Russia & the WHO: An abusive relationship
A cautionary tale
The results are in: Servile obedience to the World Health Organization is not very good for your health.
Exhibit A: The Russian Federation.
Sovershenno Sekretno (Top Secret) magazine has the details, which we’ve excerpted below; for your convenience, here are the main points of the article with links to stories that we’ve written on these subjects:
Russia is facing a serious demographic crisis
“Optimized” medicine and the suspension of routine medical care to “fight the Virus” has had catastrophic consequences
The birth rate in Russia is declining, and there was a noticeable drop in births 9 months after compulsory vaccination was introduced
The Russian government is withholding (or doesn’t collect) data on post-vaccination complications
Despite the complete absence of transparency from the health ministry, Russian doctors and academics have documented serious adverse effects linked to COVID vaccination
There has yet to be a single official inquiry into why Russia has suffered record-shattering excess mortality and population decline in the past two years.
“Recommendations” from the WHO and other global organizations are accelerating the destruction of Russia’s healthcare system.
Russia needs to leave the WHO. Today.
Some of these topics have even received mainstream news coverage in Russia. Of course, according to the official narrative, vaccination will shield Russians from reproductive problems (acknowledged by Russian Health Minister and WHO Executive Board member Mikhail Murashko):
Now for the main event:
By Olga Sotina, 01/20/2023
Russia is rapidly dying out. Demographers came to such a shocking conclusion, referring to the figures published by Rosstat. According to the data available to date, by the end of 2022, the population of our country may decrease by 1.3-1.5 million people. So, in the ten months of the past year, 1.092 million babies were born, which is 6.2% less than in the same period of 2021, while the relative birth rate—9 children per 100 thousand of the population—has become the lowest since 2001.
According to analysts, a surge in the birth rate in the coming year 2023 is not expected, and there is every reason to believe that a real demographic catastrophe awaits us in the very next decade.
Experts agree that this is a natural result of a long-term policy of optimizing medicine, the degradation of the social sphere, poverty, and lack of confidence in the future.
Today, in 43 regions, the death rate exceeds the birth rate from one and a half to three times, and no one at the very top is sounding the alarm about this, no one even publicly states the very fact of the monstrous depopulation of Russia.
“I want to say that in our country there is a complete lack of understanding of the demographic problem, including at the level of the Government of the Russian Federation. In the two years that have passed under COVID, 2020-2021, excess mortality in Russia amounted to exactly 1 million people. This exceeds the average number of deaths observed over the past five years until 2020,” Yuri Krupnov, chairman of the supervisory board of the Institute of Demography, Migration and Regional Development, told reporters. “And there is no talk about it at all! Not to mention the fact that neither a government commission nor a commission in the State Duma has been created, which should have been carefully analyzed, but why did this happen? Not a single page of an official report or message!”
And this despite the fact that the terrible excess mortality figures were not conjured out of thin air, but from the reports of the Federal State Statistics Service.
What caused the death of these people?
At her briefings during the so-called pandemic—which, by the way, was never officially announced—Russian Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova stated that coronavirus mortality accounts for half of all deaths in Russia. Let's assume that this is so. Then what was responsible for the other half?
“I can name two factors that have worsened Russian demographics, and if not responsible for the entire million additional deaths, then at least up to two-thirds of them. The first factor is, oddly enough, the huge investments in the treatment of COVID. What does it mean? As authorities focused on fighting COVID, treatment for other diseases—which, of course, did not disappear—practically zeroed out,” Yuri Krupnov believes. “And the second factor is the unprofessional hopes placed on vaccination, which prevented us from understanding the nature of the disease, and the real causes of [COVID-attributed] deaths. And vaccination simply didn’t work for us, it may have even made things worse!”
As we well know, there are no statistics on vaccinated Russians and side effects after this well-known procedure. And it's understandable why: Someone would have to take responsibility for excess mortality and the sharp deterioration in the health of the nation, including reproductive health.
According to statistics, in June and July 2022, Russia experienced a sharp decline in the birth rate compared to previous months. Coincidence or not, but this happened just 9 months after the start of massive and harsh coercion to vaccinate against COVID-19. It is impossible to prove any relationship. But the fact remains. And this will have to be taken into account.
Moreover, many reputable scientists warned that no one had studied the effect of new gene vaccines on reproductive function.
“I cannot put my hand on my heart and say that there will be no consequences. We know that there are complications in girls and young men, there are very serious complications,” said Vitaly Zverev, the scientific director of the Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution Research Institute of Vaccines and Serums named after Mechnikov, in 2021. […]
But effective managers from the Ministry of Health assured us that the drugs were “absolutely safe.” And they continue to do this, referring to the “WHO recommendations”. Despite the fact that such “recommendations” threaten us with physical extinction. […]
To be honest, it is not clear why today, when we are told that Russia is fighting for sovereignty, we are still members of the WHO and comply with dubious international agreements that lead us to the brink of the abyss. Is Russia really ready to continue moving in the direction indicated by the globalists, towards its own destruction?
“Russia is not just ready—it is already happy to fulfill the wishes of the most unfriendly states,” says Yuri Krupnov, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Institute of Demography, Migration and Regional Development. “In history, there have already been many peoples who have disappeared.”
So the Russians will disappear. But the territory will remain: beautiful, good lands, many minerals. But the Russians will show themselves not as egoists, but as real altruists who have completely given themselves to humanity.
Having destroyed the institution of the family and not giving birth, we perfectly fulfill the aspirations of unfriendly countries and even run ahead of the locomotive.
As we wrote in August:
The Russian government has made no meaningful effort to scrutinize its own “public health” policies, even after Russia recorded a natural population decline of 1.04 million people in 2021—an unprecedented, record-shattering loss of life, worse than the 90s, when Russia suffered complete socioeconomic collapse.
Surely these less-than-stellar “public health” results are worthy of at least a Sate Duma report investigating the country’s COVID response? Something clearly went wrong—but what?
Why is the Russian government not asking these questions?
Questions, questions ….
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