Without vaccines and pharmaceutical corporations, no health is possible. This is the umpteenth change of definition made by the WHO website, which in this case aims to associate immunity to a virus with vaccination.
Since the onset of the “pandemic” and its transition to the “New Normal” (or “Great Reset”) agenda, language has become another battleground. Words and phrases are stretched and twisted into new, strange or contradictory meanings, or loaded with implications that never existed before.
The example we show you here is a literal one.
The phrase “herd immunity” has been around for decades, and most people had probably heard it at some point prior to March 2020. It had a clear meaning, which was available on (among other places) the World Health Organization’s website:
“Herd immunity is the indirect protection against an infectious disease that occurs when a population is immune, either by vaccination or by immunity developed through previous infection.”
However, after the shock of the “pandemic”, this once totally uncontroversial theory became the subject of fierce debate, and its proponents suddenly found themselves described as “genocidal” or, at the very least, irresponsible.
It was at this point that the WHO changed its website, updating its definition of “herd immunity” to eliminate the concept of “natural immunity” altogether:
“Herd immunity”, also known as “population immunity”, is a concept used for vaccination, where a population can be protected from a given virus if a vaccination threshold is reached. Herd immunity is achieved by protecting people from a virus, not exposing them to it.”
You can check the above version via the wayback machine.
Vaccination has never before been considered the only path to herd immunity, and to claim that immunity cannot be created through exposure is completely false.
Changing this definition during a supposed pandemic, just before experimental and untested vaccines were about to be launched, makes it clear that there was a pre-“pandemic” agenda.