In Vanuatu, the COVID-19 Game the WHO Is Playing with the World Is Revealed

In the Republic of Vanuatu, located in the South Pacific Ocean, two members of the island country’s parliament are bringing attention to the WHO’s crimes against humanity. And revealing exactly how the organization works to overtake a government.

Writer’s note: Some of the transcriptions below have been minimally edited for clarity.

In a recent interview with German attorney Reiner Fuellmich, as well as his colleague, Viviane Fischer, two members of parliament from Vanuatu—an island country located in the South Pacific Ocean with a population of approximately 300,000 people—explained how the World Health Organization (WHO) is using COVID-19 as an excuse to gain total legal authority over the local population. The MPs’ story, one eerily similar to that of any other WHO-member nation since 2020, shows how global supranational powers operate when not hidden behind puppet politicians.

In the hour-long interview immediately below MPs Andrew Napuat and John Salong—who are both current members of parliament—describe for Fuellmich and Fischer the way the WHO has invaded and captured the Vanuatuan government over the past several years. Noting, perhaps expectedly for some, that the takeover began years before COVID-19 (supposedly) arrived in the nation. Although it only truly started to take shape post introduction of the disease.

“When we heard about this coronavirus in China and how it was spreading across the world, our parliament—our government—decided to introduce a motion to indemnify the pharmaceutical companies,” Napuat says in the interview, offering his chronology of events. “And the reason [the finance minister and the minister of health] got these big numbers of votes in parliament was because they told us that when we passed the motion, the vaccines were going to be purchased and sent to Vanuatu and then be stored at the central location here in the main hospital.” Napuat adds that “they even said that it was not going to be compulsory or mandatory for people to receive the vaccines. It was going to be stored in a certain place or if people wanted to get vaccinated they would have to go to this central place and get vaccinated. And that was a big lie.

Following indemnification of the pharmaceutical companies—a move seen in Israel, the U.S., and everywhere else the COVID-19 injections were dispensed—the health and finance ministers lied again.

Image: Stiftung Corona Ausschuss

“They said that the vaccines [were] not going to be rolled out until the government goes around the province and the islands to do a massive awareness [campaign]. To inform the people about the vaccines, the side effects, the benefits of the vaccines, and all of that,” Napuat says. Adding that “after the motion was passed in parliament, the next thing we realize was, there was no awareness [campaign] done in the provinces and the islands.” Indeed, the WHO, apparently shirking responsibility, “never went around the places to do the awareness even though the people in the communities and in the islands asked for more awareness about the vaccines, they never did.”

WHO officials and members of the health ministry did, however, go throughout the country pushing the COVID-19 “vaccines” on people. Even to the most remote parts of Vanuatu.

“Interestingly, some of the islands are so remote, but these vaccines [reached] these islands…” Napuat tells Fuellmich. “And you know our people living in the remote areas, they have not seen health services for a number of years. They have not seen officers for… basic drugs, and basic health services. But for these vaccines, they had to travel to all the islands and even the remote areas.”

Some WHO health officials went to islands by boat; some went places “so muddy for the trucks even the trucks can’t go there.” If vehicles couldn’t make it to distant citizens, the WHO “took the vaccines and walked.”

Napuat says WHO officials told people that if they didn’t receive the injection, they wouldn’t be able to travel by plane or ship, and wouldn’t be able to visit shops or markets.

Napuat describes the WHO’s coercive tactics, noting that:

“They were misleading people. Telling our people that if you don’t get vaccinated you are not going to travel by plane, you are not going to travel by the ship, you are not going to go to the shops, to the main centers and the markets or whatever… They feel like they’re going to be shut out of every government [service] if they don’t get vaccinated. And so this is how they managed to get some of our population vaccinated because of the threatening words they were using. Confusing words and misleading words. And they went as far as passing a policy in the council of ministers threatening to arrest, detain, and prosecute anybody who was giving any information other than the one they were giving about the coronavirus and the vaccines. And so, this was like, a threat to our sovereignty, a threat to our constitutional rights.

Although Napuat and Salong say they’ve been “reminding people about their rights in the constitution,” the declared state of emergency in the country has—as in many other countries—gone on for more than two years now. Worsening things, at the beginning of this year, the minister of health signed a new health emergency regulation order. “And with that order [the injections] became [mandatory], Napuat says, adding that “Although they did not come out in the orders [and say] ‘mandatory’—they had sentences like ‘all workers must be vaccinated.’ So the word ‘must’ was already mandatory, the way it sounds. And so all the public servants, the teachers, even some companies here—private companies—apply [these] rules in these organizations and companies and are threatening [people] to be terminated if they don’t go and get vaccinated. And so that is the order that we have been challenging.”

Attempting to sleuth out who exactly put the “must be vaccinated” language in the order, Napuat reasons:

“If you look at it from when the parliament talked about it, they said it was not going to be mandatory. The question is: Who wrote that policy for it to be mandatory after parliament? And, you know, in Vanuatu the thing is—it’s a bit funny—the World Health Organization has an office within the Ministry of Health premises. So we believe the World Health Organization is embedded into the Ministry of Health structure. That is why they dictate everything that is going on. Because Vanuatu is such a small place—like a village—we can almost see everything that is happening here. We know the people. We see what they are doing. Like if they talk about a policy and then suddenly it’s changed, we know it’s not from our leaders; it must be from the World Health Organization.”

As for a media check on the WHO’s influence on the Vanuatuan government the same problem presents itself as it does in the U.S., the U.K. et al. That is to say: the country’s media has been purchased. Although in the instance of Vanuatu, it seems the WHO has directly taken control of the means of communication.

“Even… most of the government’s media releases in front of cameras and on the radio—the World Health Organization sits there with them to talk to the people and we’re thinking the World Health Organization is supposed to be an adviser to us,” Napuat says. “This is a sovereign country. They cannot dictate what is happening in our policies. We either take their advice, or leave their advice. But the way they’re doing it is like—the government is saying one thing, but the actions are totally different. And with that, we know that WHO is running the show here.”

“WHO pays for a lot of advertising into the private media companies here and because it is a small place, if we say anything contrary to what the main message is, that has been instructed to them, obviously they would lose their advertising money…” Salong adds. “A few of our doctors who are trusted have been also co-opted by the agency; [the WHO’s] basically contracted them as private consultants to work for the ministry of health. So all of them have been spouting the same message that is given by WHO.”

Indeed, a brief search of “WHO Vanuatu” on YouTube turns up the video above as just one example of the WHO trying to “own the narrative” in the country.

“During the COVID-19 pandemic, misinformation and rumor can spread even more quickly than the virus itself,” the narrator says in the video. “In Vanuatu, WHO is working with the ministry of health to make sure that people have the facts.” The soft-spoken accented woman goes on to note that the Vanuatuan “ministry of health, WHO, and other partners are working to share information about COVID-19 through toll-free information lines, text messaging, social media, and TV. Teams are also on the ground talking to communities face to face.”

Along with coercing the public, ministry of health and WHO officials are also hiding the side effects of the “vaccines” according to the MPs.

“We wrote letters to the Ministry of Health and requested information on behalf of the people. And we know that the WHO, they have the information, and they control a lot of the information that is sitting within the ministry of health,” Salong says. The MP adds that:

“The simple thing for them to do [would’ve been to give] that information to us to give to our people because we represent the people. They never responded to any of our questions. They were hiding information. Like we asked for information relating to the side effects of the vaccines. We know they happened here and our people are willing to give us that information, but we know that there must have been an instruction from the WHO that they must not give out this information to us. We’re still asking for this information up until today. There’s no transparency with what they are doing or what is going on. They never gave us information that they were asking about the side effects and all these things; they never gave it to us.

“It’s been over two years already, why can’t you give us a report telling us the success of the vaccines?” Salong adds. “Because we didn’t have a virus [before them]. We wanted to actually know if the vaccines were helping the people. Because we were hearing from our communities that people were experiencing the side effects of the vaccines.”

“These aren’t really vaccines, they’re poisons that are going into people’s bodies. And we have many… an anecdote, but it’s not possible to get official information coming from the ministry of health. Because they also receive a lot of funding from the Global Fund, which is funding coming from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation,” Salong says. “[And] because of funding coming from official channels it’s been very difficult to get real information coming from the responsible departments and ministries of government. Because [WHO officials have] embedded themselves into our government agencies.”

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has indeed invested large sums of money into Vanuatu. More than $755,000 for “vector control programs” (e.g. malaria) alone. The organization has also funded research into “the spatial distribution” of the Vanuatuan population in order to estimate the “total number of people per grid-cell.” (The image above is from the research.)

“In Vanuatu we know which offices [WHO officials] occupy and we know what they’re doing,” Salong says. “And when we see the agenda that is being set up we can see what kinds of pieces of legislation are already in place… .” In terms of the WHO’s ability “to dominate the country,” Salong says “the elements are already in place…” adding that “we are just talking about the vaccination program, but [there] are the bits and pieces that are already there in terms of trying to take over people’s privacy; people’s information. Their property, and digital currency as well.”

Salong further outlines the dystopian future the WHO, ministry of health, and ministry of finance are trying to bring to fruition, noting that:

“Essentially with regards to personal information… now we’ve got national IDs that weren’t there before. And these IDs have QR codes, which basically are now preparing the people…so there was a time when we mandated everybody to have national IDs, if you didn’t have a national ID you wouldn’t get on a plane. So now basically everyone in Vanuatu’s got national IDs, which we didn’t have just, say, five years ago. And also our passports have been digitized so that we can track people with their passports. And we are now linking all of those back together so that we can have information from health… But the attempt was made to have vaccine cards, but they’re not exactly IDs per se yet, so the attempt has obviously not actually completed what was… the design. We also have processes in place to begin to have voting monitored using national IDs so they have set up systems to link to the geographical information system so you can track people in time, live, while they’re going to vote so you can see how many people are voting. How many people have not voted.”

Salong adds that “In terms of national IDs we are now basically set up. Because we are linking up all of the different databases that were there before so that everything can be monitored and controlled. In terms of currencies, and monies, we had…legislation passed last year [which] saw that instead of using cash we can now go to electronic money.” The MP adds that “The central bank digital currency legislation is not yet in place, but we assume that this will be coming on board soon…if this program continues.”

Looking forward, Salong and Napuat have a long, dangerous fight ahead of them. The MPs say the ministry of health and WHO are “coming around to boost now.” Nikkei Asia also reports Tokyo-based tech startup Soramitsu “will carry out tests to determine whether a national digital currency can be instituted” in Vanuatu, as well as three other Pacific island nations.

“We think we have a lot of stories to tell about what is going on. We’ve seen a lot of these things happening first-hand, we’re seeing it right before our eyes. And we know the people who are going around with this agenda,” Napuat says. “The quicker we fight, the better [it will be to] stop them from advancing their agenda even more.”

Feature image: Graham Crumb

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