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W.H.O. Says Coronavirus ‘May Never Go Away’ and the Public Must Accept Lockdown as New Normal

They never intend to give our freedoms back.

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The World Health Organization (WHO) is warning the public that the coronavirus “may never go away” and to get used to the Draconian lockdown conditions as the new normal.

“I think it’s important to to put this on the table: this virus may become just another endemic virus in our communities and this virus may never go away,” said Dr. Mike Ryan, director of the WHO’s Health Emergencies program, during a recent press conference in Geneva.

Ryan compares the coronavirus to HIV, the disease that scientists at one point alleged inserts of which were contained within COVID-19. HIV has plagued the world for decades, and Ryan wants the world to think of coronavirus as having a similar impact.

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“HIV has not gone away, we’ve come to terms with the virus and we have found the therapies and we found the prevention methods and people don’t feel as scared as they did before and we’re offering life to people with HIV, long healthy lives to people with HIV,” Ryan said.

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WHO has led the way in pushing the propaganda regarding the “new normal,” meaning that the world’s freedoms will never return after to the coronavirus pandemic.

“People understandably want to get on with their lives, because their lives and livelihoods are at stake,” That’s what WHO wants too. And that’s what we are working for, all day, every day,” Tedros Adhanom said in an address last month.

“But the world will not and cannot go back to the way things were,” he added. “There must be a “new normal” – a world that is healthier, safer and better prepared.”

However, the WHO has made global recovery from the coronavirus pandemic far more difficult every step of the way because of their constant shilling for China.

The organization is haunted by this January tweet in which they repeated Chinese propaganda verbatim about the illness and worsened the situation immeasurably as a result:

The WHO is doing everything to keep the fear going after helping to create the problem initially.

‘The trajectory is in our hands, and it’s everybody’s business, and we should all contribute to stop this pandemic,’ Tedros said.

“We need to get into the mindset that it is going to take some time to come out of this pandemic,” WHO epidemiologist Maria van Kerkhove said.

The globalists have sunk to new levels of treachery during the coronavirus pandemic, and the WHO is leading the way in that regard.

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Hungary Seeking Constitutional Amendment to Prevent Gay Couples from Adopting and Protect Children from Transgenderism

Hungary is one of the last Western nations committed to at least some social conservatism.

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The Hungarian Parliament is considering a constitutional amendment that would effectively prevent gay couples from adopting children and protect the gender identity that children were born with.

The amendment would allow only opposite-sex married couples to adopt children, with case-by-case exceptions made by Minister of Family Affairs Katalin Novák. It also declares that the government will protect the right of children “to the gender identity they were born with.”

Children ought to be raised “in accordance with the values based on our homeland’s constitutional identity and Christian culture” and “the basis for family relations is marriage,” says the amendment. “The mother is a woman, the father is a man.”

Draft language of the amendment was submitted to parliament by Justice Minister Judit Varga.

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Big League Politics reported on November 20 that Prime Minister Viktor Orbán called out George Soros as “one of the most corrupt people in the world”:

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán called out globalist oligarch George Soros in an interview with Kossuth Radio on Friday, identifying the Hungarian-born financier as “one of the most corrupt people in the world.

Orbán pointed to Soros as a key figure in the push to sanction Hungary and Poland within the European Union. Liberal countries have sought to crack down on the central European nations for their tough approach to immigration, political correctness, gender ideology and globalism.

George Soros is threatening Hungary and Poland,” PM Orbán said. “George Soros is one of the most corrupt people in the world; he has plenty of politicians in his pocket who now want to blackmail Hungary and Poland for access to EU funds.

Soros recently penned an op-ed demanding that EU member states exclude Hungary and Poland from budgetary proceedings in the European Parliament. This defies any claim that the political union has in regards to democracy, tacitly silencing two longtime members of the EU that have as many rights within the body as any other nation.

Soros is pushing for the European Parliament to dictate the EU’s annual budget with a two-thirds majority. Previously, unanimous consent was required from the EU’s 27 member states.

Hungary’s commitment to a baseline level of social conservatism shows just how far the rest of the West has fallen. God bless Prime Minister Orbán and the Hungarian Parliament for that commitment in the face of widespread globalist opposition.

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