very angry.

    So COP 6 will be declared to be an overwhelming success. Recommendations for world-wide taxes on tobacco will be declared to be International Law (‘proceeds’ to Daube, Chapman and Glantz). And not one national leader, such as Cameron/Clegg/Miliband, will say, “Bugger off”.

    Miliband and Clegg telling the WHO to bugger off? THAT would mean pigs can fly!!! Cameron? He is too busy being smug about ‘making the queen purr’ and talking gibberish to potential voters.
    The question is, will Farage slash the funding for this inept and incompetent WHO?
    I am waiting to see. I’m pretty sure he will produce a severe dent in the WHO’s ‘shiny armour’.

    Because the FCTC is a treaty ratified by so many nations (probably because they did not realise what it involved), it is almost impossible to ‘reform’ it. Nor is it possible (for the UK) to control the waste of money.

    This FCTC is not worth the paper it is written on! It can be torn up with NO consequences other than whole populations drawing the sigh of relief.
    The UK (and every other state involved) would fare much better if the monies wasted on the WHO was redirected to those who PROVE to be doing all they can. I do not know much about MSF (Doctors without borders) but they ARE where they are being needed and not in “conferences” for a week discussing what else they could do to smokers. And the MSF has lost by now quite a few of it’s volunteers to Ebola, so THEY should be given the money rather than the WHO.

    *Rant over* (I am still very, very, very angry!!!)

    • junican Says:

      Beo.
      It is not often that I disagree with you, but I have seen this type of video before. It seems typical of a ‘staged’ video. Dead bodies lying in the streets are just a bit too convenient. We have seen these tricks in connection with claims about Israeli attacks upon those who fire rockets into Israel.
      The reality is almost certainly that people who die from ebola die at home in their beds.

    • beobrigitte Says:

      Junican, at first I thought the same; but I did check a few things:

      http://www.msf.org.uk/article/ebola-un-speech-response-remains-totally-and-lethally-inadequate

      MSF overwhelmed

      Today, in Monrovia, sick people are banging on the doors of MSF Ebola care centres, because they do not want to infect their families and they are desperate for a safe place in which to be isolated.

      Tragically, our teams must turn them away. We simply do not have enough capacity for them. Highly infectious people are forced to return home, only to infect others and continue the spread of this deadly virus. All for a lack of international response.

      As of today, MSF has sent more than 420 tonnes of supplies to the affected countries. We have 2,000 staff on the ground. We manage more than 530 beds in five different Ebola care centres. Yet we are overwhelmed. We are honestly at a loss as to how a single, private NGO is providing the bulk of isolation units and beds.
      Response is leathally inadequate

      We are unable to predict how the epidemic will spread. We are dealing largely with the unknown. But we do know that the number of recorded Ebola cases represents only a fraction of the real number of people infected.

      We do know that transmission rates are at unprecedented levels. We do know that communities are being decimated. And, with CERTAINTY, we know that the ground response remains totally, and lethally, inadequate.

      With every passing week, the epidemic grows exponentially. With every passing week, the response becomes all the more complicated.

      The criticism “lack of international response” has be be handed to the WHO. It is an international organisation paid to deal with this kind of emergencies. Instead, it concentrates on a ficticious ‘tobacco epidemic’ and wines&dines it’s delegates in rather exotic locations to dream up even more obscure ‘measures’ against smokers.

      The reality is almost certainly that people who die from ebola die at home in their beds.

      We all think that this would be the case. The Liberians most certainly are scared – scared enough to actually get themselves to a place where they hope to find help. in doing so, they put themselves in more danger. The continue to be sick and diarrhoea is rapidly resulting in rapid loss of electrolytes, which in turn speeds up the inevitable.
      To me it is not improbable that people do die outside the hospitals which can’t admit more patients due to lack of capacity and staff to cope with the demand.

      • junican Says:

        You might well be right, Beo. It is hard to say. The problem is that it is so easy to fake scenes of that nature on the grounds that ‘it is for the greater good’. But I don’t mean that MSF is doing the faking. I am talking about the MSM.

  3. moss Says:

    Quite right, Junican. The problem at the present time is that there is so much staging going on that people can’t discern between fact and fiction, such is the technology today..But full marks to Beo, who displays a genuine concern for others. That’s what I call a real person!

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